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Peter Bucknell , Video Producer

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  1. The Haloclines of Xunaan Ha

    The beautiful Haloclines found in Mexico's Xunaan Ha cenote are breathtaking:

    Here's the link if that didn't play:
  2. GoPro Workshop at Beneath the Sea: register now

    Hi everyone. If you are New Jersey or NYC based, there are a few spots left in the Workshops at Beneath the Sea.
    More info here: Workshops

    Reserve your spot asap. It's coming up soon.

    Look for workshops 9 and 18 on the BTS page
    Purchase link: Purchase Tickets

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  3. Do's and Don'ts on the GoPro : Free Download of Xray Magazine

    Excerpt: The whole article starts on page 86 of Xray magazine.
    Click on the link below to download the magazine for free

    Good diver behavior and etiquette seems to have gone out the window lately with the proliferation of the GoPro. The tendency for a new videographer is to concentrate on the wrong things, or to have their priorities backwards. Safety should always be the first consideration. If a diver does not know how much gas they have, their depth or what is happening around ...
  4. Tips and Tools for the GoPro: an article for B&H

    The GoPro is a point-and-shoot camera, but for divers in particular, results can vary drastically depending on who is pointing and shooting, and what other gear is involved. Divers need to remember that the more water light must pass through, the more color is stripped away, starting with the reds, followed by the other colors of the rainbow. This results in footage with a very blue or green cast. Easily remedied with the purchase of a filter and a video light or two, the resulting ...
  5. It's hard work filming in caves : Cave Diving Mexico, part 2 Mayan Blue

    It's hard work filming in caves if you want the film to be interesting with a variety of shots.
    To avoid making one of those videos that just has the guy's fins in front of you, you have to swim around a lot and be creative. And then there's lighting......

    Blog Post: Toimes.com
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