Diving in God’s Pocket is still the most amazing cold water diving! Visiting in March is a chilly adventure for sure, but picturesque and soothing for the soul.
Check out Joel’s video with aerial images and underwater footage. We had sunshine almost every day, which is not the norm, but showcases the stunning beauty of the area.
Here are some of Jen’s underwater still images, showing the highlights of the dive trip.
This place is really very special, with a limited number of divers experiencing these rich emerald waters each year. We can’t wait to go back in 2020!
God’s Pocket Resort, we’ll see you again!
There is no better way to ring in the new year than scuba diving in the Revillagigedo Islands! We had the good fortune to do so aboard the Solmar V where we always experience amazing diving and fabulous hospitality. Check out some of Jen’s underwater images from this trip here.
Turtles, turtles and more! Just back from a week of scuba diving in Little Cayman where every dive was filled with exciting marine encounters. Not only did we see numerous turtles, but also nurse sharks, Nassau grouper, Southern stingrays, lobsters and schooling fish everywhere! Check out the gallery of some highlights!
Longtime client Lembeh Resort wanted a new look for their print marketing and web presence to reflect the recent renovations completed at the dive resort. Newmediasoup designed the new logo which elegantly communicates their strong commitment to the ocean and land. We also designed and developed their new, modern website. For more information regarding our logo design and/or web design and development services, contact email@example.com
For underwater image-makers, Little Cayman provides the perfect setting for wide-angle shooting with its far-as-the-eye-can-see visibility, healthy walls and reefs and friendly marine subjects. Using a circular fisheye lens gives the viewer an ultra-wide perspective of 180 degrees, a fun and different way to view the underwater world.
Jennifer Penner recently wrote a short article, accompanied by wide-angle images, sharing her and Joel’s experience visiting and photographing Raja Ampat, Indonesia for the very first time. Read about their trip, and why they can’t wait to return to this lush and vibrant marine biodiverse place!
Pointing your GoPro at underwater subjects can make for great video, as long as the subjects are large and at least 12″ from the camera. But what about all the tiny inhabitants in the undersea world, how can you portray them in your videos? Our latest article for Dive Photo Guide shares our tips for incorporating macro subjects into your HD moving pictures with sharp focus and pro color.
Just about everyone owns a GoPro, especially scuba divers. More than any other camera model, these small, high definition action cams are underwater and above water, recording the adventures of people world-wide. However, unless you have been shooting underwater for awhile, or know a competent underwater shooter who’ll guide you on what you need to do to get good underwater color, these cameras, without color-correction filters, will provide video and stills that are monochromatic… all blue or all green. While it’s cool to alot of people just to see what goes on underwater, it’s way cooler to see the actual colors of the reefs and the marine and plant life that inhabit them.
In the third article of this series on Dive Photo Guide, we show you the differences between footage without color-correction and with color-correction, and the accessories you’ll need to get amazing underwater color with YOUR GoPro camera.