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This Week

Wonder Woman's 100th Video Dive

PADI Underwater Cinematography student Grace reached her 100th dive this week - we thought that it would be fun to make the occasion special. Check out the outfit she got to wear and our fun little tribute movie!!

Congratulations Grace

from all at The Film Company

Funniest dive moments

This is one way of getting in the water, just so unfortunate that one of our PADI Pro Underwater Videographers was on hand to catch the moment!!!

We want to give our sincere thanks to the student from Ban's Diving Resort who was on a training course for allowing us to share this, but also for sharing so much fun around the office.

We love it

Underwater Video of a Turtle

Michelle Gilham, took this shot. She says "the most beautiful turtle I have ever seen. Really clean shell, two ramora's on it as it glides through the water with absolute ease. If you swing around underneath the turtle but keep the sunlight out of shot until the last second you can prolong your shot and end it with the turtle surfacing  towards the sunlight. Turtles swim so slowly you have no need to rush and will be absolutely open-mouthed at how beautiful and relaxed they are. One of my favourite ever underwtaer video shots.

Michelle has been trained on the PADI Pro Underwater Videography Course

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Shot of the Week - Jellyfish at Twins Peaks - Chelle

Common for this time of year, jellyfish brought in by the tides, some finishing their life cycle, are drawn to the bottom of the sea and the fish life in the jellyfish remain until the remains are eaten by other predators and they have to find a new home.

I have used Macro in this shot to high-light the fish within the jellyfish and the jellyfish itself is split-screened below to show how the jellyfish is caught on the sea bed.

Michelle Gilham