Info on scuba diving talks to Joe Ganahl the President of Intova – a POV camera, underwater lighting and accessory company based in Hawaii to learn more about the company and its products.
Bikini Atoll has always been at the top of every wreck divers dream destination. And for good reason too! Nowhere else on earth will you get a more condensed area of Battleships, Aircraft Carriers, Destroyers and Submarines from two world wars.
Come and join us for a one off evening with Pete Mesley (all the way from NZ) who will be sharing intriguing stories, amazing images and never before seen video footage of deep inside the USS Saratoga. So if you have a “Lust for Rust” do not miss this unique event!
This is an HD version of the talk given on the 29th September, 2014 at Bury Golf Club in the UK.
Hosted by Divelife a premier authorised scuba equipment retailer in the UK and presented by Info on scuba diving this is a must see event for anyone interested in WWII wrecks.
Pete regularly leads expeditions to Bikini. For more information visit his website Lust4rust
In this short follow on tutorial from correcting colour in underwater video, we take an image provided by Thomas Parish, a viewer of this channel, of a turtle on a reef and repair the blown out section of the image using the content aware feature in Adobe Photoshop CS6 – this feature has been available since CS5.
In this video we look at two sample clips shot underwater, one in green water and the other blue water.
Using Adobe Photoshop CS5.5 we see two ways of correcting the colours and compare the before and after treatment clips.
The principles used to correct the video clips can also be applied to still images.
Photoshop is an Adobe product and available as a stand alone product or bundled with other programmes such as After Effects – for information go to Adobes website
Info on scuba diving meets with Laurent Bêche, an award winning underwater French photographer, living on the Island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean.
Laurent tells us how he started taking photographs underwater and shows us his book “Réunion de couleurs sous marines” Below are some sample images from his book.
Our thanks to Laurent for permission to use his photographs on our website.
To buy Laurents book, visit his website http://laurentbeche.free.fr/