Members in Media
Many of our members here at Wetpixel are frequently published in various magazines and other media worldwide. A great place to see where our images are being shown is the Members in Media forum area! For example, just this month (in addition to Ellen Muller’s INON Feature Artist award and Alex Mustard’s RobGalbraith interview), Kasey Canton published a wonderful article in Fathoms Magazine, Jack Connick was featured on Divester, and Kimberly and Karl Dietz are showing 30 prints in the International Photography Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Ellen Muller, INON Feature Artist
Long-time Wetpixel member Ellen Muller (ellenm) is this month’s INON Feature Artist. When I think of Inon products the first thing that comes to mind is reliability. My Inon UCL-165M67 close-up lens goes with me on every dive. I am using an Inon D180 strobe and am extremely pleased with the results. Living on the island of Bonaire, and diving almost daily, all of my photographic equipment gets a good workout and durability is a must. Inon delivers with top quality.
Dr. Alex Mustard featured on Rob Galbraith
Wetpixel co-administrator Dr. Alex Mustard has been interviewed on Rob Galbraith DPI: “Born and raised in the United Kingdom, Mustard, now 30, began taking pictures underwater before he was in his teens, hoping to show his family, who were mostly indifferent to the sea, the amazingly cool stuff he was discovering in the water. He even tried to take a camera on his scuba certification dive, which he made when he was fourteen, but this plan was rejected as a bit presumptuous…”
Subtronic introduces strobe-arm battery
Subtronic strobes have non user interchangeable built-in batteries so far. Now, Subtronic introduces a new battery design, allowing the user to disconnect the battery for travel and to exchange batteries between dives. The concept is different from common strobe designs as the battery will come in shape of a strobe arm segment. A new S4 type plug system connects battery and strobe head…
When To Jump
One of the biggest hurdles facing the aspiring digital photographer is knowing which of the plethora of cameras to choose and when to get it. Digideep.com, a website dedicated to providing an overview of the digital underwater photography market, lists 773 different digital cameras and 483 digital camera housings! It is a confusing and intimidating ocean of choice. The selection problem is compounded when the new photographer then discovers that the camera they have been tirelessly researching is about to be replaced. Suddenly they are faced with the conundrum of waiting for the new model or buying the current one. And whenever you decide to look, there is always the promise of a new model just round the corner…
Ikelite announces DS200 Substrobe
The venerable Substrobe 200 now has the newest IC chips and IGBT circuitry allowing this ultra wide and ultra powerful strobe to be compatible with current digital cameras and any TTL circuitry included in our housings. State-of-the-art electronics provide a blazing 200 watt seconds of power recycling in an incredible 1.6 seconds…
HD Odyssey high-definition video expedition
Curious about High Definition Video? Join Connor Kirsch of Light & Motion and Sy Harris of Backscatter on an unforgettable trip aboard the Nautilus Explorer. In addition to housing demos and instructional seminars, HD Odyssey participants will receive a special discount on Light & Motion HD travel packages from Backscatter Underwater Video and Photo. This is the perfect opportunity to experience the thrill of HD while diving in Guadalupe’s legendary, shark-filled waters. Come join this fun and educational event.
SHOOTUNDERWATER.COM Digital Pro Seminars
Tim Rock, Chris Bangs, and Wetpixel moderator Mike Veitch are running two digital photography seminars in Yap and Bali in 2006. The Yap seminar focuses on photographing manta rays (July 12-19), and the Bali seminar focuses on macro photography (October 8-14).
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- How to make money as a travel photographer in 2015 (via )
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- NG photo of the day by Brian Skerry (via )
- Light wants to put 52 megapixel cameras in smartphones (via )
- Oceana sues NMFS over sea turtle deaths from shrimping nets (via )
- Fuji announces weather resistant 16mm XF 1.4 lens (via )