On September 21-23, during the Photokina 2010 Fair, Epson Red Sea carried out live underwater broadcasts in full HD from bottom of the Red Sea in Eilat, Israel, straight to the Photokina Fair in Cologne, Germany. It was a very complicated project to establish, requiring …
A manta ray filming session during a night dive in Kona, Hawaii, quickly turned into the theft of the century. Cameraman Travis Matteson was filming, while suddenly, one of the manta’s giant wings hooked his $5,000 worth camera system. Fortunately for the underwater photographer, his camera …
This amazing footage has been shot by Arvil Price while cage diving in Guadalupe, Mexico. A female great white shark began chomping on his cage. It’s possible to feel the adrenaline that was in the water at the moment of the dive.
Scientist Mark Norman is the first to have studied the octopus and he has called it the Mimic Octopus. It was first observed by fishermen in Indonesia in the early nineties. Mark Norman is expaining here a few facts about the most intelligent octopus.
For the BBC, Sir David Attenborough looks into the reasons why sharks are among the most successful predators in the oceans and on the planet at all.
Tiger Shark catches underwater photographer’s video camera while it is filming. Filmed By Stuart Cove and his team. Still photography by Stephen Frink.
An amazing “must see” movie clip by Blue Planet, on coral spawning. Shows nicely and live how coral reefs are created.