"Slow" marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives. These animals are actually very mobile creatures. However their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen. bioqueststudios.com.au Don't forget to check out our new video with updated technology: vimeo.com/220289475 Make sure you watch the video on a large screen. This clip is displayed in Full HD, yet the source footage (or the whole clip), is available in UltraHD 4k resolution for media productions. The answer to a common question: yes, colors are "real" and not exaggerated by digital enhancement. We have only applied basic white balance correction. However, we used specialized lights to mimic the underwater ambient spectrum. When photographers use white light (artificial spectrum) on corals,...
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As some of you might know, since more than 10 years I contribute my skills, knowledge and experience to several Non Profit projects aimed at bettering our Oceans and the professionals roaming them.
1. DIVE PROFESSIONALS - THEDIVEPROFESSIONAL: 2007 - Present
This project is aimed at uniting professional divers worldwide. A network of 30,000 + professionals and growing daily.
More information: www.dive-professionals.org
2. GOBLU3 - THE OC3AN CLUB - OASF: Aimed at recreating a lost bond with the Oceans for the wider consumer. Where education, exploration and conservation go hand in hand. www.oceanroamers.biz
Most investments and supporting work are done by myself, including the financing and maintaining of the websites supporting these projects.
But here's the springing point, I need your help in continuing my work.
As we go off the drawing table and live with some projects. Requiring special tools and now also again major updates to our websites...requires $
So thanks for reading my message and contemplating supporting my work by donating to my PayPal account for the benefit of the Oceans and Professional Divers worldwide.
Your OCEANROAMERS - THEOCEANROAMER aka DIVE PROFESSIONALS
#Plastic is one of the most enduring materials we make; it takes an estimated 500 to 1,000 years for it to #degrade, but 50 percent of the plastic we produce is used once and then thrown away. Eight million tons of plastic ends up in the #ocean every year. #oceandebris #plasticpollution #sustainability #goblu3
Facts like this are plentiful, but you get the idea. So, a call to arms. Here are some very easy things to give up in order to curb your contribution to the problem.