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News - August 2012

Please send items for the News to Brian Pitkin

July 2012
Coming Soon
News Archive


A Minute Beneath UK Waves by Jo Horrocks
Cameras Underwater sponsor BSoUP Competition
Cairns Underwater Film Festival - Results
2012 Wildlife Photographer of the Year - Slideshow
Powerlympics - Sun Supplement Cover shot
EMUP - September Meeting
Nature's Best Photographer 2012
Ocean Views 2012 Competition
Website of the Week - JP Trenque
Nauticam Camera Equipment Day
Royal Geographical Society Exhibition
Travel Photographer of the Year
Zacuto releases part 3 of their 2012 shootout
NCUPS - Monterey Shoot Out 2012
BSoUP / DIVER Print Competition 2012
Basking Sharks 2012 by Charles Hood
Focus On Conservation - Results
Panasonic releases the AG-AC90 AVCCAM

Website of the Week - Ken Sullivan
BSoUP August Meeting
Olympus OM-D EM-5 Review by Rob Spray
A Taste of Underwater Bali by Jo Horrocks
Amazing Diving Stories by John Bantin
Website of the Week - Richard Smith
Histograms Uncovered by Keith Lyall
South Africa with Gavin Parsons
Sony NEX-FS100 NXcam
World Shoot Out Starts Today
Website of the Week - Graham Smith
Cairns U/W Film and Photo Competition 2012
San Diego UnderSea Film Exhibition
2020VISION - The book


A Minute Beneath UK Waves by Jo Horrocks
A Minute Beneath UK Waves © Jo Horrocks

A Minute Beneath UK Waves by Jo Horrocks

BSoUP Member Jo Horrocks has posted a short video entitled 'A Minute Beneath UK Waves' on YouTube.

The video is a fast paced glimpse at the variety of marine life that can be found around the UK coast, from barnacles to basking sharks.

The video was shown at BSoUP earlier this year.

To view the video please visit www.youtube.com/


Cameras Underwater sponsor BSoUP Competition

Deadline: 19th September 2012

BSoUP are delighted to announce that Cameras Underwater have generously agreed to sponsor this year's BSoUP/DIVER Print Competition again by donating a voucher for the winner of the Overseas category (non-advanced).

Print entries are invited from all underwater photographers in BSoUP's annual competition. The best 80 entries will be displayed at the DIVE Show held at the NEC Birmingham over the weekend of 27th - 28th October, 2012 and the public invited to vote for their favourites.

Further details

BSoUP / DIVER Primt Competition 2012
BSOUP / DIVER Print Competition 2012

Image: A cropped version of Nick Blake's
Overseas print 2011

Cairns Underwater Film Festival
Cairns Underwater Film Festival - Winners and Runners-up

Cairns Underwater Film Festival - Results

The winners and runners-up in this year's Cairns Underwater Festival have been annoiunced.

Congratulations to BSoUP Member Jacqui Campbell, who was the winner of the Boards Choice and Runner-up in the Compact Wide category with images of turtles (left).

Jacqui won a 5 night Layang Layang dive trip and a Passions of Paradise trip for 2.

To view a slideshow of the winning and runners-up please visit www.cairnsunderwaterfilmfestival.com


2012 Wildlife Photographer of the Year - Slideshow

The Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year (WPOTY) competition has published a slideshow of 50 commended and specially commended images.

The winners will be announced on 17 October 2012 at the awards ceremony and an exhibition of the images opens to the public at the Natural History Museum on 19 October.

Now in its 48th year, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is an international showcase for the very best nature photography. The competition is owned by two UK institutions that pride themselves on revealing and championing the diversity of life on Earth - the Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide.

Being accepted into this competition is something to which wildlife photographers across the world aspire. Each year, tens of thousands of entries are received and judged by an international jury of photography experts.

Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year


Powerlympics. Image: Nick Robertson-Brown
Powerlympics. Image: Nick Robertson-Brown

Powerlympics - Sun Supplement Cover shot

BSoUP Member Nick Robertson-Brown recently took a shot of 3 paralympic competitors in the Manchester Aquatics Centre. The image is on the front cover of today's The Sun paralympic supplement (Wednesday 29 August)!

Nick, who gave a talk on the challenge of competing and progressing in the BIPP at BSoUP's April meeting is in the process of moving house. Temporarily without access to scanners and printers, Nick took the image of the Sun's Supplement Cover (left) using a mobile phone!

To learn more about Nick and to see some of his images please visit www.frogfishphotography.com/


EMUP - September Meeting

The next meeting of the East Midlands Underwater Photographers will be on Tuesday September 4th August 2012 at the usual venue - downstairs in Nemo's Bar, at Stoney Cove at 7:30 sharp. All pub facilities will be open so refreshments will be on hand.

Plymouth Splash-in review

Competition: First Dive - Show us the best 2 shots or your favourite 2 shots from the first dive you made with you digital underwater camera. It has to be from the first dive!

East Midlands Underwater Photographers
East Midlands Underwater Photographers

Ocean Views 2012
Nature's Best Photographer 2012

Nature's Best Photographer 2012

Deadline 30th November, 2012

The editors of Nature's Best Photographer, Alert Diver magazine, and Wetpixel combine print and multimedia to invite all photographers to enter the 2012 Ocean Views Photography Awards.

Through sharing your passion for the ocean, we hope to inspire a global audience to learn about and protect this fragile realm. There are no specific categories as we want to encourage a diverse variety of entries that depict life below, above, and around the ever-changing ocean surface. Simply gather your best shots and enter through the Ocean Views website.

Contest entries will be judged on technical quality, composition, originality, and artistic merit. Professional photographers, Amateurs, and Youths (under 18) are all welcome to enter. For full details please visit the Ocean Views website to enter your favorite ocean adventures today!


Website of the Week - JP Trenque

'Born in France, I learnt to dive in 1980 to follow my father's footsteps.

After moving to the UK in 1994, I became a diving instructor and spent my holidays teaching people to dive. I also developed an interest in underwater videography, which I thought would be a great tool to share my passion of the underwater environment and would allow me to show non divers how beautiful and fragile coral reefs are.

Soon, I realised that, although I could obtain some decent footage, I often struggled to put it together into an interesting story. So I switched to still underwater photography in 2003 with a Nikon D100 and started attending BSoUP meetings on a regular basis. Listening to speakers such as Linda Dunk, Linda Pitkin and Alex Mustard offered a major source of inspiration.

JP Trenque
JP Trenque

Previously Chairman and current Committee Member of BSoUP, I spend much of my spare time taking photos underwater, either in the UK or abroad. Working as a volunteer RNLI helmsman on the Thames has also given me access to new photographic opportunities, which I hope to explore further in the future.

To learn more about JP and to see some of his images please visit www.jptrenque.com/


Underwater Visions
Nauticam UK / Underwater Visions

Nauticam Camera Equipment Day

Saturday-Sunday, 22-23 September 2012

Welsh inland diving site, the National Diving & Activity Center (NDAC) at Chepstow, UK is hosting a Nauticam demonstration weekend over 22 and 23 September, 2012.

Nauticam UK / Underwater Visions will be in attendance along with a selection of Nauticam's DSLR, EVIL and compact camera housings.

The NDAC is located close to the M4 and M5 interchange, on the Welsh side of the old Severn bridge (see map).


Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Exhibition

The winning images from Travel Photograper of the Year Competition 2011 will be exhibited at the Royal Geographical Society (RGS-IBG) in London from 22nd June to 2nd September 2012 so will run throughout the Olympic Games. The Society gallery is situated close to Hyde Park on the newly pedestrianised Exhibition Road, adjacent to the Science, Victoria & Albert and Natural History museums. It will provide a fabulous, high profile international showcase for the winning photographers.

These images will then form part of a new TPOTY international touring exhibition and appear alongside some amazing and iconic imagery from the early days of travel photography from the RGS-IBG archive. Read more...

RGS
Image © Franco Banfi

Travel Photographer of the Year
Travel Photographer of the Year

Travel Photographer of the Year

Deadline: September 17th 2012

Why not enter TPOTY 2012?  You can enter online, or submit prints and this year we even have an HD video category, so if you prefer to take moving, rather than still images, there's now a TPOTY category for you.  The winning images will be displayed at the Royal Geographic Society in London in 2013 and published in 'Journey Five' the next book from Travel Photographer of the Year.  And, of course, there are some highly desirable prizes.

For categories and prizes please visit www.tpoty.com/

To enter please visit www.tpoty.com


Zacuto releases part 3 of their 2012 shootout

Zacuto has released the third and final part of their 2012 Shootout. The first two parts have consisted of blind trials of the cameras, whereas the third, entitled "Revenge of the Great Camera Shootout 2012 : Pixel Peepers," features direct comparisons of the nine cameras on test:

"We put each of the nine cameras through three different shots with the same rigorous lighting designed by Bruce Logan, ASC. We'll give you glimpses of the RAW ungraded footage side-by-side with the graded, to show you what each camera is natively capable of. You'll also see two brand new shots that better illustrate the differences between each camera. We'll also give you a comparison between the original lighting and how each DP changed their shot for their creative version."

Adam Hanlon, wetpixel

Zacuto
Zacuto releases part 3 of their 2012 shootout


Monterey Shoot-Out
NCUPS - Monterey Shoot Out 2012

NCUPS - Monterey Shoot Out 2012

'NCUPS, the Northern California Underwater Photographic Society, teamed up again with Backscatter Underwater Video & Photo to present this year's Monterey Shootout. 60 cold-water divers descended into the Monterey and Carmel area waters via shore and boat during a 24+ hour period, to capture competition entering stills and video.'

'The event was kicked off with Friday morning seminars, geared toward the underwater shooter just getting started. Jim Decker discussed 'Getting the most of your camera', while Mary Lynn Price covered 'Introduction to video workflow'. Friday evening's cocktail reception, hosted by Backscatter, welcomed participants, their significant others and area locals for a fun evening of libations, snacks and camaraderie.'

Read more ...


BSoUP / DIVER Print Competition 2012

Deadline: 19th September 2012

This year we have again teamed up with DIVER Magazine and The Wildlife Trusts to stage this major competition.

Print entries are invited from all underwater photographers in BSoUP's annual competition. The best 80 entries will be displayed at the DIVE Show held at the NEC Birmingham over the weekend of 27th - 28th October, 2012 and the public invited to vote for their favourites.

There are four categories in the Print Competition: British and Irish, Overseas, Advanced British and Irish and Advanced Overseas

All prints entered in all categories will be eligible for the Grand Prize - 1 free place including flights, transfers, 7 night full board in a Madyafa guest House at Marsa Nakari and 5 days unlimited diving courtesy of Oonasdivers. The best of show will be selected by an independent panel of judges.

BSoUP / DIVER Primt Competition 2012
BSOUP / DIVER Print Competition 2012

Image: A cropped version of Nick Blake's
Overseas print 2011

We are delighted to announce the winning British and Irish Print will receive the Calumet Photographic trophy and a £250 voucher to spend at Calumet Photographic. Wiley Nautical have kindly donated copies of John Bantin's book 'Amazing Diving Stories' and Mark Webster has kindly donated copies of his book 'Beneath Cornish Seas'. Other prizes will be announced once confirmed.

Please read the Rules and print out the entry form before submitting your prints.


Basking Sharks - Land's End

Basking Sharks - Land's End - 2012

BSoUP Member Charles Hood has posted a short compilation of video clips of basking sharks which he shot whilst testing a video mask.

All the images were shot on one day this month.

Charles said 'Sharks are still around but the weather is poor - will update if I am running any trips with realistic chances over the next few weeks'. Visit his website at www.charleshood.com/ for details of his charters.


Focus On Conservation - Results

Congratulations to Shafraz Naeem who was the winner of this month's Focus On Competition with and image of a shark trapped in a net in the Maldives.

Congratulations also to Dave Peake and Nick Robertson-Brown who came second and third respectively.

There was a tie for fourth place between JP Trenque and Caroline Robertson-Brown. and Anthony Holley came sixth.

There were a total of 16 entries.

Sharaz Naeem
1st © Shafraz Naeem
Dave Peake
2nd © Dave Peake

How the top six scored:-

Position Photographer Points Firsts
1 Shafraz Naeem 77 18
2 Dave Peake 32 4
3 Nick Robertson-Brown 22 3
4= JP Trenque 20 3
4= Caroline Robertson-Brown 20 3
6 Anthony Holley 16 2

BSoUP Members only may view all of the entries in the Competition slideshow, but you will be asked to login if you haven't already done so this session.

If you were not one of the top six and would like to know how you scored, please contact Brian Pitkin.

Next month's Focus On competition, which is open to BSoUP Members only, is Underwater Excellence, a set of 3 images. The Competition will open shortly. Please read the revised Rules. The deadline is 9th September.

Note: landscape format images must be 1400 pixels wide and portrait images must be 1050 high. Any smaller and images will look less sharp when projected.

Nick Robertson-Brown
3rd © Nick Roberston-Brown

Panasonic AG-AC90 AVCCAM
Panasonic AG-AC90 AVCCAM

Panasonic releases the AG-AC90 AVCCAM

Panasonic UK has announced the release of the AG-AC90 memory card AVCCAM. Designed for professional use, the camera has three 3MOS sensors with an effective pixel count of 2,190,000 pixels, which the manufacturer claims will give it superior definition and color reproduction even in low light. It has three manual control rings on the lens for focus, iris and zoom, will shots 1080/60i(50i) or 60p(50p) and records to dual SD card slots.

The AG-AC90 will be available from October at a UK retail price £1800 ($2,217.82).

Adam Hanlon, wetpixel


Website of the Week - Ken Sullivan

Ken has been diving for over forty five years after a friend encouraged him to join the Stevenage Sub-aqua Club in 1964, and it was almost twenty years before he took a camera underwater. Whether it was his desire to show the family where he had been all weekend, or an increasing interest in his underwater surroundings he is not sure.

Then, in the early eighties, he bought a Nikonos III on a business trip to Hong Kong and he was hooked.

Since the early years of designing, building and customising underwater camera kit, Ken is still absorbed by this activity to this day.

To read more about Ken and see some of his images please visit www.kensunderwaterphotography.com/

Ken Sullivan
Ken Sullivan


Colin Doeg
Colin Doeg

BSoUP - August Meeting

The next BSoUP meeting takes place on Wednesday, 15 August 2012 at 7.30 for 8.00 p.m. at our usual venue the Holland Club, Imperial College, South Kensington, London, SW7 5BD.  New and prospective new members will be welcomed from 7.30 p.m. See Welcome.

Colin Doeg: Getting Published

Many photographers dream of seeing their work in print. BSoUP co-founder Colin Doeg, who over the years has seen his work appear in many national newspapers and magazines, will describe the current market situation and opportunities. Earlier in the year he spoke about photography web sites that he found both interesting and useful.

Focus On - Conservation
The competition is now closed. There were a total of 16 entries. BSoUP Members may view all the entries on the BSoUP website (http://www.bsoup.org). You will be prompted to log in if you have not already done so this session.

Paul Duxfield: Camera formats, technology and the future - where are we heading? 

Paul will discuss the various camera types now available and their stringths and weaknesses, and opine on what he thinks the best options are to get the images you want, now and in the future. Paulï's opinions may invite some debate, so come along and be prepared to offer your own opinions!

Paul Duxfield (Duxy) is Sales Manager and Uber Geek at Ocean Leisure Cameras and Guru at Deepshots (well, thatï's what his Linked in page says!).  He regularly gives talks and advice to dive clubs and their members about how to choose and use underwater photographic equipment. He has written for DIVE and the wider photographic press, and is currently writing a column for Sport Diver. He runs several trips and liveaboard workshops around the world's popular diving destinations each year, teaching everyone from first time newbies to those looking to get the best from a new system. He is also chief lion tamer at a Facebook Group called Dux Soup, which is not just underwater focussed, where he and various others from the world of underwater photography and beyond take a light hearted look at all things photographic.

Paul Duxfield
Paul Duxfield


Olympus OM-D EM5
Olympus OM-D EM5

Olympus OM-D EM-5 Review by Rob Spray

Rob says 'The evolution of the mirrorless camera has driven a coach and horses through a market which was getting too comfortable and complacent. Before they arrived compacts were stagnating and SLRs getting ever larger. Now the middle ground is where some of the fastest, fiercest development is taking place and new ideas are coming from thick and fast. Whether you buy into it thereï's no denying every vendor has had to raise their game, benefiting us all.'


A Taste of Underwater Bali by Jo Horrocks

BSoUP member Jo Horrocks has posted a new video on YouTube

It features footage from a trip to Bali in October 2011. Jo said 'We stayed at Scuba Seraya in the Tulamben region of Bali, diving on the Liberty wreck and sites in the local area. There were plenty of macro subjects to film, cleaning stations to observe and a troop of bumphead parrot fish patrolling the Liberty wreck'.

The video lasts 9:38 mins and features some wonderful behavioural sequences.

A taste of Underwater Balie by Jo Horrocks
A Taste of Underwater Bali © Jo Horrocks


Amazing Diving Stories by John Bantin Incredible Tales from Deep Beneath the Sea
Amazing Diving Stories
Incredible Tales from Deep Beneath the Sea
by John Bantin

Amazing Diving Stories by John Bantin'Exciting diving stories from all over the world complemented by a selection of stunning colour photographs. '

'This hardback collection of thrilling stories makes for compelling reading for all divers. There's everything from classic tales of wreck discoveries to encounters with beautiful and bizarre creatures beneath the waves. There are stories of death and disaster as well as bravery and triumph.' UK resident BSoUP Members may purchase the book at 20% discount and free postage, please login into the BSoUP website and select 'Amazing Diving Stories' from the Members Menu - offer expires 30th September 2012Others please visit www.wileynautical.com/

For this and other books please visit Books


Website of the Week - Richard Smith

Richard Smith combines an in-depth academic knowledge of the marine environment with a unique skill for capturing stunning images. The result is a wide and varied portfolio documenting this seldom-seen habitat.

Richard has written dozens of articles published internationally with a primary focus on conservation, marine life and scuba related travel, for magazines including: Sport Diving (Australia), Alert Diver (USA), Asian Diver (Singapore), Sport Diver (UK), Dive Chronicles (USA), FiNS (Singapore), Marine Conservation Society (UK) Outdoor Adventure (UK), 72 & Rising (Online) and has contributed images to Rough Guides Books and the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Richard also supports conservation initiatives such as ARKive, The Zoological Society of London and EDGE of Existence (Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered) with images.

To see some of Richard's images please visit http://www.oceanrealmimages.com/

Richard Smith
Richard Smith


Histograms Uncovered by Keith Lyall

Histograms Uncovered by Keith Lyall

For members who missed the June BSoUP meeting (or need a reminder) Keith has prepared a pdf document of his workshop 'Histograms Uncovered'.

The document is available to BSoUP Members only via Meetings Documents. You will be required to login if you have not already done so this session.

Keith has been diving since 2000 and taking pictures for a ï'similar period, initially using Olympus compacts, but now shooting with a Nikon D300 dSLR or a Canon S90 compact. You can see some of Keith's work on his website.


South Africa with Gavin Parsons

Sharks through a lens

Underwater photojournalist Gavin Parsons is running a special photographic trip to South Africa in April 2013. 

The trip will travel through South Africa stopping off at the likes of Sodwana Bay and Aliwal shoal to photograph tiger and ragged tooth sharks (as well as the macro life of Sodwana bay) plus head inland to try and photograph the rare black Rhino and African elephants. 

Theres also the opportunity to extend the trip by a few days and go down to Cape Town and dive with Seven Gill sharks and Cape fur seals as well as a Great White Shark cage experience. 

 

 

 

Gavin Parsons
Ragged tooth shark © Gavin Parsons

Gavin Parsons and Sigit
Gavin Parsons and Sigit

This special trip will be full of exciting photographic opportunities plus photographic workshops, photo critique sessions and a couple of talks from the renowned Diver and Sport Diver Photojournalist. 

Gavin doesn't run many trips, but has selected South Africa as a place to open his arms wide and let you into his photographic world. 

South Africa is such a fantastic country, Gavin says. Its a place where both land a Sea come together perfectly to create a wilderness adventure that will have every photographer salivating.

If you are looking to improve your underwater and or land wildlife photography, Gavin can help. He is accomplished both above and below the water with a string of accolades behind him. He is a regular contributor to Diver and BBC Wildlife magazines and has been published in advertisements, books and magazines across the world. 

Whatever your skill level, Gavin will be able to help and guide you.


Sony NEX-FS100 NXcam

David Cheung of Scubacam, Singapore has posted images of and comments about Amphibico's new Genesis housing for the the Sony NEX-FS100 NXcam in the wetpixel forum. The new housing the familiar Amphibico electronic control grips with their standard large buttons as found in Phenom and EX3.

It would seem likely that the housing will share common features with an upcoming housing for the Sony FS700 and the Rouge housing for the RED Scarlet X and Epic cameras. Within the thread, It is interesting to note that Amphibico also has plans to produce a housing for the Atomos Ninja II recorder/monitor.

Adam Hanlon, wetpixel

Sony NEX-FS100 NXcam
Sony NEX-FS100 NXcam


Wordl Shoot Out
World Shoot Out

World Shoot Out Starts Today

Real Time shoot Out

Participate in a global real-time underwater photo shoot out by diving anywhere in the world you wish during August. First prize $5,000. Competition registration can still be carried out if you do so today - August 31st, 2012.

Images of the World

Submit your best underwater images and video clips taken anytime and anywhere in the world. First prize $3,000. Register now.


Cairns U/W Film and Photo Competition 2012

Deadline: 25th July, 2012

The 2012 Cairns Underwater Film and Photo Competition is now calling for entries. The competition, part of the Cairns Underwater Festival, features entry categories including: Wide-angle nature, macro, diver in harmony with the reef, creative, young photographer, compact wide-angle and compact macro. In addition, there is an entry category for short films. The festival is volunteer-run and donates the proceeds of the vent to local environmental charities.

For full details please see the Cairns Underwater Film Festival site and the deadline for entries is 25th July 2012.

Cairns Underwater Film and Photo Competition 2012
Cairns Underwater Film and Photo Competition 2012


San Diego Undersea Film Festival
San Diego Undersea Film Festival

San Diego UnderSea Film Exhibition

Deadline: 27th July, 2012

The 2012 San Diego UnderSea Film Exhibition, will be held at Qualcomm Hall on Friday and Saturday evenings, October 5th and 6th.

Utilizing a state of the art digital projection system, this event will showcase short videos by some of the best underwater shooters around the world. A different program will be presented each evening beginning at 7:00 pm.

Each evening will feature up to sixteen videos, limited to a fast-paced five minutes. This exhibition is unique in that there are no entry fees and no prizes except for the prestige of having a film shown. An independent panel of judges will select the films to be shown.

UFEX is incorporated as a nonprofit organization. A portion of the proceeds will go to Birch Aquarium at Scripps.


Website of the Week - Graham Smith

'My galleries contain photographs I've taken in the warm, crystal clear waters of the Cayman Islands in the British West Indies. Scuba diving brought me and my wife Patricia here some 9 years ago and we now spend several months each year in our home just off the famous Seven Mile Beach.''My first instruction was from Martin Edge on one of his Bournemouth, England, weekend courses. At his encouragement I joined the British Society of Underwater Photographers (BSoUP) and can recommend their website (find it on 'Links'). Sessions with the world famous Cathy Church in Grand Cayman followed. Equipment-wise I started with the Nikonos V system and in 2004 moved on to the Nikon D100 in a Subal housing to produce digital images.''If you can't join me on a dive, I hope you enjoy my photography. If you want to contact me, please do; I'll be pleased to hear from you.'

GrahamSmith
Graham Smith

2020VISION - The Book
2020VISION - The book

2020VISION - The book

Available from 1st August 2012

Hardback, 272 pages
£25 Includes free standard P&P.

Includes stunning images by all 2020VISION photographers, including BSoUP Members Alex Mustard and Linda Pitkin.

Available from the AA Shop from 1st August

2020VISION is an all-media enterprise about why wild nature really matters to everyone. Itï's also the biggest photography-based project ever staged in Britain. Itï's never been done before: over a period of 20 months, 20 of the UKï's top outdoor photographers are photographing and recording 20 different biodiversity projects telling the story of Britainï's ecosystems and the life-support services they provide.


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