New underwater images from Bonaire! Bonaire never disappoints with turtles, octopus, eels, schools of fish and more!
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These images will be on display at Bocanova through the end of February 2014. If you have not had a chance to view them, treat yourself to a delicious lunch, brunch or dinner at the restaurant, then view some of our latest underwater images printed on aluminum.
We’ve printed some recent images on aluminum, both high gloss and matte finishes, which are currently on display at Bocanova Restaurant now through the end of the year. All of these images, and more, are available for purchase on our on-line store.
Our short underwater film, Below The Salt, is now featured on DiveFilm HD! DiveFilm HD is a free podcast on iTunes which showcases the latest, stunning underwater videos. Watch Below The Salt
For editing all of our still images, we use Adobe Lightroom. It is a powerful and user-friendly software program, especially for underwater photography. Let me digress for a moment… ALL photographers edit their images in post to some degree. Of course, you attempt to hone your craft and shoot good-great images in camera, but sometimes, for whatever numerous reasons, it just doesn’t happen perfectly all the time. In Lightroom, you can adjust your images minimally or significantly, depending on how you saw it, or want to see it.
Earlier today, I was looking at some underwater images taken a couple of years ago. With time, one’s perspective changes, skills improve and so do software programs. Here are some examples of the power of Lightroom. The examples on the left show the original image, very minimally processed. The examples on the right show a huge difference, making one global change to the image only. Not only does it pay-off to occassionally look at those older images with a fresh set of eyes, but also to keep current on skills and software updates!
SDUFEX – San Diego Undersea Film Exhibition has just published its program for 2012. Congratulations to Joel for having his short film, Shoal Of Scad In Bonaire, selected for this prestigious two-day film exhibition! And congratulations to our many friends who have also been selected!