While working on my new documentary film on the Salish Sea, "This Living Salish Sea", I adapted an underwater housing that I had built years before, to work with my new Panasonic Gh3 camera.
I'm making "This Living Salish Sea" to help raise awareness of this beautiful natural area, and I hope this will allow people to work to protect it from inappropriate heavy industrial development, such as the Kinder Morgan tar sands pipeline proposal which will dramatically increase heavy tar sands oil tanker traffic in this area.
This is the first time I have used the "Tip Jar".
If this film production is something you feel like supporting, your tip of this short video, will help pay for production costs for my film. I am volunteering all my services to produce this film.
Here is a short sample underwater video test from the first dive, shooting underwater with the GH3.
Camera settings: IPB 60 fps, 50mbs, (converted to 30fps in PP CS6)
Lens: Panasonic Lumix PZ 14-42mm
Lights: 2- Intova 250 Lumen minis & 1- I-Torch 5
Shot Location: Salish Sea, at Halfmoon Bay, B.C.