Tuesday, June 24, 2014

California 3D Wild Project, Progress report No.8
Underwater shoot MAY 2014
Follow all the progress at http://digital3dsea.blogspot.com/

Last week wild fires raged in San Diego County, and one fire was stopped
 just a few miles from our home, thanks to California firefighters.
 We expect to be back in the ocean shooting 3D footage of 7-gill sharks next week.
About a week ago, Howard and I were out looking for sharks when this huge black sea bass came up to us.  The 300-pound fish is a wonderful 3 D subject.
He was fearless and curious and watched us for about 20 minutes. He might have been seeing his own reflection in the beam splitter 3d mirror. Those little white flecks on his head and back are parasites. These still pics are by Howard Hall.
The rich life in our California kelp forests never disappoint.  Stand by, we  
 hope to send photos of Seven–gill sharks in our next report. Bob@bobcranston.com

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