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Underwater Videographer Podcasts


The next best thing to diving is a diving video!

These days camcorders are affordable, easy to use and high quality. Anyone can make their own movies to astound non-diving friends and family, or just for your own enjoyment. Video is convenient. With video you don’t need to process the film, you can view your results straight after the dive and, if you don’t like your results, you can record over them! Video is ideally suited to capturing the intricacy of marine life behavior, and the awe of the diver’s environment.

These are just a few reasons why more and more divers are choosing video (over stills cameras) to share their dives with non divers. A good video is life without the boring bits. A good underwater video is the perfect dive. Creating the perfect video is a challenge requiring more skill and planning than a deep wreck dive- learn how to get past these challenges with The DV Show’s newest podcast – Underwater Videographer!

Here are the full shows. Just click the play button on the left of each episode. Right click the play button to save to your desktop:

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  • admin (author) said:

    just a short series to cover some topics. Summer time is when we revisit underwater videography.

  • Aquanaut713 said:

    I’ve been looking at your site and I wish this had been around years ago. Very nice.

  • ForceFin2020 said:

    Never knew the dv show did this podcast too! Love the intro and guests. Where did this series go?

  • mbroton said:

    Amazing podcast while it lasted.

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