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Whale shark aggregation near Isla Mujeres, Mexico

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A whale shark (Rhincodon typus) feeds in a bonito spawning event off of Isla Mujeres, Mexico

There’s no other way to put it: our first day of photographing the whale shark aggregation off of Isla Mujeres, Mexico, was absolutely epic. Within an hour of leaving port, we found a group of over 300 whale sharks, all feeding constantly on the huge concentration of fish eggs in the water. I’m exhausted now and don’t have time to process and video (I’ve been shooting both 2D video with the Canon 5D Mark II and 3D video with my custom rig), but I can at least present a few photos (for now — more later, including 3D, slow-motion whale shark feeding!). (read more »)

Isla Mujeres, Mexico | link | trackb | 3 comments » | Jul 31, 2010 19:59:48

Scuba diving cenotes in Mexico

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Our group has transferred to Isla Mujeres from Puerta Aventura and has just finished our first day of photographing the whale shark aggregation that is here feeding on bonito spawn.

3D video workflow has proven to be the downfall of my relatively-new MacBook Pro, and so I am unable to show you any new video at this point. I have a 1:36 video that is ready to show, but uploading is proving to be difficult from my connection here in Mexico.


Cave diver at Cenote Chac-Mool, Mexico

Instead, I’ll leave you with 4 images taken during my 2 dives with a still camera. These images were taken at Cenote Kulkulkan and Cenote Chac-Mool. (read more »)

Dive Aventura, Mexico | link | trackb | 3 comments » | Jul 31, 2010 19:40:51

First underwater 3D stereoscopic video: cenotes diver

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For my first underwater 3D shoot, I dove cenote Chac-Mool, which is about 20 KM from Playa Del Carmen (just outside of Cancun). I had never taken my modified BS Kinetics 3D housing underwater, so I had to first mount lights on it and do a pool test for buoyancy. Adding 4 lbs made the housing almost exactly neutral, although it is just a little bit back heavy.

I HEART 3D

I was quite worried because a dark cave is not exactly the best place to use a camera system that relies on auto-exposure for its picture. I set the camera to underexpose 3 units (whatever that means in Sony land) and hoped for the best. The results were actually quite good!

Here is the first clip I processed, which shows Mario, our dive guide, swimming through a halocline (the layer between fresh water and salt water, which is more dense). Don’t worry — the fuzzy halocline water clears up after a few seconds.


Use red-cyan classes to see this 3D video and view full screen for best results!

I’ll do a more formal write-up about my 3D workflow when it is fully tested, but at the moment, it includes ClipWrap1, MPEG Streamclip, PluralEyes, Final Cut Pro, Dashwood Stereo3D Toolbox, and Compressor. I shot 107 clips (214 total, since each camera shoots separately), taking up a total of 16.6 GB of space (8.3 GB x 2).

3D workflow is extremely time-consuming. (read more »)


  1. Updated 17 Sep 2010: Every once in awhile, ClipWrap leaves the audio track out of re-wrapped AVCHD video from my Sony CX550V camcorder. There is an easy fix for this, which is to open the Perian preference pane, click “Remove Perian” and then (immediately) click “Install Perian.” It appears that Perian gets in a bad state and prevents audio from being transcoded properly. I am now in the habit of always checking my re-wrapped video for an audio channel. Once it fails once, it will fail on every successive re-wrap until Perian is removed and re-installed. 

Puerta Aventuras, Mexico | link | trackb | 12 comments » | Jul 27, 2010 22:00:46

Weekly Twitter Digest: 2010-07-26

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Packing Nirvana

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I love it when this happens (that’s 22.1 Kg for most of the world).

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 1 comment » | Jul 25, 2010 21:31:42

3D string quartet performance (anaglyph)

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3D test (anaglyph — requires red/cyan glasses) of Quartetto Sugoi in low light using dual Sony CX550V camcorders zoomed in a bit, perhaps, to 40mm (35mm equivalent) or so. Camera sync is approx 16ms apart, which is why there is ghosting when objects move. Video targets large displays (30″+ ideal).

Due to tolerances in manufacturing, it is nearly impossible to get two of these cameras to align perfectly, resulting in the need for rotational geometry correction in post, which may also account for further image degradation (in addition to the low light noise, that is).

Music: Mendelssohn String Quartet No. 6, excerpt from first movement (thanks, Quartetto Sugoi!)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 4 comments » | Jul 25, 2010 19:25:38

Hiller Aviation Museum, San Carlos

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I sometimes do this on flights

After having driven past the Hiller Aviation Museum in San Carlos countless times over the years, I decided to take Pam there for an early celebration of her upcoming birthday. Pam has an airplane fetish and was pretty excited to go.. Even more exciting: Laurel, Antoni, Dave and Charles met us there and surprised Pam as we walked in. (read more »)

San Carlos, CA | link | trackb | no comments » | Jul 25, 2010 18:15:38

Chip Scarlett loves sharks (and visits me)

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Chip Scarlett with my new underwater 3D rig

Today, I had a whirlwind lunch and chat with Chip Scarlett. In addition to being an underwater photographer, author and conservationist, Chip is a race car driver and biotech CEO.

Chip set up our appointment both to catch up and to hand-deliver his new book, Loving Sharks (which will hopefully be officially released in the U.S. soon). Loving Sharks features beautiful imagery of sharks presented alongside quotes solicited from prominent divers, photographers, cinematographers and conservationists — all of whom are part of Chip’s incredible network within the industry. I look forward to taking a closer look at the book. Thanks, Chip!

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | no comments » | Jul 23, 2010 13:15:16

Underwater photo tips article in Giant Robot #66

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I have an article in the latest issue (#66) of Giant Robot Magazine that details 12 tips for successful underwater photography. Each tip includes an example underwater image.

I haven’t actually seen the layout yet, but I’m excited about it nonetheless. SCUBA diving and underwater photography need more young people getting involved. This industry is aging before our very eyes. And — with the continued constant destruction of the planet’s marine habitats, you really need to get in the water NOW to see what is still there to be seen.

Also, support Giant Robot! :)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | no comments » | Jul 22, 2010 23:30:22

Interviewed for The Law of Success 2.0

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A few days ago, I met up with Haegwan Kim, who is conducting an extensive series of interviews for his project, The Law of Success 2.0. Kim says that his goal is to “make the world a better place where all human beings can achieve success with the power of collective intelligence,” and that “the fundamental fallacy of … existing self-development theories is pretending as if there is the universal way to be successful.”

Kim interviewed me for 20 minutes and transcribed our talk word for word (apparently, I start a lot of sentences with, “So…”).

The full interview is online at Kim’s website.

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 1 comment » | Jul 22, 2010 14:16:47

Underwater 3D stereoscopic video housing, unboxing / setup

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Custom BS Kinetics carbon fiber underwater 3D housing with Sony camcorders

A few days ago, I took delivery of a BS Kinetics DuoDive housing, which is designed to house 2 consumer camcorders for use in capturing underwater 3D video. The housing is a carbon fiber + epoxy oval (as opposed to being a rigid cylinder or machined aluminum housing, which is more typical), and features a flat port, red/orange filter, hinged port cap, and rear LCD that toggles between left and right camera display.

The housing is designed to be generic, which means that a variety of cameras can be mounted inside. I’ve decided to use two Sony CX550V AVCHD camcorders with Sony 0.75X wide-angle adapters (removable). Although the CX550V shoots AVCHD (bleh) at 1080i (double bleh), it has a wide lens (~29mm equivalent) and is easily controlled through LANC. (read more »)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 16 comments » | Jul 21, 2010 12:03:14

Block Facebook apps that allow printing of friends’ photos

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A Photo Editor recently posted about Facebook apps like Walmart, Target and others that allow the printing of photos hosted on Facebook. The problem is that Facebook allows those apps to print your friends’ photos, too, which should be unethical and/or illegal for copyright violation.

I just blocked the following apps and reported them to Facebook for privacy violation:

To block an app, click through to the app when you’re logged into Facebook and then click on “Block Application,” which is an option in the left-hand menu. You can also report the application for bad behavior by scrolling to the bottom of the Application page and clicking on “Report Application.”

There may be more apps that allow the printing of friends’ photos. I’ll block and report every one I come across.

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 1 comment » | Jul 19, 2010 23:47:18

3D stereoscopic video camera, with grip

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There is no good way to hold two cameras attached to each other, so I had to come up with another way. Here are some photos of two Sony CX550V camcorders set up for 3D stereoscopic imaging, mounted on Really Right Stuff hardware and an Opteka X-Grip. (read more »)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 5 comments » | Jul 19, 2010 19:58:03

Weekly Twitter Digest: 2010-07-19

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  • I liked a YouTube video — TEDxBerkeley – Eric Cheng – 04/03/10 http://youtu.be/MA7POyk16G8?a #
  • TEDxBerkeley posts official video of my talk http://ech.cc/b4PQZR #TEDxB #
  • RT @tonywu: New post: Eric Cheng's Adoring Fan Club http://twu.tw/abn9Ec #
  • I'm mentioned today (with @tonywu) in a Thai blog in Korean. Can anyone translate (from Korean)? :) http://theparks.allblogthai.com/373 #
  • Great time with @meen, @polpich, @tonywu, @bengok and others at shabu-shabu tonight in Bangkok! Lots of laughter. #
  • Curse you, mismatched audio sampling rates! #
  • I liked a YouTube video — Cooperative Grasping and Transport using Quadrotors http://youtu.be/YBsJwapanWI?a #
  • Amazon Prime: 1 year free for folks with .edu email address. I heart Amazon Prime. http://ech.cc/c3B2wF #
  • @px55 Thank you for the translation! in reply to px55 #
  • I liked a YouTube video — dinosaur????????? http://youtu.be/w_jl69R7toA?a #
  • @tonywu the girls in the restaurant at the hotel are all asking where you went. #
  • I don't understand. Vimeo's homepage is blocked in Thailand, but user pages and videos are not? How is that an effective block? #
  • "I just realized that you shouldn't have sticky rice before having sticky rice and mango." Words of wisdom from @tonywu. #
  • I ate a "custard apple" tonight for the first time. yummm… #
  • I wonder how long I'm supposed to wait for Facebook to process uploaded videos. Some simply disappear into the aether once uploaded. #
  • Updated pad thai journal post with full version of video: http://ech.cc/dg1x9A #
  • I wish I had been able to go to French Polynesia for the total solar eclipse this year. #
  • Last 3 video uploads to Facebook failed. About to give up. #
  • Back in the USA. Still getting to the size disparity between people here and people in Asia. #
  • You should always reply YES or NO to invites. Otherwise, you'll be known as that person who likes to keep options open. #
  • Trying to get my inbox back down to zero today — an uphill battle, as email continues to flow in… #
  • @tammyloh I don't think you can "invest" in any car, unless it's an antique. :) in reply to tammyloh #
  • This is the sound of me being driven out of a cafe by its craptastic music selection. #
  • Blood pressure rising after reading racist comments from so-called "shark conservationists." #
  • @alflow re: black hair — it seems like every girl in Thailand has dyed brown hair. :) in reply to alflow #
  • Buying video fluid head and tripod. You'd think there would be more overlap between still photo and video. :( #
  • Hey, I have an idea! Use a modal dialog box popup and make the space bar cancel whatever action is running! #
  • Testing Smart Twitter app on Facebook (in lieu of normal Twitter app). #
  • @andybiggs don't tell me you're surprised that you can't make calls with the iphone…! in reply to andybiggs #
  • I love it when a shipment says "Extremely Urgent" after being shipped out months late. #
  • @cindypon I like how exercise is associated with food. :) in reply to cindypon #
  • Andy runs the best photo safaris. RT @andybiggs: Cancellation on Botswana safari next week. Crazy discount available. http://bit.ly/a1KJ6Z #
  • RT @Daffs: Great news!!! BP Reports oil leak has STOPPED http://huff.to/alEX3l #
  • More in laugh-out-loud fun. http://ech.cc/amCMG4 #
  • You probably shouldn't install iOS 4 on your iPhone 3G. http://ech.cc/9kXmik #
  • South Park does Facebook: "You Have 0 Friends" http://ech.cc/9IHtOu #
  • Me: "I want to to see Predators, you know, the sequel to Predator." Pam: "Isn't that some stupid insect movie?" #
  • Speaking for a fundraiser at Dolphin Scuba in Sacramento tomorrow night (Fri) followed by a workshop on Saturday. #
  • I need an Apple remote! If anyone coming to the talk tonight has one, can you bring it? :) #
  • @cohen what iphone? in reply to cohen #
  • The End of Photography http://twu.tw/9BmZYV /via @tonywu #
  • Headed back to Dolphin Scuba in Sacramento to teach a workshop on underwater photography after being hosted by John Daniels for the night. #
  • Upgrading to Adobe CS5… #
  • Confusing predators, part 1. http://yfrog.com/7h1exvj #
  • Pam, re: actually talking to me in person: "I feel like I have a premium subscription to your Twitter feed." Hmmm… #
  • @adamnash I just got back from Sacramento. It was like 104 degrees! in reply to adamnash #
  • In this seat sat a woman who made me want to stab myself with a fork (don't worry, it wasn't Pam :)). http://yfrog.com/c9tuoj #
  • @choccobo People confuse me with dancers all the time. ha ha ha. in reply to choccobo #
  • @choccobo I wish I had found a gym like that when I was young (instead of a taekwondo place). in reply to choccobo #
  • @meen it's a beautiful book. hope you find it for a good price! Are ebooks popular in Thailand yet? in reply to meen #
  • Cool rusty metal woman with dreads in Hayes Valley http://yfrog.com/ng3wxj #
  • RT @tonywu Trip Update: Ambon http://twu.tw/arIeJL #
  • FS: Black REL Strata III subwoofer. Contact me if you're interested: http://ech.cc/bnCPHP Reviews for the sub are here: http://ech.cc/bX4oyB #
| link | trackb | no comments » | Jul 19, 2010 08:01:00

3D tests with dual Sony CX550V camcorders

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Two Sony CX550V camcorders with wide-angle lenses attached

I was on my way to bed tonight when I decided to do some 3D experiments using my dual Sony CX550V camcorder setup (which I am putting into an underwater housing soon). The two camcorders are mounted on plates and rails from Really Right Stuff, and both also have Sony 0.75x wide-angle adapters attached to them. The stereo base (inter-ocular distance) is 67mm. (read more »)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 5 comments » | Jul 19, 2010 03:12:48

Network timeout on Mac OS X 10.6.4 (Snow Leopard)

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One of my biggest complaints in earlier versions of Mac OS X (pre-Snow Leopard) was the dreaded network timeout. For example, if I was working on a notebook computer while connected to a networked volume, I could cause a multi-minute timeout (SPOD) for ~2 minutes simply by putting my computer to sleep, disconnecting my network connection, and resuming my session. Eventually, Mac OS would time out and unmount the inaccessible volume, but during that time my machine would be locked up.

When Mac OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) came out it seemed to fix this problem, but lately, I’ve been experiencing similar network timeouts in Mac OS X 10.6.4 (Snow Leopard). I can reproduce it by doing the following, with 2 machines:

Machine A connected to network via hard-wired ethernet. Machine B connected to network via WiFi.

  1. On machine A, mount a volume on machine B via AFP
  2. Disconnect from WiFi network on machine B (and disable WiFi)
  3. Connect machine B to router via hard-wired ethernet (it gets a different IP address via DHCP)

Machine A will then time out for at least 1-2 minutes (SPOD). When timeout expires, the shared volume is unmounted and my machine becomes responsive again.

Anyone have a fix?

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 12 comments » | Jul 15, 2010 15:15:28

Shabu shabu reflex demonstration (Bangkok, Thailand)

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Beng and Aey demonstrate their lightning-quick reflexes while eating shabu shabu in Bangkok, Thailand. July 12, 2010.

Bangkok, Thailand | link | trackb | 1 comment » | Jul 14, 2010 13:07:01

See you in hell (Bangkok, Thailand)

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A video short inspired by gorging ourselves on mango sticky rice after eating sticky rice (created by Mean, Aey, Tony and me).

Bangkok, Thailand | link | trackb | no comments » | Jul 13, 2010 08:10:39

Bangkok: TDEX 2010 (Thailand Travel & Dive Expo)

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Here’s a short video from my visit to Bangkok, Thailand for the Thailand Travel & Dive Expo during July 8-11, 2010. Special thanks to Aey and Mean of Dive Supply and Digitalay, and to Khun Fah (TDEX organizer) for inviting me to speak! Also, thanks to Tony Wu for keeping me from getting lost in Thailand. :)

Bangkok, Thailand | link | trackb | 3 comments » | Jul 12, 2010 21:34:41

Weekly Twitter Digest: 2010-07-12

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  • Finally optimizing home network. Switched machines to jumbo frames (MTU 9000) and am testing using an iSCSI volume on ReadyNAS Pro. #
  • Pam is going for a run. While she does that, I'm going to sit on the couch and remain motionless. #
  • Hike at Crystal Springs followed by pho. Typical SF summer: 20 degree F difference in 5 miles. #
  • RT @MaryLynnPrice: Great new DiveFilm HD Podcast by Tony Wu on Eastern Fields of Papua New Guinea! http://bit.ly/cbRkWo #
  • Installed SMC8024L2 switch and configured Mac Pro for Link Aggregation (LACP). Now to see if I'm brave enough to configure ReadyNAS Pro… #
  • I love crowdsourcing Facebook tagging. #
  • Friendly Music — copyright cleared music for YouTube and more (for $1.99 each) http://ech.cc/aLuQTa #
  • "Apple of My Eye" – short film shot and edited on iPhone 4 http://ech.cc/9W8y5y #
  • Local Crashplan backups run at <5% gigE. Someone needs to come up with a good backup program for the Mac (no, it's not Time Machine). #
  • @gilesshaxted how do I "dislike" a tweet? in reply to gilesshaxted #
  • @ArneKuilman I'll check it out. I love Crashplan because it works on a LAN as well as over the internet. in reply to ArneKuilman #
  • I'm speaking at TDEX in Bangkok this weekend. See you there! http://ech.cc/czlHbN #
  • Eating Thai food in preparation for going to Bangkok tomorrow. #
  • "Drowning doesn't look like drowning." http://ech.cc/bJXRsZ #
  • I was just told by Photoshop CS4 that I cannot save a file greater in size than 2.0GB. Guess I was being too ambitious… #
  • I liked a YouTube video — Pyongyang Traffic Girls From The Sky http://youtu.be/O-hyVzTVDLg?a #
  • @rosecassandra Thank you for the compliment. :) in reply to rosecassandra #
  • How often do you think these seats on SF BART are cleaned? #
  • The neurotic woman next to me on SFO-NRT just went on a rampage, closing 6 overhead vents near her (in 2 rows). I turned mine back on. #
  • SFO-NRT seat-mate: "I watched you book your seat online. My seat is very important to me." Okaaaay… #
  • Crap. I turned on my phone on accident when I landed at Japan and it started doing some data stuff before I could turn off data roaming. $$$ #
  • Man, this HTC Incredible is impossible to keep turned off. It's way too easy to hit the power button on top of the phone. #
  • @Laurens_deGroot Despite her visible deterrents, I had to wake her up once during the flight (required a lot of shuffling of things). in reply to Laurens_deGroot #
  • New Sony Cybershot TX9 features 3D Sweep Panorama and Background Defocus. I feel like I just got my TX7. #
  • BIG BANG BIG BOOM – the new wall-painted animation by BLU http://vimeo.com/13085676 #
  • I liked a YouTube video — Yosemitebear Mountain Giant Double Rainbow 1-8-10 http://youtu.be/OQSNhk5ICTI?a #
  • Arrived in Bangkok for TDEX! #
  • @meen Thanks, Mean! I'm excited to be here. See you tomorrow! in reply to meen #
  • Helping RedStart Design with computer issues by using iChat screen sharing… from Bangkok. #
  • @meen Mean — where can I get a SIM card for my phone? Tony is meeting me at the hotel and we're heading over around noon… in reply to meen #
  • Not surprisingly, the mango sticky rice here in Thailand is 100x better than it is in the USA (with @tonywu) in reply to tonywu #
  • YouTube adds support for 4K video. It's too bad nearly no one can play them back. http://ech.cc/dpAX3h #
  • After having pad thai off the streets of Bangkok, I will never see American pad thai the same way. #@meen @tonywu @polpich #
  • I probably shouldn't have worn a red shirt to the area in Bangkok where all the chaos happened. #
  • I liked a YouTube video — WTF Japan Seriously!? http://youtu.be/tggcYlmh5M8?a #
  • I liked a YouTube video — WTF Japan Seriously!? http://youtu.be/x2JNc6q1s0Q?a #
  • The many flavors of H.264 video, by Niall Kennedy http://ech.cc/cdDMDN #
  • "It's like twitter. Except we charge people to use it." http://www.27bslash6.com/p2p2.html #
  • Dilution. http://xkcd.com/765/ #
  • Re-watched the Star Wars Episode II review. *Pure* genius (especially 8 of 9 and 9 of 9). http://ech.cc/amxM1i http://ech.cc/a8FpNV #
| link | trackb | no comments » | Jul 12, 2010 08:01:00
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