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Scuba Diving with Grey Seals at Lundy Island, North Devon, UK (4K)

Daniel French

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Mar 8, 2017
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Our first diving after lockdown was with Grey Seals at Lundy Island in Devon UK. An amazing experience to dive with some of the 180+ resident grey seals (atlantic seals) at Lundy Island, North Devon, UK. Video here:-

Departing from ilfracombe on the Obession II boat, our journey to Lundy was around an hour and a half. The diving trip was booked with easydiversnorthdevon who were great fun and a well organised, along with following covid-19 precautions too. \

This video was taken over two days and four dives. Using ambient light only, in depths of around 4-5 metres. As this was my first underwater footage using my new kit, I was happy with the results. I hope you enjoy this peaceful video, and please like / share and subscribe for more underwater content. Any comments welcome too

Equipment Used:-
Panasonic GH5s camera
Nauticam NA-GH5V Underwater Housing
Nauticam WWL-1 wide wet lens
Nauticam CMC-2 macro lens
DJi Mavic Air 2 Drone

Editing:-
2020 16" Macbook Pro
Final Cut Pro X
Cinema Grade Color Grading
Leeming Lut Pro (partially used) for both GH5s and Mavic Air (athena Lut)
 

arli52

New Member
Jul 28, 2020
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Gothenburg,Sweden
Our first diving after lockdown was with Grey Seals at Lundy Island in Devon UK. An amazing experience to dive with some of the 180+ resident grey seals (atlantic seals) at Lundy Island, North Devon, UK. Video here:-

Departing from ilfracombe on the Obession II boat, our journey to Lundy was around an hour and a half. The diving trip was booked with easydiversnorthdevon who were great fun and a well organised, along with following covid-19 precautions too. \

This video was taken over two days and four dives. Using ambient light only, in depths of around 4-5 metres. As this was my first underwater footage using my new kit, I was happy with the results. I hope you enjoy this peaceful video, and please like / share and subscribe for more underwater content. Any comments welcome too

Equipment Used:-
Panasonic GH5s camera
Nauticam NA-GH5V Underwater Housing
Nauticam WWL-1 wide wet lens
Nauticam CMC-2 macro lens
DJi Mavic Air 2 Drone

Editing:-
2020 16" Macbook Pro
Final Cut Pro X
Cinema Grade Color Grading
Leeming Lut Pro (partially used) for both GH5s and Mavic Air (athena Lut)
 

arli52

New Member
Jul 28, 2020
3
0
1
67
Gothenburg,Sweden
Hello Daniel French !
Very nice film You have made !!! I am also impressed by the seemingly good visibility in the water ! I have tried to approach seals here in the southernGothenburg archipelago.There Are hundreds of them close to Tiny Islands called ”Inre Tistlarna”- a seal reservate.I have,sofar,only been freediving.Thefact,sofar,is that My appearance scare them away!
Is it easier to approach them using SCUBA.???
I know SCUBA divers here who had succeeded getting close to the seals,and getting good film shots...
Keep up Your good work Daniel !!!
Arne Lindström
Gothenburg,Sweden
[email protected]
 
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