3 min DSLR underwater macro video compilation of short trip to Anilao, Philippines. 02~05th Aug 2012.
Filmed with Canon 5D Mark III & SmallHD DP4 in Nauticam housing, 100mm lens, SubSee +5/10, SOLA lights, XIT404 tripod.
8월 2~5일간 아닐라오, 필리핀에서 촬영한 것들을 3분으로 짧게 편집했습니다.
사용한 장비: 캐논 5D Mark III, SmallHD DP4 모니터, 노티캠 하우징, 100mm 렌즈와 1.4 텔레컨버터, 서브씨 +5/+10, 솔라 라이트와 XIT404 트라이포드
Small and tiny crabs and lobsters(these beautiful creatures are only few mm to cm).
I add caption (common name and size) but some of them I couldn’t find ID (If somebody can IDing, please let me know).
Quote from wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apo_Island
“Apo Island is a volcanic island covering 12 hectares in land area, 7 kilometers off the southeastern tip of Negros Island and 30 kilometers south of the Negros Oriental capital of Dumaguete City in the Philippines.
Apo Island is one of the world’s best known community-organized marine sanctuaries, and as such it has been well documented by the global science community.”
Shot on Canon 5D Mark III, 8-15mm FE (Magic filter) in Nauticam housing / Jul 2012.
필리핀, 아포섬에서 촬영한 거북이들입니다. 아포섬은 해양 보호 구역으로 잘 보호되고 있어서 거북이들을 아주 많이 볼 수 있습니다. 거북이들은 보통 다이버들을 두려워하지 않고 그다지 신경쓰지도 않아서 느긋하게 관찰하는 것도 좋습니다. 하지만 방해를 하거나 만지는 일은 없어야겠지요?
These shrimp goby live in a symbiotic relationship with shrimps(they sharing same burrow). The shrimps are almost blind and need the goby to keep an eye out for predators. Shrimp goby needs a hiding place and benefits from living in the burrow excavated by the shrimp.
Goby in this video: Spotted shrimp goby (Amblyeleotris guttata).
3 minute long original footage compressed(fast forward) in 35sec.
Filmed at Ambon, Indonesia / Canon 7D, 100mm
I’m sure many people already know about relationship this shrimp and goby.
But I’m still very curious to know how they actually decide to pair up in the first place?