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Paul Marvin

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Mine Dive Video
Posted: 03/02/2019 18:06:19
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Some of you guys may have seen a version of this but since first edit, my skills have improved somewhat so I have re edited and posted .

hope you enjoy

https://youtu.be/Cw1BlNTtjH0


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IP: 5.62.43.104 Edited: 09/02/2019 17:19:14 by Paul Marvin
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Re Edit Dive Video
Posted: 03/02/2019 20:03:41
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Nice video paul IP: 213.205.194.199
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Re Edit Dive Video
Posted: 05/02/2019 00:28:14
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Thumbs up from me, good stuff

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Paul Marvin

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Mine Dive Video
Posted: 09/02/2019 17:22:25
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Thanks guys Thumb Up

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Mine Dive Video
Posted: 09/02/2019 20:45:17
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Great stuff as usual, nice that someone is prepared to put in the effort to do this stuff. Keep them coming. Thumbs Up

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Mine Dive Video
Posted: 10/02/2019 15:29:58
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Indeed - great video Thumb Up IP: 86.133.68.255
Paul Marvin

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Mine Dive Video
Posted: 10/02/2019 17:12:17
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sinker wrote:

Great stuff as usual, nice that someone is prepared to put in the effort to do this stuff. Keep them coming. Thumbs Up


Thanks guys there is indeed a lot goes in to them , the above water ones is usually 4 to 6 trips to gather all the stills and footage then about 20 hours or so on the edit with the music taking the longest, we actually had a gut on YT suggest that the music was to loud ? so we suggested that he turned his volume down or even off LOL. The underwater ones can take a lot more effort, the Holme bank one we did that wasn't playing with new video lights is actually years worth of stuff put together to make a little film, you are always fighting against visibility underwater one wrong movement and thats it for a week until the sediment settles properly.

We have a few ready to put up on AN for you guys to enjoy but we like to wait until one gets exhausted before the next.

next will be Minllyn and then Hendre, and we are currently working on Holme Bank above the water, until you start filming artifacts you dont realise just how rich Holme Bank is in the stuff there is a LOT of artifacts in there.

The guy on YT also said the videos would be better with natural sounds ... good idea if they were all nice a pleasant and not me shouting instructions (not in a nasty way ) for people to light paint spaces out. Laugh

This is the video that took the longest if you guys haven't seen it ...

https://youtu.be/yPXRYimMjOo

The last day on this video Sue fell over with all her dive kit on and broke her nose she is ok now but it looked like a squashed tomato at the time and a visit to the local MIU department Crying

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IP: 5.62.43.105 Edited: 10/02/2019 17:16:06 by Paul Marvin
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