Underwater Videography
Kings of Camouflage Kings of Camouflage It could be lurking close by, blending in perfectly with the coral reef or a sea grass bed. But unless it chooses to reveal... Continue reading

Underwater Videography

feature Peacock Mantis 02_photo Walt Stearns The Bizarre Burrow Builder the bizarre burrow builder

Wakatobi’s reefs are covered in a colorful carpet of corals, sponges and gorgonians that shelter a range of interesting creatures. To find one of the area’s most intriguing and bizarre animals of all, look beyond the growth to find a bare spot where coral rubble surrounds a small hole. The Mantis shrimp or Stomatopod is […]

feature image_mark snyder Through the Diver’s Eyes through the diver's eyes

A video described through the eyes of Wakatobi guests Gary and Robin Wright. It’s our second dive of the day and anticipation is mounting. When all is ready, we hit the water, creating a froth of whitewater as our fins make contact. The bubbles clear and our eyes grow wide as we reenter a dream […]

Frogfish The Fish that Goes Fishing the fish that goes fishing

When you think of a predator, what attributes come to mind? Streamlined speed, explosive agility, aggressive strength… and then there’s the frogfish. Slow, reclusive and lacking in both offensive and defensive weaponry—not to mention being far from streamlined—the frogfish wouldn’t seem to have the tools needed to become a lethal predator. Yet despite some seeming […]