Freediving Sunrise | Friendly Sharks, Cuttlefish, Rays & More
Diving at sunrise is always when the ocean is most buzzing with life, it appears that this is true even of Sydney! Once you get past the 5am drowsiness and r…
Diving at sunrise is always when the ocean is most buzzing with life, it appears that this is true even of Sydney! Once you get past the 5am drowsiness and regret, there’s something super special about getting in the water at first light. There’s also plenty more wildlife to see!
So I’ve recently started getting into freediving, it’s been something i’ve been wanting to get good at for a long time now – and I’m pretty keen on giving it a fair crack! Luckily this site, Shelly Beach, Manly in Sydney, NSW, Australia isn’t to deep and it’s easy for a novice like me to practice my breath hold! In case you guys missed it, I’m the guy in the blue wetsuit in the film 😉 Huge thanks to Nays Baghai for the shots of me!
Wildlife spotted: Alright, we had loads of Port Jackson Sharks and Crested Horn Sharks, two Giant Cuttlefish who looked like they had just finished mating or were about to, few Eagle Rays and schooling fish! Pretty sick!
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Camera Gear Used:
– Sony A7III
– Sony 16-35mm f4
– Sigma 24-70 f2.8 Art
– Sony 50mm f1.8
– Few shots on the Sony A7sii
– Sony A6500
– Sony 18-105mm G F4
– Sigma 35mm F1.4
– Seau0026Sea Underwater Housing and Domes
– OrcaTorch D950v and D910v Video Lights
– Zhiyun Weebill S, and Zhiyun Crane Gimbals
– DJI Mavic Drone