New Site Launched For Underwater Videographers
The new UnderwaterVideography.com website was launched this week with great success. The site was eagerly awaited by underwater video pros and aspiring pros and it has proved to be THE place for the latest information and networking opportunities.
UnderwaterVideography.com is divided up into four distinct areas; Channels, Network, Forums, Reviews. By clicking on the Channels tab, you will be taken to an area that showcases several high profile manufacturers and organizations that have greatly contributed to the industry.
In the Network area, you can browse the profiles of the Featured Members or enjoy the work of other members of UnderwaterVideography.com. Aside from the videos, the Forums are the most frequently visited segment in UnderwaterVideography.com.
In the Forums area, you can really get into the nuts and bolts of production, equipment, editing and even trade/sell used camera equipment. If you ever have questions about cameras or housings, you will want to read through the Reviews section where industry professionals will review the latest in underwater video production equipment.
“UnderwaterVideography.com is a place where I can go to see what other pros are doing and get information on emerging camera trends, underwater housing releases and all manner of associated materials,” comments short film producer and award winning underwater cameraman Mark Thorpe, “Pros and aspiring pros need a great site like this to keep tabs on new technologies and opportunities.”
About UnderwaterVideography.com: UnderwaterVideography.com was developed to fill a need that has long been felt in the underwater film and video production community – a networking site for professional and “up and coming” videographers. Started in 2009 by founder Joe Holley, UnderwaterVideography.com gives industry professionals a place to showcase their work, trade ideas, discuss equipment and informally meet with other underwater professionals. UnderwaterVideography.com also serves as a great place for anyone interested in underwater video to learn some of the “tricks of the trade”.
For further information, visit www.underwatervideography.com