Perils of shooting IMAX underwater

One of the best things about hot days in the summertime is you get to sit around watching movies all day. ScienCentral is offering exclusive footage and interviews from the upcoming IMAX 3D production “Under the Sea 3D” featuring cinematography’s sweethearts Michelle and Howard Hall talking about what it’s like to work in 50 feet of water with a 1200 lb. camera that shoots 3 minutes of film.

Howard and Michelle Hall are to me what Jacques Cousteau is to the Natural Patriot. They improved on his tradition, but don’t necessarily appear to be having quite as much fun, you know, with the wine cellar aboard the Calypso, the beanies, etc.

Peter Etnoyer (406 Posts)

PhD candidate at Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi and doctoral fellow Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies.





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