Sea Gypsy Divers

birs eye view of the Sea Gypsy SCUBA Diving School and swimming pool

A new promotional video production for a new dive shop in Krabi.

Come and Learn Scuba Diving In Peace

Joel and Meg have recently opened Sea Gypsy Divers in a small village close to Ao Nang.
The dive centre is in a rural village surrounded by farming and countryside, away from the tourist crowds.  As Joel and Meg will tell you, you can “come and learn SCUBA diving in peace”.
Purpose built for SCUBA diving training and delivering PADI courses they have a classroom and deep swimming pool in their landscaped gardens. All the resources are here for a fun and relaxed way for to learn – “everyone can be a SCUBA diver”.”

Patient Teaching and Environmental Education

Joel and Meg are very enthusiastic about diving in this area of Krabi and around the Phi Phi islands. They specialise in teaching nervous divers and students that don’t want to feel like they are rushing through the training.
They are also very passionate about the ecology of the marine environment and educate all of their diving trainees about what they can do to help protect it.

Video Production

We had a great time making their promotional movie. The energy and enthusiasm is contagious;

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The Sea Gypsy Divers Promotional Video hosted by You Tube.

Concept, filming, sound, edit and production by Pushing Fin.

The underwater clips which make up the closing sequence were all shot by Joel or Meg on their GoPro. The other underwater clips, the aerial filming, classroom  and pool sequences were all shot by Pushing Fin.

The editing, colour correction and titling was all done by Pushing Fin and reviewed by Sea Gypsy Divers to achieve the final version.

For your business’ promotional video contact us for a free consultation and quotation.

PADI Open Water Diver Training with Kon-Tiki Thailand

If you have ever wondered what’s involved with learning how to SCUBA dive and to get your PADI Open Water diving certificate; then sit back and watch this…

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Pushing Fin produced this video for Kon-Tiki Krabi. It’s aim is to serve many purposes.

As advertising and promotion for Kon-Tiki Krabi, their diver training classes and their location and dive sites.
This video is also playing in their shop and is used as a sales aid by staff when discussing Open Water diver training with prospective customers.

For your advertising and promotional media requirements, contact Pushing Fin.

Diving Krabi – Whaleshark

Pushing Fin is more often than not out SCUBA diving in the Andaman Sea around Krabi and the Phi Phi Islands, video camera in housing and at the ready….

On this day we were diving ‘Superday’ in the Hin Musang (Shark Point Pinnacle) Marine Reserve. This marine reserve is just about in the middle of the triangle formed by Ao Nang, Phuket and the Phi Phi Islands. It consists of the Shark Point Pinnacles and the Anemone Reef pinnacle.

Given how visibility had been and how the current was likely to be we had swapped our wide-angle lens port for Amphibico’s amazing macro lens port and had intended to get some nice close detailed shots of all the little critters that live between the anemones covering the Anemone Reef pinnacle.

As we descended to the pinnacle we saw this great torpedo-shaped shadow just hanging in the current over the pinnacle.

This video is the result of filming a whale shark (rhincodon typus) with a macro-lens port. We would estimate he was about 7 metres long and he wasn’t very shy, circling and approaching us at least three times.

After nearly 30 minutes we decided to try and get back to the boat for the wide angle port. Of course by the time we returned our star performer had got bored (and/or full of food) and and swum away.

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Video Camera & Housing Review – Canon HF-S11 & Gates Housing

A magazine and video review for the Canon HF-S11 video camera and the Gates Video Housing.

We reviewed this camera and housing combination in April 2010.

Our review was published in the on-line magazine ‘Underwater Photography’ issue 54.

A PDF version of the review can be seen here >>

Gates Underwater Housing – Canon HF-S11 Camera review

This is sample footage from our first dive with the camera and housing.

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The Gates underwater video housing was supplied by: Scuba Symphony, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Underwater Filming

Pushing Fin : Specialists in Underwater Filming.

With hundreds of hours experience filming underwater in all sorts conditions you can rely on Pushing Fin to get the pictures you need.
Get the extra element in your productions with Pushing Fin Underwater Filming Services.

Underwater filming services are provided for all types of productions and all budgets:

  • Film and TV BroadcastUnderwater Filming
  • TV Commericals
  • Documentary
  • Advertising and corporate video
  • In-water structural and boat inspections

Pushing Fin comes fully equipped to all locations:

  • highly experienced, qualified divers
  • high-definition cameras
  • high-quality lenses
  • professional grade aluminium housings by Gates and Amphibico

All high quality but compact equipment allows Pushing Fin’s underwater filming unit to reach any location with minimal costs.

Underwater filming credits currently include:

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