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LOCAL INTERNATIONAL FILM MAKER TURNS TO THE UNDERWATER STUDIO.

Local International film production company Caranaby Films turned to The Underwater Studio for helping in shooting scenes for its latest production "A Lonely Place to Die"       The film shoot in Scotland needed some underwater scenes and Carnaby chose to shoot these in a safe and controlled environment at The Underwater Studio. The action was directed by Julian Gilbey, with stunts coordinated by Jamie Edgell.

The studio had to construct a Scottish river bed, and the action was shot by Hugh Fairs on the Red Cam with Hugh's own REDSEE underwater housing for the RED. The housing has been specially developed by Hugh and unlike some other housings it does not leak or suffer from overheat problems.

 

 

For more Info on the REDSEE Housing go to  http://www.underwater-camera.com