The spots on the belly-mantas are unique for each individual, much like our fingerprints. It is their "identity card", which allows marine biologists to follow and recognize them. (Komodo, Indonesia, July 2016.)
The spots on the belly-mantas are unique for each individual, much like our fingerprints. It is their "identity card", which allows marine biologists to follow and recognize them. (Komodo, Indonesia, July 2016.)

Diving and Travel Videos: Explore the Ocean and the World

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Discover, on this page, short video sequences of diving and travel, brought back from my trips to the end of the world...

Need to escape? Want to go somewhere else and see the big blue? I have gathered below the diving and travel videos that I have published on the blog. Some videos are available in high definition. Click on the HD logo at the bottom of the player to activate it.

→ Find these short films and other videos on my Vimeo albums.
→ You can also subscribe to my youtube channel.

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  1. I watched your videos, and the quality is really great.
    I'm leaving soon in Thailand and I too will like to make videos.
    I could know what software you used to do your editing, it is certainly not with movie maker because it gives a high definition preview.
    And thank you for your sharing I was never attracted by the dive, make a discovery tempts me well.

    1. @Maxx: Thank you for your little comment!

      It's not just the editing software that makes the quality of a video, but the original capture. First you have to shoot in HD to have an HD rendering on arrival. After that, you have to work with software that can handle very heavy HD files.

      Since 2010, I film with my Canon Eos 7D, which allows HD. Editing software issue, I'm on Mac, and I tested several (Final Cut Express, Adobe Premiere, iMovie). Finally, the easiest and most practical software for the short films I'm editing for this blog is iMovie.

      Finally, I can only recommend that you try diving if you have the opportunity, one day, on vacation, for example. If it's your thing, you'll know it right away ...

  2. Hello Corinne,

    I just discovered your blog and I am very happy, I will certainly return there often because it deals with a topic that I am passionate recently. With my wife and my son, we started our world tour in September with South East Asia where I was able to realize one of my dreams in Koh Tao: learn to dive.
    I see that you give a lot of information about fantastic diving spots and your videos are very nice (I haven't had the time or the connection to watch them all yet but I'll definitely come back to 😉 ).
    Anyway thank you very much for sharing your passion and the time you took to make and edit your videos (although I know you do it for you too).
    Small technical question, do you use a red filter?
    And small question of diver to diver, what would be the three dive spots that you will advise me the most in South East Asia (since that's where I am now)? Do you know a really nice wreck spot with good visibility conditions?

    See you soon


    1. @Julien: no, I do not use a red filter, my camera, the Canon Eos 7D, allowing me to do a white balance under water.

      My three favorite diving spots in Asia are:
      1 - Raja Ampat (West Papua, Indonesia)
      2 - Komodo (Small Sunda Islands, Flores, Indonesia)
      3 - Sipadan (Borneo, Malaysia)

      The best-known and easiest wreck in the area is the wreck of the Liberty in Tulamben, in northeastern Bali.
      Otherwise, there are of course the famous shipwrecks of Coron, in the Philippines, but I have never plunged.

      There is plenty to do in Southeast Asia for diving. You should be able to find inspiration and ideas depending on where you are in the list of my travels, at the end of this link:

      Good bubbles !!!

  3. Hello Corinne

    Your videos and photos make me dream.... I'm going to Indonesia alone (a little anxious I admit) in July and I plan to go scuba diving. Thank you for your site which is very useful to me to prepare my trip 🙂

    1. @Camille: Indonesia is one of the places I love to go back to ... Do not be too anxious. I traveled there very often, alone, generally. Never had any problem. Good preparations!

  4. Corinne: after having done a fitness cure in the mountains, I "plunge" into your site: yes! I miss the sea : 🙁 As a result, your last trip to Mexico has given me hope: here is indeed something I will be able to do one day, without taking any risk! Thanks a lot! 🙄

  5. Hello Corinne,
    Beautiful videos and site with very current design that I discovered late ...
    It's very very well done (I know what I'm talking about I'm a graphic designer).
    We share the same passion, I have some YouTube movies that should please you on different destinations but in the same spirit of discovery.
    Moreover I return to Fiji (with Tonga this time) end of August, film to follow hopefully.
    I am very familiar with Indonesia (among others) as well although I have been there less often
    Good bubbles!