SEAFROGS UNDERWATER CAMERA HOUSING REVIEW

Are you looking for affordable and reliable underwater housing of your Sony camera system? If yes, please read on and check out the video review below…

If you are interested in seeing a review on the Seafrogs a6xxx salted line housings which my colleague Gary Tyson reviewed please click the link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qXNBsT_Yfs

Free divers from  Azul Freediving  shooting with Sea Frogs UW housing for Sony A6xxx series Salted Line. Image taken with Sony a9 www.christiaanhart.com

Free divers from Azul Freediving shooting with Sea Frogs UW housing for Sony A6xxx series Salted Line. Image taken with Sony a9 www.christiaanhart.com

After doing some extensive research online I came across Seafrogs based in Hong Kong who specialise in underwater housings of Sony, Fuji and many other camera systems.

At first, the price of other brands put me off the idea of purchasing an underwater camera housing. Generally, most housings cost much more than your entire camera and lens system, which can feel out of reach for a lot of photograpers.

Bearing in mind of course that I understand the importance of using a housing that will fully protect my gear. A large portion of my photograph assignments are on the water, ranging from wake surfing, wakeboarding, paddle boarding and other watersports.

Image taken with Sony a9, 16-35mm f/4.0 www.christiaanhart.com

Image taken with Sony a9, 16-35mm f/4.0 www.christiaanhart.com

Previously I had been using a cheap pouch system for wake surfing. This mostly consisted in me being positioned low on the back of the speed boat. I was nowhere near confident enough to submerge the camera. It was enough to stop salt water splashes but not ideal. I quickly realised I needed a housing that I could trust and take into the water to help me get the dynamic angles I wanted.

Over the past 8 months, I have been using the Seafrogs Sony a9 housing with the 16-35mm f/4 Sony Zeiss lens. I have used this with the dome port and flat port which enables wet (underwater and half in/half out of the water) and dry shooting (above the surface).

Recently the team from Seafrogs invited myself and my colleague Gary Tyson to test some of their new under water camera housings in Puerto Galera in the Philippines. Of course, we were very excited to be part of the week-long testing with free divers from Azul Freediving as or subjects. I am not a scuba diver so I was shooting from just below the surface as well as diving down to 4-5 meters to shoot the models.

Behind the Scenes with our team shooting a free diver in Puerto Galera, Philippines.

Behind the Scenes with our team shooting a free diver in Puerto Galera, Philippines.

Over the week’s shoot, I tested the newly released seafrogs a7r3 housing against the a9 housing.

I must say they are very similar and both performed flawlessly. For photographers who want the option of using a higher resolution camera for stills and video, the a7r3 housing is the way to go. One of the advantages I found in the new a7r3 housing was being able to attach a pistol grip which is great for shooting in the surf.

There is also a tray system available for all housings with two handles for videographers which enables smoother controlled movements and the ability to attach a variety of lighting accessories.

The dome port is very versatile when using larger lenses such as the 16-35mm f/2.8 and 24-70mm 2.8. The housings cover almost all of the Sony lenses (full details of combative lenses can be found below and on the seafrogs website.

Another great addition is the white color housing which definitely stands out more, especially for surf photographers to be more visible in the water.

One of the main features which I would like to see on both housings is to have the ability to move the joystick on the back of the camera. This wasn’t a huge concern but having the ability to be able to move the focus points would be an advantage when wanting to frame a shot differently. In saying this there are options within the focus point set up in the camera to track subjects.

All other buttons on the camera are accessible. For stills I didn’t have the need to adjust much once the shoot had started. I played around with aperture f/2.8-f/8, depending on the light and depth of the water I was shooting in, shutter speed ranged from 1/320sec up to 1/640sec, ISO Auto, I set the max to 3200, the majority of the images ranged from ISO 100-320 and in deeper water 3200. The view finder is very nice but I must admit I prefer to use the live view screen.

Photo taken with Sony a7r3.

Photo taken with Sony a7r3.

Photo taken with Sony a7r3.

Photo taken with Sony a7r3.

Housing Safety specs - This is a big deal! Anyone placing a valuable camera into an underwater housing needs to be sure their gear is safe! Having the vacuum pump seal and leak detection alarm gives me the confidence every time I use the housing. Double O rings are another added benefit for peace of mind.

  • Vacuum Pump System port

  • In-built leak detection sensor

  • Interchangeable port system

  • Synchro cable port

  • Standard flat port (Optical glass)

  • 6" Dry dome port (Optical acrylic)

  • Stainless steel mounting plate 1/4" Thread

  • 40m / 130ft Dept rate

Sony a7r3 compatible lens housing options

Dome port

  • Sony FE 12-24mm F4G (No manual zoom or focus available)

  • Sony FE 24-70mm F2.8 GM (No manual zoom or focus available)

  • Sony FE 24mm F1.4 GM (No manual focus available)

  • Sony FE 16-35mm F2.8 GM (No manual zoom or focus available)

  • Sony FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS (Only at 24mm. No manual zoom or focus available)

  • Sony Distagon T* FE 35mm F1.4 ZA (No manual focus available)

  • Sony Vario-Tessar T* FE 16-35mm f/4 ZA OSS (No manual zoom or focus available)

  • Sony Vario-Tessar T* FE 24-70mm f/4 ZA OSS (No manual zoom or focus available)

  • Sony FE 28mm F2 + Fisheye Converter SEL057FEC (No manual focus available.Minor vignetting effect)

  • Sony FE 28mm F2 + Ultra Wide Converter SEL075UWC (No manual focus available)

  • Sony FE 28-70mm F3.5-5.6 OSS (Manual zoom available)

  • Sony FE 55mm F1.8 ZA Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* (No manual focus available)

Standard port

  • Sony Vario-Tessar T* FE 16-35mm f/4 ZA OSS (No manual zoom or focus available) - Works from 17mm to 35mm

  • Sony Vario-Tessar T* FE 24-70mm f/4 ZA OSS (No manual zoom or focus available)

  • Sony FE 24mm F1.4 GM (No manual focus available)

  • Sony FE 28-70mm F3.5-5.6 OSS (Manual zoom available)

  • Sony FE 50mm F1.8

  • Sony FE 50mm F2.8 Macro

  • Sony FE 55mm F1.8 ZA Carl Zeiss Sonnar T*

Image taken with Sony a9 www.christiaanhart.com

Image taken with Sony a9 www.christiaanhart.com

Photo taken with Sony a7r3.

Photo taken with Sony a7r3.

Summary

In my view, Sea Frogs have created an exciting product which enables anyone from amateur to professional photographers/videographers to access the underwater photography world. Whether it’s shooting action water sports to recreational divers or commercial level shoots there is a housing to suit everyone. Why I recommend Sea Frogs, there are two key factors that stand out, quality and price. In the early days of researching Sea Frogs there weren’t many reviews. The reviews I could find were all very positive, this is another reason I wanted to express my thoughts on the product and to show what can be achieved through the images you see here which I captured.



To receive a discount on any Sea Frogs housing enter the code, f8ch at checkout, visit seafrogs.com.hk to order now.



Disclaimer:

The following review is based on my time using the housings and I must reinforce we were not paid to do this, all views are my own honest thoughts about the systems.

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PROFESSIONAL HEADSHOTS

When was the last time you updated yours ?

No matter if it's for LinkedIn, Facebook or dating apps like Tinder, first impressions count! There are many reasons to update your Headshot, applying for a new job, a new position within your current company, a new hairstyle or it's been years since you did your last one.

With the presence and power of social media these days, quite often our headshot is the first image we see of someone. When you think about it, our headshot is everywhere, from Facebook to Whatts app, WeChat, Instagram, company websites. It's important that this represents who you are, in a professional manner. 

I recently did a shoot with Steve Bruce, Steve is a Professional LinkedIn Trainer / Coach and SME Marketing consultant.  Steve has written an interesting piece on his experience and why it's important to have a Professional Headshot taken from a Professional Photographer. Steve also used Photofeeler.com to asses his headshot, as you will see, he got his best results ever. 

Click the link below to read the full article and some tips for your next headshot!

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So here are the results and I’m delighted with them!
— Steve Bruce
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I'TS HOT! BLANCPAIN GT SERIES ASIA

35 degrees, 85% humidity and clear blue skies, it’s damn hot! I wouldn’t rather be anywhere else.

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Race circuits have always been interesting places, the atmosphere, the smell of burning rubber and petrol in the air, comradery of drivers and teams. Seeing familiar faces and catching up with clients which are now friends, it's a real buzz and a dream come true, to be working in this environment. 

My colleague has arrived, accreditations in hand, scooters ready and off we set for a weekend covering the Blancpain GT Asia series at Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia. 

Sepang International Circuit is, HUGE! Two massive straights, tight turns, and long sweeping bends. Covering a race here is exciting, and at times very challenging, it pushes you to think outside of the box. Some days are better than others, getting the creative ideas to flow is hard at times, other days, it just happens. 

For photographers to be able to work in this exciting and at times a dangerous environment comes only with the assistance of dedicated team of people who make it all happen.

Thanks to the crew at Blancpain GT series Asia and SRO Motorsport Group for their support and  hospitality over the weekend. 

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GT ASIA SEPANG

Recently I made the change from Canon to Sony and I must say I don't regret it one bit. Throughout the weekend the Sony a9 performed amazingly, super fast autofocus, lightweight and with 20 frames a second you are almost guaranteed not to miss! 20 frames a second may be an overkill but it's good to know you have that extra frame rate if you need it. The tilt screen came in handy, shooting in some positions when very low enables you to view the screen a lot easier and shoot more efficiently. Battery life was a non-issue, shooting for over 6 hours a day and still had plenty of juice left. 

Overall I am very satisfied with the Sony system, durability may be an issue long term but let's see. Being able to carry two full camera systems all day and not feel it on the shoulders, to me, is a bonus. Looking forward to trying out the Sony 400mm 2.8 once it's launched.

Gear used: Sonya9 Sony a7R3, Sony 70-200mm f/2.8 GM OSS, Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 GM OSS, Sony FE 2x Teleconverter, Sony Vertical battery grip.

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HONG KONG ELECTRIFIED

Round 1 and 2 of the 2017/2018 season, Hong Kong Formula E has come and gone. This year we were hired by the Global Sponsor, Julius Baer, and Activation Group. What an exciting event for Hong Kong, in the heart of the central business district, a stone's throw away from Victoria Harbor. Not to mention one of the worlds greatest backdrops, nestled amongst skyscrapers and luxury apartments. One can only imagine what a night race would be like in the Harbour City?

One of the greatest feelings of satisfaction is when you have completed a job exceeding your client's expectations. This can't be done without a good team around you, continuous communication, positive/negative feedback, improving or dealing with situations out of your control and overall staying professional under pressure, and, getting the job done! None of this works without planning and understanding your client's requirement weeks before an event.

As a photographer, you need to be flexible, adaptable and willing to work hard under any condition. Motorsport photography has its challenges, especially street circuits, we are quite restricted with access due to track designs and of course, safety reasons and the Hong Kong track is no exception. Keeping this in mind we need to be creative in finding angles or locations different to be able to tell the story and at the same time fulfill your client's needs. This is one of the great challenges but one of the most rewarding when you get that perfect shot!  

Thanks to a professional team at Activation Events, Julius Baer and my assistant Terence. If you would like to see more of my work please visit my website www.christiaanhart.com and follow me on Instagram @christiaanhartphotographer

Formula E Hong Kong
Formula E Hong Kong
Formula E Hong Kong
Daniel Abt, Team Audi, full steam ahead

Daniel Abt, Team Audi, full steam ahead

All eyes on the prize, Mitch Evans, Jaguar Formula E Team, fully focused Round 1. 

All eyes on the prize, Mitch Evans, Jaguar Formula E Team, fully focused Round 1. 

Julius Baer, Global Sponsor, Formula E.

Julius Baer, Global Sponsor, Formula E.

Hong Kong's famous checked yellow intersections, makes for an interesting view

Hong Kong's famous checked yellow intersections, makes for an interesting view

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Mechanical issues forced Felix Rosenqvist to spectate in practice one. 

Mechanical issues forced Felix Rosenqvist to spectate in practice one. 

A different perspective, Turn 2. 

A different perspective, Turn 2. 

Turn 2 a tight right hander off the main straight.

Turn 2 a tight right hander off the main straight.

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Formula E Hong Kong 2017
Formula E Hong Kong

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ELECTRIFYING

The count down is on! December 2nd and 3rd, Hong Kong's Central Harbour front will come alive, hosting it's second Formula E race. This year we will be covering the event for Formula E Global Partner, Julius Bar. It's going to be an action packed weekend, full of thrills and hopefully, not too many spills... Here's a few favourites from last years race.  

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Roborace, the worlds first driverless car was introduced to the streets of Hong Kong in 2016. Unfortunately due to mechanical issues, it never made the track. We did mange to capture it in action on the Kai Tak cruise terminal. 

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LIFE IN THE FAST LANE

Hong Kong is well known for it's hustle and bustle and what not a better place to host the first Formula E race of 2016/2017 season.

Hong Kong's harbour front came alive for a weekend of spills and thrills. I was contracted to cover an exciting new project by ROBORACE, a driverless race car series, yes you heard it! "Devbot" is a prototype and Hong Kong was to be its first time navigating the challenging street circuit. Unfortunately "Devbot" never made it on to the circuit. The autonomous race car is packed with technology and due to a battery failure sadly we didn't get the chance to photograph her on track.

In saying this, we had the opportunity to witness "Devbot" in action on the Kai Tak cruise terminal. The Team had a pre approved secret test late on Saturday night. I must say it was a little surreal to watch a driverless car in motion in front of the breathtaking backdrop of Hong Kong's skyline. 

Secret testing of "Devbot"  This was the first time the car was in motion in Hong Kong. 

Race day! Hong Kong debuts Formula E.

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BTS, capturing the action on turn three. 

 

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'ACCESS ALL AREAS' APEC SUMMIT 2015

2015 has been an incredible year for my photography career. Working with F8 Photography, we have covered many exciting events, and the APEC SUMMIT 2015 has definitely topped it off!

President Barack Obama arriving on stage to greet the 2015 APEC guests. 

Out of 3,000 Media and Photographers who were covering APEC, Gary and myself were the only two who had been granted full access to all areas. We are very grateful to Darren Kerr from Factor 168, Project Director and Executive Producer for APEC 2015, for allowing us this opportunity.

Our tasks were to photograph the VVIP's in a more natural and intimate environment, which included Presidents, Prime Ministers and World Business Leaders.  Our access gave us a rare opportunity to shoot back stage as the individuals were briefed and prepared to go on stage.  

Being in the presence of these VVIP's was such a buzz. To have the opportunity to photograph these individuals in a way that they are rarely seen was amazing. 

The images below represent the "behind the scenes" look into what we covered at the event.  

As these images are rare and one of a kind for this event, we apologise for the watermark to protect the images from being misused.

President of the United Sates Mr Barack Obama and Jack Ma founder of Alibaba on stage together. 

Project Director and Executive Producer Darren Kerr seated with Mr Allen Lai official MC of APEC 2015 awaiting the next VVIP to arrive in the green room.  

President of the Philippines Mr Benigno Aquino III being interview by CNN Asia Pacific Editor Mr Andrew Stevens. 

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signs the VVIP guest book back stage after his speech. 

C Y Leung, Chief Executive of Hong Kong relaxing back stage whilst his personal body guard stands close by. A very rare opportunity to get this close to VVIP's in the green room at APEC 2015.

Allan Zeman, Hong Kong business magnate seated in the centre, also known as the Father of Lan Kwai Fong, a famous bar a restaurant district located in Central Hong Kong.

Travis Kalanick founder of Uber. Photographing back stage was very unique and quiet interesting witnessing what goes on behind the scenes. 

Back stage access gave us some unique shooting angles. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

President of China Mr Xi Jinping being introduced to the crowd before his speech. 

 A highlight of the APEC SUMMIT, President Barack Obama greeting Jack Ma (Alibaba.com founder) 

Papua New Guinea Prime Minister, Mr Peter O'neil being interviewed by Haslinda Amin, News anchor for Bloomberg television. 

Founder of Air Asia Mr Tony Fernandes. 

Hong Kong's C Y Leung greeting guests. 

Mr Jack Ma, Founder of Alibaba.com presenting at APEC CEO Summit.

Security was tight, personal body guard stands backstage for Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, whats in the bag! 

President of the United Sates Barack Obama almost looking down the barrel of my camera...

Host venue of APEC CEO SUMMIT 2015, Makati Shangri-La, Manila, Philippines.

Host venue of APEC CEO SUMMIT 2015, Makati Shangri-La, Manila, Philippines.

Myself photographing in front of stage. Gary and I were the only two photographers who were granted 'full access to all areas'. 

Our cameras and security passes for APEC. All gear was checked by security every morning through scanners, dog squad and secret service also throughly checked inside and outside the lenses. 

All packed and ready for the trip in the F8 Studio. Well almost...

The above photo was the gear I used throughout APEC. We packed light for this trip which enabled us to move freely around the event venue. All lenses and 5D III fitted into the new Think Tank turn style shoulder bag, a great investment for this type of job.

Gary photographed the event with the Sony A7RII and A7SII, these were ideal for shooting in the green room as it was so dark. Some images were taken at ISO 40,000 an amazing camera system and ideal for this event.

Camera equipment used.

- 2 X Canon 5D MARK III DSLR

- EF 70-200mm F/2.8L IS II 

- 8-15mm f/4L fisheye

- EF 35mm f/1.4L

- EF 85mm 1.8 USM

- EF 24-70mm F/2.8L

For major corporate event organisation please speak to Darren Darren Kerr from Factor 168, his links below for all contact details:

Linkedin Profile - Darren Kerr

Factor 168 website

Factor 168 Facebook Page

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Heads of Halloween

Head shots series from Lan kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong. 

Barbed wired in Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong

In the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong's business district also lies the heartbeat of Hong kong's night life, Lan Kwai Fong. The place to be on any given weekend, and when there is an event on like Halloween, it's party time! Be ready for an explosion of colour, excitement and an atmosphere you need to see to believe.

This was my first year to photograph Halloween. My goal for this project was to get up close and personal with my subjects. I wanted to keep a very consistent look throughout the shoot, therefore I chose to shoot only head shots focusing in on the detailed make up, crazy attire and the vibrant eyes!

The combination of my Canon 5DIII, 50mm 1.4 and a ring flash worked perfectly for roaming through the crowd.

One of my favourites from the night. 

After setting up and scoping out the crowd my assistant and I hit the street running. To use the images on social media, websites etc we need the models to sign a model release form. This form enables us to use the images online. As a gesture to the models each one received a high res edited copy of their image.  

My assistant did a fantastic job in getting all the required information and signatures electronically on the iPhone app, this is the way to go, no pen and paper to lose!

All up I managed to get around 30 images which I was really happy with. I hope you enjoy the gallery below. 

 




CAMBODIA, CITY TO SLUMS

Phnom Penh to Kampot - what an experience!

This was my second visit to Cambodia and it was just as enlightening as the first.

My goal this trip was to shoot environmental portraits, as well as a few landscapes during the rainy season. I wanted to get up close and personal with the local people.

Cambodia offers some of the best opportunities for photography and the people are some of the friendliest and welcoming you could ever wish to meet.

Off the beaten track I came across this local farmer lady who was waiting patiently whilst her cow grazed in the rice fields.

Through my translator I chatted with her, learning more about her life.  She went on to tell me that the only picture she had ever seen of herself was when she received her Cambodian ID card.

It was a great moment and feeling to see her reaction when I showed her the portrait I took of her, I will be sure to give her a copy on my return visit. 

In the same paddy fields local kids help herd the water buffalo to the next field to graze.

The water buffalo assist farmers when plowing their rice fields.   It was great fun wading through knee-deep mud and water to get into the right position to take the shot.

Sometimes you need to get dirty to get the shot! 

Scooters were the preferred mode of transport in Kampot and this is the only way (in my opinion) to get around, reason being, there is so much to see, every roadside hut and house has something to photograph.

Whilst riding I came across some kids playing in their front yard, the game involves the kids jumping to get their feet onto the elastic bands. It’s amazing to watch how athletic they are and great to see the kids having so much fun with such a simple idea. 

I had heard about the slums in Phnom Penh and wanted to get a first hand view for myself. What an eye opener!

I visited two areas one on Silk island where there are the Vietnamese immigrants living and another area on the out skirts of Phnom Penh where a relatively large Muslim community lives on the banks of the adjoining Mekong and Tonle Slap rivers in make shift wooden huts, their only source of income is from fishing.  

 A vast difference between wealth and poverty, less than 300 meters away a 5 star hotel resort lay where international travelers enjoy a luxury lifestyle, most probably unaware or uninterested in what lies a few yards beneath them.

My first few steps into the Silk Island slum, I must admit I was a little nervous. I couldn’t have been more wrong, walking through the village the people were so friendly, kids playing soccer and chasing after their friends through wooden huts and make shift houses. Adults were offering their home cooked food and everyone greets you with a smile as I basically walked in and around their homes. 

As bad as their conditions are they are making the most of what they have and to be honest they actually look a lot happier than most people I come across in the streets of Hong Kong where I reside.

I’m not trying to make light of their situation because it is extremely sad to see in this day and age people still having to live like this, my point being even in harshest times these people still manage to have a smile on their face, I learnt a lot from my time here.

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