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Cabrera XIV wreck in National Geographic

In the February issue of National Geographic Spain is been published and article about the work with the IBEAM in the Roman wreck Cabrera XIV. This Roman shipwreck has remained hidden for 2000 years under the waters of Cabrera archipelago (Mallorca). We were lucky enough to be the first to dive there. In the Nat Geo article appears the “orthophoto”, a zenithal image of the complete wreck, for which we need two dives and more than 1000 photographs. The amount of detail is amazing. A great team work with Joseba Alberdi, Javier Rodriguez, Sebastia Sebastià Munar Llabrés, Enrique Aragon, Jaume […]


Sea&Sea Internal Correction lens: the best solution… to date!

Rectilinear wide-angle lenses are one of the biggest nightmares for full-frame UW photographers. The main reason is the lack of image corner sharpness when using these lenses behind a dome port (it also happens with other sensor sizes but in a minor grade). When I am talking about wide-angle lenses I refer about lenses ranging from 14 to 24mm, and the wider the lens the more evident are corner aberrations. Underwater photographers, we tend to use the wider lens that we can, in order to be as close as possible to the subject and get a better contrast and sharpness, […]


Portfolio in Plongée Mag nº 72!

  The latest issue of Plongée Mag is just out… Inside there’s my portfolio about blue water life. My photo choice was about my two favorite seas: the Mediterranean and the Macaronesian Atlantic, ¡mostly from Santa Maria !!! You can buy the magazine at: