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WATC Shoot in May 2006

   
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May 24, 2006

Plankton Productions successfully tendered for and was contracted to do a major HD promotional shoot of Ningaloo Reef for the West Australian Tourism Commission. The shot list we were given requested scenes of our underwater model Yasmine swimming with Manta Rays, Whale Sharks, Turtles, Giant Sand Rays, Cuttlefish, Baitfish Schools, Coral, Reef Fish and whatever we could find.

With perfect weather conditions throughout all of May, an awesome amount of big animal action (and a lot of luck), the shoot was a total success and ended up being the most creative and productive filming expedition we have ever done to this incredible marine region.

David Hannan Productions has the largest High Definition library archive of Ningaloo in the World and is dedicated to supporting sustainable marine eco tourism in the area. Special thanks are owed to Coral Bay Adventures and Ningaloo Experience for their invaluable professional support.




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