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  • Stephane Barbier

    This video is a short version of our last work : "Carpe Diem". It's a short-film dedicated to the Ocean and its wonderful inhabitants...and also to our colleagues and friends video-photographers.....enjoy - Filmed by Nino Del Duca and Andrey Pavlov (Canon C300, 5D MKIII, 7D) - Editing and Pictures by Nino Del Duca - Music courtesy of MOBY Sharkman Video Productions - Copyright © 2014 Nino Del Duca - All Rights Reserved

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