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Joseph Bicanic

Mexico 15 Sites in 3 Minutes

Filmed and edited by Joseph Bicanic – Perth Scuba Technical Diving Instructor
Snippets from 15 Cave Diving Sites near and around Tulum, Mexico.

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Explore the diving in Esperance

Filmed, edited and written by Joseph Bicanic – Perth Scuba Videography Instructor

After the success of Perth Scuba’s Esperance trip in January 2012, Lee and Joey are putting on another great weekend of diving in one of WA’s premier sites. I was stoked when asked to be Tour Leader as I so enjoyed the last trip. […]

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Joseph works the Scubapro Seawing Gorilla Fins

written by Joseph Bicanic – Perth Scuba Instructor
As an Underwater Videographer and Instructor I am careful about the type of fins I use and recommend. There are several excellent fins out there that serve different purposes. So selecting one set of fins, to do a multitude of tasks, is not as simple as it may […]

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Julian Rocks, Byron Bay

Video filmed and edited by:   Joseph Bicanic, Perth Scuba PADI Instructor
If you would love your underwater videos to look as good as Joseph’s, Contact Us to book onto one of Joseph’s exciting underwater videography courses!
 

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We went diving in Shark Cave!

The Water episode 11, featuring Perth Scuba’s Lee Johnson, Joey Pool (underwater photography), Nathan Patterson & Joseph Bicanic (underwater videography).
Special Guest Tim Nicol from the Conservation Council of Western Australia.

Got a question about anything you saw in tonight’s episode? Contact us for more information.
 

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Underwater Festival Fringe Event WA Photo Competition

Held annually, the 5th Underwater Festival™ 2011 (UF11) will be the biggest one yet. With the tagline ‘The Australasia Challenge’ it incorporated an Australasia-wide simultaneous photo and video shootout competition like no other with nearly U$150,000 in prizes.
UF11 will featured a shootout competition that happens simultaneous all over Australasia – 25 countries spanning both hemispheres […]

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