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By Blog Editor on Friday, September 05, 2008

Article by vianne Venter

Published in The Callsheet - September 2008



CAPE Town-based underwater cinematographer, Charles Maxwell, has worked on numerous marine documentaries over the past 21 years, including the Emmy Award winning episode of The Blue Planet, Seas of Life; Planet Earth: Shallow Seas; and Air Jaws, which captured spectacular footage of great white sharks breaching in False Bay. With more than 40 years of diving experience, he is the first port of call for clients from the BBC, National Geographic, Discovery Channel and Mythbusters when it comes to marine wildlife on the South African coastline. Charles surfaced for a chat about his underwater adventures.
By Blog Editor on Monday, August 04, 2008
Its been a winter season of mixed outcomes. The work has been interesting with. Besides the normal short shoots I have been on three big and challenging shoots.
By Blog Editor on Thursday, July 19, 2007
Sun., July 29 at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT (Encore Presentation)
Will punching a shark deter it? Can you use sharkskin as sandpaper? Are sharks really scared of their own image?
Emmy
2002 Emmy Award
Winner for Outstanding
Cinematography
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