Shooting Tank at Bigfoot Underwater Studio

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Shooting Tank at Bigfoot Underwater Studio

May 31, 2010 10:15 am

Picasso needed a paintbrush for his masterpieces. NASA needed space rockets to put man on the moon. Sir Isaac Newton needed his apple to prove gravity. In the industry of underwater studios we need a shooting tank as our tool for perfection. In this blog we will look at the heart of Bigfoot Underwater Studios, our shooting tank The Shooting Tank was built in 2007 for the soul purpose of creating underwater productions. From simple photo shoots to full-blown action movies the shooting tank was designed to accommodate both large and small-scale productions. The Key advantage to having a shooting tank is that it offers a controlled environment for people to work in compared to the open ocean where weather, visibility and swell can all lead to big delays in production schedules.

Our Shooting Tank holds a gargantuan 660,000 cubic feet of water and is the largest shooting tank in Asia. At 16 meters (52.5ft) long and 5 meters (16.5ft) deep it offers a huge area of underwater workspace. During shooting for the Bigfoot action movie

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