“Swimmer VS Frogwoman” – test video [15th video of Project F – 2nd video shoot]

So, it’s time for the fourth video of the 2nd video shoot of “Project F”!

As mentioned in the previous posts the videos from that shoot will be pretty short, but action-packed as we tried some simple action scenarios.

In this video, you can find 2 takes as we tried a “Swimmer VS Frogwoman” scenario.


Swimmer Kara and Frogwoman Lucy in “Swimmer VS Frogwoman”, 1080p, 60 frames, 1:47 minutes


Some preview pictures:

(click to enlarge)


+ a short teaser:

Video contains:

1 frogwoman, 1 swimmer with a snorkel mask, neoprene, 2 smooth skin wetsuits, scuba peril, scuba fight, modern scuba gear,

1 hood, fins


Lethal or non-lethal ending for at least one of them?

Spoiler title

Background info:

I think the “Swimmer VS Diver” scenario is always interesting even though most of these rare scenarios in the movies end with the death of the swimmer in 99% of all cases.

I would like to build in some surprises in a long, scripted version so it won’t be the standard outcome. Or maybe the expected outcome and some surprises on the way to it. I won’t spoil it here 😉

In these two test takes, we tested that scenario.

Several problems make this scenario challenging.

First of all the swimmer has no air source underwater (surprise!) and therefore she can’t stay down for long during such a fight. That makes filming more difficult of course.

We tested in the shallow end of the pool to stay on the safe side. In the long and scripted version, I would like to use the deep end.

The swimmer has no weights, so she is very buoyant, especially as she is wearing a full neoprene suit here which increases her buoyancy. The diver must pull her underwater and keep her there… which isn’t very easy.

In the full-scripted long video, we will add more weights to the frogwoman, which should help, even if it will make normal swimming more difficult for her. Perhaps she will wear a 2nd weight belt that she would drop once her evil job is finished. 😉

The snorkel mask we used here isn’t so good for the scenario.

At the end of take 1, the mask started to fill with water, which wasn’t supposed to happen as Frogwoman Lucy didn’t attack it prior.

Maybe we use swimming goggles for the long, scripted video.



Fun facts:

At the very end of take 2, you can see how Kara yanked the mask of Lucy away from her face so it flooded completely.

The first time that Frogwoman Lucy was blind underwater and close to defeat.



I used some filters (10% more brightness in gamma and gain, text).


Where to watch it?

It will be available again in July in the VIP club!

Here is a quick overview of the content of this month:



…get the video any time you want:



You can download these videos, but only for personal use.

Don’t share them with anyone…. anywhere!

It’s pretty simple, I had to spend a lot of money:

All that scuba gear, location rent, and the money for the frogwomen….

If I don’t make enough money with these videos….. I won’t be able to make new videos at some point.

So…. I hope you appreciate these videos and want to see more in the future!



I invested quite some money in a modern FFM!

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2 thoughts on ““Swimmer VS Frogwoman” – test video [15th video of Project F – 2nd video shoot]”

  1. I’m a retired US MD, SCUBA diver and NAUI Instructor since 1982 and love it profoundly. I appreciate all your expense, creativity and hard work in doing so, but what is your purpose for taking videos time after time in the pleasant but uninteresting confines of a light blue tiled swimming pool? I love watching beautiful attractive, sexy women divers in wetsuits as much as anyone on Earth, but why a pool? Thank you, Dr. J (Ret. US MD)

    • Well, certainly I would love to film in the ocean with great views and visibilities and some nice fishes and sharks… but that is just not realizable for me here in Germany.
      Here we have the cold North sea with (mostly) shitty visibility, it’s not Florida or the Mediterranean.
      Of course, if I would have a huge budget I could fly all my gear there and film there…. but I don’t have that kind of money.
      The pool is just the background setting. The action and the women are the most important aspects for me.
      These are fetish videos, not nature documentaries ;-). Keep the focus on the foreground.
      And a pool has quite a lot of advantages over the ocean when it comes to filming such scenes:
      Great visibility, no hassle with the weather, it’s much safer, a controlled environment, it’s private…. and most of all: It’s available here…all year long!
      And now with the deep pool location, there is also enough room in comparison to the standard pools with just 2 meters depth or less.
      But….I do wanna film in a lake nearby here next year. Let’s see how the results will be.


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