Capturing beautiful pictures with Underwater Photography speciality
The Indonesia has one of the richest biodiversity in the world. The country lies at the crossroads of Indian and Pacific oceans and the China sea. With a volcanic activity, the seabed of Indonesia literally teeming with life. You can met large animals such as sharks, dolphins or stingrays next to tiny species like pygmy seahorses, and flabellines of juvenile fish. Whatever your focus, you still will bring back a beautiful image with Underwater Photography speciality.
I am a photographer in heart. I love beautiful images. I have my own camera, I used both for underwater photography and video. My photo and video courses are not intended only technique. Depending on your experience, I will accompany you to bring your images into another dimension : improve your diving skills, understand the photo and video gears applied to the underwater world, how to work around the constraints, etc … In order to leave express your artistic side.
Depending on your experience, I propose a training plan which lasts between 2-5 days with 2 dives per day. This is more than the specialty photography and underwater video, because I want to take you beyond the technique. Each dive is an opportunity to work on a specific point.
Each afternoon will be used to debrief your daily jobs and make a self-criticism of your images, so you’ll know how to improve your images for the future. Gradually, as the course progresses, the technique will disappear and you will tell a story.
Courses are available whole year
The Amed area offers a wide range of topics: large animals, colorful fishes, macroscopic species, shipwrecks, coral reefs, artificial reefs, etc … Courses can start all year. Whether or not you have your own camera, you can rent our camera.
You will no longer need to look at the beautiful pictures on your television. Get active. You will become writer and director of your own images. You are going to tell a story, your story. The Underwater Photography speciality is available right after your PADI Open Water certification and can be count towards the PADI Master Scuba Diver challenge.