1-Day Underwater Photo Workshop
From $275 USD
Colors don’t come out the way you expected, the focus is elusive and even the nudibranchs seem to run away from the camera. All the different settings sound so confusing and how do you handle all of that while equalizing, breathing, keeping your buoyancy and staying the group?
What do I need to know?
What will I see during the dives?
I want to know more
During this 1-day workshop, I will teach you the methods I developed for getting great results right away, so you can feel proud when showing them around to family and friends, and hang some beautiful prints on your house walls.
The dive site we will visit is a shore dive, known for an abundance of species such as pufferfish, lobster, rainbow wrasse, spotted stingrays, moray eels, blennies, arrow crabs, banded coral shrimp, sea horses, frogfish and more!
Cozumel is one of my favorite places for underwater photography. It’s easily accessible from anywhere in North America, there are plenty of dive sites to choose from, the reefs are spectacular, visibility is mind-blowing and the diving is great year-round. Yes, even during “hurricane season”.
Understand camera settings and how to adjust them for different types of shots (Shutter speed, aperture, ISO etc.)
Types of underwater lighting.
Proper use and positioning of UW strobes.
Composition and framing.
Shooting RAW – Why and how.
Shooting macro subjects, how to spot them, focusing techniques, using close-up lenses.
Lenses – For DSLR / Mirrorless shooters and wet lenses for compact shooters.
Post-processing – Editing your images to get the most out of them (Mostly using Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom and Camera RAW). General pointers will be given for working with free software as well.
Open water diver. No photography experience needed.
2 dives (shote or boat)
Tanks and weights
maximum of 4 people per instructor.