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28, Aug, 2011

Underwater Photographer Course – Revised and Updated

Posted in Camera & Setup Tips, Course News, Latest News, Liquid Lense, Liquid Lense Courses, Underwater Photography Tips by tasha

Liquid Lense has revised and updated the Underwater Photographer Course for this coming season!

The Underwater Photographer Course is a 3-day underwater digital photography course covering all the skills and training you need to take fantastic underwater photos.

The Underwater Photographer Course is designed for divers thinking about taking up underwater photography as a serious hobby. It will provide you with an excellent grounding in underwater photography and plenty of useful knowledge & techniques.

 

What will I learn in the Liquid Lense Underwater Photographer Course?

Underwater Photographer CourseThe course includes an introduction to cameras and underwater set-up techniques. Learn how to use and care for underwater camera systems. Learn basic underwater photo skills, including techniques for taking great shots.

This course is designed for divers thinking about taking up underwater photography as a serious hobby. It will provide you with an excellent grounding in underwater photography and plenty of useful knowledge & techniques.

With a little more practice, you will soon be able to capture eye grabbing photos, to not only impress your friends, but to publish on the web or even enter into competitions.

Liquid Lense run a range of underwater photography and videography courses to suit all levels. Have a look at our Photography Academy and Video Academy and please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Ko Lanta is the best place to base yourself if you want to take underwater photographs at some of the top dive sites in Thailand. With spectacular reefs, unmatched marine diversity and great visibility, Ko Lanta offers the convenience of day diving with the chance to enjoy the relaxed and laid-back atmosphere of island life.

Underwater Sunburst

 


 

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