UNDERWATER DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CERTIFICATION
Continuing Education - Specialty Training 2012:
If you are looking for a new way to expand your diving experience and to create lasting memories, then underwater photography is for you! With today's "point and shoot" digital equipment, underwater photography has never been easier or more affordable.
Find out about the latest developments in digital technology and learn techniques that are guaranteed to give you great photographic results. This is the quick and easy way to master the skills for taking great underwater shots!
Develop essential skills including:
- How to select the best Photographic System for your needs and budget
- How to care for and protect your Digital Camera
- How to care for and protect your Underwater Housing
- How to care for and protect your Underwater Lighting System
Plus special information and techniques designed to improve your underwater photography:
- Advanced photographic techniques
- Three essential principals to taking great underwater shots
- Identifying ideal photographic subjects
- Improving composition and layout
- Lighting your underwater subject
DEEP DIVER Course Information:
PRE-REQUISITES: Open Water Diver Certification
INCLUSIONS: SSI Course Manual & DVD, Theory Session/Critique, Open Water Training Dives, SSI Specialty Diver Cert. Card
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS: Scuba Equipment, Digital Camera and Strobe Light (available for hire)
HIRE CAMERA SYSTEMS (OPTIONAL): Sea&Sea 8 megapixel digital cameras & underwater housings, wide angle lenses, underwater strobes/flash.
LOCATION: Sydney or Port Stephens (Nelson Bay).
This course can be held in conjunction with Sub Aquatics' WEEKEND SAFARIS to Port Stephens or Jervis Bay.
PRICE: $210.00 (excluding camera hire), $350.00 (including Sea&Sea didital camera/housing, strobe and wide angle lens) PLUS (OPTIONAL) cost of Sub Aquatics' WEEKEND SAFARIS to Port Stephens or Jervis Bay
NEXT COURSE START DATE: Contact the Dive Centre on 9570 4222.
Complete this and three other Specialty Courses, plus log a total of 24 dives to earn your Advanced Diver Certification.
Complete your Advanced Diver and Stress & Rescue Diver Certifications, plus log a total of 50 dives to earn your Master Diver Certification!