What equipment do I need?
You do not need a DSLR to take decent underwater pictures. But if you want to improve your photography skills you should have a camera (even a compact one) that has full manual options.
Of course, to take most cameras under water you will need an underwater housing as well. This needs to be a compatible, submersible housing (waterproof to -40 meters/130 feet, at the very least) that allows you to use all functions of the camera under water. Minimum one external strobe is a plus.THE RATES
Who is it for?
This course is designed for anyone who wants to learn (or improve in) Underwater Photography.
How long will it take?
The starters course is divided into 6 chapters. They all end with a Knowledge Assessment consisting of 5 questions. It is best to start the following chapter after you have successfully answered the 5 Knowledge Assessment questions of the previous chapter. I also suggest not to wait too long between ending a chapter and starting the next one.
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TO CONTINUE YOUR PURCHASE, YOU MUST AGREE TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
By enrolling into this course you are agreeing to relieve Beyond Scuba, including the creators of this course or any of the Beyond Scuba staff, of any liability for injuries, accidents (with or without deadly outcome) or damages (to – but not limited to - camera equipment) caused by reading or watching or attempting any of the actions or instructions presented in this course.
Furthermore, this course does not teach you to dive and therefor Beyond Scuba, including the creators of this course or any of the Beyond Scuba staff, will not be held responsible for any injuries, accidents or damages caused by diving, preparing to dive or any action related to diving (including –but not limited to traveling, boating, swimming, snorkelling, etc.) or taking a camera along during a dive.
It is entirely up to the student to know his/her limits, level of experience, level of comfort in and under water and readiness to take a camera along in the conditions presented at the time of diving.