New! Red Sea Underwater Photo Workshops

Emperor Divers is organising a series of photo workshops in the Red Sea for 2006, the first of their kind in catering for complete beginners in underwater photography with consumer cameras, as well as experienced photographers with either film or digital SLR kit.

Join photo professional, Maria Munn, for an unforgettable week that will improve your picture taking in a fun, friendly and relaxed environment on an Emperor Fleet Gold Liveaboard!

The boat will be fully kitted with an onboard digital lab, allowing photographers to download, review and enhance their images with the benefit of immediate feedback.

Maria Munn, who will advise on the ‘entry-level’ digital workshop, is experienced in photography and video and has worked on conservation projects concerning blue, humpback and killer whales as well as manta rays. In the last 12 months, she has clocked up over 200 photographic dives and is currently initiating a Manta Ray Photo ID study in Mexico's Pacific Ocean.
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Maria will also conduct short evening seminars covering a variety of subjects.

Divers will have the chance to photograph some of the Red Sea’s famous sites, learn how to develop photography skills and shoot beautiful underwater images.

The first Workshop takes place on 24 February - 3 March 2006 with further dates in June 2006. The cost of the Photo Workshop is just 175 Euros per person (approx £119 depending on exchange rates)

STOP PRESS: The first workshop is now FULL. Bookings are now being taken for June dates.

For further information, email safaris@emperordivers.com or click here to go straight to the full details on this website

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