Compact digital underwater photo workshops - improve your skills

Ocean Visions and Emperor Divers are continuing their successful Underwater Photography Trips this June on an Emperor Gold Fleet Liveaboard especially designed for divers with compact digital cameras.

Join photo professional, Maria Munn, for an unforgettable week that will improve your picture taking in a fun, friendly and relaxed environment.

These photo workshops are a fun, friendly and relaxed way to learn about, and improve, your underwater photographic skills with the genuine personal touch. Accessories will be onboard to try out at a small charge, as well as an onboard digital lab for downloading photographs and instant feedback, combined with evening slideshows of guest’s pictures – all set to music.

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 trip in February was an outstanding success. The next trips will be sailing from Marsa Alam taking in the beautiful areas of Fury Shoals and Elphinstone in the Southern Red Sea.

The cost of the Photo Workshop is just 175 Euros per person (approx £119 depending on exchange rates). And you can also take the PADI Digital Underwater Photography Specialty course whilst on the trip at an extra cost.

For further information and to book, email

And to show you just what can be achieved, here are the 'before' and 'after' photos of Benji Smith who was on the February Photo Workshop with Maria:

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Before Maria worked her magic

After Photo by Benji Smith_sm.jpg
And after Maria worked with Benji - what a difference!



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