For many of us, diving is not accessible on a regular basis. Whether you live in a landlocked state or simply don't have any good dive spots nearby, you probably only get to dive once or twice a year.
More often than not, we forget everything we've learnt by the time we go diving, and spend the first few days trying to remember while missing once in a lifetime photo ops. We also don't want to "waste" precious vacation time to learn theory and miss out on dives before we get back to the snow and daily routine.
Most importantly - sometimes a deadly virus attacks mankind and you are stuck in your house for a few months climbing the walls and dreaming about a Caribbean vacation...
That's why we offer tailor-made online courses, allowing you to learn underwater photography at the comfort of your own home, without traveling and without risking infection!
Whether you want to brush up your skills, learn the basics, familiarize yourself with a new camera or light, or deepen your knowledge on a specific aspect of underwater photography, we're here for you!
But wait! How can you learn underwater photography without diving?
Actually, what most divers don't know, is that you can learn everything you need to know about underwater photography above water!
Of course, the diving part is crucial. We need to practice what we've learnt, get used to applying all the rules and techniques while floating in mid-water and take lots of photos to learn from our mistakes.
But the actual settings, theory, composition, post processing and more essential skills can all be done dry and from home.
We highly recommend assembling your entire system, getting some marine life figurines and practicing everything you learn in different lighting conditions as a simulation for what you'll experience underwater. Don't worry, you'll get specific homework when you take our online classes :)
NOTE - By default our live courses are divided into 1-hr classes, but it's definitely possible to schedule 2-hr classes or more, depending on your schedule and preferences.