You can live in one of the most magical islands in the world and learn underwater photography.
During these four weeks you will explore through the most iconic dive sites of this tropical paradise while being taught by a professional underwater photographer, who will coach you from a beginner to a professional level.
We lived and worked in Southeast Asia for over two years and between all the options we had to find the best place for this course the decision to come back to Tulamben was very easy. This small fishing town is home for some of the most amazing shore dives in the world. You can easily find Nemo to all types of critters or even families of bump head parrotfish swimming around a WWII shipwreck. It is the perfect set up for learning underwater photography. To make this experience even more unforgettable the last week of the course we will be heading to Nusa Lembongan, a small island surrounded by coral reefs with close to 600 species of reef fish plus the chance to photograph giant Manta rays.
- 21 dives in Tulamben area, including the world famous Liberty wreck
- 8 dives in Nusa Lembongan, including two boat trips to Manta point
- 1 snorkel in Manta point
- 2 night dives in Tulamben
- Free Nitrox
- Accommodation in shared bungalows (private rooms available with extra cost)
- Underwater photography tutorials, presentations and photo reviews
- Lightroom tutorials
- Sony Mirrorles camera with macro and wide-angle lenses with Sea&Sea housing and strobes
- Dive equipment (BCD, regulator, wetsuit, fins and mask)
- All food during weekdays (breakfast, lunch and dinner), breakfast during weekends (lunch and dinner will not be provided during weekends so tehat the students will go out to new places and help the local economy).
- Transportation- Airport pickup
- Transport from Tulamben to Nusa Lembongan
- Transport from Nusa Lembongan back to airport
- All course related transportation
- – Flights
- – Visas
- – Weekend activities
- – Diving courses
- – Personal computer with Lightroom installed
- – Hard drive to save your pictures (optional but recommended to have a backup)
- – Tips for crew, captains and staff