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PADI Digital Underwater Photographer

PADI Digital Underwater Photographer

PADI Digital Underwater Photographer Course with Aussie Divers Patong Phuket Thailand

Learn more about the PADI Digital Underwater Photographer Course with Aussie Divers.

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Great underwater photography is becoming easier and more affordable as technology advances. Previously only great underwater shots were taken by professionals with big cameras. Now with the advent of compact cameras with high performance and high quality, great photos can now be taken by scuba divers of just about any level. Imagine experiencing some awesome dives in Phuket whether it is a day trip or liveaboard and being able to take some magical photos back home to your friends and family.

Underwater photography is one of the most popular diving specialties, and the rise of digital underwater photography has made it easier and more fun than ever. The PADI Digital Underwater Photographer course gets you going quickly with today modern digital equipment. Whether you use a point-and-shoot snap camera or a sophisticated D-SLR like the pros.

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The Fun Part

It’s a great way to relive the adventures you’ve had. Plus capture images to share with your friends and family.

What You Learn

We will assist you in selecting the best camera and housing for your budget.
Use PADI SEA system for getting great shots that you will be proud of
The three primary principles for good underwater photos

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Beautiful Nudibranch Aussie Divers Phuket

What to do Next

Two excellent specialties to pair with underwater photography are the PADI Enriched Air Diver course which allows you to extend your time underwater so you have more time to capture images.

You may also find the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy course gives you helpful tips to optimize your weighting and skills so you’ll be in better position to capture that perfect picture.

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