Take the the Master Scuba Diver Challenge with Kiwidiver
Do you know the difference between white balance, aperture and ISO? Do your pictures have any resemblance to your memories? If the buttons on your camera baffle you then Kiwidiver's Digital Underwater Photography Course is for you.
With PADI’s Digital Underwater Photographer Specialty course, you learn to use the PADI SEA (Shoot, Examine and Adjust) method, which takes full advantage of digital technology. The result is that you start getting good underwater photos faster in this 1 day workshop.
You not only learn how to take good photos, but how to share them with your friends via email or printing, optimizing your work with your computer, storage and more. By taking this course with us we guarantee your underwater images will never be the same again.
This is one of PADI’s most adaptable specialty courses, and can even be started during the last dive of your PADI Open Water Diver course or combined with your Enriched Air Nitrox Course.The PADI Digital Underwater Photographer certifications credits toward the Master Scuba Diver rating.
Digital Underwater Photography - Boat Course (3 Dives) 9,900 Thai Baht
Digital Underwater Photography - Beach Course (3 Dives) 7,900 Thai Baht
You Must be a PADI Open Water Diver or Junior Open Water (or have a qualifying certification from another training organization) However, you can take the course as a snorkeler and receive a nondiving certification for level 1.
Pre Course Study
Read and complete the knowledge reviews within the Digital Underwater Photography Manual.
Number of Dives
During the PADI Digital Underwater Photography course you will do two open water dives, plus a optional shore dive.
The subjects covered over the one day underwater photography program include:
■Choosing and using modern digital cameras and underwater housings
■Using the PADI SEA method for getting great shots quickly
■The three primary principles for getting good photos underwater
■Practical diving techniques
■Focusing and the perfection of focus
■White balance (camera operation permitting)
■Editing and sharing your pictures