This is a two-part short introductory course that combines classroom theory and also an underwater practical element.
Part One – Comprises of Classroom Theory with H.E. Ali bin Thalith. All students are required to participate in this short, but mandatory, safety briefing, regardless of previous experience. This first part of the course will also provide information about taking photos underwater. This part is expected to last between 60 and 90 minutes.
Part Two- Commencing on Saturday morning from 10:00 am students will take on the physical underwater photography and practice under guidance in our giant tank.
Shooting underwater has its challenges, due to the properties of water. Understanding these properties is essential to understand the basics of underwater photography.
- Amount of light. It is generally more difficult to shoot in low light, although low light can be helpful for some creative effects such as panning or showing motion.
- Color of the light
- Direction of light
- Amount of diffusion or softness
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Fri 24 NOV 2017 – 5:00 PM
Start time: 17:00 p.m.
End time: 18:30 p.m.
Venue: Workshop Zone - Room 4