Underwater photography workshop in Kochi
After the very successful phase I workshop on underwater photography held at Thiruvananthapuram earlier in January, Bond Safari Kovalam is coming to Ernakulam with their second workshop. Here is your unique chance to meet and interact with the experts. The second workshop on underwater photography conducted by Bond Safari will be an eye opener for you.
The workshop will be held on February 22 at Hotel Ibis, Ernakulam. The workshop organized for photographers and enthusiasts will be your first step towards shooting that perfect picture underwater. The speakers include Anup J Kattukaran, Dr. Capt Shanthanu, Subin J Kalarikkal, Shibin Sebastian and Aneesha Bendict. The team has made a mark in studying life under the ocean and underwater photography and have years of experience in this field. They will open up the magical world of underwater photography and how you can ace it.
The workshop will introduce you to the world of Scuba diving and the equipment used for it and touch upon the marine ecosystem off the coast of Kerala. The experts will explain the cameras and various equipment that will help you shoot underwater. The aim of the workshop is to tell you what it takes to be a PADI certified underwater photographer.
Who can participate?
A photographer, a person seeking adventure, a diver, a traveler looking to tell tales of their journeys – or just about anyone who loves to take beautiful photos of life underwater. Have an eye for detail and an urge to do something different for your next wedding photoshoot? Try to take it to an entirely new level by shooting it underwater. This workshop will talk about how you can do it – and make each frame speak volumes.
For registration, Please visit http://www.bondsafarikovalam.com/workshop/
Discover the magic of underwater photography and start taking great images underwater with the team of adventurists at Bond Safari, who had conducted the World’s 1st Underwater CEO conference and India’s first Underwater Wedding in Kovalam. It’s hard not to be excited when you take the plunge under the water trying to capture the broad vistas of undersea life. Join the workshop organized by Bond Safari and get ready for some adrenaline punch.