RAID offers a new underwater photography course
RAID has partnered with blue duck photography offer a new underwater photography course.
The course will cover the features to consider when buying an underwater camera to the accessories to use and how to photograph various underwater flora and fauna. According to a RAID blog post:
“Digital photography is advancing at a rapid pace, with more divers than ever keen to record their aquatic adventures, so Blue Duck Photography needed a partner dive agency that focused on high quality aquatic skills right from the start. the start. The excellent trim, buoyancy control and safety protocols highlighted RAID as the agency they wanted to connect with. Looking around, they saw that there was a dearth of up-to-date information on how a budding underwater photographer could easily learn underwater photography skills in a safe and productive way.
blue duck photography is made of Phil and Anne Medcalf in partnership with Paul “Duxy” Duxfield. Phil and Anne build on their skills learned in various underwater photography competitions and Duxy will be inspired by his 15-year career in underwater photography.
James RogersDirector of RAID UK & Malta, says:
“RAID invites the best possible authors and co-authors to write and help write our training materials, whether it’s Jill Heinerth and Steve Lewis for our Cave courses or Paul Haynes for our Rebreather Core Knowledge manual, we’re proud to have their expertise within our training platform. Paul (Duxy) and I have known and worked together for two decades, which allows me to say that I am excited about what this collaboration with the Blue Ducks team will bring to the Their passion, knowledge and experience is a perfect fit for RAID and subsequently all interested divers around the world to start or improve in underwater photography.
An online course will be available in the coming months, and the second part of the program which covers skills in the water and a RAID instructor evaluation will follow shortly.
For more information, send an email to blue duck photography at [email protected].