fishinfocus underwater photography exists to help you get more out of your underwater photography with a complete and flexible range of courses for all levels and cameras. From complete starters through to serious amateurs, we are able to support you with practical knowledge and impartial advice you can trust. We quite literally breathe underwater photography… and love any opportunity to help make taking incredible pictures underwater all the easier and more fun.
Our goal is to give you the knowledge, techniques and confidence when you need it… underwater. If you are stuck with blue or washed our colours, at a loss with how to use lighting or just not sure how to get the best result out of your camera, contact us! We can help you take photos underwater that you are proud to share.
Our approach is specific to the equipment you already own, not what you think you should own. We pride ourselves on creating underwater photography courses for you. After all, improving your photos is what we are here for! By the end of a session, you will know which buttons to press when the time for that chance encounter comes.
Our courses offer both “dry” classroom and pool sessions so you can really consolidate the skills you have learnt. Practising in and out the water in a calm, controlled environment means you really will know which buttons to press. So you can look forward to each dive with confidence.
Each of our courses is designed to address specific problems met in underwater photography that together, will guide you from holding a camera for the first time to a professional looking result. We will make sure you have high quality training materials in a variety of formats.
Why not take a moment to meet the reef, our customer built photography stage used in pool sessions!
We have carefully crafted a range of courses for all photographic experience levels, compacts through to SLR rigs. These have evolved out of our experiences as underwater photographers and handling cameras, day in day out. Each course is designed to address a specific aspect of underwater photography. Together these are the elements that have helped us improve as underwater photographers. And that means we use real examples of our successes… and failures! Meet the team today!
“Very many thanks for a very valuable and enjoyable training session yesterday. I learned a great deal.” Francis Merritt