Underwater Videography Courses
If you are a diver looking to get started with underwater videography or build upon your
existing skillset, we got you covered. Our courses are taught in small groups in Thailand.
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THE ESSENTIAL COURSE
2 days - 4 dives
INTRODUCTION TO UNDERWATER VIDEOGRAPHY
Well suited for: Beginner to intermediate divers Course prerequisite: PADI Open Water (or similar) with 15+ dives
This training course is meant to give you a short introduction to the world of underwater videography, covering camera basics, steady shooting, bouyancy control, basic post production
and color correction. Taught over the course of 2 days and 4 dives,
we also complete both theory and editing sessions on land.
Expect to have your dive and videography skills drastically improve and be capable of shooting and editing dive videos for yourself in the future.
THE PROFESSIONAL COURSE
7 days - 10 dives
ADVANCED UNDERWATER FILMMAKER TRAINING
Well suited for: Intermediate to experienced divers Course prerequisite: PADI Advanced Open Water (or similar) with 25+ dives
Learning to capture steady footage underwater takes patience and time. This training course stretches over 10 dives and covers both the basic and professional aspects of underwater videography,
giving you more time to practice and learn the different techniques necessary to capture
professional looking images. We focus on steady shooting, cinematic motion, bouyancy perfection, advanced post production and color correction.
The experience will prepare you for work in the industry, although if your goal is employment as a underwater videographer we recommend the Underwater Filmmaker Course.
THE FILMMAKER COURSE
15 days - 18 dives
TRAINING AS A UNDERWATER DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER
Well suited for: Experienced to professional divers Course prerequisite: PADI Advanced Open Water or higher, with 40+ dives
The oceans are full of stories waiting to be told. Never before in history have the sea been more accessible and our knowledge of it's inhabitants grow with each passing day. It is however more threatened than ever before by climate change, polution and human activity.
Telling these stories as a filmmaker requires you to be a highly confident diver with a true passion for the aquatic world. While having a background in cinematography certainly helps, it is not a prerequisite for the course. The training you receive prepares you for working in the industry with focus on storytelling, cinematic camera work, professional editing and color correction.