Taba Heights is the ideal venue for underwater photography with sunshine, calm seas and crystal clear waters virtually guaranteed all year round. In 2010 the award winning Red Sea Waterworld along with well known UK Diving Journalist and Photographer; Stuart Philpott, will be offering a number of workshops for underwater photographers. Workshops will cover all aspects of photography from macro and wide angle to equipment maintenance and post editing. They are open to all levels of photographer from the virtual beginner to semi pro.
Daily sightings in Taba include Frog Fish, Lion Fish, Puffer Fish, Moray Eels, Anemone fish and Octopus. Dive sites range in depth from 6 – 20 metres and there is usually only one dive boat per mooring. With all of these factors combined you will find some of the worlds most easy and relaxed diving; a perfect grounding for the budding photo enthusiast. Quality 5-Star, half-board accommodation tops off the holiday rather nicely.
When and where will the courses be?
The workshop starts on the 12th July and runs till the 19th of July. Stuart is also offering personal one to one tuition on request which can either be held at Red Sea Waterworld: Taba or Red Sea Diving College in Sharm.
How much will the workshops cost?
The Photo Workshop Holidays are being offered through Longwood Holidays, a well established UK Tour Operator. For a full breakdown on the courses including cost, dive sites, hotel accommodation and content go to webpage or contact Stuart directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or answers to any questions.