We have only a couple of remaining spots for this intensive workshop in May 2013, intended to help serious underwater shooters become more comfortable with pursuing wide angle photography wherever they are, whatever conditions they encounter.
Lembeh has always been known for amazing critter life, but its wide angle often goes unsung. We're planning to change that! Andy and I traveled to Lembeh last spring specifically to scout out the best wide angle opportunities in Lembeh - egg-laying squid, curious cuttlefish, soft-coral laden reefs, and some incredible shipwrecks - and we can't wait to show them off.
As far as the macro goes? Well, there is a reason everyplace else is compared to Lembeh
This exclusive trip is only open to a very small group so there is plenty of opportunity for learning and interaction. Every other day, divers will have the opportunity to pursue wide-angle photography at these sites on limited-load boats, with plenty of time remaining to photograph amazing macro and critter life. We'll be giving breakfast seminars several times during the trip, as well - subjects will include close-focus wide angle and underwater modeling, among others.
Only $2500 (per person, double occupancy) covers 9 nights in an ocean view room the luxurious Lembeh Resort, 3 limited-load boat dives daily, unlimited shore diving, photo seminars, all meals, and transfers to and from the airport in Manado. Alcohol, gratuities, and flights to and from Manado are not included. A nonrefundable deposit of $850 holds your spot.
For more information, check out the links below or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Allison Vitsky Sallmon and Andy Sallmon
Edited by vetdiver, 24 October 2012 - 05:42 AM.