Services available to you
We have a team of professional underwater photographers and videographers from Fisheye Underwater Productions working with us. They offer a range of services from photography and video packages of your dives that you can take as memories and show family and friends. They also offer a range of courses for underwater photography and video. They are very popular so make sure you book in advance!
Courses and programs.
- Discover video / photo
Never tried diving with a camera before? Try our “discover” course! one day diving with a camera and a short editing introduction to entice you into this exciting new activity.
**If you are interested in a course over a few days then please enquire, we can design and schedule a course to your needs.
- Pro level videographer program
Designed for advanced and above divers, with at least 60 dives. This program has a few options. The initial course is 10 days, with optional 5 day extra courses available to you after completion.
Our instructors will teach you how to film at a professional level underwater. An intense course showing you all the different filming and editing techniques needed to create short documentary style videos, edited professionally to music. The optional extra 5 day courses include Documentary filming and Dive centre videographer specialties.
For more details please go to our website www.fisheyeunderwater.com
About the Photographers
Fisheye Underwater Productions works closely with Deep Blue Dive Seafari providing a professional level of souvenir photos and videos of your dives. Pauline (France) and Simon (England) are both professional underwater videographers and photographers with a passion for the ocean. With experience from many dive centers around the world, they will make your dives unforgettable catching the best of them on camera
Code of conduct
By all means dive with a camera, its great fun recording the underwater world and what you find on your dives, but please, follow our code of conduct and help us preserve our reefs
- Practice buoyancy control before using a camera to avoid landing on or damaging corals and life
- Secure gauges, regulators and any other equipment that could get caught in / dragged over reef causing damage.
- Assess the area and situation before approaching a shot. Position yourself and your camera without touching the reef.
- Learn to back fin slowly so you reverse away from reef safely and easily.
- Avoid stirring up sediment by gently lowering fins onto the sand (after assessing to make sure no life is hiding in the sand).
- When leaving, use your buoyancy to leave the area. No taking pictures of something, then kicking it by accident when leaving, or leaving a massive sand cloud.
- Being still and patient can mean animals relax in your presence and start acting naturally.
- No harassing or touching animals, this can add stress making them defensive or even aggressive.
- No touching or holding onto corals for support.
- NO moving objects for a better shot.
- Just because you have a go pro on the end of a stick does not mean you have the right to distress animals by getting too close.
- Remember to check your air and NDL often when using a camera, we know how much fun it is and you can easily forget!
- Share your pictures, show people, spread the word about safe and eco friendly diving practices; we need to look after the reefs so we can return to take more pictures.
Thanks for reading, and happy snapping! The Fisheye Underwater Productions Team.