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Underwater Videography - Enabling Your Creativity

CALL FOR MODELS....we are looking for female volunteers to model for photo sessions for us in return be pampered and receive a great set of digital pictures   

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This is a speciality course designed to hone and perfect your buoyancy skills, and if you are an experienced diver or someone who is looking to get into underwater imaging for the first time this course is a must. Learn to control your movement with pin-point precision a MUST for tack sharp and rock steady shots – as well as protecting the delicate marine environment.

See the PADI site for more information on the course https://www.padi.com/scuba-diving/padi-courses/course-catalog/specialty-diver/peak-performance-diver/

  • Open Water
  • 9,800 THB
  • 4 Days
  • Your first level of open water dive certificationThe minimum certification you can have before taking ANY form of underwater video or photography training.
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  • Advanced Open Water
  • 8,500 THB
  • 2 Days
  • For those who want to gain more experience and independence in the water.The minimum certification requirement for our speciality courses.
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  • Rescue
  • 13,500 THB
  • 4 Days
  • With Emergency First Response (EFR) Gain key knowledge on how to deal with potentially life threatening situations, calmly and effectively.
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  • P.P.B
  • 6,500 THB
  • 1 Day
  • Any underwater imager worth their salt has impeccable buoyancy skills.Fine tune yours with this Peak Performance Buoyancy speciality.
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  • Side Mount
  • 14,000 thb
  • 2 Days
  • Flexibility of diving setup and independence, the holy-grail for all dive imagers. Learn to dive with new tank configurations.
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  • Solo Diver
  • 12,000 THB
  • 4 Days
  • The ultimate in self-sufficiency learn how to manage the risks associated with solo diving effectively and safely. Complete imaging freedom.
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For those that wish to operate as  freelance videographers the minimum experience requirements are that you are an Emergency First Response and Rescue Diver with at least 50 logged dives, with all your own diving equipment.

It is also worth noting that if you are taking a gap year or considering further education then you may be able to gain college credit for  PADI scuba diving courses.