Buoyancy and Oneon One Buoyancy Refreshers

For the underwater photographer who may have been out of the water for some time, or purchased a new wetsuit or BCD, a formal buoyancy refresher course is an ideal way to build technique and confidence all at the same time. During my photo workshops abroad I have 'invited' a number of photographers to take a buoyancy course with a dive guide. It's a simple procedure at any dive resort in the world, and the student returns with the confidence and more importantly the ability to approach a subject with care and a greater sense of responsibility.

fig. 4.6 In a genuine effort to please me the guide began to nudge this lacy Scorpion fish towards a better background; I indicated a polite 'no thanks' and carried on. Whilst this is nothing more than a recording shot with a busy background, I know it was all I could achieve. Nikon D300, f11 at1/250th sec, ISO 200, twin Z220s.

fig. 4.6 In a genuine effort to please me the guide began to nudge this lacy Scorpion fish towards a better background; I indicated a polite 'no thanks' and carried on. Whilst this is nothing more than a recording shot with a busy background, I know it was all I could achieve. Nikon D300, f11 at1/250th sec, ISO 200, twin Z220s.

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