Underwater Photography Workshop

After the success of our last Underwater Photography workshop with we are delighted to announce that this year we are running two workshops with renowned underwater photographer and videographer John Collins. The first workshop will take place on board our liveaboard, Embarr on the 11th and 12 of June and is aimed at Divers who use compact cameras. The cost for the workshop is €300 and includes B&B and lunch and all your dives. Dives will take place on board our 8.8m Rib Oisre. John will be available throughout the weekend to offer help and advise on how to improve your photography.
For further information or to Book please contact Anne 087-7903211 or email anne@oceanaddicts.ie
 
The Second workshop will be held in September and will be aimed at divers who dive with an SLR camera

John Collins Photographer
John Collins is an award-winning photographer, based in Kinsale, Co. Cork, Ireland. Originally from Limerick, he discovered photography as a teenager and with it a life-long passion to capture images of the world around us. While studying Pharmacy in Trinity College Dublin, he learned to scuba-dive with Dublin University Sub-Aqua Club and went on to gain experience both in Ireland and abroad, eventually becoming a diving instructor in 1991.
John is a graduate of the New York Institute of Photography course in professional photography. On land, John continues to work on landscape and documentary photographs, producing unique images of the beautiful areas around Kinsale and west Cork.
John specializes in Underwater Photography, particularly in his home waters and other temperate seas that are less visited and appreciated than the coral seas of the tropics. A collection of these images have been published in the book, Cool Waters Emerald Seas, published by Atrium in 2006. Many of John’s photographs have been successful in competition and are widely published internationally. As Divers we can really appreciate John’s ability to capture glimpses of our unique underwater landscape, the life that inhabits it and the ships that have been wrecked in it.

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