||Saddle up! The new workhorse from Aquatica is being introduced!
The Aquatica Team is proud to introduce you to the Aquatica A5D Mk III housing for the acclaimed Canon 5D Mk III. Our Design team has upped the game with this recently released camera. New features have been added to this housing to improve operation and compatibility, but importantly, this precision housing is the product of a very time proven lineage of underwater camera housing. 30 years of knowledge in this field has made sure that every aspect of the housing ergonomics and access to all controls were carefully implemented. The final result of this camera housing mirrors the constant evolution of technology and the input of highly respected professionals image makers from around the world.
To read the full press release, click here.
||Christopher Hirsch and his wife Jen, both newcomers to underwater imaging, have recently posted some videos from their dive on an oil Platform in California, while this is among their first try, it certainly has the flavor of the work expected from veterans and is well worth taking a look at.
The footage was shots using a Nikon D7000 in our Aquatica AD7000 housing.
Links to videos:
||Good news! Aquatica is now on Facebook, this will prove to be a marvelous platform for sharing info and keeping up with the latest news, we all invite you to share and send us your comments, stories and adventures. Facebook, as well as being a superb communication tool, is also a most efficient way to get the latest news to you, so sign up, be friendly and come and visit!
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Tim Rock, a long-time owner of Aquatica housings, and the popular writer of many of the Dive destination guides available on the shelf of your favorite dive store, has just taken possession of an Aquatica Close up kit and kindly reviewed it in detail in his Guam & Micronesia Dive Travel column. His deep knowledge of underwater photography make this review and Tim’s insight, that much more interesting to read.
To read about is impression and see the images taken with the Aquatica Close Up Kit, click here and make sure to visit his website.
Our Aquatica gallery member, Damien Siviero, has just sent us a nice video on Cave Diving.
Damien is a long time user of Aquatica user based in Australia, the footage was shot in Florida.
||Dive Photo Guide is featuring is a beautiful series of images with dolphins and models shot in B&W by Aquatica Gallery members Christian Vizl, to see more of his work please visit his website.
||Congratulations to Dale Sanders for is outstanding BEST OF SHOW winning shot in the DEEP Indonesia 2012 Photography Contest. The shot is of an Arctic reefscape. Dale not only won the best of show award, but also Gold in the Reefscapes Category and Gold in the Diver Category, edging Jeff Honda in this category, the silver medalist, who is another Aquatica user and frequent contest winner.
Dale’s shot was made using a Canon 5D Mk II used in a Aquatica housing while on expedition for the upcoming One World One Ocean IMAX film "TO THE ARCTIC 3D"... by MacGillivray Freeman Films. He was back up in the arctic this past summer shooting underwater video of narwhals along the ice flow edge for a Japanese television show, using none other than his trusty 5D Mark II in our Aquatic housing!
Dale Sanders has been shooting with the Canon 5D Mk II in the Aquatica 5D Mk II housing since the housing was introduced a few years ago. To see more of Dale’s work go to his website: www.dalesanders.info or follow his travel blog: www.daleisanders.blogspot.com
||Congratulations to Nuno Sá, one of our long time Aquatica users, who just landed the cover of the Scuba Diving Magazine 20th Anniversary cover. The stunning blue shark picture was done at point blank using a fisheye, close indeed, and was taken with an Aquatica A7D housing. This is what Nuno had to say about the shot:
"Blue Sharks are one of my favourite subjects in this mid-Atlantic underwater Oásis called Azores. Fast, elegant and curious, this was my first dive with this species and one of my first dives with the Aquatica 7D, and a real treat. Fast focusing camera, and the excellent close focusing Tokina 10-17, makes this species surprisingly easy to capture as it patrols the clear blue waters of the Azores."
To see more of Nuno’s work follow this link: http://www.photonunosa.com
Tim Rock is just back from a trip on the Kona Aggressor (Aquatica is an official supplier to the Aggressor and Dancer fleet). Tim is as highly published photographer and writer he is known for the many books he's written and illustrated on dive destination, and for his magazine articles as well.
He is a long time Aquatica user and gallery member who is based on the pacific island of Guam.
His latest crop is well worth the look here.
||MARTY WOLFF USES AQUATICA D700 TO CAPTURE HUMPBACK WHALES
Marty Wolff has just returned from a very fruitful humpback whale trip off the coasts of Hawaii’s Islands. His images speak volumes of this majestic animal and his talent for capturing them on camera. The images where done with a Nikon D700 in an Aquatica AD700 housing with a 16mm fisheye. Visit website »
||MAURICIO HANDLER'S REPORT on CLOSE-UP LENSES
Mauricio Handler returned recently from a field trip on Saba Island. Part of this trip was devoted to testing the new Close Up Lenses from Aquatica, and we asked him to answer a few frequently asked questions about Close Up Lenses (AKA wet diopter). Please click on the thumbnails below for larger views. Click here for the FAQ.
|Macro port diopter mount with a 5x diopter lens installed on an Aquatica D3s housing with a 105macro lens.
||This is a 1:1 shot of a Pike Blenny shot on the lava sands of Saba Island, Netherlands Antilles with my Aquatica D3s housing + macro port for 105VR lens. This is as close to the subject as I could get with the Nikon 105VR lens a life sized image.
||Adding a +5 diopter to my 105macro VR lens on a Nikon D3s DSLR made all the difference in the world. Now the Pike Blenny comes
to life, details are up close and personal! A +10 diopter would have been too much for this size fish so I chose the +5. Notice the shallow depth of field when using diopters of this magnification. I focused on the eye only letting the depth of field fall off nicely.
Exposure for this final image is aprox 180th/sec f11 ISO 200 with dual Ikelite DS160 Strobes @ -3 setting (less than a 1/4 power).
|Mauricio Handler photographing a Pike Blenny with the new Aquatica +5 diopter in an Aquatica D3s housing with a 105VR macro lens.
||HD WAVE UNDERWATER HOUSING REVIEW
Bart Lukasik who has purchased a HD wave video housing recently was kind enough to provide us with a field review of the latest HD Wave CX 560 & CX 700 housing. To read the review click here.
To see Bart’s work please follow this link http://bartlukasik.tumblr.com/contact.
To learn more about this Amphibico housing click here.
||B17 Flying Fortress wreck as filmed by Alex Kvarantan
Alex shot this video in 73 meters of water using the Aquatica AD7 housing for the Canon 7D. The wreck dates back to WWII and is a very challenging dive. Alex selected Aquatica for its stellar reputation in the world of technical diving, with a 90 meter off-the-shelf depth rating that can be upgraded to 130 meters, large knurled knob insure that his housing control are easily accessible, whatever type of glove he is wearing.
To see more of Alex outstanding work, make sure to visit his website http://www.underwater-abyss.com/.
To watch the video, click here.
||Todd Mintz, a Canadian based underwater photographer who does quite a lot of work in the northern part of the hemisphere, recently did a couple of interesting trip, Todd who shoot with an Aquatica A7D housing for his Canon 7D somehow wanted to push the envelope with our equipment, the Arctic seemed the ideal place to do so! Following are some of images taken while on assignment in the Canadian Arctic and some from the majestic Port Hardy region in British Columbia. We are happy to report that Todd's housing performed flawlessly, as they should, throughout both trips.
We, at Aquatica, pride ourselves at having the toughest proving ground of any housing manufacturers out there, if it works in our testing environment, then rest assured that your housing will work anywhere in the world. To see more of Todd's images please visit our Aquatica Gallery or his website.
Congratulations to Pasi Lensu, for his 3rd-place in the Fresh Water section of the 2011 Epson World Shootout. Pasi I uses a T2i housing as a tool for expressing his talent, his working environment is the cold water of Finland, which much like Canada, where his housing was design and manufactured, is known for the ruggedness of its diving condition. Cold water divers are typically much more task loaded and burdened by the equipment they need to bring and use underwater, this makes every single image taken, that much more appreciated due to the harsh environment in which they are taken. You can see more images from Pasi on his website http://www.pasilensu.com/
Congratulations are also on order to Keri Wilk from Canada for his 1st place, (Keri recently upgraded and switched over to an Aquatica D7000 housing system) and to Stephan Beskow from Sweden for his 2nd place.
Congratulations are also in order to Nuno Sá for 1st place in the Wide Angle category. The picture, a magnificent blue shark, was shot in the Azores using the Aquatica A7D housing. Nuno, who is a long-time Aquatica user, also took 1st place in the Ocean Category of the Natures Best Photography-Windland awards and was highly commended in the Wildlife Photographer of the year competition (UW World category). This year he has managed to get awards in three other competitions as well, Deep Indonesia, Ocean Views and Asferico. Click here for another image.
We also have Mark Fuller from Israel, who placed third in the Best 5 Images Category in the Epson Red Sea, World of Underwater Images. Mark is one of our earliest AD7000 users, he also is a regular to photo competitions across the world and has won several prizes in the past. Congratulations Mark!
Stewart Sy, has done a nice review on our Aquatica AN-5 housing for the tremendously popular Sony NEX-5, while this camera is being replaced (already!) with the newer NEX-5n, his observation and recommendation will apply perfectly to the upcoming camera and the soon to be available AN-5n housing for it. Stu, as he is commonly known, is not only a top level photographer, but also has a very thorough knowledge of underwater photography and good penmanship as well, he offers a good insight into this new approach to photography, the so called EVIL generation of mirror less cameras.
Please click here for the complete review.
||2011 DEMA SHOW WRAP-UP
Our team just wrapped up the 2011 edition of the DEMA show in Orlando where it showcased products from its three divisions, Aquatica Digital, Amphibico and Technical Lighting Control. On the Aquatica front we announced the new and exciting AN-5n housing, our long awaited 45 degree view finder and a set of what proved to be a very popular item, the close up lens, on the Amphibico side we had the Wave Housing for the CX-560 and CX-700 Sony Camcorder, the new OLED monitor as well as the Genesis FX-100 made for the Sony FS-100, our TLC line meanwhile presented a TTL converter holder bracket for the Ikelite TTL converter 4301 & 4302, a four points mounting base. Joining ranks is a quartet of new TLC arms and light supports.
Read more »
||AQUATICA Announces acquisition of AMPHIBICO
Deal makes company the leading supplier of equipment for underwater still and video photography
Aquatica today announced that it has acquired Amphibico, the industry leader in underwater video imaging. The combined company is now a global leader in the design, development and service of equipment for the professional and recreational videographer, filmmaker and still photographer.
For more than two decades both Montreal-based companies have been recognized for product innovation, quality manufacturing, and excellent customer service. Read more »
||Aquatica would like to congratulate Aquatica user Steffen Binke for is grand prize winning shot, in the Scuba Diving Magazine photo contest. His winning entry is a beautiful photograph of his close encounter with a whale. His image shows us the cool, collected photographer that is Steffen, someone who can extract beauty and calm while chaotically being tossed around by the waves, working in natural light and having a behemoth coming straight over him. Steffen won a seven night trip on the Dancer fleet’s liveaboards, the Sun Dancer II in Belize, he will be in good company! Aquatica being one of the Dancer’s fleet official suppliers. To see more of Stephen images, just visit his website.
Congratulations are in order as well for Christopher Guglielmo, also a long time user of Aquatica housings. Chris cleaned up 1st and 2nd place in the DIVERS category. As is usually the norm with his images, they are visually stunning and technically impeccable. You can see more of Christopher’s work at www.aquaexposure.com.
To see their winning images and those of the other participants, please visit the Scuba Diving Magazine official website page of the: Through your lens: Reader’s Photo Contest 2011.
Aquatica is proud to be the choice housing manufacturer for Steffen and Christopher, to be the tool that such talented individuals have selected to express their vision of this world is an honor for us.
||New "HD WAVE" Video Housing
Aquatica Digital has been providing for both the recreational and professional diver high quality underwater photographic systems for over 30 years. Given their tremendous expertise in designing & manufacturing underwater photographic equipment, they are proud to announce the new HD-WAVE supporting the new Sony HDR CX560/700 HD camcorders. Read more »
2011 Digital Shootout trip report
Jean Bruneau, Technical Advisor for Aquatica
This year's edition of the Digital shootout was the tenth edition and Aquatica is proud to be among this events oldest premiere sponsor. This time we are back on the Island of Bonaire and attendees where in excess of sixty, that is the biggest attendance ever and right out of the gates, it meant that, we the support personnel where going to have A) a good time, B) a busy time and C) not much time for anything else but diving, prepping up photo gear, diving, grab food, prep up photo gear again, check out the nightly slide shows, punch in a night dive (or two), sleep and… repeat. Read more »
||SERVICE DEPARTMENT ADVISORY NOTE: JUNE 14, 2011
It has been found that on a small number of Aquatica AD7000 housings already delivered, the working tolerances of the Live View mechanism were set too close, as a result, once the housing is immerged and the ambient pressure builds up, the Main O-ring compresses, preventing the Live View actuating linkage from springing back. Read more »
||Jo-Ann Wilkins and her partner Gaëtan Dumais, both long time Aquatica users, had a most pleasant vist. It happened in Les Escoumins, a favorite diving spot on the North shore of the St Lawrence River in Quebec. It appears that while Gaetan was busy, looking around for his subject, said subject, the juvenile lumpsucker, was busy looking up our company’s latest offering. What the story doesn’t tell is, was Jo-Ann kind enough to inform her partner not to look further than the tip of his nose!
To see more of Jo-Ann’s work go to our Aquatica Gallery or click here.
||MARK ORMESHER VIDEOS "THE PIT" WITH AQUATICA 5D MK II
Mark Ormesher, one of our trusted Aquatica users, took our AD 5D Mk II housing through some most interesting and beautiful cenotes in Mexico named The Pit. It is an interesting and very well made video that shows not only the talent of Mark, but the potential of this camera & housing combination in a technically difficult environment.
To see the video, click here. | Learn
about the Aquatica 5D Mk II »
||SERVICE DEPARTMENT ADVISORY NOTE: April 11, 2011
In light of some recent events, Aquatica feel it should remind its users that Reef Photo, located in Florida and its associated companies are not authorized to perform maintenance, repair, or sell any housings, accessories or products manufactured by Aquatica.
Aquatica recommend that you only use officially recognized service centers. These have direct access to the original manufactured replacement parts and are staffed with knowledgeable and trained individuals. Following those guideline will insure your Aquatica product will not only, be maintained properly, but that the work will be performed in a timely manner.
For a list of our service centers section please consult our service center section or contact Aquatica for your nearest authorized service center.
TLC 1” ball with ¼-20” threaded hole
Find the missing link to your lighting solution. Read the Press Release »
Damien Siviero Wins 1st Place in the DEEP Indonesia 2011 Photo Competition
The Winners Of The 5th annual DEEP Indonesia 2011 Photo Competition have been announced, and we would like to congratulate Damien Siviero for his first place finish in the divers category. The winning image is a visually stunning photograph (as is usually the case with Damien's work) it is well composed, has stunning use of available light and conveys admirably to the viewers, the otherworldly nature of our passion. Bravo Damien! Click thumbnail at left to enlarge.
Damien uses the Aquatica A7D housing, with a factory deep rated kit installed, for is imaging needs. To see more of Damien's work, please visit our Gallery section.
| Aquatica, fier de son héritage Québécois, est heureux de vous annoncer le lancement de la version française de son site internet.
Le site sera maintenu en parallèle avec sa version anglaise.
Nous vous encourageons à le visiter et à nous laisser vos commentaires à firstname.lastname@example.org.
Le personnel d ’Aquatica vous remercie de votre visite.
||KERI WILK REVIEWS THE AQUATICA AD7000
Keri Wilk has just returned from field testing the new Aquatica AD7000. His review of the camera and the Aquatica AD7000 housing is touted as the most comprehensive to date.
To find more about the Nikon D7000 camera and the excellent Aquatica AD7000 housing for it, click here.
View Photo Gallery » | Learn
about the Aquatica AD7000 »
||CATHY CHURCH JOINS AQUATICA DEALER NETWORK
Aquatica is proud to announce the addition of Cathy Church as a dealer for Aquatica. Cathy Church's Photo Centre is located in Grand Cayman, one of the most sought-after dive destinations in the world. Her extensive knowledge of photography and sunny disposition are matched only by the dedication of her team toward customer service.
Cathy as also joined our Aquatica shooter gallery, which I urge everyone to visit to discover the work of Cathy Church, one of the most important pillars of modern underwater photography, and a name that has inspired many of us to go and discover diving and underwater photography. Cathy Church's Photo Centre is located in our US dealer section.
Welcome Cathy, Aquatica is happy to be associated with you!
||New gear format introduced with the Aquatica AD7000
Along with their super light housing for the Nikon® D7000, Aquatica is introducing a new line of Focus & Zoom gears.
Read the Press Release »
||First underwater images taken by Keri Wilk with the Aquatica AD7000
JUST IN! We have received the first underwater images taken by Keri Wilk with the Aquatica AD7000. Keri is currently known throughout the world as one of the most influential underwater photographers of his time for his innovative techniques and keen sense of composition. He constantly win prizes in major underwater photography competitions with his evocative and refreshing images. This excellent talent and technical expertise make Keri Wilk the perfect test pilot for our Aquatica AD7000 housing. His upcoming field report on this housing in the work and will soon be made available here and on your favourites underwater photography forums.
View Photo Gallery » | Learn
about the Aquatica AD7000 »
housing for the Sony NEX-5 camera
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The Aquatica Team is proud to announce the release of the Aquatica AN-5 housing
for the Sony NEX-5 camera. Learn
||Ryan Pedlow reviews
the Aquatica 7D Housing
Read the review »
Learn more about the 7D
Learn more about Ryan
POSTCARD FROM THE EDGE
Bob Talbot hang’s the Aquatica 5DMk II housing out of its comfort zone! (Click
image to enlarge)
Bob Talbot send us a picture of our Aquatica
5D Mk II housing at work. This is what he had to say about
it: "Here's a photo from a shoot we did yesterday
using the 5d housing on a jib arm.Would never do this with a lesser
housing. Thanks again for all your support."
Aquatica housing for the Canon 550
/ T2i Rebel housing Now Shipping! (Click image to enlarge)
Announced this past July, the super
light and compact Aquatica AT2i housing for the Canon T2i/550 has undergone
its complete field testing cycle and has now started shipping. Among
modifications made from the preproduction prototype is a new retractable
focus/zoom gear rack and lens release lever, pulling out these controls
clears the path for installing and removing the camera/lens assembly,
replacing the battery, card or lens now becomes a simple task to do.
The controls layout has been ergonomically positioned with vital functions
(for both still and video) all being accessible at the tip of your
attended this year’s edition of the shootout at the Little Cayman
beach resort, one thing that is not little about this island is the
diving, surrounded by some of the best and healthiest wall diving in
this hemisphere, as a major sponsor of the event we made sure to bring
ample products for attendees to try out, apart from our really popular
Canon 7D housing a big hit was our newly introduced Aquatica housing
for the T2i / 550D, which like the island itself is quite small but
really big on features, our trusted ally, Jim Decker from Backscatter
took some breathtaking video footage that can be seen on Backscatter's
website(another major sponsor of the event). Pretty popular
also where the TLC new underwater tripods that we brought along, these
are specialized tripod with a pan and tilt head making them ideal for
video aficionados as well as for macro shooter. Learn
Return from the Digital Shootout 2010
announces the introduction of its totally redesigned TLC underwater
tripod. The inclusion of HD quality video features in the current
crop of DSLR as well as the recent advent of HD compact camcorder
has increased the acquisition of HD video to unprecedented new levels.
A tripod has always been a useful yet optional tool in low light
/ long exposure situations using a still camera. In the case of close
up video work using a HDSLR or a dedicated video camera, a tripod
now becomes a must have tool allowing for rock steady shots. Learn
the well-received introduction to the first HD video housing for
Aquatica, the HD WAVE continues surf to another level, will now support
the new Sony HDR-XR550/CX550 & Pro HXR-MC50 camcorders.
Weighing in at only 6.5lbs it's our smallest and lightest aluminum
housing ever, great for easy travel. Mid-June Release. Learn
Aquatica is proud to introduce the BK-7 coated
glass Mini Dome 100.
|Click on the
thumbnails above for larger views
This new addition to our already fine line
of ports is ideally suited for fisheye lenses such as the Nikon
10.5mm, Tokina 10-17mm and Sigma 10mm. Because of its small
diameter of only 100mm (4 inches), its reduced frontal signature
means you can really sneak up on a subject and have the extra room
to properly position your strobes in ultra close-up wide angle
situation. Its miniature size and lighter weight are welcome features
by travelling underwater photographer in these days of increased
travel restrictions. Made from grounded BK-7 mineral glass and
polished to perfection the Mini
Dome 100 is competitively priced without compromising
Discriminating photographers will appreciate
the integration of optical anti reflection and scratch resistant
coatings provided at no extra cost. The Mini Dome 100 will
shortly be made available for other housing brands.
Depth rated @ 90m / 300ft
Suggested retail price: 699 usd
Available spring 2010
For more information please contact: email@example.com
NEWS FLASH FROM THE AQUATICA DESIGN TEAM
new Flagship camera the Canon 1D MK IV is
a perfect fit for Aquatica's current housing for the Canon 1DS MKIII.
No modifications are required and no function or access buttons are
sacrificed when using the newer Canon body. Access to the video mode
of the Mk IV model is not a problem.
From the beginning Aquatica’s design team wanted to give photographers
complete access to as many controls as possible. Because of
this foresight, easy access to the FEL button
used to activate video capture was already
in place as well as other important buttons such as exposure
compensation, ISO and the illuminator
Reassignment of these functions through
the DSLR's custom menu
setting is not necessary.
best kept secret is now out - we started shipping our Aquatica 7D
housing a few weeks ago! This housing brings the best of proven technologies
to underwater photography; every effort went into making a mechanically
rugged and easy to uses camera housing for the Canon 7D while making
it small and light, this state of the art housing still retains the
90m/300ft depth rating (upgradable to 130m/425ft) that has made us
a household name in the technical diving circle. With this Aquatica
housing we expanded connectivity to underwater strobes with the addition
of optical fiber ports and 6 pins connectors for full TTL compatibility
with current TTL converter. Go to our AQUATICA
A7D SECTION for more info.
Aquatica has received its NIKON
D300S CAMERA a few weeks ago and is hard at work designing
the new version housing for this exciting camera, the next generation
will offer optical fiber connector and/or traditional wired strobe
connector such as Nikonos or Ikelite type mounted on a machined
from solid aluminum housing that will be lighter and more compact
than it predecessor, the Nikon D300. On this new housing the full
access to the video features has been implemented, a port lock
is standard feature and our usual 300ft / 90 meters (upgradeable
to 425ft / 130 meters) depth rating has been maintained., meaning
that whatever your working depth, you will be in a position
to pull the maximum quality out of this high level camera.
are in full production for the New WAVE
HD VIDEO HOUSING and on schedule for mid June delivery.
It will ship fully loaded with standard wide angle lens, UR PRO color
correction flip filter, wet alarm and hydrophone for the low price
Please contact your local Aquatica dealer for all other inquires
or to place your order for the new WAVE HD Video housing. We are
receiving many inquires on this unit and our first production will
be limited as we did not anticipate such a demand.
THE HD WAVE: Aquatica Digital has been providing
for both the recreational and professional diver high quality underwater
photographic systems for over 25 years. Given their tremendous
expertise in designing & manufacturing
underwater photographic equipment, they are proud to introduce the
new “HD WAVE”, their first High Definition Video Housing
for the NEW Sony HDR-XR500V/520V HD camcorders. MORE
is happy to announce that Jean Bruneau, our resident technical adviser
and well known Wetpixel member (Vi’zart) will be heading south
to the Digital Shootout in Bonaire happening from the 6th to 13th
of June. Along with is underwater photographic knowledge Jean will
be bringing along some of the latest housings and accessories made
from Aquatica for participants of the workshop to take underwater
on photo shoot.
Jean will add to the already deep pool of professional individual
on site that will work with participant to raise their level of underwater
photography to new heights. He got into photography in 1971 and has
been involved in underwater photography since 1989, Aquatica has,
since the early 90’s, had Jean Bruneau as part of their team
of technical advisors.
For more information on the Digital Shootout contact firstname.lastname@example.org or
visit their website: www.thedigitalshootout.com
March 30, 2009
Aquatica a leader in underwater digital photography systems, announced
the recent addition of Joe Bendahan as Marketing Director to their
Joe Bendahan draws many years of experience from an eclectic background
of corporate and brand identity development, marketing and creative
direction within many facets of the underwater imaging industry.
"We are extremely pleased to be able to bring such a highly
capable individual into our team," said Aquatica president,
Norma Alonzo. Joe will not only expand Aquatica's current capabilities,
but also enable us to develop more creative and effective ways to
expand the companies profile in the industry.
Bonne nouvelles pour nos utilisateurs
d’Aquatica de langue française:
Amar Guillen, photographe sous marin de réputation mondiale
et auteur de deux livres à grand succès sur le sujet
vous proposes des stages de photographies sous-marine, le tout dans
un décor féerique en Mer Rouge, un des plus beaux sites
de plongée de la planète. POUR
Good news to our French speaking Aquatica users:
Amar Guillen, world renowned underwater photographer and author of
two best selling books on the subject, is offering workshop on
underwater photography, this in the wonderful surrounding of the
Red Sea, one of the best diving destination in the world. MORE