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Calling all underwater photographers! Booking has now opened on the mini photo workshops being run at the GO Diving Show by Scuba Travel‘s resident photo pros Martyn Guess and Mario Vitalini. But hurry, space is strictly limited to just six spaces per workshop!

There will be four workshops each day – macro lighting, backgrounds, black-and-white conversions, and beginners portfolio – running on the Saturday (22 February) and Sunday (23 February) at the GO Diving Show, which is at the Ricoh Arena near Coventry.

 

Schedule

Saturday 22 February

11am – 11.30am – Macro lighting with Martyn Guess (Book here)

Global Reef Expedition 1

11.30am – 12pm – Black-and-white conversions with Mario Vitalini (Book here)

12.30pm – 1pm – Backgrounds with Martyn Guess (Book here)

2.30pm – 3pm – Beginners portfolio with Mario Vitalini (Book here)

Global Reef Expedition 2

Sunday 23 February

10.30am – 11am – Macro lighting with Martyn Guess (Book here)

11.30am – 12pm – Backgrounds with Martyn Guess (Book here)

Global Reef Expedition 3

1.30pm – 2pm – Black-and-white conversions with Mario Vitalini (Book here)

Global Reef Expedition 4

3pm – 3.30pm – Beginners portfolio with Mario Vitalini (Book here)

 

GO Diving Show

If you haven't booked your tickets for this exciting event, get them now – www.godivingshow.com/dive-show-tickets/

Mark Evans
Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editorial Director Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. nearly 40-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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