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Underwater photography workshops at GO Diving Show!

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Scuba Travel’s resident photo pros Mario Vitalini and Martyn Guess will be running intimate underwater photography workshops at the GO Diving Show on 23/24 February.

To get a spot on one of the workshops at the interactive and immersive Ricoh Arena event, simply email: Mario@scubatravel.com and the team will be in touch.

Mario and Martyn will also be presenting on the Underwater Photography Stage on Saturday and Sunday.

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Mario Vitalini

For nearly 30 years, Mario has sailed the globe and dived the seas, working as a PADI instructor and dive guide. Today, he shares his passion for underwater photography. His students love his real-world expertise and patient approach. He has an extensive working knowledge of all underwater camera systems, having spent several years at the UK’s largest photo retailer. Mario’s images have won several awards and he has featured not once, but twice, among the top categories at the prestigious Underwater Photographer of the Year, including Most Promising British Underwater Photographer in 2015.

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Martyn Guess

Martyn has been diving for over 30 years and taking underwater images for over 25 years. He has been very successful in National and International competitions and regularly makes presentations to camera and photography clubs as well as BSOUP (The British Society of Underwater Photographers) and other underwater photography groups. Today, he shares his passion and knowledge – as well as teaching underwater photography courses, he leads overseas workshop trips for Scuba Travel.

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If you haven’t already pre-booked your tickets for GO Diving, go to: GO Diving Show Tickets

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Mark Evans
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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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