Divequest

The Ultimate in Diving

Bahamas

Turks & Caicos

Tobago, Dominica

Bonaire, Venezuela

Little Cayman, Cozumel, Belize

Honduras, South Africa &

Mozambique

Thailand, Sipadan, Mabul Layang Layang Derawan & Sangalaki Bali, Komodo, Wakatobi, Manado, Kungkungan Bay

Palau, Yap, Truk

Bikini Atoll

Australia's Coral Sea

Papua New Guinea, Solomons

French Polynesia

Fiji, Hawaii,

Sea of Cortez

Revillagigedo Islands

Cocos & Malpelo Islands

The Galapagos

Wrecks of Palau

Plus Underwater Photography Group Trips and Courses with leading photographers: Martin Edge, Linda Dunk, Malcolm Hey,

Charles Hood, Gavin Anderson and Alex Mustard.

The Ultimate in DIVEQUEST Underwater Photography Adventures

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e-mail [email protected] website: www.divequest.co.uk

Straightforward Digital Photo Underwater Photography in the Heart of Developing Mountainous Snowdonia, Wales

The explosive development of digital photography technology has created an environment of total confusion for most people. To assist the growing numbers of digital camera users, iprintfromhome.com has been launched as a digital photo developing system. This online imaging service enables digital camera users to utilize the Internet to upload, store and order prints and slides from digital images.

The company's founder and owner, George Campos, says "firsttime digital camera users don't realize that they can get the same quality photographic prints made from their digital images as they did when they shot traditional 35mm film." Iprintfromhome.com offers a simple user interface that allows customers to effortlessly upload and professionally print images on Kodak paper or 35mm slides.

Iprintfromhome.com is a bridge between the new digital camera technology and what people really want - quality prints and slides. This site offers customers an easy to use interface as well as a quality service in the hopes of capturing the exponential growth of the digital image developing market. [email protected]

The National Trust in Snowdonia is offering Underwater Photographers the chance to hone their skills at its newly renovated property Craflwyn Hall. The hall was a Victorian gentlemen's residence which has been sympathetically restored thanks to European Objective One money. From September it will be the base for a variety of special interest and activity holidays.

One of the first of these, is a weekend-long Underwater Photography holiday, to be held from 3rd-5th December. It will take the form of a series of intensive workshops covering: dealing with different types of files, experimenting with colour, making the most of your images for print or projection, using Adobe Photoshop and a variety of other skills specific to underwater photography requirements.

It's not all work and no play though. While they are here, the visitors will be able to make the most of the spectacular surroundings. Craflwyn is situated at the foot of Snowdon and enjoys breathtaking views. The estate has over 200 acres of woodland, parkland and magical, abandoned gardens. Full catering will be provided, including 3 course

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dinners every evening using the best of local, Welsh produce.

The workshops will be lead by local photographer Paul Kay FRPS. He has spent over 20 years photographing underwater, and his current project involves shooting through the surface of a range of lakes and rivers across Britain. A selection of his work can be seen at www.marinewildlife.co.uk

The cost of the weekend is £260 which includes all accommodation, food, instruction and VAT. Please phone Jane Richardson on 01766 510120 for more details or log onto our website: www.craflwyn.org

Get Paid to Take Digital Photos

Get Paid to Take Digital Photos

Reasonable care has been taken to ensure that the information presented in this book is  accurate. However, the reader should understand that the information provided does not constitute legal, medical or professional advice of any kind.

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