Alex Says...I love the Red Sea in early summer. Above water it is very warm, but not yet reaching the oppressive temperatures of high summer and underwater the sea is flourishing at the most biologically active time of year. Early summer is mating season in the Red Sea, but you don't need to be a fish geek to appreciate it. This is biology on a grand scale as spectacular schools of fish gather at Ras Mohammed, turning it into one of the diving wonders of the world. Red Sea life will be the main photographic focus of this workshop. Although we won't just be letting our cameras feast on wildlife, we'll start the trip with a couple of days shooting a few of the Red Sea's famous wrecks. This is predominantly a wide angle trip, although there are macro subjects on ever dive. I am also really pleased to running this workshop for my friends from Nauticam, which will ensure we'll have some of the very latest innovations and some of the finest underwater photography products on board. I hope you'll join us for a very special week.
Nauticam Tryout Workshop with Mustard