Underwater photographers from Thailand, India, England, America, South Korea and France enjoyed daily presentations by Alex in order to get the most out of their cameras!
Alex Tyrrell is an award-winning photographer specialised in underwater photography. He owns and operate Dive4photos, the premium facility in Thailand for underwater photography training. He has been teaching and mentoring photographers since 2008, and his expertise in the field has helped many students achieve success.
His understanding of various techniques, such as the use of snoots, sunbursts, silhouettes, and motion blur, is evident in his portfolio. His work has been featured in several dive magazines, including Sport Diver, Scuba Diving, and DIVE Magazine, and he also writes articles on underwater photography techniques for many nice publications.
Throughout this photo expedition, Alex gave us presentations about different UW photo topics such as, choosing your subjects, capturing the perfect Reef Scene, integrating sun ball and Sun beams in your photography, capturing the Peak of action and so much more.
We had plenty of time to practice these new skills with no less than 14 dives on Richelieu Rock and I can promise you, we didn't get bored! Every dive with a new opportunity to explore new cracks and cranny and find more colourful critters!
We witnessed clark anemone fish's parents nurturing their eggs under the protective skirt of their anemone.
We tried a new spot near the Surin islands, where we installed two lines to accommodates all the divers more comfortably and what great encounters we had!