Learn vital skills for shooting under the waves. A hand-selected team personally trained by renowned uw photographer Fiona Ayerst will guide you through these essentials. Come to tropical Mozambique or adventurous Durban.
Acquire the knowledge and practical skills required to master the art of underwater photography and videography while exploring the incredible diversity of the stunning coral reefs of the warm Indian Ocean. The course uses dSLR cameras in Sea&Sea housings; DSLR and panasonic video and GoPros together with exceptional LED lighting and accessories.
Developed by internationally acclaimed underwater photographer, journalist and conservationist Fiona Ayerst, this course will empower students to see and explore the underwater realm in a totally new and intimate manner. We focus on becoming part of the marine world; using specialised breathing techniques and capitalising on the natural curiosity of the marine inhabitants. Fiona’s team will teach you how to capture the perfectly exposed and composed images and film. Creativity and new techniques are key.
View all the videos, photographs, and stories of our alumni on the underwater photography program – VIEW PORTFOLIOS HERE
- 1 – 30 May (Durban)
- 1 – 30 June (Durban)
- 1 – 30 July (Durban)
- 1 – 30 August (Durban)
- 1 – 30 September (Mozambique)
- 1 -30 October (Mozambique)
- 1 – 30 November (Mozambique)
- 1- 15 November (Mozambique – 2week program)
The program is structured around a 20 dive SCUBA package. the full syllabus can be viewed here – VIEW PROGRAM SYLLABUS
We have answered all the most common questions that student interns have here on the programs FAQ page. VIEW FAQ PAGE
Many of our past interns and students have taken the time to write about their personal experience with Africa Media. Here are some of those: VIEW TESTIMONIALS
Stories from our Alumni Interns
Here we offer you everything you need to know about our underwater photography training internship program is here in the FAQ’s
Take a look at the wonderful underwater and cultural photographic portfolios produced by our underwater photo interns.