Photo bonus on Emperor Maldives liveaboards

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Photo bonus on Emperor Maldives liveaboards

Guests on two forthcoming Emperor Maldives liveaboard trips will have the bonus of being able to hone their photo skills courtesy of Jordi Chias, a professional photographer with more than 15 years of experience.

The acclaimed photographer will be on board the Emperor Serenity liveaboard cruise from 03-10 December and the Emperor Leo from 11-18 December, offering a free mini Photography Workshop for guests who would like to improve their underwater and general photography.

 “With work published in many different media and recognised with prominent mentions in various competitions, including the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Jordi has a wealth of knowledge that guests can tap into during the week,” says Emperor Maldives.

“He is one of the most internationally awarded Spanish photographers, who also speaks fluent English. He will hold a specialised workshop with special focus on large animals such as mantas (pictured) and whale sharks. He will teach different techniques as well as advising on the most suitable gear to get the best results.

“During the trip Jordi will give daily talks, reviews and comments on guests’ images in order to improve results. He will also share techniques to help guests with computer picture processing, at basic level, so they can process their own pictures. Guests must bring their own cameras.

“Also, although not a speciality, Jordi can help improve video.”

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