Jul 27, 2020

Awesome Online Seminars

Have you joined us for one of Shad's Olympus TG-5 & 6 classes?  His Lightroom sessions?  How'z about one of Maddy's Fish ID talks?

If not, you've been missing out and we' can't have THAT!!!

Maddy and an eel

We offer these sessions weekly - Mondays with Maddy and Tuesdays with Shad.

Pricing is on a sliding scale because we want these to be accessible to everyone! 

Here's a list of our current offerings:


All week this week, recording of Elongated Fishes


July 28th: Olympus Camera Series  | Underwater White Balance


July 28th: Lightroom | Creating a Watermark and Exporting


August 3rdEndemic Fish of Hawaii


August 4thLightroom | Tips and Tricks


August 10thButterflyfish and Angelfish


August 17th: Office Hours with Professor Maddy


August 24th: Puffers, Boxes, and Triggerfish


August 31stSurgeonfish, Unicornfish, Moorish Idol




…and if you’ve enjoyed these fish talks, please tell trip advisor or yelp about it!


Dry Suits and 10 Cups of Coffee Do Not Mix.


Recent News

Jul 28, 2020 - Maddy the science girl authored this course and YES, it is a PADI specialty that counts toward your Master Scuba Diver certification!

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Etiquette Tips for Underwater Photographers and Videographers

Apr 23, 2020 -

Even if you can't take your camera into the water with you this month, there's plenty of cool stuff that you CAN do, and here are our recommendations:

1. Watch this recent webinar, Practice Underwater Photography at Home, put on by one of our favorite places to visit, the Atlantis resorts in the Philippines!

2.  Improve your Digital Underwater Photography skills by signing up for some eLearning through PADI; eLearning courses are 25% off through the end of May!

3.  Join David Attenborough for an interactive trip through the Great Barrier Reef.  Okay, this one doesn't have much to do with underwater photography aside from all it took to make this - simply stunning!


Private Guided Dives and Scuba Tours - Make the Most of Your Visit to Maui

Feb 7, 2020 - Are you looking for something special?  Maybe just some "me time" with the sea life without having to worrry about anyone else, how much air THEY have left, how fast THEY want to dive, what THEY want to see?  Tired of going on those dives where you're looknig at sand kicked up by other divers or where you have to wait while they guide helps others with equalization or other problems?  Whether you're a single diver or part of a small group, it's AWESOME to have the guide all to yourself! PRIVATE DIVES, baby!