Around all the islands of Tahiti, dramatic views continue below the water. Divers and snorkelers are amazed by the density of large marine life. Regular encounters include manta rays whose gigantic wingspan eclipses the passing diver;schools of dolphin dancing along the surf; sharks seemingly at every turn; and, in the Austral Islands, humpback whales thrill the lucky spectators in their annual parade.
Whether you are a professional photographer or not, French Polynesia is a perfect place for your passion. Indeed, the underwater clarity and visibility are excellent. A wide-angle lens is ideal to optimize these excellent conditions and capture your amazing encounters with the sharks and other pelagic fish. Those who you enjoy macro photography will also be thrilled. Tahiti and her islands are famous worldwide for the opportunities to capture amazing images of humpback whales either through video or photography. To protect yourself from paying duty taxes arriving and returning home you should carry copies of your camera's (incl. accessories) purchase receipts in order to avoid any inconvenience with the customs.
Many dive centers work with an underwater cameraman. He will join your group during the dives and edit a customized DVD for you.
You will find all the necessary specialized equipment and professionals to assist you in the organization of shooting underwater images or a TV documentary. Some local producers have a wide range of experience in their field and an excellent set of references. Let alone a technically competent team, who will also be able to provide you with HD video cameras with underwater housing. Each island is a nature's underwater studio.