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Liquid Lense

To dive and have the memory is one thing, and to have a professional photographer catch the magic underwater for you is another. Liquid Lense has been going from strength to strength since 2003, with a dedicated team capturing memories, filming personalised mini movies and offering a range of unique courses under water for individuals wants and needs.

Liquid Lense helps bring your memories alive with their loyalty to loving diving, friendliness and creativness to give you something spectacular every time.

Please check out the link to liquid lenses home page which has a full description of all the packages we offer. You have the options of photographs, rentals, videos, a huge variety of courses and refreshers for those who want to touch up on their skills.

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If you need any advice or want to enquire about an interest please feel free to email us at info (at) liquidlense.co.uk

Base Jumping at Dean’s Blue Hole

A film of Guillaume Nery base jumping at Dean’s Blue Hole, filmed on breath hold by Julie Gautier

Dean's Blue Hole BahamasFREE FALL: World champion freediver Guillaume Nery filmed a special dive at Dean’s Blue Hole, the deepest blue hole in the world.

This sequence is filmed entirely on breath hold by the french champion Julie Gautier. This video is a fiction and an artistic project.

Edited by BLUENERY (c). Music: ARCHIVE – you make me feel.

Liquid Lense – Recommended by Lonely Planet

Liquid Lense Underwater Photography Course Student

Lonely Planet ThailandLiquid Lense received a glowing endorsement in the new edition of the Lonely Planet for Thailand.

After visiting Ko Lanta last year, the Lonely Planet team were so impressed with Liquid Lense’s talented, professional staff and innovative range of courses that they decided to include us in the new edition’s Ko Lanta section.

Underwater Photography & Videography

If you’re looking to try something new underwater, why not enrol in an underwater photography or underwater videography course? The colourful reefs at Hin Daeng and Hin Muang are the perfect spots to click a camera, and the friendly staff at Liquid Lense (www.liquidlense.co.uk) can show you how. This digital imaging academy runs a slew of hands-on courses from the Go Photo – one-day, two-dive seminar (7,100 B) to the Underwater Photographer PLUS – six-day, nine-dive videography course (32,900 B). The Tips & Tricks course (2,700 B) is a popular option for those who already have a bit of photo experience.

Underwater Photography Course Student

Lacy Scorpionfish spotted at Hin Muang


The Lacy Scorpionfish has been spotted on Hin Muang numerous times. Its usual location stretches across the waters of the Asian Pacific region and is known to occur from southern Japan to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and across to New Caledonia. One of the best locations to regularly see this fish is at Loloata Island in Papua New Guinea where several different colour variations are known. The lacy scorpionfish can be recognised by its distinctive head shape, the large upturned mouth, dangly tentacles on the snout .The species varies in colour from yellow to brown, purple, green or black and is covered by a maze-like pattern. it can grow up to 30 cm and is known to live in coral reefs from depths 5 – 30metres.This species is a master of camouflage and blends in very well with its background and quite often can be seen hiding under plate corals and ledges on coral reefs. It also remains well disguised when hiding in amongst crinoids as it blends in with the fine fronds of the feathery invertebrate. so guys have fun trying to find our new friend and feel free to add any new pics of him!!!