Tyler Collins and Maribeth Gorsuch
An underwater filmmaker produces natural history, educational, and entertaining films and videos about marine life. To be a underwater filmmaker requires at least a bachelors degree un film making, and a scuba diving certification to learn how to dive safely. Most of the time in the workplace is actually spent in the office, but the work week is spent with long hours fininshing and editing pictures taken for a project.Most filmmakers earn a average salary of $37,000 to $40,000 a year. Pay often differs depending on where you live and what kind of projects you are working on.
Under water film maker using regular camera to capture photographs of coral reefs.
Danny using bates camera to capture photographs of wildlife under the sea.
Underwater filmmaker trying to capture pictures of coral reefs.
Diver using high tech video camera for national geographic.
Underwater filmmakers getting close to sting ray.
Filmmaker using videocamera to capture life under the sea.
Turtle is videoed by underwater filmmaker.
Special underwater camera used for deep sea diving.
Filmmaker using camera with LED lights to capture a better scenery.
Coral reefs captured by underwater filmmaker Mike.