An Essential Guide to Digital Underwater Photography
A complete how-to guide
For aspiring underwater photographers the road to success is littered with obstacles. Surfacing from a promising dive, we are faced with photographs of a blurred buddy, a fish giving us the arse or a blast of backscatter sneering back at us.
Despite the desire to capture the magical moments we are privy to each time we submerge ourselves in the ocean, for most, underwater photography is nothing but a cruel joke.
That is until Michael Aw and Mathieu Meur came together to reveal the secrets of their success in producing this complete how-to guide to underwater digital photography. The guide includes well thought-out modules, tutorials, tips and hints on topics such as exposure, light manipulation, shooting techniques, macro and wide angle imagery, colour correction, file management and most importantly what to do in that moment of terror when water gurgles into your camera!
“A well-structured, comprehensive work, lavishly supported with explanatory diagrams and magnificent images the, 'Essential Guide To Digital Underwater Photography' will undoubtedly prove to be as much an educational tool for novices as it will a reference work for those with greater proficiency in underwater image making.” - David Strike Editor of NEKTON
FORMAT= Guide book format – handy sized – 132 pages
ISDN Number: 187638165-1
Edition: 2004 / new edition 2006 – USD 22