By: David Doubilet
408 pages, Col photos
With full-page close-up portraits of the faces of fishes in all their astonishing variety, this book showcases the work, over 25 years, of David Doubilet, acclaimed as one of the world's leading underwater photographers.
Short foreword - writer tbc Approximately 200 colour photographs Each image is accompanied by a short caption giving the name of the fish, the ocean in which it was photographed and date of photograph
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American-born, Doubilet began snorkelling at the age of 8, and by 13 he was taking his first underwater photographs in the green sea off the New Jersey coast. He published his first pictures in National Geographic in 1972 and has continued to do so regularly since then, reporting on most of the world's oceans, covering everything from shipwrecks to sharks. He is widely acclaimed as the world's leading underwater photographer and has received numerous awards including several 'Pictures of the Year'. Author's Residence: New York City
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