By: Nick Robertson-Brown (Author)
176 pages, 206 colour photos and colour illustrations
Underwater photography is a challenging discipline. To capture an underwater world of glorious colours, extraordinary creatures and mysterious depths, you must have confidence in your diving abilities and be very comfortable with your camera. This practical book explains and offers advice to the reader on both the art and the science involved in capturing stunning underwater shots.
- Advice on the equipment you will need to get the most from your underwater photography
- Descriptions of underwater habitats and animal behaviour
- Guidance on how to be a responsible photographer
- Direction and assistance on topics including composition, natural and artificial lighting, exposure and underwater conditions
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Nick Robertson-Brown is passionate about marine wildlife. Having trained as a diving instructor, he now teaches underwater photography and regularly contributes to the photographic press.
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