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  • Paperback: 176 pages
  • Publisher: The Crowood Press Ltd (16 Dec. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1847976573
  • ISBN-13: 978-1847976574
  • Product Dimensions: 25.7 x 20.3 x 0.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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I am passionate about the marine environment. My wife and I gave up our jobs some time ago now to go and be dive instructors and live in the Caribbean. We loved it, but then decided to come home and setup our own dive shop. This lead to me starting up underwater photography and the rest is history! We both now run our own underwater photography business called Frogfish Photography (www.frogfishphotography.com) and travel all over the UK and overseas to get the shots and stories to publish. Our favourite moments are always when diving and photographing sharks.

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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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This is an absolutely outstanding guide to underwater photography, which fully lives up to its titling “Underwater Photography - Art and Techniques”. It set to become the "must-have" title for divers of all abilities.

Given the very many real challenges that underwater photography poses, it would have been so easy for this subject to be treated in a dry, technical, frankly uninspiring manner. What elevates this book is the fundamental desire of the author to teach the reader not just how to take good photos underwater, but how to take great photos.

This is where the Art comes in. For the pages of the book are illustrated by hundreds of outstanding images, each with full camera setting information, demonstrating, in practice, how to achieve the best in difficult lighting conditions, with challenging subjects and getting the most from the equipment available. The commentary on these photos reveals the huge depth of knowledge, passion and enthusiasm that the author has for his subject.

The sheer variety of images is quite breath-taking: from curious manatees and playful seal pups through to glorious black-tipped sharks and schooling baitballs of sardine harried by porpoises. We see the underwater world at every scale: from tiny zooplankton, shrimps, seahorses and blennies, thought to the giants of the seas, humpback whales and basking sharks. Golden retrievers, male models and sunken battleships also make an appearance!

These images are intended to do more than inspire and enthuse the budding underwater photographer, although they do that very well indeed. In fact they are all very carefully selected to complement the text and reinforce the key learning points Nick Robertson-Brown is sharing with the reader.
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Really helpful and full of useful tips for underwater photography.

Even the technical section is easy to read and understand!

Also full of fantastic photos that show what you can achieve underwater.
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I was hooked on this book from the moment I saw the photo of the cheeky seal with its flippers grasped around the diver's leg (page 8). This is an inspiring and informative book going from gear to lighting to composition. I like that the author has also covered how to use modern mirrorless cameras as well as DSLRs and compacts.

Lighting and refraction are well explained as well. I love sharks and I was pleased to see his comments at the end of the book on how misunderstood and wonderful these creatures are. A must buy book for anyone interested in underwater photography.
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Only half way through it at the moment, but it explains the basics of underwater photography in a simplistic manner.
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Page 11. The wreck of the Giannis D is at Sha'ab Abu Nuhas reef not Ras Mohammed.
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