Stunning underwater images from award-winning photographer; Information on the equipment and skills you'll need before you start; ln-depth explanations to help you master lighting underwater.
Dr Alexander Mustard has worked as a full-time underwater photographer for the past 10 years. Previously, he worked as a marine biologist at the UK's National Oceanography Centre in Southampton. He has pioneered many techniques within unden/vater photography, which he shares through magazine articles, talks and workshops. His photographs have won many awards including, on five occasions, the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year. In 2013, Alex was named GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his image Night Moves.
"Classic and cutting edge techniques... are covered in detail by an
author whose experience is clear on every page...Quite simply,
there is no other underwater photography text in print that deals
with as many ideas and techniques as this one."
"This book will be invaluable for anyone seriously interested in underwater photography and those who are fascinated with creatures of the deep." --Library Journal
"Alex Mustard is the modern master of what he does, and willingly reveals to others, by way of escorted photo-safaris, how he does it...disguising his superb photos in this book as demonstrations of how to do it, or as inspiration to others to have a go themselves." --Undercurrent
"Beautifully illustrated and packed with information, this book is the brainchild of Dr. Alex Mustard...undoubtedly the most popular underwater photographer we have seen for many years." --Divernet
"The book is jam-packed full of stunning images from [Mustard's] worldwide travels from West Papua to the Egyptian sea." --The Daily Mail
"It is full of mind-blowingly good images. As you then delve in more deeply, you find all the information you need to do just that - improve your photography. There is no doubt that this will be considered THE essential read for those who are just starting out in underwater photography all the way to the seasoned pros." --Scubaverse
"The underwater photography community is going to benefit from [this book] for a long time to come." --Underwater Photography Magazine