The Underwater Photographer (Paperback)

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The Underwater Photographer (Paperback)


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In this long-awaited fifth edition of the best-selling book, Martin Edge continues to provide the definitive guide to underwater photography. The book covers everything from the basic principles, the equipment and approaches to composition and lighting through to creating an individual style.

The book features over 400 updated colour images - taken on numerous dives around the world - with an accompanying narrative that provides detailed information on how the shots were taken, their strengths and weaknesses and how to fix mistakes. Practical examples take you step-by-step through the basic techniques: photographing shipwrecks, divers, marine life, macro images and taking photographs at night. New chapters cover the latest equipment, processes and techniques including SLR Cameras, water contact lenses, mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, micro four third systems, super macro techniques, motion blur, LED lighting and more.

Packed with inspiring examples from global diving destinations and speciality chapters written by professionals in the field, this book is an indispensable masterclass for both the novice and seasoned underwater photographer.

Martin Edge is a lifelong member of the British Society of Underwater Photographers with over 35 years of experience dedicated to advancing the art and technique of underwater photography. He teaches and runs workshops in underwater photography and is a regular columnist for major diving magazines.Stuart Gibson has been diving for over 20 years. His passion for underwater photography started in 1999 with an old Olympus film camera. He met Martin in 2006 and has joined him on many photography trips and, in recent years, assisted him on several workshops.
Product Details ISBN: 9781138123588
ISBN-10: 1138123587
Publisher: Routledge
Publication Date: April 8th, 2020
Pages: 486
Language: English