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Successful Underwater Photography Paperback – November 1, 2002
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About the Author
Brian Skerry is a professional photojournalist specializing in underwater subject matter. He has worked in diverse environments including the open ocean, beneath ice, and inside underwater caves and shipwrecks. Currently an assignment photographer for National Geographic, his work also appears in People, Smithsonian, Sports Illustrated, US News and World Report, Yankee, Men's Journal, and dozens of other publications. He also does film work for CNN, Discovery Channel, NOVA (PBS), and National Geographic films. He lives in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. Howard Hall is a well-known marine naturalist, underwater photographer, film producer, cinematographer, and writer whose articles and photographs have appeared in LIFE, Natural History Magazine, The New York Times, GEO, International Wildlife, Skin Diver, Vista USA, and National Geographic. The winner of six Emmy awards, he works in television with NBC, CBS Sports, PBS, ABC, and National Geographic, and also directs IMAX films, receiving a 1995 Oscar nomination for his work on The Living Sea. He lives in Del Mar, California.
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Bryan Skerry is full time with the National Geographic and Howard Hall has won three Emmy Awards,
that speaks for their qualitications.
This book is top notch book for serious underwater photographers. Its only defect is that it is
dated and has very little on digital photography What I do is bypass the few chapters on Nikonos and similar
equipment and study the sections on composition, lightling, subjects, negative space, all beautifully handled
by Skerry and Hall
Even so, I give it as a gift to my friends, and also recommend it My hope is that the authors are now
working on a fourth edition to include digital cameras
One remark, you should forget about pices of equipement. In book nothing about. But is really very expensive staff!! Author also practically wrtite nothing about diving equipement...
But as a handbook is really great!