Charles Seaborn makes this fascinating but somewhat elusive area of photography accessible to everyone who wants to shoot underwater. Seaborn discusses the fundamentals of photography - measuring light, calculating exposure, focusing, framing, and composing - in relation to the underwater environment.
The Reuters News Pictures Service was created in 1985 and has since become the world's leading provider of photographic images. Over 120 full-time staff photographers, and many more contract and freelance photographers, are on the spot, all over the world, covering and capturing stories as they happen.
This book is initially aimed at anyone who is considering or beginning underwater photography, but also has the scope to help the more experienced photographer develop specific techniques, perfect particular subjects and give advice on entering competitions and selling your work.
Learn from a professional how to make the most of your digital camera, improve the creativity of your pictures without using a computer, and see how you can overcome potential difficulties with this medium.
This authoritative handbook is designed to assist both scientists and science students in the production of publication-grade still photographs. It can be used by anyone with a minimal background in photography. The author emphasises techniques in still photography that produce clear, unambiguous, and informative illustrations.