Mastering Underwater Photography. (kaft en binding beschadigd zie foto's)
Carl Roessler is a master underwater photographer whose have appeared in such national periodicals as Natural History, Skin Diver, and Oceans. He is also president of the world's largest dive-travel organization, See & Sea of San Francisco."Over the past decade, Carl Roessler has reigned as the unquestioned master of fish portraiture."
CHAPTER 1. CAUTION: MEDIUM AT WORK Counteracting the effects of water on both photographer and subject.
CHAPTER 2. A WORLD OF VARIETY: CAMERAS AND OTHER EQUIPMENT Pros and cons of the different photographic equipment available.
CHAPTER 3. A KEY ELEMENT: YOUR SWIMMING AND DIVING SKILLS Techniques for overcoming the natural wariness of marine animals.
CHAPTER 4. THE ROLE OF LIGHT Using available light and compensating for its lack.
CHAPTER 5. DEVELOPING YOUR SKILLS USING STATIONARY SUBJECTS The first step-motionless marine animals and larger underwater scenes.
CHAPTER 6. LARGER MOVING TARGETS Preparing for unexpected photographic opportunities.
CHAPTER 7. WORKING WITH HUMAN MODELS Solving the problems inherent in diver photographs.
CHAPTER 8. FISH PORTRAITURE: THE ULTIMATE SKILL Matching wits with shy reef fish-and winning.
CHAPTER 9. SUMMING UP: YOUR GOALS AND HOW TO REACH THEM Pursuing an individual style.
By Carl Roessler.
Foreword by Paul Tzimoulis.
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