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Coral Seas
by Roger Steene (Photographer)
... about one man's astounding vision ... these photographs are a triumph of patience, talent and countless hours beneath the sea.
Hardcover - 272 pages (October 1998)
Firefly Books; ISBN: 1552092909

Digital Imaging for the Underwater Photographer: Computer Applications for Photo Enhancement and Presentation
by Jack Drafahl, Sue Drafahl
Paperback from Amherst Media
Book Published: 2001

Essentials of Underwater Photography
by Robert M. Jackson
(Hardcover - May 2000)

Exploring Underwater Photography
by John Christopher Fine
Hardcover from Plexus Publishing
Book Published: 1986
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Great Barrier Reef
by David Doubilet
A master of underwater photography, David Doubilet captured his first images at the age of 12 in the cold, murky waters of New Jersey in the late 1950s, an era when the equipment was primitive and every picture was a struggle heavily dependent on luck. Since then, due in no small part to Doubilet’s contributions, underwater photography has advanced rapidly, allowing the world to see clearly the once invisible beauty and mystery that lies beneath the surface of the world’s oceans. For many years, Doubilet, a veteran National Geographic photographer, has worked to photograph the entire length of Australia’s immense and spectacular Great Barrier Reef. Great Barrier Reef is the stunning culmination of his efforts. This breathtaking, collector-quality edition features 125 spectacular photographs and essays that capture the complex web of life along the 1,250-mile length of the Great Barrier Reef and presents a rare, complete portrait of this natural underseas wonder. Amazon.com
(Hardcover - April 2002)

Hidden Seascapes: Photographs
by Feodor Pitcairn
Hardcover from New York Graphic Society
Book Published: 1984

Homo Delphinus, The Dolphin Within Man
by Jacques Mayol, Jacques Piccard, Steven Sachs
Hardcover - 398 pages 7 edition (December 1, 1999)
Idelson-Gnocchi Publishers; ISBN: 1928649033

How to Photograph Underwater (How to Photograph, Vol 2)
by Norbert Wu
Paperback - 128 pages (April 1994)
Stackpole Books; ISBN: 0811724522

Jim Church's Essential Guide to Nikonos Systems
by Jim Church
Listed under Nikon Camera Books

Jim Church's Essential Guide to Underwater Video, Second Edition
by Jim Church
Paperback from Aqua Quest Pubn
Book Published: 15 January, 2001

Manual of Underwater Photography
by Decouet, Green
Hardcover from Best Publishing Company
Book Published: 1989
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Secrets of the Ocean Realm
by Michele Hall, Howard Hall, Peter Benchley
Hardcover from Carroll & Graf
Book Published: 01 November, 1997

Successful Underwater Photography
by Brian Skerry, Howard Hall
Book Description: From fundamental principles of photographing marine life to making a living selling underwater photographs, Successful Underwater Photography provides an unlimited wealth of practical advice, surefire strategies, and tested tips for taking extraordinary photos of elusive underwater subjects. Written by two top photographers who specialize in marine photography, this solid, lavishly illustrated field guide provides no-nonsense information on such topics as taking available-light photographs, silhouettes, marine wildlife portraits, close-focus wide angle photographs, and extension tube photographs to name just a few. Readers will also find proven guidance for purchasing underwater photographic equipment, taking photos of shipwrecks, and repairing and maintaining field equipment. Plus, 150 stunning, full-color photos demonstrate the authors’ successful techniques in action. For all aspiring underwater photographers who want to unlock the secrets of how top names in the field achieve spectacular results, Successful Underwater Photography is your definitive one-stop guide. 
Paperback from Watson-Guptill Pubns
Book Published: 2002

Titanic: Ghosts of the Abyss
by Mireille Majoor, Ken Marschall
Listed under The Titanic

Under Antarctic Ice: The Photographs of Norbert Wu
by Norbert Wu, Jim Mastro
Hardcover from University of California Press
Book Published: October, 2004

The Underwater Explorer : Secrets of a Blue Universe
by Annemarie Kohler, Danja Kohler
Paperback - 160 pages (January 1998)
The Lyons Press; ISBN: 1558216685

The Underwater Photographer
by Martin Edge, Ian Turner (Editor)
Paperback - 224 pages 2nd edition (September 1999)
Focal Press; ISBN: 0240515811
Underwater Photography
Underwater Photography
by Paul Kay
Hardcover from Guild of Master Craftsman Pubns Ltd
Book Published: 28 March, 2004
The Underwater Photography Handbook
by Annemarie Kohler, Danja Kohler
Paperback - 160 pages (March 1999)
Stackpole Books; ISBN: 0811729664
Water Light Time
by David Doubilet
When David Doubilet was a child, he photographed swimmers in the waters off of New Jersey. Water Light Time is a collection of images that capture the underwater magnificence that seized the photographer's imagination in childhood and spurred a lifelong fascination. Underwater plant life floating like snakes, bright blue water filled with schools of silver fish, a diver immersed in a throng of bubbling yellow jellyfish, a close-up of pink and white sea anemones looking all the world like a floating bouquet of flowers--each image in this book is exquisitely photographed with preternaturally clear colors, full of detail and depth. Some images toy with perspective, creating surreal tableaux as a crustacean leg pokes out of the yellow-green water to appear almost as large as a nearby tree. 

With a career that started as a National Geographic photographer in 1972, Doubilet has a lifetime of experience from which to make such a marvelous meditation on this otherworld that is vaguely familiar to most readers only through pictures and visits to aquariums. Doubilet captures what must surely be his own awe at the uniqueness of being a human in this nonhuman environment, and the reader can marvel at both the lushness of life in the water and at the beauty of the photographs themselves, which dominate almost all of the book's 240 pages. --Jennifer Cohen - Amazon.com
Hardcover - 240 pages (July 1999)
Phaidon Press Inc.; ISBN: 0714838284

Wonders of the Reef : Diving With a Camera
by Stephen Frink (Photographer)
Hardcover (April 1996)
Harry N Abrams; ISBN: 0810937859

The Art & Technique of Underwater Photography
by Mark Webster, Grant Bradford (Illustrator)
Hardcover (April 1999)
Fountain Pr Ltd; ISBN: 0863433529
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