Early REVIEWS for 101 Tips for Underwater Photographers
"For those of us marveling at Marty Snyderman’s brilliant underwater photography and finding ourselves in similar challenging photographic situations, the often repeated question of “What would Marty do?” is answered in this book of 101 indispensable pointers and concise, hard-won, sage advice."
Douglas Seifert- Underwater photographer, World Editor, Water Column, DIVE MAGAZINE
"Marty Snyderman’s 101 Tips For Underwater Photographers is a masterpiece of logically presented photographic insight illustrated with a brilliant and diverse archive defining the talking points of the text."
Stephen Frink- Underwater photographer, Publisher Alert Diver Magazine
"ANY underwater photographer that wants to improve their skills at getting better pictures underwater, even beginners, will find this eBook very helpful!"
Paul Humann- Underwater photographer, Author Reef Fish Identification books
"Anyone who wants to improve their photographic skills is certain to find a lot of useful information among the myriad tips explored in 101 Tips for Underwater Photographers."
Michele Hall- Marine wildlife television and giant screen film producer, member Women Divers Hall of Fame and Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
"Marty generously shares decades of underwater photography wisdom in 101 well-illustrated tips!"
Jill Heinerth- Fellow (FRCGS) and Explorer in Residence of the Royal Canadian
Geographical Society, Author INTO THE PLANET - My Life as a Cave Diver
Women Divers Hall of Fame
"Veteran image maker Marty Snyderman has managed to come up with 101 pieces of clear advice that are easy to digest, masterfully illustrated, and absolutely essential to master the art of underwater photography."
Doug Perrine- Author, speaker, marine wildlife photographer. Honored with three prestigious BBC/ Natural History Museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards and winner of the Nature's Best/ Cemex competition in the Professional Marine Wildlife Category.
"This digital format for underwater photography tips is perfect to have with you wherever you go and glance through whenever you want to enhance your skills shooting marine life."
David Fleetham- One of the world’s most published underwater photographers with more than 200 magazine covers to his credit. Hawaii based, David is represented by galleries and agents in more than 50 countries around the globe.
"This book is a treasure trove of can’t-live-without pro tips for newbies and seasoned shooters alike!"
Erin Quigley- Adobe ACE certified digital-imaging consultant and an award-winning shooter. Creator of goaskerin.com, which provides custom tutorials and one-on-one instruction. Women Divers Hall of Fame
"Tip #102 - Read this book! Despite the way he looks, Marty actually knows what is he talking about."
Tony Wu- Once gainfully employed, Tony now wears fins more often than shoes and talks with marine life more than he does with people. www.tony-wu.com.
Each eBook is downloadable to your laptop computer, tablet, and phone with a single purchase.
Amazing Animals You Can See Underwater - Volume One Marty Snyderman and Eric Riesch
ISBN - 978-1-7923-6767-0
- The text provides an overview of the natural history of a variety of animals that are commonly encountered by scuba divers and snorkelers
- A wish list for divers and an encouragement for non-divers to see what lives below the waves.
- Featured animals in Volume One: Bottlenose Dolphin, Mandarinfish, Lemon Shark, Garibaldi, Great Barracuda, Peacock Mantis Shrimp, Whitetip Reef Shark, Convict Blenny, Moray Eels, Black-Banded Sea Krait, West Indian Manatee, Coney, Giant Sea Bass, Slingjaw Wrasse, Great Hammerhead Shark, Hermit Crabs, Basking Shark, Shrimpgobies, Green Sea Turtle, and Flatworms.
- Introduction by Cathryn Castle Garcia (Author and Filmmaker) and Gui Garcia (Boat Captain and Filmmaker)
Amazing Animals You Can See Underwater - Volume One is the first eBook in a series created for people of all ages and backgrounds that are curious about animals living in the world's oceans. The text provides an overview of the natural history of a variety of animals that are commonly encountered by scuba divers and snorkelers when they don a mask, snorkel, and fins and explore the world beneath the waves.
Introduction to Bottlenose Dolphin
Page from Peacock Mantis
Page from Great Hammerhead Shark
Introduction to Bottlenose Dolphin