Reader reviews

Reader reviews

Here is a collection of reviews left by my readers. Feel free to add your own once you have a copy!


4 reader reviews

  • Kirstie Harris says:

    I’ve got a shelf full of underwater photography books, but this is the first one I’ve read cover to cover, and I know it’ll rapidly become dog-eared as I’ll keep thumbing through it in the future. It’s very readable, and full of excellent tips on lighting and other techniques for everyone from beginners to experienced photographers. Alex is the actually the first person to get me excited about strobe position!! Can’t wait to put his advice into practice.

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  • Paul Colley says:

    Thorough, concise and illuminating with some lovely touches of humour, which make it great fun to read. Illustrated throughout with stunning images, as you would expect from this master of underwater photography. Worth every penny given that Alex is sharing just about everything he has gleaned from decades perfecting his art. A world class book destined to become the bible for underwater photographers who are serious about understanding and improving their craft.

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  • Henry says:

    Even if you’re just starting off learning about U/W photography or you’ve been around for a few years, Dr. Alex Mustard’s masterclass book is what you need to have in your library. His technical prowess, relaxed writing style and sense of humor make from learning the elementary basics of underwater photography to fantastic experimental and artistic shots easy to understand and so much fun to plan!
    Do yourself and your photography a favor and pick yourself up a copy today to keep with your dive kit at all times!
    Bravo, Dr. Alex!

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  • This book is so beautifully written: “And as a photographer {underwater} we have the freedom to hover above a coral landscape and to soar through a kelp forest. We can move freely in three dimensions, endowing us with a massive choice of photographic viewpoints. Imagine how photographs on land would be transformed if every photographer could fly.” – Introduction p.6

    Alex captures the essence of what it means to not only be an underwater photographer, but to explore the ocean. He teaches how to develop the best possible skills for the circumstances one finds oneself in while creating images in an underwater environment. There are many tips here that can benefit even the most accomplished photographer, yet are valuable for the beginner as well. Very well done, Dr. Alex Mustard.

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