Dive the Big Blue: A HISTORICAL AFFAIR Vol. 1
From the first underwater camera to a collection of the legendary underwater photographer, Ernest H Brooks, Dive the Big Blue: A Historical Affair (Vol I) traces some of Man's greatest achievements underwater. It is also a book that commemorates the official launch of the Historical Diving Society Asia. By divers, for divers, it is another notch on the belt of Asian Diver magazine, the official publication of the Historical Diving Society Asia.
1. Foreword by Jean-Michel Cousteau
2. History of Underwater Imaging by Mathieu Meur
3. Ernest H. Brooks II – Portfolio of a Pioneer (uncropped photos!)
4. The Maturation of Scuba Diving by Lulu M.
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A must have for every diver - if you like diving, you will love this book. Scubasigns will help you make your dives safer, more interesting and more fun. With nearly 500 hand signals documented, now all divers can speak the same language._______________________________________________________ NOTE: - This book will be available for pickup at our office. - Select "Pickup at Asian Geographic Magazines office" as your shipping method to avoid shipping costs.
特征：1. Jean-Michel Cousteau 做序 2. 水下影像历史（Mathieu Meur） 3. Ernest H. Brooks II - 先驱者资料（原始照片） 4. 水肺潜水的日益成熟（Lulu M） _______________________________________________________ NOTE: - This book will be available for pickup at our office. - Select "Pickup at Asian Geographic Magazines office" as your shipping method to avoid shipping costs.
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Silent Kingdom reveals the world beneath the waves in an ethereal collection of black-and-white underwater photography.
Through stunning black-and-white images, award-winning photographer Christian Vizl uses a masterful control of light and shadow to portray the creatures of the sea as they are rarely seen, at home in the ethereal world beneath the waves.
From capturing the ferocity of sharks to the playful dance of dolphins, Vizl turns aquatic creatures and marine seascapes into visions of sublime grace and beauty suspended in time and space. With each turn of the page, venture deeper into the one realm in which humans do not reign and discover an unforgettable world that few have ever seen.
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Face to Face - Up Close with Mother Nature is a collection of wildlife author and photographer Al Hornsby's most exciting underwater and topside wildlife encounters, as captured through his camera and words. Organized into The Americas; Africa; and Asia and the Pacific sections, the color and B&W images, most shot at very close range, feature sharks, whales, crocodiles, grizzly bears, leopards, cobras and many more of nature's most lovely and exciting creatures. Key photographs are accompanied by Al's first-person impressions of the encounters that led to the images, which share his feelings and emotions during those oft-times intense, face-to-face moments.
According to the author, "For the big animals - big carnivores in particular - it's my hope the book's images and real-life stories can show that their fearsome reputations as 'blood-thirsty man eaters' are the products of myth and too little real information; that they are instead majestic and beautiful, usually too timid or wary to be approached at all, and even if they show interest in us, it's generally merely simple curiosity. This aside, they play critical roles in virtually all our planet's ecosystems, and they need to be protected. Hopefully, Face to Face can do its small part in communicating just what is at stake should we ultimately fail to adequately respond."