The book spans 192 pages of superb imagery and insightful explanation. Best of all, it's delivered in a clear, easy-to-understand style, making it perfect for beginners or those who want to push on in this exacting field. --Photography News
Unlike many how-to-do-it books, it's not full of pretentious twaddle and demonstration pictures covered in arrows. He's covered every aspect of the subject photography that any diver with a camera would wish to emulate... The copy is written in a friendly and easily understandable way, making it a good stand-alone read... If you are already satisfied with the pictures you are producing under water, buy this book and let your envy work wonders for you. If you have never taken a picture underwater, buy this book and get persuaded you can do it, too. --Undercurrent magazine
This book exceeded my expectations; I expect it will quickly become regarded as the definitive handbook for serious underwater photographers. --Scuba magazine
Dr Alexander Mustard has been taking underwater photographs for 30 years and has worked as a full-time underwater photographer for the past 10 years. Previously, he worked as a marine biologist at the UK's National Oceanography Centre in Southampton. He has pioneered many techniques within underwater photography, which he shares through magazine articles, talks and workshops. His photographs have won many awards including, on five occasions, the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year. He has also won multiple categories in the British Wildlife Photography Awards. In 2013, Alex was named GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his image Night Moves.