for immediate release
SAUSALITO, Calif.—January 21st, 2008—
Wetpixel LLC is proud to announce the immediate availability of issue #2 of Wetpixel Quarterly magazine. In its trademark landscape-oriented, high-resolution format, issue #2 celebrates the lifelong work of James D. Watt, one of the pioneers of modern underwater photography. Jim will always be remembered for his boundless energy and generosity as a photographer, educator, and friend.
Wetpixel Quarterly #2 also features the work of the talented staff behind the scenes at the magazine and at its electronic sister publication, Wetpixel.com. Featured staff photographers include Alex Mustard, Eric Cheng, Mike Veitch, Luiz Rocha, Cor Bosman, Julie Edwards, Herb Ko, James Wiseman, Todd Mintz, Matt Segal, Elijah Woolery, William Heaton, and Leslie Harris.
Finally, Alex Mustard writes about climate change and the potential damage that it can inflict on the reef systems that we love to dive and photograph. In addition to outlining damage potential, it also serves to educate and offers suggestions on how to mitigate our personal contributions to global warning.
Wetpixel Quarterly #2 has shipped to subscribers worldwide, who can expect to receive their issues in 1-3 weeks. Individual copies are available at http://www.wetpixelquarterly.com.
About Wetpixel Quarterly:
Wetpixel Quarterly was founded in 2007 by Eric Cheng and Elijah Woolery to create a high-quality quarterly showcase of the best in underwater imagery in conjunction with news and information about marine research and conservation. Through interviews, articles, open contests, and, most importantly, the lenses of its contributors, Wetpixel Quarterly brings to the page a new sense of the fragility and splendor of underwater life. Wetpixel Quarterly is printed in landscape orientation using 50% recycled materials. For more information, visit http://www.wetpixelquarterly.com.
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