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  1. The attached press release trails a new book by Paul Colley that grapples seriously with composition for underwater photographers. Alex Mustard says in the foreword that, "this book will arm and transpire you to transform your underwater photographs, whatever camera you use". UK Diver magazine technical editor Nigel Wade believes that this book is "destined to be the compositional bible for underwater shooters". Initially on limited distribution in the UK from 21st May through this link, it will be on much wider general release from 29th May and available on Amazon. PRESS RELEASE-Winning-Images-with-Any-Underwater-Camera.pdf
  2. Any suggestions on how to improve my photography? I'm a relative novice. These were shot with a Canon T1i with 60mm macro lens, Inon 2000 strobe, Watershot housing. Sharpnose puffer, taken off the coast of Cozumel, February 2013. French grunts, Ft. Lauderdale, FL Sharpnose goby, San Salvador, Bahamas, August 2012
  3. Hi I am trying to have some fun with breaking/bending simple composition rules, shifting the white balance. Trying to work out something of a different style for my photography. Do You like the photo, does it bother you that the subject is not in the strong point, or that most of the picture is out of focus or that the wb is shifted. Photo taken on PNG with d700 in Aquatica housing. Thanks for any comments Bart
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