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                           Photo Books (continued)


Photoshop Underwater Photo   Adobe Photoshop for Underwater Photographers by Jack and Sue Drafahl

In just a few  years, the underwater digital camera went from a novelty item to the predominant method for capturing underwater images.  Underwater photography gurus Jack and Sue Drafahl show you how you can use Adobe Photoshop—and a whole host of plug-ins– to solve a wide range of image problems that are unique to underwater photography

Fish Identification

The Reef Set  
The Reef Set: Reef Fish, Reef Creature and Reef Coral (3 Volumes) [BOX SET] by Paul Humann and Ned DeLoach

One of my favorite reference set of books, these two authors have a complete collection of Caribbean marine life. Includes photos and species identification.  The books are also sold separately.

Burgess Marine Atlas   Dr Burgess's Atlas of Marine Aquarium Fishes by Warren E. Burgess

Don't let the title mislead you. With over 4,000 color photos, this book is the most useful single reference I own for identifying marine life. It covers everything from sharks to butterfly fish, from stonefish to moray eels. If it's not here, you've discovered a new species.

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