Diving for Pictures

Block, Ira
September 1988
Archaeology;Sep/Oct88, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p84
Discusses underwater photography. Challenges in photographing in aqueous environment; Differences between the optical effect of water and air; Objects in the sea restricting underwater visibility; Archaeological dives of Bill Curtsinger, a contract photographer with the National Geographic Society; Options for diver photographers.


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