Beautiful Underwater Photo Books to Save Sea Life

July 7, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Books | 2 Comments |
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Professional underwater photographer Richard Salas is gearing up to publish Luminous Sea, the third and final book in the trilogy of his underwater photography series. With 50% of the book’s future profits going to The Ocean Foundation, Luminous Sea enables readers to play an active role in marine life conservation. The book will cover sea life found in the Pacific Ocean from Washington to Alaska, completing Richard's series of photo books covering the Pacific Ocean from the Equator all the way to Alaska. Readers will get up-close and personal with Galapagos sharks and Red-Lipped Batfish. They’ll see intimate shots of male seahorses tending for their young as well as Star-Eyed Parrotfish interacting with other fish in the community. The publication of the book is funded through an Indiegogo campaign.



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#1 Jak Crow

Must be nice. I tried an indiegogo campaign to fund an underwater photography book for the California coast and couldn't even get my family to contribute. And these are the same people that kept saying I should do something with my photography.

8:03 pm - Monday, July 7, 2014

#2 Nikolay Mirchev

It look like a book with an amazing photography content. I always admired the underwater photographers, it is very hard on ground to locate an capture a great composition not to mention how difficult is underwater.

7:19 am - Tuesday, July 8, 2014