Norbert Wu (Author, Photographer).
Norbert Wu (Author, Photographer). Primarily a collection of strikingly beautiful photographs of marine plants and animals that inhabit the world's oceans, this volume also includes text describing the author's diving adventures, background information on the subjects of the photos, and technical information on photographic equipment. Wu, a professional underwater photographer and diver who has done graduate work in marine biology at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, views the ocean as the last true wilderness.
Splendors of the Seas book. Splendors of the Seas: The Photographs of Norbert Wu. ISBN. 0883635941 (ISBN13: 9780883635940).
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Norbert Wu is a photographer and filmmaker specializing in marine environments and issues. His writing and photography have appeared in feature articles in Audubon, GEO, National Geographic, and other magazines; his films have aired on WNET/Thirteen New York's Nature series, which airs on PBS. His many books include Splendors of the Seas: The Photographs of Norbert Wu (1994) and Diving the World: Photographs by Norbert Wu (2003). Jim Mastro is a freelance writer and photographer. He is the author and photographer of Antarctica: A Year at the Bottom of the World (2002).
One of our most gifted underwater photographers, Norbert Wu dives into waters around the world to provide us with these astonishingly beautiful shots of the diverse life forms that populate open oceans, coral reefs, and deep seas.
National Science Foundation to obtain these dynamic photographs.
Norbert Wu travels to remote places to give us an up-close look at the unique and beautiful life forms living there. Author: Wu, N. Organizer: Hugh Lauter Levin Associates Inc. Location: Chicago, IL (USA).
Norbert Wu, Jim Mastro. The allure of Antarctica, a place still mysterious, untamed, and unspoiled, has beckoned tourists in increasing numbers as more and more people vie for a glimpse of its terrible beauty and stunning vistas
Norbert Wu, Jim Mastro. The allure of Antarctica, a place still mysterious, untamed, and unspoiled, has beckoned tourists in increasing numbers as more and more people vie for a glimpse of its terrible beauty and stunning vistas. But there is one aspect of Antarctica they never see, perhaps the most interesting of all-the world beneath the ice. This book, a collection of the finest photographs ever taken underwater in deep Antarctica, illuminates a world brimming with strange and beautiful life forms