Synopses & Reviews
The world of oceans are one of the last great largely unexplored places on earth. They teem with life some of it familiar and some of it strange to us and Fish Face
takes us closer to the fish that live here. Showing full-page pictures of close up portraits of their faces the book takes us from the beautiful to the ugly, from spiky to rotund. the huge variety of species is appealing and astounding.
The work in this book takes a look at the work of David Doubilet, widely acclaimed as the world`s leading underwater photographer. He has photgraphed fish for over 25 years and Fish Face looks at the most colourful, fun and bizzare fish he has encountered. This book will appeal to anyone who has ever wondered about the variety of fish living in our oceans and will appeal to naturalists and photographers alike.
Fish Face is a collection of Doubilet's signature underwater photography that features 180 aquatic portraits from the beautiful and fun to the colorful and bizarre.
- A collection of 200 fish portraits by underwater photographer David Doubilet
- First book of fish portraits ever published
- Features full-page pictures of an astounding variety of fish species, which take us from the beautiful to the ugly, from the spiky to the rotund
- Will appeal to photography lovers, naturalists, National Geographic readers divers and anyone interested in marine life
- Compact format at an affordable price
- Captures the colourful, fun and bizarre fish that David Doubilet has encountered in his 25-year career as an underwater photographer
"Fish Face" is a collection of photographs of fish and their faces by the master under-water photographer David Doubilet. It features fish in oceans around the world - from brightly coloured highly patterned fish, to dark and ugly ones.
About the Author
American born, Doubilet began snorkeling at the age of 8, and by 13 he was taking his first underwater photographs in the green sea off the New Jersey coast. He published his first pictures in National Geographic in 1972 and has continued to do so regularly since then, reporting on most of the world's oceans, covering everything from shipwrecks to sharks. He is widely acclaimed as the world's leading underwater photographer and has received numerous awards including several 'Pictures of the Year'.