Articles & News Tagged “Alex Mustard”
Interview: Alex Mustard at the Natural History Museum
Wetpixel Associate Editor Alex Mustard was interviewed by Charlotte Coales in January about his underwater photography and his winning images in the 2013 Wildlife Photographer Of The Year competition. The presentation was a question and answer session held in the Attenborough Studio at the Natural History Museum, London.
Field review: Nikon D7100 and Subal ND7100
Wetpixel Associate Editor Alex Mustard provides an in-depth field review of the Nikon D7100 SLR and the Subal ND7100 housing. The D7100 currently represents the most advanced DX camera in the Nikon line-up, so if of particular interest to macro shooters and to those that are holding out for a new “pro” DX camera from Nikon.
The making of an image: Night Moves by Alex Mustard
Image: UK blue sharks
Focused on macro with Alex Mustard and Wetpixel
We have a few spaces left to fill for the Wetpixel/Alex Mustard Lembeh macro workshop. If you are not quite getting the results you want from your macro photography, or want to try new ideas and techniques, this is the trip for you. Based at the excellent Lembeh Resort, we will be diving each day, and combing a mixture of formal teaching, coaching and encouragement to help you not only get the best from your macro shots during the trip, but also to take away a bunch of new techniques for the future.
Field review: Nikon D600 versus D800
Alex Mustard presents a side-by-side review of the underwater performance of Nikon’s D600 and D800 full frame cameras. The review was carried out during the annual Nudibranch Safari which is held at Gulen Dive Resort, near Bergen, Norway. During the event, Alex was able to swap between the cameras on consecutive dives, which he says, “made the differences and similarities easy to spot.”
Improve your photography: Wetpixel macro workshop 2013
Wetpixel is hosting the ultimate macro photography workshop in October this year. Trip leader and tutor, Alex Mustard will be heading for Lembeh Resort and the group will take over the whole resort for the workshop. The timing is chosen to coincide with an especially critter rich time of the year in Lembeh, and particularly plentiful encounters with ghostpipefish, hairy frogfish and octopus likely. The trip’s dates are from 12 to 23 October 2013.
There are still a few spaces left on the workshop. If you are interested, please email Dan Baldocchi to ask for details or to reserve a place very soon.