Emerald Sea Photography
You can contact Emerald Sea Photography via email, telephone or snail mail. Details can be found on our "Contact Us" page.
You can find pictures from specific locales by visiting the galleries page to select a locale. If you're not sure where a specific creature can be found, try the search engine. It is very fast, and I actually use it all of the time to find my own photos.
Jeff Carr and I wrote Northwest Wreck Dives and published it in December of 2009. The book has details on diving more than 100 wrecks in the Pacific Northwest. The majority of the wrecks are at recreational depths in and around Puget Sound.
We also included both recreational and technical wrecks in Lake Washington and Straits of Juan de Fuca. The book is self published and can be found in many local dive shops, through Amazon.com or you can buy it directly from the authors via NorthwestWreckDives.com.
You can find a list of some of our most recent satisfied customers here. We ship books and stickers to customers all over the United States almost daily.
Many of the pictures on this site are linked to a page that allows you to purchase a fine art print of the selected image. If you find a "linked" image, just click on the link. The image will be professionally printed on Fuji Crystal Archive paper which will most likely last a lot longer than we will.
If you happen to find an image that you like this is not linked (clickable) to a purchase page, just send Scott a note ( Contact Us page ) and let him know which image you are interested in.
Most of the pictures on the site can be enlarged up to a 16" by 20" poster, but there are a few older images that do not have adequate resolution for a picture that large. Prices vary by picture size and subject matter. General pricing guidelines can be found on the products and services page.
If you find an image that you would like to use for editorial or other publishing, please contact Scott. Prices are quite reasonable for right to use in print.
This site first made it's way to the world wide web in 1998. It has grown a LOT since then. Historical details can be found in the "About Page" or the more recent updates are listed on the "What's New".
Well, that's a rather long (dull) tale, but the short, sweet version of it can be found here.
Many of the images on this site are shot with a Nikon D200 camera housed in a Light & Motion Titan Housing. Details of the camera and housing can be found here.
That's a good question. We dive nearly every weekend. The best place to check for our current diving schedule is the Kelp Krawler Web site calendar, where we post our public dives.
A list of our products and services can be found on our products and services page.
Many of the DIY projects on this site are easy to build and inexpensive. However, the labor involved to "custom build" one of these for you would just about cost as much as buying an off-the-shelf unit. In most cases this would be prohibitively expensive. However, if you're in a bind, and cost is no object, give me a call and let me know what you're in the market for.