Engbretson Underwater Photography

Search The Fish Photos

News From Behind the Scenes at Engbretson Underwater Photo and Stories about the Freshwater Environments We Visit.

Monday, August 24, 2015

Another Fisheries Scientist Joins Our Team!

Rainbow Smelt (c)Sean Landsman/Engbretson Underwater Photography
Today, I'm very excited to welcome yet another outstanding fish photographer to our team of talented underwater shooters.  Sean Landsman is an accomplished fisheries scientist and is presently working toward his PhD in this area.  He currently lives in Canada on Prince Edward Island which gives him unique access to many interesting coastal species like Herring, American Eel, Alewife and Smelt to name a few.  Sean has wonderfully documented with his photographs the difficulties these migrating fish too often face negotiating man-made obstacles like pollution and dams to reach their historic spawning sites.  Braving water that's often frigid and with strong currents, Sean regularly captures amazing underwater images of some of the country's most difficult to photograph species.
I'm absolutely thrilled to welcome him to our team.  You can view all of his images here in our Sean Landsman Gallery.  Sean's work is available for commercial and editorial licensing purposes by contacting us here at Engbretson Underwater Photography.

No comments:

Post a Comment