Having undertaken more than thirty dives to the wreck of the Titanic, acclaimed director James Cameron has probably gained more first-hand insight into the sinking of the ship than any person alive today.
Now, on the centenary of the tragedy, this deluxe coffee-table book tells the complete story of his remarkable expeditions and the incredible technological innovations that made them possible.
Emotional, evocative, and filled with previously unpublished images and revelations about the wreck, Exploring the Deep is the definitive book on Cameron’s expeditions.
About the Author
James Cameron is an Oscar-winning film director and celebrated explorer. The visionary behind record-setting blockbuster movies such as "Titanic, Avatar, " and "Terminator 2: Judgment Day, " Cameron's passion for diving and exploration has led him to embark on a number of trailblazing deep-sea expeditions, including more than thirty dives to "Titanic." Cameron made history when he undertook the first ever solo dive to the Mariana Trench in 2012.
Don Lynch has researched "Titanic" and her passengers and crew for four decades. Official historian for the Titanic Historical Society, Inc., he authored the books "Ghosts of the Abyss" and the "New York Times" best seller "Titanic: An Illustrated History." Lynch was the chief historical advisor for James Cameron's blockbuster movie, "Titanic, " and has participated in two of Cameron's expeditions, diving to the wreck twice. He lives in Los Angeles.
Ken Marschall is a renowned artist who has been painting "Titanic" since he was sixteen. Since then, his vast familiarity with the ship's structural details has led to involvement in numerous "Titanic" projects, from model kits to motion pictures and the illustration of many books. The visual historian for James Cameron's "Titanic" movie. Ken later accompanied the director on two "Titanic" expeditions and dived to the wreck six times. He lives in Southern California.
Parks Stephenson first worked with James Cameron during the filming of "Ghosts of the Abyss" in 2002, studying the underwater footage and creating the first-ever accurate computer-generated imagery of "Titanic's" Marconi and Silent rooms. He also joined Cameron's 2005 expedition for the Discovery Channel program "Last Mysteries of the Titanic" and made his first dive to the wreck. He lives in Los Angeles.
Number Of Pages: 252
Published: 4th June 2013
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 29.8 x 3.7
Weight (kg): 1.94