I've only seen one video (Epic) and it inspired me to be a better diver, but seemed a little short on technique. Much of the video involved guys with incredible bottom times nailing fish at almost point blank because the fish forgot they were there!
Since taking a nap at 80ft is not an option for me, are there any books/videos on how to approach/stalk fish and line up the shot? For instance, when hunting uhu (parrotfish) I scan for their shadows about 40ft away, then look around for the best way to approach using reef cover and keeping the sun behind me. Then I drop down and hide, hoping they will decide to check me out. I'm a rookie, so I often approach from the wrong direction, make too much noise, etc. I'd like to see a pro from the time he/she spots the fish at a distance, uses the reef/cover, lines up the shot, and then decides when to shoot.
Any videos like that? mebbe I'm asking too much... or maybe these are things I need to learn on my own