Steve Rosenberg – Creator of Rosenberg eBooks
Steve Rosenberg – Author, Photographer and Videographer
He began a career as a professional underwater photographer and photojournalist in 1980. Steve wrote 22 Dive Travel Guides for international publishers including Lonely Planet, Cruising Guides and Aqua Quest Publications. He produced hundreds of articles for various U.S. and International publications.
Steve created and operated a retail Scuba Diving trade show, in Oakland, California. Under his direction, Seaviews quickly became one of the largest and most successful scuba shows in the United States.
Thousands of his images have appeared in books and magazines worldwide, and he received more than 250 awards for his photography in International Competitions. Steve received a gold medal in the prestigious Hans Hass Photo Competition in Austria. He also took the Gold medal in the First World UW Photography Competition held in the Turks and Caicos Islands. In 1996, Steve received the coveted Scuba Schools International SSI Platinum Pro 5000 certification, awarded to divers with 5000 logged dives. He is an active member of the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW) and the North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA).
In 2013, Steve assembled a new team of professionals to produce interactive electronic books, eBooks, focusing on international scuba travel. The name of his new company is Rosenberg eBooks. These comprehensive Dive Travel Guides are also powerful marketing tools for scuba destinations, dive resorts and live-aboard dive yachts. The team includes Coral Consulting, owned by Greg Bassett. To date, four comprehensive dive and travel guides have been published and more are in the works. The most recent guide, Dive and Travel Galapagos, was released in 2017. Dive and Travel Galapagos provides a complete guide to dive sites in the Galapagos Islands, and includes comprehensive information on land tours, wildlife and travel basics. Steve is currently working on new projects including Dive and Travel the Bay Islands of Honduras, which he is co-authoring with Sandy Sondrol.