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Drew was traveling by himself across Central America in his truck searching for waves and documenting his journey. This image has to be around from around Sometimes there is more to the adventure than you bargain for. The conversations I’ve had with people like Drew about their lives have helped me grow as a photographer. Back when this image was taken there were basically only a few guys shooting photos in San Diego.
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This was Laurie’s wave. Most of my work has shifted towards environmental work as well as images to license and sell on my prints website. When you swim hundreds of hours a year in the ocean with a camera, you get to know your way around the waves.
The surf publications were some of the last mags to figure out how to transition to digital processing. In most recent years I have tried to figure out ways to connect that human emotion with the waves emotion. The best part was that all the locals were surfing together on a peak where the waves were smaller. Tiago is a great friend and showed me some really amazing places on this trip. Here he is clocking in lots of tube time. While both of those guys would occasionally shoot in La Jolla, Anfhony made it a mission to shoot with as many of La Jolla’s best surfers as I could.
Along with looking for unique angles, I was starting to experiment more with motion blurs in action shots. Your Nearby Surf Spots Fremont current conditions.
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Each month when the new magazine would come in the mail, I would drop everything and examine every image in the mag. As it pertains to my photography, it was after I moved to La Jolla that I also started getting back in touch with shooting subject matter outside of surfing and more towards the environment. Somehow, I was still able to use the 15mm lens with another camera in another housing the next day. These green almonds rolled in for about 10 minutes before it got spooky dark.
And no, we never sell your personal info. Accurate worldwide custom made weather forecasts and live weather conditions, including live anthohy HD webcams For as long as I can remember I’ve wanted to be a photographer. It is such a refreshing challenge to shoot with a new in the water.
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From the first moment in the water I realized my life would be inexorably connected to the ocean. Anthony Petruso finds himself where every surfer in their right ghigliaa wishes they were this very second. I shot this image of Malibu on a two day anthny shoot during one of the largest swells to hit California in a decade. Eli and I had this lone peak all to ourselves for a couple hours.
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The waves never showed up, but the sunsets seemed to make up for it every evening. In November of I moved to Maui to get as much experience as I possibly could in heavier waves. Having gotten a bit bored with shooting fisheye all the time, I started mixing in different lenses in the water. This image of Justin Quirk from that same trip to Cabo ended up getting us my first cover of the magazine in October Moving to San Diego in finally gave me the opportunity to make surfing part of my everyday life.
A couple years ago some friends took me on a boat trip to the Coiba Islands off Panama’s Pacific coast. I shot photos in this location for about 4 hours until I finally got the shot I was waiting for. They had the best job in the world as far as I could tell, and so ensued the dream.
The reason I included this image is because it was around this time in my career when I really started finding the importance of shooting empty waves. I would surf Ghitlia Bay nearly every day that it broke. Cleared for lift off on the Blacks’ tarmac.
When I shoot waves I try to capture these emotions.