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Posts Tagged ‘photographer profile’

photo profile of Roo

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WavePoolMag Photographer Series: Simply “Roo”

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While you'd be forgiven if you confused today's Instagram with Tic Tok. Insta was once a fertile ground for photographers to show their work, but with each 15-second choreographed Tik Tok dance, we move further away from a platform once dominated by stills. Recently we scrolled through a few beautiful images of The Wave in Bristol and thought, "hey, amazing

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urbnsurf by travis de clifford

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WavePoolMag Photographer Series: Travis de Clifford

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During WavePoolMag's recent trip through Australia, we met Travis de Clifford, an affable bloke who can be found most work days adjacent the lifeguard tower at Urbnsurf. He was shooting a beginner session. I mentioned that it must be easy, just point and shoot at someone wide-stancing it to the shore. But I learned that's not really the case. "They're

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surf lakes sunset by andrew shield

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WavePoolMag Photographer Series: Andrew Shields

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Andrew Shields, or "Shieldsy" as everyone referred to him when we met in Australia this year, is part of an elite crew of career surf photographers. It's a tough gig, we know, schlepping gear around the world to photograph the world's best in the world's most beautiful locations. And it takes a certain perseverance, stubbornness, talent, lack-of-smarts, vision and everything

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Island roots in the heart of Texas – through the lens of Otis Stevens

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The contrast between surfing’s guarded outposts and the all-players-welcome approach of wave pools is like few other juxtapositions in the world today. Otis Stevens learned the Hawaiian surf photography code early. Certain spots you could name, Pipeline, Sunset - pretty much most of the North Shore - while entire Islands were verboten from naming, even shooting. It’s this dichotomy between

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wave pool night surf photography

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Glow: Nighttime wave pool photos get a makeover

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Photographer Mathew Tildesley captured our attention with his 'Nocturnal' photo series. The Tasmanian lensman (yes Shipstern’s is a regular haunt) is in the habit of sending a strobe light out the back to capture the ghostly serendipity of ocean waves. He spends a lot of time at the bombies floating around shooting surf. Along with this being one of the

Photographer Mathew Tildesley captured our attention with his 'Nocturnal' photo series. The Tasmanian lensman (yes Shipstern’s is a regular haunt) ...Continue ›


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Meet the Taylor Steele of wave pool videos…

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Chris Monroe is excitable. Which is refreshing in an era of surf edits blanched with rights-free music and predictable quick cuts. Mr. Monroe narrates the action as it happens. Which, isn’t really necessary. The viewer can see exactly what is going on. It would be annoying, but when Chris throws out an “oh my gosh look at that” or an

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sunset surf in melbourne

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Meet the SurfChimp: Wave pool photographer Mark Dadswell

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Mark Dadswell is unique in surf photography. His background isn’t surf. He’s a professional photojournalist with a different set of metrics for what qualifies as “adventure.” While many shooters in the surf industry built their careers packing bags for Indo and the North Shore each season, Mark was out chasing down the day’s news. Instead of dodging testy locals, he

Mark Dadswell is unique in surf photography. His background isn’t surf. He’s a professional photojournalist with a different set of ...Continue ›


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WavePoolMag Photographer Series Episode 1, Rob Henson of BSR

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Digital pixels are free and easy compared to the film days of shooting a 36-frame-roll, changing film (and possibly missing the set of the day) then trudging off to get it developed - never really knowing if you had scored the goods. In a way, wave pools are to surfing what digital is to photography. Yes, it’s so much easier,

Digital pixels are free and easy compared to the film days of shooting a 36-frame-roll, changing film (and possibly missing ...Continue ›