Bryce Lowe-White

Bryce Lowe-White

Assistant Photo Editor and Video Producer at Surfer Magazine.

5.13.11

Blogs

Indonesia Bintang Sunset

“I’ve traveled quite a bit to various places for surf trips, but Indonesia was by far the most grueling travel experience of them all,” says Bryce Lowe-White. “After 17 hours in the air on four different planes, over 10 hours of layovers and airport food, and one stuffy, techno-blasting taxi ride, a can of Bintang […]

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5.13.11

Blogs

Nathan Hedge Supertubes

“I was looking through some old disks and came across this shot of Nathan Hedge surfing Supers in 2001,” says Photo Editor Grant Ellis. “This was shot on a Kodak Canon DCS 520 which was the first digital camera for action photography. It cost about $7,500 back then even though the image quality was only […]

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5.12.11

Blogs

Tyler Warren Roadtrip Blues

“Not all road trips lead to perfect waves and good times,” says Todd Glaser. “Driving home from San Francisco while working on the Tyler Warren profile, we saw the worst car crash we’ve ever seen. It completely closed the freeway down. This was taken around 2am after already being stopped on the freeway for 4 […]

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5.11.11

Blogs

Byron Bay RVCA Quiver

“As we were changing on the street after a stormy session in Byron Bay, an ancient Mercedes Benz swerved around the corner, nearly clipping off our toes,” says Morgan Maassen. “Swollen with surfboards and 2 people too heavy, we could only imagine who lurked inside the steamed up car. All of a sudden, out popped the […]

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5.11.11

Blogs

Lucas Dirkse’s Bloody Grin

“This is a Habitat outtake in Lucas Dirske’s possum garage. It’s cool to see how young Lucas is and how many interesting boards he has gathered and ridden over the past few years,” says Photo Editor Grant Ellis. “This is the famous block of foam that Ryan Burch and Lucas began surfing on. It blows […]

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5.11.11

Blogs

Indo Perfection

“The chain of islands that makes up the Mentawais was so much bigger than I expected,” says Bryce Lowe-White. “When we first arrived at the islands I imagined the spots to be condensed into a single area, but it’s actually pretty spread out between the different zones. This wave was somewhere in between.” Photo: Lowe-White

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5.10.11

Blogs

The Almost Perfect Day

“Not quite the perfect day, but this morning was damn close to it,” says Chris Burkard. “Head high rights, tubing behind the rocks and reeling all the way to the shore.” Photo: Burkard

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5.10.11

Blogs

Chris Del Moro Bodysurf

“Chris Del Moro is always keen for an early morning shoot,” says Todd Glaser. “Whether he spends it surfing, bodysurfing, or on some other type of craft, Chris is always in high spirits and likes to work hard to get the shot. This morning was so cold, but the waves were too fun not to […]

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5.9.11

Blogs

Dylan Graves on Holy Week

“This was on Semana Santa (Holy Week)—one of the most important Catholic holidays in Mexico,” says Chris Burkard. “It was rad to see all the local people come down to the beach this day to celebrate. Although this lady was not very happy having her picture taken, she and her family casually took a bath […]

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5.9.11

Blogs

Joel Tudor at Cardiff

“This was one of those days that stayed glassy all day. Joel had called me around 2pm to let me know how fun the waves looked at Cardiff, but I was swamped editing images from another shoot,” says Todd Glaser. “Luckily, by the time I got down there Joel was going back out for his […]

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