Bridge to a reef break in Taiwan.
Possibly the most useful—and under-rated—lens in photography is a low-distortion, super wide angle (not a fisheye!). If you want to capture foreground, reveal layers, add visual tension, and exploit depth, this is the type of lens to do it with.
A very, very French video profile of SURFER photographer Zak Noyle, by Desillusion Magazine
From Desillusion: “Based in Oahu, Hawaii, surf photographer Zak Noyle spends countless hours in the water creating dramatic imagery and artful interpretations of the magnificent ocean environment. Directed by Pierre David, this short film bring us to Oahu, Hawaii, to learn more about the man and his ambition to share his photographic vision to the […]
New south swell in Oceanside, California
Shot before sunrise, this “telescape” attempted to take advantage of the low light capabilities of the Mark II, the foreshortening effects of a super-telephoto, and the predawn colors.
Mollusk San Francisco hosts Divine slideshow on April 12
There’s no better surf shop to host a ’70s-focused surf photography exhibition than Mollusk, the surf temple to all things retro. On April 12, iconic lensman and former SURFER photo editor, Jeff Divine, will present some of his favorite works, including many rarely-seen photos, in a slideshow/surf art presentation at Mollusk’s San Francisco location. He […]