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6.19.14

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Keramas, Indonesia

Photo: Bryce Lowe-White

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6.19.14

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In Focus

Central California

In general, the more perfect and groomed the waves are, the smaller the lens you can, and probably should, use. Also, the use of 100VS in this situation was intended to exploit the warm sunset tones present in the scene.

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6.18.14

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Kalani Chapman, Tahiti

Photo: Zak Noyle

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6.17.14

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Baja, Mexico

Photo: Todd Glaser

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6.16.14

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California

Photo: Chris Burkard

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6.13.14

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Gabe Kling, Australia

Photo: Dylan Gordon

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6.12.14

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Joel Tudor, San Diego

Photo: Grant Ellis

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6.11.14

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Los Angeles, California

Photo: Bryce Lowe-White

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6.10.14

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Kai Barger, Pipeline

Photo: Zak Noyle

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6.10.14

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In Focus

Mike Losness in Oceanside, California

A professional photographer needs to be as ready as possible for unexpected, photogenic situations. Having an extra camera body with a different lens on it is a good means to this end. In this particular situation, a backed-off view of a smoke-filled horizon helped provide an interesting duality.

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