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Surf Photography Pre-Checklist

Friday, 31 October 2014 by
camera settings for surf photography

Preparing to do a surf shoot? Be sure you are prepared.   I get a lot of emails and comments asking me what gear I use, what settings is my camera on, etc.. I decided I’m going to blog more about my experiences and what works for me as a wave photographer. I also teach

Pipe Dreams

Underwater Photography Workshop – May 31 + June 1   I’ve always been interested in coaching and teaching others. When I first started out many years ago (when SPL had white water housings) I approached two surf photographers in a parking lot. I was excited to learn from them, you know a few tips here

Lava Tubes

Saturday, 29 March 2014 by
Wave Photography

Lava Barrels For years now I’ve been shooting at night  using all different types of lighting techniques. Slow shutter speed, 2nd curtain flash, 1 curtain flash, external flashes, high powered flash lights. By accident I discovered using a slow shutter speed with flash created some really cool effects, one shot in particular I did a

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Aluminum Wave Photos

Large Metal Wave Photos Three’s Bar and Grill located in Kihei, Maui has several of my wave prints in their bar. Some of these prints are as large as 40 x 90″ with a floating frame option.  

The Wave That Nearly Killed Me…

Wednesday, 06 February 2013 by

A few months back, I nearly died (again)…       A few months ago when the waves were pumping up country (North Shore) I was out shooting in the water. The waves were so big it wasn’t very good to photograph and too dangerous to be in the water. I’ve learned over the years

Ixtapa Wave

I swear I was one of the first people to mount a GoPro on my waterhousing when GoPro first came out. I never saw anyone who had that before I did, but a few months later everyone had it on their housing. Of course I can say I started the trend, but it’s probably not