August 28th, 2015
Archive for the ‘photo tip’ Category
Gifts for Guys | GoPro Hero4 The Best Gift Idea in Action Sports is Here to Stoke Out Surfers Everywhere
The wait is over just in time to gift that guy (or girl) your list who’s impossible to shop for. The GoPro Hero4 is the ultimate hookup for a surfer or adreneline junkie. Short on funds? Grab a surfboard mount or gopro accessory for around twenty bucks. Enjoy the countless crazy ways to GoPro below, and check out the GoPro Hero4+ at SWELL
Meet Kama the surfing pig and owner Kai Holt (above)
Location: Sandy Beach, Oahu
GoPro Mount: Soft Top Screw Mount
Getting the Shot: When you’re shooting a wave in the distance and there is a nice bluff behind it like this, you want to compose the shot with the wave on the bottom third of the frame and the bluff taking up the top two-thirds.
Surfer: Michael Dunphy
Camera: Canon 7D
Wave: Salina Cruz
Last good flogging your took in the water
Teahupoo last summer, swimming with my Red Housing. i swam into the bowl and lined up perfectly with Kelly Slater. the next one broke way too far out, so i braced for impact over my 20 pound aluminum housing. i got absolutely destroyed.
Daily Driver Camera
Morgan: iPhone & Contax t2. (more…)
Name: Dane Keolalani Grady
Home: Kapa’a HI
Photog Inspo: Jon Mozo
DANE’S BACK-LIT LENSFLARE TIP
I love the look of backlit surf. Shooting backlit waves will reward you with unique illumination to your photos, and simplify subjects into artsy silhouettes. Some of my most favorite images are backlit. There is a technique that I love to use every once in a while that gives my backlit images a bit more spice.