November 24th, 2015
Posts Tagged ‘Surfing Magazine’
Check out this art-driven zine from Surfing Magazine’s art crew and Insight: Sfumato, Vol 1. In their words, “this has everything to do with surfing.” Prepare to be impressed.
(photo: Surfing Magazine)
Breaking news….Surfing Magazine recently confirmed the rumors, stating that they are, in fact, “gay for Dane Reynolds.” If you’ve been on SurfingMagazine.com lately, you might have noticed this phenomenon towards gayness for Dane Reynolds and his denim. A little bi-denim curious (we’re talking denim on denim action here)? Read up on the most up-to-date denim movement news at SurfingMagazine.com.
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Aug 6, 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Follow the Light Foundation Announces Extended date for submissions to
The 2009 Follow the Light Foundation Surf Photographers Grant and change of date for the 4th Follow the Light Recipient dinner
$5,000 to be granted to the winning photographer
We are happy to announce that we are extending the deadline for our 2009 applications from Aug. 17 to Aug. 31, 2009. The winner of the grant for this year will now be announced on October 22, 2009 during the 2009 Follow the Light Recipient Dinner to be held on at the Surfing Heritage Museum in San Clemente, CA.
SAN CLEMENTE, CA- For the fourth year in a row, the Follow the Light Foundation (FTLF) will award $5000 to a deserving photographer in honor of the late Larry “Flame” Moore. The FTLF was founded after Moore’s passing in the attempt to continue his legacy of assisting up and coming photographers. Photographers of all ability levels are encouraged to participate. The application and details can be found on the FTLF website http://followthelightfoundation.org.
About Follow the Light: On October 10th, 2005, the surfing community lost one of its most influential figures. After a nearly three-year battle with brain cancer Larry “Flame” Moore, the Photo Editor of SURFING Magazine for 30 years, passed. He left behind a legacy of brilliant photography and an army of photographers trained by him. Through his work at SURFING Magazine, Larry literally gave three decades of surfing their “look.” Today, honoring Larry’s request, we have established Follow the Light Foundation (FTLF), an organization that will help finance the dreams of surf photographers, pushing the sport and its lensmen forward.
For more information on Follow the Light Foundation Grant and submitting your application please visit http://followthelightfoundation.org/index.html or email Sam Olson @ email@example.com
For info on last year’s Follow the Light click HERE