when the waves are good, its hard to get any one to put the board aside and take pics. For someone to sit a session out and take pics that will be cherished memories for years to come is priceless. thanks for only charging $50.
OC would work as long as I don't get too busy up here. Just let me know and if my schedule is open, I can come down there. It works out since I'm a photographer and my husband is the surfer. Keep me in mind down there and thanks!
What equipment do you use? Camera , lens's , editing programs? Whats your experience? Website? What time frame does $50 cover ,hour , 2 hours???
Some questions a paying customer will want answered. Trust me , my wife and I shoot weddings for money ,surfing for fun....when I can pry myself outta the water long enough to shoot.
Nikon D200 w/300m lens; Photoshop CS3; 40 years; none; depends upon the quality and frequency of your rides. If you know what I mean. I've got no place to be, and no time to be there. I think the images speak for themselves: See the http://www.swellinfo.com/gallery/sho...&imageuser=411 photo of the month of Drex Harrington.
Last edited by MDSurfer; Nov 19, 2007 at 01:58 PM.
I have to admit, your shots are definitely "sponge worthy" to quote a Seinfeld line. You clearly understand primo positioning for bodyboarders. I think Jay Reale and Brian Stoehr would concur. Nice work, but I don't recall what the best breaks are in Westover. Stay wet- it's the only way to be. And I must add, some especially nice wedding photography! I've shot one or two weddings in my time, but I really didn't like it. Just remember, surfers are generally cheap, much like myself.
Last edited by MDSurfer; Nov 19, 2007 at 01:54 PM.
Thanks for the kudos .
I don't care how anyone decides to ride waves, long as they show some edict. I believe most of us do it for the same gratification and reasons. Much the same as people that decide to take photographs not 'snapshots'
...Westover Maryland is 35 mins to OCMd. I'm in the line up whether knee high or over head high conditions , water 40 deg. or 77 deg.
And if I ever hit the lotto I'll be the only redneck with a flowjet wave in my backyard!