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    Surf Photographer love

    Thanks to all the surf photographers in this world. We all really enjoy your work. I'm a huge fan of surf journalism, when done right its beautiful.

    I once meet Aaron Chang when I was 10, it was like meeting a surf hero, he signed my Ashton surfboard.

    There are surf photographers that are 10 times more brave than the average surfer.

    Drones will never replace surf photographers

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    drones are a 1000x cooler than surf photographers.only decent pics are watershots where half the pic is the barrel and the other half is underwater.any dumbass with a camera can stand on the beach and take pics lol,that doesn't make u a photographer.

    but yea theres some good ones out there.just not here

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    Quote Originally Posted by cepriano View Post

    but yea theres some good ones out there.just not here
    That's just not true duder. Matt Clark, Ryan Moore, Erik Schwab and there's a few others that get sick shots often.
    Look at the pics you probably have on you phone and then look at theirs.

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    Aaron Chang, Art Brewer, Jeff Devine, Ryan Mack... needless I say more

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    The best surf photog ever is fl.surfdog!!
    His posted pictures are the best, guys!! The best!!!

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    I sure dig Mitchell's pix.

    I wonder if Mitchell and Clownface have ever met?

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    I'm just a beginner but having fun with my new hobby. Wish better equipment was in the budget.












    Last edited by CJsurf; Jun 13, 2017 at 02:33 PM.

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    Nice CJ! Yeah, Mitchell def has some nice photos!

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    I like the pulled back shots of point breaks... where you can see the wave energy bending in sets, and the triangle of whitewater of a perfect peeler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJsurf View Post
    I'm just a beginner but having fun with my new hobby. Wish better equipment was in the budget.












    I like CJ's pix too. The kid pix and especially that guy in perfect trim on the fish, makes me froth