I’ve always loved to photograph waves, right from my very first picture back in october of 1977. For me, it’s not so important for the wave to be a perfect tube or not. I’m just into really different looking things, so I like it when I can step outside the box a bit and apply my collective photographic knowledge and come up with a winner like this image. I always knew that it was going to be important to get the perspective correct, so only the widest lens will be good enough for this job. A wide lens when placed on level with the sand will give quite an accurate view of what, say a sand-crab would get from the same perspective. A larger lens takes away that panoramic feel, therefore diminishing the realism of the image. These images take great patience also. You might stand there for an hour and maybe only shoot one or two pictures. even more frustrating sometimes can be photo opportunities happening on other parts of the beach, out of the reach of your current location. Just another frustrating factor that makes these images so much more rewarding when you can make them happen.
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