“With surf photography, there’s not much in your control. It’s nature, and the only thing you can do is keep your eye out. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve missed a shot, but that is the thrill of shooting—you never what is going to happen so always be ready.” To bring out the curl in the waves, use a long lens and try to shoot somewhat parallel to the shore, rather than shooting it face on.”
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50 tips for photographing wonderful waves.
Summer is approaching. With summer comes…well, many wonderful things. Travelling, warm weather, tans, surfing, sunglasses and, the possibility to take amazing photographs.
A lot of people go to the beach as holidays approach. And waves are a big part of seascapes’ magic. However, it isn’t that simple to capture a wave, with no unwanted blur, splash, or wrong timing. This article will give you tips and tricks, based on 12 seascape photographers’ work and experience, on how to succeed this summer. Dive in!