Archive for ‘March, 2011’

Surfing – The Environmental Aspect

The Billabong 2010 – 25 Year Anniversary

Last year saw the 25th edition of South Africa’s premier surfing contest held at the famous point break of Super Tubes in Jefferies Bay.  My previous report in 2010 was more on the art of surf photography, so this chapter I chose to give some insight into the ‘greening of the bong”. There were also some interesting newsworthy happenings during the event which have a direct bearing on the future of this amazing surf break. Again the surf delivered superb conditions for the event and some amazing scores and performances were witnessed by the many spectators at the event each day.

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A New Day – A New Life

” I will leave it to you……….”  is what Anne said when she walked into do this fun session . The freedom to be able to create unique images with my photography is what makes each and every release of the shutter something to remember. The studio is a place where you can control and setup your environment to ensure that all the technical details are 100% ………. but few realize it is your subject that will dictate whether you take a picture or create an image.

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