Jack Belli’s been a figure in the OC surf scene, known for capturing great images and documenting a fringe group of wave riders that surf alternative crafts and like drinking coffee in the Blackies parking lot. The last few years, he has been spending a lot of time on the road: Japan, Australia and Europe… Seeing the sights, snapping pics and making the world a better place. tune into his blog theohsea.blogspot.com and see more great stuff.
A few images from Jonavan Crail, a 24 year old photographer from Oahu Hawaii. He’s only been shooting for a year, but you can see he has incredible talent. Follow him on INSTAGRAM : Myth_hi
Today’s featured photo of the day on Water&Light was taken by Warren Keelan in Australia.
Warren shared this, “When the ocean is super clear, it can be the ultimate playground for water photography. Combine this water with blue skies and you can fill a memory card in no time. Upon arrival at my favorite shorebreak I was greeted with dark ominous clouds and small powerless waves, not ideal when your anticipation from the night before was at a high. I ventured out anyway and it wasn’t until the sun broke the horizon and painted the sky did I realize it was worth the early rise. Here’s a shot of the pine trees lining the beach with colored clouds above, shot from the back of wave as it rolled towards the shore.”
Warren’s setup was a Canon 5D MKII, 15mm 2.8 Fisheye, Aquatech housing.
To see more of Warren’s work please visit Warren Keelan Photography
Incredible capture and blood pumping edit by Robbie. Glad Alex survived….
Today’s featured photo of the day was taken by Dale Kortum at American Shoals in the Florida Keys. Continue reading
Today’s featured image for Sunset Sundays on Water&Light was taken by Freddy Booth on the North Shore of Oahu… Continue reading
Today’s featured photo of the day was taken by Jared Sislin at Cylinders in Newport Beach California. The surfers name is Geoff Brack who Jared said, “Was pulling into huge closeouts and was going on anything just for the shot.” Jared and Geoff were the only 2 people out this day and it was his first time shooting the spot. Continue reading