The Shaper Series by Anastasia Petukhova documents the craft of surfboard-making, providing an in depth look at an inspiring and rarely-seen process that is steeped in love and care, part science and art, precision and feeling, and of course, passion and hard work. More images after the jump. [click to continue]
“The cure for anything is salt water — sweat, tears, or the sea.” – Isak Dinesen. An afterwork session as seen through the lens of the talented Ming Nomchong. Read her interview here or visit her blog here.
Happy New Year to all of our loyal readers! This wonderful image comes from photographer Michael Née, a 26-year old photographer based in France. To learn more about Michael and his work, click here.
An Evening with Lauren Hill. A beautiful evening with Lauren Hill spent riding wavelets into the setting sun, watching light sparkle and dance on the glassy ocean surface and floating around with the women of the sea. It’s amazing how the ocean can heal and revive you. [click to continue]
Photo from the Vans Salinas Longboard Festival by photographer Elmo Hernandez.
From photographer Mathieu Hemon, “It was during a short trip to the Canary Islands. After 3 long days of storm, the sun was back at the end of the day, the perfect moment to swim with my camera and capture some lines and light.”
Nothing goes better together than singlefins and Volkswagens. Lifestyle photography by Byron Bay photographer Ming Nomchong.
Jeremy White with toes on the nose at The Pass, Byron Bay. Photography by Ming Nomchong.