Take it all in while you can

Take it all in while you can

Here is a photo I captured the other night. People don’t realize how difficult it is to get a shot like this. You have to brave 40 degree water, lug around a heavy water housing with a flash attachment on top & be able to position yourself in the right place of the wave to get the shot. It’s really not that easy at all. I love it thought & it’s one of my favorite things to do. No matter how many waves you photograph no two are the same.

B&W on a Monday

B&W on a Monday

Here is a photo I grabbed yesterday at the Bogue Inlet Pier here in Emerald Isle, NC. I had a super cold session swimming around. The air was pretty warm but the water is still freezing. I love how you have the pier framed by the wave. Click here to preview more of my work http://www.grahamhuntphotography.com

Emerald Isle Photographer

Emerald Isle Photographer

Here is a photo I took last night. If you’ve never experienced a sunset from the ocean I really suggest you do so. This time of year there is nobody around and there is no better feeling than being in the right place at the right time with your camera. Every time I open my water housing it’s like Christmas because you never know what you get. If you’re interested in purchasing this print or any others please contact me graham@surferphotos.com

Emerald Isle Photographer

Emerald Isle Photographer

I went for my first swim back about two evenings ago. It was very cold & windy but we had some nice shore break coming through. I figured I would give it a go. I ended up getting about 5 good photos. This was taken about 10 minutes after the sun had gone down. If you’re interested in purchasing this print or ones similar please visit my website: http://www.grahamhuntphotography.com

Waimea Bay

Waimea Bay

I just got back from a 2 week long vacation in Hawaii. I basically stayed on a farm just outside of the North Shore. I took a little trip over to Maui for about 4 days to see a friend. It was a great trip and we scored some amazing waves. Here is one from Waimea Bay from one of the biggest days of swell.