This is How You Photograph Giant Waves Crashing on a Beach – Design You Trust

This is How You Photograph Giant Waves Crashing on a Beach

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Photographer Clark Little is known for his jaw-dropping photos of giant waves crashing onto shore, a niche that’s known as shorebreak photography. Earlier this month, he captured the amazing shot above on a beach in Oahu, Hawaii.

It can be hard to get a sense of scale without anything in the shot for reference. Luckily, photographer Tharin Rosa managed to capture an equally amazing photo of Little bracing for impact:

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Want to go up yet another level? Photographer Jacob VanderVelde managed to capture a photo of Rosa photographing Little photographing the wave (shortly after the shot above):

@clarklittle and @tharinrosa putting it on the line. Photo @__jmv__

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"For those who say #nazare is mushy can always catch one of these" – @helio_antonio #rampofdoom

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#southcoastnsw #glassybomb Shot this morning by @tomhealyphoto

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Finally, photographer Chris Kincade captured this photo of Little, Rosa, and VanderVelde in the water together (shortly after the shot above):

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