Category Archives: Ocean-photography

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Ferrari 599 GTB from silver to Red

I photographed this beautiful Ferrari 599 GTB for a client looking to part ways with it. He wanted photographs that would help sell it and to have a few great images of it for himself. […]

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Morning surf

I have always enjoyed surfing.  I like making that statement because it doesn’t define my skill at surfing and I won’t. What I will say is surfing on a board that is shorter then me […]

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Last Sunset of the Year 2011

It has been a great year for me and I hope everyone else has had a great year as well. Thank you all for checking in and seeing what I have been up to. Happy […]

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Stranded

Living in California has its benefits, world-class climbing, incredible backpacking, great fishing (fresh and saltwater,) and your choice of landscapes to mention a few. But I want to talk about its surfing, not the epic […]

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Old Man on the Beach

I was up early yesterday morning standing on a foggy beach. Why a foggy beach, well to photograph another creation by sculptor Benjamin Lavender. To be honest I was planning on it being a clear […]

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Mood

The mood of an image for me is directly related to my own personal mood. While I’m creating photographs I try to allow myself the freedom to create based on my mood much like a […]

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Sand Stone mornings

I enjoy finding turbulent places in mother nature and creating images that are serene. The ocean is a perfect spot to do just that. Long exposures can calm the explosives power of waves that bombard […]

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Random splashes

Recently I found myself sitting on the California coast in San Diego. As the sun began to rise behind my shoulders I watched sets of waves crash energetically over rocks and create random works of […]

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Sunset Cliffs

If you spend long enough exploring a coastal city you can find some places that the masses stay away from. At Sunset Cliffs you can always find people walking, running and sitting on the top. […]

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San Diego morning

Waking up at 5:30 am can be tough on anyone especially if you have to sit in traffic for an hour just to get to the office to sit around in a cubicle. I’ve done […]

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