We are continuing our celebration of World Photography Day by highlighting the work of Dan Taylor. Dan’s personal motto is “Seek the unique”. You can certainly see how that motto informs his photography with varied subject matter, daring compositional choices, and a knack for creating distinctive images.
Fernanda's work captures the joy of being around the water. As a frequent traveler Fernanda has photographed some of the most famous surf spots in the world from the rugged Brazilian coast, to the sunny shores of Southern California. In our interview with Fernanda we go over her early days as a photographer, her favorite places to shoot, and how she stays motivated
Seb Diaz is the embodiment of the word “frother” (not the coffee utensil), so it was an easy choice to feature him this World Photography Day. Seb’s passion and devotion for water photography is both inspiring and infectious and you’ll find him most days with housing in hand chasing waves. We wanted to find out what it is that makes Seb tick and keeps him constantly on the lookout for that next session.
You may have been lucky enough to see some of Dave Sandford’s images appear on your news feeds and social media pages of late. If so, there's no doubt you would have stopped and stared in awe at his amazing images. What you might not have known, is that these images were captured within a lake! We reached out to Dave to gain some insight into this body of work and his process for capturing these images.