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da Stylish Cheater 5

This brah boosting a very stylish cheater 5 at San Onofre state beach. Everything he did on his board that day was stylish. Hanging Ten, walking back from the nose, bottom turns, top turns and even dismounting the board was done with amazing style points.

This is another case where the lighting was harsh. Sometimes it is impossible to have the sun at your back when facing the subject of your photograph. A guy in the ocean is a good exaple of when you can't move into a better lighting situation. So I shot into the sun, under exposed, and panned for a motion blur effect. I was also going for a low-key look - dark and emotive. Processed in Photoshop for a sepia look.

     

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