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Member Since 18 Sep 2009
Offline Last Active Sep 27 2009 07:45 AM
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In Topic: Tips to keep water from gathering on the lens port

24 September 2009 - 07:29 AM

Thanks James, they hid that pretty good. Here is one of G10 shots.

In Topic: So Cal Surf Photogs lets see your goods

21 September 2009 - 09:21 AM

I'm based out of Encinitas (N. County San Diego). I am a filmmaker/event producer who moved back down from LA about two years ago. I started shooting surf stuff of friends on various trips Indo, Mex, CR, etc. and really had fun. I have been surfing for 15 years. I finally upgraded my equipment about a two years ago when I sold a lot of my video stuff. I have mainly shot with my Canon 20D and the Sigma 50-500mm but recently bought a Canon G10 and the 28 water housing. My budget just doesn't allow for a housing for my 20D right now and I am thinking about upgrading to the 50D pretty soon. I am having a blast with the new housing shooting from the water and am learning new tricks. Stoked to meet anybody with a similar passion around the SoCal area. My website/portfolio is www.freesurfpics.net

In Topic: Tips to keep water from gathering on the lens port

21 September 2009 - 08:04 AM

http://www.freesurfp...w..._id=0&pos=1

Good looking shot Hani. Loving the camera and getting used to it being slow(er). This a pretty cool site.....is there a way to post pics without having to do a direct web link?

In Topic: Tips to keep water from gathering on the lens port

18 September 2009 - 04:36 PM

Wow, the spit technique where you let it dry works so good, thanks! Have been shooting most of my surf stuff with a 20D and an 800mm lens but recently got a G10 and the Canon 28 water housing. Kind of hard to shoot fast surf stuff with the G10 since the fastest it will shoot is 1fps but it is still possible to get some okay shots with it. Having a blast shooting from the water with it. www.freesurfpics.net