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By far one of the most glassy waves, I've ever captured!!!

I had been watching this wave and sand bank break for about 4 days from a nearby balcony before the morning of this shoot and I wasn't disappointed. I woke up early in the morning and could feel little to no wind. Now it was a matter of the waves doing what they need to do.

Suddenly after an hour of shooting before sunrise, the sun comes out and suddenly the clarity of the water is revealed. The waves roll through and every so often there is one that is absolutely magical, something different, something pure with all kinds of intricate details, perhaps a gift from a higher power.

The next challenge was to make sure I captured one of these unicorns without any water droplets. So I continue shooting this very section and wave for another hour in hope that at least one will not have any splash marks or water drops (they will be the death of me). I hunt them down, being very careful not to create a stir in the water, any splash or quick movement creates a ripple effect, any jump or movement will create water drops that I simply do not want in the shot.

People start walking by on their morning walks and they watch me floating around like a saltwater crocodile, floating back and forth with the ebbs and flows of the waves, patiently waiting for the next wave to roll through that looks like a unicorn. It's an experience, it's a lifestyle and I'm hunting for the right moment and time. It might look like a simple wave photo to you, but for me, it's a process, one that truly makes me happy. The challenge of capturing "That Shot" will stay with me for years to come.

I absolutely love the beauty of the ocean and in particular the waves rolling in. I'm yet to capture a wave that looks the same. They're all unique and different and all have their own beauty and imperfections. I think we, as humans, can relate to this as we are all so very different and spectacular in our own ways.

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Our photographic artwork is printed on the highest quality fine art materials available, ensuring that the colors and details of the original photograph pop off the page. And with the fine art printing process we use, you can rest assured that the image will remain vibrant and true-to-life for decades to come.

Whether you're a surfer who wants to keep a little piece of the ocean with you at all times, or simply someone who appreciates the beauty of nature, this piece is sure to take your breath away. It's perfect for sprucing up any room in your home, or for adding a touch of elegance to your office space.


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Print Info

Print size is the size of the photograph itself. Total dimensions can be found in the size guide.

All artwork comes with my signature on the bottom left or right corner.

A watermark will not appear on the final image.


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Paper & Matboard

Paper - The iridium finish of the metallic peal paper we use gives every image a three-dimensional look ensuring that each print truly comes to life.

Matboard -For framed prints we use a white acid free matboard which ranges in size from 4 cm to 6 cm depending on the size of your print.

Frame Types

Photos are printed on high-quality 250gsm Metallic Pearl paper & then mounted on acid-free foam core. A custom cut timber frame is then added along with glass. Professionally finished on the back with a tape seal & plastic coated hanging wire.

For our large framed metallic prints please note no mat board is fitted due to the size of the photograph, instead the photograph is printed with a coloured boarder of your choice (standard is white) allowing for similar effect to the mat board.

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High quality 400gsm fine art canvas offers a fine structure & a premium bright white inkjet coating for amazing reproduction of art and photography. Combine this with genuine ultrachrome inks of professional Epson printers & you have a canvas print with longevity of 100+ years.

Each canvas is then sprayed with a liquid laminate, which not only enhances colour but also protects against UV fading, dust, minor scratches & water. Then expertly gallery wrapped over a stretcher bar made from quality Australian pine & finished with a tape seal backing & plastic coated hanging wire.

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Float Frame Canvas

Elevate the look of your canvas by adding a custom frame around your canvas. Help bring your house decor with white, black or raw oak float frames.

Why call them float frames? The canvas looks like it's floating inside the frame, this is on trend with current interior styling and sure to remain trendy.

Acrylic Facemount

This stunning medium is by far the most sort after with it's dynamic look and high definition feel my images look like they're wet and life like.

The process is extraordinary with the image printed on the highest quality metallic pearl fine art paper and then applied to a 4.5mm thick polished sheet of acrylic, finished with Dibond aluminium composite panel on the back.

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