Joel Parkinson 2 At 2010 Billabong Pipe Masters In Memory Of Andy Irons by Alex Preiss
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Joel Parkinson
Three Consecutive Vans Triple Crown Of Surfing Titles

Island Of Oahu, Hawaii

Winner: Surfing Challenge -Down By The Sea Group
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Winner: July Avatar Challenge -CANDID PHOTOGRAPHS Group
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Placed in Top 10: Lets Splash Challenge – The Challenge Corner Group

Placed in Top 10: In Motion Challenge – It’s What Moves Me Group
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Featured in the group: JPG Cast-Offs
Featured in the group: Waves & Fine Art Waterscapes
Featured in the group: Hawaiian Beauty
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Comments

  • rodeorose
    rodeoroseover 3 years ago

    MAGNIFICENT !!

  • Thanks so much, Rosie.

    – Alex Preiss

  • AJM Photography
    AJM Photographyover 3 years ago

    Fabulous shot!

  • Thanks so much, John. He was over 100 yards away.

    – Alex Preiss

  • © Jolie  Buchanan
    © Jolie Buchananover 3 years ago


    2011 Apr 25

  • Thanks so much for the feature, Jolie. Joel was over 100 yards away.

    – Alex Preiss

  • dennis wingard
    dennis wingardover 3 years ago

    fantastic shot

  • Thanks so much, Dennis.

    – Alex Preiss

  • AJM Photography
    AJM Photographyover 3 years ago

    100yds away? What lens were you using?

    Actually, there’s something else that strikes me here. One of the recurrent issues I have with photographing surfing (and related sports) is that a dynamic shot often includes a wonderful “tail” of water. But including this in the frame reduces the impact of the surfer and generally tends to make it look as though he is surfing out of the picture. Your image solves this brilliantly – the kicked-up water is behind the surfer, and the surfer has cut back in towards the centre of the picture.

  • Thanks so much for your compliments, John. I used a Canon 100-400mm Lens with a canon 7D Body. Talking about the POV of the surfer & spray in the same shot. In my case so much has to do where the waves are forming (how far from the shore) and where I was on the beach. During the surfing competition I move from place to place because the waves and light change a lot.

    – Alex Preiss

  • Ann J. Sagel
    Ann J. Sagelover 3 years ago

    Amazing shot!!

  • Thanks so much for your compliments and feature, Ann. Thanks to Joel for being such a great athlete.

    – Alex Preiss

  • Ann J. Sagel
    Ann J. Sagelover 3 years ago

  • Khaled EL Tangeer
    Khaled EL Tangeerover 3 years ago

    PERFECTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

  • Thanks so much for your compliments, Amen2006. If you have time and you would like to see more surfing shots here is the link to my Sports Gallery

    – Alex Preiss

  • Dianne English
    Dianne Englishover 3 years ago

    Wowwwwww !!! Excellent Capture!!!

  • Thanks so much, Dianne.

    – Alex Preiss

  • Laurie Minor
    Laurie Minorover 3 years ago

    Fabulous!!

  • Thanks so much for your compliments, Laurie. If you have time and you would like to see more surfing shots here is the link to my Sports Gallery

    – Alex Preiss

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