Nousheen Aquil February 10th, 2010

40 Aggressive Examples of Waves Photography

This post is dedicated to Waves and Surfing Waves Photography. Waves booming against the seashore can be a very soothing experience for anyone. Almost everyone loves the beauty of sea and ocean waves are the most attractive and appealing thing for everyone. However, waves do not have to look calm and nice. They can be aggressive, too.

Ocean wave photos, pictures of wave curls, ocean wave pictures, and other big wave pictures will bring the ocean and the upcoming summer season to you. Here are some amazing examples for your inspiration. We hope that you like them — and don’t forget to share your comments with us!

Waves and Surf Photography

CORY SCOTT

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Jeff Divine

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ONE SEQUENCE, EIGHT PROS

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Gold Coast

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Awesome Waves

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Raku Art

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Jeff Divin

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Sandy Shack

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Waves

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Sunshine

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Wave Surf

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Wave Surf

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Triple Crown

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Wave Surfing

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Waves

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Waves Surfing

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Waves

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Two Crests

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Seascape Distilled: Wave Panning

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Wave Surf

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Gold Nugget

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Flashlight

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Wave Buzzard

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Sand & Sea ~ Curtin Wave

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Pacific waves

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Catch A Wave

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wave crash

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Cabo – Waves

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Mountain Waves

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Huge Waves

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NZ’S SUPER SHOOTER

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ONE SEQUENCE, EIGHT PROS

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JOSH KERR: “IT FELT LIKE MY LEG HAD SPLIT IN HALF!”

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CORY SCOTT

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Nousheen Aquil

Nousheen Aquil is a web graphic designer. She loves photography, drawing and painting. She also is a contributing member of WebdesignCore , a platform that focuses on free web resources and inspiration for designers and developers.

30 comments

  1. I can literally feel the power of the wave that hit the photographer of the 4th picture two seconds after he took the photo. *outh*

    Flipping good photos though!

    Cheerio
    Eva
    @friendsofdesign

  2. Wow Clark Little can’t seem to catch a break (no pun intended). Many of these photographs are by the amazing photographer Clark Little. Here is his website. http://www.clarklittlephotography.com/ I’ve seen these photographs on many other blogs and Clark NEVER gets credited. Even *some* of the blogs to which these photographs are linked don’t give him credit. This man stays out in the water for hours and hours and tries to get the exact right shot. These pictures are the result of a huge amount of time and effort. I don’t mean these comments to be inflammatory or to somehow put down or belittle the poster. I just like to see credit given where credit is due. Thanks.

  3. Ive been a wave photographer for 6 years now. It certainly is not easy. Many broken bones, 5 days at the hospital, 3 ruined cameras. Most of the times I will shoot 700 shots and will not get one good shot, if we do get a good shot we are very happy.

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