Biggest waves: colorful wave surge struck “photos”

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Reports, United States …

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Year old photographer Clark …

.Ritter …

(Clark Little)。.

Carrying weigh …

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Kg camera coast surfing in Hawaii, surf height of …

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, Filmed the exciting and unique vision of volumes …

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Ritter was a surfer from Hawaii. …

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After years of surfing, he got interested in photography …

2007..

Years, began shooting in waves on the north shore of Hawaii. His untiring efforts, captured the largest volume in the world, the picture people soul-stirring …

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The set of pictures was taken, Ritter is weighing …

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Kg Nikon …

D300。.

The camera, the camera has a super wide angle fisheye lens can take panoramic photos. To avoid camera was swept away by waves, he links the camera strap to ankle. In order for the picture to achieve the best results, Ritter also brought Flash. He wore flippers and gliding on the surface. Rippling wave effect to keep shooting his surf height …

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Ritter claimed the waves take a vision for “from the inside out”, so a lot of times, he had to hold your breath when you, so many times I almost was swept away by waves. He also said he very much loves the sea and nature, spends most of her time is spent at sea and would like to capture some of these beautiful pictures …

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Biggest waves: colorful wave surge struck “photos”

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