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Surfer: Craig Anderson

This image of Craig Anderson was taken in Tahiti on a crystal clear day with zero wind, during the filming of the "This Time Tomorrow." The project itself sent us from Tahiti to Alaska, where we documented one of the largest south swells in many years from its initial peak in Tahiti, to its end in Alaska.

The crew on the trip was hand selected, and included the always-stylish Craig Anderson. Craig has a very casual approach to his surfing, blending classic lines with modern performance to create a very unique style.

In this image, Craig is using his hand to slow himself down in the wave, and although it's a functional maneuver, it's also interesting photographically. His hand is about 6-8 inches away from my camera, which helps give the image sense of intimacy from an unusual perspective.

This moment captures an interaction between the surfer and the wave that is seldom seen, and also shows the skill needed by the surfer to "read" the wave correctly. This image really highlights Craig's style, and shows how special the relationship is between ocean and surfer.

Hand Jive iPhone Skin

Todd Glaser

Asymbol skins are as functional as they are beautiful. Made from super durable, high quality adhesive vinyl printed at ultra high resolution, these skins look great and protect your laptop, iPad or iPhone from abrasion, scratches and wear. Asymbol skins are easy to apply, and when you feel the need for a change up, they come off clean, leaving no residue. 

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about the artist

Todd Glaser

San Diego, CA

Todd wanders the world with his camera, one step at a time. Based in his hometown of San Diego, Todd's work has taken him to remote surf spots from Tahiti to Alaska to Indonesia to Mexico.

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