I’ve found that photography is an endeavor that is aided by taking lots of pictures. Though it seems that your favorite photographer produces nothing but beautiful artistic shots, you don’t get to see the hundreds of shots that are left on the cutting room floor (or the virtual trash can on your computer’s desktop) for every finished image. It used to be that the cost of film and developing was preventative to this idea for the average person, but we are beyond that now. If you want to try a lot of stuff, there’s no real cost barrier. It’s all about time now.

If you put in the time, you are bound to find a few winners. The key is to stop long enough to think about what worked and what didn’t.

Surf and Adventure Photographer - Chris Burkard

Just this morning I came across a post on Brian Smith's Blog called-Masters of Photography: Adventure Photographer Chris Burkard . You've got to go visit the site and see some of Chris' work. It is some of the most beautiful imagery of nature and surfing I've ever seen. I love the color, and the way he captures the glow and power of the ocean. You can also go see a bunch more in his site-

As I've mentioned a few times here on the site, I'm a pretty big fan of Sony E mount cameras and Chris is using pretty much the same camera bodies, but a whole ton of lenses as well.