Wakeboarding Photography

So, you and your buddies ride every day. You finally stuck that roll-to-revert, and tell everyone you know since you're so stoked. Everyone calls you a liar except your wakeboard buddies that were there. How do you prove it? Have your buddies take pictures of you riding! This guide will explain how to get the best wakeboarding photos possible, and will also tell you why photos in magazines are usually better than photos you take with your buddies.

The better the equipment you have, the greater capability you have to produce outstanding images. If you are shooting with a disposable camera or a point-and-shoot, don't expect publication-quality results...however you can still take good pictures. If you have an SLR with telephoto lenses, you have more options available.

Equipment
    Cameras
    Film
    Accessories
    What the Professionals Carry

Technique
    Light
    Angles
    Recommended Camera Settings
    Final Notes

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