Monday, May 15, 2017

Proximity - a film and book project by Taylor Steele and Todd Glaser

A visceral portrait of modern surfing. The film follows eight of the world's best surfers - four legends and four rising stars - as they search for new waves and deeper understanding in exotic destinations.
Tour heads to California this week. Check here for dates and locations: 

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Zak Noyle - National Geographic

This image by Zak Noyle has helped ignite an awareness movement regarding plastics in the ocean. It’s now being featured in the April issue of National Geographic Magazine, which we are certain will inspire more thought and action in regards to how we deal with this critical situation. Bravo to Zak and Dede Suryana for making one of the most impactful images of the decade.

Check out more of Zak's work here.

Monday, July 11, 2016

The Evolution of Surf Photography
Come learn about the evolution of surf photography with master lensmen Art Brewer, Zak Noyle and JP Van Swae on July 22 at 6 pm in Costa Mesa, CA.

Friday, October 30, 2015

Media's Evolving State

Check out this great article by Transworld Business which addressed the question of:

"How do you protect your work when the digital world, Instagram included, makes it so easy to be muddled in the chaos?"

There's some valuable insight from photographers Chris Burkard and Tim Zimmerman as well as Evan Slater of Hurley and A-Frame's Jeff Hall.

This a must read article for every photographer and brand.

Read it HERE.

Monday, August 24, 2015

Open See - Todd Glaser and Kelly Slater

Todd Glaser has a gallery showing at the Known Gallery in Los Angeles featuring images of Kelly Slater during the North Shore winter of 2015. Todd has probably photographed Kelly more than anyone else in the last 5 years allowing him to capture action and behind the scenes photos of the greatest surfer of our time.

The show only runs through August 28th, so be sure to check it out soon if you're in the area!

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Zak Noyle - iPhone 6 World Gallery

We couldn't be more proud of long time A-Frame family member Zak Noyle and his recent work with Apple iPhone 6. A few months back, Zak's image of an empty wave shot with his iPhone started showing up on billboards around the world (Melrose avenue in Beverly Hills pictured below) and since then his video work with the same device is now prominently featured in the Apple World Gallery.

Zak was the first photographer to add his iPhone to his water arsenal at Pipeline and started sending live images from the lineup long before most people considered the camera worthy of such feats. He's a man of many talents who's very focused on the continuous advancement of his craft. And for that we thank him. Thanks Zak!

See more of Zak's work here.