Surfing Photography with Zak Noyle
EP 40 | Shooting From Water, Editorial Transformations & Nat Geo Covers w. Photographer Zak Noyle
In this episode, Zak Noyle and I delve into his journey as a surfing photographer. Zak takes us through how he got his start in photography, from capturing his friends surfing in high school to getting his first big break with TransWorld Surf Magazine. We also dive into Zak’s tips and advice for photographers looking to shoot from the water, including safety measures and staying calm under pressure.
We discuss the transformation of surf editorials over the years and the importance of challenging yourself as a photographer. Zak also shares his experience working with brands like RVCA and the story behind his iconic National Geographic cover.
We also touch on the topic of mental health and dealing with negative headspaces. Zak offers his insight on how he navigates tough times and how he finds inspiration in the world around him.
If you’re a fan of surfing photography or just interested in the world of action sports photography, you won’t want to miss this episode.
We hope this episode inspires you to take on new challenges and find inspiration in your own life.
Links to things discussed in episode:
Zak’s Website: https://www.zaknoyle.com/
Zak’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zaknoyle/
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