Photographer Clark Little began taking pictures of Hawaii’s shorebreak over eight years ago after being inspired by a photograph of Waimea’s shorebreak that his wife brought home. Setting out to replicate the unique image of waves just before they crash, he went out equipped with just a small point-and-shoot camera and cheap waterproof casing. Eight years on, he’s gained worldwide recognition for his photography, which he exhibits in his gallery in Haleiwa, and has just released his first coffee table book of images. Online surfing community The Inertia has just released a short documentary detailing the photographer’s practice, which you can view above.
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