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Amazing Surf Captured by Courageous Photographer Kenji Croman

Kenji Croman is a Hawaii islands citizen, body visitor, and former aggressive swimmer whose thrill-seeking character allows him to picture unforeseen yet awe-inspiring waves.

Despite some disadvantages with his career, such as brittle bone fragments and near encounters with sharks, the photographer says that he could not see himself doing anything else. Croman’s interest is obvious through these amazing pictures that display the amazing colors and sunshine shine of the limitless ocean.

Each massive trend is as exclusive as a finger marks, and he's able to catch them when they are at their peak.

Careful preparing is needed for Croman to have a effective capture. The evening before a trip, he examines the expected ocean climate to see what the gusts of wind, waves, and tides will be like at certain times.

This details allows him imagine what type of picture could be created. Once in the water, he only has a few possibilities to catch the perfect shot, and at the same time handle to remain relaxed in the experience of breaking waves. The high-risk action benefits him for his fearlessness with once-in-a-lifetime ocean views every day.

kenji Croman Wave Photography

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