Posts Tagged ‘surfing magazine’

October 13th, 2014

Surfing Magazine 50 Year Anniversary

50 Years of Never Looking Back

October 8th, 2014

50 Years Of Surfing Magazine

Congratulations to Surfing Magazine making it 50 years


June 13th, 2014

From Peter Taras – Photo Editor Of Surfing Magazine

Voicemail: June 13, 2014 5:05PM

Hey whats going on Jack it’s Pete Taras how you doing… give me a call when you get this… just calling you back. I went through your website and I really can’t believe how much stuff you have archived and how good your website was built man – whoever did that did an insane job like that thing is like a top notch site – I was pretty blown away by it. I never really checked it out in detail like how it is – it’s pretty rad. – Peter Taras

Peter Taras currently holds the photo editor position of the following magazines and website

Surfing Magazine (print)

Surfing Magazine Flip Book (digital magazine of all WCT contest)

Swimsuit Issue (print)

NSSA Program (print)

Surfing Magazine (website)

March 9th, 2013

Kolohe Andino – May Issue Of Surfing Magazine

At first glance we thought this was Kolohe pulling into a tube from Hawaii this season, but then watching the video clip here at Surfing Magazine it’s looking more like HT’s. Not many Californians can get a wave in Hawaii this good or a tube this big. On that note that is why we we’re so blown away when we first saw this thinking Kolohe got a wave that big in Hawaii (something only Tom Curren has frequently pulled off). Either way we are stoked for Kolohe nabbing another cover!

October 25th, 2012

Why I Shoot The Way I Do

“This is by far one of my favorite covers of all time. When I saw this, this is what made me decide how I want to shoot my water photos. I love the tight full frame where I can see the surfers face. I never saw this straight on angle (from Pipe) and for years I thought Don shot this with a 1200mm” – Jack English

Kelly Slater – Photographed from the water by Don King using a Canon T90 with a 100mm lens

December 28th, 2011

Surfing Magazine Releases Pipe Masters Flipbook

Surfing Magazine has just released there digital flipbook much like an online magazine where you can view all the images from this years Billabong Pipe Masters in Memory of Andy Irons here.

For all this to go down in two and half days is amazing

October 20th, 2011

Surfing Magazine Makes The Cut

A Photo Editor (APE) is a blog owned and ran by Rob Haggart, who is the former Director of Photography for Men’s Journal and Outside Magazine. Yes, this is one and usually the only blog we visit and today we noticed a posting on there site under “The Daily Edit” for Surfing Magazine. Such love on the art direction, but yet so much hate (from the locals) of the story.

ps-Rob can we get some love here at Surf Images as we already bribed you once?

Jimmi Cane on another trip

Readers comments

October 5th, 2011

Editor In Chief Travis Ferre Steps Down From Surfing Magazine

Travis Ferre’s last day as the editor in chief at Surfing Magazine was yesterday where he replaced years ago Evan Slater who is now working at Hurley. The new position that will replace Travis will be associate editor Taylor Paul. We do not know the complete details but the word is Travis will be joining forces with Kai Neville (videographer) who brought you Modern Collective and his most recent Lost Atlas.

Travis Ferre one of the many editors moving in a different direction (editors we recall that have been at Surfing Magazine; Nick Carroll, Dave Gilovich, Peter “PT” Townend, Jamie Brisick, Steve “Zeldo” Zeldin, Jesse Faen, Evan Slater, Pete Rocky and ??)

Kai Neville with sufers Julian Wilson and Dion Agius filming for one of his movies.

October 5th, 2011

Surfing Media No Longer Allowed In Salina Cruz, Mexico

You would expect something of this from Stab Magazine, but yet this has come from Surfing Magazine who have for many years had there staff photographers shooting photos at Salina Cruz, Mexico. Local Salina Cruz surfer and surf camp owner Cesar Ramirez writes, “I hearby advise everyone that there has been a meeting between the local surfers in Salina Cruz including all the surf camps and as a result to this disgusting article … as of now, for 2 years foreign photographers and videographers are not welcome in Salina Cruz, doesn’t matter what surf team or what magazine they work for.” Full story here