I took this at Malibu about 4 or 5 years ago. I looked at the shots and was pretty disappointed about how they came out. I ended up sending one of them to the Surfers Journal, and Jeff Divine immediately emailed me back asking for a high resolution version. It ended up being the cover shot. I couldn't believe it. Photo: @Cyrus_Sutton
This is a shot I took of Harrison Roach in Australia. He's a good master of trim to follow. Photo: @Cyrus_Sutton
This is a shot I took with my Sony NEX in a small housing. These line of cameras are great because they're really compact yet they allow you to shoot RAW, and you can customize all functions of the camera. This was taken in Mexico at a wave with 100-yard-long peelers and no one out. Photo: @Cyrus_Sutton
love speed blurs with longboarding. It really shows the smooth flow. Perhaps the best guys today capturing long boarding in this way is Woody Gooch from Australia. He lives near some perfect setups and highly talented surfers. The results are images like this with surfer Matt Cuddihy. Photo: Woody Gooch
Another epic photo from Woody Gooch of subject Lola Mignot. Women are always going to be the ultimate longboarders. Their natural style and grace lends itself to the way longboards ride. Lola is one of the best. Photo: Woody Gooch
This is a quiver shot we took for a Korduroy.tv animation. Photo: @Cyrus_Sutton
Editor’s Note: #LogDaze is a new series featuring some of the world’s most radical longboard visuals. The seventh in the series is professional surfer and filmmaker, Cyrus Sutton.