Lost and found surf book
Lost Not Found - Surf Brand, Apparel, and Surfboards.For three years, between and , San Francisco film editor Doug Walker travelled back and forth between the North Shore of Hawaii and his Bay Area home toting his video camera along with 30, old film slides and negatives containing images of surfers that had been snapped for Surfing magazine by notable photographers back in the s. Recalling the famous surf photographers, like Ralph Cipolla and Shirley Rogers, he had seen in magazines growing up, Walker began his quest to reunite the pictures with the people. And there certainly was. While today anyone can hop on a surfboard with a high-tech gadget and snap a pretty awesome shot, photographers had to be inventive back in the s. On June 30, at an event at the Battery, Walker shared his images with the SF public via the reveal of his new photography collection books now available for pre-order on his site. Now, those stories that might have been lost forever will once again find a mainstream audience.
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At the Rose Bowl flea market. And here I was in San Francisco and my son was applying to college and it was like, where had all the time gone?
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Life was all good. So you should be careful what you ask for because on that day finding those negatives changed everything. After high school was when I was introduced to the editing room at a production company and it was after that I fell in love with FILM. The moment I saw the file boxes I had to open them and see just exactly what was in them. They were filled with mainly envelopes stacked to the bottom. The first one said Feb I opened and reached inside and pulled out negatives.
One day in , long-time surfing enthusiast and amateur photographer Doug Walker found himself at the Rose Bowl flea market in Los Angeles. Born in L. The visit would be a turning point in his life, after he stumbled upon three file boxes containing some 30, discarded film negatives from Surfing Magazine. I come home one night and my son is filling out college applications. Where did life go?