When you've got the ability to capture ocean waves in a way that makes them look like huge glaciers or mountain peaks, then you know you're a pretty talented photographer. That's exactly what international award winning photographer Ray Collins does, who says concentrating on lines, shapes, and most importantly, lighting, is the key to his success.
Interestingly, and quite surprisingly, Ray is colour blind, but now with over a decade of experience under his belt, he's managed to build a huge online following for his remarkable ‘seascapes’ and continues to “capture the fleeting moments of a wave’s journey to dissipation.”
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