Jeremy KoreskiCameraCanon EOS-1D Mark II NLensEF600mm f/4L USMISO125F-Stopf 8.0Shutter Speed1/400About the shotI've been shooting a lot of surfing with Peter Devries, and we are always trying to mix things up with different angles, lighting, locations and so on. This location on Vancouver Island is actually at the beach where Peter grew up.This evening, instead of setting up front lit, I decided to shoot backlit with the trees and Peter as silhouettes.Sequence images of surfing are tough, because the waves are always changing – not like skating or snowboarding with static locations. But with Peter and the trees as black shapes it was easier to make this sequence image work. I think the image turned out really well.BiographyI am a professional photographer based on the West coast of Canada. Born and raised in the small town of Tofino, B.C., I have been shooting outdoor life, coastal culture and action sports since my teens. I believe I have a strongly individual style and an affinity for working in cold and challenging environments – the backcountry surf breaks of Vancouver Island and the zero-degree waters of Nova Scotia among them. I am currently working as the photo editor of SBC Surf and my work has appeared in most of the world's major surf magazines. My other clients include Ocean Minded, ESPN and Patagonia.