Action Photos from 15th June

Big thanks to Stuart Holland for sending in his GoPro footage from the 15th June.

If you have any photos from last weekend (30/1st July) then please drop an email as we would to showcase your footage and action photography.

Have a look at the action shots. The GoPro Camera takes watersports photography to a new level with amazing high definition – just look at the detail in the water droplets in some of the photos for a brief insight into the camera’s capabilities. And in the 2nd photo, who is the windsurfer in the background!?

If you want to create photos like this, then have a browse through our GoPro Products. Stuart mainly 3 mounts: the helmet mount, the line mount, and the surf board mount. They all create different angles of view – question is – which one would you buy?

Action Photos from 22nd June 2012

Another hard charging weekend started with a 40 knot Friday third one in a row used my 3.7 again in June .

Seems like we are getting some full on weather this summer and with maybe more coming next weekend.

Thanks for all the photos that are being sent in. This week Mark Rutherford, Craig Leroux, and Mark Perry’s GoPro took a sand blasting on the beach to get these great shots, and I also took a few of them.

If you have any decent photos or video, then please send them to me: [email protected]

It was good to see so many people out – including a couple of Pros Andy bubble chambers &Timo who were going for some large moves.

And then Neal, Emile, Kyle, Justin were seen doing some nice stalled forwards. Other people I spotted were: Goodwin, Hatton, Da Perry’s, Mike Chesnut, & Westy…

      
         

A change in weather

These certainly aren’t the most typical weather conditions that we usually experience in June. However, being typical Brits, we make the most of all the conditions and still pursue our love of watersports despite the rain…

The rain started on Sunday night… and didn’t stop until late Tuesday night. West Sussex was issued with a severe flooding warning and only essential travel was advised. Simon took heed of this warning and took to his paddleboard to get around the 2XS office and car park.

Do send us any photos you might have of field surfing or paddle boarding/kayaking in urban locations.

With all the rain, last weeks windy weather seems like a long time ago. With gusts of well over 50kts, there was a lot of action to seen on the water.
Stu Holland took his new GoPro camera out on a surfboard mount and shot some great photos and interesting angles.

 Neal Gent was photographed windsurfing at Joliffe Road riding the storm force winds, amongst many other brave faces battling the winds

There is more unsettled weather forecast for the rest of the week and hopefully we will see you all at WWWC for another windy weekend.