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- Use a good camera with a long distance zoom lens.
- Make sure you use manual focus so you can keep it looking sharply in focus.
- Use a tripod so we don’t have to watch shaky footage.
- Frame up the surfer so we can see his/her whole body and we can see the shape of the wave.
- The frame needs to be wide enough to see from the edge of the white water, the surfer and the wave section forming in front of them.
- We need to see the ride from start to finish.
- Just send the waves you want to be judged on – only 2 per division will count towards the club’s total score.
- If using a drone, then it’ll need to be a low angle so we can see the actual shape of the wave. If it’s too topsy it’s too hard to judge.