Photos of your surfing from £9
Relive your recent visit to The Wave by getting a professional photo of yourself surfing. The high quality images make a great memento of your time in the waves and it's fun to share them with friends. You can also use the photos to review and improve your technique. Photos are available to purchase the hour after your surf.
Professional photos of your surf from £9
Our team of professional photographers are on site everyday and capture all sessions in our waikiki, intermediate, advanced, advanced plus and expert area, which means that you'll get photos of yourself from multiple angles. They produce fantastic high-quality images of you in action which really capture the best moments of your surf. This is an amazing way to get feedback on your technique and improve your surfing quickly.
Not only this, but the photos are great to share with your friends and family. They can even make a really thoughtful gift by printing and framing your photo, or you could get creative and turn it into a t-shirt or fridge magnet. The possibilities are endless.
Unfortunately we will not be photographing the beginner lessons at this moment in time.
How do I get my photos?
You can access your photos by clicking here and by selecting the date, time and side of your surf session.
Your photos will be ready an hour from the end of your session
We'll also email a link to all the photos taken throughout your session the day after you surfed.
You'll be able to view the photos for 28 days so you have time to decide on your favourites.
If you have been for a surf and can't find your link then you can find some help here.
About our photographers
We work with the team at Image Cabin to capture amazing photos of you surfing.
After honing their wavepool surf photography skills by working with Surf Snowdonia for two seasons, we are delighted that Image Cabin have now become our resident photography team.
Led by Victoria Johnson-Babcock, the close-knit team are passionate about capturing high quality images of the special moments in our waves.
Victoria says "Capturing the split second where everything comes together makes or breaks a shot. For me, the people we meet and work with, the constant pursuit of ‘the shot’ are my favourite things about being a surf photographer."