Talented teenager takes us on a photographic tour of Sydney’s northern beaches
Surfing skill runs remarkably deep nowadays and regardless of age, anyone willing to get involved can have an impact. From 50-year-old tour veterans to 16-year-old rookies, age really is just a number. And that also goes for creating images.
Meet Byron McLoughlin, 17, a young photographer and videographer from Sydney who inertia discovered the chronicle of the city’s northern beaches and its surfers with his lens. As you can see in the gallery above, the child has a gift for both composition and timing. And a fantastic understanding of light at a relatively young age.
“I’m pretty stuck on surf photography,” he told me. “I have no sense of accomplishment in other niches. I tried a lot and it didn’t give me the same spark as when I connect with my subjects in the water.