Growing up on the North Shore of Oahu Hawaii photographer Clark Little
grew up around surfing. His brother loved surfing and he eventually followed his bother into the water. His passion for the water soon changed from surfing into photography.
Back in 2007 his wife wanted a picture of the ocean to decorate their home. He urged her not to purchase anything because he insisted he'd be able to photograph something himself. Armed with a $150 Canon SD500 point-and-shoot he was able to capture some really amazing pictures. He shared his images with friends and family and they were impressed by their unique perspective. He decided to start sharing those images via social media. After contacting a media company he soon found himself in the midst of wild popularity including tours on daytime news shows sharing his images, tips, and tricks.
Seven years later he's upgraded his equipment and has won many awards but the motivation is the same; simply doing what he loves.
Check out the video below to meet Clark and hear his awesome story.