Sacha Specker ~ Photographer ~ Voyager ~ Waterman.

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A little bit of everything from everywhere.

Some of my favorite work.

I decided to share some of my favourite recent works. I guess what is the point of capturing these images if I do not share them.

Feel free to have a browse and let me know what you like, don’t like and what you would like to see more of. For high end prints on aluminium, perspex, art paper or canvas, shoot me a mail prints@thespex.com

 

Thanks for your visit.

Spex

Emerald Strike - R3000 840mm x 560 mm on 1.5 mm thick aluminium/perspex 1/10 various edition   Aperture: f 5.6  Exposure time: 1/800 Focal length: 10 mm

The Beginning – “Aquatic Perspectives” exhibit @ &Union

After years of building water housings, boarding flights, acquiring camera gear, competing and working in photography, I managed to find some time to follow one of my dearest passions. Capturing my love for the ocean in its endless change and unique forms. From South Africa to the Canary Islands, Australia and Hawaii, I have selected 8 images for an exhibit which was launched last Saturday at &Union on Bree Street in Cape Town. The exhibit will hang for approximately 3 weeks (until the 7th of September). Although choosing only 8 images was very difficult, they are my favorite. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

All images will be printed in limited editions of 10 (which means each one will only be printed 10 times on the size and material it is on display).

For more information or if you would like to order a print, you can contact me on prints@thespex.com

I would like to thank:

&Union, Xcel wetsuits, Hurley ZA, the friendly crew at ORMS, my friends, family and loved ones, Aquatech imaging solutions, Sen No Sen, Found bodyboards, viper swim fins and the legends at Emerald bodyboard shop and of course everybody else who has supported me along the way.

Plenty more to come.

Spex.

Hello Brazil – Itacoatiara in a day

 

Chile come and gone