Here's something you might not have known about surf photography. It has a hierarchy, it's incredibly dangerous and it pays so poorly, most photographers have to supplement their income with "real" jobs in the mines.
Just like our man, Caleb Davenport.
It's a career which relies heavily on the combination of perfect winds, perfect storms which generate large ocean swells, perfect tides, perfect lighting, perfect positioning in the water and highly paid athletes. And the pay - when it comes – ain't perfect