Surf Diary is a platform where surf photographers can upload photos and videos they’ve taken of surfers, from where they can sell to the surfers they photographed.
The platform was established to offer surf photographers a way to monetize their skills easily.
If you’re a surf photographer, visit the site and sign up for an account.
Using Surf Diary makes it easy to connect with surf clients.
Instead of emailing files and sending payment links, you’re able to handle all of that through Surf Diary.
The platform has a payment gateway. Once the client pays they can download their file, or files, immediately.
Photographers don’t need Yoco or any sort of payment system. They add their details to Surf Diary and that’s it.
Creating an account is easy. They even offer single sign-on with a Google account. Sweet.
If you’re a surfer, you probably like the idea of having some fodies or vids of yourself ripping waves.
There’s no better place to get hold of surf photographers and videographers than Surf Diary.
You may have spotted someone on the beach taking photos of you while you were out getting wet, or perhaps one of these photographers were in the water getting wet with you.
Chances are you’ll find them on Surf Diary, ready to do business with you.
Support surf photographers by buying through Surf Diary. It’s easy, and remember, these are your memories. Share them with your friends and family.