“Through the Lens” is Havoc TV’s featured flick column. Each week we source the best surf and skate snaps from up-and-coming, already legendary, or important but overlooked Instagram photographers.
Alright so this photo might be from 2013, but photographer Mike O'Meally posted it earlier this week of Nakel Smith in LA.
Skater and Welcome Skateboards team member, Daniel Vargas snapped this shot of skater Ronnie Sandoval at Washington Street in San Diego.
Photographer Carson Lancaster is the owner of Book & Job Gallery in San Francisco and shoots entirely on film. Not to mention he develops every one of his photos by hand. In this shot, Lancaster gives us a glimpse through the view finder of one of his film cameras.
Havoc homie, Dane Zaun, always makes it seem so easy, snagging wave after wave with the utmost finesse. Photographer Mike Balzer snags this shot of Zaun in Manhattan Beach.
Photographer Julian Martin heads south of the border with one of the most stylish surfers around, Asher Pacey.
The Southern California based photographer and cinematographer, Ricky Lesser, snaps photos of everything that encompasses surf and it's surrounding wanderlust lifestyle.
Skate photographer Rhino shoots for the likes of Independent Trucks and Thrasher Magazine. Here he shoots legend Lance Mountain tail tap on the rocks while filming for Chronicles 3.
Sam Ashley is the photo editor for Free Skate Mag, and caught this incredible shot through glass of skater Jarne Verbruggen doing a switch wallie in Oslo.
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