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SHACC Limited Edition Portfolio Available Now!

The California Gold Edition Portfolio is currently on display in our rotating exhibit space.
The California Gold Edition Portfolio of ten classic surf photos is being exclusively offered by Surfing Heritage.
Tom Servais: Tom Curren, Backdoor, 1991
Art Brewer: Phil Grimes, Newport Point, 1977
Leo Hetzel:  Too Much Beer, 3 M's, Baja, 1963
Bob Barbour:  Kevin Reed, Steamer lane, January 1976
Art Brewer:  Evan Slater's quiver, Todos Santos, Baja, 1992
Leo Hetzel:  Howard Cooney surf check at Lowers, 1964
Tom Keck: Miki Dora, Hollywood Palladium, 1966
Art Brewer: Salt Creek, 1971
Steve Wilkings: Donald Takayama, Hermosa Beach, 1966
Dick Metz:  1st Point, Malibu, circa early 1960s
Included in this amazing collection of iconic images: 1 photo by Bob Barbour, 3 photos by Art Brewer, 2 by Leo Hetzel, 1 by Tom Keck, 1 by Dick Metz, 1 by Tom Servais, and 1 by Steve Wilkings. Only 12 portfolios are left, please remember, when the edition is sold out, no more will be available. Every photo is hand-embossed with the SHACC logo and each set includes 2 photographer bio and photo description sheets hand-signed by all the photographers, all housed in a custom, laser-etched aluminum caseAt only $800 for all 10–11x17" photos, the portfolios are sure to sell out.

Here is what SURFER magazine had to say about Servais' Curren image:

"Tom Servais' iconic image of Tom Curren at Backdoor Pipeline is one of the most recognizable surf photographs ever taken, and yet until now it has never appeared on the cover of a magazine," explains SURFER Editor Brendon Thomas. "When we decided we were going to tackle the greatest rides of all time, it was a golden opportunity to right that wrong." And sure enough, the image appears on this year's "Big Issue," just hitting the newsstands now!

Please call us at 949.388.0313 or email Barry@surfingheritage.org to reserve your portfolio.

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Digital Watermarking of our images – Public Notice

As part of our commitment to protecting our image donors, the Surfing Heritage Foundation has begun using digital watermarking on ALL of our images, including those images seen on our website. This watermark is not visible to the eye, but is easily seen by many computer programs such at Photoshop and other image editing programs. In addition, we have also purchased a “watermark spider” that crawls the Internet specifically looking for any images that contain our SHF watermark. The Surfing Heritage Foundation is prepared to take the appropriate action should we find any illegal or unlicensed usage of images from our files.