Meet Aaron Chang

Images from SD surf photographer


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Here at San Diego Magazine we have the opportunity to work with a lot of great photographers. Each has his or her own unique style and skill set. Whether it's shooting food or landscapes, each is talented at what they do. And if you're talking about surf and beach shots, none is better than Aaron Chang. Arguably the most recognized name in surf photography, not many people know this photo pro lives right here in San Diego.

In the last few weeks I have been working with the San Diego Tourism Authority to produce the Official San Diego Visitors guide. While searching for great photos I got to work with Aaron and see some of his works featuring San Diego. The following is a small sample of Aaron’s collection, and if you would like to see more, visit his Gallery in the new Headquarters in Seaport Village or go to aaronchang.com

Cardiff Delight

Del Mar Rivermouth

Del Mar Beach

Solana Cliffs

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