Even relatively calm sea conditions off Atlantic City, N.J., tend to be lumpy and bumpy. Such was the case for last Sunday’s Atlantic City Veterans Grand Prix sanctioned by the Offshore Powerboat Association. The water wasn’t huge—far from it by Garden State standards—but it was big enough to launch raceboats of all shapes and sizes into the air.
Hang time in Garden State. All photos courtesy/copyright Cody Edmunds/Edmunds Photography.
Among the offshore racing photographers on the water shooting the event was Cody Edmunds, an 18-year-old recent high school graduate out of Lancaster, Pa. (You can read more about Edmunds in a a feature on the home page of offshoreonly.com later today.) Edmunds graciously shared several images with speedonthewater.com for the slideshow above.
Said Edmunds, “In Atlantic City, I was using a Canon 60D with a Canon 100-400mm lens. Most of the pictures I took were with a shutter speed between 1/100 and 1/500 with an aperture of f/11.”
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