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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

A popular local surf artist is teaming up with Canon and nearly 40 other photographers from Hawaii for an exhibit featuring surf photos of Sandy Beach on Oahu.

Zak Noyle, an Oahu-based surf photographer whose work has been featured in ‘Surfer' magazine and numerous other publications, was approached by Canon and asked to do a gallery of photos for their Hawaii headquarters on Ward Avenue.

Noyle agreed, under the condition that he could include the works of other photographers in the exhibit as well.

"I knew how much my first gallery showing meant to me when I did it, and decided to share the experience with a few others," said Noyle.

In all, 38 photographers between the ages of 13 and 60 years old will be showing off the photos of Sandy Beach during the exhibit.

The grand opening of the gallery is on Friday between 2 and 4 p.m. at Canon's Hawaii headquarters.

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