Throwing back to the day Eddie Went
John John Florence (HAW) brought a new style and a new generation to big wave surfing by winning the Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitational.
A few sessions with Taylor Knox
from Paul Daniel
This is short clip of Taylor Knox surfing at home in California. The clip was shot on a RED Epic, GH4 and Sony FS700. Special thanks to Jamin Jannard for kindly loaning his RED and Russel Brownley for also loaning his gear, much appreciated!
Music by Cat Party
Album: Cat Party
from craig anderson
Driving across Australia. Hunting uncrowded waves. I like how hard the spots are to get too. I like being mysto in the desert. I like being in the jungle.
EVERYTHING, EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE, ENDS.
Nobody does it like Mick Fanning!
from luke faithfull
Mick Fanning has emerged as the clear standout from the first sessions of what is predicted to become an historic run of swell thanks to tropical cyclone Winston. Alongside his long time friend and fellow “Cooly Kid” Joel Parkinson, Mick managed to avoid the scorching sun and spend the majority of his time in the shade.
from Sven D.
music by: NORDMEISTER kristian nord & malte hagemeister
shot & directed by: sven d.
producers: bruno troadec, gilles delapointe, sven dreesbach
riders: ryan gast, elijah bustos, steven holleran, beth ostendorf
filmed on iPhone6s Plus
THE HABITAT / JAWS & ALBEE LAYER / EP03
from TAKE SHELTER PRODUCTIONS
The Habitat Ep 03 Jaws: Each year the scale is pushed in what is possible at many big wave spots around the world. Last year was no exception at Jaws. It wasn’t the biggest, or most consistent year but there were a few windows of perfection. With the help of a few cinematographers we were able to produce a highlight reel showcasing the waves many different faces. Sit back and enjoy as Albee Layer takes a stab at paddling waves that are best admired from afar.
Surfer: Albee Layer
Edit By: Dan Norkunas / Albee Layer
Thurston Photo | GoPro Showreel 2
from Thurston Photo
Life is full of beautiful fleeting moments, always has and always will be. The only thing that’s changing is the opportunity to capture and re-live them. As a travelling ocean and adventure photographer, I’m presented with marvellous spectacles on a regular basis, it’s a constant endeavour to be in the moment and appreciate the beautiful surroundings that we are all so fortunate to live in. Thanks to technological gifts like the GoPro hero 4, we can slow down, replay, and re experience these moments and share them with the people in our life.
The world is changing, adapt and embrace it and in every way possible; preserve its wondrous beauty.
Enjoy this 3 minute collaboration from Thurston Photo. Shot primarily on the GoPro Hero 4 Black.
Cover shot by Bryce Thurston.
Mikala Jones, Marlon Gerber, Tai Graham and Desert Point future star Awan Hadi could have aimed for the usual sure bets when the Indian Ocean came alive during a big swell, but with such a massive population of surfers hungry to see some juice they knew crowds would be at worst-ever levels. Instead, they caught […]
from Nathan Oldfield
‘Intimasea’ is a short film by Nathan Oldfield, commissioned by the elegant, classical swimwear label Seea. The film celebrates the style, grace and beauty that is particular to women’s surfing.
Video by Darcy Ward. Brunotti rider Brett Burcher // Australian big wave rider and born traveler Waterman Brett shaped his own surf personality to a high level by pushing himself to surf the biggest barrels on earth. Big waves and never-ending swell are some of Brett’s key motivations in life, but the most important thing […]