1. Fins, Bros, and Barrels

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    from Caleb Dunham / Added

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    This past week has been epic on the upper west side for bodysurfing. Each barrel shot in this video is unique and not duplicated.

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    • Attack of the Eel!!!!!

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      from Samantha Allen / Added

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      The title tells it all.... As Derek and I were swimming we spotted this beauty who definitely did not like the camera and there for attack of the Eel!!! Then when we freak out a little after we get away we spot 2 more eels swimming by and that is why we start swimming for our life again though don't see the eel you just see us freaking out haha Super fun and scary all in one haha

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      • Octopus

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        You can see the octopus in the bottom right at about 12 seconds next to the two black and yellow fish, it started changing colors and moving at the point so we moved back to the surface.

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        • Three Big Blue Fish and One Random Black Fish

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          from Samantha Allen / Added

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          At 31 seconds you can see the translucent blue fish the best. They were probably around 2 feet long and there was three of them each time we saw them. Two that never left each others sides and one that would stay with them and veer other directions when we got close. A random black/blue fish joined the swim when we were filming as well. They are so translucent its hard to pick them up on the GoPro but they were beautiful!

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          • Sorry to disturb you Mister Fish

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            • Just Chasing the Fishies

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              from Samantha Allen / Added

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              The school was around 50 or more fish and there were a mix of yellow and black fish. From what we could see they were different fish but they all stayed together which was pretty interesting.

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              • Shaka Brah

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                Just swimming in the deep blue

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                • Derek swiming through Mister Black Fishies

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                  from Samantha Allen / Added

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                  Another little school of fish eating on the coral and Derek disturbing the peace.

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                  • Eel

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                    from Samantha Allen / Added

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                    You start seeing the eel around 11 seconds its a yellow brown and its in between the rock ditch. He was hiding his face but as soon as Derek got to the surface he popped his face back out and said hello to me. He was probably around 5-6 feet long and super scary looking but just super amazing as well. Definitely more scared of us.

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                    • HONOLUA DAYZ - SURF FILM SHORT by KEITH HOLLIS

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                      from Keith Hollis / Added

                      HONOLUA DAYZ Shot on Kodak Color Film Transferred and timed to digital by Yale Film Edited in Final Cut Pro and Motion Music by Keith Hollis (Analog mix down at Design Fx Remote ) Synopsis:Two day's in the life of a monster winter swell that hit Honolua Bay on Maui, Hawaii in 2012. My brother Tyler Ladinsky is featured in this film along with local Hawaiian surfers (pro's and amateurs). This film features an original reggae/dub soundtrack. Dedication:This film is dedicated to my brothers childhood best friend, Justin Vajna, who we lost back in 2007. Justin was around our house growing up and really became to feel like a member of our family! Justin was an avid surfer and paddled out with my bro all over, including Honolua Bay. Back in the day we took an awesome trip with Justin to Maui and the Rasta/Island vibe of HONOLUA DAYZ try's to capture the happy and freewheeling spirit of that trip! (We DID have a boom box down on the beach with us everyday... cranking da roots and the old school dance hall reggae! The guy in the straw hat down on Front Street helped out a bit too! ;) Miss you bro! Jah! (Disclaimer: This is my first film and first time using real film stock. I could only afford to shoot a certain amount to film and I learned about film stock the hard way: most of my film was underexposed! I was able to salvage some of the clips(from the beginning of the film) using color balance techniques and gamma correction. What I soon realized, and learned, that exposing film doesn't always mean it will look the way you see it through the viewfinder! I also had a hair in my gate for ALL of my exposed rolls! I knew I should have blown it out a couple of times. Silly! So, what I am saying is....I learned a lot about film and that just changing film, handling film and exposing film is becoming a lost skill set. When I was going to UCLA in 1990's they offered a 16 MM film production class - where over 3 quarters you learn to produce, film and edit a short 16 MM film. I remember seeing the film stock at the ASUCLA bookstore! I didn't have time to take the class but always wanted to. Doing this film I learned a lot of things NOT to do when shooting with real film and learned a lot from Final Cut, Motion and Compressor. I doubt the UCLA bookstore still sells film stock and the class is probably now offered with a RED CAMERA as a digital film production class. There is just something special about real film - it's captures the excitement of the moment in a way that, well, only film can. I hope to be able to afford to do my next film in 16 MM and hopefully it will look better. The vibe of Honolua Dayz is still there tho! ...I guess that's all that matters. Thanks, Keith) More info check out: http://www.keithhollis.com

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