Waterfall kayaking has emerged as a dominant subset of whitewater paddling—thrilling audiences and pushing athletes to constantly tempt higher falls. It is constantly glorified and frequently misunderstood by all but the small group of kayakers who make waterfalls their life.
Evan Garcia explores what it means to kayak off of big waterfalls—considering both the risks and rewards of a life driven by freefall.
RED Scarlet Camera
Canon 7D Camera
GoPro Hero2 Camera
Duclos Zeiss 35mm 1.4
Canon 24-70mm 2.8
Canon 70-200mm 2.8
Sennheiser MKH 416 Shotgun
Kessler Pocket Dolly
This is the first ever Bomb Flow TV monthly episode! Taking you to the waterfall paradise of Pucon, Chile. Watch as the infamous Demshitz crew run their favorite classics and some first descents around the area. This 25 minute movie features never before seen footage from the Palguin, Nevado, Carhuello, and Turbio rivers. Remember this is only part 1 of the Chile episode so be ready for the Patagonia edit to drop within the next few days. There was just too much epic footage to contain in one part...
Filmed on: Cannon 7D & Go Pro HD
Cinematographers: Anton Immler, Evan Garcia, Fred Norquist
Edit by: Fred Norquist & Evan Garcia
When asked why they live the life they do...the Bomb Flow boys simply answer, "Porque Ganando"! This episode covers the last month of kayaking in South America! From big water to 100 foot waterfalls this is just another installment in the epic series of videos!!! Enjoy, share, link, tell a friend, kiss a stranger BFTV is back!
In this episode watch as team bomb flow travels around the great province of BC, Canada EH!
Starting out near Fernie BC at the Elk River, the crew travels up to Revelstoke for some big drop huckin, then back down to the Southwest of BC for the Squamish area classics, then to the classic skookumchuck narrows for some playboating. The crew had an incredible 4 weeks, and even brushed up on their hockey skills.
Shot by: Fred Norquist, Evan Garcia, Rush Sturges, Matt Baker, and Tyler Bradt
Editing by:Evan Garcia, Fred Norquist with contributions from Rush Sturges and Matt Baker.
Shot on Canon EOS 7D, Go Pro HD