1. MORSELS - Kitesurfing Windsurfing POV - Bennett Williams

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    MORSELS is a collection of shots that I have single-handedly filmed over the past few years. During my career on the water, I have developed a unique way of tracking athletes, giving the viewer a first-hand POV experience as to what it's like to be on the water. This edit includes big wave, kite, wind and SUP surfing. Enjoy! POV and Edit: Bennett Williams Handheld Barrel Shot: Zach Goepel Athletes: Unknown, Zach Goepel, Teddy Lyons, Blakeney Sanford, Graham Ezzy, Brian Caserio, James Ropner, Bernd Rodiger, Ian Alldredge, Kevin Pritchard, Sara Hauser, Aaron Ernst, Casey Hauser Music: "Ride on, Ride Out" - Colt Ford Special Thanks: Kevin Trejo, www.solosports.com

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    • Laird Hamilton - 3DR IRIS+ Drone Technology

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      Elevated Media Productions worked with Dronefly.com & 3D Robotics to highlight Laird Hamilton and his use of the new 3DR IRIS+ drone and "follow me" feature. Drones and Go-Pro type cameras are revolutionizing the action sports industry. www.ElevatedMediaProductions.com

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      • A few waves at one of my favorite spots

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        www.mercedesmaidana.com Music: "No Fun" by Iggy Pop

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        • Ch 9 - The Ultimate Waterman

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          Channel 9 covers The Ultimate Waterman Competition and the Big Wave Award Nominations - 150213

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          • Dan Moore Big Wave Surfing

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            Agency: MVNP Client: HVCB Editor: Deborah Miller Colorist/Finish: Mel Matsuoka

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            • RAW PEAHI

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              A film I made for my senior project, as I'm graduating high school this year. I've been infatuated with this wave ever since I was young, and I thought it would be fitting to end school with a bang. Enjoy!

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              • Off Camera With Sam Jones - Laird Hamilton - Choosing My Dad

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                http://offcamera.com/ It’s understandable that “Oh My God” was the only caption Surfer magazine could come up with for their cover photo of Laird Hamilton, whose drop into Tahiti’s Teahupo’o break on the morning of August 17, 2000 established him as the greatest surfer in the sport’s recorded history. How he got there (and lived to get there) is the story of a life lived far outside the confines of tradition. Hamilton has always seen himself as an outcast, first as a white boy growing up among native Hawaiians, and then as a world champion surfer who refused to prove it in any organized surf competition. Brought to the island as little boy by a single mom, he grew up young, fast and precariously. Ironically, the same ocean that was always one wave away from taking his life at any given moment was probably what saved it. His passion for the sea and finding unheard of new ways to ride it gave him focus, direction and an enviably heightened connection to our environment. You don’t spend a lifetime doing certifiably insane things in the awesome, powerful sphere we inhabit without developing a deep appreciation for it. After all, why are we on earth if not to really be on it? Off Camera invites you to enjoy some epic stories and life lessons from a master who reminds us that we’re all equal before a wave. We doubt he’ll be catching his last one anytime soon, but if he does, you can bet it’ll be with no regrets.

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                • Off Camera With Sam Jones - Laird Hamilton - Not Wanting To Compete

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                  http://offcamera.com/ It’s understandable that “Oh My God” was the only caption Surfer magazine could come up with for their cover photo of Laird Hamilton, whose drop into Tahiti’s Teahupo’o break on the morning of August 17, 2000 established him as the greatest surfer in the sport’s recorded history. How he got there (and lived to get there) is the story of a life lived far outside the confines of tradition. Hamilton has always seen himself as an outcast, first as a white boy growing up among native Hawaiians, and then as a world champion surfer who refused to prove it in any organized surf competition. Brought to the island as little boy by a single mom, he grew up young, fast and precariously. Ironically, the same ocean that was always one wave away from taking his life at any given moment was probably what saved it. His passion for the sea and finding unheard of new ways to ride it gave him focus, direction and an enviably heightened connection to our environment. You don’t spend a lifetime doing certifiably insane things in the awesome, powerful sphere we inhabit without developing a deep appreciation for it. After all, why are we on earth if not to really be on it? Off Camera invites you to enjoy some epic stories and life lessons from a master who reminds us that we’re all equal before a wave. We doubt he’ll be catching his last one anytime soon, but if he does, you can bet it’ll be with no regrets.

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                  • Off Camera With Sam Jones - Laird Hamilton - Mind Over Matter

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                    http://offcamera.com/ It’s understandable that “Oh My God” was the only caption Surfer magazine could come up with for their cover photo of Laird Hamilton, whose drop into Tahiti’s Teahupo’o break on the morning of August 17, 2000 established him as the greatest surfer in the sport’s recorded history. How he got there (and lived to get there) is the story of a life lived far outside the confines of tradition. Hamilton has always seen himself as an outcast, first as a white boy growing up among native Hawaiians, and then as a world champion surfer who refused to prove it in any organized surf competition. Brought to the island as little boy by a single mom, he grew up young, fast and precariously. Ironically, the same ocean that was always one wave away from taking his life at any given moment was probably what saved it. His passion for the sea and finding unheard of new ways to ride it gave him focus, direction and an enviably heightened connection to our environment. You don’t spend a lifetime doing certifiably insane things in the awesome, powerful sphere we inhabit without developing a deep appreciation for it. After all, why are we on earth if not to really be on it? Off Camera invites you to enjoy some epic stories and life lessons from a master who reminds us that we’re all equal before a wave. We doubt he’ll be catching his last one anytime soon, but if he does, you can bet it’ll be with no regrets.

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                    • Rockem Sockem Spotlight

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                      from Leif Anderson / Added

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                      Rockem Sockem is the name of a rapid and a wave on the Slave river. The wave is good at low water (about 3400-3500 cms) which is usually in the fall. It's a very dynamic and steep wave, offering some good air. The good pocket of the wave is accessed by surfing through the "penalty box" (or by hiking and dropping in from above). The penalty box is a vicious little pocket of a hole that dishes out some beatings (see this video http://vimeo.com/112213319 for solid penalty box time), but surfing the main wave makes it all worthwhile. Music: Frontier, by Doctor Vox. https://www.youtube.com/user/DOCTORVOXofficial http://doctorvox.bandcamp.com/ Every year, on August long weekend, there is a river festival on the Slave river. More information on the Slave can be found on their Facebook page: http://facebook.com/SlaveRiverPaddlefest

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