1. Home Sickness

    03:29

    from Ben Newson Added 5,460 18 3

    Enjoy some footage from the last 2 years wave sailing in Australia and Maui. It was mostly filmed with a canon 60D and a go pro Hd2. I used Adobe premiere pro cs 5.5, Photoshop and After Effects to edit the video. Its called home sickness because I've been travelling for the last 5 months and started making the video on a smellly ferry going between Feurteventura and Tenerife. As I started going through the clips I had the combination of fumes, the rocking of the boat and watching epic waves made me want to go home. Bring on summer.

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    • September to December

      04:15

      from Ben Newson Added 5,439 10 0

      A tiny bit of wavesailing action from WA so far this season. Hope you get a laugh and some stoke to go sailing next time the wind blows. It was filmed using a Canon dslr 60d, Sigma 120-400mm, Tokina 11-16mm, 50mm f1.8 canon lenses. One Go Pro was harmed during the making of this film. Enjoy

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      • Northern Sun

        03:16

        from Ben Newson Added 3,179 2 0

        This is a video I made at my home sailing spot Green Island on the Great Barrier Reef. It’s located off Cairns in Far North Queensland. This year I returned home in July hoping to get good conditions to break the Australian Nautical Mile sailing record but unfortunately didn’t get strong enough winds. It was however over 18 knots for 90% of the time I was there. This made for some great fun sailing and blasting around on and sometimes in the warm tropical waters with my mates. I was using my 6.6m sail and 75L speed board. This is the second video I’ve edited, it is a combination of footage from a contour HD, GoPro HD and Canon SX30 IS. As you can tell it’s all hand held or mounted using a flymount. You can get to Green Island using the Great Adventures company. They depart daily from Cairns. Make sure you check the tides before heading over though as many fins have been sacrificed to Davy Jones locker. Hope you enjoy the film.

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