Thrill to Talon Clemow’s biggest hits Surfing There’s no grey area in Talon Clemow’s world, he showcases nothing but huge waves and hifi ripping. By Chris Binns on 24 September 2016
1. It is balmy on a mid September morning. Usually in New York the seasons are pantomimically proverbial. Out with one, in with the other, one day to the next like the Sunday comics. This year the summer has hung about the city like a wet rag, no hint of that refreshingly slight chill in the air we're used to around this time. Show More Summary
With Brent Bielmann! The post The Nine Pillars To Drone Filmmaking appeared first on SURFING Magazine.
A weekend viewing experience awaits you. Stream this one to your television or put it on fullscreen on your computer. Put the surround sound on or some headphones and hit play. Surf filmer Chris Bryan has put together some of his favorite clips he’s gathered in 2016 on the Phantom Flex 4k camera. Show More Summary
If you’re feeling a bit bummed that you didn’t win the sweepstakes to go surfing with Kelly Slater at his wave pool, fear not, because with a new day comes a new celebrity-inspired surf trip contest, this time with acclaimed actor Edward Norton. Show More Summary
Professional photographer, Ryan Tatar, shares the motivation and inspiration behind his photography, now part of Surfrider's t-shirt artist series available at shop.surfrider.org!
Enter the Wild World of Coconut Willie Surfers Meet the Maui kid who picks coconuts to fund his big-wave dreams. By Andrew Lewis on 23 September 2016
Offshore oil drilling in the Atlantic has been canceled by the Obama Administration, but the federal government still plans to allow seismic blasting to explore for oil and gas resources
This is Ian Walsh. He does this for fun. Photo: Brent. Ian Walsh is coming out with a new movie. It’s called Distance Between Dreams. If I were to speculate, and I’ve been known to do my fair share of speculatin’, I’d say DBD will be the surf movie that rivals Step into Liquid in The post Ian Walsh Interview : Distance Between Dreams Movie appeared first on SURFING Magazine.
Enter the world of Coconut Willie Surfers Meet the Maui kid who picks coconuts for a living, so he can chase the world’s craziest waves. By Andrew Lewis on 23 September 2016
All eyes on the coverboy. The post Presenting Balaram Stack In 25 Savage appeared first on SURFING Magazine.
Seventy-one percent of the world is covered in water. Which means there’s lots of coastline and lots of opportunities for waves. And in our day and age of the Internet, it feels like there are very few unknown areas for surfing. ButShow More Summary
Apple announced two weeks ago that their new iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2 will be water-resistant. They did so with images of surfers in the water with an Apple Watch, and have proceeded to release commercials like a skateboarder using his phone in sprinklers. Show More Summary
The Commish! The post Occ-Cast Episode 4 ft. Kieren Perrow appeared first on SURFING Magazine.
A whole lotta tunnels. The post Arthur Bourbon and Friends Revel in French Perfection appeared first on SURFING Magazine.
Is it you? The post Announcing The Winners Of Kelly Slater’s Surf Ranch Experience appeared first on SURFING Magazine.
NorCal surfer Kai Lenny puts a series of iPhones through a “surf test” to see just how well they hold up. The iPhone 7’s new water capabilities seem to win the day. Maybe it’s finally time to upgrade...”Sorry bro, I’m not talking to you, I’m on a call.” [Link: 9 to 5 Mac]
The Surfrider Foundation was founded in 1984 then in 1991 the first local chapters started forming in places such as San Diego, Ventura and Long Beach. The power of Surfrider’s grassroots efforts at the local level made people take notice and helped to expand the organization from a passionate group of surfers to include beach lovers of all kinds.
Hurricane Paine surpasses all expectations in Orange County. The post A Paineful Slumber appeared first on SURFING Magazine.