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Matt Meola and Albee Layer Catch Huge Airs in New Edit

If you like improbable airs then you’ll probably like Matt Meola and Albee Layer’s new edit “Polyemma”. Both these guys have been at the forefront of aerial innovations for a while now and unsurprisingly, they're both 2018 Surfer Awards Best Maneuver nominees. 

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Besides ridiculous surfing, it’s a pretty diverse video; there are bits of mountain biking, fishing, spearfishing and even some big Jaws footy. It’s always good to see these two launch above the waves, but it’s pretty damn cool to watch them shoot fish 30 odd feet below. Good luck with the Surfer Awards boys, we’ll be watching.

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VIDEO: What it’s Like to Photograph Thunderous Tahitian Waves Underwater
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VIDEO: What it’s Like to Photograph Thunderous Tahitian Waves Underwater

VIDEO: What it’s Like to Photograph Thunderous Tahitian Waves Underwater

Forging a career as an underwater surf photographer is, to put it lightly, a daunting task. RELATED: See showtimes, buy tickets for our tour If you want to photograph the best breaks in the world up close and personal, the job requires an immense amount of physical dedication. Shooters are required to constantly balance against hellish currents while swimming with bulky camera gear in hand and regularly have to wear one (or two) waves on the head as a price for their art. And now, with

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Adventure Athletes Scrutinized for Damaging Precious Lands
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Adventure Athletes Scrutinized for Damaging Precious Lands

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The outdoors are not always a blank canvas. As much as we'd like to creatively paint lines or set routes on whatever we fancy, in some cases we simply shouldn't. A few different adventure athletes learned this the hard way after inappropriately using protected and sensitive areas of land for recreation and content creation.  The controversy begins in Hawaii, where a group of skiers and snowboarders—Victor De Le Rue, Markus Eder, and unnamed additonal skier—rode down the dry slopes of the

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Behind the Scenes of Brandon Semenuk and The unReal One-Shot
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When Brandon Semenuk dropped into his custom-built line for TGR and Anthill Production’s 2015 mountain bike film unReal, he did not expect it would become one of the most-viewed mountain bike segments ever. Semenuk would go on to produce other mind-bending riding segments showcasing his creativity and Jedi-like bike handling skills, but this one was special.  RELATED: Check out Adolf Silva's Insane Save from Darkfest 2019 The crux for this particular unReal segment was that it was all shot in