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Shane Dorian dropping into a bomb. He was getting his fair pick of waves in his usual indomitable fashion.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
Never let it be said flippantly that Mavs eats surfers, for it sure does.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
To get that shot which looks effortless you need to put in the miles with the multiple angles.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
Phillip Boston, the Second Unit Director's showreel includes Billabong Odyssey.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
Director Curtiss Hanson has been keen on limting the CGI, getting everything as legitimate as possible. Even to the extent of launching cameras over the edge to capture that authentic big wave wipeout footage in 60 fps.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
Anthony Tashnick's been tasked with the role of a surfer double. He towed in with that hefty lump of gear ... no Go Pros here.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
Mark Healey with another board cam. He was calling it the best conditions he's ever seen out there.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
Derek Dunfee drops in deep under a peak of NPAC power.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
Three ways up on a bomb.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
Double pike into inverted rolly-polly. Classic maneuver.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
Oahu's Kohl Christenson had also jetted over for the swell and latched onto this apartment block maw.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
Matt Lopez, centred and poised, putting himself in with the best chance of pulling it off.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
Derek Dunfee turn and time to burn.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
Nic Lamb and Twiggy Baker willing to share.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
Twiggy Baker and Kohl Christenson about to get a feather dusting.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
1/3: Shane Dorian headed over to here last minute with Mark Healy and pulled into this absolute bomb early on.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
2/3: Shane Dorian getting in the travel time.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
3/3: Shane Dorian arms open wide welcoming whatever comes next.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
They were also using a Huli Cat as filming platform and support vessel.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
Only issue with them being that they aren't quick like a ski or Zodiac. The movie has really been searching and investing in the authentic big wave experience, but really there is only so close you want to get.© 2014 Frank Quirarte
An introduction to yoga for surfing – the top 5 poses we think every surfer should learn to help rebalance the surfing body
My intention is to give a digital voice to the obvious and resonating protest in Mentawai.
Jack inhabits a world where a compact format from a long gone analogue age rules supreme.
A tight little edit of California road tripping. Good news for us surf fans.
The world title race has never been so open.