Filmed in 1963 at the very height of the boom, Endless Summer wasn’t released to general audiences until fall 1966, at which point the movie played like a coda for a era of the sport that, rather than being endless, vanished almost instantly.
"A brilliant documentary," a New Yorker review said of Brown's deceptively simple $50,000 film, "perfectly expressing the surfing spirit. Great background music. Great movie. Out of sight."
Jeff Divine is one of the most highly regarded surf photographers, and his work spans over 5 decades of surf culture. In this video, Jeff presents a slideshow of his work and discusses the culture, clothing, changes, people, waves, places, and general vibe of the sport.Watch on Youtube
An original Surf Channel production, “EXPOSURE” is an ongoing series featuring the world’s most talented surf photographers. Episode 5 features Red Bull Illume finalist, Ben Ginsberg.Watch on TheSurfChannel.com
Action & adventure photographer/filmmaker Stan Moniz was a water baby at birth, raised in the quite surf town of Waialua, Hawaii. In 2010, he reacquainted himself with his love for the ocean, adventure and capturing the beauty of the world we live in.Read the Article