Action Sports Photographer On Capturing Some Extreme Kayakers

Tim Kemple a renowned action-sports photographer created this video documenting one of his trips to Mexico where he photographed some of the most talented kayakers in the world. He uses the Phase One, 645DF+ with an IQ180 digital back and 28mm lens at a shutter speed of 1/1600th.    

My friends would say I like to tinker. Impossible flash syncs, complicated rope work, and razor thin focus planes. The athletes push the limits of their bodies and equipment. I do the same.

2 - Source to Sea in 3 minutes

From the mountains of Wyoming to the Sea of Cortez in Mexico, photographers and adventurers Will Stauffer-Norris and Zak Podmore travelled more than 1,700 miles along the Green and Colorado Rivers. Leaving in October of 2011 and arriving in the Sea of Cortez in January of 2012, the two journeyed for 113 days.



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4 - Kayak rolls in slow motion

With the easy and afforable GoPro HD Hero 2 we get to see things we may never have seen before. Here, this flatwater kayaker shows us what it's like to roll underwater and pop back up. 

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5 - Stunning Waterfall Kayaking

Forge Motion Pictures and NRS followed paddlers Erik Boomer, Tyler Bradt, and Galen Volckhausen in the jungles of Veracruz, Mexico looking waterfalls . 

Crazy. Beautiful.

 

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4 - Kayak rolls in slow motion

With the easy and afforable GoPro HD Hero 2 we get to see things we may never have seen before. Here, this flatwater kayaker shows us what it's like to roll underwater and pop back up. 

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