Weekly Round Up // April 1-7

Check out what you missed this week:

SHOOTING FROM THE WATER: SURF SUFFICIENT

In this episode of Surf Sufficient, photographer Morgan Maassen gives some pointers and things to consider to help enhance your next aquatic shoot.

 

HOW TO TRAVEL BAJA: PART 4, PROVISIONS BY WHAT IS WEST

In the final installment of our How to Travel Baja series from the What is West duo, Justin DeSheilds and Bryan Morales, we get a rundown of the items that they bring to keep them literally and figuratively fueled for the journey. 

Check it out here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/how-to-travel-baja-part-1-provisions-by-what-is-west

SURFING THE 38TH PARALLEL, PHOTO ESSAY SERIES: SEOUL SURFERS

For the third installment of Shannon Aston’s photo essay series “Surfing the 38th Parallel,” we learn about the uniqueness of this welcoming, although crowded, surf culture.

Check it out here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/surfing-the-38th-parallel-photo-essay-series-seoul-surfers

AUDITORIUM WITH CLOUDY RHODES

Cloudy Rhodes is a young creative from the surf and art rich-culture of Palm Beach, NSW, and she’s got talent. Whether she’s surfing, skating, or using her photography and artistic eye to create her own perspective on the world, she does it well.

Check out the Auditorium here:http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/auditorium-with-cloudy-rhodes

HOW TO FILM A NIGHT SURF ADVENTURE WITH EVAN ADAMSON

Evan Adamson sent us a video from a night surf excursion and since it was different from most films we see, we asked him to break down the process.

Check out the How To: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/how-to-film-a-night-surf-adventure-with-evan-adamson

 

EXHIBITIONISTS: PAT PERRY

His art is layered and fantastical but rooted in real life, which makes it worth looking at more than once.His art is layered and fantastical but rooted in real life, which makes it worth looking at more than once.

Check out his work here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/exhibitionists-pat-perry

 

HOW TO GET STARTED WORKING WITH WOOD IN THE GREAT OUTDOORS

With a few simple tools and techniques, it is possible to use the natural materials available to the outdoorsman to make all manner of useful and even beautiful things when traveling. Learn how to work with wood and connect with the environment.

Check out the How To here: http://korduroy.tv/blog/2013/how-to-get-started-working-with-wood-in-the-great-outdoors

 

QUIVER OF THE WEEK: MARCH 30-APRIL 5

Quiver of the week from Justin Divine!

Submit your quiver here: www.showusyourquiver.com