2014 Snowboarder Magazine Rider Of The Year Video by Snowboarder Magazine

Here it is, the 2014 addition of the most prestigious list in snowboarding…in video form. Each year SNOWBOARDER Magazine enlists the best snowboarders in the world (all former rider of the year list members) to vote on who they think are the best riders of the year. Here is their list of the top ten male riders, top 3 female riders, as well as a slew of categories like “video of the year”, “rookie of the year”, “jibber of the year” and many more. So sit back and watch all of the best action from the previous year in snowboarding as voted on by the riders.

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Pipeline Winter 2013 by Eric Sterman

Happy new year everyone!
Thought I would put together some of my aerial footage of 2013.
All shots were on the North Shore of Oahu, Pipeline.
More winter swells to come!
For more videos check out my Instagram: http://ift.tt/1gEYqe2
Music: Lindsey Stirling – Crystalize.
To buy quadrocopters visit Dronefly.com

Contact: jeff@aframephoto.com for licensing and job inquiry.
Email: sterman.eric808@gmail.com

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Big Monday by Miguel Costa Photography

On October 28th, 2013, a gigantic swell hit the west coast of Portugal.
In a small fishing village called Nazaré, a place known for a special feature in the ocean bed, known as the North Canyon, waves were as big as 20 meters (about 60 feet) high. A very special group of big wave surfers from all around the world, came to this spot to ride these gigantic and powerful waves.
Apart from an accident with the Brazilian big wave surfer girl Maya Gabeira, which almost costed her life, all the surfers returned safe to the fishing harbor, and the surfing session is going to the surfing history books.
All the crew was led by the Hawaiian Garrett McNamara, known world wide for big wave riding.
Image and edit by Miguel Costa
Music by Snoop Dog version of “Riders on the Storm”.
Shot entirely on a Canon 5D Mark II with a Sigma 70-200mm f2.8

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The Revenge of the Beasts by Sebastian Linda

When I was a kid I saw a skater jumping for the first time, I believed it was magic that made him fly. I realized that this has been a childish fantasy. But this year we decided to bring back my dream.

The Revenge of the Beasts
A Film by Sebastian Linda

EDIT: We are looking for Sponors for the next Clip in the Mid of 2014!



No tripods or dollies used. Just a skateboard, car, and bodymovement. Filmed on the weekend of the 29 and 30th June 2013.
Check out the Making of here:


Technical Assistant and Red Epic provided by:
Felix Angermaier from Klangbild

Intro & Outro – Fuse
Main Song
Woodkid – Conquest of Spaces

Photography by:
Erik Gross

Carsten Beier:

Additional Filming by:
Tom Kleinschmidt, Erik Gross, Felix Angermaier.
Thanks to
Valentin Boomes – Yoann Lemoine – Universal Music – Green United Music – Fanny Tardy – Pierre Le Ny – Teoman Saymin – Tina Preuss – Rudolf Diesel – Felix Angermaier – Patrick Schwarz

Filmed with:
Phantom MIRO LC320
Red Epic
Lumix GH3
EOS 550 D
Tokina 11 – 16 2,8
Walimex Fish
Canon 28, 50, 85, 100
Gorilla Tripod

This is a Non-Commercial, indenpendtly produced project. Support the artists in supporting, liking, sharing.
Enjoy, have fun.

The Beasts Series:

Beasts From the East.

The Epic and the Beasts

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A Christmas Message From Edward Snowden by Gendo

On December 25th 2013 Edward Snowden delivered an alternative Christmas message on the UK’s channel 4 TV station. Before the broadcast a short version of the speech was leaked and immediatly uploaded to youtube. That upload was immediatly blocked but many re-uploads made the clip available everywhere. This is one of those places. If you want to thank Edward Snowden for giving up his relationship, familiy, job and any chance of a normal life to inform us all go here (http://freesnowden.is/donate/index.html) and donate. Or spread his message. And do something with it. Because if something is done all of Edward’s sacrifices have meaning.

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