Directed by Taylor Steele Produced by Dustin Humphrey, 2006
If you’re looking for a straightforward surf movie, this isn’t it. If you’re looking for action-packed big wave insanity, this still isn’t it. But if you’re looking for one of the most cinematically captivating color rich films to explores surfing across the globe, as well as locations around those surf destinations, check out “Sipping Jetsreams.”
Taylor Steele and Dustin Humphrey collaborate on a film/ book project with some of the best filming and photography out there. From the film point of view, Taylor Steele has two of the best, and I mean best, photography directors: Todd Heater and Alex Berger. They truly capture the spirit behind the locations.
In my opinion, this film is flawless. Beautiful cinematography plus great editing plus some of the world’s best surfers equal a great film.
Dustin Humphrey’s book is equally amazing and flawless. The quality is great and it’s hefty enough to be a proper coffee table book, but, more importantly, it’s an awesome book. So just make sure someone doesn’t put a cup on the book.
To complete a positive review, “Sipping Jetstreams” is worth keeping in your library for artistic inspiration.
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