‘The Wild’ Surf Film by Aaron Lieber

Sep 14, 2015

Category: Entertainment

We’ve seen quite a few impressive uses of high quality cameras as of late, but The Wild is probably the most glorious footage we’ve ever seen.

The short film, which is directed by Aaron Lieber, is shot entirely in high quality 6k resolution, providing breathtaking footage of teen surf hero Noah Beschen. It’s amazing to see such high quality film shared on the internet, which is loaded with less-than-impressive smartphone and dashcam videos. But The Wild brings the cinematography standard up a notch, as it’s filled with crashing waves, underwater footage and an impressively high quality sunset. It also helps that this little guy can shred, but even if you’re not interested in the surfing, it’s worth a watch for the quality admiration, alone.

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