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March 18th, 2014 | By | 353 Comments

Meet Your Maker | Corey Wilson x Tavik The Man Behind The SWELL x Tavik Exclusive Beachy Bum iPhone 5 Case

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He’s a Surfing Magazine Staff Photographer, Follow the Light Finalists, Tavik Ambassador, DJ and the creator of the spiciest damn iPhone 5 case that is blowing minds in the surf world.  Corey Wilson and Miles from Tavik are known to run amuck in through the sands of Newport Beach, and have a knack for capturing magical (more…)

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March 18th, 2014 | By | 277 Comments

Bikini Season Yoga | Part Two A Beach Body Yoga Session with Resident Yoga Instructor, Jennifer Lowe

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The search for strength and body awareness (with a confident beach body as a welcome side-effect) continues with resident yoga instructor, Jennifer Lowe. Read on for Part Two of her Bikini Season Yoga Series (See Part One Here)… (more…)

March 17th, 2014 | By | 282 Comments

Billabong Bikini Truck Retail Launch | Palm Springs Photos from the Billabong Bikini Truck, Powered by SWELL

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Sayonara, Saguaro!
After a perfect 90 degree day in Palm Springs, full of bikinis and poolside Modelo buckets, the Bikini Truck is heading back home to restock for Coachella. A few road trip home thoughts:
1. Steep slides > normal slides
2. Any slide exit > No slide exit
3. The Billabong Surfside Bralette may be the best swim top ever created (so says almost every girl who has tried it on)
4. Sunscreen is your friend…
5. ….a friend who likes to say “I told you so” way to often.

Didn’t get a chance to visit us in Palm Springs? Come see us at Weekend 1 of Coachella! We’ll be posted up in front of the beautiful Saguaro once again.
Read on for photos + Instagram contest winners… (more…)

March 17th, 2014 | By | 353 Comments

Photo Tip: Kelsey Finn

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Photo Tip of the Week from photo contributor, Kelsey Finn…
Don’t be afraid to move around in the water as the photographer! When I started out taking photos underwater, I realized I was staying in one place, trying to get the exact shot I had in mind. I would then be disappointed if the photo wasn’t exactly what I had envisioned. I now realize if I move around constantly rotating around my subject to shoot at multiple angles, I am far more satisfied with the outcome.

Check back next week for fresh photo tips, or check out past tips here: Photography Tips
Follow Kelsey on Instagram at @kelseyfinniscool