Full Cast Fiberglass Megapixels
Sonny Miller | Cinematographer
Sonny Miller was a legendary cinematographer, photographer, explorer, best friend to many, loved by all. We miss Sonny, his smile and positive attitude was contagious. Rest in Love Miller!
1960 - 2014
Brian Bielmann | Photographer
Brian has been taking photos since the 1970s and living on the North Shore of Hawaii. He is currently the Photo Editor of Free Surf magazine, taking pictures and riding waves.
Scott Aichner | Photographer
Scott has taken over 80 cover shots for all the top surf magazines around the world. Scott was the water photographer who brought close up wide angle incredible images in the early 2000s.
Larry Haynes | Cinematographer
Larry has been filming from the water since the 80s. Living on the North Shore you can still find Larry out in the water with a camera or surfing. At 60 Larry has the fountain of youth and positive stoke.
Mike Prickett | Cinematographer
Mike is a top level cinematographer who honed his skillls in the waters of Hawaii. Growing up in the islands helped shape Mike's career. He is currently the DP of surf action for the HBO series 100 foot wave.
Jeff Mana Walthall | Photographer
Jeff "Mana" Walthall was an incredible photographer, friend and loved to take pictures, videos and surf. We will always remember Mana with his love and aloha.
Rest in Love Mana
Brent Bielmann | Photographer
Brent is the youngest photographer featured in Fiberglass and Megapixels. Brent has turned into one of the top water photographers in the world. His uncle Brian has been a huge influence on Brent's career.
Dave Nelly Nelson | Photographer
Nelly is one of Santa Cruz finest surf photographers. Nelly loves spending the winters on the North Shore. Check out his new book out now, Dual Perspective.
Jim Russi | Photographer
Jim has been a fixture on the North Shore of Oahu since the 1970s. Jim's images have been featured all over the world. We are grateful for Jim's contribution to Fiberglass and Megapixels.
Daniel Russo | Photographer
Daniel was born and raised on the North shore of Oahu. His abilities in the ocean are second to none. Capturing some of the most incredible images in heavy situations.
Mick Fanning | Surfer
3 time world champion surfer, Mick Fanning has been coming to the North shore of Oahu since he was young. Hearing Mick's love and fear of the reputation of the heavy waves in Hawaii.
Jamie Brisick | Surfer, Writer, Photographer
Jaime was a pro surfer in the 80s and early 90s and that helped shape his writing and photography skillset. Jaime still surfs and writes compelling stories about the sport we love.
Daren is a master water cinematographer with amazing swimming ability. His work is featured in many commercials and films. We are thankful for his contribution to the film with his amazing 16mm film water footage and insightful words.
Mark Healey | Surfer
Mark Healey is one of Hawaii's premier big wave surfers and charger at pipe. mark also is a world renowned free diver and a stunt man for some of Hawaii's top primetime tv shows and movies.
Reef Mcintosh | Surfer
Reef Mcintosh has been a fixture on the North Shore for decades. Kauai local know for charging huge waves/ Quiksilver team rider who also manages the grooms and the Quik house during the winter months.
Pierre Tostee | Photographer
Pierre Tostee from south Africa was the ASP photographer for years. Traveling the world capturing images and surfing.
Johnny Boy Gomes
FLUID COMBUSTION is kinetic and in your face. It has the best surf photography I have ever seen on a home video or in a theater. Plenty of tube viewpoints and best of all some of the surfers were followed from behind so you can see them work the wave down the line.
I also like that the producers included a couple female surfers in those down the line shots. It was refreshing to see.
The music is mostly "speed metal" but the band that impressed me the most was Tom Curren's. His band is the only contemporary band I know that can make vocals work with surf music.
The wipeout sequence was the most brutal I have ever seen. It certainly wasn't entertaining. It made me cringe and writhe. Well, that is except for one wipeout. This guy was on a long board and he thought he'd walk the nose. What he did do was walk completely off the front end on a double overhead wave.