Shooting natural light in the dark forests of British Columbia doesn’t come without its challenges—a patch of fog can be the difference between a forever-buried hard-drive image and coming away with something you’re stoked on, as was the case with this image. We first shot this wooden feature two years prior was working on a project with filmer Scott Secco. A brief window of fog rolled in and we wasted no time—two years later, redemption on the Shore.

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