Waterfall kayaking has emerged as a dominant subset of whitewater paddling—thrilling audiences and pushing athletes to constantly tempt higher falls. It is constantly glorified and frequently misunderstood by all but the small group of kayakers, who make waterfalls their life. Evan Garcia explores what it means to kayak off of big waterfalls—considering both the risks and rewards of a life driven by freefall.

Equipment Used: RED Scarlet Camera, Canon 7D Camera, GoPro Hero2 Camera, Duclos Zeiss 35mm, 1.4 Canon 24-70mm, 2.8 Canon 70-200mm, 2.8 Sennheiser MKH, 416 Shotgun Kessler Crane, Kessler Pocket Dolly.