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Kickstart This!

Alright friends we are passing the hat to help finish our documentary film, Who Owns Water http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1807627153/who-owns-water The money will go towards time on the final edit (indispensable), voiceover recordings (need that) music licensing (essential), animations (huge), and distribution (kind of important). Plus there are tons of great donation rewards, like ...

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The Jackal

Filmed this short piece for The Action Fund, a Southern-based nonprofit with the goal of re-equipping old climbing lines throughout the South and the US. Filmed on the Sony FS700, slog2, with Sony Zeiss zooms. Check it out: The Jackal from Andrew Kornylak on ...

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Gear Review: Lowepro DryZone Camera Bags

Full disclosure: I am sponsored by Lowepro. I prefer the bags, or I wouldn't work with them. This summer I joined David and Michael Hanson on a 30-day documentary film shoot on three great Southern rivers, the Apalachacola, Chattahoochee, and Flint. (The film is due out in early 2014 and you can ...

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A FINE LINE – Now available on Vimeo

We've just released our bouldering film A FINE LINE on Vimeo ON DEMAND! You can rent or own the film here:    

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Trailer released for Who Owns Water Documentary Film

Excited to announce the release of our trailer for Who Owns Water, which I am producing in collaboration with Michael and David Hanson Who Owns Water - Official Trailer from Andrew Kornylak on Vimeo.  

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Honey Hole

My first photo in a magazine was a self-portrait, hand pulling a lead rope up a limestone cave in So. Arizona. Outside Magazine Sept 2002. It took two more years to get my first real editorial assignment, a week-long junket for the magazine Hooked on the Outdoors. Armed with my ...

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We Reach the Gulf of Mexico!

After nearly a month of paddling, David and Michael Hanson have reached the Gulf of Mexico for our documentary project, Who Owns Water. Check out this cool ass Flickr interactive map of our travels:

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Social Media Blitz for the Water Documentary

  Check out our website www.whoownswater.org and our Flickr feed for the Who Owns Water documentary. Filmmakers Michael and David Hanson and I have been putting together some stuff on the backend to keep the project stoked for social media:  ...

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The Most Important Tool for Doc/Adventure Photogs and Filmmakers

I've been neglecting you, poor Monkey. I promise I will bring you more updates to eat. I'll start here: I've begun shooting with Michael and David Hanson on this water documentary project, "Who Owns Water?" We've put together a website where you can follow along: www.whoownsowater.org Check out the ...

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Who Owns Water?

I will be a DP on this documentary film by Upstream Productions on the great rivers of the Deep South, to tell the story about our most precious resource. Producers Michael and David Hanson will be traveling the Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers from headwaters to mouth, and I will be joining ...

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