"Immersion" interviews some of the most reputable photographers on the planet. Find out about what surfing means behind the lens and how the business has evolved.

"Immersion" will take you behind the science of surfing, where you will witness some of the biggest swells ever ridden around the world.

"Immersion" documents events that made comprehensive and unforgettable stories that have taken the sport to a new exciting, and different level.

Surfing or not surfing, was it a question?

The story of paddle verse tow talks about how paddling for a wave is a lot more rewarding and courageous than getting towed into one, except when it gets too big.

As it did at Teahupoo in Tahiti when "The Code Red Swell" was called.

It was one of the biggest and most dangerous swells ever surfed at the famed surf break to date.

Through the lens of the high-speed Phantom Camera that shoots 400 frames per second, Teahupoo never looked so scary.

And we couldn't leave out the historic swell that marched into Fiji during the Volcom Pro June 2012.

Surf footage from across the globe from Jaws in Hawaii to Nazaré in Portugal, Mullaghmore Head in Ireland, Shipstern Bluff in Tasmania, and The Right in Western Australia, featuring the best surfers on the planet.