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Thread: ExpeditionOverland: South America 2017 - Debuts 10/27/17

  1. #61
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    Feb 2013
    Central GA, USA
    I just discovered you guys on IG and have finished watching season 3 on YT. The cinematography and production is really top notch. I'm a fan of travel and food shows like Bourdain's stuff and the newer show by Phil Rosenthal, and I would say your video and image work is very nearly on par with those. That's a huge accomplishment for a non-network production group. I'm watching season one now and the growth in skill, technique, and outlook are obvious. Kudos on translating the lure of overlanding most effectively.
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  2. #62
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    Jan 2017
    Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA
    My lord, that was amazing! Your team has improved so much each season, and both my fiance and I agree that this latest season is the highest quality TV show we've ever seen come out of a private production company. You all are truly talented, and I hope that you never stop traveling and never stop filming. I look forward to your next project!
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  3. #63
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    Jan 2018
    Alaska & Montana
    Love it! Heather is a good friend of mine and it's awesome to see her on the big screen!
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