For a photograph of this step somewhere and watch the scene with 2 skaters right.
But for someone who has time and in skateboarding this would not be a good photo or approaches her and says that what Brian Moss in previous reviews is correct.
Took more than 13 years in the skate and 3 years and taking pictures of skateboarding's best.
Here I leave my flickr and my fan page if you are interested in viewing some skateboarding in Peru. VIBES
The quality of the picture is good, but the content is terrible. Sk8brding should be captured in the middle of a trick so the viewer can tell what trick is being done, and is it going be landed. This picture does neither, it's closer to the launch and not sure if he is bailing, f/s bigspinning. Whats being performed is not clear enough to be a good picture, Sk8bdrding wise. Just my two cents worth(I sk8ed for over 15 years).
to a photographer who knows nothing about skateboarding, i can understand this being a great photograph. when skateboard photographers look at something like this, it's absolute crap.
It is almost unreal the way the pigeons played into this shot especially since they don't cast any shadows.
The shape of the wings on the pigeons show that they are both accelerating to flee the commotion created from the impromptu movie set. Their wingspans seem preternaturally wide. In contrast the wingspan of the skateboarder seems much more modest, but if you look at the shadow of his arms on the wall then it is possible to imagine him really taking flight.
The background is plain functional concrete. It is harsh and even a bit ugly. It is the perfect backdrop for the beautiful ambition of the young men who are pushing themselves to the edge of their abilities.
Technicality / Composition / Content / X factor / originality = 8/10 zoom lenses
it isn't easy ti use skateboat it's more difficult to be both skateboader and camera man at a time! great!
@Yorck Burga you got good pix girls #swaggalious
@Yorck Burga wass up
@Brian Moss this is my house and you under ma rulez sonny bouy
@Brian Moss Hi Brian here I leave my flickr and my fan page so you can see some of Peru skateboarding.
you be a hata
@Ryan Poorman I can´t know the trick through this picture
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