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This weeks photo of the week comes from the Hasselblad lens of Arizona’s finest photographer (and great rider),Derrick Riggs. With the beautiful colors Provia 100 offers tied together with a crazy trick and perfect lighting I knew this was the one. Keep reading to hear a bit more on how this photo went down.
“I first met Vance Trevino maybe about 2 years ago while on a trip to Tucson AZ, he and his cousin Andy “floyd” Erickson most definitely do there part to keep BMX raw in Tucson. Case in point, we actually went to this school cause Vance wanted to a just 360 the stair set which lies and the bottom of the rail/ledge. A few minutes after getting the clip on set, he told Andy “i wanna 60/40 the rail” and asked if id like to shoot it, i gave him a “hell yeah”, after a few tries he rolled away with a smile on his face. By the way he also did a hard 180 out to. And a “STILL” is better than sequence any day for me. KRIMZEN !!!!!!” – Derrick
Camera: Hasselblad 500c w/ 80mm 2.8 – 1/500th maybe f/8 or F/11
Film: Provia 100f
Lights: 1 Einstein 640 powered to 226.3 watts, flash duration of 1/3108th t2
Slaves: All triggered by pocket wizard plus 2’s
When I saw this photo pop up in the Flickr group I knew instantly that it was going to be my pick for photo of the week. How could it not? Everything from lighting and composition to the riding and spot are so perfect. Its friday so kick back and take in Ole Kristiansen lacing this perfect ice 180 for the lens of Mateusz Wieczorek then check out more of his work here and here.
Fujifilm X-T1 | ƒ/2.0 | 1/30th | ISO 200 | 35.0 mm
I’ve been pretty active with the Push It A Stop Flickr lately and have been noticing a lot of photographers work level increasing rapidly which had me thinking damn, I haven’t done a photo of the week in a long time. From now on check back here every friday to see who took the top spot. I guess you could say “first up” is Nick Wotton with this downside whip of Ant Richards. Keep Reading for some words from the man himself on how this photo went down.
“It was my day off college and my flash stands had just arrived that morning so i was keen to go out and shoot a photo, I met up with some lads from my town and we cruised over to the seafront to meet up with the rest of the crew.
We ended up coming across these black wedges which are pontoons for the harbour, straight away Ants all over them busting out tricks before i could even set up, luckily he was patient enough to let me set up for this whip photo as he is a nightmare at times for sending ridiculous stuff without telling anyone what he’s doing.
Ant is one of the best riders in my area sending pro level stuff with no fuss all day long, But he is fully underground and thats the way he likes it, We waited for the sun to set and then i set up, one canon speed light 540exii fired by pocket wizard flex tt5 to the far left giving him some back light and then the same set up to my right lighting the pontoon and Ants bike, I used a Canon 5d mrkii with a 50mm 1.8 and the mini tt1 to trigger.” – Nick Wotton
Canon 5d mrkii – Canon 50mm 1.8 – ISO 100 – F/ 3.2 – 1/500th
If you haven’t already heard, later today Garrett Reynolds is dropping what WILL be the craziest thing to hit the internet this year since Fiending. Click here to prep yourself with 11 great photos from the filming of it all shot by Kevin Conners.
Division Brand just dropped a gallery with some photos and words from a recent trip Chris Whyte & Rhys Gogel took to hit the streets of Melbourne for a few days riding, filming, and coffee drinking. Click here to check it out.