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If you saw the first “Into The City” that Focalpoint put out then you know what you’re in for now. Big city vibes, well-filmed clips, grinds, lines and good times. Nighttime footage, gym shorts, street performers. Marnold, Daniel Johnson, Cooper Brownlee, Melbourne.
“I’ve been really fortunate to meet up with Ryan Lloyd, Luke Peeters and the crew at Gorge Road Trail in New Zealand during their very last hour of filming for the United video « Aesthetics »… Many thanks to Nathan (the Boss of this piece of paradise) to allow me to snap couple pics here…” -Vince Perraud
“Shapes! Colors! Lines! Patterns!” – My brain when I first saw this photo. Combine that with an amazingly framed, expertly composed trick (with great lighting too) and you have the photo of the week. I think that the orange of his hat placed against the blue sky (and the reflection of the blue sky in all those windows) really does wonders for this photograph. If I were to make a list of my favorite photos of the week since we started doing this segment, this photo would be very close to the top of that list.
“This photo is of Jose Manuel Torres doing a hop over double peg to back over in Brussels, Belgium. We shot this on our recent Europe trip that me, him and another friend took late last year. Joey did this first thing in the morning on our second day or so. I tried to keep my gear pretty simple for the trip because I was the only one with a camera and had to cover filming and shooting duties. So I shot this using my Canon 7D, two Neewer speedlites and Pocket Wizards. The alley was pretty dark so bumping up my ISO and only using two flashes worked out totally fine. After he landed it and we got the photo I had to switch my setup to film a fisheye angle with the same camera. So thank you Joey for being willing to do this twice!
ISO 640 f/11 1/250th”
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