Category Archives: BMX

Street Fighter 4 Photo Gallery by Greg Moliterno

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Greg Moliterno was in attendance at Street Fighter 4 with his weapon of choice, a Ricoh FF-3 loaded with some Kodak Tri-X. Click here to check out the good times he captured and don’t forget to peep the video.

New George Marshall Photography Website

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English photographer George Marshall has established a new address on the world wide web where he is showcasing his work from 2007 to the present day. He’s got a ton of great work on there and I highly suggest flipping through if you’ve got a minute or you’re looking for inspiration.

Photo of the Week: Frank Christenson

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A simple icepick on a bench in San Diego by Tom Perry balances the frame in this clean shot from Frank Christenson.

“I shot this when I visited San Diego, Ca last year (2013) with a Canon Ae-1 and Canon FD 50mm lens.The aperture was all the way open while the shutter was at about 1/500. Maybe 1000. No lights. Kodak 400 C-41.

I was pumped when I got the negatives back because I had stored the rolled stored away like a time capsule, which means I didn’t process it for few months. But long story short I really like the composition. and I’m into the lines and shapes. Simple trick, and it shows that the subject is going across the picture versus running out of the frame.”

Elf by Matt Windsor

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Salt Lake Sundays

“This was one of those makeshift spots that could only be hit a couple times, due to the fact that the fence was already on its last legs. Elf smashed into it a few times before giving it this X up tap and nearly bringing the whole thing down.” -Matt Windsor

Troy “Six” Spear by Matt Windsor

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Salt Lake Sundays

“Troy “Six” Spear is a goddamn lunatic. Getting to ride with him is always entertaining, because he will throw himself at anything that happens to be in his way. This DIY spot under a bridge downtown is a haven on rainy days, and Six handled this wallride gap like it was no big deal.”

Trent Steel by Matt Windsor

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Salt Lake Sundays

“The Rail Gardens on the eastern bench of the Salt Lake Valley has been heavily hit up for years, with Dave Thompson’s Killjoy ender being the most infamous. Trent Steel laced up this perfect rail with a pedal crook on one of the last days of summer.” -Matt Windsor

Markit in Portugal Video

With this video filmed entirely on a cellphone, the bar has not only been raised but it has also been decimated and thrown away. In our defense though, the Nokia phone that this was all filmed with has a 20-megapixel camera and uses optical image stabilization (as does the iPhone 6 Plus, but no other iPhones). And also in our defense, we are talking about Dennis Enarson and Ronnie Napolitan here… I’m sure they could have done most of this in their sleep. With Hadrien Picard behind the keypad, this video proves that the gear doesn’t make a great video- the people using the gear do.