Kink BMX is now hiring for an in house photographer/videographer. Kink is looking for someone passionate in photo, video and BMX to add to its creative team. To apply, send an email with your portfolio and experience to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The winner of the Push It A Stop Internetography screenshot contest is this frame of Sean Sexton from the Odyssey in Vancouver video filmed by Walter Pieringer and captured by Robbie Devine.
Stay tuned for our next contest which will be announced next week.
There’s a really good chance that this is the most interesting concept video BMX has seen in a while. Will Evans teamed up with some incredible riders and talented set designers to bring you this video that, if digested properly, will excite the senses and inspire the soul. I can’t even remember what tricks were filmed- I just know they looked fascinating.
On the East Coast this time of year you’re nearly required to leave the house with a few layers and these freezing temperatures lead some us to believe cruising the city in just a simple teeshirt will ever be an option again. Contrary to that belief just a few short months ago it was a daily thing and Tafari Smith proves it right here with some clips from the warmer months cut and captured by our very own Scott Marceau.
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.
After filming the rest of the third DVD for his brainchild Jib, Jon got to pedal around without any extra weight on his back and ride just the spots that he wanted to ride. OH WAIT, that’s not how it works at all… I hope that you guys show your filmer some love on this upcoming International Carry Your Filmer’s Bag Day (the last Saturday of May – but if I had the chance to invent such a holiday, it would be the last Saturday of every month and would include your photographer’s bags as well).