Andy “Floyd” Erickson by Derrick Riggs in Tucson, AZ.
“shooting with a pegless bike rider is always one of my favorites to capture, like this one of Andy Erickson better known as “Floyd”. Like the spot GURU he is, while at a local mexican joint across the street from this, kinda ending the day, he told us about a little jib down the way, there he nailed out this wall 180. after a few slight repositions of the camera this is what we got.
shot in Tucson Az
Canon 1Ds mark III
Canon 15mm 2.8
2 einstein 640 w/ 8.5 reflectors
triggered with pocket wizard plus II’s”
Surely your Instagram feed is flooded with coverage of Rebeljam already, but here’s your chance to see some dialed full-sized shots from George Marshall himself. Check the gallery.
Your favorite photographer Nick Jones has a photo gallery up from his past couple excursions out west. Peep that here.
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.
“After Texas we hit the road towards Louisiana, in the hope of some kind of sanctuary. We found Baton Rouge and to be fair we should have never left. That place is perfect. Later we drove across the Bayou and into New Orleans where we stuck it out for a few days. The trip was amazing, some genuine good times and come December 3rd you can watch the full edit online. Until then we have a 35mm film photo gallery to view on the site.” -WeThePeople
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.
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.”