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Brian Garson
www.briangarson.com
photo@briangarson.com
Shoot Name:
Miami Roadtrip - May 2007
May 2007, 4am
Athlete: Tomas Pajdlhauser
Bio: I'm a 27 year old
skateboarder/
photographer who
has been skating
for about 14 years,
and now mostly
take photos while
other people do the
skating. I live in
Ottawa, Canada and
work full time as a
software developer
and shoot in my
spare time.
Nikon d70 w/ nikon 10.5mm
F2.8 Fish, 3x Nikon SB-80dx's
fred w/ Pocketwizard Plus II's
Setup time: 3 - 5 Minutes
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iami roadtrip with the OnDeck team was pretty fun, I few down there (skipping the 28 hours crammed in a minivan)
and met up with the guys for a week of skating, swimming and more skating. We had sweet hookups from the Team
Manager Aarons dad, who had a timeshare just outside Miami. We ended up with a sweet condo like hotel with 3
bedrooms for the 6 of us. Our days usually started at about noon, getting up to go for a swim by the pool, then watch
some videos till about 3 or 4, then go meet up with a couple of the Miami locals, and skate till about 4 or 5am, then
repeat. We had lit up another spot around the corner from this one, Tomas and I got pretty bored of it fairly quickly,
and decided to just skate around ollieing curbs and stuf. Tom found this polejam, so I grabbed my gear, set up, and
shot it in a couple of tries. It ended up being one of my favourite photos from the whole trip.
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ot Rocks (5.11b R) is an 80 foot fnger crack located on the Rock Hudson wall of Joshua Tree National
Park. Jer wanted to nab the onsight of this classic line so we trekked our gear up the short trail in
hopes of getting him on it, and not missing our fight later on that day in Los Angeles. Jer not only
cruised it, but did 3 more laps for good measure before the alarm sounded and it was time to head west
into the LA smog.
Andy is an outdoor enthusiast and photographer residing in the fatlands of Oklahoma. While his
focus primarily revolves around action, outdoor and adventure genres, his watchful eye is also heavily
involved in portraiture, events and lifestyle fne art.
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Andrew Chasteen
www.andrewchasteen.com
andrew@andrewchasteen.com
Joshua Tree National Park, Ca.
March 2008
Climber: Jeremy Collins
Nikon D300, Nikkor 28-70mm 2.8
This shot required a small
amount of 4th class scrambling,
no ropes or gear, just good
approach shoes.
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© Andrew Chasteen
he shot was taken during the flming of a ski movie called PNW here in Whistler. I'd come across the
wall when I was walking through the area before the winter. It's pretty well tucked away in a new
housing development up the mountain. I'd seen a few snowboarders hitting wall rides in some of the
movies from the year before, but I knew that skiers hadn’t really had a good session of a similar sort yet,
or at least not caught on flm anyway. I called up the flm company Theory-3 Media and told them
about it. We rented a generator to get the dramatic nighttime look and it worked out perfect. Austin
was sending it super hard all night and I have shots of him right up against the roof! But I like his form
in this shot; it’s my favorite.
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Canon 1dMKIIN
Focal Length: 110mm with a
Canon 70-200 f2.8L IS lens
1/320 @ f5.6
Lighting: 4 Vivitar 285s fred with
Pocket Wizards.
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© Dan Carr
Dan Carr
www.dancarrphotography.com
Rider : Austin Ross
As this is in our friend’s backyard, I
had all the time I wanted to carefully
set up the whole strobes
(two on the left, one on the
right), use my light meter,
try lots of diferent perspec-
tives, etc. The only hang-up
that day was the tempera-
ture: 5 degrees Celsius,
windy and overcast
(February). This was like the
frst session of the year, so
the riders were keen to do
some good tricks on the freshly
shaped dirt jumps. I used my favou-
rite 50-135 2.8 lens and a tripod
(which I really rarely use) to get the
framing with the trees right and
Stefan pulled this comparably high
table top. BINGO!
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Sebastian Kessler
www.wangapoa.com
Dirt Session at our home trail in
Lukas’ backyard in Havixbeck,
Germany
Rider: Stefan Mundorf
- Tabletop
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Nikon D70
Tokina ATX 535 Pro (50-135mm
f2.8)
1/640s | f4 | ISO 400 | 50mm
3 SB24s triggered with
Elinchrom Skyports
2 Manfrotto/Bogen 001 Nano
Stands
Manfrotto/Bogen superclamp
F-Stop Tilopa
Sekonic L-358S
Manfrotto/Bogen 055 Tripod
Post: Adobe Lightroom, only
converted to black & white and
added some contrast and
“chocolate” toning.
© Sebastian Kessler