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tonight kick flip nose manny nollie shuv out
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haha yeah i have been filming mad bad lately more then doing graff
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i was riding a skateboard down a hill and i fergot what i did
but the shit screwed me over. I fell off and slid down the hill and tumbled.
AHA. that shit was priceless.
turned to the right and i was getting video taped.
Aint that a bitch?
when you skate loose trucks your tricks get better and your balance gets a million times better
see much like my women my trucks gotta be tight. that way when i land something its just like blop and i roll away straight i dont like none of that wobble around bullshit haha.
As far as shoes go i rock DVS's 90% of the time im also a big fan of globe but its been awhile sense ive owned a pair.
umm i have photographed skating. And ive done alot of other photography too. So just throw em out there and if i cant help im sure someone can.
Alright, what's the best lens for it?
I'm not to big on the wide angle lenses though, but I think those would be the best for it idk
And for night pictures, what's the best setting as far as shutter speed and f stop
There a double five with a kinked rail in the middle that my friend skated before and wants to again, but the only time to do it is at night, and even then security comes in like 5 min (it's a sallie mae building), but the lighting there is kinda shitty, two regular street lights right above it and then like four little ones guiding the stairs.
I basically only get like 5 shots at this picture before security comes and I want to get it right the first time
shutter speed you want haigh for night time at least its like that for video cameras. you maybe wanna go 1/5000
As far as lenses go, wide angles are some of the more popular ones for skating cause its easy to get the whole scene on the photo and it usually makes gaps appear larger. If you feel that you can get whatchu want in the photo with out one than give it a shot. you can also get closer to the subject with a wide angle which is why they are popular in skating. Also being closer helps a stock flash to illuminate the subject fully. 90% of the magazine photos of skating use multiple flashes from different angles while shooting at night so that quality of photography is hard to acheive at night as an amateur.
youll be using a flash i assume? If so then yes youll need a pretty darn quick shutter especially sense its a fast moving object. its kinda hard to tell you real close specifications with the f stop without seeing the lighting and angle and that. If you do alot of this sort of photograohy you might look into a light meter. They come in handy alot cause it makes it real quick to know what settings you need. both shutter and f stop. One cheater trick you could do is shoot a picture there with a digital camera and look to see what shutter and f stop it used and kinda go from there if your usin a full manual camera but you would have to make adjustments because of the fast moving person. Lemme look for a little guide thing ive seen about f stops and ill post it up if i find it. its handy
Soo much E-Beef on the first page. ahaha.
I skate. I stopped for a while but I got back into it.
I have odd problems though man, I fucking can't kick but I can heel.
btw - I wanna start doing pics, I need a good yet reasonably priced cam
Last edited by TronMzero; 04-25-2008 at 05:20 PM.
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if you have no expeirence with photography just get a $150 Digital. it'll do fine for you. Put it on the sports setting and get used to the 1 second shutter delay
word, word... I got a digital with sports settings, never really used it.
I should try it soon.
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naw i wouldent get a cheap cam because you have to get way fucking tricky with it.
i would go with a crappy canon rebel eos you can learn alot of shit with it then move up onto somthing better then a rebel