Have you ever seen a 1 footed double backflip….Well neither had we up until Scott Vine did one on Day 5 of Superpark. The action on the final day at Mt Bachelor was absolutely bonkers and there really is no way to describe than to simply just watch the video.
First flying test in Rivalta skatepark with a diy quadcopter.
Starring: Edo Maule, Roberto Stamerra and Davide Trombotto
Filming and editing: Alessandro Miniotti
We did our best to answer a lot of the questions coming in about the MōVI M10 and MōVI MR in one fell swoop.
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SNOWBOARDER Magazine’s Superpark 17 presented by Gatorade started with a bang yesterday at Mt. Bachelor, Oregon. Almost 400 of the best snowboarders in the world stacked the drop ins to features built by Seven Springs, PA; Loon Mountain, NH; Woodward (Boreal and Copper); and Mt. Bachelor. Riders got comfortable in the park quick and a heavy session on the channel hip ended the day. Check out the video and follow @snowboardermag on Vine for leaks, and watch Superpark 17: The Webcast presented by Woodward today at 1:30 - 4:30pm PST to watch these guys throw down live.
This is how Frank Gerwer and Peter Hewitt spent 4/20… #EAGLEIZING IT!
a fashion story by SCOTT POMMIER
film by BENNY ZENGA
fashion editor MILA FRANOVIC
makeup and hair by KAILA KOFFSKI
models KATIE, JORDAN, OWEN and COLE from LIZBELL modelling agency
a big thanks to MOUNT PLEASANT FURNITURE for all their wonderful props.
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Gemütlicher “Arbeitstag” am “Tag der Arbeit”, in Garmisch.
Joining: Thomas Mader, Dave Fürböck, Alexander Ruech, Patrik Pittl, Alban Millaku, Peter Mader
This short film is the result of 3 years of exploring Whistler’s amazing mountains, lakes and ‘deep sky’ (incl parts of Garibaldi Provincial Park). After many ‘adventures’, countless sleepless nights & untold frames (from my reliable Nikon gear), I’ve only scratched the surface of what’s around this stunning place I call home - Whistler, BC.
Thank you to everyone’s patience as I frequently put this project before much else; to Laura, Stephanie, Jon, Brian for your support, to Eight and a Half …. and a special ‘shout-out’ to the amazing people of Whistler, Whistler-Blackcomb - the groomers, patrollers and all those up-front and behind-the-scenes … the best!
Most of the clips shown here (and the terabytes of clips that didn’t make this cut) are available in 4K. Please feel to contact me re: clip usage as well as prints (every image/frame was shot RAW).
Heading on up …
Alain Goikoetxea has been skating for Volcom since ‘98. In order to celebrate these 15 years of loyalty, he put together a full online video part with footage he’s been gathering over the last few years. For those who don’t know Alain, he is born and raised in the Basque Country and lives right up the hill from the famous La Kantera skatepark in Algorta, where he shreds almost every day and after all these years of skating it, still finds new lines and tricks that have never been done before. Alain is one of those guys where age doesn’t affect his progression, style and control. Skateboarding is a natural thing for him. Alain’s gnarboots never stop amazing us.
A short tilt-shift time-lapse film featuring the city of Melbourne, Australia. This piece is 10 months in the making and features a range of different events and festivals held in the city throughout the year.
Music: “Reflections” by Tom Day. Big thanks to Tom for his sound effects and audio mix soundcloud.com/tomday
Equipment: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 17-40mm f/4L, 24-105mm f/4L and 70-300mm f/4-5.6 USM
14.5ft at the Seat
Built in 12 work hours
One Huffy beach cruiser, 2” square tubing, 3/4” round tubing, and 1” round tubing
26” single speed coaster brake wheelset
6 1/2 single speed bicycle chains (32.5ft of chain)
To bend the pipe i used an upside down shopping cart and a split log. Ghetto, i know, but hey - IT WORKS.
My last tallbike was just under 10ft tall at the seat and you can see us featured in 30 Seconds to Mars’ music video, “Kings and Queens” - youtu.be/hTMrlHHVx8A
STOOPIDTALL, is the inbetween from that one (Kafourki) and the world record tallest bike that i’ll be building next this year.
Thank you to all the Angelopes who guided STOOPIDTALL through the sea of fellow cyclists!
And thanks to all the photographers and videographers who documented STOOPIDTALL’s Maiden Voyage!
Much love, Richie
LA BIKE CULT
“Contact High” - Architecture in Helsinki (misspelt in video, DAMN)
“Amoebaz” - RUNE!
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Shot in (just over) 1 hour at the 1 day Vancouver workshop starring all the attendees.
6 lighting set ups and way too many shots meant a hugely pressured hour to get it all done. It was then cut straight after in around 45 minutes whilst I should have had lunch! :)
Scrappy, imperfect but got it done! PHEW!
I recommend Bananagrams with around 4 players, more fun to play and easier to shoot! :)
Shot on the Canon C300
Acrobag Progression Tour 2013 hits Seven Springs PA
Fourth and final in my series of mini docs from South Africa.
AS ALWAYS YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS IN MUCH HIGHER QUALITY THAN STREAMED HERE SO PLEASE DO!!
This film was shot at Londolozi Game Reserve in Kruger National Park over one day and a morning. A full in depth blog post is coming later today/ tomorrow morning and will answer hopefully all your questions (and I think I will tweak the audio levels a bit more and re-upload)
There previous three are
Main Camera: Canon 1DX. All handheld with Zacuto Target Shooter
Lenses: Canon 24-105 IS F4, Canon 70-200 IS F4, Canon 100mm Macro IS F2.8, Rokinon 14mm Cine T3.1
Slow motion camera: Sony FS700 on a bean bag from Land Rover using the Canon 100-400mm lens
Interview camera: Sony FS700 with Canon 24-105mm F4 IS.
Interview sound: Sanken Cos 11
Safari sound B-Roll: Rode Stereo Video Mic Pro
Dual system sound: Roland R26 recorder, Rode NTG2, Sony UWP wireless mic (barely used)
No monopod or tripod (apart from main interviews) All handheld with occasional use of CS6 warp stabilize!
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Thanks to Londolozi Game Reserve in having me there: londolozi.com
Original music: Cedric Conti
Additional Photography: Rich Laburn
& Dale Ballantine
Sound: Dale Ballantine & Ryan Rapapport
Assistant: Rick Joaquim
Full credits at end of film