Posted by: John Bradford
In the days of old, sequences were shot on film, and it was the biggest burden for the photographer, in hindsight of course. In the day we were just doing what had to be done. Some sequences would cost hundreds of dollars to shoot. Anyway, in Ecuador earlier this year I was shooting this kickflip of Sylvan, on film, and decided to catch the roll down in old fashion sequential form. For shits and giggles… It was raining and Sylvan is a champ for taking that bank in the wet.
Sylvan, kickflip to slippery slope.
From the Blueprint article in the NEW ISSUE of Skateboarder.