After a year of ups and downs on the race circuit, James Kelly comes home to ride some of his favorite hills. What we were able to capture is James completely unbound; a freeride session that tops anything else we’ve seen in years. A day away from the pressures of racing, a day to remember why he started skating, a day to let loose and just ride fast…
Director: Dustin Damron, Travis Hoffman
Director of Photography: Travis Hoffman, Dustin Damron
1st Assistant Camera: Charles Bae
2nd Assistant Camera: Nar Levoni
Steadicam Operator: Boyd Hobbs
Follow Cam: Jack Boston
Edit: Jack Boston, Dustin Damron, Travis Hoffman
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Marko Arroyo, Gonzalo Brandon and Ignacio Ugarteche woke up early on saturday for some skating. A new spot around Lima was the destination.
Diego Cárdenas y Christian Salmon
Marko Arroyo, Gonzalo Brandon and Ignacio Ugarteche
The Wind Whistles - Bats in flight
CANON EOS 5D Mark III
CANON EOS 7D
CANON EOS 60D
CANON EF 70-200 f/4L USM
CANON EF 50mm f/1.2L USM
CANON EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III USM
NIKKOR 50mm f/1.4 AIS
ROKINON 8mm f/3.5
GOPRO HERO3 Black Edition
RODE VideoMic pro
Comet Skateboards presents part two of our “DCDC TOUR” featuring Anthony Flis, Eric Jensen, Jared Henry, Dave Tannaci, Nick Ronzani, Nino Almazon, Brian Peck, Nick Ketner, & Will Seal.
♫ Moon Duo - Speed
♫ Robert Fripp - The Zero Of The Signified
© Comet Skateboards 2013
„KEEP SURFING“ is a Surf Movie of continental surfing, on rivers – 6 guys traveling around the world on the search to find best riverwaves to surf.
All of it started on the eisbach(little stream)which is located direct in the city centre of Munich /Germany in 1974” . people who surf there, its like a little hawaii where they can forget about their problems and escape from their workaday life – just watch it. fhg
Arbor Skateboards is proud to announce our newest team rider – Tyler Howell!
A Santa Barbara local, Tyler Howell takes a naturally fluid California style of downhill skating and matches it with his powerful and technical determination. His approach is unique and gives a new look for skaters to aspire to.
In his first video with Arbor (film/edit Jack Boston), Tyler demonstrates what it means to skate hard and fast on the Santa Barbara Mountains. He is riding the 2013 Vugenhausen as his preferred board for these mountain roads.
Now enjoy as you see the chill vibes of Santa Barabara get paired with Johnny Cash and some downhill skateboarding.
MUSIC TRACK: “Harm” by The Frown
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More than 2,000 spectators witnessed a South African first night skating event with skateboarders carving through the dark dressed in special LED light suits and skateboards.
The Smoke and Mirrors presented by Arbor Skateboards and Silver Bullet Productions featured a commercial shoot for Arbor Skateboards, complete with billowing smoke, headlights and special paint dust that kicked up an
amazing display as South Africa’s top skateboarders finished their carving run with a steep slide turn called a puckdown slide.
Wayne de Lange, director of Silver Bullet, set up the shoot using customised suits with strips of bright LED lights sown into legs, arms, over running helmets and even stuck on skateboards.
De Lange said that the spectacle was a South African first, not so much by virtue of the individual elements of the evening, but because “We are bringing all these elements together and doing it properly”.
Red, white, blue and green neon-lined ‘aliens’ loomed from the smoke and dust in the dark, as camera-laden booms, vehicles and other riders whizzed down the hill in front or behind them.
The smoke billowed, the eerie lights flew down the course, and the audience lining the street cheered and hooted as music pumped from the Red Bull DJ truck halfway up the hill.
"It was quite a vibe. While we were filming, it was also an excuse for everyone to have fun. Skating in the dark. How cool was that?
The Smoke and Mirrors took just after the sun set. Part of the inaugural Jeffreys Bay Winter Festival, it lasted two hours.
Director & Director of Photography: Wayne de Lange
Editor: Coralee Long
Producer: Phil de Lange
Jean Du Toit
Tracking Venicle Driver: Carlos Feyder
Camera Assistant: Gary Witbooi
Grip: “NK” Nkutalo Ngcwabe
Thanks to the guys from omnico.co.za for the GoPro cameras.
A Silver Bullet Production