PHOTO JOURNAL: Kuba Urbanczyk #4

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Doesn`t matter where you`re from, I suppose each country has the same sort of cities: one with strong inline “crews,” with many people skating at a very good level, with a great atmosphere for skating. For me, here in Poland, Czestochowa suits this description perfectly. I took one of the first “proper” inline shoots there (with Adam Zurawiecki and Mirek Ragan), and every time I go there I come back home with more and more shots to postprocess. Photos like this one, which was taken at night, when the alley leading to the monastery was almost empty and the buildings are softly illuminated. I used two flashes and the 10.5 fisheye to separate the skater from the background, and to catch the monastery. — Kuba Urbanczyk

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