Corey Oringderff / April 10th, 2011 / Photo Journal
PHOTO JOURNAL: Corey Oringderff #5


I started out a Sunday morning by waking up and going to work. The day was dull, waiting on the clock to finish ticking so I could go blade with my friends. Two of our buddies came from out of town to skate and film with us, so blading felt a bit more exciting. We jumped from spot to spot trying to get what we could, and ended up at a square drop rail. After about five minutes, as I finished setting up my flashes, we got kicked out by a mean Indian guy calling the cops. Directly across the street we saw this cool “wallride spot,” which didn’t really pan out for a wallride as there was no way to get enough speed on the cracked, bumpy ground. Instead, Seth rolled and jumped into the bank with a nice little grab for this photo as the cops showed up to the rail across the road. I shot this photo with my Canon 40D and 70-200mm f/2.8 at 70mm and 1/200th with f/5.6, and two Vivitar 285HVs on Pocket Wizards, both set to full to light up the alley enough for the photo. — Corey Oringderff

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  • blam - April 11th, 2011

    why can i not click and see a full size?!

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