ONE Staff / May 26th, 2010 / Photo Journal
PHOTO JOURNAL: Jeremy Raff #1


Watching Kevin explore spots – -the cityscape, really — is very interesting. He’s playful; it looks like he’s thinking “what if..?” the whole day, and then decides to do these really calculated, focused maneuvers.

This spot is just around the corner from the engineering firm Kevin works at in San Francisco, CA. He told me he eats lunch on those steps with co-workers, silently contemplating trick possibilities. In this photo, he’s pushing off the little up-ledge with his right foot, then Mute Wallriding with his left foot above your head. If you go to this spot I guarantee you’ll wonder how he got up so high.

Kevin’s favorite part about this photo is the homies chillin’ in the background…

I shot this pic with a Rebel XTi and a zoom lens from across the street in the financial district. Cars drove in front of me just before and after I snapped the photo. Lucky, huh?

Jeremy Raff

Discussion / PHOTO JOURNAL: Jeremy Raff #1

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  • alf - May 26th, 2010

    score. pull.

  • steve kerr - May 26th, 2010


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  • jason reyna - May 27th, 2010

    nice jerm… and kevin…

  • Adam Morris - May 28th, 2010

    Sick! Great example of how sometimes all you need to make a great skate photo is some innovative skating and a camera.

  • Rob Zbranek - May 29th, 2010

    Mr. Raff getting up in the mix. Nice shot. S y f blade cru reppin!

  • bballog - May 31st, 2010

    most underrated rollerblader. and yes how did he get that high at that spot? crazy.

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