Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Monday, 28 June 2010

Sunday, 27 June 2010

Sunday Sequence - Daniel Nicholas

Daniel with another Sunday Sequence. He landed this hardflip revert three time in a row, I'd say he's got them down!


I got my camera sensor cleaned, so no more dirty sequences.

Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Colin Adam

Check this new footage of Colin Adam tearing Edinburgh and Glasgow a new ass hole.

Sick stuff mate, keep it up!

Filmed by Zander Ritchie and Edited by Colin Young.

Zander has moved to Vimeo so if you want to follow his edits then you can do so by clicking HERE

Sunday, 6 June 2010

Sunday Sequence - Daniel Nicholas

360 flip manual backlip??? Daaaaaaaaaaaaamn!

On a seperate note, i need to clean the sensor in my camera.

This might be the last post for a week or so as i'm heading away for a couple of months. I'll be sure to update it with some action when i get time, hopefully i'll bump into this guy again.

Catch ya'll soon.

Friday, 4 June 2010

New Glasgow Skate Blog

New skateboard photography blog from Rory Torrance. Looks like it's going to be updated on the regs, be sure to check it out Here

Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Grey in Store now

Grey is a new skateboard magazine out of London by photographer Henry Kingsford. I'm guessing a lot of people aren't familiar with his work, so this might help

I'm not sure if this was his first published skate photo but it wasn't far off it. Front cover too.

The mag is sweet, it's small enough to fit in your pocket which is awesome if you're jumping on a train or bus, and the photos are rad.
Grey will be released in print quarterly and soon after every issue it will be available online via the Grey website

If you're like myself and not a big fan of online magazines, get yourself down to Focus, we have a lot of copies and it's free!
I usually have an idea of how i want to shoot a photo before i go to the spot. I had already shot a long lens photo of this spot and the same trick, well almost the same, Danny's was switch, but you get me. I decided to shoot this fisheye, the block is already huge and i thought with the fisheye it would make it look even bigger. It didn't.

I managed to make the ledge look tiny, caught him off centre and made a switch backside tailslide on a big block look really shit. I didn't do the trick justice at all.
Oh well, you win some you lose some. Maybe a re-shoot is in order.

Tuesday, 1 June 2010


Wu-Tang Shaun Allison serves up a '5 Tricks' at Livingston.

More of these please Zander.