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The Photographer Series: The stories behind some of skateboardings most epic images of legendary photographers

12/19/2012 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

The Photographer Series Teaser

In eight episodes profiling eight different iconic photographers, is proud to present 'The Photographer Series', filmed and edited by Andrew Norton.

Telling the stories behind some of skateboarding's most epic still images, these videos will showcase the perspective of the people behind the lens.

1.Mike Blabac

"I remember driving around the corner and seeing the quarter pipe and being like, 'Wow.' Cause it was bigger than a house. I remember rolling up to that and just laughing."- Mike Blabac

2.Anthony Acosta

"I feel like the dude at the Sports Illustrated with the 400mm lens is just sort of capturing and documenting. Where being a skate photographer, you're in the pack." —Anthony Acosta

 3. Joe Brook

"I closed my eyes because I'm like, 'Oh my God, I'm going to die—right now.'" —Joe Brook

4. Mike O'Meally

"The best photos I've got are a hair between a complete failure and a complete success. I mean, that's the thrill of it." —Mike O'Meally

5.Jon Humphries

 "Skateboarding to me is still an artform. I know it sounds silly and cliche, but it is... and hopefully there is that niche of skaters that can apreciate that." —Jon Humphries

6.Michael Burnett

 "I love the confidence of a man leaving the house for the day with no shirt." — Michael Burnett

7.Jody Morris

"I like to put skateboarding where it wasn't meant to be just to see what would happen." —Jody Morris
8.Grant Brittain

"Anybody can shoot a skate photo, but does it do justice to skateboarding?" —Grant Brittain


Filmed and edited by Andrew Norton