This is the latest from Brian Kachinsky and DK Bicycles, a promo video for his signature Passport frame. Kachinsky goes hard!
This is true BMX history right here-Jimmy Levan getting the church gap in Austin, Texas done, over a decade ago. In true Props fashion, this isn’t just the segment from Road Fools 1 put online, it’s a re-edited version with a ton of footage nobody has seen before. Respect!
I’ll be the first to admit that my flatland knowledge is incredibly limited, but style, flow, and originality on a BMX bike are instantly apparent in a rider of any discipline. I’m into anything Matthias Dandois puts out, and his new edit for Vans is on point.
If you are into camera gear, like I am, then you’ll be into this update on Vincent Laforet’s site. Along with a video of a HDDLSR setup he used on a recent shoot, there’s a big updated gear section on his site breaking down all the gear he uses, what he uses it for, along with some pros and cons. For someone like me who has one SLR and a few lenses, this is pretty mind blowing to see all the stuff that he uses (and I believe he owns most of his gear), but it’s pretty cool to get an inside look into the gear of a top professional.
BMX Feed just got sweeter.
Similar to Devour (below), Jason at BMX Feed recently dropped a video aggregator section for their site, which is automated and sans advertisements. Basically its a collection of popular videos broken down weekly, which is a good way to catch up on things you may have missed.
Check it out HERE.
I don’t know much about John Mayer or his music, but I do know he’s got a pretty rad Tumblr page going, where he has been posting some of his own photos and videos. Out of the thing’s I do know, one of them is that he’s into photography and is actually a pretty decent photographer. Shooting with a Leica M9 and a Canon 5D the photos on the site give you a little glimpse into John Mayer’s life. What prompted this post though, was a “A Life in The Day” video he shot on his 5D. “A mostly first-person chronicle of the day’s events leading up to a performance in Wollongong, Australia”.
Macneil announced that Greg Flag is now a part of the team, and released this introductory edit at the same time. According to the news entry, this whole thing was filmed over the course of two evenings in Montreal, and it’s scary good. Check it out after the jump; you don’t want to miss this one.
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Tim Brown and Christopher Hewitt recently posted their video for Hecq Vs Exillion’s track, “Spheres Of Fury” to the delight of vimeo heads all over.
This video is so gorgeous it’s seductive. The colours are mind blowing and it has great energy throughout, definitely a dope looking piece of work.
But here’s the real kicker – the entire video was filmed on a Canon 7D. One of the best DSLR videos ever? You be the judge! Check out the video after the jump.