Cooper’s got a new feature series called ‘Phototech’ up on the Focalpoint site. As the name implies it’s like a photography school of sorts. Should be useful for all you aspiring photographers out there — or for anyone who just wants an insight into the makings of a good photo.
The second instalment that covers ‘Depth of field’ is up now. Go check it out!
For a few weeks now this enigmatic thing called LUX BMX has been making its presence known on the net. There is a Facebook page and a blogspot page that does not really give too much information about what is going on.
Two hints have been made public so far, the first one is:
Lux hint #1: We are based in Queensland… [April 29 at 12:51pm]
There’s also an interview with someone involved on the ugzine blog that was posted around the same time as the above hint. The interview may or may not fill in the blanks.
And hint #2, that does not say too much, was made public today:
I’m guessing we all have to stay tuned to see what it’s really about. Oh mysteries!
What can you say… It’s such a shame Jay is not riding anymore. He was truly gifted on a BMX bike and will stay a legend forever. I stole this video off TCU — because somehow everything is almost always up there faster than anywhere else and I doubt I would have found this myself anyway.
I cringe whenever I see this trick because we all know how terribly wrong it can go. But to each their own what they want to do on a bike, so here we go: The first ever double backflip.
Spotted this on the Colony website, or actually in my Google reader RSS feed from Colony, the other day. There’s now a Swedish rider on the flow team and it’s none other than Jens Kahlström, a young rider who is always progressing. At least that’s what I remember from when I used to see him riding at the Capital Bikepark or Skogås Bikepark back home in Stockholm, Sweden.
Here’s a rather recent edit with Jens and his buddy Emil Eriksson from their vacation in Spain. Hola!