Photo by Dylan Bigby
I can just hear Yim whispering “fixie” looking at this photo. Such a great shot, Dylan. Full Frame Collective‘s always got the goods!
The guys at Full Frame Collective interviewed Austin-local photographer and BMX’r Sandy Carson. I’ve long been a fan of his work and his current projects are very interesting. Check out what he’s got to say over at Full Frame Collective.
Photo by Dylan Bigby
When Full Frame Collective posts up a photo like this, it’s hard for me to resist the repost. I miss hanging in SF with those guys!
It’s Sunday. That means it’s dude day. At least that’s what I found out when I bumped into “those guys” in Full Frame Collective. I remember riding skateboards out to jib spots when I was in middle school but of all the places to ride in SF, these dudes just thrashed a 4″ curb for two hours. Long enough for me to get sunburnt and catch a few flicks.
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You’ve gotta head over to Full Frame Collective to check out this photo set. So good! 700c, 26″ and 20″ all in harmony.
Photo by Terry Barentsen
Look, I know this blog can be a tad narcissistic from time to time but as a “photographer”, I rarely find myself behind the glass. Or in this case, behind Zeiss glass. So when I see a rad photo of me and a homie, I have to give it some love. I had a fucking, absolute blast in SF last time and it was all because of a rad network of friends I’ve made over the years. Say what you will about the point and shoot 35mm camera craze that’s enveloped the young people in major cities throughout the US but Full Frame Collective has some of the most talented photographers running the show. Take Terry B for example. When he’s not shotgunning fruit juice at the hands of 18 year olds, he’s taking snaps with his ultra-wide Zeiss lens on his Contax SLR.
Check out more photos by Terry and Dylan from the Mash 1-Year Anniversay alleycat at FFC and long live grain.
At this point, I had traveled from Australia, to NAHBS, to NYC and had maybe slept in my bed in Austin two nights in three weeks. So what did I do? I went on a bender, starting with Benders, the best bar in SF. Then the rest of three days I was in town just got melted into half of a Recent Roll.
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