Posts Tagged ‘full video’
All right, all right, all right. You saw the online Vibralux edits, right?
Well, AJ just hooked ya’ll up with this m4v version of all three edited together, and formatted for your iPods.
Quality looks proper on Quicktime through the ‘puter and we can imagine it’ll look damn good on your 3? LCD. Download and enjoy.
The name “never ending” is based on how a movie works. It doesnt stop from the moment u pressed the play button until u see the last seconds of the outro.
Just like a mixtape. There is no break at all between the sections just a straight crossing.
Mr. Spring, Michael Herber, Arkon Tom, Benjamin Büttner, Daniel Wehner, Marco Herbst, Alberto & Simoné, Simon Jung, Phillip Jamaldeen, Alex Rudolf, Daniel Prell, Jens Küfner, Mark Heuss, Benny Harmanus.
Patrick Ridder, Alex Rudolf.
Jens Küfner, Patrick Smith, Sven Hausmann, Jason Adriani, Timm Kittlitz.
Prague Section, Chris Hack, Daniel Prell, Matthias Ogger, Matthias von Gostomski, Denis Wolf, Adrian Anne, Gotti, Henze, Tobias Zach, Andre lepzy, Tobias Wollmann and a lot of more!
Featuring Sam Cabezas, Henrik Hays, Jon Hubbard, Stian Christensen og Olav Norheim.
Two years after the first part of Osszhang we started to think of continuing it. The idea quickly gained the support of many, which then started a nearly two year filming process.
I took a sniff at the misty morning air and almost smelled the scent of skating. This pumped up my pulse and my brain was swarming the thoughts on new tricks along with how to carry them out.
Our goal with this film is to introduce the best skaters of Hungary to everybody – nationwide and worldwide. However it must be mentioned that not only Hungarian skaters took part in this as Mihai Militaru from Romania also joined us during the filming of Osszhang II. More.
You may remember the 1st trailer of Osszhang II (posted in april 2008), if not (lucky you), check the video below and enjoy it, this is one of the best blading trailer ever!
Download the full video:
name: BP-OHII.avi, size: 659MB, duration: 32min. Aspect: 16:9 widescreen (square pixel), video: XVID, 854×480, 25fps, 2700kbps. Audio: MP3, 48000Hz, stereo, 192kbps.
Noise (2002) by Lonnie Gallegos.
Don’t miss the Chris Haffey & Robert Guerrero’s fight against the 666 rail (14’00).
The next time you think you are being original, think again and replay this old vid, from 98.
Names like Reduta, Zamora, Sagona, Petty, Latimer, Jaggers, Julio, Spizer, Dre ring a bell anyone?
This is by far one of my favorite earlier videos, along with some others I will post here soon.
Enjoy this oldie but way goodie. Sorry about the missing frames and such, back in the day we had VCR’s that would eat tapes that had been viewed one too many times…haha.
Two Weeks, Too Late is a free online video that documents Denial’s two week trip down to the Panhandle PowWow Contest in florida and back up to woodward camp in Pennsylvania. It shows the good times and amazing skating that can happen when 5 friends venture out for 2 weeks to have fun and visit their friends along the way. We hope you enjoy this video and help make more of these possible!
Skating : Montre Livingston, JonJon Bolino, Max Ballestero, Steve ALF Iacono, Chris Smith, Sam Moore, Cody Porsche, David Sizemore, Jon Ortiz, Willie Trebach, Ross Anthony, Julian Bah, Matty Schrock, Mike Koliner, Tim Taylor, Adam McManus, Gumby, Adam Robert, Joe Ackler, Mike Bennett, Thumper Nagasako, Jimmy Hake and more.
Cities Visited: Baltimore/Towson University, Charlotte, Atlanta, Tallahassee and Woodward Camp East.
Big thank’s go out to : Dennis in Tally, Julian Bah in ATL, Montre and Joe Dobson in Charlotte and ofcourse WogeHouse in Towson/Bmore…for letting us crash and have good times.
Artwork by Tom Mcfadden, Filmed/Edited by Alf.
You can help Denial to raise money for more videos like this by donating!
Thanks Adam Killgore.
A Def Noise Product. A Logan Harlan Series of Edits.
Featuring Mason Richard, Logan Dench Harlan, and Brian Freeman. Miniviews of Zach Gutweiler and Dorian Deshay.
Made possible by Austin, Texas, Def Noise, LST, Sic Apparel, Good Tunes, and a 3yr old GL2.
The third dirty south french rolling production, featuring a lot of skaters.
Filmed in west Europe (Madrid, Barcelona, France…). A taryf staff film. Enjoy
23 minutes of Taryf!