Posts Tagged ‘los angeles’
After breaking his leg on a rail, and a lot of physical therapy, “J-Bouzy” was able to shred the Los Angeles streets with us and bless us with these clips for The “G” Files! #Killing the game.
Zack Savage spent 4 days with me in Los Angeles after the Forecast Tradeshow. We skated a bit. Here is what we came up with! – Samuel DeAngelis.
Filmed by Matt Chong & Anthony Trueheart.
I couldn’t put together a section of myself skating and not find a way to still be BEHIND the camera. This section was the culmination of over a year of skating with no real end-game, but I’m very happy with the way it came together. – Jeff Kolada. Thanks to Nick Brenden and Javier Garcia for manning the follow cams, and the rest of the West LA crew for all the fun sessions around the LA area.
Hardware: GoPro Hero3+ (custom bite mount). Canon 5DmkII. Sigma 14-24. Slopes GoPro stand.
Just a group of guys who rollerblade around Los Angeles. Preferably the west side of Los Angeles. There was no plan going in to make any edit, so all the skating you’ll see was performed for the love of the sport and rollerblading culture. This is the result of the 2015 West LA Blade Sessions.
Skaters (by Appearance): Nick Brenden, Andrew Ames, Chris Howaniec, Javier Garcia, Jovan Luna, Jeff Kolada, Garrett Kanter, Jonathan Labez, Tyrone Fitzgerald, Brooks Nelson, Danny Ruelas, Jesus Roque, David Paul Larsen, Mark Yamasaki, Eric Piper.
Filmed by Jeff Kolada, Nick Brenden, Javier Garcia & Garrett Kanter. Edited by Jeff Kolada. Graphics by Nick Brenden. Music: Ice-T – Power (instrumental), Greyboy Allstars – V-Neck Sweater, The Blackbyrds – Rock Creek Park. Visit Jeffkolada.com.
The I Match Your Trick Association is pleased to present the first legal street competition in the history of rollerblading: IMYTA Los Angeles.
Professional and Amateur skaters from across the United States, Canada and Europe gathered for this contest that featured some of the most intense skating you will ever see.
Witness unbelievable first-hand camera angles and behind-the-scenes footage like only the IMYTA crew can provide. The IMYTA was the first, and is the preeminent real street contest born from real street rollerblading.