Article posted in Skate on December 28th, 2009 by alliancewakeskate
Photo: Adam Aslanian Date: December 2009 Location: Lake Holden Trick: Wake-to-Wake Frontside Flip For weeks I had been watching Dieter stomp wake-to- wake frontside flips from the boat. They were absolutely massive and I couldn’t wait for...

Article posted in Wake, Skate on December 25th, 2009 by bryansoderlind
A friend of mine took this Polaroid of me when I was twenty years old. He was trying to sell me his Mamiya film camera and he was showing off the fact that...

Article posted in Wake, Skate on December 24th, 2009 by garrettcortese
This is the third installment of the Wake Photography 101 series. So far we have discussed photography basics like camera settings, lighting and framing. In Part 2 we went over various angles to...

Article posted in Skate on December 21st, 2009 by garrettcortese
It’s back to the wakeskaters for this week’s Photo Battle. On one side you’ve got a black and white re-entry shot from behind the boat, while on the other side you’ve got a...

Article posted in Skate on December 18th, 2009 by alliancewakeskate
Greg Monroy has been Oak’s in house artist since the beginning. Web site, soft goods, decks — pretty much all Oak art comes from Greg’s creative hands. He should get an award for...

Article posted in Wake, Skate on December 16th, 2009 by garrettcortese
Part 2 of the Wakeboarding Photography 101 article discusses different angles you can use to shoot wakeboarding and wakeskating. Angles: The best way to get cool, different looking pictures is to get out of...

Article posted in Skate on December 10th, 2009 by alliancewakeskate
Nic Harlos. Photo by Lars Borjak By Gavin Jocius My freedom will be so much the greater and more meaningful the more narrowly I limit my field of action and the more I surround myself...

Article posted in Skate on December 9th, 2009 by pressrelease
The New Year brings in a new frontier, the slate gets wiped clean from the past’s previous indiscretions and you can spread your wings once again and soar. Most people only soar for...

Article posted in Skate on December 8th, 2009 by alliancewakeskate
sequence: Flake Back lips are rad because they take confidence and if you don’t want to boardslide, but you aren’t rocking nubs it’s an option. It’s a really fun trick — once you do...

Article posted in Skate on December 7th, 2009 by garrettcortese
This week’s Photo Battle is all about the wakeskaters. Once again we have photos showcasing two very different ways to use a rail, going head-to-head against each other for a week of e-supremacy...

Article posted in Skate on December 4th, 2009 by alliancewakeskate
Nick Dauzat keeps it rad on the legendary Pine Creek. Photo: Rusinov by Lacey Menkin Some extreme action board of these sports have staying power: surfing, skateboarding or snowboarding for instance. Others, take waterskiing or...

Article posted in Skate on December 3rd, 2009 by alliancewakeskate
By Sawyer Davis Leave it to Kyle Walton to find a spot that is actually the opposite of its name. The Friendship Gap about as friendly as one that kicks you in the shin...

Article posted in Skate on December 2nd, 2009 by alliancewakeskate
Coverworthy. Nic Harlos. Photo Bos. By Ryan Doyle I first met Nic in the summer of 2004 at Wakestock in Wasaga Beach.  It was the last year Wakestock was in Wasaga and the first year...

Article posted in Wake, Skate on November 30th, 2009 by garrettcortese
Last year I posted an article to the Alliance website that gave a general guideline to photographing wakeboarding and wakeskating. Now that our 2009 Photo Annual issue of the magazine has hit stands...

 
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