Firing Squad: June 30, 2009

Last week someone commented that this has become a competition of flashes and people “might as well be skating on a porn set.” Actually, that’s not exactly what was said, but you get the point. So for this week we decided to go night vs day and mix things up. The bad news: not using flashes at all is totally not pro, so the best we could come up with was some fill flash during the day. Close enough. So totally manufactured light or a combo of both. You decide.

The Champ

The Challenger

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Think you can do better? Then quit your bitching. The Firing Squad is a weekly photo competition. Winners of a single battle will receive a pair of Da Kine gloves and should a photo survive 4 weeks, the photographer receives a place in the Champions Gallery and a Da Kine Camera Pack. To enter your own photo in the Firing Squad, check out our submission guidelines. We are in SKATE MODE so please send your best skate shots to be considered!

10 replies
  1. shredface
    shredface says:

    the challenger has the wrong angle, but nice fill. also, the champ needs some real competition, the last two weeks haven’t even been close. there’s got to be better photos to run.

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