INTRODUCTION BY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: KEVIN LITTLE @KEVINMLITTLE PHOTOS BY DREW HUMPHREY, @DHUMPHREYPHOTOGRAPHY After an extended hiatus, the Panhandle Pow-Wow made it’s much anticipated...
Dale Travers has been photographing skating since 1996 and has been travelling all over the world to shoot his photos. He is currently living in Brisbane, Australia, but has spent time living in London, and has seen large portions of Europe and the United States. He is currently working on improving his skill by working for a big commercial photography company, and meanwhile still has time to work on his personal projects.
Without Bojd Vredevoogd the Amsterdam Week wouldn't have been possible. Whether it was in the middle of the night or early in the morning Bojd didn't hesitate one second to shoot pictures and contribute all his freetime for the Be-Mag Amsterdam Week 2012. Bojd is the man you can count on when you need a badass shot. Although it's pretty difficult to get a shot of the Red Light District the 26-year old Amsterdam local isn't the one to disappoint or give up. He will find a solution to get things done. Always down to motivate others to give their best and catching the right angles with his analogue camera. Marnix Haak had the chance to talk to him and to ask him about his motives and perceptions on rolling, photographing, girls, party, clothes etc.? Let's go beyond the surface, and investigate what's going on inside his mind. Interview. Start. Now.
Everybody likes a good skating picture, but the person taking it usually remains unknown. With our 'Photographer Profiles' we decided to change that and shed some light on the people behind the camera. Pietro Firrincieli is a dedicated rollerblader from Italy who's been documenting his scene for years. Read on about his love for black and white, Blade Diary, getting hit by a truck and check out some of his favourite pictures along the way!
At Be-Mag, we like a good photo. But who are the guys that put in the work to bring you the the hottest images from the skating world? With our 'Photographer Profiles' we want to shed light on those people. In this article, Piotr Glodzik talks about how he started taking pictures, where his hobby has taken him so far and so on. Of course, he also shares with us some of his best images.
Back in the day, Ryan has enriched several Rollerblading Magazines (e.g. Daily Bread) with his one-of-a-kind skateshots. But after Daily Bread went out of business, Ryan somehow dissappeared from the Rolling scene. What the hell has Ryan Schude been up to since that time? That was one of the reasons we had to catch up with this exceptional photographer.