Chris Miller Upland Pipeline Pole Cam 11x14", 16x20", 18x24 and 30x40 Color Print
I shot this 80s (1986 to be exact) skate photo of Chris Miller at the legendary Upland Pipeline skatepark in the Combi pool. The camera was a Nikon FM2 with 16mm Nikkor fisheye lens mounted on the top of a mono-pod and equipped with a squeeze bulb shutter release cable.
Check out our shadows in the upper right of photo - that shows his height and the Pole Cam setup. I shot a roll of color Fuji Velvia film and a roll of Kodak Tri-x black and white. I couldn't see through my lens, so I had to wait till I got my film back from the lab to see if anything came out. I guess we pulled it off. Are those Air Jordans?
This image is printed on Fuji Crystal Archive Lustre (Between glossy and matte).
It's available in 11 x 14", 16 x 20", 18 x 24" and 30 x 40". Inquire for wood and metal prints.
Photo is made to order and signed by me in black Micron in the lower right and with title of photo in lower left in the white border and shipped in a thick as you know what cardboard tube.
Will ship within 7-10 days.
My website is jgrantbrittainphotos.com with my skateboarding history, past and present.
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Enjoy the ride!