Steve Caballero Unpublished Frontside Invert on Chin Ramp Spine
This frame of Steve Caballero is on a contact sheet I hadn't seen in years and it has never been published, I got the roll of film back yesterday. In 1986, I was fortunate enough to have been the skateboard photographer shooting photos of the Bones Brigade at the Chin Ramp during the filming of "The Search for Animal Chin." I spent several days with Stacy Peralta and Craig Stecyk while they directed and filmed Bones Brigaders, Tony Hawk, Lance Mountain, Mike McGill, Tommy Guerrero, Steve Caballero, and Lance Mountain in a field in Oceanside, California. I was able to snap this photo of Caballero, frontside handplanting the spine. The elaborate ramp was torn down a few days after this and the rest is history.
12 x 16", 16x20", and 18x24" on luster paper (between glossy and matte).
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