Rodney Mullen 18X24 Skate Photo from Below at the Carson Velodrome
Rodney Mullen was and is one of the best skateboarders to have ever stepped on a skateboard. Flat freestyle skateboarding in the 1980s was popular but kind of made fun of by the skateboarders riding Vert, pools and bowls. Little did they know that Rodney Mullen's technical flatland tricks, the ollie and kick flips would change skateboarding in the near and far future and pioneer what modern street skating is today. I shot this photo at the Carson Velodrome during a contest, I laid my camera on the ground and had Rodney go over it as I fired the trigger.
18 x 24" approximate image size on Fuji Crystal Archive Lustre (Between glossy and matte).
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