Selfportrait and final shot of my series about the architectural heritage of "Ulrich Müther"

printed in Freeride Magazine 9/2019
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Selfportrait and final shot of my series about the architectural heritage of "Ulrich Müther" printed in Freeride Magazine 9/2019

10 Comments

  • 7 0
 Great shot but if I had to be critical I would say you need a bright shirt in the photo. With such a small presence in the photo the colours would have separated you from the tones of the building. The contrast would have drawn the eye more to the rider.
  • 3 0
 So rad Erik! I love that you went to the trouble of shooting these with a TS.
  • 4 0
 Gotta keep things straight, you know. I can't believe how much use I already got out of those T/S Lenses. They have been bolted onto my cameras since I got them. Especially the 24T/S. Smile
  • 2 0
 @Airik: Its a unique look. I really want to pick up a 24t\s for shooting in the forest, its pretty cool when you can get nice vertical lines. Your effort is appreciated!!! Great work.
  • 3 0
 Definitely unusual to shoot action sports with a lens so specific to architecture LOL. Love the look though Cool
  • 2 0
 I remember walking past here in Berlin and thinking "this would make an awesome street spot" and I was right! haha. Great shot...
  • 2 0
 It truly is an incredible spot and quite rare to find something like that in the middle of a city center like Berlin. Greatfull I got the opportunity to ride it. A few months later the city installed some plates to keep people from going up it.
  • 1 0
 Ah, I recall that picture but didn't realize it was the same spot!
  • 1 0
 @vinay: It is the same location as Timos Backflip with the big kicker but it is on the other side of the building. They closed and blocked the exits on by one to prevent people from people climbing on it.
This was the last remaining side and it got plated last year to prevent Skaters and riders using it.

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