The Challenger Gap

Here are some photos I left out of my last blog post of the challenger gap. Enjoy!

Geremy Guido – Cab 3 Sequence

Jeong Kim – FS 180 (First Hit)

Yeeee Booiiiii!

Geremy Guido – FS 540 Mute

Jeong Kim – FS 360 Indie

Unknown – Wildcat Backflip


2 Responses to “The Challenger Gap”

  1. 1 Sam
    February 24, 2012 at 1:14 am

    YEA GUIDO! Killing it.

  2. February 25, 2012 at 12:00 am

    That sequence is awesome!

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Dipping the port underwater during a high performance maneuver is pretty risky, especially when you're not using a wide lens. Sometimes you blow shots, get pissed and keep swimming. But other times you get a neat one of @cohenscorner and it ends up on @surfline ! Even though every time I look at this shot I think about how sweet the next frame would have been, just leaves me wanting more.
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