Redscale Radness: Snapping Skate in Sweden this Summer

This was the summer of skate: from skateparks to DIY spots to invited adventures. One trip in particular sticks in our mind and on our negatives. A weekend shooting skate in Malmo and Copenhagen which we caught using the LC-A and a roll of redscale film (amongst others). The shining sun allowed for rad tricks to be perfectly exposed on our film, capturing redscale radness.

Remember when the days were longer and the sun was shining? We took our chances, and went skating at every available opportunity, and by getting on board, we pushed our way into a load of adventures that our normal feet/shoe combo wouldn’t have provided.

With a carry-on backpack full of cameras and film, we headed to Copenhagen then Sweden for 56 hours of sunny skate snapping. Whippy quarters and fizzy drinks at the first downtown park we hit.

More #SummerSkate snaps to come…

written by neonstash on 2012-10-09 in #lifestyle

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