DIG Issue 93 – March/April 2013 “THE PHOTO ISSUE”
ON THE COVER.
Mike Aitken POSH, October 2008. Find out more in this issue as to why this is Keith Terra’s favourite trails photo that he’s ever shot.
IN THIS ISSUE:
-See who we consider to be The 10 most influential BMX photographers ever.
-Secret spot hunting with Bob Scero and Zac Costa.
-We give you 15 tips to help get your photos published in DIG… or elsewhere.
-Van Homan and co discuss their BMX photography experiences.
-Dolecki, Hoder, Delarosa & more make the most of hurricane Sandy.
-Looking for spots with The LFS Crew.
-DIG’s Rob Dolecki – interview and photo gallery.
-DIG’s Andrew White – interview and photo gallery.
-DIG’s Fred Murray – interview and photo gallery.
-Cutting words from The Secret Rider.
-Pro riders, photographers, and company owners, discuss their Photo Favourites.
Plus, photo experiments, unseen galleries, misguided opinions and more…
THE TEN MOST INFLUENTIAL BMX PHOTOGRAPHERS OF ALL TIME: We count down the ten photographers who have inspired and amazed us over the past three decades. Be sure to let us know what you think of our choices.
#SANDY SPOTS: Rob Dolecki goes on the prowl for newly rideable creations in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. With Edwin Delarosa, Mike Hoder and Jared Washington.
LOST FOR WORDS: Less words, more photos…
LOOKING FOR SPOTS: “Sometimes when you’re looking for spots, you find yourself looking for something else.” – Dan Diehl and the LFS crew go off the beaten track in the never-ending search for new setups.
WORDS AND PHOTOS – ROB DOLECKI: An interview and unseen photo gallery with DIG’s finest.
WORDS AND PHOTOS – ANDREW WHITE: Well-dressed Nashville based DIG staffer and some more of those perfectly lit images…
WORDS AND PHOTOS – FRED MURRAY: “I just shoot photos. People can think whatever they want.”
MY FAVOURITE PHOTO: Jason Enns, Ian Morris, Butcher, Brian Castillo and Keith Terra share their thoughts on a single photo that has inspired and motivated them throughout the years.
BALLBAG: Ryan Worcester hates ‘sports’ but loves BMX and photography. He’d like to tell you why….
COLLABORATE AND LISTEN: “I didn’t know photo contingency still existed.” – Sean Burns. Chris Doyle, Van Homan, Chester Blacksmith, Brian Kachinsky and Burns spill the beans on what it’s really like to collaborate with BMX photographers.
SEARCH AND DOCUMENT: Bob Scerbo, Zac Costa and Rob Dolecki go on the hunt for some not-so-normal spots and come up trumps.
PHOTO GEEK: Joey Cobbs gets super nerdy and experiments with some technical photographic white balance trickery…
15 WAYS TO HELP GET YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY PUBLISHED: “Don’t be a double-dipper.” – Follow our words of smart-ass advice and the road to published photos could be a little easier… maybe.
JOBSWORTH: Do you really want to be a BMX photographer? Sean Logan examines whether this is actually a viable career option…
WHAT I’M REALLY THINKING – THE RIDER ON A PHOTOSHOOT: “Photographers have no soul and they just want our blood.” The honest thoughts from another pawn in the evil game of the BMX soul-stealer.