Crankflips are rare in photos, and this one of Ben Linschoten letting them fly over a sketchy looking waterfall looks especially sick. Photographer Tyler Rembold’s angle from the back really captures the action of Ben’s legs in the perfect kick position.
The greater Denver scene is something special. There’s a refreshing abundance of motivation and hospitality among the locals, and Ben Linschoten fits right in. On Memorial Day Dustin Arp took us to this spot with Ben in mind. Ben was more than happy to get this crankflip done and managed to do so without getting wet. He didn’t take long to warm up, so I capitalized on the nice natural light instead of using flashes.
Camera: Sony A200 with a Rokinon 8mm 3.5 fisheye
Settings: ISO 1600, 1/1000 sec, f8
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