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  • People of all ages and both genders all around the world skateboard. Skateboarding has been around for over fifty years and is now more popular than ever. The skateboarding industry makes millions of dollars a year and is still booming in the bad economy. Skateboarding keeps you physically in shape and fights obesity. Skateboarding brings people together and keeps people out of trouble.
  • Skateboarding is a huge part of my life and shaped me as a person. I have met thousands of people through skateboarding and been to many new places.
  • Skateboarding is an activity that has been around for the last 50 years. When first created it was said to be another fad and fade out after a while. But it is still around today and is more popular then it has ever been. It has evolved from a hobby into a lifestyle. Skateboarding is everywhere, it’s found in music, video games, movies, television and is participated in by about 18 million people throughout the world.
  • Companies make skate videos to advertise there products whether it is skateboards, shoes, clothes, or something else. Companies endorse skateboarders who they think represents them good. They try to get the best skateboarders they can get. A skate video can either have parts or be in a montage form. Skate videos can also be made by a skate shop or can be an independent video.
  • A skateboard consist of a deck, trucks, wheels, and bearings. Most skateboarders ride a 7.75 inch wide deck. The deck needs to be strong and able to with stand a lot but needs a little flexibility to obsorb force. Normally a deck is made from Canadian maple but could have other materials to make it stronger like fiber glass or hemp. Trucks are metal and connect the the deck to the wheels and bearings. They are used for grinding and turning. There are four wheels on a skateboard and they make the board move. The wheels have two eight ball bearings in them. Cliver, Sean. Disposable. Hunington Beach California: Concrete Wave Editions,      2004. Print. I can use this book because shows the evolution of skateboard      manufactoring. It shows how the graphics and shapes of skateboarding have      changed in the 40 years. It also describes how skateboarders are endorsed      by different companies and are filimed for skate videos. This book contains      interviews and qoutes of proffesional skateboarders, filmers, and      photographers. It explains how the companies and their skateboarders create      each model.
  • When skateboarding was invented in the early sixties it was known as Side Walk Surfing because it evolved from surfing. A side walk surfboard was a piece of wood shaped like a really small surf board with metal trucks and metal or clay wheels. In 1963 Makaha made the first professional skateboard model. When the sixties were over people were bored of side walk surfing it was said to be a another fad.http://pages.interlog.com/~mbrooke/history.htmGoodrich, Jim. "Skateboard History Timeline." Jim Goodrich Studio. N.p., Jan.      2009. Web. 30 Apr. 2010. .
  • In the early seventies hardly anyone skateboarded anymore. It became almost impossible to buy a skateboard. Only skaters who were dedicated kept skateboarding and had to build there own skateboards. They would have to get a piece of wood and the trucks and wheels from roller skates. This is how it got to be called skateboarding.Brooke, Micheal. The Concrete Wave: History of Skateboarding. Toronto: Firefly,      1999. Print. This book show how skateboarding has evolved. It shows how      skateboarding has changed through the years. It has pictures showing      skateboarding culture. There are quotes from pro skaters on what they think      about skateboarding. It has a lot of information on skateboarding.
  • A reason skateboarding was dying out is because it was so dangerous and was being band from many cities. The reason it was so dangerous was because the skateboards were such poor quality. The clay and metal wheels were slippery and many skateboarders fell because they didn’t grip. This caused skateboarding to fade out. Cadalac wheels invented urethane wheels which are made from oil. They grip the ground which allows one to ride on banks and invert walls. Without these urethane wheels vert skating would have never been vert skating. Skating boarding became popular again in the mid seventies.Davis, James. Skateboarding Is Not a Crime: 50 Years of Street Culture. Buffalo:      Firefly, 2004. Print. This book shows skateboarding culture. It has the      history of skateboarding. If discusses different skateboard companies and      the videos they made. This book contains information about skateboarding.      It will help me learn about skateboarding.Goodrich, Jim. "Skateboard History Timeline." Jim Goodrich Studio. N.p., Jan.      2009. Web. 30 Apr. 2010. .
  • Their were a group of teenage surfers who hung out at the Zephyr surf shop in Santa Monica. On days the surf was flat they would skateboarded. Due to a drought people couldn’t fill their swimming pools. These teenagers skated in all the empty pools. Zephyr made a skateboarding team in 1976 and they competed in the Delmar competition. Their style and posture was different from the other skateboarders, they mimicked surfing moves on their skateboards. They blew away the crowd and other skateboarders with their unique skate style. They became famous and the most popular skateboarders at the time. Each month “Skateboarder” magazine had a section for the Z-boys. The Z-boys changed the sport and stopped it from being another fading fad. They laid down the roots of skateboarding and pretty much invented vertical skating. Penn, Sean, narr. Dogtown and Z-boys. Stacy Peralta. Sony Pictures Classic,      2001. Film. Dogtown and Z-boys very useful because it is a documentary of      the roots of skateboarding. This movie features some of the first      professional skateboarders. It is important because it show what      skateboarding was like before skate videos. It is different from my other      resources because I can actually see and hear the skateboarders inlike my      other sourcse that just have information on them. It gives me a better      understanding because I can listen to what the actual skateboarders have to      say and I can hear instead of just reading facts from a book.Peralta, Stacy. Lords of Dogtown. Catherine Hardwicke. Sony, 2005. Film. This      movie tells the true story of a group of skateboarders in the 1970's who      revolutionized skateboarding. The movie differs from documenteries and      books because it's easier to understand the atmosphere of the skateboarding      scene in the 70's. The movie allows one undestand the charecterization of      the skaters better then in a book or magazine. The movie shows      skateboarding before there were skatevideos. I can use information I've      learned in this movie for my powerpoint presentation. Also in the special      features it discusses technique of skateboard filming.
  • Tony Alva was the first one to air out of a pool.
  • “Skateboarder” magazine was the first magazine for skateboarding and was published in 1964 and then stopped in 1965 but was remade again in 1975. There weren’t any skate videos so this magazine was the only way skateboarders knew what was going on in skateboarding. “Skateboarder” was known as the bible to skateboarders. Professional skateboarders that were regularly featured in this magazine were Bruce Logan, Russ Howell, Tom Sims, Gregg Weaver, and all the Z boys. The pictures and articles were very important to skateboarders. “Skateboarder” is still publishing to this day. Penn, Sean, narr. Dogtown and Z-boys. Stacy Peralta. Sony Pictures Classic,      2001. Film. Dogtown and Z-boys very useful because it is a documentary of      the roots of skateboarding. This movie features some of the first      professional skateboarders. It is important because it show what      skateboarding was like before skate videos. It is different from my other      resources because I can actually see and hear the skateboarders inlike my      other sourcse that just have information on them. It gives me a better      understanding because I can listen to what the actual skateboarders have to      say and I can hear instead of just reading facts from a book.
  • In the eighties boards got wider and longer for skating bowls and half pipes. A skateboarder named Allan Ollie invented the most known skateboard trick the “ollie”. Decks were designed with concave to help with the ollies and airs out of ramps. In the eighties every professional had there own model with a unique shape and graphic. To help keep the graphic in tact and grind easier skateboarders would put grind plates on the bottom of their decks. Cliver, Sean. Disposable. Hunington Beach California: Concrete Wave Editions,      2004. Print. I can use this book because shows the evolution of skateboard      manufactoring. It shows how the graphics and shapes of skateboarding have      changed in the 40 years. It also describes how skateboarders are endorsed      by different companies and are filimed for skate videos. This book contains      interviews and qoutes of proffesional skateboarders, filmers, and      photographers. It explains how the companies and their skateboarders create      each model.
  • Skateboarding maneuvers were being taken to the next level in the early eighties. Alan Gelfand invented the “ollie” in 1978. Skate parks were being closed down because of liability issues and skateboarding was getting less popular again. Skateboarding was meshed with punk rock, the skateboard graphics showed skulls and other punk rock things. Skateboarding was given a bad reputation and most skateboarders were stereotyped as a troublemaker. This stereotype still exists but is not as bad and is now more socially acceptable.Davis, James. Skateboarding Is Not a Crime: 50 Years of Street Culture. Buffalo:      Firefly, 2004. Print. This book shows skateboarding culture. It has the      history of skateboarding. If discusses different skateboard companies and      the videos they made. This book contains information about skateboarding.      It will help me learn about skateboarding.
  • The” BonesBrigade Video Show” came out in 1984 when skateboarding was dying sport but this got people interested again. It featured the best skateboarders in the world, some to this day are still considered the best. Skateboarding was popular again, it became very more throughout the eighties. Featuring Steve Caballero, Tony Hawk, Mike Mcgill, Rodney Mullen, Per Welinder, Lance Mountain, and Stacy Peralta. Powell Peralta made many other skate videos after this and other companies started making there own skate videos.Cliver, Sean. Disposable. Hunington Beach California: Concrete Wave Editions,      2004. Print. I can use this book because shows the evolution of skateboard      manufactoring. It shows how the graphics and shapes of skateboarding have      changed in the 40 years. It also describes how skateboarders are endorsed      by different companies and are filimed for skate videos. This book contains      interviews and qoutes of proffesional skateboarders, filmers, and      photographers. It explains how the companies and their skateboarders create      each model.Davis, James. Skateboarding Is Not a Crime: 50 Years of Street Culture. Buffalo:      Firefly, 2004. Print. This book shows skateboarding culture. It has the      history of skateboarding. If discusses different skateboard companies and      the videos they made. This book contains information about skateboarding.      It will help me learn about skateboarding.
  • Natas like the Z-boys grew up skating in Santa Monica. Skateboarding was all about ramps, pools, and drainage ditches “vert” skateboarding. Natas didn’t like the media and didn’t pay attention to any professional skateboarders. Natas had a unique style of skating and had no influence from mainstream skateboarding. Natas skated with a skateboarder named Mark Gonzales who had a similar skate style as Natas. They were the first ones to kickflip while moving and skate handrails and stairs. When his part in the Santa Cruz video “Wheels on Fire” came out it changed skateboarding forever. Skateboarders were amazed by his part and everyone wanted to skate like him. “Street Skating” became more popular and “vertical”skating slowly became less popular. This added to people thinking that skateoarders were punks because instead of skateparks skateboarders wanted to skate street spots. Davis, James. Skateboarding Is Not a Crime: 50 Years of Street Culture. Buffalo:      Firefly, 2004. Print. This book shows skateboarding culture. It has the      history of skateboarding. If discusses different skateboard companies and      the videos they made. This book contains information about skateboarding.      It will help me learn about skateboarding.Brooke, Micheal. The Concrete Wave: History of Skateboarding. Toronto: Firefly,      1999. Print. This book show how skateboarding has evolved. It shows how      skateboarding has changed through the years. It has pictures showing      skateboarding culture. There are quotes from pro skaters on what they think      about skateboarding. It has a lot of information on skateboarding.“
  • Skateboards in the nineties became smaller and stronger. Vert was dying and street skating was evolving quick. Smaller and lighter boards were easier to do street tricks and maneuvers like flipping your board down stair sets and grinding down handrails. The decks became straighter and symmetrical versus the triangular wavy eighties shapes. Since the early nineties the shape or size of the average skateboard has not changed. Cliver, Sean. Disposable. Hunington Beach California: Concrete Wave Editions,      2004. Print.
  • Plan B The Questionable, Toy Machine Welcome to Hell, and Girl Mouse are videos in the the most influential videos of the nineties. These videos took skateboarding to the next level.
  • In the Nineties skateboarding went from being looked down upon by society and being considered an underground sport to being took in by the media. Big corporations started making competitions featuring the best professional skateboarders. In 1995 ESPN created the X Games. In 1999 55 million people watched the X Games. Then later in 2005 Mountain Dew created the Dew Tour. Skateboard companies were started to be made by corporate business people as opposed to most companies who were founded by skateboarders. Many skateboarders don’t like the direction skateboarding is going in and prefer an “us against the world mentality.”
  • Tony Hawk is the most well known skateboarder in the world and has won more skateboarding competitions and more X Games then any other skateboarder. He has made skateboarding popular and aware to a lot of people. He was the first one to land the 900 which is the biggest air rotation (2 and a half spins) ever done. He helped skateboarding become less of an underground sport and more mainstream. Kohn, David. "From Teen Skateboard Star to Millionare Skateboard Star." CBS.      N.p., 14 June 2004. Web. 30 Apr. 2010. .
  • Kohn, David. "From Teen Skateboard Star to Millionaire Skateboard Star." CBS.      N.p., 14 June 2004. Web. 30 Apr. 2010. .
  • In 1999 Activision came out with “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater” for Nintendo 64 and Playstation. This was followed with many sequels and spinoffs. The series of video games along with the X games have attracted a new, younger crowd. www.gamasutra.com
  • In the late 90’s and the 2000’s skateboarding was getting popular and showing up a lot in pop culture Famousactors like Owen Wilson and Brad Pitt were featured in skate videos. OwenWison was in “Yea Right” and Brad Pitt was in CrailTapsTop 5. Huge actors being in skate videos shows that skateboarding is an important part of American culture. Along with actors there are many artist involved with skateboarding. Rappers like Lupe Fiasco, Atmosphere, Murs, and Pharrell. Youtube.com
  • Owen Wilson is featured in Girl’s “Yea Right.” This was the first video to use special effects. Before this skate videos were just about the skateboarding in the quality was low but this was a high budget well edited video. It came out in 2003. This video took editing to a new level.Googlevideo.com
  • Professional skateboarders like Bam Margera, Ryan Sheckler, and Rob Drydek have their own shows on Mtv. Theses shows being on Mtv shows how popular skateboarding has gotten. These shows show the skateboarder lifestyle to a different crowd of people.
  • Companies that started getting involved in skateboarding that never were before. Shoe companies like Nike and Adidas started endorsing skateboarders and designing shoes for skateboarding. Nike has televised commercials with professional skateboarders like Paul Rodriguez, Lance Mountain, and others. Also companies like Gatorade and Entenmanns endorse skateboarders.Nike. Web. 12 May 2010. .Adidas. Advertisement. Thrasher Magazine: 1. Print.
  • There are thousands of skate videos on the internet. Putting skate videos on the internet is easy and free; people can put their own skate videos on the internet and also watch other peoples videos. It allows people to see the diversity of skateboarding because there are so many different levels and styles of skateboarding throughout the country. Youtube.com
  • Every skateboarder has their own way of skating but everyone falls under a vert or street skateboarder. There are different kinds of street skating like tech, freestyle, or stair and rail skaters. Examples of street skaters would be Mark Jonson, Jamie Thomas, or Chris Cole. Tech is skating on manny pads and ledges. Freestyle skating is all tricks on flat ground. Then there are street skateboarders who skate big stairs, gaps, and rails. There are vert skateboarders who half pipes and mega ramps then there are skateboarders who bowls and pools. Examples of vert skaters would be Tony Hawk, Bob Burnquest, or, BuckeyLasek.Davis, James. Skateboarding Is Not a Crime: 50 Years of Street Culture. Buffalo:      Firefly, 2004. Print
  • A type of skateboarding is long boarding that was popular in the sixties and seventies and now revived again in the 2000’s . A long board is a board that is longer then a normal skateboard and has bigger wheels and trucks. Most long board are just for cruising and transportation. Long board is big around places near the shore or colleges. Many college students use long boards to get from class to class. There are also long boards designed for very skating and doing specific tricks. The most popular long board company is Sector Nine. "Longboarding, what is it?" Editorial. Instructables. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 May      2010. .
  • Skateboarding has a punk rock influence so skateboarders would where things with a “street style.” In the late 80’s companies started designing their clothes to appeal to everyone. Companies like Airwalk and Vision made their markets much bigger. Skateboarding fashion became popular. Though companies like Vans, Dc, Quicksilver, and others design there shoes and clothes for skateboarding a lot of people where them who don’t skateboard.Davis, James. Skateboarding Is Not a Crime: 50 Years of Street Culture. Buffalo:      Firefly, 2004. Print
  • Skateboarding shoes are built to with stand a lot and protect your feet.
  • There are over 200 companies that make some kind of skateboarding product. All together skateboarding makes about 800 million dollars a year. Over a hundred thousand skateboards are made a year and 25,000 wheels a month. It cost about 20 dollars for each deck. A shop will usually make about 10 dollar profit off each deck. A professional skateboarder makes anywhere from 1,000 to 10,000 a month. They also gets winnings from competitions. Goodrich, Jim. "Skateboard History Timeline." Jim Goodrich Studio. N.p., Jan.      2009. Web. 30 Apr. 2010. .
  • There are thousands of mom and pop skate shops all around the country but it is hard for most to stay is business. Mom and pop shops are usually started by a person who skates themselves and who knows a lot about skateboarding. It is hard for theses shops to stay in business because of a chain called Zumiez that is the majority of malls across the country. Also even though there is a high demand for skateboards there is usually only a ten dollar profit off each deck that is sold. Skateboards and clothes wear quick when you skateboard so it is very expensive to skateboard. Brett Ross, he works at a skate shop and is sponsored by them.
  • Most townships don’t have skate parks though skateboarding is a huge sport and a 3 billion dollar industry. Most of the time skateboarders have to skate in places they’re not aloud to be. Skateboarders normally are trespassing on private property because they do not have a skate park. Companies don’t want people skateboarding on there property because it is a potential lawsuit if they get hurt. Skateboarders often get citations from the police for skateboarding. At most a extremely nice skate park costs about $70,000. Most townships don’t want a skate park because they’re afraid of someone getting hurt.Suburbanrails.comhttp://philadelphia.bizjournals.com/philadelphia/stories/2003/07/21/story7.html?page=2
  • Skateboarders are kicked out of most places because companies are afraid of lawsuits though statistically skateboarding is much safer then most sports. It is a misconception that skateboarding is dangerous but it is actually very low risk. http://www.spausa.org/safety.html
  • The most used video cameras for skate videos are the Sony Vx1000 and Panasonic Gl2. Theses cameras are easy to hold and film with while your riding on a skateboard filming. Videos like “Fully Flared”, “Almost Round 3”, “Yea Right”, and many other were filmed using one of these cameras.
  • A fish eye is a type of lenses with a barrel distortion to put on a video camera. The lenses bulges the center of the screen which allows you to film closer. It makes things appear bigger then what they really are. When filming with a fisheye one should point keep the camera low and pointed up. A fisheye is usually used to film lines.Ehow.com
  • Use to film single tricks. It doesn’t move, keeps still.
  • To edit a skate video you need to get clips that fit well with a song. Fast music fits better with fast skating and slower music fits better slower skating. If a you use a fast song the clips should be trimmed shorter and if you use a slower song it should be lines and/or slow motion clips. When a slower song is used it gives a better effect to lower the sound on the clips. In many skate videos like “That’s Life” or “Almost Round 3” some parts will have a regular passed song and then a slow song after with their best tricks all in slow motion. Herrick, Jake. "How to Film Skateboarding." wikihow. N.p., 28 Apr. 2010. Web. 11      May 2010. .
  • For my application I made a skate video. I had to travel to different spots and film my friends do tricks. I also had to edit the video and make the part. I made an intro then 3 parts and an ending montage.

Sgpskateboarding Sgpskateboarding Presentation Transcript

  • SKATEBOARDINGand Skateboard Filming
  • Overview
    Powerpoint
    History of Skateboarding
    Media and Pop culture
    Filming
    Business
    Application
    Skate Video
    Class Activity
    Create your own deck graphic
  • Thesis
    Skate videos show the in depth history of skateboarding and how skateboarding is not just a fad but is a business, a lifestyle, and an important part of American culture where one can express themselves.
  • Relvance
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  • Personal Relavance
  • Skateboarding
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  • Skateboarding Videos
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  • Parts of a skateboard
  • Side Walk Surfing
  • How it got it’s Name
  • Skateboards in the 70’s
  • The Z-boys
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  • Skateboarder Magazine
  • Skateboards in the 80’s
  • The First Skate Video
  • NatasKaupas
  • Skateboards in the 90’s to 2000’s
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  • Influencial Videos of the Nineties
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  • Tony Hawk
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  • Tony Hawk Cont
    Endorsements
    Activision, Quiksilver, Birdhouse, Hawk Clothing Co., Swatch, Adio Shoes, Fury Skateboard Trucks, Arnette Sunglasses, Jones Soda, TechDeck miniature skateboard toys, Club Med, Bagel Bites, TSG Helmets, Hot Wheels miniature cars, and, EXPN.
    Afiliations
    He has had many afiliations like ESPN, Milk Mustache print ad campaign, Harper/Collins Books, Mattel, USA Today Scholarship Advisory Board, U.S. Postal Service, Hepatitis B Awareness, Last Wish Foundation, Skateboarder Magazine.
    Commercials
    He has also been in commercials like Disney's Tarzan, AT&T, Pepsi, GAP, Campbell's Soup, Levis, Coca-Cola, Mountain Dew, Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, Gatorade, Bell Atlantic, Schick, ESPN X-Games, NBC Gravity Games
  • Video Games
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  • Skateboarding in Pop Culture
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  • TV Shows
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  • Mainstream
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  • The Internet
    Googleimages.com
  • Types of Skateboarding
    Street
    Vert
  • Long Boarding
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  • Skateboarder Clothes
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  • Business
  • Skate Shops
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  • Skateparks
  • Sport Participants Injuries % of Injuries
    ice hockey 1,700,000 61,264 3.60%
    football 14,700,000 61,264 2.78%
    Basketball 29,600,000 761,358 2.57%
    soccer 10,300,000 146,000 1.42%
    baseball 36,600,000 437,207 1.26%
    volleyball 20,500,000 112,120 .54%
    Skateboarding 6,200,000 27,718 .49%
    http://www.spausa.org/safety.html
  • Cameras
    Vx1000
    Gl2
  • Fisheye
  • Tri-pod
  • Editing
  • Application
  • Conclusion
    I have been skateboarding for 6 years but I never realized how in depth and important skateboarding was. I never knew how difficult it was to film and edit a skate video.
  • Citations
    Bolster, Warren. The Legacy of Warren Bolster Mast of Skateboard Photography.      Ontario: Concrete Wave, 2004. Print
    Brooke, Micheal. The Concrete Wave: History of Skateboarding. Toronto: Firefly,      1999. Print.
    Cliver, Sean. Disposable. Hunington Beach California: Concrete Wave Editions,      2004. Print.
    Davis, James. Skateboarding Is Not a Crime: 50 Years of Street Culture. Buffalo:      Firefly, 2004. Print
    Doherty, Paul, and Pearl Tesier. "The Physics of Skateboarding Tricks."      Explratorium. Sport Science, 2009. Web. 3 Dec. 2009.      http://www.exploratorium.edu/skateboarding/trick.html
    Dyrdek, Rob. "Talking With Pro Skater Rob Dyrdek." Interview by Steve Cave.      about.com. New York Times, 2009. Web. 2 Dec. 2009.
    Goodrich, Jim. "Skateboard History Timeline." Jim Goodrich Studio. N.p., Jan.      2009. Web. 30 Apr. 2010. <http://www.jimgoodrich.net/      skateboardtimeline.htm>.
    hn, David. "From Teen Skateboard Star to Millionare Skateboard Star." CBS.      N.p., 14 June 2004. Web. 30 Apr. 2010. <http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/      2002/12/10/60II/main532506.shtml>.
  • Citations
    Penn, Sean, narr. Dogtown and Z-boys. Stacy Peralta. Sony Pictures Classic,      2001. Film.
    Peralta, Stacy. Lords of Dogtown. Catherine Hardwicke. Sony, 2005. Film
    "Longboarding, what is it?" Editorial. Instructables. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 May      2010. <http://www.instructables.com/id/Longboarding-what-is-it/>.
    Herrick, Jake. "How to Film Skateboarding." wikihow. N.p., 28 Apr. 2010. Web. 11      May 2010. <http://www.wikihow.com/Film-Skateboarding>.
    Nike. Web. 12 May 2010. <http://youtube.com>.
    Adidas. Advertisement. Thrasher Magazine: 1. Print.
  • Picture Citations
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    http://bakerskateboards.com/newsite/images/accessories/baker3_dvd_box.jpg
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