Photography & Video

Extremities is a short skateboard video that shows skater Aryeh Kraus with 6 tiny go pro cameras attached to his body and 3 more cameras filming from afar. One of the cameras is below the skate deck! You get to watch all of the skating from several perspectives simultaneously. It was filmed on a rare rainy day in LA.

14 thoughts on “Skateboarding With Six Cameras Attached To Your Body

  1. You can fix the camera that has the water on it below the skateboard by using saran wrap. You Make a little assembly that contains two rollers, one a takeup and one a supply roller that rolls accross clean wrap.

    1. Pretty clever, but it sounds like a lot of work to make it small ans sturdy enough to go under the skateboard and survive.

      My solution would be to ride on a dry day!

  2. You can fix the camera that has the water on it below the skateboard by using saran wrap. You Make a little assembly that contains two rollers, one a takeup and one a supply roller that rolls accross clean wrap.

  3. You can fix the camera that has the water on it below the skateboard by using saran wrap. You Make a little assembly that contains two rollers, one a takeup and one a supply roller that rolls accross clean wrap.

  4. You can fix the camera that has the water on it below the skateboard by using saran wrap. You Make a little assembly that contains two rollers, one a takeup and one a supply roller that rolls accross clean wrap.

  5. You can fix the camera that has the water on it below the skateboard by using saran wrap. You Make a little assembly that contains two rollers, one a takeup and one a supply roller that rolls accross clean wrap.

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