Giving a Specialized Demo wouldn’t really make a lot of sense. We will never sell your data and you’ll only get messages from us and our partners whose products and services we think you’ll enjoy. It could be one they have shot themselves, one they have on the wall, a photo that someone has taken of them…anything. Let your work do the talking. I wanna know what hes gonna do with a brand new bike. Like sterling needs more exposure?
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Interview: Sterling Lorence – Photo of the Year
Your sister is not in this picture! At least the older ones did anyway. Like sterling needs more exposure? He’s listed as an employee in PinkBike’s “contacts” page.
sterlinglorence on Pinkbike
Would have been cooler to see a photog that doesn’t work for PinkBike win it. JBLphotography Dec 17, at 7: I wanna know what hes gonna do with a brand new bike. At the end of the day, I simply love this sport and love the photographic process – Sterling Lorence. Ok I’ll take it back, Krabbs didn’t get robbed, He didn’t stand a chance I’m not arguing that it wasn’t well deserved, just pointing out that it wasn’t at all surprising.
A freaking mountain goat. You are an inspiration to many!
Sterling Lorence (@eyeroam) • Instagram photos and videos
LilAlpenDude Dec 17, at If you are not interested you can unsubscribe at any time. I think the voting head to head didn’t work and it allowed some weaker shots to progress and some better pictures to be knocked out early. Great capture for some but not my thing, if lighting has to be used I am a strong believer that it should look natural – that is the true art of sgerling. There is lorennce definition on “pro” photographer now a days since the market is so saturated and everyone with a DSLR thinks they are a “pro” photographer.
I think PB went about the competition the best possible way, opening the doors to everyone. He is an amazing photographer, but also a paid professional for the site putting the contest on.
If you rode it, in its entirety, you were left high as a kite in stoke. Great shot but not his best and a bit contrived for my taste.
Fine damn piece of work if I say so myself. A true soldier of the lens. Don’t you think that’s a little unnecessary? As for natural or flashed light this picture wouldn’t be stelring it was without the light set up unless the sun was in the same spot and able to create the same contrast and shadows.
Kapricorn Dec 17, at 9: Although sterling is definitely the man, I feel like pinkbike should run these contests to showcase up and coming photographers who are killing it behind the lense. The particular log sterlingg is the welcoming entrance to the trail and one of the hardest log rides that ever existed on the Shore, and is especially haunting for it leads from the brightness of the trailhead into the black darkness of the forest below.
Yeah, pretty lame to have one of PB’s own employees win their own contest. It was long, steep, narrow, and 5—6 feet off the ground with boulders lining either side if you were to fall…it haunted and scared the shit out of us all the time.
No one works harder.
I have to credit all the successes I have had in my career to this point, as growing out of the success that this image brought me at that point in my photo career when I was still wondering if i was going to be able to properly convey all my passion for mountain biking into the incredible expression of photography.
Giving a Specialized Demo wouldn’t really make a lot of sense.