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Feast of Shape, Line and Composition Showing the Beauty of Skating in B&W Images[1] author: Fred Mortagne (France)
Description Self-taught French director and photographer Fred Mortagne is internationally acclaimed for his photos of skateboarding and street photography, and presents his book :Attraper Au Vol” which gathers 15 years of work.

A feast of lines and angles, Fred’s black-and-white compositions blend his subjects into their environments, offering an abstract perspective on architecture, geometry and the human figure, whilst enhancing the beauty of skate and of some moments captured.

“As a young skate rat in the early nineties, I was super into watching skate videos, and very early I was sensitive to how the videos were made,” said Fred, “when the filming was good, I was super thrilled. This pushed me to begin filming my own clips with my friends, for fun ... for over 30 years, it has been the love of my life. Skateboarding has taken me to so many places--not just physically, but culturally and artistically.”

More information at frenchfred.com

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