My name is Ben Case and I am the President of the Clemson Boards Club at Clemson University in South Carolina. My Vice President, Daniel Auber and I have collaborated with ShredLights to bring you this guide on how to start a skateboarding club at your university based on our experiences.
In this intermediate to advanced photo guide Josh will help shed some light on, brand imagery and what we love to see at the Shredquarters. I will define why adding whitespace to an image is useful, what is the best time to shoot (in my opinion), and where you can shoot all day long. I will also describe why thinking about a composition first matters and export resolutions for the web. I'll also give you examples of images I took that didn't hit the bar for me and some community members that have done some great work as examples. I have seen some great images come out of the community and wanted to share what we think can make for a cohesive style and brand identity.
So you’ve decided to dive into the world of electric skateboarding. Congratulations! A life of shredding up hills and carving effortlessly through city streets awaits you. There’s just one problem; which electric skateboard is right for you? This comprehensive guide can help you find the perfect match.
When it comes to customizing your electric skateboard, there are tons of ways to go about it. Jacob from the ShredLights team got in contact with three ambassadors to get the full rundown on how they got inspired to create these custom shredding machines that are unlike any other boards around. Plus, he had a chance to get behind the scenes with one of the most unique custom grip tape designers we've ever seen.