Tadashi Yamaoda skate portfolio, Oct. 2015
It's October, and that means new skate portfolios from the likes of San Francisco-based skate photographer Tadashi Yamaoda, featuring new shots from California to Copenhagen and back. First up is Brian Hamm, frontside noseblunting a huge transition from behind a fence in Alabama. "Brian Hamm will frontside noseblunt anything in his way," says Tadashi.
Don't even think about enjoying your coffee here. Adrian Williams slides a backside smith, no cream and no sugar necessary.
No pads, no rules: Here's Chris Russell airing a judo in Copenhagen.
Cody Lockwood drops in like a soldier in Belgium during the hash and hammocks tour.
Off the wall
Dustin Henry, also known as "The Duster," loves the hills of San Francisco. Here, he wallrides to ollie out before taking a fast trip down a steep street.
Frank Faria grew up on a ranch, so naturally, he can milk cows and do hurricane grinds in England.
Riley Stevens christens a rather new bank with a backside tailslide in San Pedro, California.
Kevin Kowalski sugarcanes at Dalton Dern's backyard pump track, somewhere in Florida.
Eyes on the prize
Mario Saenz is a busy entrepreneur with his eyes on the prize. Here, he crooks a fresh ledge in San Francisco.
First time for everything
Ryan Alvero straddles this big flat bar for his first frontside boardslide pop out in New Mexico.
Trevor McClung brings a rare nollie flip lipslide to this El Paso rail, as seen in his Plan B part.
Lines and lines
Zane Timpson figured out his lines quickly at this OG pool in Phoenix.