I had some rolls of expired 110 Kodak Gold film lying around on Maui so brought them back to Oahu when I visited at the end of last December. They were all sitting unprocessed because no one on Maui could process them and I kinda wanted to see what would happen if I left them to expire after I used it. Nothing really happened except I got some light leak action but I think that was because I shot it on this little thing. This roll was from 2009 when going to Big Beach was an almost daily activity and I was tweaking on Call of Duty, thus the lack of skating.
Chouttakes is all the leftover footage I had after releasing Chout. It's all the warm-ups, bails, falls, and other goodies that I couldn't fit into the rest of the video. I also put in some extended clips for good measure. This first one is all Bodez. Bodie stepped behind the camera since wrapping up Chout and took my spot as the filmer of our crew in Maui. Him and Sam are working on a new part together and from what I hear, Sam has been one-upping himself all over Maui. I haven't seen anything yet but if you've seen his last part, you'll get an idea.
Mahalos Live Skateboard Media for posting 'Chout'! Live posts only the videos worth watching in the bombardment of web videos we get today, on top of exclusive interviews and videos. They're from France and they have a refined taste for quality skateboarding. If you want to watch all the videos, crap and all, go to Hella Clips, but if you want to know what's good, follow Live.