This photo was taken at the invitation of my friends Joel Benitez and José Carmonathey who told me we had to go to this place away from the big city where I live. In this place there were new houses, with a park with slopes that would help to José jump to the street.
Josè was not afraid by try this trick, and I thought I had to push myself like him. When I saw the houses I thought I knew I could play with their geometry and colors, as it was certain the skater would spend time floating in front of them. So I went up to a wooden pole to give me a higher angle. I was very happy to have found the best place regardless of the sun or the fact the pole could fall.
The truth is that taking the picture was a bit difficult as the pole was moving, my feet were on a mesh and my hands could not hold onto anything, only my camera. The photo was taken with a Canon 7D, I put a 28-70mm 2.8 lens for full-frame and I used one flash, the Lumedtye of 200 watts on the right side of the skater to remove some shade. I synchronized the camera and flash with the technique of PocketWizard HyperSync approximately 1/1250.