Mitch and Deep Web || Max Heaton Photography Print
Col D’Izoard, France.
Mitch and Deep Web in the mix.
The sun was setting, time was running out. I had shot a photo in 2018 from the same spot but back then on a Canon 7D and just a 50mm prime lens I didn’t quite get what I was looking for, so I stashed it away in hopes I could one day shoot the same frame again, and we did!
A special place in my heart and so many others, this part of the French Alps has a certain serenity to it that as skateboarders we collectively crave.
Mitch = Mitch Thompson
Deep Web = Within the hidden depths of the realm, whispers abound of a figure known only as Deep Web. Cloaked in enigma and shrouded in secrecy, this elusive individual navigates the downhill underbelly with unmatched expertise. Rumored to possess unfathomable knowledge, Deep Web's motivations remain a riddle, as does the question of whether they are an enigmatic guardian or a shadowy harbinger of chaos. As the boundaries between reality and the digital world blur, those who seek the truth find themselves entangled in a web of intrigue woven by this enigmatic persona.
What are you getting?
Each photo has been picked by Max as a standout and worth to be framed on a wall. It has been printed on quality A3 stock at a professional print laboratory. The size of the print is 297mm x 420mm. It is a heavy grade of paper, similar to a printed photograph. It is shipped in a cardboard cylinder. Here is the process:
Max is not involved in the printing this time!! There will be no Max-delays. Max has outsourced the printing, once an order has been received we book it online with the printer and it gets shipped direct to you from the printer with notifications and tracking.
Who is Max Heaton?
Professional photographer, downhill skateboarder and deeply connected to the community and events management. Max has traveled the World Cup circuit as a racer, an IDF and World Skate representative and also as a photographer. His collection of photos is one of the best in the world.
All proceeds of this sale (excluding local taxes) go to the photographer (Max), Hopkin Skate takes no commission.
Support Max while he is overseas
Max has quit his job, bought a one way ticket to Europe and is following the Downhill Skate Pro tour in Europe and possibly America. If you follow downhill skaters online you have see his photos, they are amazing for those of us stuck at home. If you dream of big buttery mountain passes, help Max document them and bring some extra colour to our world. Every cent of these photo sales goes to Max.