Hans Wouters – Skate Slate Magazine Unboxing
We were stoked to feature Hans Wouters in the latest Skate Slate Magazine Issue 36 Photo Serie5. Hans has been killing it with freestyle and dancing and makes some great Youtube Vlogs that get us stoked. From teaching trick to challenging people to games of skate and everything in between in his life, Hans is doing it right! Be sure to check out his channel and have some fun with Hans!
From Hans Wouters:
I have been waiting for so long to get the latest issue of Skate[Slate] in the mail! Worked with them to make this happen and I’m so honored… Much love and respect for Les Robertson and Jon Huey. Check it out in the links down here! Also, Doyoung Gwon… This means the world to me man.
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// MY SPONSORS /
Caliber Truck Co.
Blood Orange Wheels
// ABOUT ME /
age / 19 years old from the 16th of February.
country / belgium (yeah I speak dutch)
longboarding since / I think I started in the summer of 2012.
filmmaking since / well pretty much as long as I remember. probably around 10 years old when I bought my first camera with all my saved money
studies / in my second year of industrial engineering (engineering technologies in english I think) and probably gonna go into electromechanical. I’m loving it
favorite music artist / eminem
favorite movie director / q. tarantino and c. nolan
how to buy crownboards / decks & completes are sold every friday at 6pm cet on http://crownboards.com.
what longboard to buy / check out my “ultimate guide on buying a longboard” video, I explain all I know about it there :) good luck and enjoy the ride!
camera / since 2017 I’m filming with a Sony a6300 w/16-55 kitlens and 35mm sony lens. earlier videos are all shot on my canon 60D.
editing software / I use adobe premiere pro cc and absolutely love it
tips for beginners / I know longboarding can get pretty overwhelming for beginners so here’s a playlist of my “learn how to longboard” series, in which I’m teaching you how to longboard from the basics to higher level with every video
how long to edit a video / anywhere in between 6 and 15 hours sounds about right. haha it depends on a lot of factors but mostly you’ll notice when it took long and when it’s just straight forward cutting the clips together. most extreme was probably the “polaroid paris” video with over 100 hours
what’s with the weed jokes / well people very often ask me if I’m high cause I look like I am. and then it kinda became a meme on this channel haha
are you high / of course I am (not) haha