Professional skateboarder and FA World Entertainment head honcho Jason Dill introduced his new book called "Prince Street," the photos from Africa, people remembered, and places forgotten.
The 45-year-old pro explained how he managed to shoot photos using the old way without the new generation cellphone cameras and other high-end DLSR.
Back in the old days, he didn't intend to be a professional photographer or make it a career. Instead, he used his creativity to capture everything he saw and make it an art form, from basic shoot to a unique book.
Through skateboarding, Dill was able to travel the world using his skills and abilities to make a living. As he progressed daily, the people older than him advised that he continue what he was doing. He eventually followed his heart and worked on shooting photos.
As he showed the images from his FA photo book from 1997 - 2016, he said that some of it are intrusive.
"What I like about photography is the unknown parts that you can draw upon. Within any of my photos, that's all I want, is that reaction of just like, 'oh man what the fuck happened to them? or what's going on there?' I supposed that's my favorite. Dill said.
Watch the video below, and make sure to support Dill and buy the book here.