Dave arrived on his NC700 and I knew straight away this was going to be a good shoot. He had that classic bearded biker character and his badge covered leathers looked brilliant. The stormy skies and fading sunset made for an epic backdrop for the shoot. Having a hard time choosing between
I’ll bet this title had a few folks reaching for the PC trumpet, but the “Fat Lady” here is the unflattering nickname given to one of the old petrol pump in the images. Drew already knew where he wanted to have the photographs of his Triumph Tiger 1050 taken and he
The matt black finish on Bill’s Indian Chief Dark Horse wasn’t the easiest to photograph, but with some good positioning of the lighting we pulled off some great images. Star of the show was Bill’s dog, Bolt, who was very interested in my camera and kept coming to investigate.
Just as we started setting up for the shoot with Michael and his Triumph Street Triple, the rain started to come on. It more of a misty drizzle really, but still wet all the same. No problem though…out came the plastic bags to cover the lights and we cracked on. There
I met up with my mate Tom to shoot an industrial themed motorcycle shoot, but just as we were wrapping up the first set, the skies began to come alive with a stunning display of colour and texture. There was a stunning sunset appearing beneath some brooding skies and it was
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