After years of gathering dust in my shop, I recently put my very rare Aprilia Climber 280 trials bike on my motorcycle lift to bring it back to life.
Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum in Warwick, Oklahoma was a recent stop on the Cross Country Challenge vintage motorcycle ride across the United States. When I heard the news, I thought “vintage motorcycles deserve vintage cameras and black and white film.” I had a busy weekend scheduled, but bumped some other projects to the back burner […]
I was told a long time ago by a grizzled old newspaper editor “want to take better photos? Stand in front of better subjects”. Such simple advice but so, so true. I just wish I had this guy and his “girlfriend” in a studio. That would be even better. Pictures like this makes me want […]
This BMW was made in 1960 – the same year I was born. What a cool bike and I just loved that seat cover, although I would never in a million years ride with a cover like that. But it looks cool for a photo. I just love taking pictures like this with my Toyo […]
How about this pre-war 1934 Harley Davidson, still being ridden across the United States? Is this cool or what? It is a deserving subject for my Toyo VX-125 large-format film camera, and of course, should b shot on black and white film. I love taking photographs that I want to take. The only thing that […]