I love this photo of a Matchless motorcycle that I took at the American Historic Motorcycle Racing Association even in Henrietta, Oklahoma recently. I might have to print this and mount it in my shop.
I wanted a clean background for this photo so asked the owner to roll this bike out into the road for this photo with my Toyo View VX-125 4″x5″ large-format film camera. I shot this on Ilford Delta Pro 100 film. It is one of my favorite photos from the event.
Take a look at this beatifully restored Kawasaki KX-400. This looks like a blast to ride. I was privileged to take a photo with my Toyo VX-125 large-format film camera on Ilford Delta Pro 100 black and white film.
This photo was a bit less stressful to capture than the one at the starting line in front of the racers. They were waiting on their heat and I wasn’t in their way for the start, so no pressure. I like the start line and start sign in the background.
When I wanted to identify this motorcycle, I just sent the picture to my good friend Bill Dragoo for identification. I figured he would know. Not only did he know, he had an identical bike in his garage. I am glad this is Image 200 in my 4x5x365 series. What a nice image for a […]