A friend of mine wanted to do something special for her mans birthday this year.
After tossing around some ideas the topic of motorcycles came up.
Turns out she's a dirt rider from way back. I remembered this shot I saw on the wall in the Harley Shop and described it to her. She was totally into it.
I know a guy who knows a guy who's brothers wife's uncle has a shop. And I think his sister's boyfriend has a bike. (As these things usually go) I'll see if we can use them.
Being one who likes to have the details work out before the day of the shoot, I made arrangements with the uncle of the wife's brother of a friend of a friend to use the shop along with the sister's boyfriends bike to do some test shots so that I could trouble shoot the trouble I knew I was going to have.
Out of the three of us there that afternoon Tyson was the only one willing to man up and have his picture taken so that I could see what the light was doing.
Thanks buddy. U Da Man!
On the day of the shoot my client had to cancel (these things sometimes happen) and I was forced to reschedule ....... with her anyway. I was set up and ready to go and quite excited about the whole thing so I phoned another girl that had worked with me before. She came and modeled for the afternoon and thats where the first shot for this entry came from.
The lovely Tracy met up with me the following week for her shoot. That girl could turn it on! We got several great shots that made it really hard to decide on just one.
Her husband still thanks me every time I see him.