Spoke & Chain Magazine: New photo. New faux.

It was just a matter of time. Nouveau faux.

Fall is upon us and the bitter winter is right on its heels. Before heralding the return of the Last Snowbender, we take a moment to observe the delights of autumn and riding bicycles through heavily wooded areas.

Photographer and friend, Henry Lam, was in the area to play around with some off camera lighting. While I had hoped to provide him with a Tony Hawk-like model who could bunny hop a bike over a 6 foot wall, sadly, he was stuck with me.

But as many photographers can attest to, it is darn hard to be in front of the camera when you spend most of your time behind it. It’s especially difficult when your buddy pulls out a Canon 50 bajillion frames per second hyper-optimized quantum processing gigaplex megapixel 1D camera.

Being the good sport he is, Henry not only let me touch this camera of gold, he also posed a bit.

Special thanks to Rob Counts for giving a hand later on in the day.

Stay tuned for more adventures during the Autumn “brake!” But beware the bears. ;-)

5 Responses to Spoke & Chain Magazine: New photo. New faux.

  1. Grace says:

    Awesome shot and lighting…

  2. long454 says:

    Awesome shot and lighting…

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