A while back we ran a little contest on our Facebook and Instagram accounts to find a local photographer that wanted to get some lens time with the Super Scrambler. Well we ended up getting in touch with Tim Ohlerking who happens to be an Analog Motorcycles fan and we set a date to bring the Scrambler, some lights, a camera, and some really warm clothes (this was back in December). Tony knew a family that had an old-school big-red-barn that they were willing to let us use specifically for the purposes of this photoshoot. We met Tim and his crew at the barn just north of the Wisconsin border and setup shop to take advantage of this killer location. The 40F temp got through to us pretty quick, but being a part of these location shoots always keeps my blood pumping. We had to roll the Scrambler up some pretty precarious ramps 6′ up in the air to get into the upper area of the barn. Tony, you’ve got that one – I’m not going near it (Yikes). The natural light coming in the barn with the addition of some carefully balanced flash made for some really really nice photos if you ask me. And that location turned out to be one of the best yet. Watch the behind-the-scenes video we shot of Tim in action and don’t forget to check out Tim’s photo-set below that.
Tim Ohlerking: @Instagram / Flickr
Analog Motorcycles Super Scrambler Ducati Photoshoot Behind-the-Scenes from Analog Motorcycles on Vimeo