Category Archives: Photocycling

Getting the Shot

This one is for all of you out there who carry your cameras on the bike on EVERY ride.  Just like saddles and helmets, choice of camera gear and how to carry it can spark endless debate.  You have seen … Continue reading

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First Panda Poles for Sale

I think many of you are familiar with the shots I am able to get with my pole and GoPro set up.  Almost every fish eye shot of me on my Roadeo in the last 6 months was taken with one … Continue reading

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Pole Cam 1.1 and 2.0 Revisions

The long and light pole cam 1.0 was upgraded to a wingnut for the jam nut today.  This makes the removal of the GoPro attachment much quicker. While at the hardware store I also picked up some thicker all thread to make … Continue reading

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Pole Mounted Camera

One of the challenges of being the photographer and the model is getting the camera far enough away to capture the angle of view you a shooting for while still being able to control the camera.  Often times is will … Continue reading

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Getting the Shot

I love making photographs.  I ride for fun, transportation and exorcise.  While out I am always thinking about the photo, it is the way I see things, saving data in the background for when an angle of view and the … Continue reading

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