Return of the Cafe Racers - Classic motorcycle images by Paul Hart

Classic motorcycle images by Paul Hart

In our opinion there's nothing better than when a talented photographer turns his camera's attention to classic motorbikes. These shots come from photgrapher Paul Hart of Vespamore photography whose website showcases a selection of albums featuring Vespas, Lambrettas and more importantly motorcycles...lovely classic and tastefully customised motorcycles. Mr Hart is a lover of…

In our opinion there’s nothing better than when a talented photographer turns his camera’s attention to classic motorbikes. These shots come from photgrapher Paul Hart of Vespamore photography whose website showcases a selection of albums featuring Vespas, Lambrettas and more importantly motorcycles…lovely classic and tastefully customised motorcycles.

Mr Hart is a lover of cellulose film and shoots everything on old school 35mm. Each image is captured on his Olympus OM10 manual SLR with a standard 50mm Zuiko lens. His use of light combined with the lovely focal length of his lens gives his photographs a vintage feel that suits their subject matter perfectly.

For more shots from this series visit Paul’s website: www.vespamore.com
Previous
Next

Read more like this

Return of the Cafe Racers - Road to Recovery – Scott Campbell’s BMW R65

Road to Recovery – Scott Campbell’s BMW R65

Sometimes techniques for overcoming adversity are found in unexpected places. Scott Campbell found the solution to his battling his demons in the form of a BMW R65. To help him through a…

Continue Reading
Return of the Cafe Racers - Flight Ready – Kraftrad Noeda BMW K100 RS

Flight Ready – Kraftrad Noeda BMW K100 RS

When it comes to customising older BMW motorcycles the R series airheads are the most popular weapon of choice. Fuss-free naked styling, an accomodating chassis and the iconic boxer engine configuration are…

Continue Reading
Return of the Cafe Racers - Well Nourished – Berry Bad Triton Racer

Well Nourished – Berry Bad Triton Racer

I think the term ‘patina’ is often misused in the custom world. Nowadays it seems to be applied to any old rust bucket that’s been left to rot in a barn. We…

Continue Reading