Return of the Cafe Racers - Shutter speed

Shutter speed

Another cool motorcycling video brought to you by The Selvedge Yard. If you can get past the Bourne Identity-esque erratic camera movement in some parts it's a great watch. "The Selvedge Yard presents: a film by Toast. Featuring photographer Scott Pommier and East Side Moto Babe Stacie London. This behind-the-scenes short was…

 

Another cool motorcycling video brought to you by The Selvedge Yard. If you can get past the Bourne Identity-esque erratic camera movement in some parts it’s a great watch.

The Selvedge Yard presents: a film by Toast. Featuring photographer Scott Pommier and East Side Moto Babe Stacie London. This behind-the-scenes short was commissioned to accompany an exhibition of photographs in March 2011. Shot with a Minolta XL601 in Black & White Tri-X and Velvia color Super 8. Music by Makkusu Ensemble, Paper Tulips, Jake LaBotz and Jimbo Goodall. For more info filmmaker Toastacia Boyd can be contacted thru her website = toastola.com

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