I’ve always loved to photograph women on motorcycles. For years I wondered if it was possible to add the right tools to get the perfect shot. Finally I found out. My best pieces of advice for new and seasoned female motorcycle photographers are the same. First, you need to be creative. The styles and models change every year or so. As a result, you need to get a style that’s continually changing with the times.
The second thing you should do is have fun and be sure to experiment with your color. To me, color has no right to exist in photographs unless it’s fun. The key is to be in the moment, not watching a DVR. You’re an observer who’s there for the ride, not just a camera. Don’t let that camera control your picture.
It’s important to note that you can’t be a professional photographer until you feel comfortable. It takes a lot of time to get good at it. Just do a lot of practice and the results will come. When you have it down, get out there and go. No one can help you get out there, but you can help yourself to be a better photographer by simply getting out there. Get out there, take pictures, and enjoy the ride.