As featured on H.O.G.® Magazine Issue 018
H.O.G.® 018 featured the work of Adam Wright, a Los Angeles, California-based photographer whose striking images are rooted in the classic reportage documentary style of an earlier age. His technique and subject matter are pure throwback. He shoots minimalist choppers and bobbers and their builders and riders with a manual camera on black-and-white film – nearly unheard of in this digital age of automatic exposures, instant results, and image-altering applications.
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Beglert brothers riding through Germany on their Harley® motorcycles. True Vikings and great gentlemen.
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Jeff Decker, the artist, making sculptures in his giant kiln.
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Jeff Decker, the madman, in his studio.
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Jeremiah Armenta, one of the nicest guys and an amazing Harley® builder, in the Jokers clubhouse, Sweden.
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Jesse James, with his head in his work as usual, restoring H. Goering’s personal Volkswagen bug.
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Jason Jessee builds the most beautiful Harley® choppers when he feels like it and never sells them. He just disassembles them.
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Max Schaaf and Jason Jessee bikes. Max’s garage, Oakland, CA.
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Peter Beglert and his son in Goteborg, Sweden.
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Shinya Kimura working on his old machine.
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The Jokers of Sweden scrambling all night before their show in Tidaholm, Sweden.