Photo Campaign Shoot for BOSCH eBike – Stuttgart, 08/2013

September 2nd, 2013

Shooting the new 2014 BOSCH eBike campaign I was sent to Stuttgart. Been a great experience working together with a bunch of really talented and experienced guys.

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Making-Of

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Published on September 2nd, 2013 by Andy Fox. Comments Closed

Magazine Publication – TOUR 09/2012

October 1st, 2012

Assigned by TOUR magazine shooting their special edition being published for the 35th anniversary of the magazine I was cruising through the lush and green Baden-Württemberg. The goal was to catch up with the owners of 3 genuine race bikes and portraying them in their environment.

You can find the entire story in the current issue No. 10 of TOUR magazine:

 


Published on October 1st, 2012 by Andy Fox. No Comments

Making-Of Mountainbike Photo Shoot, Innsbruck, 04/2012

May 3rd, 2012

20 hours packed with action: from getting up really early at night catching the morning light to the 2200m high mountain very very breezy bike snow shoot. Eventually finding our place of places in the blue hour of the day with the stunning mountainous  landscape in the background.

Overall we’ve been happy receiving the permission to shoot in this outrageous, organic-like architecture. Here come some making-of shots:

 

 

 


Lifestyle – Photoshoot Dominik Metner ‘Bike Brides’

September 9th, 2009

Born as a 68er kid and inspired by watching countless trashy b-movies I was encouraged setting up a special outdoor photo shoot. I matched up the young mountain bike semi-pro Dominik with some girls touting for him in his own-built bike park.

The models Steffi and Moni were bravely tottering with their shiny high heels in the dust and dirt of the race track.

When dusk dove in, we parked an old, rotten wrecked pickup truck to establish the stranded girls couple looking for gasoline in the dense forest.


Published on September 9th, 2009 by Andy Fox. 16 Comments

Mountainbike – Photoshoot Dominik Metner ‘Bike Maniac’

August 17th, 2009

Photo shooting with semi-professional mountain biker Dominik Metner at his own-built wood race park in his backyard in Bavaria, Germany:

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Before we were ready to setup our light equipment in the rugged  bike park at Dominiks backyard time has come to sway our axes. Tables and abstacles were pretty much sprawled and we had to free them.

Lucky me when everyone was ready for action that my brother Jo Blankenburg (http://www.joblankenburg.com) was filming the entire ‚making-of’ of the bike jump and portrait photo shooting with his HD camera.

Please find the videoclip at my vimeo-channel: http://www.vimeo.com/…..

We were checking out different obstacles and kickers and we shot at several locations at Dominiks bike park at day and night times. Dominik decided to go for the BIG one: a wood kicker throning 5m high above and a 45-degree-landing ramp. Dominik threw himself in his new gear and we took some portrait shots before Dominik gapped the big kicker.

One evening we carried this night mud slide action and thanks to BOWENS producing such reliable light equipment as the ankle-deep mud and filth was spilled all over the place. White softboxes were dunked into ‚Cafe-Latte’ color. It’s been worth every single mud pearl!

Some impressions of the making-of:


Published on August 17th, 2009 by Andy Fox. 1 Comment