Our Not-So-Typical Lazy Sunday…

What we thought was just another “Lazy Sunday” like every other week of the summer, ended up being quite an interesting and random day. Not a bad thing – it was definitely a day that will go down in our books as THE day of summer 2012. It’s funny because every week that we have a shoot – we start it the same way: we meet at East Village – which we now refer to as “Chill Village” (Credits to JC for that haha) and we wait for everyone who wants to tag along during the shoot to show up and we head out to our locations. It’s the same every. single. time. As a matter of fact, once we’re done – we come back to Chill Village to hang out for a bit, see what everyone else’s plans are and then we’re off. That’s it. Nothing interesting in-between.

Today was scheduled to be Devon’s shoot for his EG and CBR. Another challenge for myself personally because I don’t really shoot bikes – you can carry some of the car shooting skills over, but for the most part, it’s almost entirely different.

Anyways – why don’t we start our interesting Sunday adventure.

Chill village. Upon our arrival, we found out that we couldn’t park where we usually do because it looked like all the food trucks were gathering there for some event. Not sure what it was – didn’t really care. Here’s a shot of the Family Fry Guy truck just heading in. Sorry for the super crooked picture haha

JC chillin. We’re still waiting for everyone to come.

After everyone’s arrival, we headed out to some place that I can’t remember. I honestly don’t really care where we go – I just take pictures. It was a pretty sweet place though. On the way here we were followed by a cop thinking we were ridin’ dirty. Once we pulled over, we just got out and pretended to look at the beautiful scenery. HA.

Devon’s helmet. Love what he’s done with the illmotion sticker on it.

We then made our way up the hill. Still don’t remember what the area was called and once again – I don’t really care. It was a nice view, but it was a tough spot to shoot.

Here we are. Chillin outside someones property. People drive by and gawk while we gawk back. Some people stop for a second to see what’s going on and probably to make fun of my wing. Here’s where it gets interesting…

A girl in a Mazda3 drove by and ended up parking about 30 meters away from where we were shooting. She came out and walked up to us – I’m going to be honest, at first I thought we were all up on her property and she was about to give us hell for being there. I even had in my mind a full story all ready within the 5 seconds it took for her to get close. She asked if we were here for the motorcycle shoot as well. We were kind of confused because yes – we were there for a motorcycle shoot and it was Devon’s. But no – we didn’t remember being scheduled by anyone other than ourselves to shoot it and we didn’t know anyone else knew about it.

She explained that she was actually shooting for some other magazine or publication (I can’t remember what it was) and she was early. She asked if we wanted a bikini model and that she was bored and had time to spare. I looked over at Devon and asked if he wanted to do it and he said sure. Within seconds, her clothes were off and I’m going to be honest – I didn’t know what to do. I am by no means a model photographer – I don’t shoot people, I don’t shoot people with no clothes on and I’m not good at it at all. I don’t know how to position them or anything. So we get over to the bike and she gets on and Rich and I just start snapping pics. I have no idea how to shoot a bike, now I have to quickly find out how to shoot a bike with a girl in a bikini on it. Anyways – I wasn’t too keen on the whole idea, but I thought it’d be fun to just do it. She was bored, we were just chillin so why not. Maybe Devon enjoyed it haha

I don’t want to post my pictures. They suck. It’s like I just picked up a camera for the first time and I don’t know where to point it. It’s difficult when you need to give direction, it’s even more difficult when you don’t know how. Anyways – that was it. It was a quick 10 minutes before her actual photographer showed up. I think I’ll stick to shooting cars.

We made our way to Queens Park Cemetery. Thought it’d be cool to get some shots there. Punit got lost, we ended up chillin on the side of the road watching a funeral go by. Kind of a weird place to be because you want to be respectful but the whole idea of us being there just to shoot pictures kind of ruins it all. We didn’t stay too long.

A teaser roller shot of Devon’s bike and EG.

At our turn around point for the rolling shots, we all got out of the car and switched spots at a red light. We all knew where we had to go, but when one person gets confused, everyone gets confused. *cough JC*

Shotgun in Rich’s WRX.

Our endpoint.

Peep Rich’s rear. Custom STI quad exit. Looks bad ass.

Another shot of Devon’s helmet.

Because racecar.

We all parted ways and headed home on Stoney Trail. I decided to get some rollers of everybody on the way home. Dirty barrels!

Look at my wing. SICK.

I know it’s not centered but for some reason it looks cool.

Anyways that was our day. Tough to put it all into pictures for you guys to understand how random it ended up being.

Coles notes: Scheduled to shoot car and bike. Head out and get followed by cop. Go up to see city skyline. Random bikini model comes and asks us to shoot. Head to cemetery. Watch funeral pass by while Punit is lost. Eat Pho and park in shitty lot. Go to do rolling shots. The end. LOL!

3 thoughts on “Our Not-So-Typical Lazy Sunday…

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