Motojournalism -Book One - The Foundation

Motorcycle Travel Photography.

Motojournalism - Book One 
PDF E-Book 41 pages
Through text and examples, each chapter describes the essential techniques for creating compelling images of your adventures.

Whether you are headed for Tierra del Fuego or Terre Haute Indiana,  these skills can be used right away with the camera you have now.

The book is divided into seven main sections
  • Keep it Simple
  • Rule of Thirds
  • Get Close
  • Background
  • Layered Landscape
  • People
  • The Edit

Here's a excerpt:
Introduction - The Foundation

Our motorcycles give us a unique ability to have real adventure and
authentic explorations. These agile vehicles allow us to get far out
into the world. We’ll see the sun crest a ridge in the morning, we’ll
ride hundreds of miles over challenging and varied landscapes,
discover a new town, meet interesting people, then watch the sun
drop into the ocean in the evening.

We take pictures of our rides to remember the incredible time
we’ve had and to share stories with our friends. But often we get
back home, disappointed to find that the photos just aren’t as good
as when we were there. How often have we heard “Sorry for the
bad photo.” “It’s steeper than it looks.” or “The photo doesn’t do
the place justice.”

This book is not about equipment. This book is about taking better
photos with the camera you have now. The basic techniques covered
here will improve your photos whether you are using a $5000
digital SLR or the camera of your mobile phone. Knowing how
to choose a subject and compose an image will have the greatest
impact on the success of your photography.

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9 Response to "Motojournalism -Book One - The Foundation"

  1. Mario Says:

    Great work Antonio !!
    will start practicing tomorrow !!

  2. Unknown Says:

    Simply amazing.
    You make it look SO easy.

    Jeff B In Maine

  3. Anthony - Motojournalism Says:

    Thanks guys, good to hear from ya!
    Keep an eye out here, I'll be posting more moto/photo tips soon.

  4. Charmin Says:

    I ll start to save some money to buy the e-book. Thats gonna help a lot with my actual self-learning in photography.

    Good idea, my best wishes for you in this new project.

    You should visit us at

    We are an off road forum based in Mexico

  5. Anthony - Motojournalism Says:

    Muy bien! Gracias por sus palabras de aliento!

    What part of Mexico are you from? I've been down Baja, the costa chica/pacific, Chiapas and the Yucatan. Me encanta Mexico estaba increible!

  6. Charmin Says:

    Hi Anthony, I was born and raised in central Mexico. I am from a small little town close to Guadalajara in the state of Jalisco.

    I have been in Baja a couple of times because I practice and I am fan of Off Road Racing and Baja is the Mecca for us.

    I have visited both sides the North (Ensenada, Ojos Negros, Valle de Trinidad, Borrego) and South (La Paz, Todos Santos, San Lucas and San Jose).

    It would be good to have you in our Off Road and Dual Purpose Bikes forum at in that way you can also promote your work or in our facebook page.

    And the most important you can come and visit us in your next trip.

    Bienvenido a Mexico...

    Add to your next trip to Mexico not only Baja but Barrancas del Cobre in Chihuahua. Do a search in flickr so you can take a look to what I am talking about.

  7. Unknown Says:

    Hi Anthony I am from central Mexico, born and raised in a small town close to Guadalajara in the state of Jalisco.

    Next time you come don't hesitate to contact us, feel free to visit us.

    I have been a couple of times in Baja, I practice and I am a big fan of Off Road Racing so I have been there for the Baja 1000 and attended the Dos Mares 500 in La Paz. For us the Baja is a Mecca, and an incredible place to visit.

    It would be good to have you in our dual purpose/off road forum, visit us at or get into our page in facebook.

    Bienvenido a Mexico!



  8. smartroad Says:

    Love this book! Wish I had it when I had a road trip earlier this year. May have to go out again :D

    Is it OKAY to have it printed (one copy for my own use)? The one thing about e-books is that I much prefer having a printed one in my grubby mits!

  9. Anthony - Motojournalism Says:

    Yep, if you've bought it, you're certainly entitled to print a copy!
    It was designed at a resolution for on-screen viewing, so the quality won't be top notch when printed. It will fit well on regular paper though and still be a good read. Enjoy!

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