My name is Gregg Wolfe and I create these web pages, take the
photos and answer the e-mail. I have raced motocross and taken photos of motocross
racing in the Minnesota area for quite a few years. When I was a youngster
I raced in the 1970's and 80's and
then took a little break. I bought another race bike a few years ago and have had almost
as much fun taking pictures as I have had racing again. I still have photos that Minnesota
motocross photographer John Rannikko Jr. took of
me quite some time ago. John captured some great images that I still
enjoy and I hope that the photos I'm taking now will also be treasured years down the road.
Do you have a photo of me?
I might. I post all of the shots that I take on the web page for that particular
weekend. If you don't find any photos of yourself, just
send me an e-mail with your rider number and
class and I'll be glad to snap a couple of shots the next time I see you out on the track.
What track will you be shooting next Sunday?
I post the track I'll be heading to each weekend on my main web page so just
check back often and have a look. Once in a while my schedule changes due to weather
or other things.
I'm using the following equipment to take the photos and make prints:
1 - Canon EOS-1D Mark II body
1 - Canon EOS-1D body
1 - Canon 580EX flash
1 - Canon 550EX flash
1 - Canon 70-200 f2.8L lens
1 - Canon 17-40 f4L lens
1 - Canon 2.x extender
1 - ExpoDisc White Balance Filter
1 - Sto-Fen Omni Bounce
1 - Gerber Edge with GS15+ Plotter
1 - Pantone ColorVision Spyder 2
1 - Epson R2400 printer
1 - Epson 2200 printer
1 - 15" Sony PCG-GRT170 Laptop
1 - Home built 3.2 gig workstation
1 - Photoshop CS2 with RAW converter
1 - Minolta Dimage AF-2840 negative scanner
many - 1 gig compact flash cards
many - USB Drives to store data
Get out there and take some of your own photos. It's a lot of fun!
Why don't you have a link to your e-mail address that I can "click" on?
Because I'm sick of spam. Electronic robots look at web pages for
e-mail addresses to send spam. My e-mail address is only in the form of an image so
those robots can't read the address. You will see my e-mail address at the bottom of most
of the pages and you can also use a web form
to contact me. So because of the spammers you will have to either type in the
address you see at the bottom of some of the pages or use
the web form. I would type in
the address for you here but that would kinda' defeat the purpose of getting rid of spam!