For this shot, I set up a single broncolor Move 1200 pack with a MobiLED head and P65 reflector directly to my right. This was feathered up to minimize spill onto the ground while still spreading the light broadly enough to capture Aaron as he sped through the scene. My camera was on a tripod and an assistant swiveled the strobe head to follow Aaron as he rode across the dry lakebed. My goal was to give a sense of both the immense skill of the athlete while also showcasing his progression from two wheels on the ground up to the full wheelie. We had to experiment a bit with speed – if Aaron rode too slow, the captures of him were stacked on top of each other – but if he rode too quickly, they were too far apart. I think in this frame we finally found the perfect balance where it flows, is engaging, and accurately showcases his immense skill.