All Photos by Emily Maye
There has been much chatter over the release of the Collarbone, an iPad app that features the work of world-renown cycling photographers from various global cycling events. I met Max at NAHBS and he gave me an inside look at the functionality of the Collarbone. Essentially, it’s a regularly-updated online iPad magazine that allows the reader to be immersed in the world of cycling from the racer’s and the photographer’s perspectives. Don’t expect those finish-line shots here, the Collarbone looks to capture the feel of events, moreso than the race portraits found in other periodicals. And since it’s web-based, the content is always fresh, updating almost daily.
I’m starting the show off with a few selects from photographer Emily Maye. Her recent trip to the 2012 Paris Roubaix provided the Collarbone with a series of dynamic photographs. Emily’s work is some of my favorite and you can see why below.