“It’s a classic rig shot,” says Rich Lavigne, a former drag-racing photographer in South Plainfield, NJ. He explains, “In automotive photography, a rig shot is when the camera is attached to the side of a car using an arm and clamp mechanism. You make the shot by dragging the shutter while the vehicle is in motion.”But instead of a turbo-charged hot rod, the vehicle in this photo of his is a baby stroller, and the venue is no drag strip, but one of the aisles in his local Wegman’s supermarket. The passenger? Lavigne’s then six-month-old son, Tyler.