Formula 1 photography has every right to be bland; the scope of what can and can’t be done at first seems like it would be limiting and result in the same looking shot of the cars over and over again. The pros that shoot trackside, however, have no intention of fitting into the mold.
In this behind-the-scenes video straight from Formula 1’s YouTube channel, photographers Mark Thompson, Qian Jun, and Vladimir Rys are profiled. The three veteran F1 pro photographers share their earliest experiences with shooting the sport and how even the general admission audience has some capability of getting good photos too. Of course there’s a little bit of gear talk, but more importantly there’s a brief overview of what conditions and elements in the frame they look for to make a…
This is only a snippet of a Photography Article written by Ryan Mense
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