The Le Mans 24 Hours is without a doubt, one of the most incredible sporting events in the world. Every summer over a quarter of a million people descend on Circuit De La Sarthe in Le Mans, France, for the greatest motor race on the planet. National Geographic even called it the #1 event on the planet! The cars and drivers battle for a continuous 24 hour period around a race track that is partly made up of local roads, and partly a modernized F1-style facility. From a photographic standpoint the race delivers many challenges because of its length, and
Over on my ProPhoto Coalition blog I have written a tutorial on getting great panning images. My examples are motorsports based but you can apply the technique to many types of sports and also wildlife and street photography. Please head on over and take a look at the post!
Expanding on the new One Click series post category which has been quite popular recently I thought I should also start posting some samples of my work in print. With both of these categories you can see what I actually get up to with all this gear that I’m always writing about, or at least that which I’m allowed to show you. So kicking things off today is a magazine which British readers will be familiar with, Digital Photo, the UKs largest photography magazine. They are running some of my recent motorsport images in their Big Shots gallery section at
Hey guys, sorry for the lack of posting last week! I have been away shooting another big motorsports event. My post earlier in the year about my trip to France to shoot the Le Mans 24 Hours was very popular. Well this time I was shooting an event called the Petit Le Mans, a 10 hour race featuring the same cars. Update: Unfortunately this gallery is no longer available.