JameyPricePhoto
JameyPricePhoto
JameyPricePhoto
Jul 11 2013
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It would probably obliterate the hill climb record and he didn't want that to happen.

Jul 9 2013
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But if you look at it a different way, doubling the people in pitlane doesn't do anything to help. Who is there to watch the back of the spotter? Where does it end? The spotter then needs a spotter. That's how motorsport is. You have to have a lot of luck and some common sense and you'll generally be ok. After Read more

Jul 9 2013
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Not sure what the rule is on tv crews. But I know that some reporters can go over. But it certainly isn't everyone. And that includes photo/video crews.

Jul 9 2013
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No they don't. Honestly, it's a cost thing. Personally, I don't get paid enough to justify having someone as a second shooter, much less someone to watch my back. Having double the people in pit lane doesn't really help the problem at all either. It's your own job to keep out of the way. But back to the point of the Read more

Mar 25 2013
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I'm not going to even bother responding to the comments you generally made about it (and me), but I can assure you it is sharp where it needs to be. You look me up when you're out there next to us shoot car racing....and we'll chat more.

Mar 5 2013
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60mph pitlane speed. So go to the freeway and watch cars passing. It doesnt feel fast for an F1 car, but stand next to one, and it's bloody quick.

Mar 4 2013
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No. The cars come in quite fast. And if you catch it right, the pitcrew is still standing frozen waiting for the car to stop. Its just a timing thing. Not a hard shot really. Just worked out well :)

Mar 4 2013
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Sorry. I can't give them away. Nothing is free in photography. Gotta pay the bills. It's a fun job, but a job none the less.