I’m surprised neither ProDPI nor WHCC made this list.
Thanks! I wanted to capture a similar frame to one I did at Indy a couple years ago.
I have to be frank in any review.
I always recommend getting seats in the stadium section at T15. Passes usually happen into and out of 12, and sometimes you’ll see guys getting brave into 14 and 15. That and you get quick access to concessions, merch, and bathrooms.
No. Stef isn’t a staffer here anymore, and I’m just a freelance contributor, so I do what I can. She’s still around tracks though.
Turns 9 and 19 were definitely being pushed to driver’s right this week, but those are typically corners every series goes a little wide through. F1 was pretty strict the past couple years, and IMSA let them go way wide at 19, back when they ran here. 9 has a bump as you exit apex, and it disrupts any car a bit, so…
I noticed the same at several corners. I shot from the inside and outside loops for many corners, and lap to lap I’d see guys in many different spots into a corner.
Back when I worked for Audi, one of my demos was a black TT Roadster with the baseball optic leather optional interior. It was so sick. Glad to see it back.
I believe it was just a creative take. Definitely a cool one.
Thank you for the kind words!
Ha! I used to have a 400 2.8, but got rid of it when I upgraded my 100-400 to its Mk II variant. It’s so good (even if you lost a couple stops), and is way more compact to pack, when you’re trying to only bring a single Pelican roller on trips.
Bodies: Canon 1DX and 1DX MkII
Thanks for sharing the appreciation!
I really wanted to do that with the BMW M8 (as it’s massive), but there wasn’t anyone standing anywhere near the right spot to pull off the composition trick.
Yeah. The Brumos ones were my favorite, but the plaid Pfaff car was just behind them, followed by that Castrol Ford GT (makes me miss the Supra on Gran Turismo).
These guys even pulled out actual hats from the old days. They went all-in.
Glad someone caught how I played with the composition there.
Rodney Sandstorm in gator form.