Here’s a special item indeed: when Cal Crutchlow singed custom order prints for PHOTO.GP back in February, I asked him to sign a print of one of his greatest rides ever. At Silverstone in 2012, he fractured his ankle on Saturday morning and was in danger of missing his second home GP in a row. He’d even had a special edition helmet made, with the Union Jack beneath his trademark yellow flames.Read More
Facebook connection George Niaounakis sent me this question, and I thought it was interesting enough to answer in a blog post. He has kindly given me permission to do so. Thanks, George!
“I am still in the very early stages of photography – I have a day job and for sure I don’t know if photography, especially in Greece, will provide me with an income big enough to be my only job. The only thing that I know for sure is that it makes me smile a lot!!
“Although I know that I am lacking experience and working hours on the subject, I could really use your help – hint – tip – name it what you like – regarding the equipment side of motosport photography. I wouldn’t have this thought about equipment if there wasn’t a big possibility to get a funding of approximately 10.000€ for investing in photography equipment.Read More
When I use a flash in pit lane, I set it to Rear Shutter, which means that the flash fires just as the shutter closes. For long exposures this is the only setting I use because if the flash fires when the shutter opens, movement in the image appears to be moving backwards.
Last night in pit lane I photographed Jorge Lorenzo riding away from his box. As he did so he passed in front of his pit board, which of course has his logo of the red X inside the white arrowed circle.Read More
Here’s a special desktop wallpaper just for the Rossi fans.