I apologies for the lateness of these photos as I have just come back from a two week holiday and I have had no internet connection throughout that period, so I have only just been able to get these images up and sorted!
With these photo (and this is a very small selection of them), I have cropped them down to create more dramatic imagery and allows the focus to be more driven. They are also in black and white to add to the drama of the photos. But, maybe at a later date, I will upload some colour photos as well.
Recently, I attended the Silverstone F1 weekend, and this has always been on my list of things to do as I am a massive fan of F1! It’s probably the only sport I am dedicated to follow and so going to this year’s Silverstone was a dream come true!
I felt it was also a great opportunity to take my professional camera with me to the event and use throughout the weekend, however, I have only been used to photographing animals who are relatively slow compared to a F1 car which can reach speeds of over 200mph! So before I went to the event, I decided to look around at how professional photographers take photos of the cars, and one particular photographer who’s work I fell in love with is that of Darren Heath.
Below is a small selection of his work that really inspired me, and I highly recommend that you check out his website http://www.darrenheath.com and check out all of his photography for motor sports and F1.
(I am currently editing my photos of my F1 weekend and will be up shortly!)
This is one of my most favourite photos I have taken. The reflection in the eyes and the direct eye contact with the camera, the lemur was literally right in front of me. The black and white effect really dramatises … Continue reading →