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Through the Looking Glass (Car in Garage)

Sneak Peek

A view into the garage

Set-up day at the track s always an open invitation to wander and try new things as a photographer. Generally there is a more relaxed feel for both cast and crew, I never feel rushed, and am free to make as many mistakes as I’d like.  There are so many times I see something I like, only to go back and find a fault when blown up on my monitor. No problem, the only thing to do is walk back… I love to take my fisheye with me on these days to take in the scene. Initially I had not centered the car in this composition, but returned later, and in the end a “peephole” effect ensued. I never have considered myself a “garage spy,” but here that just may be the case.

Photo Info: f 2.8 at 1/250 with a 50 mm. fisheye

Through the Looking Glass (White Bodywork)

What is this?

Hard to tell what this i

Set-up day at the track  is always an open invitation to wander and try new things as a photographer. Generally there is a more relaxed feel for both cast and crew, I never feel rushed, and am free to make as many mistakes as I’d like.  There are so many times I see something I like, only to go back and find a fault when blown up on my monitor. No problem, the only thing to do is walk back…  There is also time for me to try my hand at  abstractions. The garages are a place where you sometimes ask yourself if you are looking at a lunar lander or an IndyCar?  The technology is ever present and beautiful.

Photo info: f/4 at 1/2000 with a 70-200 mm. zoom.