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GP Week : Issue 147
THROUGH THE LENS ... Malaysia F1 Grand Prix This picture almost looks black and white due to the rain; I was actually shooting it from a hospitality unit! They have these new paddock buildings in Malaysia with an overhang so I was standing under there and that kept me dry. I was just shooting with a long lens through the trees, and I saw this person walking down from Toro Rosso so managed to get them. It was very bizarre because we got there in the morning - beautiful sunshine - and then later in the day this massive black cloud came over, exactly like race day. This is a typical Malaysia picture shooting down the paddock with the rain bouncing off the concrete . – Mark Sutton Model: Canon EOS-1D Mark IV | Aperture: 5.6 | Lens: 70-200mm | Exposure: 1/500 sec