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GP Week : Issue 147
THROUGH THE LENS ... Malaysia F1 Grand Prix I shot this from the same location as Perez. The difficult part in these situations is when you get three cars going back at the same time and you've got emotions from the three people. Obviously Alonso won and he arrived a little bit later than Perez but at that point Perez was celebrating with his team so I had this quandary of "who the hell do you shoot?!" So I was shooting Perez and looked over to see Alonso standing on his car so fired off about five frames. It's nice when you capture someone else's flash, it sort of lights the subject – because it was quite dark at the end, a really dull light. – Mark Sutton Model: Canon EOS-1D Mark IV | Aperture: 2.8 | Lens: 70-200mm | Exposure: 1/500 sec