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GP Week : Issue 156
THROUGH THE LENS ... Monaco F1 Grand Prix This is such an atmospheric shot; because only in Monaco do you get the drivers down at track level when they have the champagne in their hands. Alonso had run off towards his Ferrari mechanics and Webber followed him towards Red Bull, but there were a number of photographers in the way. Their flashes just lit the spray perfectly, so much so that you can't see through it. It's a tricky place to shoot from though – my brother Keith was in there somewhere getting wet! I spoke to one photographer who said he'd got nothing because he was covered in champagne (I told him I had a shot of him turning away)! In that situation I always take a filter so if the lens does get sprayed I can quickly whip it off and carry on shooting. Mark Sutton – Canon EOS-1D Mark IV | ISO Speed: 1600 | Aperture 1:4.0 | Zoom length: 135mm | Exposure 1/320 sec