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GP Week : Issue 167
THROUGH THE LENS ... Italian F1 Grand Prix For this shot I stood in the pit lane and he was actually on the pit wall. It's a hairy place to shoot from as you're actually stationed outside garages, so you have to have your wits about you and always be aware of your surroundings in case a car is coming in or out of the pits. The French style helmets are for fire marshals and the visor does flip up, but to get this shot you obviously need it down and you need the marshal to stay still; it's no good him turning his head to watch the car go past! I always think the helmets are a bit Darth Vader-like! You can actually see us reflected in the visor, but then that's part of what makes it such an effective picture – it's almost as if what he can see through his own eyes is being projected on to the visor. Mark Sutton – Canon EOS-1D Mark IV ¦ ISO Speed: 400 ¦ Aperture: F5.6 ¦ Focal length: 700.0mm ¦ Exposure: 1/1000 Sec ¦ Exposure mode: Shutter priority