- January 27, 2013 at 10:51 pm #3512Scott997New MemberJoin Date: Dec 2012Posts: 71Offline
I set out to photograph the 24 in a unique and different way then I've shot it in the past. I wanted to focus on the people, not just the racers but the fans.
Unfortunately, the team I was photographing for had a very difficult race with one problem after another and pulled the plug on it early. It was a real shame after qualifying first in the the GT class. The pictures are in no particular order.
I used a M9 mostly during the day with a 35mm Summicron and for the majority of the night I used the Monochrom with my 50mm F/0.95 Noctilux lens. I was able to pull of some extremely low light shots with the mono and nocti! Also, I always use a viewfinder magnifier when shooting the Noctilux. It makes a world of a difference in framing and shooting.
My new quote; “In a Sea of Nikon and Canon chimps, the Leica Photographer stands alone.”
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