Picture taker Shoots Formula 1 With 104-Year-Old Camera, And Here’s The Result

If at any time there was a game that required quick fire photography, Formula One hustling is it. Which makes what picture taker Joshua Paul does considerably all the more captivating, in light of the fact that as opposed to utilizing top-of-the-range cameras to catch the quick paced don, Paul takes his shots utilizing a 104-year-old Graflex 4×5 view camera.

The picture taker unmistakably has a staggering eye for detail, on the grounds that dissimilar to current cameras that can take upwards of 20 edges for each second, his 1913 Graflex can just take 20 pictures altogether. Along these lines, each shot he takes must be precisely contemplated to start with, and this is unmistakably clear in this lovely arrangement of photos.

Paul was propelled to cover F1 hustling with his trusty Graflex in the wake of seeing a 1969 magazine containing pictures of that year’s Indy 500. Seeing that the picture taker had caught the occasion purposely hazy and out of center, he begin attempting to reproduce this method with present day F1 as his subject. He initially began shooting F1 hustling at the 2013 Spanish Grand Prix, and he’s currently so energetic about the game that he’s even propelled a magazine called Lollipop, a distribution for Grand Prix devotees. Look at some of his photos beneath. You can likewise discover him on Instagram.

More info:Lollipop Magazine Instagram (h/t: PetaPixel)

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