By now we’re used to seeing glossy images of sporting events that grace newspapers and magazines. Mainly shot as editorial content for news agencies, they pop with color and capture the action in sharp detail. Joshua Paul, who covers the immensely popular world of Formula One racing, saw an opportunity to do something a little different.
By using a Graflex 4×5 view camera from 1913, Paul shoots artistically timeless images that show F1 in a new light. Paul, who has been a professional photographer since 1997, had used his vintage camera in the past in travel and adventure photography, but after …READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE & LEARN MORE HERE
Source:: My Modern Met