Track Guides
Track Guides
Track Guides
Track Guides
Track Guides
Track Guides
Track Guides
Track Guides
Track Guides
Track Guides
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Track Guides

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This guide is intended to be a “read ahead” planning tool. We tried to give a general overview of where we shot from, and in some cases what our settings were. Use the guide to get a warm fuzzy before going to a new track, and if you have suggestions, send them our way and we’ll update the guide accordingly. 

We decided to develop this guide because, in our opinion, there are few things more anxiety-inducing than going to an unfamiliar track for a paid gig. We don’t profess to be the end-all-be-all of motorsports photography (we’re far from in).  We are in a constant state of learning and trying to further develop our skills. We only wish to pass on what we have learned. 

Printed in full color on glossy 80lbs paper in A5 format measuring 8.3" x 5.8", these pocket guides are a great way to get familiar with a track before you arrive to shoot. 

Use this guide at your own risk. We do not accept any responsibility for your actions. Coordinate with the event host, race control, and the corner marshals before doing anything. Be aware that the purpose of this guide is to provide insight into where we got certain shots. You must absolutely coordinate with the event host before you start shooting. Note that track conditions and access areas may change. This guide was out of date the moment we left the track to create it. Use at your own risk. Coordinate with the event host and race control.