Automotive & Motorsport

Important: Please read the rules and entry requirements, entries not abiding by them will be disqualified.

Ford GT Spa 2016. Drew Gibson

©Drew Gibson

While Automotive & Motorsport photography presents several challenges, the motorsport genre also has several opportunities to get the perfect shot. The track, for example, can help make motorsports more predictable than other sports photography. Add in multiple laps, and motorsports present a great opportunity for photographers to practice fast action photography.

But let’s not forget that there are some beautiful cars, bikes and trucks off the track and shooting them requires all your photography skills, lens choices, composition and technique to create stand out Automotive & Motorsport photography.

This month is all about beautiful photography of beautiful automotive artworks. From looking amazing in your garage to leaving light trails on a winding mountain pass.

We look forward to seeing your entries and as always, the winning image will receive a Powershot Zoom from Canon South Africa and a 15L Everyday backpack from Peak Design.

The PowerShot Zoom is pocket-sized, superzoom monocular camera offering both stills and video recording capability with a 3-step zoom. Impossibly compact and lightweight, it’s the ideal companion for bird watching, travel, sports or family days out – right in the palm of your hand.

 

Well done Stefan Kotze, your images was judged as the best image by our judges which included Roger Machin from Canon South Africa and Kevin Singer from Singer Photographic / Peak Design our two sponsors for the prize.
Your winning image will receive a Powershot Zoom from Canon South Africa and a 15L Everyday backpack from Peak Design.

The members favourite is “I am yellow” by Joe Smereczansky

 

Stefan Daniël Kotzé