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Insights Into Motorsport Photography With Photographer Jamey Price

Listen to how Jamey Price turned his passion for motorsport into a career at the top level.

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Motorsport photography can be fast & furious while also been poetic and majestic all at the same time. It's a career that doesn't have the easiest of paths but with skill and perseverance, it is a job choice that can be rewarding and enjoyable (even if it is incredibly hard work). 

 One photographer who took this journey is Jamey Price who has now marked himself out as one of the leading photographers on the sports car circuit as well as across the wider motor racing scene.

With his talent and vision for the perfect shot, 'Mobil 1 The Grid' decided they needed to get him on their YouTube channel so others could listen to his advice as well as marvel at his rather awesome imagery. So, the team spent some time with the American photographer at the recent 'Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring' to learn more about his craft and how he approaches such a unique day-to-night event.

The interview is a great insight into the daily workings of a motorsport photographer and there are plenty of inspiring images to look at as well. 

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