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Notable: Joshua Paul Shoots Formula One with Century Old Camera

In Black and White Photography, Photographer on May 24, 2017 at 11:00 am

F1 Photos With Old Camera

Image via Lollipop Magazine

Today’s modern world is a constant rush of technology, pushing us towards greater megapixels, faster framerates, and obscene ISOs. Everyone these days likens themselves to a photographer these days due the their smartphones and consequently, millions of photos are shared each day. But for travel photographer Joshua Paul, turning back the clock has elicited some extraordinary photographs. 

Paul is a fan of vintage Graflex cameras, and he’s put his 1913 4 x 5 to work for very own Lollipop Magazine and Formula One racing. The images are nothing short of beautiful.

F1 Photos With Old Camera

Image via Lollipop Magazine

Joshua Paul was born in Fresno, California. He currently lives in Brooklyn, and keeps a studio on New York City’s Lower East Side.He received his BFA in Photography from Art Center College of Design, and his BA in Creative Writing from the University of Washington. He began shooting while a student at Art Center, for Nike Design, The Hotel Bel-Air, and Absolut Vodka. “Absolute Paul” was published in American Photo Magazine in 1994.

As well as adventure assignments, he also shoots portraits, luxury travel, food and cars.He has shot assignments in Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, Italy, Germany, Japan, and the U.K.  Cars shoots include Ferraris, Aston Martins and Porsches, for Outside Go, Bloomberg, and Automobile magazines.

A perfect reminder that it’s usually the man that makes the tool, not the other way around.

 

For More Information: Joshua Paul

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