Designer Peter Barwick, above.
As a designer, Peter Barwick is constantly scanning everything around him, from typography to composition to colors and shapes. This is turn has had an effect on the way he has approached photography over the years. According to Barwick: “Being limited to 12, 24 or 36 images on a roll of film you have to slow down and think about the composition of the image you’ll be shooting. Some of the images come about when you least expect it. For example in the above image I noticed a shaft of light on the wall beside my friend Mick’s ’50 Mercury. I set up my Mamiya C330 on a tripod to take a shot of Mick siting on his car with this wonderful shaft of light. Then we switched positions. In the next photo Mick pressed the shutter release. The zipper on my jumper was in focus. My face wasn’t. Oh, well. Such are the pleasures of life!”
– Goodwood’s participants dress up in period garb from the 40s, 50s, and 60s, a photographer’s dream, above.
– The Jaguar above is just one of the many splendid vintage classic cars on display and racing around the Goodwood race circuit.
– Action at the races, from the pit lane to the the start/finish line at the Goodwood Revival, above and below.
For more information see: www.peterbarwick.com