Learn to Shoot MotoGP Racing Like a Pro from Scott Jones

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Before he was a fixture in the MotoGP paddock, our main-man Scott Jones had to swing a lens just like everyone else: sans a GP photo credential. Luckily for our Nikon-clad photo warrior, his home track, Laguna Seca, provides some of the best vantage points on the GP calendar for non-credential holding photographer s — a fact Scott exploited during his first forays into photographing the premier-class.

Ready to share his hard-learned lessons related to shooting around armco, trees, and chain-linked fences, Scott will be down at the San Francisco D-Store on Sunday, July 15th, leading a seminar for would-be motor sport photographers, with the Red Bull US GP round at Laguna Seca specifically in mind.

Up to 15 individuals will learn how to shoot like a pro, and the experience will be complete as those attending the class will get the chance to have their photos published right here on Asphalt & Rubber. For full details about Scott’s MotoGP photography clinic, head over to his personal blog for all the info. We hope to see you at the D-Store on the July 15th and at Laguna Seca on July 29th.

Photo: © 2012 Scott Jones / Scott Jones Photography – All Rights Reserved

Jensen Beeler

Despite his best efforts, Jensen is called one of the most influential bloggers in the motorcycle industry, and sometimes consults for motorcycle companies, whether they've solicited his expertise or not.