The Return of Stefan Marjoram’s Goodwood Sketches

Is it weird that I look forward to Stefan’s sketches more than I do photography from the Goodwood Festival of Speed? He just manages to capture something about the cars that simple photos cannot. I suspect it may have something to do with the more concentrated experience he has capturing the image. It’s one thing to stroll up to the back of the Marmon Wasp or Mephistophele, snap a picture, maybe pause to admire it briefly, then move on to the next car. Stefan has to find a comfortable spot to sketch and really look deeply at the car while he works. Don’t get me wrong, I love a well composed and shot photograph, but I can’t help but think that this extra consideration and closer study translates to an image that captures more than a quick snapshot would. See the complete set on Stefan Marjoram’s Flickr.

This is our third look at Stefan’s work, we’ve previously looked at his work here and here. What can I say? I love his stuff.

One response to “The Return of Stefan Marjoram’s Goodwood Sketches”

  1. Lovely stuff, a very talented man.

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