Tak­ing the per­fect TT pho­to­graph

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It’s not luck. It’s art. Se­crets re­vealed.

Hav­ing taken thou­sands of

amaz­ing pho­to­graphs at the Isle of Man TT over the years, our man be­hind the lens re­ally knows what he’s

on about. Here, Stephen Dav­i­son – the great­est road race pho­tog­ra­pher on the planet – presents the top

10 ways to bag a great photo if you fancy hav­ing a

go on The Is­land your­self.

With all the in­cred­i­ble ac­tion hap­pen­ing against a beau­ti­ful back­drop of The Moun­tain Course – fea­tur­ing ev­ery type of scenery from forests and glens to moun­tains and vil­lages – the TT is a pic­ture fac­tory. Nowa­days al­most ev­ery­one has a cam­era and they are get­ting easier and easier to op­er­ate. The most im­por­tant thing in get­ting a good TT pho­to­graph is luck – and don’t let any­one tell you any­thing dif­fer­ent! But th things that you can do to give that luck a bit of a kick-start and here are my top 10 tips to help you catch those pho­to­graphs of a life­time.

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