Last weekend I had the incredible opportunity to take photos at Goodwood Revival. I've never been to Goodwood before but it's always been on my bucket list of things to go to. I'm not a huge petrolhead by any means but after seeing pictures taken by Amy Shore Photography last year, I had to go and looked for any opportunity for Capture House to photograph Goodwood Revival.
Armed with what I learnt from the Nikon workshop I was invited to earlier this year, an all-access pass, my finest flat cap and braces, I jumped back in time to the rock n'n roll era surrounded by some of the rarest cars, bikes and planes in the world. I instantly fell in love.
I was one of the first people on site on Friday arriving around 6am to capture the sunrise over
the festival. This was a good time to walk around and get pictures while no-one was about. It wasn't before long that Goodwood Race Course was heaving with people in their best period costumes. Rare cars, rare planes, sunshine and swing music... what more can you ask for?
I overheard someone say something that resinated with me that weekend and couldn't agree with more "where else in the world will you see this many smiles?". If you haven't been to this festival, I can highly recommend it (even if you're not that into cars).