During our Night Photography Workshop last Friday, we were shooting in downtown Bend when the Cycle Pub of Bend made its way down Wall Street.
We did not expect this to happen, so I shot it with my 24 to 70mm Zoom lens at 58mm. My ISO was 800 with the camera on tripod. I used the built in camera flash to light up the bar and I shot at an aperture of 3.5 and shutter speed of 1/13 while panning the camera. Out of four shots, I got one that sat just right. Although we were aiming for architecture photography we still ended up shooting many moving subjects. The beauty of photography is your exposure to unexpected subjects and situations.
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