I’m not much of a party person. In fact, I don’t party at all. But I do like some music on new year’s eve.
Come to think of it, I’ve never been outdoors on a new year’s eve (that I can remember). So, on a chilly night, listening to some loud music and watching a fire show (with bonfire all over the place giving us a comfy warm feeling) was an interesting experience.
It’d also be the first time I went out to photograph an event-type program using a….wait for it…70-200mm ƒ/2.8.
Yes, the portrait master can do some degree of event photography as long as there’s enough space for you to move around. I took it because it was the only 2.8 I had. The 24-105mm ƒ/4 would have been much more versatile, but it was already reaching uncomfortably very high ISOs at 2.8 aperture, so I don’t really regret using the 70-200mm instead.
|Camera||Canon EOS R5|
|Lens||RF 70-200mm ƒ/2.8 @ 70mm.|
|Location:||Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh|
|Date Taken:||January 1, 2023|