Monday, 26th September 2016
It's been a long time since I photographed a premiere using just one (1) camera and a kit lens - usually I dual-wield a Pentax with a stunning portrait lens and a certified beast of a full-frame pro-grade Nikon with some fantastic long-range glass. But this time, the issue was that a premiere I was scheduled to miss all of a sudden became one that was available to me. Thus stranding me with what might appear to sub-optimal equipment.
Here's how it went down:
So... that was that, then. Not a bad premiere as premieres go. And with BFI London Film Festival just around the corner, may there be many more for the Archive of Movie Premieres.
Until next time!
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