Often it’s the time of the day that matters more than anything else.
At this year’s Riverside Lunar Festival 2015, I had a lot less time to spare.
But I was quite happy with the pictures I got.
I arrived rather late this time.
I checked the EXIF information on my camera and noted I took my first picture that day at 4:30pm.
I made 199 total exposures.
That might sound like a lot of exposures but it really wasn’t.
I made my last picture at 6:58 pm according to the EXIF info on my last picture of the evening.
If I were shooting film, that would equate to 5½ rolls of 36-exposure rolls.
Now that would be a lot.
Keep in mind that I have been to this festival every year since it began so I knew the lay of the land.
I knew what to expect.
Peter Phun Photography
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