Buffalo Soldier Motorcycle Club Shoot
On Tuesday evening, June 24th, there was a photo shoot at the Washington Photography School Camera Club. The guest who posed for the shoots goes by the name Easybee, and he is a member of the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club. This club pay homage to the African American infantry units named Buffalo Soldiers, who fought in the Civil War, and also protected settlers as they moved west.
I had met Easybee several minutes before the shoot, and we talked for a while and had an enjoyable conversation.
For this shoot, I used my Canon 5d Mark III with a mounted 580 EXII Flash, and a Rouge Flashbender to soften the light. There was also a mono light triggered by the light from my flash which was the main light.
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