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Fancy a Dram?

By BigCol      
This was taken a few weeks back at the Buckingham Railway Centre. One f the static displays is the carriage that Winston Churchill used when he travelled the country planning the war.
I had to set the camera on a tripod as even when I set the aperture to f6.3 I still had a shutter speed of 20 seconds. (And yes I know I culd have increased the ISO rating but I didn't want to.)

Tags: Black and white Close-up and macro Cut glass Whisky Decanter Tumbler Flash and lighting

Voters: A_Harrison, TheImagepoint, G3 and 9 more

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A_Harrison 13 261 Canada
25 Jul 2006 11:38PM
I am glad to be first on this. I think it's a super shot, very well composed and presented.

I hope the booze is every bit as classy as the shotWink


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25 Jul 2006 11:55PM
classic image...
NevP 12 853 13 Canada
26 Jul 2006 4:22AM
One of the few selective colour shots I have seen that really works. Very nice.
phillj 12 2 England
26 Jul 2006 6:44AM
Nice warm contemporary scene. Could be an advertising shot.

kaybee 14 5.8k 25 Scotland
26 Jul 2006 9:44AM
Nicely done....but it leans slightly to the right
MadTrace 13 268 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2006 4:18PM
Like this alot col, works for me.
Camaro 12 7 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2006 10:53PM
This would make an excellent magazine or billboard advert. Cracking shot - love it!
paulcr 13 1.5k 9 Ireland
26 Jul 2006 11:00PM
Nicely done Brian, makes me want (apart from a drink) to see the colour version. PAul
BigCol 17 1.8k 1 Scotland
26 Jul 2006 11:14PM
Thanks guys, much appreciated.

Paulcr - my names Col, really, I am. My little brother's Brian though.
dutch01 14 58 England
30 Jul 2006 1:26PM
Nicely put together, love the lighting.

(How much was left at the end of the shoot?)

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