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Butlers Room in Penrhyn Castle

By elainebaker
Taken without a tripod. The National Trust are now ok with people taking pictures of their interiors but they do not allow tripods to be used. This was a dark room in the lower part of the building and it was difficult to get the lighting right hand held camera with lots of people walking by pushing you, not the best setting at all. It took a while to capture this image. Smile

Tags: Photo journalism General Architecture

Voters: jdinne, gwynn56, 213hardy and 10 more

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netta1234 8 382 2 Wales
26 Aug 2012 1:24PM
Years since I visited Penrhyn Castle,you've done a great job here I'd say

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NDODS 9 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2012 2:53PM
I know how you feel, things are even worse when I have to spend a day in my chair, jostling for pole position every-time. However all to often the Volunteer Guides provide me with an opportunity to grab a shot once the mass of tourists leave a particular are, room etc, which I am always grateful for. Furthermore I can use a Gorrilla pod fixed on the side of my chair, so I can operate either of my cameras handsfree,

Regards Nathan
carper123 Plus
8 1.3k 8 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2012 5:01PM
Nice composition Elaine, but it is a tough one to get the exposure right, a bit burnt out in the window, definetly worth another go.
Other than that a good subject matter.
Well done.
11 10 10 England
26 Aug 2012 5:41PM
And you have managed to produce a very creditable image Elaine.
Rach1970 11 14 1 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2012 7:23PM
Well done, what with all those constraints Smile
Lillian Plus
11 23 17 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2012 10:15PM
Like the way the light has been captured
what a lovely shot Elaine

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