I took this photo during a “photo lesson” weekend back in June. It was before I bought my camera, I borrowed someone’s Nikon D300 (it’s an amazing camera by the way).
Actually I was going to make an HDR photo out of this but mistakenly had the wrong settings on the camera so it became a regular photo.
It was a room in St Feyre castle, an old tattered room that was falling apart. I loved the blackened walls from the chimeney smoke and the single lightbulb hanging from the ceiling, it was connected to an old switch that was probably a security hazard. But those are the risks of photography 😉
Details: Aperture: f/4 – Exposure: 1/15 sec – Focal lengths: 12mm – Iso: 250
Awesome photo, I love these types of shots and i’m glad you didn’t alter it. To me, guess i’m old school but I like to see photos as they were captured and not tweaked or altered.
Wow– that is similar to Brian’s photo of the derelict mansion! Your room is in better condition. 🙂
Real nice Martin… You certainly captured some great light here too…