A worrying find in a dark corner of the wine cellar! by vignouse

A worrying find in a dark corner of the wine cellar!

You can tell it was a dark corner... this was taken at ISO 12800.

View on black? Definitely - it almost is black anyway!
hope this in near your cozy reading nook.
December 11th, 2017  
Well it's not far... but how did lemonade, Pellegrino. Perrier and Tonic Water get to be in my wine cellar? It's a worrying state of affairs...
December 11th, 2017  
Must be Mitzi
December 11th, 2017  
@joansmor ROFL ;-))
December 11th, 2017  
Dark corners have a sense of humor, at least in my house they do. Wonderful detail.
December 12th, 2017  
I think the "beverage" category pre-empted just "wine" category
December 12th, 2017  
Can your beverages travel to hang out in the cool place in your house, with the more fun beverages? They may just have good taste.
December 12th, 2017  
Very sharp for that high an ISO.
December 12th, 2017  
great shot of a dark corner
December 12th, 2017  
Had they migrated to the cellar for a winter hibernation? The little Fuji is good at 12800 isn't it?
December 12th, 2017  
Great lighting and labels :)
December 12th, 2017  
@yrhenwr The key point is not to under expose: at ISO 12800, if you try to push the shadow detail, you'll soon be swamped in noise. My experience is that the higher the ISO the more you need to get the exposure spot-on.
December 12th, 2017  
Best not to go roaming around in dark cellar corners, let sleeping dogs lie. You never know when a G&T might take you fancy.
December 12th, 2017  
there have been some very evil gremlins visiting - on black I feel like you can almost see them out the corner of the eye ...... ;) super on black everything floats!
December 12th, 2017  
@gamelee The gin (and the vodka) is in the freezer... just in case ;-)
December 12th, 2017  
Great mood!
December 13th, 2017  
VML the reveal technique applied to these waiting graces.
December 13th, 2017  
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