Location : Ice Bar, London, United Kingdom
The Ice Bar is one of London’s most unique venues. Consistently maintained at a frosty -5°C, every table, wall, bar and even your own personal glass is made of ice. I’ve been told that it’s a concept that is gaining momentum all over the world, and currently there are over 20 different such locations across the world.
Photography itself was quite difficult as tripods aren’t allowed, and the flash gives quite a ..well flashy effect. So I had to place my camera on the table, where it kept sliding to and fro. Finally I had to put quite a lot of supporting bags around the camera to prevent it from moving about, and use a remote timer to take the shot. Unfortunately by this point, I was really in need of a stiff drink, and hence the empty glass.
Camera: Canon EOS 450D | Lens: 18-55 | Focal Length: 37mm | Shutter Speed: 1/25 secs | Aperture: f/4.5 | ISO: 200