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during the great Leica Academy event in Portland, I had the chance to play with it ...

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A very different approach, but same tools -- Mono and Nocti, with a three-stop ND filter.

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MM, Lux 35, Heliopan Red 29

I've deleted your image since it violates Forum rules for photo size: No photos larger than 960 pixels on any side. If you email a properly sized image to me I'll place it here. stuart.nordheimer@opco.com.

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Visited my old college (King's Cambridge). I had to get my college card from the development office housed in the Gibbs Building; outside the office was this scene with a portrait of Alan Turing. No attempt to modernise the place! MM, 35/1.4, light yellow filter, a little cropping, otherwise just LR4's export filtering. ISO 5000 and the noise is apparent at 100% but apt for this image.

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