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    Leica M8.2 + Nokton 40/1.4

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    Gwenaël Piaser, FabioCasadei, and 174 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. thyve 71 months ago | reply

      May I ask what iso this is? :)

      Great shot!

    2. Nacho Pello 70 months ago | reply

      great shot
      i am looking right now at your stream, and i am seeing a lot of great work

      regards from spain

    3. emmily shaw 70 months ago | reply

      truly amazing

    4. chenick 70 months ago | reply

      oooh, great shot, like a still from a movie

    5. futureancient 68 months ago | reply

      thanks for all the love :)

    6. futureancient 67 months ago | reply

      @polarico I have a pretty good feel with all three of those lenses. I will have to re-assess them now I have the full frame M9 though. They're all cool lenses.

    7. amnesiak1978 67 months ago | reply

      really great b/w. fantasic light.

    8. ▓▒░JASE░▒▓ 67 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Pixel Lounge B&W, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    9. Alena G 66 months ago | reply

      Your photo is not photo of face and figure
      It's photo of inside and inner word of people. I don't see picture - i see a character and a soul

    10. davideibiza 65 months ago | reply

      fantastic .....

    11. [ pm ] 59 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Cool Creative Capture, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    12. Sim* 58 months ago | reply

      Classic..

    13. Haonavy 51 months ago | reply

      Well done! Very well done!!

    14. Klimrod [deleted] 46 months ago | reply

      Wonderful shot.

    15. ...Lichtmalerin 35 months ago | reply

      fantastic portrait !!!

    16. amin eftegarie 33 months ago | reply

      Congrats! I posted your awesome photo on our men's fashion blog ;)
      www.trashness.com/leica-m8

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