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Thought I'd have a go at something new for me - aperture priority mode on the LX2 - as I'd noticed many LX2/3 photos that I like seem to use this mode. Also though Paekakariki (pron: pie-cock-a-ree-kee) well suited black & white so had a go at that too using ISO 800 for a bit of a gritty rugged feel. I love the place so I'm sure there'll...


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