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Gallery: Looking at the world in black and white

16:30 04 April 2014

Here is a small selection of photos from around the Suffolk area they are mostly long exposure photos using a ten stop filter which I

Here is a small selection of photos from around the Suffolk area they are mostly long exposure photos using a ten stop filter which I've purchased recently, it allows you to take 1-3 minute exposures in bright sun light giving the clouds that sliding effect - Paul Nichols

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The world in monochrome - as captured by members of our iwitness24 community.

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We asked members to send us their black and white photos to celebrate the launch of the Suffolk Monochrome Photography group’s latest exhibition in Woodbridge.

The monochrome group was founded by 12 members in 2009 with the objectives of “fostering the appreciation of monochrome photographs and to encourage the development of this branch of photographic art”.

And here are the offerings of our iwitness members - see gallery top right.

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