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Oldway Mansion

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A beautiful public building, Oldway Mansion is a popular place to get married with amazing marble staircases and huge frescos on the ceiling. This was shot on a Canon 5D mounted to a Nodal Ninja 5. 3 bracketed shots per 45 degree increment were used plus zenith and nadirs.

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