The Leica Guy's wedding

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An American photographer celebrated his wedding with an Leica M9-themed wedding cake and a ring based on a Noctilux lens.

?It was such an amazing cake that it was truly a shame to have to cut it up and serve it,? said Matthew B Harrison, a lawyer from Massachusetts who does fine-art photography in his spare time.

The cake was ?a replica of a black paint Leica M9, mounted with a f/.95 Noctilux?, the 30-year-old photographer wrote on his website (pictured above).

Meanwhile, the photographer?s wife Emily (dubbed ‘The Leica Lady’) commissioned a custom-made ring for her husband?s ?shooting hand?, styled on the 50mm f/.95 Noctilux ASPH.

Leica bills the 50mm f/.95 Noctilux ASPH as the world?s fastest aspherical lens and ‘King of the Night’.

The wedding ring was engraved with a depth of field scale, along with lens information and filter size.

Speaking to Amateur Photographer, after the couple?s big day, a Leica spokeswoman said: ?We are always amazed and delighted to see how passionate our customers can be about the Leica brand.

?This is a wonderful story, and from Leica UK, we wish the happy couple our congratulations and best wishes for the future.?

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