Thank you Rich!
Actually this one was shot with the NEX7 with the Zeiss Distagon 28/2.8
I have to replace those 2 photo's.
But all the rest of them are with the Biogon if it says so.
I checked everything and all pictures where shot with the GXR and Biogon.
It became confusing when I shot this one exactly the same with the NEX.
So a lot to do about nothing. pffff
Rich I am sure you will have a lot of fun with that lens
Some more with the GXR on French facades.
No, not yet. Should do that, when I am back there. Soon I hope.
No just take the shot, as straight as possible, of two houses in a street at once.
And frame the composition as you want it. I don't like cropping.
A waste of pixels.
Although I like the square format.
May be Sony's next camera!
Lovely picture Keith!
BTW All my postings in horizontal mode have been a bit fuzzy due to a fault in an action I made for my framing in PS. A drag really. I did repair a lot already.
Looked at your work Kevin. Great variety and quality.
Yes the Ricoh is a surprising little camera.
Here two more facades.
From my "Beach" series: GXR A12-M with Zeiss 21mm. Check out moire on the grill.
Time for some more on the Windowdressing series.
It does have a visual rhyme in it
#44 is great, but #48 really turns my crank
Beautiful set of windows, Michiel
Hello Keith, Thank you! I am really actively photographing every day now and enjoy it.
Some more windows. These 3 are from later in the evening and the last one through a passing streetcar.
I mostly use cheap Hong kong adapters. Most of them work fine and go a little past infinety.
Look under - to Leica M adapters - "worldwide" on Ebay. There is agreat variety on different mounts.
View on the harbour of Le Treport. Lots of contrast, so I had to lift up the foreground quiet a lot. It made me think of an old postcard.
And some from another Amsterdam market; de Ten Cate markt.
The Jupiter lens makes colour extremly saturated by itself. Funny lens, I like it.
Did not notice that the camera was set on a few stops underexposure, so it was hard to get them right although in some cases, with extreme light and dark contrast, it was an advantage.
It's a different look for you, Michiel, but I like it
Working Santa Monica Beach - upcoming Blackberry commercial shoot.
My first images here. Nice to meet you GXR guys. I really love the camera.
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These are the more abstract split facades. some have been posted before but they were lost.
Converted Contax 45G
Carl.....I have tried it on both the GXR and NEX 7 (with the Hawk's adapter). Nice fit, finish and balance. I love the close focus ability on the Hawk's.....really don't need to carry a macro unless one plans to do 1:1.
The slightest niggle is that on the GXR, the infinity focus is a hair before the end stop.
This is Robert's loaner......I am planning on converting my 45 & 90.
Some mor from France.
Students protesting fee increases by the Santa Monica college, then getting pepper sprayed. Good thing I had my GXR with 21mm zeiss on me... And no, I did not get sprayed in the face. But the smell is still lingering in the hallway.
Love the vignetting on that one, Duane
Duane, Sorry I did not answer your mail, but I could not get on line.
Everything is set for a month's now for internet but boycotted by Franse Telecom, I think, for competitors to use their lines.
Probably you know by now it is the right adapter!
Here is one from Le Treport on th Normandic coast and one from a desolated house early in the morning.
Duane - lovely shot at the concert.
Jupiter - 9
Blossom - Jupiter 9 85mm F/2 - Ricoh GXR A12 Mount by Braeside, on Flickr
Yeoppieeee! Internet works after 5 weeks!! Still no wifi in the house, pfff...
Here is one from the Ten Cate markt, Amsterdam.
Thanks for the moral support gentlemen!
One more from Dieppe.
What is (not) happening here? No more GXR shooters?
This one is from last month's when the weather was good and suddenly the park was loaded.