>I hope you can give us a detailed report on the camera at your site in the near future.
Should be out next two weeks.
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Godfrey - I like the way your "lips" image is focussed. This shows the lens well.
Lovely textures and color, Uwe
This is a three image HDR taken with the P10 module and processed in HDR Express
nice scene. I would clone off the car in the distance :-).
LOVE the B-17, Uwe! That's brilliant.
Lovely shots in this thread. I had never visited this forum before but Uwe and Godfrey made me aware of the camera again. Thanks.
I've put together that one in a color rendering with about a dozen more from the day into a flickr.com set:
slide show (requires flash):
flickr set page:
Thanks for looking! Comments are always appreciated.
(A couple were taken with a 4th gen Apple iPod Touch, the rest with the Ricoh GXR and A12 28mm.)
Nice Flickr set. My favorite is "Rain" showing the street vendor and people running
having fun .. i enjoy this camera quite a lot. its small size and light weight combined with the IQ and control goodness gives me a lot of capabilities i've been missing for a while. i really like how it gets out of the way and lets me concentrate on the subject.
"Alan Lambert Galleria," Toronto
P10 (3 exposure HDR)
that's quite a structure, Keith!
Worth seeing if you ever make it to Toronto. In which case you would probably see this too
"The Archer" - Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto (3 image HDR, P10, HDR Express)
My A12 50mm camera module arrived.
Ricoh GXR + A12 50mm f/2.5 Macro
ISO 1600 @ f/4.5 @ 1/25 second
This is a VERY nice lens.
Yes the 50mm is nice. If I would get the RXR (still struggling, too many cameras and it is not cheap) it would be with the 50mm and adding the 28 later.
We had a blast at the Hollister Air show:
Nice stuff as always, Uwe!
I'm kinda glad I did it in the other order ... I feel comfortable with a single-lens wide camera, helps me practice a different way of seeing again. Now the 50mm EFL gives me a lot more flexibility. :-)
Yes, it is an expensive camera system. I was hesitant at first ... Now I'm seeing that I can do a LOT of work with it for which it is better suited than the big DSLR.
>Now I'm seeing that I can do a LOT of work with it for which it is better suited than the big DSLR.
I am sure. For what we photograph the size does not matter that much. Love the results from the GXR and handling is fine. X100 and X1 would not be for me.
Love the smugmug set from the airshow, Uwe
Very nice green tones.
Thanks for the comments, guys! :-)
Whatever you are doing ( and maybe it is nothing at all) the colors on all your photos especially the last two posts are just great! Are these ooc colors or were they processed at all? Great work, please keep sharing!
The "Communicating" series has been presented in a limited pallette color, the Leaf Study ias pretty much full natural color. Nothing is "out of the camera" since I work with only raw captures and process to my own settings in Lightroom.
Limited pallette color...hmmm, can you educate me on this? Thanks!
I like your color processing too (both limited and natural)
1/540s, f12, ISO 400
To my eye, it pulls the image away from the literal into a more abstractive and interpretable space. That's a lot of fancy words to say, "I like how it looks." ;-)
>To my eye, it pulls the image away from the literal into a more abstractive and interpretable space. That's a lot of fancy words to say, "I like how it looks." ;-)
Nice flowers, Keith.
I see that P10 module is a much better performer than some ranters on DPR seem to think...
The right side under the bridge needs some darkening. Otherwise nice composition.
I see a grand piano in there. I like what you are doing with Lightroom - I tend to go the other way and overdo things (but most of my images don't have any subtlety to them). I've been trying to correct myself on this. But that's the great thing about digital photography - I find myself reprocessing images that were taken years ago, when I find a "new look"
I'm digging out the A12 tomorrow. Spending too much time with the little zoom!