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    ..28mm
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    amazing shot!
    Thanks!
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    ..Raadvad today







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    Two recent pics. Playing around with local adjustments in Lightroom - the DNG files respond really well. It is almost like painting layers in Photoshop, but then much easier.

    1/100 @ 2.8 - ISO 2000:




    1/125 @ 5.6 - ISO 100

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    [QUOTE=Maggie O;672733]Pain, November 25, 2015 Maggie Osterberg[/url], on Flickr

    ..hope for fast recovery! (a small hours walk a day keep the doctor away, I use to say...but to be honest I'm strugling myself to keep that promise up to date)
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    Sending good wishes your way, Maggie. All the best for a speedy recovery. - John
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    Thanks, guys!

    Two days later he was back:


    Michael In The ER, November 27, 2015 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    But, three days after that, he was doing better:


    Michael Charles Berch, November 30, 2015 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

    I wish I could sleep as easily as the puppy:

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    Dinner out at a local pizza institution:


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    ..wonderful sketchy and grainy pictures, Craig!
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    ..wonderful sketchy and grainy pictures, Craig!
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    Thanks... these are actually crops that are between 150~300 pixels out of the full image then blown up and processed. Just experimenting!
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    Thanks... these are actually crops that are between 150~300 pixels out of the full image then blown up and processed. Just experimenting!
    Works very well for me. Have you tried printing them? If so, at what size?

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    Works very well for me. Have you tried printing them? If so, at what size?

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    Hi John, I haven't tried printing yet. Only recently started this experiment and Im far away from my printer. However, I would agree that printing is really going to be the test as to how well these work. The original small crops have been res'ed up to 3000 dpi a side. The initial twisting of the image (using its original 150~300 dpi crop) is SEFx using a "Film Noir" or "Pinhole" filter - with no grain. Then res'ed up to 3000 dpi in CS and fed into DxO Labs Filmpack using Delta 3200 tonality and Kodak HIE Filtered (HSI) grain set at 200%. Basically cookie cutting at the moment...

    This came about by looking at what you can actually see in images when you really expand them. There were often interesting people in the background that had no voice in the image so I started this as a way to pull them out to the front.
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    Quote Originally Posted by craygc View Post

    I wonder if the prospector ever struck gold?

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    Hi John, I haven't tried printing yet. Only recently started this experiment and Im far away from my printer. However, I would agree that printing is really going to be the test as to how well these work. The original small crops have been res'ed up to 3000 dpi a side. The initial twisting of the image (using its original 150~300 dpi crop) is SEFx using a "Film Noir" or "Pinhole" filter - with no grain. Then res'ed up to 3000 dpi in CS and fed into DxO Labs Filmpack using Delta 3200 tonality and Kodak HIE Filtered (HSI) grain set at 200%. Basically cookie cutting at the moment...

    This came about by looking at what you can actually see in images when you really expand them. There were often interesting people in the background that had no voice in the image so I started this as a way to pull them out to the front.
    Let us know how the printing phase of the experiment goes. I feel you're onto something and hope it works.

    The Art Institute here in Chicago has some large Moriyama prints that look about like your screen versions. I mean grain-wise. Of course, there's nothing that says yours must be printed large. Small framed images have their own charm. I think yours show the beginning of an engaging series.

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    Keeping things rolling.. more GR


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    I'm considering embracing color in 2016. That would be a big step for me, after years of B&W. Still not sure about it, but I'm definitely drawn there.

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    That's a great start, John!
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    Re: FUN with Ricoh GR!!!

    ..Picking up Christmas tree at Frederiksdal castle




    A gift from King Christian the sixth to his foreign Minister Schulin who let this build by the architecht Nikolai Eigtved in 1745. The family have been living there for 8 generations now, but the Lady, now above 80, didn’t get any children. So now her deceased husband's brother's grandson is living there for 2 years (to save inheritance tax) before he take over





    Her (in picture..not the Lady from the Castle) husband got his arm almost torn off when the saw blocked in a big tree, but they put it well back at him at the hospital. His body is worn out after a long life in the wood. Now he is working with children. He and Henrik was the only all-year employee working in the wood at Frederiksdal. Now there is only Henrik left in the wood.












    Henrik is 50 years old. He has been working in the woods since he was 15, and the last 15 years at Frederiksdal. He and his wife moved from an apartment to the most romantic old timbered house at the Mölleäen river nearby the castle. A place and house where you can't stop thinking “should one ever wish in ones life to live…..” I consider Henrik to be a harmonic and happy person





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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    ..Picking up Christmas tree at Frederiksdal castle
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    If anyone is into video, here's a time-lapse shot on Ricoh GR - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cANUcNHsDQ
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    In response to Maggie O's Dr Who Lego scene, here is my youngest's "The Big Bang Theory" Lego scene.
    Maggie's images have much better IQ.

    Taken with a GR Digital IV in vivid mode, aperture priority, handheld using 2 sec self timer with bugger all light.
    Jpg from camera, resized and zilch post process as I am too lazy.
    Not all characters visible till I get permission to re-arrange.
    First image made with the 21mm adapter on the GRD IV, the second are native lens.

    No one is in Sheldon's "SPOT"
    Penny and Howard visible, with Amy in the background.



    Chinese for dinner


    Penny has a cup


    A Big fork for Howard
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    Another set for my LEGO wishlist! Those are great!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tim View Post
    In response to Maggie O's Dr Who Lego scene, here is my youngest's "The Big Bang Theory" Lego scene.
    Maggie's images have much better IQ.

    Taken with a GR Digital IV in vivid mode, aperture priority, handheld using 2 sec self timer with bugger all light.
    Jpg from camera, resized and zilch post process as I am too lazy.
    Not all characters visible till I get permission to re-arrange.
    First image made with the 21mm adapter on the GRD IV, the second are native lens.

    No one is in Sheldon's "SPOT"
    Penny and Howard visible, with Amy in the background.



    Chinese for dinner


    Penny has a cup


    A Big fork for Howard
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    In honor of the 19” Sylvania B&W television on which I watched all the Jon Pertwee episodes of “Doctor Who.”


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    ..is it the wife hanging up there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    ..is it the wife hanging up there?

    No,
    the wife is here..


    ..28mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post

    No,
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    ..28mm
    ...oh thats good !!.....I was beginning to get a bit nervous at your behalf.....
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    Well, one doesn´t have to be a dog to feel tempted...

    Love to see your puppy pics... our old boy left us last summer; we miss him terribly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post

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    The GR was made for this kind of opportunity, imho. Good capture!

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    I have to say Louis the GR was made for this as well... I like this one even more.
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    ..28mm,processed SE Pro2 and PS CS 5.1
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    This was certainly one of my favorite museums on our trip to the Netherlands in April 2015. One week of bicycling through the countryside in Holland and a week in Amsterdam. The Ricoh GR was perfect for that trip.

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    So I'm in stage when My beloved K5 with lenses are at maintenance. Next will be My Ricoh GR. Flash is dead.
    But as GAS is still strong in me i bought small flash for Metz AF-36 with swivel head. With Yongnuo 602 (Trigger work only with pentax flash cube) give me small portable off body flash.
    So What i need more to mae good photo? The Cat.
    Let me introduce: The Cat
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    The Cat catching the light.

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    GR II!


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    Two gentlemen in the F train this morning...

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    ƒ/3.2, 1/60s, ISO 3200


    ƒ/4.5, 1/125s, ISO 1600


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