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    re: GRD4 Street Images

    Well the camera with the adapter fits in a coat pocket. Not a hard thing to take.
    By the way, most of these with the adapter were made with the camera on a neckstrap and the screen off. I had a delivery of some 16 x 20" prints last Thursday and I mean to tell you.....it's somewhat scary how good the GR glass really is....

    The only bad thing I found with the GRD4 and even with the adapter is that.....Mrs Shooter really likes the outfit. She says....it's cute.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    Well the camera with the adapter fits in a coat pocket. Not a hard thing to take.
    By the way, most of these with the adapter were made with the camera on a neckstrap and the screen off. I had a delivery of some 16 x 20" prints last Thursday and I mean to tell you.....it's somewhat scary how good the GR glass really is....

    The only bad thing I found with the GRD4 and even with the adapter is that.....Mrs Shooter really likes the outfit. She says....it's cute.....
    Sounds good (16x20" prints!)
    The last sentence: Its not always easy to be democratic (but it can be a nice feeling), but on the other hand, theres a good excuse for buying the V'er when it arrives !
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    re: GRD4 Street Images

    GRD IV


    iso 3200 1/2sec f1.9 free hand





    iso 3200 1/13sec f1.9 free hand




    Don, hope you can forgive, this is no streets, this is far from Philadelfia, this is my first GRD IV shots from just an hour ago.
    It was actually getting rather dark, around a small hour after sunset. All taken in high contrast and all +2.0EV.
    What a lovely little piece that GRD IV is! Thanks for getting it in my hand!
    All pictures just JPEG straight out of camera, no pp., just reseizing in C1 6.
    I know they are pushed far too far, but that camera sort of keep your smiling playing with it. A very nice and friendly feeling.
    Best
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    re: GRD4 Street Images

    iso 3200 1/2sec f1.9 free hand




    iso 3200 1.3sec(free hand) f1.9



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    Hey my friend. I didn't do anything. I'm just glad ya got the camera tho'.
    Just set it up to Snap 1 meter, shoot M...set ISO to auto...use 5.6 or 8.0, choose the shutter speed ya want and everything will be fine....

    if ya need some help on setup I'll be glad to share mine....
    please post on this or any threads I post.
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    Thanks Don, that I will do!
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    Re: GRD4 Street Images

    Great series!
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    Don, I am very obsessed with the ability of this camera has to behave like an M6 with Tri-X film pushed to 3200 or the 6400. And Iím also just for right now totally obsessed by the handshaken blown-away, overlightened pictures it can give me. Itís allmost like being young again, playing in the darkroom, but this time somewhat easier.
    This, just while waiting to get myself together to take you to westpart of the ďbridge-quarters" surrounding Copenhagen. East-bridge, North-bridge, West-bridge and South-bridge. Apart from the latter, itís somehow the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Would have liked to take you to the ugly, where the local main street Istedgade was where all the hookers and the junckies used to be, and still are. But its also where you still can feel some of the original city-mood in some of the unpolished working-class areas. We will see.
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    Re: GRD4 Street Images

    Coastline towards Sweden.
    Out of camera Jpeg, no pp. resized in C1 vs. 6

    Iso 3200 1sec.(handheld) f.1.9


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    Re: GRD4 Street Images

    towards Sweden

    Iso 3200 1 sec. (handheld) f.1.9



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    Re: GRD4 Street Images

    Hmmmmmm, Thorkil....I can only say....uh..welluh...uh..I'd like to see more photos from you.
    I'm sure you can find your way.

    I'm developing a problem with the GRD4. It's not a firmware fix either. See, I'll head out in the morning and walk maybe 5-6 miles making photos. I'll drink a nice cup of NON Starbucks coffee. Then my phone rings. It's my wife wondering when I'm coming home.

    She doesn't really care about photography. She knows that when I do get home I will be in LR4 for a spell.

    So ya see, the GRD4 likes me to stay busy and work on the street. My wife likes me home.
    I may have to do a trade in because it's at the point that it's starting to interfere with my life style.

    If ya know anyone looking for a Russian wife with the newest firmware, let me know....I'll be on the street with the GRD4....
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    Oh Don, that's quite a dilemma
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    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    I may have to do a trade in because it's at the point that it's starting to interfere with my life style.

    If ya know anyone looking for a Russian wife with the newest firmware, let me know....I'll be on the street with the GRD4....
    don
    and good teeth too..????
    Well, Don I guess it's finally a dilemma you both can't and woun't live without.
    I have the same, I have to sneak out, claim that my feets are getting swollen if I don't get out at once. But you are lucky to get a call after 4 long hours!
    Try to stay at home hanging out in the sofacorner all day long for 4 days, then you will see what she'll be longing for...
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    Hey Thorkil - those images certainly are different. Capa's D-Day landing pictures come to mind (without the carnage)

    I'm going to try it myself - good way to do it in the Canadian sloppy winter.

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    Hi Keith
    It was some sort of that kind of pictures I had in mind.
    I've had, for a very a long time, had in mind a sort of dream of something unsharp dreaminess, something where things were timeless floating, or something like that. And given that I'm certainly not am good with computerprograms, manuals and other (booring) stuff like that, or rather my brain is sort sort of melting down, I was surprised how easy thing was happening in that direction with that little camera (actually nearby shocked in fact), I just tried at the first pictures some setting while walking in the wood, and light was beginning to get dark. But it has to be dark, to get some sort of burned out. It feels like driven the sensor out at its complete edge, or rather over the edge, and those tones and grainy look comes for free. But you have to shoot Jpeg and in high-contrast mode, and then it comes right out in your hands.
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    Re: GRD4 Street Images

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    "Squared Canvas"

    Keith

    Ya know I go back & forth thru this thread and this image just keeps jumping out and screaming....

    This photo is a definition of street photography.......
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    Re: GRD4 Street Images

    Well, no streets here either,
    but I promise.....



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    promise to find a train for the central main station of Copenhagen soon



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    (straight out of camera both)
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    Good definition of street.....

    If you step outside of your house, apt etc.... It's street...

    If you stay inside...it's street.

    Street is life, nothing more...nothing less.

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    Thorkil,

    Looks to me like you are doing the stills for the latest series of Forbrydelsen

    Cheers,

    Gandolfi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    Thorkil,

    Looks to me like you are doing the stills for the latest series of Forbrydelsen

    Cheers,

    Gandolfi.

    Yes, I would have liked to, while Sarah just is so cute and nice, allthough way too criminal-oriented. But I've heard that you english got a instruction video over there on how to be best prepared to Forbrydelsen ("The Crime" I guess), wearing danish sweaters, drinking Tuborg Christmas beer, and some simple danish words too including swearing. So very soon we can all do this here in danish (then I could really speed up in my writing)
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    Speaking of danish films, then A Royal Affair, in real life, started here on this bridge in 1770. You all have to see it! (me too)
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    Thorkil, this may seem odd but trust me, it's not. This series you have going on reminds me a lot of Harry Callahan's work. Not the Clint guy but the real Callahan. Him and a shooter named Aaron Siskind did similar work like this.. high contrast...snow etc.
    Just an observation......
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    Thank you very much Don(!!), it’s very much appreciated, sometimes you just need that kind of words to prevent stopping, (even though, after googling (didn’t know them at all) Harry Callahan’s and Aaron Siskind’s works, its rather unfair to these two skilled gentleman’s(!)).
    For me it’s a sort of highly humorfilled occupation to stay in jpeg and pressing buttoms on that little camera on location, until the result in hasty glimpse looks, looks sort of okay, and then the tiny quit click, instead of pushing sliders in programs in endless sessions at home and all the other things those programs are able to do(and which I havn’t found out about yet, and perhaps never will, even in C1). It’s the combination of well thought out bottoms and very well-thought out menu’s that seems to make things almost as primitive as the M6, and therefore, in my head, a really possibility to use (but it obviously can do even more than the M6). And so it’s sort of, functioning, and feels like, for the first time in decades, that I’m able to get a camera to do almost what I want/dream about. So it’s like taking control (in the friendly manner) instead of being controlled (and therefore mentally and physically restricted).
    In my head this is very very important. A simple (but also immense, in the quit way) sort of freedom falling right down in your hands (and feels almost for free too, to pick up).
    Another thing is the shear size, I felt I had a lot of things I should live up to, with the D800E(but it failed or I failed). Now it’s quit opposite. Now it’s under-ambitious, a sort of no-nothing, so a sort of nothing can go wrong. One look like an idiotic tourist with underrated gear(and no burdens in your head, perhaps like a silly boy that has grown up), so the worst thing that can happen, is that you come home with silly tourist pictures. And that’s a relief. A relief to let the heavy ambitions fly away. Bye, bye. You start at ground zero, and from that point things can only move forward, and perhaps you will be lucky, perhaps not, and so what, if not, you can pull your shoulders, just saying….nothing (and, as things seems to be organized between my ears, this means a lot, it means almost everything).
    By the way, have to disappoint you, its not snow, just normal autum-leaves, but, you know, I had to burn them out too. But it was in full afternoon-light yesterday, therefore no high iso, no ultra-slow speed, no grainy, dizzy, sleepy, floating look that you get in the twilight. Hope it(/I) will be able to do normal pictures in Copenhagen(don’t expect anything, Don!!).
    By the way Don, if a GRD V will be able to run up to 6400 iso or even more, then one cannot do those sleepy pictures from the see, anymore, because then you can’t find the edge of the sensor, because it’s at the edge where the sensor is about stopping catching any more, that those things seems to be happening. So in that way the 4’one is a gift.
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    Re: GRD4 Street Images

    Forget the GRD5. It doesn't exist and if it does, it's not time yet.
    The GRD4 does more then most shooters will ever need. It allows for intent without intrusion on the process. It is not a P&S but a serious camera that lets you set up and use it as easy as a P&S. The M9 is more a P&S, right. Set iso 400....set 1/125 f11...point and shoot...
    Don't believe it.....

    If you had LR4 I would send you some mojo presets that would rock the world of anyone viewing your work.
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    just before bed-time in Denmark. No I do not have Lightroom, Don, and somehow I dare not try to find out about it, yet. Or to be frank, I downloaded a trial some time ago, I tried for half an hour or a bit more to see if I could find out (I know it sounds idiotic, but I was also one of the last one who skipped WordPerfect). But I could find out of almost anything. C1 seems primitive and straight ahead If you havn't got to many ambitions. I can do nothing of that sort of things Guy and Jack do.
    I thank you for your offer Don, but perhaps later on, I'm not able right now.
    And I'm also caught of that silly idea to try to do almost no pp. and just prepar the camera before shooting. And I guess you are right, its sort of complicated in a very uncomplicated way, and you dont feel at all its complicated.
    I must try, have to, to do Copenhagen at first with just camera settings and perhaps just some primitive adjusting in C1 (just to feel confident), while its another situation, while you have to shoot instantly. But I will try if I can get anything well out of it.
    Later on I might get the mental ressource together to learn a little about Lightroom....
    Best
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    (the bridge was also with absolutely no pp., it seems to say a lot of the capacity of our little camera, I think)
    (so I hope its okay to keep your offer for a while
    (pps. sleep well to the Russian&Philadelphians)

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    Re: GRD4 Street Images

    1/2 sec. handheld, no pp.



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    1 sec. handheld, no pp.



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    Re: GRD4 Street Images

    Sea bath

    1 sec. handheld, no pp.





    Moon over Copenhagen

    1,6 sec. handheld, no pp.




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    These look very interesting. You'll keep more friends around here if ya don't advertise handheld @ 1sec.... That's illegal shooting procedures for the elders like meself....

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    ...or it might (hopefully) start a trend for handshaken pictures (I'm also grown up too..but try to keep the breath....60 i guess). Several pictures had strangely the same segull hanging over the sea bath.....a handshaken star I found out....
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    #3 & 4 are killer images.
    You are adjusting to the visual stimulating freedom that the GRD affords. Alas, another camera I can't buy used.....

    ps
    The last photo is amazing also.
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    Thank you very much Don! Yes, it just provides a freedom I have never experienced before, I think. And one is so easy and friendly connected with it. (only next week will I hit the streets of Copenhagen, while I have to prepare a (in danish called a round..) Birthday and so).
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    Freedom alas..... I wish Ricoh could update the firmware in my wife's brain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    Thorkil, this may seem odd but trust me, it's not. This series you have going on reminds me a lot of Harry Callahan's work. Not the Clint guy but the real Callahan. Him and a shooter named Aaron Siskind did similar work like this.. high contrast...snow etc.
    Just an observation......
    don
    LOL! This needs to stop.

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    Re: GRD4 Street Images

    praytell why?

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    Thorkil,
    I especially like the last one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    Freedom alas..... I wish Ricoh could update the firmware in my wife's brain.
    Don, to feel freedom you also have to feel the opposite. And finally you have found something to argue about, which is important, why else you won’t die from age but from boredom, and that’s by far the most unpleasant way. And finally it’s better to be called back than to be thrown out….
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    Hi
    Sometimes you are getting aware of just being a sort witness in life floating by in its crushing, but even though, soft in its own inevitable way. Can be especially strange while looking over the shoulder.
    Well, haven’t really been out for over a hole week or more, while the tiny layer of snow has been the excuse and making this warm-cave-staying-feel growing.
    But yesterday the boots was crying, the soles were grumbling that they wanted to feel the snow, and some of the pure one.
    And suddenly the sun was starting its annoying disappearance-schedule, so I had to grab that tiny friend (the GRD you know), before the twilight zone would be closing its narrow gab, so just a straight jump in the open boots, feverishly grabbing around in the pocket for the car keys, slamming the door (and off course forgot my readingglasses…).
    But while, right now, the snow and wind is howling around the corners, the snow layer is getting thicker and thicker on the up lights, and its getting darker and darker in the room, I just have to prevent a fatal attack of boredom, by uploading something from yesterday, too many and too much, I know, so I have just to ask for forgiveness.
    But same sort, totally avoiding post processing, for the time beeing. And therefore it’s just Jpegs to obey my fingertips, pushing in a sort of slurred blindness..
    No more words (well….that feeling, I just have to tell, walking while the twilight and darkness softly surround you, feeling and hearing the snow under the soles, in a sort of total loneliness, while the frozen fogs arises around you from the snow, only distracted from shadows and the sound from a pair of deer’s between the trees, when they are jumping those funny parallel jumps just some 5-10 meter away from you, in the total darkness, (that’s why they have those big eyes I guess))
    First 1/200-1/20, rest 1 sec. “genuine handshaken”.
    All 3200 iso.

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    Re: GRD4 Street Images

    I like all of the photos. I don't like the snow but the photos are nice.....

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    Re: GRD4 Street Images

    Thanks Don. Yes snow is at its best when left alone out in the landscape, where it belongs
    Thorkil
    (PS. you seems to be doing very well with a Fuji X10 too...and from your latest goodies, I specially likes the woman-legs(some elegant movements!, light and cutting! special!), the statue(!), the train-man(one can feel how he feels), the phone-woman, the oh-my-wife-is-calling-me-again-one and the stairs.......)
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    Re: GRD4 Street Images

    Thanks.... The X10 is an interesting camera. The main issue I have is the files but shooting Jpeg at M size with a DR400 gives amazing results. Even at ISO 3200, there's almost no noise and what little there is...is fine. It won't replace my GRD4 but it surely will get along with it.

    Raw is still not a viable option....

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    Okay...DR400??
    The GRD4 will be my companion for a longer period I guess. Have to explore it and be patient. It makes me do things I've never done digital before. But normal and streets have to be investigated too.
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