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    A couple of shots taken today at a local street festival. CV 25mm f/4 p Skopar on the GXR-M.



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    Beautiful Carl - are you pleased with it?

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    Beautiful Carl - are you pleased with it?

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    Thank you Keith. I like the image quality of the GXR-M files and the fine detail resolution in particular. I'm not that pleased with the EVF, but I've also been using a NEX-5N with a very nice OLED EVF. The Ricoh VF-2 is adequate, but just not as nice to use as the one for the NEX.
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    Communicating #58


    Ricoh GXR + A12 Camera Mount + Nokton 40mm f/1.4
    ISO 200 @ f/2 @ 1/190 second

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    Wow! #58 of a series on communicating where the ostensible subjects aren't! Advancing years are indeed capable of producing a contentment in which one can be quiet with another for a long time, but the body language here doesn't strike me as being that sort of thing.

    Then there's the chair, off center, in the way...but IN focus. Why? If the photo is read as a single plane, the chair is also in between the two people. To me, it shows how clearly things used to be seen, and thought about, and shared and articulated by at least one of them. Which one has the problem? Could be either, but the woman and the chair do make a unit of sorts so, if it's something (God forbid!) like Alzheimer's, I think the picture says that she's the one who has it.

    Could be the other way around, though, and she's just inured to spending her time taking care of him and is just waiting for him to finish his ice cream treat so she can take him by the hand and gently lead him home.

    And, of course, each person's faculties could still be perfectly intact. It could just be that they've let themselves develop separate, parallel lives and no longer have anything to say, or to hear, from each other. They've gotten used to not communicating...

    Very sad, in any case. And even if none of these cases are so for this particular couple, each of these possibilities is all too common amid the general public, isn't it?

    Hopefully, OTOH, she was just thinking of something nice, he finished his dish, they got up and walked over and talked intelligently with Godfrey about street photography and its application at home by great grandparents until their latest generation of twins ~ the full blown joys of their lives ~ came back from soccer practice, played around the chair together and resumed their rightful place as the current focal point of the couple's vigorously loving lives!

    (Which may help to explain why I don't post quite so often around here as I might...)

    Good job, Godfrey ~ I'm enjoying your work and your insights!

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    As a famous rock star once sang "Every picture tells a story"

    Or maybe, stories. It would be interesting to hear Godfrey's story, now that he has had time to digest that moment.

    Very interesting . . . .

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    This one was taken at ISO 3200 with a very old Fed 50mm f3.5 collapsible lens.

    f 8, 1/100s, ISO3200

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    As a famous rock star once sang "Every picture tells a story"

    Or maybe, stories. It would be interesting to hear Godfrey's story, now that he has had time to digest that moment.

    Very interesting . . . .
    Thanks for commenting, both of you.

    I don't have a definitive response to Irenaeus' interpretations of the scene ... to say what I know the scene portrays is a little too literal for my thinking. I'm very happy to see it spark so much figurative story telling although it's a little disturbing that all the scenarios you chose to ponder seemed sad to you.

    I write about this series in my journal almost daily, but what I've written is not yet ready to publish. Just like the series itself is still a work in progress. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    This one was taken at ISO 3200 with a very old Fed 50mm f3.5 collapsible lens.

    f 8, 1/100s, ISO3200

    Some serious "POP!" in this one, Keith! Some of those old lenses don't do badly ... :-)

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    Olive Tree & Window


    Ricoh GXR + A12 Camera Mount + CV Ultron 28mm f/2
    ISO 617 @ f/4.5 @ 1/60 second

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Thanks for commenting, both of you.

    I don't have a definitive response to Irenaeus' interpretations of the scene ... to say what I know the scene portrays is a little too literal for my thinking. I'm very happy to see it spark so much figurative story telling although it's a little disturbing that all the scenarios you chose to ponder seemed sad to you.

    I write about this series in my journal almost daily, but what I've written is not yet ready to publish. Just like the series itself is still a work in progress. :-)
    Thanks right back at each of you for your comments on my own.

    "I don't have a definitive response to Irenaeus' interpretations of the scene...."

    1. W. B. Yeats once refused to comment on what a poem of his meant because he didn't want to restrict its meaning. And, of course, "what it really means" has to do with the poem as poem, not as some prose semi-equivalent of it, or there'd have been no point in making the poem at all.

    Similarly, what Godfrey's photo "means" can't be fully put into prose, either, or there'd be no point in making the picture.

    So I know it's a visual offering, but it also has a title, it's part of a series about communicating. I was thinking aloud about how those two might fit together is all, and not to be taken too seriously, perhaps.

    "although it's a little disturbing that all the scenarios you chose to ponder seemed sad to you."

    2. The first ones did seem sad to me, because I see them as tragic, but the last scenario (though a little tongue in cheek) is a sheer delight!

    Cheers,

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    Re: Ricoh GXR - Show your images

    GXR M-Mount, CV 40mm/1.4

    1/160s/f8/ISO 200

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    GXR M-Mount, CV 40mm/1.4

    1/160s/f8/ISO 200

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    Lovely scene Keith. The 40 Nokton is a very nice little lens.
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    Thank you Carl - we're having some lovely fall weather here so we took the opportunity to go to Niagara.

    This one is also using the CV 40

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    Just got the GXR with the S10 24-72mm Zoom (nice point-n-shoot lens; no A12 Mounts available except in HK). Ashwin led me down this path. So far, mostly used to photograph gear that i'm selling. MacBook Pro keyboard:

    GXR; 1/25s @ f/2.5; ISO 400


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    Welcome Matt and Ashwin. Which lens Ashwin?

    Seems like Ricoh misjudged the numbers of the m-mount they would sell, given the reports of people waiting for them.

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    Keith,

    Thanks. I think they did! I'm weeding my kit down to a GXR, NEX 5N, NEX 7 (preordered), M9-P, & M7. All a little different and all can use M-Mount lenses. Also, all of it can fit in a smallish bag.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Re: Ricoh GXR - Show your images

    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Welcome Matt and Ashwin. Which lens Ashwin?

    Seems like Ricoh misjudged the numbers of the m-mount they would sell, given the reports of people waiting for them.

    Keith
    Yeah, right Keith.
    Still waiting. Looks like the A12 M mounts vanished after the first bunch.
    Got the EVf from HongKong here. Best price I could find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Welcome Matt and Ashwin. Which lens Ashwin?

    Seems like Ricoh misjudged the numbers of the m-mount they would sell, given the reports of people waiting for them.

    Keith
    Thanks, Keith! I am very much enjoying the GXR. These particular captures came from the 50 mm equiv A12. I very much like the look of the A12 28 and 50 mm equiv lenses, but have mostly fallen in love with the M mount module, which has gotten a great work out since I purchased it.
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    Portadown Station - Northern Ireland 2011
    Ricoh GXR-M + CV Nokton 40mm f/1.4

    Processed on the iPad 2 with Snapseed.

    Thanks for looking, comments always appreciated.

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    I like that one, Godfrey. Very nice mood and composition.

    Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    I like that one, Godfrey. Very nice mood and composition.

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    +1 Very nice processing.
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    Nice shots Ashwin and Matt. Sounds like a super M kit you are building Matt.
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    A little Indian Summer weather. We have had an amazing stretch of balmy, summer like weather coinciding with near peak foliage color (although a bit dull this year). Richoh GXR with CV 50mm f/1.5 Nokton, details in exif.

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    Well, you guys got me into something I never planned. I love it but never saw it coming.

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    Portrait - Ballaugh 2011
    Ricoh GXR-M + Skink pinhole f/217

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    Welcome Streetshooter!

    Don, I wondered when you would make your way over here with some images - I've been following your start-up story with the GXR and am glad you like it. There's lots of good green stuff in this thread but not so much street black and white (except for Godfrey) Let's see more but don't spread yourself too thin
    As you don't have the m-mount (yet) it would be good to see you give us a gentle pull away toward the Ricoh glass. I'm going to go back to the P10 this weekend (I think . . . maybe the 28 . . . and I'm doing square black and white)

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    Godfrey - I like the direction you are pushing with the last two pictures

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    Thanks Keith! Here's from yesterday:


    Chimney - Ramsey 2011
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    thanks for looking! comments always appreciated.

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    Keith,
    Thanks.... I just feel that I want to stay as compact as possible. The M lenses as small as they are just are bigger than the A12 units. I now have 2 bodies and am starting to do events with just the GXR kit.
    It's a great camera and the lenses, well the A12 lenses are wonderful. I also have the S10 but I'm not in even like with it. It reminds me of my old GX200.
    Anyway, I'll do my part but truthfully, Godfrey is real bad for my wallet....
    The ST-3 strap is great.....You all get my adrenaline going but Godfrey puts me over the edge.... I have to stop reading his blog....!

    I'll be around....and Keith, just so you know... I may be admin over there but this is my favorite site on the web...
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    Kissack - Port Erin 2011
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    A Couple of Still Lifes


    Ricoh GXR-M + Leitz Elmar 5.0cm
    
ISO 2500 @ f/6.3 @ 1/25



    Ricoh GXR-M + Leitz Elmar 5.0cm
    
ISO 2500 @ f/6.3 @ 1/45

    Made these with a borrowed 1932-1934 Leitz 50mm lens. It demonstrates the imaging possible with these uncoated lenses from the distant past.

    Thanks for looking. Comments always appreciated!

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    Godfrey,

    I really like the "character" of these photos. I cannot express it any other way. I wonder what the market value is today of such a lens? ( if you can even find them )

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    Godfrey, the last 2 have that early Kertesz quality. There's a softness in the tonal seperation that modern lenses forget about.

    You make it hard for me to maintain my resistance about the M unit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbodine9 View Post
    Godfrey,

    I really like the "character" of these photos. I cannot express it any other way. I wonder what the market value is today of such a lens? ( if you can even find them )
    You can find them - at quite good prices. Also worth trying a few of the older Russian copies such as the collapsible Fed 50/3.5 (see Fedka.com)

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    Thank you!

    I think Paul said the Elmar 50mm was around 140 or something like. It had been serviced shortly before he obtained it and so is in quite clean and nice condition. I don't know how widely available they are, of course.

    The imaging qualities are indeed quite lovely. Modern lenses are much higher resolution and have better micro-contrast, and you can get beautiful results out of them too, but these uncoated lenses have an unmistakeable feel of their own.

    It's all good. I'll wear your resistance down yet, Don. ;-)

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    Don, I'm seriously considering two bodies, one for dedicated m-mount (I think Godfrey said he was leaning this way too). I've also got m42 and canon F adapters to Leica m so I can try a few small (and big) zooms. So the GXR is becoming an all around kit for me. I quite enjoy manual focusing. I like the P10 and S10 as well - I've got some of my best stuff from them.

    Godfrey the presentation of the train has the same appeal to me as the Nash Metropolitan that you did. The black and white images have that quality of timelessness about them. The 24MP pixel peepers should take a good look at them.

    This one should not be pixel peeped either. Taken with the CV 35mm 2.8

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    Keith, I am living with 2 bodies already.
    I guess the M mount is getting to me as all youse here are getting my M lenses riled up.
    I'd like to hold off but resistance seems a futile exercise.
    Don

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    Nice one, Keith!


    Bicyclist On Jurby Road - Sandygate 2011
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    Thanks for looking!

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    Yes, I'll likely add another body at some point. I've got enough money and equipment into this system to want to depend upon it now, so spares does become a consideration.

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    Nice image Godfrey.
    The shape of the foreground against the background and the rider offset..
    That's the ticket....

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    Keith, I didn't even see that last one... I really must get on the computer....and off the iphoney...it's a nice image. The tones are beautiful.

    one from today...the season is changing here in Philly...

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    Our Indian Summer is over . . . .

    GXR with S10

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    GXR with S10 zoom

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    Great stuff Keith. This camera is bringing out the best in you.

    How do you find the S10?
    My messing around leaves me not thrilled.
    Any tips with it appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    Great stuff Keith. This camera is bringing out the best in you.

    How do you find the S10?
    My messing around leaves me not thrilled.
    Any tips with it appreciated.
    Don

    Thanks Don.

    I've done much more with the P10 but I like them both. I have the GRD2 and the GX200 but I think the IQ from the P10 and S10 better. The DNG files need a good workover in Lightroom but stand up to it well. The speed of the zooming would be a liability for your kind of street stuff, but it should be ok if you've got set it to step zoom. For my kind of urban landscape stuff the two zooms work well. It's funny, there are people who report loving the P10 especially, but others who say they haven't tried it even though they have it. It's as good as the Canon G11 that's for sure.

    I prefer the combo of the GXR with small zoom to the GR and GX - better to hold and easier to use.

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    Right around this area of Toronto there is a lot of "urban chaos"

    GXR with S10

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    GXR/M Mount

    I maintain that the Ricoh GXR is no slouch, despite is 1 MP EVF and crapola buffer for single shot capture....Truth be told, I adore the images coming from this lens/sensor combo. All shots here with either the 135 APO-Telyt (eff 200 mm) and the Zeiss Sonnar 50 mm f/1.5 (eff 75 mm)

    UW's starting QB - Keith Price (outstanding QB, by the way)
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    UW's backup QB: Nick Montana (Joe's son)
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    Swarming Defense, lead by Cort Dennison:
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    The Running Game, lead by Chris Polk
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    Colorado's kicker...
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    Cant forget about the refs
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    A bit blurry, but the cheer gals were up up and away...


    Band was out too:


    Sorry about the cross polination with the other thread....but wanted to share in case some of you don't head there
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    Re: Ricoh GXR - Show your images

    GXR/A12 50mm

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