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    Re: Fun with the Ricoh GR III

    [QUOTE=lightnmagic;807539]is the second image with the same cam.Colors look so different .Maybe processed it differently ?



    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    The Ricoh GRIII - the landscape camera I like to carry with me when I don't want to carry a landscape camera...



    After importing and cropping I took both images into Nik ColorEffex where I have a recipe I created and used it with both. I think the variation may be due to the cloud cover over the sun which was behind and which changed between both shots. I hope that helps.

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    Re: Fun with the Ricoh GR III

    GR III fun





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    Bee on winter flowering honeysuckle - the weather in the UK continues to be unusual for the season. This plant was full of bees, all covered with pollen and with big nectar baskets on their legs. Very pleasing to see, given the issues with the falling size of the bee population. GRIII in macro mode.

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    Re: Fun with the Ricoh GR III

    Quote Originally Posted by Adam L View Post
    Is anyone using the highlight-weighted metering mode? I haven't been able to determine when to switch to this setting. For me it's been hit or miss, with mostly miss shots. I'd love to see some examples of images that work well with this setting.
    In this review there are some nice examples of the highlight-weighted metering mode. Look for the images with very black shadows. I think you should use it when there is a lot of sunlight and shadows involved especially in streetscenes.
    https://petapixel.com/2019/11/15/ric...live-the-king/

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