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    My favorite shop in Kadikoy/Istanbul. They have everything, including the best cheese and olives.

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    Thanks Derek, s.agar.

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    GRD2

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    Hullo everybody,
    Some lovely pictures from everyone on this forum, I especially like the second seagulls shot
    from Otumay. Bit risky taking that, a load from a gull on your camera, otumay, would not be
    so good! Lovely picture.
    I've been inactive for a few days. Too cold for picture taking?
    Yesterday went out looking for pressies and found a nice graffitti back of the cemetery in Giussano.

    I wanted to picture it in its context, including the tree. Its not a simple graffitti but
    nice gentle irony too. Well i think so!

    all the best

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    Paul, a very striking graffiti and a good composition.
    As for 'presents' from our avian friends, I find myself particularly fortunate in attracting guano from them, not on my photo gear luckily.
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    New Korean restaurant we tried today. Specializes in variations of oxtail soup. Excellent flavor, and reasonably priced!



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    I was a friends Christmas Concert today and took a few photos just to practice a bit. Under these conditions I found the G11 performed as good as the actors ;-)

    Not much PP except sharpening and custom WB adjusting. Cropped off a small amount off the sides and top.

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    Just bought a GRDIII...


    Waiting for the Deli man to stop staring out the window




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    From a new project I am working on- "Dream City"

    I am using two different cameras for this series, a Lumix L1 and a Ricoh GRDII. These images were shot with the Ricoh.







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    Wonderful photos Rick, especially the last. Looks like a good idea for a project. Private one I assume, or are you lucky enough to get commissioned?

    Here's one from Portobello Road London. GRDII color.


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    GRDIII in the snow







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    Quote Originally Posted by sizifo View Post
    Here's one from Portobello Road London. GRDII color.
    Very masterful shot and pp!
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    New buildings near Covent Garden
    GRD2


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    Quote Originally Posted by Will View Post
    New buildings near Covent Garden
    GRD2

    Brilliant in all senses!
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    Thanks Osman, the light was so beautiful.

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    Will, I like the colours, the composition and you use of the tree to contain the buildings.
    Cracker Photo!

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    That is terrific Will, like Paul love those colours.

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    So many amazing photos in this thread!

    From time to time, I borrow my better half's G10 just for fun. I always have to remember to set it back to the green box mode when I'm done though...

    Here is a little "accident" that has ended up being one of my all-time favorite photos. See if you can guess what it is.


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    Nice accident tokengirl! looks like someone taking a jumper off.
    Shirokuro, great angle , and the BnW works so well . Exposure and the focus are superb.
    Even in Japan people fix their cars on the road! In Italy you cant even wash the car in the road without being fined.

    All the best

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    Yes, socialists are pretty much just like other thinking people, more sensitive to the plight of the underdog though. I think all the shots on this page are excellent. I have taken some pretty good pictures that I took with my Konica Minolta DiMage A2 and A200, but I am too shy right now to share them. Neither even approaches the pq of the Sigma. I think it goes to prove that it is the photographer not the camera (within reason) that determines whether it is a "good" photograph or not. How is the build quality of the Sigma? Their lenses have been a disappointment for me, at least the one manual zoom I purchased in the 80s and it wasn't low cost. I've wanted to get a 70-200 zoom but neither the Tamron or the Sigma seem to be ideal as far as sharpness or quality control and build quality. I really couldn't buy one right now anyway since I have hardly any income.

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    Merry Christmas...



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    A few shots from a wetland area near my house. G11, f/4, EV -2/3 the first one is 400 ISO and the rest are 80 ISO.












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    We had snow at the start of the week. I had to sleep out Monday , it was near to impossible to get home. Snow was very fine and powdery. Tuesday freezing rain came down and started to glaze the snow.
    Some pix taken near to work tuesday , Osio Sotto near Bergamo
    Camera: Ricoh Caplio GX100
    Exposure: 0.007 sec (1/143)
    Aperture: f/3.6
    Focal Length: 5.1 mm
    ISO Speed: 100
    Exposure Bias: -0.3 EV

    Camera: Ricoh Caplio GX100
    Exposure: 0.002 sec (1/470)
    Aperture: f/3.6
    Focal Length: 5.1 mm
    ISO Speed: 100
    Exposure Bias: -0.3 EV

    Camera: Ricoh Caplio GX100
    Exposure: 0.003 sec (1/310)
    Aperture: f/3.6
    Focal Length: 5.1 mm
    ISO Speed: 100
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    rest are here:
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    GRD2 pushing levels to get the black


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    Will , great colours. I have no idea what it is though!
    Yesterday saw the Coca-Cola Tram in Milano. Very cold and windy.
    Set iso at 100, locked the exposure , braced the GX100 against a lamppost then waited for the tram to get moving. The wind wa blowing around all the hanging deco lights, which makes for the line of moving light in front of the tram.Plus I think I was shaking too....


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    This afternoon.
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    Late December sunset, Antibes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pollobarca View Post
    Will , great colours. I have no idea what it is though!
    Yesterday saw the Coca-Cola Tram in Milano. Very cold and windy.
    Set iso at 100, locked the exposure , braced the GX100 against a lamppost then waited for the tram to get moving. The wind wa blowing around all the hanging deco lights, which makes for the line of moving light in front of the tram.Plus I think I was shaking too....

    All the best

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    Excellent idea and execution, Paul!
    Best,
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    We had lots of snow here again today and I'm glad to say my daughter still knows how to enjoy it. She did land a few snowballs on her brothers but I think they won!

    Never used the flash on my GRD2 before but it was virtually dark so I gave it a try and I think it produced an interesting effect with the snow.


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    I think GRD2 has done an admirable job in capturing your daughter's hearty smile, Will. Never used mine (I mean the camera, not the smile) to that effect, but I'll give it a try.
    Thanks,
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    Will,
    great one with the flash, a simple shot that tells us all about the Snow and the fun we can have. I miss a good snow ball fight! But at 55 its not too dignified , or so I am told!

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    I really love this photo. The noise, even with the chroma, is beautiful, and the transition from the clarity in the foreground to the noise works perfectly for me, especially with the snowy feel.
    Last edited by sizifo; 7th January 2010 at 10:10.

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    Osman, Paul, Sizifo, many thanks for your comments!
    Really glad you like it.

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    Its Sale time in Italy, lots of bargains to be had. Shops open on public Holidays and Sundays. This was the evening of Epifania ( the Befana) a public holiday from fascist times that was revived as a public holiday in the '80's by Bettino Craxi...
    I went out with the Oly C5050z and the little Manfrotto Mini, using trash cans, bollards, door frames etc to steady the camera with the mini "tripod"
    Exposure: 0.067 sec (1/15)
    Aperture: f/2.6
    Focal Length: 7.1 mm
    ISO Speed: 200
    Exposure Bias: 0 EV
    Flash: Off, Did not fire


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    Some recent ones from Switzerland, Glacier Morteratsch with the g11:





    The scenery looks like this (image with M9):


    During my 2 week vacation in ther snow the g11 turned out to be a great companion to my M9. Really enjoy the g11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sizifo View Post
    Wonderful photos Rick, especially the last. Looks like a good idea for a project. Private one I assume, or are you lucky enough to get commissioned?
    Thanks for the comments. Yes, it is a private project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollobarca View Post
    Will , great colours. I have no idea what it is though!
    Yesterday saw the Coca-Cola Tram in Milano. Very cold and windy.
    Set iso at 100, locked the exposure , braced the GX100 against a lamppost then waited for the tram to get moving. The wind wa blowing around all the hanging deco lights, which makes for the line of moving light in front of the tram.Plus I think I was shaking too....


    All the best

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    Well done!

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    Thanks Terry

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    Wnderful, T_streng!

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    I didn't think I would manage to afford a skiing holiday this year, but then I didn't expect to be able to ski in the park across the road!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will View Post
    I didn't think I would manage to afford a skiing holiday this year, but then I didn't expect to be able to ski in the park across the road!

    GRD2
    And I did not expect to walk at night with just a coat on in January. What a contrast!
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    Will, nice shot from the UK. Saw a satellite pic of the UK, all white!
    Scott, nice pics - what is the camera please?

    One more from my Olympus c5050z.
    I braced the camera against some railings to hold it steady.My Tripod doesnt extend enough in height to get this one.Used a very old Olympus teleconverter ( plastic body).

    Camera: Olympus C5050Z
    Exposure: 0.5
    Aperture: f/2.3
    Focal Length: 17.6 mm
    ISO Speed: 200



    Run ORF file through Rawtherapee then PP with GIMP.

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    Thanks Paul. Pretty amazing to see the entire British Isles completely white!

    I love the colours in your image, noise and all.


    Here are a few more low light snow images. I'm getting fond of the amazing colours coming out of these. Bit of Monet thing going on.

    My tired but happy children on the way home


    The snow fight that led to my earlier post of my daughter.


    One from the next evening whilst I was cross country skiing

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    Will lovely pictures - Ski-ing in England!!!
    The pic of the kids going home could nearly be a Christmas card if the building could be
    something else, Hep! thats the scene you have and its lovely. Colours and the lights too are marvellous.
    Thanks-glad you like the last pic I put up. I dont like noise removal software and to be honest I dont think it would improve. The Teleconverter lens ( a very old Olympus with plastic body, made for film cameras) is not so clever with the C5050z. I will be working on this last pic again though.
    b rgds

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    [QUOTE=pollobarca;173431]
    Scott, nice pics - what is the camera please?

    Paul,

    Thanks, they were taken with the GRDIII, which is quickly becoming my favorite camera.

    Here are a couple more:






    If anyone ever wants to enjoy an ice cream with their hookah, or perhaps just eat some popcorn and a snow ball while watching belly dancing, this place is highly recommended!

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    Yesterday's post from my daily blog. Shot with my iPhone. This is the only technically good shot that I've ever gotten with it.


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    grdiii






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    Scott,
    Hookah Bar in little Italy- with Belly dancing. Sounds like a wholesome place!
    like these 2 pics , especially the counter shot.

    Ken, I like the first shot , mainly because I think she would be happy with the picture , i like the paving and her stockings , the movement which is enhanced by the diagonal white line behind her. The other 2 no. The composition of the last one is nice with a diagonal line through the heads. But the ladies are not looking their best .
    Back to my ricoh GX100 for some night shots. Manfrotto Mini attached to the camera. Seregno Via Garibaldi:
    Camera: Ricoh Caplio GX100
    Exposure: 0.6
    Aperture: f/5.5
    Focal Length: 8.3 mm
    ISO Speed: 100
    Exposure Bias: 0 EV

    Camera: Ricoh Caplio GX100
    Exposure: 0.6
    Aperture: f/4.7
    Focal Length: 5.5 mm
    ISO Speed: 100
    Exposure Bias: 0 EV



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