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    It is great Matthew that you liked the Gradient Map conversion in Photoshop. Simple, yet very effective.

    Here another from the GX200, though I have had hardly any time to photograph lately.

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    Another one from the GX200 and edited in Lightroom.

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    Some more with the GX200 and edited in Photoshop.





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    A Brilliant Set....
    the Noise adds a Charm to your Wife & Son's Relaxed Mood
    2nd Shot is Beautiful for combining Textures, Tones & Window light
    3rd is OUTSTANDING ...a Mysterious Collage of Portrait, Hand & Cityscape

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    The last one, Wouter, is great.
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    Wouter. I'm just waiting for the day when I'll be able to say : "that second one doesn't quite work for me". I really love the one with the wire, and the last one is also awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sizifo View Post
    Wouter. I'm just waiting for the day when I'll be able to say : "that second one doesn't quite work for me". I really love the one with the wire, and the last one is also awesome.
    Thank you Sizifo.

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    Hi all,

    Don - you should hopefully receive the raw file today, with any luck :-)

    Got back from (amazingly) sunny Norfolk thought the wind coming off the North Sea was anything but warm :-)

    I took a few pics. Here are some below. Hope you enjoy them. Critique always welcome! :-)

    Wouter great new set of b&w's as usual! I have not tried converting these yet, but find that gradiant map works perfectly on pics I have tried (and I've set it up as an action now so saves a lot of time), many thanks again for that tip! (these are colour as my parents wanted to see them and my dad does not like b&w much...).

    A tulip in the garden -


    A Ewe having its feet clipped.


    Wet leaves on garden plant


    inside an old shed -


    Sheep :-)


    reflection some water -


    view across fields to church
    Last edited by totallynatural; 19th April 2009 at 08:00. Reason: update

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    Matthew, Like the Gang of sheep -wouldnt like to meet them in a dark street!
    Reflection is very nice too.

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    A couple shots of my son with the GX100. Edited in Lightroom.

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    Nice pix Airtimid. I've not tried that sort of shot yet, or rather what have tried didnt work so I have not worried too much about stopping the action. Did you use snap focus?

    some of my Latest efforts:-
    Milano Metro

    She just danced into the picture

    This Politician kept on posing and I had to struggle to get a pic without him posing- But even here he is showing "Clean Hands" ,Antonio Di Pietro.

    Futurism

    Milano Duomo Ricoh GX100 with the Nikon wce68 converter


    rest of the set is here:-
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/polloba...7617352213230/

    All CC most welcome and sought!

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    Thanks. I did use snap focus and fill flash.

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    Hi all, here my first post in this community. Hope theyr good enough for these vast collection of masterpieces...starting with GX100.

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    followed by some with GX200:

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    What a great entry busch and welcome at GetDPI. Which of both cameras do you prefer? I have been able to use both cameras too, still have the GX200. While I like the increased speed of the GX200, I still really prefer the quality of the photographs of the GX100.

    Have been photographing mostly with the Sigma DP1 now, but here still some photographs with the GX200.

    Paul, good series from Milano.








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    Quote Originally Posted by wbrandsma View Post
    What a great entry busch and welcome at GetDPI. Which of both cameras do you prefer?
    Thanks Wouder, I prefer the GX200 because Id lent the GX100 for 2 weeks only....and during to get the money for it, I could buy the GX200 cheap.

    Quote Originally Posted by wbrandsma View Post
    Have been photographing mostly with the Sigma DP1 now, but here still some photographs with the GX200.
    Me 2. I just got the DP1 as well and have to learn the usage with SPP. I miss at the DP1 the "swissarmy knife" usage from the GX200.
    But the DP1 is very unique and so I have to reduce my expectations to their limited possibilities. But if everything is quite well, so you will get great results.

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    I will also present some bw shots (all out of jpegs, because I dont have a clue to work with raws well):
    #1 GX200 with Nikon WC-E68 Converter
    Last edited by busch63; 11th May 2011 at 12:25.

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    Very nice photo of the lobby busch....love the tonality.

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    I really like the street photo with the shadows Burkhard. Absolutely great.

    And John, welcome to the party. Great to see you here too.

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    Wow theres some great photos here from you all! Busch you are also using the wce68.
    Did you make many modifications to the lens or HA-2? I trimmed the HA-2 by 3 or 4 mm.
    Glad you like the Milano shots Wouter.
    I have changed jobs and now work in a area with plenty of green . A very pretty walk
    refreshes after a few hours in the office ! All with my gx100. The macro works well even
    hand held.







    all the best and welcome to you new guys!

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    Because of the fast Focusspeed and the great macro mode I like to show some spontanously made photos from March this year. All out of jpeg, scaled with gimp no further postprocessing:
    Last edited by busch63; 11th May 2011 at 12:25.

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    Thanks Wouter, there is an amazing array of talent here...I've been lurking for awhile and I like what I see.



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    Nice Macros Busch63. the little ricoh is great at this, even without using a tripod
    you can get an enjoyable photo. This is one of a flower about 5mm across.
    I havent cropped at all because I rather like the green around it.


    In fact I am putting off obtaining an Oly e 620 due to the Ricoh being so handy to use.
    I May wait for the GX300 and forget about a dslr... In any case this summer will be GX100 and my old faithful Oly c5050z.
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    Wow this forum is getting dominated by DP2 and DP1- great pix from a great camera, I still have the GX100 and am still very happy with , as well as my
    Olyc5050z.
    Today found some poppies near to Bergamo airport so out came the GX100. Raw ran through rawtherapee and a little cropping.




    I'm very happy with the second, can even see the hairy stem of the poppy.

    As always all CC most welcome

    paul

    PS I'm thinking that a DP2 or the new OLY micro 4/3 with 25mm lens
    could be the next cameras for me. Hope Ricoh put something similar out soon.
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    Just to say how great some of these recent images have been in this thread! The statue of liberty in the 1 sign is fun!

    may even have to prize my GX100 away from my son for a while and use it again. Make a change from the DP1.

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    A couple taken using an Olympus FL50 flash. Pointed straight up and away, the light
    was cut down quite well this way.Otherwise it justburns out everything.
    Cactus flower on my balcony. Light bounced off the balcony over mine.




    Glad youre liking the pix on this thread Will, Wouters and all the others Pix are all grand.
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    Great pics pollobarca.
    Today some flowers from Denmark...

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    A Ricoh 500G captured in macro mode with the GX200. Inspired by the great macro photographs here.


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    Busch, thanks and those Danish flowers are lovely.
    Wouter, Nice Macro there. Nice old Ricoh too
    I've been using my c5050z and the Ricoh gx100 alternately. Got loads of pix to work through! But I've been going round Bergamo town ( for work) with someone who knows the place well. I will be taking a photo trip there again soon. If ever you fly in to Bergamo take time to do the city before going to Milan or where ever.
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    This is it!! my first images taken with new GX200 my apologises for using jpg, raw will follow later, still experimenting with camera settings would like to get a more dramatic B/W look if you have any suggestions to this most welcome.

    Pics proved to large (average 3mb in windows) to download on this forum if you wish to view them here...http://www.flickr.com/photos/seaton_carew/

    I use a pseudonym in Flickr.

    Next step is to figure out how to resize for posting here.

    Derek.

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    Derek,

    to paste an image without resizineg etc just go to " all sizes "on your Flickr
    pic , then copy and insert the pics URL (grab this photos URL),
    Then click on the little mountain
    - insert image-
    on the "reply to thread" on the DPI forum


    This is a pic from flickr , large size with my GX100. Cesano Maderno Lombardy
    I see you live Dorset way, my sister lives in Verwood and a friend has bought a cottage in Swanage. Great part of the world!
    Wouter's photos will be the ones for BW conversion ideas/tips. An artist!
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    Thank you pollobarca,
    Let's se if this works. Woo-Hoo.
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    What a surprise next post will make pics large, pleased first time ever done this.
    Derek.

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    Derek,
    like the colour pic of the gormless characters. Wonder what a person with Gorm looks like? The Roundabout sculptures are interesting. I've been thinking about photographing
    the new roundabouts round Milan province. There are some strange ones. Even Yamaha
    motorbikes have down a very tasteful one in front of their factory. I'll get on my bike next week and start.
    The BnW looks good, Did you take it straight from the camera or work on the pix?
    Like the way the cloud reflections seem to be a continuation. Perhaps I should convert this to BnW too.


    b rgds

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    Paul.
    The B/W straight out of camera just a little cropping. The gormless heads on a wall in the local Orange shop, a little basic colour enhancing (elements 6).

    shooting Jpg fine, still to try raw.

    Having trouble down loading the latest S/wear upgrade to camera the camera will not recognize the new V1.20.from the Sd card. will keep trying.

    Thanks for your help.

    Derek.
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    Just a few more. Open to comment good or bad it will help me improve.
    Flickr large 1024-781 are to big to upload for this forum ?.
    Last edited by D upton-Hackett.; 3rd April 2010 at 06:11.

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    I like the real-colors-like images - like this one:

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    GX-200

    A couple of pictures of Venice

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    Beautiful, radiant shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Beautiful, radiant shots!
    Thanks otomay - my processing skills have improved since I originally took these images, so I am redoing a lot of them

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    Some excellent work here. I just ordered a Sea and Sea underwater rig which is actually a GX100 and am looking forward to using it on land as well. I loved my Ricoh GRD I & II but have pretty much reverted to film for all my compact shooting (now using the original GR). Seems like the GX100 is a close kin to the GRD.

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