GRD3 Shots

Discussion in 'Ricoh Forum' started by lucpher, Dec 5, 2011.

  1. lucpher

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  2. bilzmale

    bilzmale Super Moderator Emeritus S.C. Charter Member Subscribing Member

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    Two interesting shots there Luc and the b&w suits them well.
     
  3. BBW

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    Agreed, I like what I'll call the old time film feel to both. I must say that your first plays on the nostalgia heart strings very nicely, too.:th_salute:
     
  4. lucpher

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    Thanks Bill and BB for the comments.
     
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    for me the third shot is definitely the best. well composed, the opening coming from the reflection is a great features that attracts the eye. well done!
     
  8. Ray Sachs

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    Yup, the first two strike me as nice test shots - the third is a really really fine photograph. The kind that makes me wish I'd seen it first. Well done!

    -Ray
     
  9. wt21

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    Great work. I JUST got over my desire for a GRD3. This is not helping, lol, though does the camera come with your eye for B&W, too :)

    Thanks for sharing, and please share more!
     
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  10. lucpher

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    Thanks Landshark, Ray and Sparth for the compliments!
     
  11. lucpher

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    Hi wt21, thanks for the compliments! You should really head over to Wouter Brandsma's site and see how he uses his GRD3.

     
  12. Streetshooter

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    This is it!
     
  13. BBW

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    Love that reflection in this last one of yours, Luc - and I think you framed the image just right allowing just that little bit of space above the street light far in the back.:th_salute:
     
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    +1
     
  15. lucpher

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    Thanks everyone for the very positive comments. I do hope that the photos that follow is on the same level too.
     
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  19. nikki

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    absolutly superb shot !
     
  20. Petach

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    Oct 22, 2011
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    .......oh gosh......how do you follow a superb set like that?

    Well, here goes. GRD3, f6.3, 2s, iso100.

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    Tower Bridge by petach123, on Flickr
     
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