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08-08-2016, 01:36 AM   #16
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Macro mode abstract, in-camera development.



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Maaaan, this makes me want to buy a GR!
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Maaaan, this makes me want to buy a GR!
I may not be helping, but this camera is so much fun! I have always thought I would miss having a viewfinder, but I rarely do with the GR. It is so small and light that I usually hunt for different angles rather than holding up at face height. Like with these from today.

Would have cropped off a bit at the bottom of this one, but as I don't PP any images this month it will have to wait




Adding some colour, too, to get a break from all the contrasty b&w

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I like the one with shadows on the the green leaf. Great!

The picture, you can find here https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/12-post-your-photos/312796-landscape-fogg...ml#post3508468
is a out-of-camera-jpeg, that I made with the high contrast b&w filter.

And here is another one, that I like very much, because of it's natural colors.




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I like the one with shadows on the the green leaf. Great!

The picture, you can find here https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/12-post-your-photos/312796-landscape-fogg...ml#post3508468
is a out-of-camera-jpeg, that I made with the high contrast b&w filter.

And here is another one, that I like very much, because of it's natural colors.
Thank you! And yes, I, too, find that the GR produces very good and natural colours.

I see you have some wonderful pictures on Heise - do you have a presence at Flickr?
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QuoteOriginally posted by savoche Quote
I see you have some wonderful pictures on Heise - do you have a presence at Flickr?
You investigated very well From time to time I post some pictures on heise.de but I do not have a flickr-account, yet.

Are you using the heise photo community, too?
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You investigated very well From time to time I post some pictures on heise.de but I do not have a flickr-account, yet.
I've got a black belt in googling

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No, I don't post much anywhere outside of here and Flickr.
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One from today. Walked through an industrial area as the blue skies took over after a long spell of rain.



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Very nice reflection!
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Ricoh GRii with GM-1 0.35x macro conversion lens at the Todmorden Mills Wildflower Preserve.
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Ricoh GRii with GM-1 0.35x macro conversion lens at the Todmorden Mills Wildflower Preserve.
Nice shots! Interesting to see the macro adapter in action. Looks to do the job very well, sharp and with a pleasing bokeh. How do you like working with it?
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I enjoy working with the macro lens. It is easy to use but you have to work with the fact that it only focuses from 1.6" to 3.3" from the front of the lens so essentially you are shooting ~ 1/3 of a 1:1 image. Here are a few more shots with this lens:
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I enjoy working with the macro lens. It is easy to use but you have to work with the fact that it only focuses from 1.6" to 3.3" from the front of the lens so essentially you are shooting ~ 1/3 of a 1:1 image. Here are a few more shots with this lens:
Thanks, I really like the results you get. That probably has more to do with the photographer than the lens, but it still means it must be usable
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Some more images from the last few days.











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A bit of colour...

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