Ricoh The Ricoh GR III Image Thread (Showcase)

agentlossing

All-Pro
Location
S. Oregon Coast (the Northernmost-Cal of them All)
Real Name
Andrew Lossing
Cross post with the similar thread on Mu-43, apologies to those who frequent both! Everything to follow is the same as that post ;)

Alright, I'll apologize in advance for the large number of mediocre snaps I am posting. Was able to get out earlier today, but rain kept me from getting much. Darn Spring with its rainy, blustery mornings that turn into fine afternoons once I had more boring, grown-up things to do!

These were all taken in raw and processed afterwards in-camera, with the positive film setting except in the case of the B&W, which were hi-contrast B&W. In all cases they aren't default image control settings for those JPEG styles, as I punched up the contrast and saturation a little bit on some, and applied color filter type adjustments to the B&W. Note a quirk of the camera in its current form: the photo of the house in B&W is quite grainy, especially in the skies; "Grain: On" is one of the image control settings, but at the moment it can't be switched off! Firmware will address this in the near future from what has been said.

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Ripleysbaby

supernatural anesthetist
Location
Cumbria UK
Real Name
Garry
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CraigC

Veteran
Location
Toronto, Canada
Real Name
Craig
Took the opportunity when out for a walk with my son to grab a few shots around our neighbourhood. Was hoping to get some more camera time this weekend, but pretty miserable out (cold and rainy).

Feels good to have a GR again - missed the handling and ultra compact size. This lens is just as sharp, if not shaper than the previous version. Liking the IBIS and touchscreen too.

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Summitview
by Craig, on Flickr

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Bridge
by Craig, on Flickr
 

agentlossing

All-Pro
Location
S. Oregon Coast (the Northernmost-Cal of them All)
Real Name
Andrew Lossing
Straight OOC JPEG in positive film style. I really like the new highlight priority metering (this is not an example with highlights that are hard to control, however it's a very versatile metering mode if you set it to +0.3 or +0.7 for most uncomplicated lighting situations, +1 or a little over for bright sunlight and shade mixed)

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NoSeconds

All-Pro
Real Name
Troy
I suppose I better get some cash set aside in case I happen across one of these on my July holidays...

I don’t like the chances of my other gear maintaining it’s place in the armoury if that happens...
 

agentlossing

All-Pro
Location
S. Oregon Coast (the Northernmost-Cal of them All)
Real Name
Andrew Lossing
Images show a lot of fine details/accutane/microcontrast/sharpness/whatever. I really like that. Damn.
Yeah they do, this combination of lens/sensor is kind of magic, like the previous one, but even more so with the added resolution. OOC results in raw viewers look a little soft, but they take sharpening remarkably well, since so much detail is there.
 

CraigC

Veteran
Location
Toronto, Canada
Real Name
Craig
Rainy day means a good day to get the grocery shopping out of the way...and crank the music on the way home...

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Aisle
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An apple a day
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Veggies
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Turn it up
by Craig, on Flickr

Love that GR just fits into a coat pocket with ease. Means I bring it to me much more often than any other camera (besides my phone - but that's no fun).
 

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