Ricoh The Ricoh GR image thread


Jul 8, 2012
Auckland, New Zealand
Chris Leskovsek
Not sure if this fits here, but the other day while i was shooting i decided to try the intervalometer on the GR, this is what I got. SOOC. no post processing.

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I saw one yesterday, actual unit... and finally understood why this should be in my daily bag. And the pics here are enough.
Once it enters a daily bag, it seldom comes out... except to be shot with... no other reason really. :)

Here are a few... can see more in my set here (GRDIII shots up front, GR shots nearer the end):

everyone remember where we parked by chickentender™ (Eyewanders Foto), on Flickr

what the neighbors must think by chickentender™ (Eyewanders Foto), on Flickr

bernardo evening by chickentender™ (Eyewanders Foto), on Flickr

brushed by chickentender™ (Eyewanders Foto), on Flickr
Timber festival at dawn, Carnation WA, July 2013

i cannot believe I had forgotten about these, even after sending them to the festival organizer at his request... they've laid in slumber on my drive, much like this particular morning, walking about with the GR...

the bridge to dawn by chickentender™ (Eyewanders Foto), on Flickr

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tolt waxes poetic by chickentender™ (Eyewanders Foto), on Flickr

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just like our sleep by chickentender™ (Eyewanders Foto), on Flickr

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i was carried here by chickentender™ (Eyewanders Foto), on Flickr


Oct 6, 2013
Metro Detroit
I just SO want to try this camera but I already have 5 cameras!! The results from the GR look like really good quality film. Damn....I wish it wasn't so good!!
I feel the same way….didn't really connect with the X100 35mm focal length. There are some really stunning photos in this thread…hmmm
Well I've finally succumbed (thanks in no small part to this thread) and placed an order last night for my very own GR. Can't wait for it to get here!
Enjoy! The dang thing never leaves my bag. Had the GRDIII for a number of years before and it too was remarkable. I guess I'm a member of the "cult" now. It's a heck of a lot of camera sitting in the palm of your hand.


Aug 4, 2013
Likewise, this is the first truly portable professional pocket camera. At a ridiculous price.



Feb 3, 2012
Bremer Valley, Australia
I received my GR this morning and I'm quite taken with it. It's so light! And the image quality is wonderful - the lens is sharp, the colours look great and the bokeh in some shots is surprisingly good considering this is a 28mm equivalent. I love that I can operate the camera with one hand and how easy it is to access key settings. One touch macro is a winner! I think this camera and I are going to get along very, very well.

A few shots from around the yard this morning, before I had to go charge the camera properly.

Blue and Green Should Never Be Seen by julie | anne, on Flickr

The Glare by julie | anne, on Flickr

Fergus by julie | anne, on Flickr

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