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Discussion in 'Ricoh' started by lucpher, Dec 5, 2011.
Two interesting shots there Luc and the b&w suits them well.
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.
Thanks Bill and BB for the comments.
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!
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!
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!
Thanks Landshark, Ray and Sparth for the compliments!
Hi wt21, thanks for the compliments! You should really head over to Wouter Brandsma's site and see how he uses his GRD3.
This is it!
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.
Thanks everyone for the very positive comments. I do hope that the photos that follow is on the same level too.
absolutly superb shot !
.......oh gosh......how do you follow a superb set like that?
Well, here goes. GRD3, f6.3, 2s, iso100.
Tower Bridge by petach123, on Flickr