Finding my Feet with the Ricoh GR III

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I’ve been ‘Finding my Feet’ with the Ricoh GR III. Changing between Multi-segment / Center-weighted / Spot and using the Positive Film pre-set has given me a bit of an insight. Some initial RAW file manipulation to see what can and can’t be done. Normally, I’m reticent to start with but I wanted to jump in with this camera.

An overcast day with interesting architecture.

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Northampton – Cultural Quarter (RAW)
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Northampton – Cultural Quarter (RAW)

Almost Art Deco steps around the side of a small block of flats.

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Norwich – Steps in shade (RAW)
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Norwich – Steps in shade (RAW)

A walk around some streets in Norwich.

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Norwich – Garage doors (Positive Film)
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Norwich – Wall in shade (Positive Film)
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Norwich – Kofra, Onley Street (Positive Film)

Must get better – but I’m still finding my feet with the Ricoh GR III…

Peace and photography

RP

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