Pointed and Shot: Your P&S Photos
Old 03-04-2011   #1
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Pointed and Shot: Your P&S Photos

There are a variety of topics regarding a number of P&S cameras, but not enough picture threads! My favorite kind of thread. Since I didn't want to keep bumping my Stylus Epic thread, I decided to start a new one.

Please post your P&S pictures. Film? Digital? Doesn't matter.


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I'd been trying to get this shot for ages.
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Old 03-04-2011   #2
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These are some old P&S digitals that I recently unearthed and have been playing around with in photoshop.


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There are a variety of topics regarding a number of P&S cameras, but not enough picture threads! My favorite kind of thread. Since I didn't want to keep bumping my Stylus Epic thread, I decided to start a new one.

Please post your P&S pictures. Film? Digital? Doesn't matter.


The Hunt is On!


I'd been trying to get this shot for ages.
Love this one.
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Old 03-04-2011   #8
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'Pointed and Shot' ... what a great title for a thread!

I had a GR1V briefly and though I never gelled with the 28mm focal length it was a hell of a camera.








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@ dazedgoneby: How do you like the Ricoh R1? Is the panoramic functon any good?
I've been wanting one but I ended up with an Oly XA in the end..still want to try the R1 though
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@ dazedgoneby:, is your R1 very noisy? I bought one on eBay a couple of weeks ago, but returned it because the LCD display wasn't working. And the film advance sounded like a screw going through a meat grinder.
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Many great shots here!
I think these cameras should be named R&S, relax and shoot!

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Not shot with a P&S, but a shot of a pointer and a shooter;-) Some minor differences about the direction, I presume.

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Shot with an Ansco Pronto




These are from my Ricoh GRD3

I call this one "rural overload" Train, grain elevator, John Deere Truck, small town, all shot from a truck.







Nice bokeh for a 28mm point and shoot


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