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Old 12-29-2018   #1081
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Old 03-13-2019   #1089
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Old 03-16-2019   #1090
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Got the GRIII in and am loving it. Seems to be much better highlight recovery on this sensor than any other sensor I've used.







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Good to hear as this was not the strong suit of the previous model.

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Got the GRIII in and am loving it. Seems to be much better highlight recovery on this sensor than any other sensor I've used.
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Old 05-03-2019   #1102
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Got the GRIII in and am loving it. Seems to be much better highlight recovery on this sensor than any other sensor I've used.

If there's much room for recovery, doesn't that just mean that the standard profile in Lightroom or whatever you're using doesn't make good use of the dynamic range, rather than being a property of the sensor? If the sensor has great dynamic range, that's wonderful in any case.
The tonality in the third one looks off, is that what happens with a lot of highlight recovery or just the fluorescent surfaces and interesting light?
And there seems to be a little more barrel distortion than on the old APS-C models, yes? No big deal of course.
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If there's much room for recovery, doesn't that just mean that the standard profile in Lightroom or whatever you're using doesn't make good use of the dynamic range, rather than being a property of the sensor? If the sensor has great dynamic range, that's wonderful in any case.
The tonality in the third one looks off, is that what happens with a lot of highlight recovery or just the fluorescent surfaces and interesting light?
And there seems to be a little more barrel distortion than on the old APS-C models, yes? No big deal of course.
I'm using Camera Raw and Photoshop CC 2019, and have not yet looked at a profile, I tend to work on images individually from the RAW file in Camera Raw. As for correcting the distortion - I never actually found a need for that with the ii, but you're right, there is more distortion here. The vignetting removal in camera doesn't totally even out the corners either.

My main niggle is the rear toggle switch for exposure compensation - it is always active unlike with how I have had the previous models set-up - so carrying the camera around the neck tends to allow my belly to set a compensation unbeknownst to the brain. I've been checking that, but have wildly underexposed several quick grabs because of this.
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I should be getting my GR III this friday...
Looking forward to it and having some FUN

Played with a friend’s ... did not think i would like the size being more compact but to my surprise it felt great in the hands
Fell in LOVE with the 50 crop mode (more than the normal 28)
Will probably get the GW4 /21mm converter lens

My only concern: seemed to hunt quite abit in a fairly well lit store... I suppose just using snap focus cures that
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I should be getting my GR III this friday...
Looking forward to it and having some FUN

Played with a friendís ... did not think i would like the size being more compact but to my surprise it felt great in the hands
Fell in LOVE with the 50 crop mode (more than the normal 28)
Will probably get the GW4 /21mm converter lens

My only concern: seemed to hunt quite abit in a fairly well lit store... I suppose just using snap focus cures that
v1.1 software fixes the low(ish) light hunting issue.

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GR high contrast
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GR high contrast




this is taken from the first ricoh GR which i really like the high contrast mode. recently just purchase the GRlll but i cant help but

feel that the high contrast mode in the new GRlll is just lacking something as compare to the old one. is it true that something has change or is it just me?
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Old 05-08-2019   #1107
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Old 05-15-2019   #1108
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GR III...
have to get closer and more comfortable shooting a 28




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"have to get closer and more comfortable shooting a 28"


Helen, I love looking at 28mm pics but two obstacles in my own work are

trying to organize/compose the "extra" visual elements in the often complex W/A view, especially on the run as street pics tend to be

AND that hesitancy to get as close as I should.

Nonetheless, I'm working on it.
Been working on it since the 1980s... :-)
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One thing I would say, which you probably know already since you've been doing this since the 80's, is that it helps is to study people who you think are good at it and see how they handle the frame. William Klein, Daido Moriyama, Gary Winogrand all used 28 a lot. Look hard at what they are doing and try and copy it, you'll fail in an interesting way and the pictures will be yours.

Also, crop. If you don't use the whole frame, toss it out and keep the good part. No need to pretend you're Henri Cartier Bresson (who cropped some of his famous work despite his dictate not to).

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"have to get closer and more comfortable shooting a 28"


Helen, I love looking at 28mm pics but two obstacles in my own work are

trying to organize/compose the "extra" visual elements in the often complex W/A view, especially on the run as street pics tend to be

AND that hesitancy to get as close as I should.

Nonetheless, I'm working on it.
Been working on it since the 1980s... :-)
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Old 05-15-2019   #1112
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Hi everybody! The GR III is good for selfies too:


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Good advice, nightfly.
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GRIII...
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Old 05-27-2019   #1116
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Still not comfy doing much with people, but boy wow if Iím not having fun with the GRIII.
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