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Beautiful Studio Portraits of Vintage Gear

Beautiful Studio Portraits of Vintage Gear | photography | Scoop.it

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Xposedbydesign's curator insight, February 24, 2014 8:23 AM

 

 

In case you're wondering the ball head is a ACRATECH BALL HEAD.

 

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Review of the Ricoh GR Digital (GRD V) for Street Photography — Eric Kim Street Photography

Review of the Ricoh GR Digital (GRD V) for Street Photography — Eric Kim Street Photography | photography | Scoop.it

Disclaimer: I have been provided a Ricoh GRD V (no strings attached) from Pentax-Ricoh. However I will try to keep this review as un-biased as possible.

 

Disclaimer aside, I think this is currently hands-down the best bang-for-the-buck digital camera for street photography currently out there right now (will release soon for ~800 USD). I love the compact size, the superb image quality and high-ISO performance, as well as the ergonomics and handling. It has been traveling with me alongside my Leica MP as a second shooter — and the camera seriously kicks ass.

 

While I still prefer shooting with film at the end of the day, it is an amazing camera and I highly recommend it to all street photographers who want a smaller alternative. Keep reading for more of my thoughts on the camera.


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Ghost Ship II by Brodie Knox

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Ghost Ship II by Brodie Knox This shot was taken on a very still night. The tide was slowly creeping in as the moon rises behind the shipwreck.


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