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Old Dec 20, 2010, 1:59 PM   #1
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Well...I am spamming this forum tonight that is only because I do not work for 2 weeks...which feels nice!! So I have some (read not much) time to take some photos..so...here are some I just took, straigt from cam, no edit except resize and some light sharpening..
All are taken with the ricoh lens 50mm...

Feel free to comment as usual and tell me how to make it even better! (picture 4 is also taken by night and was a mistake..but it is quite fun to look at)

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1. Aperture: 5.6, Shutter: 3s
2. Aperture: 5.6, Shutter: 30s
3. Aperture 16, Shutter 2.0s
4. Aperture: 2.0, Shutter: 30s
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Old Dec 20, 2010, 3:56 PM   #2
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Mike, it looks like that Ricoh is a wolf in sheep's clothing. Who would'a thought?
Nice job.
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Old Dec 20, 2010, 4:24 PM   #3
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Mike, it looks like that Ricoh is a wolf in sheep's clothing. Who would'a thought?
Nice job.
Yes. It is very nice and i love the pictures it takes.
And it is very funny trying out manual mode and manual focus as well
I think i'm getting the hang of it.
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Old Dec 20, 2010, 6:31 PM   #4
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Very nice shots - a manual lens can work better than an auto lens in difficult conditions. That last one is funny - it sure doesn't look like night to me! If I hadn't done the same thing once in a while, I wouldn't have known you could get something like that when it's black outside. That third one is really exceptional, love that shot!
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Great shots, last two being my fav's
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I really like the 3rd one. And, that last one is interesting being taken in darkness.

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