N Desmond

N Desmond

Lives in United States PA, United States
Joined on Dec 29, 2012

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  • I prefer the second version for the difference in the way story was told and presentation of photos. Agree images themselves look much higher quality than full size on DPR. And that's just viewing ...
  • A, I will certainly miss seeing your images here. Please keep me posted on where they can be viewed. I hope you continue to contribute to the conversations.
  • Lovely blues, before and after. Intesting to see how the sun on the trees differs between the first two photos. Think last image ia my favorite because of the texture of the trees. Viewing on ipad ...
  • Really like this set, A. The colors have a subtlety and softness that contrasts nicely with the angles snd shapes. And you are right about the GRD4. I am away on vacation and did not bring mine. ...
  • Replied in Spotmatic lens
    Hi, Ian - If you are considering using on a Q or another camera requiring adapter, another option would be the Ricoh GXR. It is discontinued but many still love and use. There are used camera backs ...
  • Binet/Glen - Thanks for the info and suggested route. Hope to check it out later this month. Haven't been downtown nearly as much as I would have liked over the summer. - Tina
  • Thanks for sharing, nice shots. My husband and I were recently thinking about the Phila suburbs that once had trolleys. You can tell by the wide median strips. We also remembered part of West ...
  • I would embrace the K mount, whatever the badge. Yeah, blissfully ignorant about flange issue and will let the technicians work that out. :-)
  • As I said, this is way over my head, but my imagination isn't limited by the understanding of camera construction. First comes the KS1, but this gives a good indication of what they can provide at ...
  • Just re-read that article as it had been interesting at the time. They were looking to bring technology of K3 to lower end or entry level DSLR but need to cut cost somehow. A small, super light ...
  • Yeah, it definitely differs from GXR, and it's hard to tell what kind of camera it is. But if I were to momentarily gaze in crystal ball, I honesty think the whole GXR system would be revamped, ...
  • And then there's this thread. Waded three quarters through the posts and thought I must be on another forum/planet. http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/54229015
  • There's something about this camera, a little bit off the rails (ahem), that makes me wonder if it's the replacement for the GXR. Not labeled Ricoh, but Pentax . . .  Or perhaps Ricoh will pull a ...
  • I really like these. Shooting this theme at night creates an interesting mood. You used a tripod, yes?
  • Replied in A RICOW GR?
    Really like this! The angle you took shot from makes it interesting. I am wondering how close you were to those cows?!
  • kuuan, well, right you are! :-) Actually, I think your "hidden" photo was what made me suggest that folks should change the title of their post so we don't miss the photos posted. And then I ...
  • Looks like Joel's already there! Come join. I've posted to set the bar on mediocrity.  :-) http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/54122893
  • Abluesky, I enjoyed looking at this set. The first photo is my favorite, the geometrics and contrast kept me engaged for a while. There was a lot more going on than immediately apparent. Viewing ...
  • If you want your photos immediately recognizable from comments to another's photo, click on the original post and select "reply to thread" and change the subject line to include tidbit or title ...
  • I've never seen this kind of photo from you, Joel. I like it a lot, and while it might be interesting with a person included, I think without adds to the starkness and mood of the image. Without, ...
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