Along the High Line with the Ricoh GR

Looking east from the High Line

Looking east from the High Line

Along the High Line, New York. Gary and I walked the length of the High Line (he’d never seen it) and it was great. I’m just processing those images now and this is what I captured with the Ricoh GR.

These are all RAWs processed in Lightroom to emulate the high contrast JPEGs the camera makes.

I think the image quality from the Fuji X100S and the Ricoh GR is about the same on RAW files so for me, the Ricoh’s 28mm angle of view works better than the Fuji’s 35mm. I think it would good to have both cameras and no doubt I’ll revisit the Fuji X100 series but until then I’m still loving the Ricoh GR.

Along the High Line

Looking north along the High Line

Construction next to the High Line

Cone flowers on the High Line

Cone flowers on the High Line

Scaffold along the High Line

Scaffold along the High Line

Construction and crane alone the High Line

Construction and crane along the High Line

4 comments

    1. Thanks Gary. As you know, we had a bunch of cameras with us and it was fun to juggle them to see which one worked best in each situation. I love the Ricoh but I must say, the mages from the Fuji are every bit as good. Now, if it just had a wider view…

    1. Edward, Yes, I seem to see the same types of things every time I go and no doubt don’t remember I shot them. I’d love to do that walk and more with you again sometime before next well so let me know when you want to get back to New York. You’re a great photo walk partner.

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