My Flickr contact wakoo22 posted a beautifully exposed and composed image of rapids (probably in Japan) taken with a Ricoh GRD 4 (an older small-sensor model).
My flickr contact kenny created this excellent double exposure of an amusement park ride in Malaysia with his Ricoh GRD IV.
Double exposure is a skill and takes practice. The Ricoh GR (and I assume earlier GRD series) make it easy to do so it’s just a matter of finding suitable subject matter and trying it out. Note to self: do more of this, it’s fun.
My flickr contact KC Kwan
posted this dark image of an alley scene in Hong Kong as part of this collection called Homebound (which I bought on Amazon and will be delivered today). Taken with his Ricoh GRD IV.
Images like this are why I’ve stuck with Flickr for over ten years: it provides a window on pieces of the world I’ll only experience through the eyes of photographers like KC Kwan.
My flickr contact cry baby posted this great street shot taken in Japan with a Ricoh GRD IV.
My flickr contact Marser took this great shot looking up at cosmos flowers in Kyoto, Japan with his Ricoh GRD IV.
Nice to see this image on this dreary day in the Northeast US.
My flickr contact kenny took this great shadow image of a group of folks with his Ricoh GRD IV.
My flickr contact kenny took this amazing reflection in Malaysia with his Ricoh GRD IV.
My flickr contact kenny posted this great interior silhouette image taken in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with his Ricoh GRD IV.
My flickr contact Tommi Sakari posted this fantastic image of a gull flying over a square in Stockholm, Sweden taken with his Ricoh GRD IV.
Flickr member secretcinema2012 posted this fantastic image of what looks like a table casting a shadow over a manhole cover, taken with a Ricoh GR Digital IV. But, who knows what it is?