Abstract image with Ricoh GXR
I took my new GXR into work today and I was playing about with a feature called Full Press Snap. This allows you to set a default focus distance so that if you take a picture by fully pressing the shutter without the half press to focus, the camera automatically focuses to the set distance and takes the exposure. This is a great feature for Street Photography, because you can take the picture almost instantly. With a small sensor unit fitted and the aperture set to f/7.0, almost everything is in focus.
I was playing with this and inadvertantly took a picture of the router which sets on a colleagues desk. I was about to delete it when I thought to myself, ‘actually, that’s quite nice’!
So here is my abstract image called ‘Router’
- Ricoh GXR + P10
- New Camera – Ricoh GXR + P10 (simonhawketts.wordpress.com)