Ian Lloyd-Graham , Jun 09, 2007; 10:00 a.m.
It has been a while since I looked at any of your shots so it was good to see the range including some new ones(since I last looked at the Bangkok series).
It is difficult to pick out the different cameras/images, however I think you can identify the range of tones and quality of tones produced by the M6 analogue.
Out of curiosity, what ASA do you use for the GRD 400/800? and it certainly can produce very stark and contrasty images just like pushed Tri-X used to..........stunning.
Have you looked at the Ricoh GX100 yet, and if so what do you think of it?
I am still using my GRD (more than my DSLR), and love it's quality, portability and ease of use. I have just returned form a trip away with the wife for a few days and used it for beach scenes etc, I must admit that I do want to do some more street B&W work with it, but have not ventured into the extremes of ASA yet.
I have posted my images on this site and I know you have viewed and commented on them before, but there are now more to see - hope you get the chance to view them: http://www.photo.net/photodb/folder?folder_id=632920
Great to see you back on this site, and if there are any other specific GRD sites you recommend, please send me a personal e-mail and let me know.
Keep up the great work, and the postings.
Kind regards Ian