The Ricoh GR III is a camera that street photographers have been waiting for for a really long time; but depending on who you are you perhaps wanted different things. Its predecessor, the Ricoh GR II, still proves to be popular amongst the street photography community for its small size, great image quality, leaf shutter lens, and overall low profile looks.
Today, we're getting the news of the camera that folks have been asking for for a long time, the Ricoh GR III. We previously talked about specs and we heard reports on what the new camera could be, but now we've got official word.
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Lots of cameras find themselves in the hands of street photographers, but a large number digital photographers these days have been working with a single camera: the Ricoh GR. It's been a popular camera for a number of reasons: it's small, has great image quality, a sharp lens, a built in flash, etc.
Los Angeles and Tokyo based photographer, Sean Bonner, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for his planned book project featuring Tokyo street photography. Captured around the streets near his office in Shibuya and surrounding Tokyo, the series of images captures citizens as they go on their day-to-day journey.
New York based photographer, Richard Bram, discussed his work and new book “New York” in a recent interview. In a career spanning over three decades, Bram details how his career has changed over time.
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German Street Photographer Thomas Ludwig has been working on a special book for Street Photographers. Lots of photogs state that when they go out and photograph, that it's almost like a meditative process.