Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/09/20

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Subject: [Leica] the Middle Ages...
From: r.s.taylor at (Richard S. Taylor)
Date: Wed Sep 20 10:37:38 2006
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Philippe - Always interesting to see what others are doing with the 
GRD.  Nice set of snapshots.  Did you just set the flash on auto and 
let the camera do all the work, or was some other technique involved? 
I've hardly used flash on mine at all yet and my few attempts all 
yielded pictures with "deer in the headlight" expressions on peoples 

>Once a year, the sleepy suburban village of Hoeilaart comes to life.
>In the 70's it was renowned for the production of exquisit grapes 
>(for consumption, not for wine making), but that ended due to strong 
>competition from the South of Europe. We got too expensive...
>But since those days, the village has a tradition: The Festivities 
>of the Grapes. Every year another theme (this year the Middle Ages) 
>which by some is interpreted literally, and by others liberally. 
>Every year schools, scouts, and about any other club participate, 
>every year there's a fair, and every year a procession.
>Some snapshots of the latter yesterday evening:
>I hope you enjoy them, even if some are 'technically' not OK.
>(Ricoh GRD, 400 ISO, BW mode, minor work in PS CS2 without touching 
>noise etc: it's pretty much what came out of camera in jpeg high 
>quality mode)
>Thanks for looking, and comments welcomed,
>Leica Users Group.
>See for more information



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