Published May 26, 2021
In this video, we’re joining editorial and fine art photographer Neil Buckland, as he shoots a variety of subjects using Ricoh’s new Pentax K-3 III. The powerful and versatile K-3 III is the latest iteration in the K-3 series, and offers several improvements and enhancements compared to its predecessors, including a new 26MP BSI-CMOS APS-C format sensor.
From the studio out into the street, Neil puts the K-3 III through its paces for portraiture, still-life and macro work, including capturing one subject that’s literally out of this world.
See more of Neil’s work at his website.
Pentax K-3 III sample images by Neil H Buckland
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