New Ricoh GR III & GR IIIx Recipes!!

Captured with a Ricoh GR III using the new “Classic Emulsion” Recipe.

I just published a new set of Ricoh GR III & GR IIIx RecipesThe Film Collection!

For those of you who (in addition to your Fujifilm X cameras) own a Ricoh GR III and/or GR IIIx, you now have five new Ricoh Recipes to choose from, and if you are a Ricoh Recipes App Patron, you have an additional Recipe available to you on the App. Be sure to check it out! If you haven’t updated the firmware of your GR III or GR IIIx recently, be sure to do so right away to get the new Negative Film Picture Control Effect.

Classic Emulsion

Positive Emulsion

Kodak Print

Film Look

Vintage Film

Nostalgic Print

See also: Ritchie’s Ricoh Recipes

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Ricoh GR III  Amazon  B&H  Moment
Ricoh GR IIIx  Amazon  B&H  Moment

New Recipes for Ricoh GR!

Captured with the new Vibrant Teal recipe for Ricoh GR III

Ricoh GR owners rejoice! I just published a new Recipe Collection, called The California Negative Collection, for the Ricoh GR III and Ricoh GR IIIx cameras! Find it at Ritchie’s Ricoh Recipes, and on the Ricoh Recipes App!

Also, the Ricoh Recipes App received an update, which fixed some bugs and added the ability to search for recipes by name. If you have the App, be sure to update it manually if your phone didn’t do so automatically.

Have a Ricoh GR camera? Download the Ricoh Recipes App today!

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Ricoh GR III — AmazonB&H
Ricoh GR IIIx — AmazonB&H


Because I now have JPEG recipes for both Fujifilm ( and Ricoh ( cameras, my wife, Amanda, suggested that I should have an overarching website that joins the two together. Amanda is always right about these things, so I created, my new homepage! Of course, Fuji X Weekly still has its own homepage. Nothing has changed. But I can now direct people to for both Fujifilm and Ricoh—it doesn’t matter which brand you have. In fact, you might have both, because there’s quite a few people who do—there’s some overlap between these two brands of cameras thanks to their popularity among street, travel, and documentary photographers. You can access both Fuji X Weekly and Ritchie’s Ricoh Recipes from

There’s not a lot of stuff on the new website. There’s a Photo Gallery that you might enjoy. Beyond that, it simply stands as a gateway to Fuji X Weekly and Ritchie’s Ricoh Recipes. So if you’d like, check it out! Also, stay tuned, because at least one big announcement is coming soon!