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Do photos of Tokyo look blue because of the paint on the buildings reflecting light? Or is it just artistic choice?

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>>3539323
yes
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>>3539323
your white balance is wrong
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>>3539323
maybe
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>>3539323
Tokyo is 100% not blue like it is in the photo you posted. Whoever took that photo fucked up

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why do you take photographs?
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>>3539163
I understand you, but if we're going to be using anecdotes, religion rose me above the pettiness that was behind much of my depression. It is still there, as a potential, but the meaning I have developed gives me drive. The socialites we live in are not social really, and religion is communal as well as personal. I'm saddened that your upbringing made you feel isolated (as I think you were implying).
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>>3538990
>why do you take photographs?
To break up the wall of text
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>>3539150
I actually feel depressed because of existential dread. I don't believe in anything. The Universe is too big and massive for me to be significant and everything in life is without cosmic or divine meaning. It doesn't help that I can't trust anyone and not even my own family likes me.
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>>3539241
Embrace you insignificance, it is an asset
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>2019
>implying i take pictures

Fujifilm General #2

Previous thread got to bump limit
>>3524301
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Any tips for shooting on the printable stuff?

I bought one and it's become a hit at parties
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>>3539145
>>3539147
>>3539148
Lmfao, fuji are even more retarded than I expected.

>>3539198
Unless you want xc trash, any lenses start at about $300 second hand. If you went sony you could have got a trio of sigma dn primes, all of which outresolves their fuji equivalents, for $100 each.
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>>3539300
you're up early today moop
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>>3539300
>3rd party lenses
Ayy lmao. All Fuji glass is Canon L quality.
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>>3539318

If by "canon l" you mean, "visibly worse than a compact from the 80's" then sure

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I challenge all the autists and non-autists alike to try and accurately determine if any given image taken in real world conditions can be accurately seen to be from a MFT or FF camera.

>All of these shots are either from a Full Frame or Micro Four Thirds Camera from Nikon, Sony, or Olympus, and all shot with native pro-grade glass.

>They're all cropped to a common format and resized to an acceptable resolution to print at 18"x13" size. NOTE: this actually gives the FF shots the advantage, since you will see more detail from a higher MP image scaled down. This makes the comparison even more eye opening, imo.

>Some of them are from paid shoots, others are just from fucking around, but they're all fair comparisons of each system.

>Each image will be accompanied by a strawpoll link so you can vote on your opinion. This will also keep people from being horribly embarrassed with their complete inability to tell the difference, since it will be anonymous.

After a few days I will reveal the results. Think you can tell?

I doubt it.
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>>3539295

>things that only happen in the minds of FF retards with sunk cost fallacy in full swing
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>>3539282
If you had one car that could go 140 mph and did 0-60 in 9s, and another that went 70mph and did 0-60 in 18s, using the same engine block as the first car, only cut in half, everything else about the car is the same. What car would you buy?

That's the same difference between crop and ff.

>>3539211
I know fuji gets dunked on a lot, but that looks soft as shit
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>>3539297

Your car analogy is retarded. What is being analogized by speed? What is being analogized by acceleration?
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If you don’t like tha car analogy how about a dick one?

You have a 2 inch penis, everyone else has an 8 inch one.

Everything works but it’s still embarrassing as hell to be seen with it.
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>>3539301
>even though literally everything that is relevant is twice as good, I need you to label them.

Fine 0-60 is dynamic range
Topspeed is low light performance

I could also throw resolution and sharpness in as alternatives.

What metric did you think having a smaller sensor would be better?

Oh, and that's for crop, mft would go 35 mph, and, errr, never hit 0-60, Womp Womp.

is it normal to feel self cautious about wearing a camera in public?

I don't feel self cautious when I use my camera in public, only when its dangling around my neck.
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I’ve felt that way.

It went away real fast once I started bringing my camera almost everywhere I went though. Just a weird little hurdle where you get inside your own head, before you realize that no one around you even notices it.
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>>3539271
I only notice nervous photographers or meek ones. The ones who know what they're doing and get their shit done I actually envy that they are out shooting having fun and I'm running an errand. Good on them. Just don't be nervous but obviously be aware of your surroundings so you dont get jumped.
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>>3539287
Basically, this. I know exactly how OP feels, but I kinda hit a point where I realize even *I* look at someone taking a photo for a second at the most before going on with my day.

As long as you don't abruptly stop in the middle of a sea of people, block a walkway, or basically just forget social norms 101, you'll be fine.

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i've been trying to get a really nice and natural looking tan. Her tan looked much better in person. when i try to tan in photoshop, she ends up looks orange. Any tips on bringing out a quality looking tan in photoshop? here is what I ended up with

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>>3538051
I didn't, and I should've.

Just noticed it's remarkably difficult to find a picture of a white woman with a tan on google. Bonus points if it's indoor and doesn't look like shit.
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>>3538147
2 out of 3 right here
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>>3537321
nigger

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>>3538439
>that sickly dead skintone
Are you a sony shooter by any chance?
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>>3537321
Gave it a go

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@super_bluez for a good time

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Lets see how many oldfags are still here
not my pic but an old fag from here i looked up to

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Ill post that fucking plant if i have to
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>girlsittingondildo.jpg
I would post it, but that triggers the jannies
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>>3539312
If you mean the one with the bubbles, eventually i will recreate that but with a paper background and not on carpet in a hallway somewhere.

Put a model and some flashlights into a tub in my backyard a month ago

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/rpt/ - recent photo thread, mushy northern lights edition.

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Alright, I'll tag along.

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>>3539308
Interesting, great colorwise, the intense saturation left me in doubt though
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>>3539313
Yeah, I need to take a look at it on a proper monitor when I get home

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Jane and Dak

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>>3539299

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>>3539302

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>>3539304

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>>3539306

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>>3539307

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Why does everyone always say it's "fun" to shoot Fuji cameras?

What is it about Fuji that make it more fun than Canon/Nikon/Sony?

Is it just some sort of aesthetic feeling, or is there more to it?
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>>3538936
Use Capture One. The Express version is free. If you want to edit in Adobe, run the Enhanced Details process. The resulting DNG is easy af to edit with no weird artifacts or issues.
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>>3538944
Do you know how the raw conv compares to using rawtherapee?
Love my XE3 but some stuff just doesn't make sense to me and adds complexity going from panasonic.
For example why does switiching on the auto mode lead to saving in jpeg instead of raw?
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>>3539018
Capture One has the full support of Fujifilm (and Sony). All the Fuji bodies and lenses have native support/corrections and it handles Fuji raws better than any editor I've ever used. You can also try out different film simulations within Capture One which is sometimes a lifesaver.

I'd seriously consider switching away from Rawtherapee. If you own an X-E3 you shouldn't use janky open source raw editors. I'm not saying pay for it, if you're using Rawtherapee you probably won't, but try and get your hands on Capture One. It's worth it.

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>>3539097
thabks anon, I'd been using iridient Xtransformer and it's a pretty clunky fix
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>>3539097
>>3539018
>>3539112
Lmfao, fuji cucks get a dose of reality of living with a fuji after being told repeatedly about their shitty flaws.

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I've been doing photography as a hobby for close to 8 years now and I know the theory well. I can get a properly exposed image like 99% of the time. I also have a really good camera and lenses and other accessories too (probably over $5000 worth of shit).
Yet after all that, I still think that my photos suck. I look at them sometimes and just don't think there's anything there. Yeah, they're OK but they're definitely not great. I've been using tech and buying all the latest shit as a crutch basically. Yet some kid with a $100 camera can probably take more impactfull pictures than me. Sure, cameras are cool to talk about but in the end they don't matter much.
I the man in pic related was alive, I bet he could outshoot 99% of photogs alive today.
I'm sick of being stuck at a plateau. I feel like selling all my shit and getting out of photography if this is all that I can do.

So how do you get better /p/?

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>>3535456
>the absolute state of gearfags
at least post some of your pics. You do take pics, right?
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>>3535456
go back to basic. Your gear is obviously dragging you down. One camera one lens, fully manual, do not look at the picture until you are home.
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>>3535456
Get yourself an iPhone and sell all your gear
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>>3535903
try learning how to spell properly as well
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How about you post some of your stuff and get constructive criticism? You're much more likely to get good feedback if you're humble about it, /p/ generally only shits on photogs who are up themselves.

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Why the fuck does framing cost so much?! I just dropped 300 each on two frames and some mattes for 45 dollar prints

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>>3538793
this is insane. is it a composite or something? do you have an IG
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>>3538793
great stuff
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>>3538841
Thanks. They are composites. Original shot from my 67 of my gf dyeing her hair, scanned, spliced with a shot of wilted flowers with about 20-30 layers of adjustments in ps.

ig: ragnarlochhead

It's not a very consistent account. I'm still quite young and only started working out what I'm best at and what I actually want out of my work. There's a lot of snapshit on there desu
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>>3538507
my sides
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>>3538471
He was spamming a scam site he'd made and so we searched it on reddit. He had been spamming it there too but then decided to confess that he'd jerked off a ten year old boy and leave reviews for deep web CP sites. Also that he's riddled with haemorrhoids and is seeking medication to suppress his urges to rape women. He's a piece of shit. Once we found that reddit he's been in hiding from /p/.

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Time for an Instagram thread.
I enjoy seeing my /p/ brethren on Instagram and like it when I recognise their posts in rpt.

My account is Thomjams. I’ll follow you back.

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https://www.instagram.com/arachni_

just made it because i take too much pictures on my film camera and dont wanna post too much on my main account
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what do u think ?
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I'm an extremely casual instagram poster, I post some snapshits with my phone but if I'm to post something I took with my camera I'd like it to look good and stand out.

What do I do to make it look good on Instagram with its shit compression. I know about resizing to a specific resolution which I've done before, however im wondering about things like borders/edges to keep its aspect ratio.
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>>3539156
>>3539175
Leave critiques for others.
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Here is my humble instagram


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