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Go /p/ro:
• Please post images that are JPG format, smaller than 1 MB, and/or about 1000 pixels on the longest side.
• Expect to be judged harshly. Learn to deal with it.

Want:
• We come here for photos, so post yours as often as possible, even if "image unrelated" to your text.
• "Flickr/500px/Tumblr/Facebook/Portfolio" threads are for critique and networking
• Use "Recent Photos" threads if you are shy or only want to post a couple of photos.
• Shared raw files which we can collectively edit for discussion of post-processing techniques, are encouraged.
• Use the catalog to consolidate similar topics (photographic themes, images or technical gear threads)

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• Go to >>>/r/ for specific Photoshop requests.
• Gear threads are discouraged, but identified as necessary. Many users simply hide these threads.


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>Yeah this camera is okay but [insert poop joke or sexual innuendo here] rofl

*lofi hiphop beat starts playing in the background*

*selfie stick camera starts shaking to a nauseating extent*

*the camera review is now being filmed on a hoverboard with a Go Pro*

>Okay, now let me tell you about why your favorite camera is trash

Do people actually take this guy seriously?
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>>3422680
I've seen the type of your reviews you're talking about and I know what you mean. But you're asking for pears from an oak tree, my friend. Kai caters exclusively to retards now who watch him for his improv comedy and urban exploration. This is why he shoots all over the world now as opposed to HK. Just accept it and move on.
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>>3422252
I liked him when I was just getting into photography and he's entertaining enough that I didn't get bogged down by terminology I didn't understand.

Now though if I want to watch a camera review, I just go to some techy's youtube channel to hit me with the facts right quick. That and his banter seems aimless and self aggrandizing these days.

I feel like the B&H podcast is really closer to top gear since they actually take on serious topics but have a lot of fun along the way.
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Ian Wong is the only good Asian photography youtuber
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>>3422559
post pics

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The fucking Pentax edition

This is the thread where we discuss everything related to gear including your stupid questions about gear
Previous thread >>3419217
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>>3424116
>Not until Apple sorts out the keyboard and flex issues
https://www.wired.com/story/apple-will-fix-broken-macbook-keyboards/

> you can't even get your data out when the display dies because the SSD is soldered and encrypted
Just hook it up to an external monitor...
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>>3424031
>no numpad
into the trash it goes
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>>3424170
it's the video cards that die on them and then it won't boot.
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To those of you who switched from crop sensors to full frame, are you happy or do you regret doing it?
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>>3424089
>what the hell is apple thinking with their newer devices

>I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me
t. Tim Cook

provia 100f edition

Old thread: >>3416932
All film photography related questions and general discussion on film photography is to take place in this thread.
Analog, 35mm, 120 medium format, large format, C41, E6,B&W, developing, scanning, labs, darkroom etc.
Feel free to post photos, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you like the new ektachrome

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>>3424068
lol do u
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>>3424129
as long as you keep them cold they'll last for awhile. if you really want to preserve old film, store it in the fridge in a lead box. this will help shield it from stray gamma radiation.
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>>3423752
BnH has short dated Provia for half price https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/369450-USA/Fujifilm_RDP_III_135_36_Fujichrome_Provia.html?sts=pi
I promise I'm not a shil for thel even tho I did buy 10 rolls >>3421520

>>3423908
67mm if I recall correctly. Thanks for reminding me about filters been meaning to get some for the Fuji

Got though 1 and a half rolls on the Fuji and almost a full roll on the Canon yesterday
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>>3424175
6x9?
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>>3424135
I mean considering the fastest I had shot previously was 400 speed, and im pretty used to shooting 100 speed it was pretty refreshing to be able to shoot handheld in a basement.

Do any cameras write to flash drives?
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>>3423330
Just get an SD to USB adapter you dumb macfag
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Cine cameras write to SATA drives pretty often. USB is a pretty poor option for storage.
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The one you carry with you.
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>>3423332
Not quite the same thing. I wish my camera had a USB port so I could use a flash drive in a pinch.
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>>3424181
Uh, anon I...

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I've been thinking of investing into one for vlogging and photography. I'd like to know if it is worth it and could you recommend a good lens for videos, and Photography?
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>>3424185
Looks nice.
Get the 24-105mm RF

Are they worth it?
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>>3424063
>not even 645
neither is the pentax 645z, Hasselblad X1D, or Fuji GFX. sensor sizes are pretty close though and the S2 lenses are fucking beautiful.
as an SLR it's smaller than a pro body Canikon (1D or D5)
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>>3424037
Film Leicas are cool and worth it. Still a bit pricey but they hold their value and are wonderful machines.

Digital leicas are way overpriced but they’re kinda made for rich people and/or famous photographers who grew up on rangefinders and don’t want to use a DSLR/Mirrorless now that digital is king. Niche market, higher prices.

The lenses are way overpriced but are still top notch
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>>3424049
Iphones spend billions on cpu research.

Leica doesn't. It's a low tech brand living and dying by its name.
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lets just say youll definitly want to take better pictures with a $6000 setup
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>>3424174
>the S2 lenses are fucking beautiful
No doubt, but who wants to invest in a new set of lenses for a sensor that's not even close to twice as large as FF?

>commuting from A to B in car
>see amazing compositions and subjects everywhere
>already too late to stop and walk back with camera

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>>3424064
Hoof it
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>refuse to bring camera with me since area has been milked to death
>a spectacular scene appears
>camera is ten miles away
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>>3424145
take your gear off the shelf fag
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>>3424145
I don't even go to the grocery store without my 1200mm f/1.2
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>>3424166
I took a 24mm 1.4 to the grocery store just 20 mins ago. Didn't see anything worth shooting though.

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Our first 4channel thread edition! [Also, something about Christmas?]
>STICKY - https://pastebin.com/74w2aRYi
>Helpful guide and additional books - https://pastebin.com/kG0gRmTZ

Here we discuss techniques, gear and anything else related to capturing video footage. Please don't pretend to be an expert if you don't know what you're talking about. Kindly leave your ego at the door.
Posting short films/scripts or other work you've done is encouraged.
We tend to use and recommend DSLRs/mirrorless cameras because they provide phenomenal picture quality for their price, have large sensors (ie the same size used in high-end cinema cameras and higher) and have interchangeable lenses.
In contrast, consumer camcorders normally have much smaller sensors and a fixed lens.

>NO ONE CARES WHAT AN EXPERT YOU THINK YOU ARE. IF YOU’RE ASKING BASIC-AS-SHIT QUESTIONS, YOU CAN’T BE ALL THAT GREAT. SEE ABOVE

Previous thread >>3389150
So, what are your fondest memories of 4chan? And what are your plans this Christmas/New Year?

FAQS

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>>3423809
My dream is literally to one day have a behind-the-scenes photo from one of my films be used in the op image
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>>3423608
I will
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https://ew.com/oscars/2019/01/22/oscars-nominations-2019-list/

Thoughts? I wanna go see the Favourite this weekend, seems Kino
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>>3423911
Favourite's pretty decent. It's kinda like a lesbian Barry Lyndon. Less epic, but much better paced and funnier
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Could someone give me an estimation of what kind of camera this video is filmed with? Is it just a cheapy mid-tier model? You can see a reflection in his guitar but I'm pretty sure it's just a mic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxKPEddE82c

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Sorry for the bad picture, it was the best I could get as I don't have a HUGE lens. I would like to see other peoples pictures from last night.

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Too bad 200mm wasn't enough
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>>3423570
i like this
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>>3423621
>sony a7r2
Just shoot at ISO 6400 faggot, what are you afraid of? Should be clean enough after stacking
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>>3424019
I should have but I've never done stacking before so I had no idea how big of a difference it can make
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>>3423748
Really like that one.

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Good, bad and the ugly...or anything cool.

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just a hair enough out of focus to not be passable. Thank you XA2

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>an anarchist with a mass produced phone
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>>3424130
Thanks my dude
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>>3420543
Actually posting a photo.

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>>3423252

For grins, I mashed up an image I took during the lunar eclipse with one I took during the last solar eclipse.

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I always avoid making photos because I feel like they make you focus on the photos itself as well as the screen you're staring at rather than the moment you're in and should be enjoying but recently I've been thinking that it might be the opposite if you do right. It might in fact help you see the beauty in everyday things and make you appreciate the moment you are in more. So which one is it /p/?
pic unrelated btw

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Go to bed, OP.

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Dear /p/.

Since last few months I slowly try to learn how to make photos and I would like to kindly ask you few questions related to those tries. I was practicing lately on plastic models I also do and Im unsure about pretty much lot of things.

1) How to figure out what kind of light source would be best in certain situation and how to prepare it? At first, I was using only natural light, shooting during summer in mid-day, using light coming from the window. During autumn and winter, I switched to LED light and light bulbs. Which one is better? LEDs I use are small ones that gives sharp, cold light, which of course gives mysterious effect but its very weak. At the other hand, light bulb gives warm light that fills up whole model, however lightens up surroundings as well (camera usually catches everything in yellow but just slight change to color temperature in darktable fixes this). Lately I experimented a bit with attaching sheet of tracing paper in front of both LED and light bulb (after noticing that my first external flash I bought have similar sheet attached) and as a result, light became somewhat more soft if I can use that word. Is this desired effect?
2) How can I make photos appear more lively? I mean, first look right away tells the viewer that they are looking at static plastic model. For example, pic related looks kinda static to me. How can I create illusion of catching one in the middle of movement? Basically the only ones that looks okay are where model is placed at not moving pose.


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>>3424045
thanks, I had completely dismissed and forgotten about HG.

found something like pic related for a combo of diffusion and sharp light from this article https://www.otakumouse.com/new-figure-photography-setup/, also looking at it, it allows for various lighting setups.
yeah paper is nice to use but it's more important that the light temperature is consistent.
I don't really know, DIY-ing your own box and getting some dedicated lamps would be what I'd do.
I think ultimately though it's just a matter of experimenting but getting mostly even light around your subject, having your main lightsource come from the top helps to make it a tiny bit more professional-looking as well.

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>>3423998
>>3423999
Might want to iron your backdrop, the creases are distracting
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>>3424028
RG is probably going to be an exercise in frustration unless you have tiny elfin surgeon hands. Start with a simple HG kit or an MG. I don't really recommend the MG Zeta for a first kit though; I found it to be fiddly and several pieces were too fragile for the loads they were supposed to bear. My favorite kits to build so far have been MG Gouf 2.0 (Zakus are great too), Gyan, and Acguy. My first MG was Exia which was cool except shit falls off that model every time you look at it wrong.
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>>3424136
Forgot to add, MG Turn A looks awesome but if you go down that road be prepared to spend hours doing panel lines.
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>>3421353
You can try putting your model in an "about to position". It's a term we use In figure/gesture drawing. The trick is to have your model be off balance while making it very clear what it is they are trying to do. Think of a sprinter leaning fore-ward as he approaches the finish line. Or a man caught mid-air about to fall.

Also I drew your mech. It looks pretty cool tbqh.

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>his big computer case doesn't have a an internal memory card reader
Daily reminder that 5.25" bays are extinct from modern atx cases and even with a big pc tower you are on the same level of dongle adapter shittery with Macbook Air user.

Do you have internal memory card reader or even free 5.25" bays?

inb4 connect your camera to your pc with cable
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>>3423931
audio cards are shit, you should get an external DAC. easy recommendations are odac 2 or schiit modi. costs a bit more, but sound quality is a tremendous improvement. way better than pretty much any sound card.
>>3423616
see above
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>>3423873
That sounds sarcastic, but yes, tiny case with enormous monitor is the way to go.
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>>3423984
A tiny case with an enormous graphics card is even better.
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>>3423392
Connect my camera with a cable. Cause I'm not spending $60 or so on an XQD reader.
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>>3424147
which camera?

these are exotic postcards from late colonial era 1890-1910s from Morroco and Algiers made by french(surprise!) photographers
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last one


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