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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.

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• We come here for photos, so post yours as often as possible, even if "image unrelated" to your text.
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For me the five best photographers of all time.
1. Stephen Shore
2. Todd Hido
3. Werner Mantz
4. Lewis Baltz
5. Fred Herzog
Honorable mentions: burke uzzle, Joel Meyerowitz, William Eggleston, Greg Girard. Post some pictures from your favourites.
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>>3617147
Comfy
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No K Wheeler?

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What makes gettyimages and other film and photo archivers so evil?

They will copyright and watermark pictures from the 19th century and to allow use of it they'll ask for 3000 dollars for one week of use.
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>>3616470
i knew it was the jews
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>>3616475
"Of all words tongue and pen, the saddest are these:
/pol/ was right again"
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>>3616470
Greed and entitlement are not ethnic traits, they are influenced by growing up in a culture that celebrates threm
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>>3616470
Oh look it's another episode of "find one guy that's vaguely attached to something that's just coincidentally happens to have Jewish ties and use that to justify their antisemitic hate."

Really wish 4chan would just permaban all the neo-nazis on here.
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>>3617169
>co-founder
>vaguely attached
Nice try, rabbi

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What is the best way to remove watermarks. I don't think it's fair to charge people 3000 dollars to remove a god damn watermark

The internet is flooded with indians giving really bad advice like blurring the image.

So far the best solution I've found is a new layer with a copy of the watermark and using invert and overlay. But it's still not that good.
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>>3616907
Good luck with the lawyers commie.
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>>>/wsr/
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>>3616918
If it doesn't belong to getty just get it somewhere else.
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>>3616907
Can't you find any good image for free on some Pexels or pixabay?

btw who's the Sereia? Santos is good, but Palmeiras is based. Avanti Palestra.
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>>3616907
Check out the Jamie Windsor photoshop tips video. It works pretty well

Last one hit the image limit

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Does MP actually matter if you're not printing your photos? or is it just something to brag about?
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>>3617136
Why did you kill a thread for this shit?

MP is for cropping ability.
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>>3617141
>This
/thread

Man, I just bought ten rolls of film (5x Velvia 50 35mm, 5x Ektachrome 100 120) and it cost me $160, and it’s gonna cost at least that much again to get it developed.

I really enjoy the process of film photography and the results are amazing when I get it right, but fuck damn this shit is expensive.

I have no real point here, I just wanted to bitch. Although if someone still wants to argue that film is cheaper than digital in the year of our lord 2020, let’s rumble.

(Pic related, from a hideously expensive roll of Fuji Pro 400H shot in a Mamiya 645 Super I wasted my money on and developed for too fucking much cash)

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Literally no one in here that actually shoots film had said that it’s cheaper.

>>3617046

Lmao show us your $900 prints
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>>3617034
>You could have a 35mm slr, a set of primes, film, an enlarger, paper, and all the chems for a year or two for less than a full frame.
You can get a 5D classic for two hundred bucks these days, easy.

Unless you take very, very few pictures in that year, I call bullshit.
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>>3617046
>And photography being primarily about the print
Okay boomer.
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>>3617108
>It doesn't matter what their artistic merits are.
Doesn't it, though?

Me, I only print photos I really, really like. And I can count the number of times I've printed a 20x24 on the fingers of one of a woodshop teacher's hands.

If you're arbitrarily setting the standard that any properly focused and exposed photo has to be printed 20x24, then sure, film is will be cheaper. If you shoot like a normal person and share your photos primarily online and only rarely print and even more rarely print big, costs of shooting film are going to increase exponentially compared to digital.
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>>3617132
Good 35mm prints gonna blow doors off a 5D lol

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>>3616774
3:2 ratio is best ratio for landscapes and your can crop down for portraits. Other ratios are a fucking meme.
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>>3616926
>3:2 best for landscape
LMAO
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>>3616926
>>3616774
I've taken some shots in 3:2 that I really genuinely like, but I find myself cropping them to 4:5 more often than not. It's simply too wide or tall for a lot of things, and the resulting compositions aren't satisfying for me often times. Not to mention if you crop like this on a digital camera, you can eschew the weakest parts of the image (edges where any lens performs at its worst)
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>>3617079
>3:2 too wide for landscape
>owning a lens that's not sharp to the corners
ishygddt
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>>3608611
Digits speaks the truth.

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I want to see if my girlfriend has sent a photo that I don't know
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Kill yourself

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https://www.onlandscape.co.uk/2020/02/8x10-film-vs-iq4-150mp/
>Not even a 50k USD digital medium format camera can compete with 100 year old film technology
It's not fair bros....

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>>3617101
>Meh, not really necessary when shooting so wide IMO

I like to keep my ISO as low as possible.
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>>3617124
Same but honestly up to ISO 800 I will tolerate. Most of the time I am on a tripod in low light at ISO 64, but every so often I just can't be fucking bothered.
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>>3616810
why didn't they just zoom with their feet?
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>>3616810
We went digital not because it was better but because it was more convenient.
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>>3616810
Couldn't they compare it to that canon super resolution mode?

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>STICKY - https://pastebin.com/ryMSvthn
>Helpful guide, additional books and more in-depth FAQs - https://pastebin.com/kG0gRmTZ
All video related questions and discussion is intended for this thread. 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 >>3603538
So is anyone actually making shit or are we just a collection of gearfags?

Quick FAQS
>what’s the best camera available on a “budget”?

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>>3616913
why would you care? production rents and arranges everything
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>>3616913
> a phone won’t cut it ...
A bmpcc 4k and an external ssd is all you need if you want to have a large lens choice.
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I wish there were both a video and photo version of the sigma fp.
Basically just the sensor with mount and buttons on the side. 1/4" holes on each side but the front

Small as fuck rig together with the usual accesories.

Who's with me?
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>>3616900
i need to film 4 hot girls deepthroating me at the same time in 4K, or at least HD... thinking of feeding HDMI out from my camera into OBS on my laptop.

can i use this thing? or do i need the black magic studios one? or can i get something cheaper
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>>3616987
uhh, sure, if you're ok with shooting everything on a tripod.

the prices of the f100 are starting to rise.
did some youtuber made a video about it?
this is the sensible option if you want to use G lenses on Film - F4 F5 F6 suck or are too expensive
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>>3616832
Worst viewfinder I've ever used.
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>if you want to use G lenses
Yuck

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>>3617078
>as they don't have the profit margins to release a camera like that the way Leica did
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These bodies have been at $200 something for a decade wtf are you talking about
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>>3616835
retard logic

Why would virtually anyone buy a 500$ camera without a viewfinder?

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>buying a fixed lens Rx1rii when you could just buy an a7rii for less, and actually change the lens
lmao imaging being retarded
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>>3617033
Afraid you'll need one of these for fixed lens cameras.
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>>3617021
>when you can pocket medium format with a GFX50R.

Nice camera, but real fucking ugly noise pattern.
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>>3617080
It's a Bayer sensor like almost everything else, not X-Trans or Foveon.
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>>3617103
Is that why squeezing a medium format image though a 35mm format lens looks like shit?

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>All discussion and questions related to gear should take place in this exact thread.
>Redirection and answering questions in this thread is encouraged.
>Remember to be polite
>Curses on shills shilling in here
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Do you guys have any recommendations where to buy used lenses that have trustworthy conditions?
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>>3617054
KEH.com has always done good by me. I’ve found their ratings to be pretty conservative. They offer a warranty too.
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>>3617050
Drew lots and pic something. You really can't go wrong, but each have some caveats. Nikon apsc mirrorless is very new, small amount of lenses. Panasonic is a little behind in ibis, ahead of everyone in video features, shares mount with Olympus so huge lens selection. Sony had good balance of features, bit crappy controls, best tracking af. Olympus has sturdy bodies, huge lens selection, generally a little overpriced. Canon best color science and jpegs, gimping bodies on some features. Fuji very dedicated to apsc, poor 3rd party lens support.

>>3617035
Both Canon and Nikon have native tilt shift lenses. Expensive, but there's Samyang for a little less.
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>>3617071
Sounds like Sony, Olympus, and Canon will be who I look into. Thank you.
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Would a Sony a6500 for $800 or an Olympus OMD 5 Mark III for $1000 be the better option? Does one have access to better or better priced lenses? How does the stabilization compare? The Olympus beats the Sony in looks for me by a mile, but that isn’t a great reason to pick a camera I guess.

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>try "street photography"
>get stabbed with a heroin needle
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>>3616176
This never happened lmao
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if you have a friend who isn't a completely useless pile of garbage you could have them help you pretend to photograph them
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>>3616696
>>3617062
WHY IS HE WEARING PADS did he rollerblade to the meetup
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>>3616637
Someone validated my work online

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