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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)

Do Not Want:
• 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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New Lens Edition

Post your photos, and what gear you used to make the capture if you want.
Went out innawoods for about 3 hours today. 3rd weekend I've had my new 100mm 2.8 macro.
Finally got a spider portrait that wasn't a goofy ass daddy longlegs

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>>3481984

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>>3481972
>>3481977
>>3481984
Nice, you are really getting into it
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>>3481996
Thanks.
It's a lot less frustrating than shooting birds and coming back with no good shots.
A lot more potential subjects.

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>>3481999
>>3481984
I really like your stuff as well.

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Given enough practice, do you think that anyone (and I mean absolutely anyone) can become a half-decent photographer? Or are some people destined to never be able to produce something of value?

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>>3481860
Curiosity is innate. You Can mimick a curious look on the world if You pratice enough but you'll still be a monkey mimicking someone's else shot.
So, technically speaking, sure anyone with enough care, time and trials Can.
Creatively speaking totally not.
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>>3481923
Wow, terribile post production
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I AM SICK OF THIS DUMB FUCKING SHITTY FUCKING REDDIT NORMALFAGGOT PLEB FUCKING SHITTY DEBATE FUCKKK YOOOUU CUNT BIYTCH FUCKING WHORE UCNT MONG FUCKING BITCH SHIT CUNT FUCKING FAGGOT BITCH FUCKING REDDITOR

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kMwnmrL5FM&t=1s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=deldj4iSRZc
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>>3481943
>street photography
>something of value
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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>>3481983
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
thanks for the laff you miserable asshole pleb

Previous >>3472014

Tilt Shift Edition

All discussion and questions related to gear should take place in this exact thread.

Redirection to this thread for questions is encouraged.
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>>3481971
the 7000-series is a lot better. also keep in mind that you're gonna be spending additional money on lenses in the future
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>>3481976
You could compensate with just healthy shooting techniques. Higher shutter speed, wider aperture, and situationally pertinent higher ISO all mean you have a less blurry image without tripod and without IBIS.
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>>3481976
I wouldn't buy anything without IS it helps in every circumstance
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>>3481985
I can get the D5100 for 150 aussie dollaridoos, with an 18-55mm lens and some extra little bits and pieces (bag etc)
Cheapest D7000 i see is $300 body only, nothing else included, with 22000 shutter count. I know thats still not overly expensive, but with having to immediately buy a lens and probably a bag of some sort means it'll add up.
Really more than i want to spend, i am already using a semi decent bridge camera quite happily (mums camera but she has basically given it to me). I just happened across seing the D5100 for $150 and googled it, seems pretty decent so i though for that low cost it would be a nice start.
Also, why would having the D5100 mean i have to spend more on additional lenses? As opposed to having a D7000. i though lenses were pretty universal when you stay in brand.
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>>3482000
>Also, why would having the D5100 mean i have to spend more on additional lenses? As opposed to having a D7000. i though lenses were pretty universal when you stay in brand.
kit lenses are kinda crap. The 18-55 is alright, but that's it. Much of the advantage of using a "proper" camera is being able to use much better optics. Glass>body.

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one film one camera edition

old thread: >>3476113

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

useful links:
http://istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography
https://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart.php

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless your dad use to touch you in the shower

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>>3481958
My local shop has AgfaPhoto APX 400 which is supposedly Kentmere 60€ for 100ft, while HP5+ is 80€. That's about $67 and $89 respectively.
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>>3481920
Fair enough, for the most part.
I wanted the color of the guitar to be really shocking, so Idk if I agree about the comment on the reds, but the rest seems reasonable.
I will post a couple more from this roll when I feel like it.
This one's overexposed, that's for sure.
How to get more natural colors??

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>>3481781
It’s nice, anon. Like the pic in general.

I use my ipad as an improvised light table. Auto white balance on the taking camera seems to deal with any color cast issues from the tablet screen.
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>>3481979
How's the workflow with that setup? Do you scan negatives as well?
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double exposure
zenit 12xp / helios 44m4 58/f2

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Are them pic related? The f-stops that will change one full stop between each of them??

I mean, if I had the right exposure at iso 100, f/1.4 and 1/100. If I changed to iso 200 at 1/100 I would have to diminish the aperture to f/2 right?

If those are the defaults, why aren't most manufacturers following them?

There are many f/1.2, f/1.8 lenses. You can't easily manually calculate how many stops are there between f/1.8 and f/2.8 or f/1.2 and f/2.
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>>3481345
That ESL looks familiar. Are you the same autistic fuckwit who was freaking out over the aperture range on that old manual focus zoom lens? Maybe you should find a different hobby.
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more technical bullshit and pointless arguments
if you're not going out everyday and taking tons of photos constantly none of this shit matters
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>>3481560
The following links show corner improvement when stopped down. f/4 and f/5.6 are pretty close ranging from 24mm to 40mm. The argument is shit otherwise, especially at the tele end.

https://www.opticallimits.com/canon_eos_ff/864-sigma24105f4eos?start=1
https://www.the-digital-picture.com/Reviews/ISO-12233-Sample-Crops.aspx?Lens=918&Camera=453&Sample=0&FLI=0&API=0&LensComp=918&CameraComp=453&SampleComp=0&FLIComp=0&APIComp=2
https://www.dxomark.com/Lenses/Sigma/Sigma-24-105mm-F4-DG-OS-HSM-A-Canon-mounted-on-Canon-EOS-5D-Mark-III---Measurements__795
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>>3481757
It must have been the E-P2 then. Thanks anon.
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>>3481683
>A simple lens used in it's most basic state can out perform a camera lens.

No, it can't, because you can't avoid chromatic dispersion with a single glass element.

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keep em under 2000px on the longest side
previously >>3473247

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Mushroom time

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Kitty time

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What is the closest you can get, quality wise, to a professional-grade filming camera with a consumer-grade, semi-affordable, camera (video/photography)?
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The other major reasons production houses don't own gear is for tax, liability and other legal issues.
https://www.legalzoom.com/articles/why-do-film-companies-form-an-llc-for-a-movie

Each individual production launches an LLC. When the production is done, the LLC is dissolved or sold. If gear is purchased, those assets belong to the LLC and have to be sold or go with the new owner. Its thus cheaper to simply rent the equipment than needing to purchase all that gear every time a new production starts.
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The Sony FDR-AX53 is a nice compact video camera that shoots 4K at a decent bitrate (100mbps) and has an internal gimbal for the entire optical assembly meaning you don't get the subtle warping associated with some OIS systems (though it's only 2 axis so you'll either want a decent shoulder rig or an external gimbal to eliminate roll). It also has a control ring on the front in case you need to do a manual focus pull or control other aspects of the shot (exposure/zoom/ect) on the fly instead of letting the (very well behaved) automatic systems take control.

Be aware that it's a little more bulky than some compact video cameras but not overly so (it won't really fit in a pocket).
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>>3481906
>>3481907
>>3481908
>>3481910
>>3481915

Epic case of retardation... You wouldn't be the manufacturer or this?

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>>3481951
>You wouldn't be the manufacturer or this?
what?
an overexposed wedding photato?
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>>3481946
see >>3481897

>Smartphone sensor strapped on to a giant piece of glass

What is the purpose of this camera?

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>>3481229
Birding backup for when you need the extra focal length in a light package and creep shots that aren't as obvious as a fucking telescope
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I think it would fun to use desu
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>>3481229
jared polin made a video recently where he compared it to the modern day version of binoculars and i kind of agree with that characterization
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>>3481690
Doubt it's aimed at the over 60s TBQH.
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>>3481720
you can get the older p900 for under 300 on ebay

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Alright /p/, redpill me on what the best large sensor compact I can get for sub 800 is? Currently considering the Panasonic Lumix ZS100.
>I already have a full Nikon kit with a D750 and lens, but I want something small enough to just shove in a cargo pocket and go.

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>>3478625
It's useless everywhere but underwater.

Really bad lighting combined with dive lights and depth-based color changes suck.

Adding video lights helps, but they add to the bulk of the rig, which is why I'm looking for something SMALLER.

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I was shopping for a used ZS100 but ended up getting a ZS200 used for cheaper. Can't speak on the 100 but I gotta say I really really like the 200.
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Underrated pick but powershot g10
Surprisingly good

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>>3478653
Not at all useless. If you're grading you need that 10bit in every situation. On 8 bit you start seeing artefacts as soon as you throw lut over it.
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Just bought a Sony HX99 at $200, how bad will I regret not having one with a larger sensor? Not a pro photographer.

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hi im a fucking stupid faggot dumbass what the fuck is that stupid ring called that goes onto the lens so that you can attach the hood? i have a lens and a hood and don't have the fucking piece. what the fuck is ti called? wher ehe fuck can i buy iut? w hat the fuck why doesn't anyone explain what this is in youtube videos they always lookl ike they're going to hint and it and then fuckcoff and say ntiohign about it and iafter listening to this pajeet motherfucker ramble on th4w3yr5 43for 390 seconds i still don't know how to fucking buy ione eat a dick fat
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>>3481180
i think its for the ef 50mm 1.8 stm but i have the usm what the fucj is wtobg eith thiese dobgusesass fucjibg weed shits
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>>3481205
Buy thehood that matches. Meanwhile, use a paper cup if you really need a hood until your replacement arrives
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>>3481222
That would look awful. If you don’t have a hood the best thing to do is hold your camera between your knees, cup your hands around the lens, and press the shutter button with your nose.
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>>3481222
>>3481230
how about i just fuck myself in the butthole with my thumb while screaming in a babies face
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I know it looks ridiculous but I advised him to buy the matching hood for his lens and use the paper cup hood as a quick temporary fix for a few days until he gets the new one

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Apart from price, give me one reason why I shouldn't buy one
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>>3481954
Japan Camera Hunter told me via email nobody can repair any of the T cameras in Japan anymore.

Damn, that's surprising. I would have though there would be at least a couple shops. Although for some reason I feel like the camera is less popular in Japan for some reason.
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>>3481952
>>3481953
>>3481955
Wow I see you used a camera. Now what's so special about it that it affects the photos?
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its a meme camera, lens gives to much vignetting and itll break easily
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>>3481962
Nothing really. I never made any comments on the cameras quality or anything. I'm not one of those people to drool over lens shaprness or "characteristis" *leica whores*, I just like a camera that's easy to use and I can carry everywhere.

It's hard to dispute that it's a great point and shoot. Well made, feels good in the hand and is nice to carry everyday. Aperture controls and exposure compensation give it something a lot of other P&S cameras don't have.

Obviously todays prices are crazy, but I paid $250CAD for mine 5 years ago. I wouldn't touch it with the current prices, but would easily pay $400CAD for a nice one.

Yes it's become a meme, thanks to bloggers and youtube people, but it's still a great camera once you get past all the hype.

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>>3481955
wew that horizon lad

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We're really helpful edition
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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

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So why aren't you making a feature film yet?

FAQS

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>>3480825
you shouldve mentioned that in your original post then faggot
80D tops out at 1080 dumbshit
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Is it worth getting an ultrawide monitor for editing? People have told me to get 1440p ultrawide if I do, but my budget is more like a 1080p ultrawide. I currently use a 1080p monitor anyway.
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>>3481071
if you edit on 1440p youll be able to see a 1:1 of the video
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>>3481071
ultrawide is gonna be blatantly better experience for editing than a standard 1080p monitor. The real dilemma is if its better than dual monitors. currently of the fence because everyone speaks to enthusiastically about the ultrawide that I can't tell if its really that much better than dual or its just people being awed by the new experience. almost all comparisons seems to focus on video games and not much from season video editors.
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>>3481867
Dual monitors would be better because you could do two things at once. And look at more data.

Why not do duel ultrawide monitors for the best of both worlds.

My usual setup is a monitor for editing and a professional colorist monitor for grading the footage.

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Prove to me that you don't need to have expensive gear to be a good photographer.

>Pro-tip: you can't
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>>3468264
At this point even low end bodies feature 24 MP, 12 stops of dynamic range and rather good low-light performance.
Combine that with any somewhat decent lense and you can take pictures far sharper and with higher dynamic range than most displays can show.
Even 4K is just barely above 8 MP and good luck finding a screen capable of three times as much, pretty much nobody will view your image on a screen with that high resolution.
These days it is far more about composition than it is about overall sharpness.
Either your pictures look good or they don't, unless you do a 100% crop side by side you won't see much of a difference most of the time.

If you want insane resolution, shoot CMS-20 II film in medium or large format and scan it at something like 20.000 dpi.
I don't see why anyone would need that much resolution, but it is about as much as you can get these days.
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>>3480742
That is fairly interesting at least.
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>>3480899
Not even that guy, but all of my film scans that I get done at a shop always come back in .jpg, whats wrong with jpg for film scans?
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>>3481459
A .tif file will offer more latitude when you process it.

Honestly though you have the negatives if you need to rescan so i wouldn't be super concerned about it unless it looks really bad.
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>>3468264
You're empirically wrong andf it's not even worth debating such a child like misconception.

We'll chat when you grow up. Off you toddle!

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Post stupid questions that need no extra thread. Use /gear/ for gear related stupid questions.
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>>3481884
Disregard my question

Figured out that the default radius of 0.50 on sharpening does hardly anything and you need to bump it up a tiny tad.

Then I tested with shooting jpeg + RAW and I actually do produce a crisper image with processing
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>>3481744
>Someone who can make his picture tell a story
go away, chris. nobody wants you here. every statement you make gets pulled apart. every post you make gets recognised because of your stinky attitude.
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>>3481894
You need to understand that sharpening doesn't actually sharpen images, though, it'sliterally just an illusion. Be careful and remember you must sharpen at every dimension the image will be displayed at for best results.

This means downsizing from the original, then sharpening for that specific res, and repeating the process for every way you plan to share your images.

Read more about it.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unsharp_masking

Sharpening will also bring out artifacts in fine detailed patterns and should be avoided. Also the 0.5 is the radius, don't forget you can adjust the strength as well.
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I'm doing a paper for uni on the topic of editing RAW files
I'd like to include example photos of various demosaicing algorithms and pixel peep a bit to hopefully point out the differences.

What sort of photo would be best to accomplish this? (assuming I don't just rip them straight from the rawtherapee wiki)

Should I just take a shot of a barcode?
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>>3481721
>Glass
>Bend
That's not how it works


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