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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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r8 my fibonacci spaniel

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>>3421819
Overexposed, under lit, your color temp makes everything look like piss, and your dog looks ugly.
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>>3421824
Ah you clearly don't understand art my good friend.

Leave me and the other adults that did a year of photographic studies discuss the front piece for my latest series in peace, maybe photography isn't for you.
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>>3421819
Unironically saved and made desktop

So we all hear about how good Fuji JPEGs are. How do you set up you film simulation? I've been taking a look at this blog (which I feel like gets thrown around a lot) and they seem to do a lot of white balance shift stuff to get the looks they're going for.

Is this too gimmicky and instagram filtery or is it a pretty valid way to get good images right out of the camera?

https://fujixweekly.wordpress.com/2018/05/07/fujifilm-x100f-film-simulation-settings/
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>>3421727
Vsco is worth it if you want accurate film sims, they do it by reverse engineering actual film shots.

Honestly, i find fuji jpeg settings to be gross and unnatural looking. So yeah, I'm sure you can pick a preset and stick with it, it's just instagram but for people with delusions of talent.
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So if I wanted to use VSCO mobile with a Fuji camera, how should I set my JPEG settings? Just Provia without tweaking anything?
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>is it a pretty valid way to get good images right out of the camera?
YES
>does it look like film?
you didn't ask this where did i get this from wtf
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Classic chrome with +1 color and -1 highlights. Love that look.

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>>3421802
No. I did a bit of testing with internal sims on my Fuji and found that ProNeg Std is way better solution for a neutral look. Doesnt crunch shadows and also leaves good skin tones.

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Does anyone have experience and advice for studio portrait work? It's something I'm thinking of getting into but have little/no experience.
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Yes
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go to photography school
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>>3421738
Retired portrait/wedding guy here... It's been a really tough market to break into for the past decade or more, if you're thinking about making a living at it.
What kind of info are you looking for, specifically?

Trying to photograph the milky way or even terrestrials. But something is wrong.
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If there's a lot of light pollution in your area you're gonna have a hard time in any case.

Do expect to have to do some processing to get a nice result. Lightroom's new dehaze slider works miraculously well in some cases (with clouds etc.).

I've only shot stars a handful of times but on my most succesful attempt I tried shooting a bunch of semi-long exposures and then auto align and stack them in photoshop. Don't know if that's the proper way to do it but it seems to have worked out pretty well I think, pic related. Maybe try that.
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>>3421737
Way, way WAY to much light pollution in your shot, if you see a light from a house, road, anything it's way to bright.
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>>3421734
LOL

it's fake. See this?>>3421735

It's produced by photographing the milky way in a remote area, then running the pic through a photoshop filter that enhances pictures of the milky way.
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>>3421835

> I'm a complete retard who doesn't understand how to take night-photos so I assume it's all fake and uses "photoshop filters"

Throw your laptop in a dumpster, idiot.
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>>3421844
>I wasn't aware that there are single-purpose photoshop filters that enhance milky way photographs, and that all of these photos were run through them.
Pls don't contribute unless you know something about photography.

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finally a pentax edition - edition

everything related to gear goes into this thread
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>>3421381
Just get a chink external shutter release cable with intervelometer.
$20
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>>3421340
>$130
D90 12mp useable ISO 800
And a 3rd party intervelometer cable. Like anon said.
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>>3421818
Been seeing D7000 in the $200 range.
Uses the same battery as your D750 has a built in intervelometer and has dual sd card slots.
Probably worth it.
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>>3421826
wanna try a fourth time?
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>>3419222
That is pretty sexy 2bhwyf

Too bad it's a fucking pentax

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Made a new video about nyc, any feedback would be appreciated because Im a newbie. Also some pictures I took that day.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqWCrVbI60w

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Do you primarily do photography or cinematography? What is the major difference between the two, besides the obvious. Something you have to think about with film that you don't with still shots.
I have a Canon rebel ti5, not really the type of camera to do film, but I've thought about branching into it lately.
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>>3421822
At the moment I do both equally. For me at least when I taking video Im focused on capturing the moment/subject, while with photos Im more focused on composition and framing the photo.

Go ahead and try it, I have been having lots of fun with it and not taking it to serious just a couple 15 sec clips throughout my day to make a video to look back on.

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>>3421830
Alright, I'll take your advice anon and just do some short, 15 second clips and see how they look. Keep up the good work.
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Stupid questions that need no extra thread. Post them here and get enlightened.
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>>3421762
darken the background in post
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>>3421639
Do you have the sort of tripod with an interchangeable tripod head? You might be able to replace it an umbrella bracket.
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>>3413996
How do I get her back :( That's my stupid question
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>>3421839
put her back in in post
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>>3421843

Heheh yeah I'll just start posting creepy facebook posts with her photoshopped in. Would be low-key funny 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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>>3421068
Only if you can test it beforehand. Mavic are top quality, but a shit ton can go wrong with drones. Motor fixes are fairly easy and cheap repair, but if it's got some chipset problems, you can be stranded with a brick.
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made a video about nyc, any feedback would be appreciated im pretty new

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqWCrVbI60w
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General unmotivated camera movement. There's no reason for why you're moving/showing what you're moving/showing.

I have no idea of what the story is. I know it's not a fiction piece, but "New york city but empty" is a story, "this is the skatepark I hang out with my mates at" is at least the start of a story. This doesn't have any motivation for the edit or the cinematography.

The next thing I'd shoot, if I were you, is a video of your mates trying to learn a new trick. Only shoot what you can from within that skatepark (it seems there's a few interesting vistas around it).

What were you using to shoot this? Do you have zoom/different focal lengths? Do what you can to get a mixture of shot types - I want to see your friends grinning, walking towards the camera, smug as they're the first to land it, or close up on the feet as they try to master it.

I don't mind the black and white - it's a natural fit for skate photography in a park like that - but you've got to embrace the contrasts. Look for the interesting geometrics - I'm still trying to figure this out myself, but here's a still I've done.

The music doesn't help your pace or rythm, but you have reminded me I want to get really blazed and watch Koyaanisqatsi this year.
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>>3421793
>>3421805
this being the reply to this, obviously.
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>>3421805
Okay, thank you so much for the feedback. Ive read what you said and I agree. Ive been watching other skate videos and have noticed how they leave in the skater failing the trick and keeping on trying to build a story.

The people in my video were the first time meeting them but I will work on being friends with the subject to show a more deeper and genuine portrayal of the moment.

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I went back and took a look at the photos I took when I lived in Lofoten in 2012. God damn my compositions were so shit. I need to go back and shoot better pictures. Such an awesome landscape. I also fell for the zeiss 21 meme. Do not fall for it. While it has a nice 3D rendering in some situations, the color fringing is horrible. There's not a single high contrast scene where it is not ruining the ridge line. You can "fix" it in post, at the cost of having a nice halo around your edges.

On a more positive note my post processing has gotten a lot better since then. Especially my B&W.

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>>3421319
Anon Adams delivered, hallelujah!
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Why do I always see you working on the same set of fucking photos
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>>3421392
The first three haven't been posted before. I chose the image in the guide because it is a good example. You should also always go back and take a look at images when you've had time to distance yourself from then. Unless you don't want to improve that is.
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Even tho the photos are good, Ansel Adams is overdone. And it stopped being interesting after the 1000th photo.
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>>3421797
> Even tho the photos are good, Vivian Maier is overdone. And it stopped being interesting after the 1000th photo.

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I like taking pics of cars.
I know /p/ usually shits on car photography, but I enjoy it.
C+C always appreciated.
1/10

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>>3421188
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>>3421190
>>3421191

5/5

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>>3406101
thanks my dude

used a 35mm 1.8

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Roast me please.
i've got my first dslr yesterday (700D).
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>>3421571
Make your comment along your picture, use a tripod and check your focusing in live-view, use a longer exposure to light-paint your toy with a small lamp (or your smartphone). Also crushed blacks are crushed.

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Hello /p/,

I received a camera at Christmas and I am learning by myself about photography and editing. These are some photos I've taken this week.

Give me your feedback. Where should I improve? What can I learn? I'm learning about long exposures right now.

1/8
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why is there a black bar in the corner of all of them (except 3 and 8)?
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>>3415869
>>3415871
>>3415872
>>3415876
they look a bit dull and flat, you should increase the saturation, contrast and clarity in lightroom/ps
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>>3415869
best in thread, albeit a snapshit
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>>3417373
Hes blocking his shitty instagram handle lmao
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Lacking motivation to go out and shoot? Want to take photos but don’t know of what? Looking for ways to get better at your craft? Here’s the thread for you!

THIS MONTH’S ASSIGNMENTS
>1) Posed portrait, one single point light source. A desk lamp will do fine, or an isolated lamppost at night if you do street. Background can be completely black, or lighted as you wish.
2) Landscape during blue hour. Optional: include a BIG BLACK rOCK. Or a statue with a big black cock if it's a cityscape.
3) "Light"
4) S-shaped line
OPTIONAL "ONE MONTH? IT LITERALLY TAKES 1/250th x4 SECONDS"-MODE
>Triptychs for all of these assignments

HOW DOES IT WORK
>4 assignments changing every month (LISTED ABOVE) but categorized in 4 recurring themes
>You can try them in any order you like
>Recurring themes are 1) human subject 2) environment 3) abstract concept 4) compositional element
>1) Posed or candid portraits, or taking pictures with humans being a prominent element, like street photography

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>>3421230
Fuck me, it's complete garbage on full. Disregard post.
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Portrait, though the lamp in my kitchen has sort of diffused light. Will probably try again.
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S-curve
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>S-shape.
The rest are probably going to be easier, since the weather is finally clearing where I live
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>>3421662
>Portrait

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>>3421288
Everything is "Ok" I'm not sure if B&W improved your pics. If it didn't, leave the color. Nepal is to most of the IG audience "Exotic" and you've taken some pictures of it, but the individual photos and the feed in general don't tell anything about Nepal. There is no story in your shots.

>>3420921
Taking a photo of the back of someone is almost never a good idea. All your shots look like you were a tourist somewhere and thought "Oh, this is pretty" and took a snap. Read books and/or watch more tutorials on comp, color, and editing.

>>3420860
Like above, this looks like tourist photography. Photos of people are typically more interesting than photos of things. Like the dude above said, the colors are nice.

>>3420838
Like 2 of the shots are pretty good, but stop with the PS. Double exposure is like hiring a hooker in Thailand. If you do it right, it's a fun thing and a good story. More than likely it's going to be a travesty.

>>3420759
Looks like you could get an A in a HS photography class, but there is nothing there that would make me want to look at your photos more than once.


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>>3421753
Your account is private ass hat. Not following just to look
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>>3421784
False
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>>3421791
I regret seeing the proof.
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@jermybeeee anyone trying to meet up?

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> selling yashica t3 on eBay
> some fucking arthoe sends me a message about how she likes Terry Richardson’s art style and other pretentious bullshit and that she can’t afford the camera
What the fuck did that fucking thot think I would do?

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Gift it to her.
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>>3421790
I’m wonder if that would work.
Pretending to be a arthole to get free shit.
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>>3421788
>op is clearly in the start of a porno, but missing his cue
Later, he’s going to post that some bitch ordered a pizza and then didn’t have the cash to pay when he delivered it, so he had to go back to his manager and have her blacklisted.
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>mfw found a T3 in the scrap pile at the local electronic surplus warehouse and paid 5 bucks for it
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And that thot... was a beautiful, intelligent, and talented... 45yo man (me)


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