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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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plustek edition

old thread: >>3598177
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.
Post photos as often as possible, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!

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

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you're still getting the lab to scan your images
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>>3603630
>It's also fast once you have it set up. I'll have to figure out how to keep the film perfectly flat, but beyond that I don't see why the results wouldn't at least match noritsu level quality.
How do you plan to invert the scans and colour correct?
Figure this out first, because manual inversion is a bitch and timesink.
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>>3603644
No, not even close.
>>3603707
NLP full auto, if the neg is all fucked and has colour casts I'll adjust the wb after inversion.
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Get a proper color conversion workflow going. I can scan with muhsony and batch edit a 36exp roll in <10min. But I have PS actions I've made to make the inversion/colorcorrecting part as painless as possible.

>>3603661
Pentax is a bad example, because as pointed out a lot of their later cameras had some major design flaws. However, you can pick up 90s era Canon or Nikon era SLRs for a few bucks. Those are killer deals.

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portra 400

>lab scan

ironic that we all shoot film to then debate over which digital scanner produces the best result lol

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Submit, rate, critique, have fun, etc...

Some photos from my very first roll of film. Last one is a B&W conversion.

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>>3602418
It is $26 for low res develop and scan for c41 and $30 for b/w in Australia.
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>>3603625
>$30 for b/w
Only literally cucks get their black and white film developed at a lab
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>>3597972
5/10
good lighting and depth, but it's not a particularly unique thing to capture.

>>3602336
holy shit thats cheap wtf i love germany now
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>>3603624
Can you not import a stack of film from Japan or Germany?
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>>3603780
i'm not seeing any decent pricing on ebay, otherwise i have no idea where to look.

Wasn't the point of mirrorless to be small and stealthy?

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>>3603368
You're a fucking retard and you've very, VERY likely never had a single paying client in your life. No one, absolutely fucking NO ONE cares what camera you show up with, unless they have specific requirements and request specific gear, for example an architectural job specifically requiring a pro grade tilt-shift set-up, or a museum archival gig requiring MF with a true 1:1 Macro lens, or a marketing/art director requesting "swirly bokeh effect" and shit like that.

No one, absolutely fucking NOBODY cares how large your camera is or what brand it is in the wider market. It's hilarious when you retards come here and try to pretend like you're pros.
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>>3603684
>gets mad over nothing
>types in caps like angry 12 year old
>repeats words like angry 12 year old
>gear doesn't matter
>except maybe MF (lol)
>nobody cares about size
>I am a pro!

You have no idea what you're saying. Every pro knows that plenty of clients (especially events) are visually illiterate and only see the gear. Half the time, the photographer is as much about image as taking images. You're hired to have a presence. What you said flies in the face of about 25% of my experiences and those of others. Clients (especially first timers) want to see your gear as much as your portfolio. It's been an inside joke for years. You sound like Limpfaggot you're so adamant of your own bullshit.
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>>3603774
This.
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>>3603775
It's funny because by using purist photographer logic (it's the shot that matters not the gear) he outs himself as someone who isn't a working pro; clients are not photographers and he is too inexperienced / stupid to realize this. Basically just a LARPer spouting his opinions. Likely the owner of babby gear. Not that there's anything wrong with owning babby gear... but there is something wrong with LARPing.
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>>3603781
I can attest that many photograph gigs i tried to attend to were demanding specific FF gear, with specific lenses and all.

Post stupid questions that need no extra thread. Use /gear/ for gear related stupid questions.

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>>3603755
a little bit of fill flash
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>>3603698
Can you elaborate on why? Are you suggesting I buy the accessories separately?
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>>3603767
You’ll likely pay less for the same items that matter (body & lens) and they offer a really good warranty—last i knew it was good for one year after purchase. The accessories that come with those bundles are usually shit, and a lot of the stuff you probably won’t use. I couldn’t get your link to work, so I’m not sure what all’s included, but if it’s like the stuff peddled on amazon then it’s junk.

I found out the hard way first hand when I bought my first DSLR a few years ago from amazon. It came bundled with all sorts of stuff that dazzles noob-me. Turns out the only things worth a damn were the camera and lens.
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>>3603771
I see. Well will a t7 cover the ground or would I need something better. I would like to take close ups of flowers, shots of city skylines, and beach horizons since that's what's readily available to shoot. I would be interested in taking pictures of the city at night as well. Thanks for the help so far.
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alright lads, after deleting all the bloat and stuff off my windows 10 pc, i realised i have no software to open photos lmao..
what are you guys using that is free and relitively light weight? or should i just download gimp?

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First thread of 2020 edition
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.

>STICKY - https://pastebin.com/ryMSvthn
>Helpful guide, additional books and more in-depth FAQs - https://pastebin.com/kG0gRmTZ

>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 >>3586158
Can we cool it with the argument over dual native iso? No one gives a shit

Quick FAQS

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Can someone recommend some carrying cases? Big enough to hold a DSLR and some lenses.
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>>3603692

I use the Peak Design everyday bags for this, but you can always just pick up some no name camera bag/sling off amazon for next to nothing.
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how does the fully tricked out bmpcc4k compare to a HC-X1?
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>>3603580
Thanks anon I’ll work on the eye catch light on my next video
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how can improve as a colorist? every time i watch a tutorial, i think to myself, "that looks pretty good," and then they go on to tune minute details that i wouldn't have thought of. they'll bump up a setting a tiny bit and i wonder how they can tell what's going on. is it all just bullshit? i wonder
also, there are so many tutorials. i don't even know which ones are legitimate. 'cause you know people just copy each other and that becomes the standard. i want to learn how to fish, you know?

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I think Sony sucks

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A thread to post your best architecture photatos.

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>>3602631
Yeah - didn't have a tripod with me. Might go back and re-shoot it.

>>3602792
>>3602795
>>3602840
Thanks for the input guys. Much love!

Will give some crit for the other posts in a bit.
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>>3602799
I like it but wonder if it would work better as 1:1 with the negative space on the right taken away. Nice tones too btw.

>>3603294
>It's the new US embassy in Vauxhal
Will have to check it out.

>>3603298
>>3603302
Decent but the tones are a bit muddy (looks like you are dealing with two different light temps which is tricky). Can't check right now in terms of alignment but they look pretty close to nailing the symmetry.

>>3603303
>>3603305
Much better tones, the second one is the strongest out of them all imo.


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>>3603738

Just mess around with it and see what you get out of it with what you know. I personally have always had bad experiences with bridge cameras cause I thought they were "real" cameras when I was a kid and hated everything I got out of them and kept me away from the hobby because of it.
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>>3603742
Thanks for the help anon :)

Yeah I reckon I'll just use this until I've saved up for a proper DSLR

Should be fun for fucking around with at least
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An 85mm f1.2 for E-mount when? I just want someone to do it.
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>>3603764
Sigma will do a mirrorless native with F1,2 eventually.
It will be massive and heavy though.
Sony will get around to such a lens as well, since they like to follow Canon's footsteps.

For now we have the Samyang lens whose F1,4 aperture is slightly bigger than the other F1,4 lenses>>3603312
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>A veeery solid source (THANK YOU!) said that Sony is nearly ready to launch a new wide angle high quality lens. I have been told Sony marketing on this lens will feature many Astro shots and Auroras. I got no timeframe for the release but I suspect the announcement will be made within very few months.
It's happening boys.

Apparently the 24GM was highly successful in sales.
And people praised it for its Sagittal flare suppression, and Coma suppression.
They now decided to go ahead with more recipes of lenses with high precision sagittal-meridional alignment.

Is there a lens + speed booster combo that’ll let me use my iphone 11 with fullframe lenses

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https://m.dpreview.com/videos/3076880866/this-adapter-lets-you-attach-huge-cinema-lenses-to-your-smartphone
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>>3603635
if you find an speedbooster at least get a phone that can do raw and full manual, also be prepared for some disapointment as you are gona photograph throug a lens then an speedbooster and then the crappy lens of the phone onto a tiny sensor. a phone is never gona reach the iq of larger format camera systems that is physically imposible!
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On the topic: Did anyone ever try out this camera mod for the MotoZ?
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>>3603722
lol i remember seeing the commercials for those motomod things and just knowing instantly how hard they were gonna flop

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which photo of yours has received the most exposure and what's the story behind it? how much exposure did you get in return?

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Anyone interested in a Glasgow meetup?

We had one before but only two of us showed up, maybe we'll have more luck if we try again?
https://archive.nyafuu.org/p/thread/3350906/#q3353833
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>>3603484
organize one yourself!
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no one can beat the london meet
what a line up
six tripfags in attendance, hundreds of photos, and meme after meme.
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tried to remake Preludes with a film camera, gave up halfway and went to a lesbian club where my friend was DJing and my other friend was bouncing and took pictures. I guess in a way it makes its own poem?

"The winter evening settles down, with smells of steaks in passageways"

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fin

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>>3603674
Fav of the set.
Not a fan of this serie. A lot of blurry pictures, and the subjects are not very engaging. Thanks for sharing.

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I'm looking for a good secondary camera that I can carry around much easier than my DSLR. I've been looking around at compact cameras and I'd really like the Ricoh GR III, but I'm not ready to spend the premium for a camera that I'm not sure about. Does anyone have any thoughts on the GR II? Is it comparable to the GR III, and is it worth the price on the secondary market?
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>>3603061
terrible bait.
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>>3603057
if you want something low cost and comparable to the GRIII's sensor, then XF10 is another option, just use snap focus most the time. Currently can even get it for around $360 bnew with fuji intl wrty
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>>3603057
Ricoh WG-5 GPS

It's got a half-inch sensor, 4x optical zoom, and the gunmetal one looks badass. Totally dustproof, take it underwater with you also
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>>3603057
Get a II. The III is overpriced and the II is still a great camera. The image quality is great and the form factor is perfect for a second camera. I use mine a lot, the fact that it's not that expensive also helps with that, you don't have to worry about scratches or wear, just throw it in a bag or pocket and take it with you everywhere you go.
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>>3603061
+1 you might as well get an a6000 and a manual prime. blows this piece of shit ouf ot the water and if u get dust on the sensor wow you just clean it. if your GR gets dust its dead.

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I had been working on this personal project from the last 5 months. trying to get something out every month because if i dont do shit i feel like im going to die.
if you guys want to check it out
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>>3603746
>https://doingblowgivingblow.tumblr.com/
I think I follow you on IG. Keep up the good work bro


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