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Can one be called a "pro photographer" if he doesn't give a flying fuck about video?
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>>3403407
While what you say is absolutely true, in the literal sense, in actuality there is much more to being a "professional photographer" than just earning money from it. Just my opinion. Those unprofessional "professionals" are what give the trade a bad rep. Ever notice that when a professional photographer is represented in mainstream movies, he's almost always either a sleazy creep or a bumbling idiot?
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>>3403375
>pro photographer
>video
how much weed have you smoken?
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>>3403375
photography = videography

yup legit.


but look at kubrick arguably the best film maker he started on photography. the skills are transferable. if your composition is good and your technical ideas are good you should be able to do both easily enough.
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>>3403746
kubrick was a director and not a cinematographer
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>>3403820
*Renaissance man

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Looking to upgrade from my D3400 to Full Frame.

D750 or D810 (possibly D850).

What would be a more ideal upgrade?
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>>3403665
Crop glass needs to be able to resolve twice as much detail as ff glass to offer the same level of detail in the final shot.

Pixel for pixel, crop lenses are MUCH more expensive as the smaller pixel pitch of crop is that much more demanding.

Also, fuji lenses are trash.

Crop. Is. A. False. Economy
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>>3403536
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PHYidejT3KY
Ignore fujifilm ad, get a speedbooster
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>>3403773
>fuji lenses are trash.
source?
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>>3403536
2nd hand d610

t. d750 user

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>>3403781
They're crop only and fuji don't have magical double resolving power glass.

Also, they render like trash, especially bokeh.

Just looking for some input as i am about to pull the trigger on a new tripod for traveling. I'm currently considering (in my budget) the ones below:

1. Leofoto LE254C + DB34 Ball Head
https://www.photoequipmentstore.com.au/leofoto-travel-angel-tripod-kit-carbon-fibre-le254c-db34/

2. Sirui A-1205 + Y-11 Ball Head
https://sirui-photo.com.au/product/sirui-a-1205-carbon-fibre-tripod-with-y-11-ball-head-and-convertible-monopod-leg/

3. Sirui T-1204x + K10X Ball Head - Discontinued, but there is a local used one for sale around the same price as the other tripods im considering.

4. Vanguard VEO 2 264CB
https://www.adorama.com/veo2264cb.html

Or if you can suggest something better around the same price?


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Isn't there a gear thread or something for asking these things? Do you need an entire thread for yourself?

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Who here /clean/gear/?

>Previous Thread
>>3381182

Forays into cleaning lenses, made do with warm-moist breath, fresh pack of soft q-tips, and a can of compressed air.

Wasn't sure about risking any of the microfibre cloths or glass cleaner fluid, but still noticed ever so slightly fine micro-scratches (we're talking many little ones perhaps a micrometer wide). I suppose its impossible to avoid, and it's not visible on images.

>Also new /gear/ thread. Discuss

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>>3404022
>>3404024

you might be able to find the old 70-200 2.8 D lens for around 200$
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>>3403863
>Promaster lenses
Depends. What lenses exactly and for what mount? Those are rebrands of Tokina or Tamron (or whatever) for many different mounts. Supposedly not too bad, so sure, if can use em.

But I would not recommend buying a pig in a bag.
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kinda random. but got this vintage tripod that is entirely metal. I got it for $10. how'd I do? how much are these usually worth? (kinda hard to tell since it's older) and do you think it would be worth using?

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>>3404620
Looks alright, test it out.
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>>3404287
Well, I've talked her down to $70 for the whole lot, which makes it even harder to analyze.

haven't noticed one being active, so i've decided to make one
Mi A1, GCam, Snapseed

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>>3395303
Took this in 2016
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>>3395650
I love this. So chaotic and dense. The only two things that are similar in the comp are the single man on the bicycle and stop light which is obvious but still one-of-many enough. The guy takes a second to see, at least on mobile, because he's so small but stands out beautifully. The only one not submitting to the border-blending of the crowd and the visually indifferentiable oversaturation of communication in the lights.

tldr: Love it. Saved.
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>>3395650
>>3403791

Also, curious how you landed this. Reflection? Double exposure? Digital overlap edit?

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Do you guys like this weird effect that people use to make themselves look more desirable? I'm talking about the eyes. I don't know the specifics for what this augmented filter is doing to the eyes, but a lot of people seem to be using it and I guess people do fall for it and perceive the subject to being attractive. What are your thoughts on this? What about youtubers abusing this effect?
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>>3403504
no
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>>3403504
that's the reflection of the lens
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>>3403504
>There seems to be a black dot where her pupils should be. It's way too small, I think. and it almost looks photoshopped on.
That's the reflection of the lens with a ring light around it. You're seeing the ring light reflected as the circle inside the pupil diameter, then the lens itself isn't shining light in so it's just black.
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>I guess people do fall for it and perceive the subject to being attractive.
No they fucking don't. Its creepy as fuck and shows inferior use of lighting since the pupil must have a minimum diameter ratio to the surrounding iris or it looks like a pinprick of black.

The ring light needs to be much, much larger, and ideally reflect from the birder between pupil and iris in order to get _that look_. It also qorks if the pupil is dilated really wide, say its adjusted to a dark room, and the ring line covers that outer layer of circumference before the border, while leaving a believable ratio of pupil to iris, pic related. The ring light reflection must also be visible, as opposed to your OP pic where its been locally shooped or edited to be the same luminosity as the iris, making it hard to spot.
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>people care about ring light
>literally lighting for thots

why

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What it comes to Fujifilm raw workflow I've heard that Lightroom is pretty garbage compared to Capture one. But now it really hit me; It's impossible to produce something like sooc jpeg from the raw file Lightroom is offering me. I've been converting my RAFs to DNGs inside Lightroom for years now and been quite happy with the results. Now I'm panicing a bit. Any workarounds besides switching to Capture One?

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bump
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>>3397993
x transformer loser reporting in
ain't being no bitch paying 219 for fuji support
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Irident ex user here...C1 Express is FREE for Fuji and Sony. Use C1 never go back.
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I’ve been using irident to Lightroom 5 for quite some time and I dont have huge complaints but I am getting curious about capture 1. I dont want to give up the user interface of lightroom though.

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that image comparison looks like you're editing in adobergb and exporting as srgb

just edit in srgb and you wont have any color issues

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>be me
>constanty remind myself that my D3200 is absolutely fine, and the 2 lenses I have are decent enough for me to not have any excuses
>my mfw when I see the low light-performance on new camera bodies

REEEEEEEEEE

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Even a D600 from 2012 will have amazing low light capability compared with crop sensors (i've been using that for 6 years). Don't be stingy and go full frame now on the cheap.
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>>3398475
A7II with a 24-70mm was selling for 1000U$D for black friday. Maybe the cheapest deal for a new full frame right now
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>>3402251
I actually picked one up during that deal. Coming from the 24mp Canon rabel t6i was a bit of a culture shock. I loved the flip out screen on the Rabel and the battery life shats all over the A7ii. But i love that i can use alot of legacy glass with the IBIS. And man does it take pretty photos

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>>3397351
A7s user here on easy street, except being too poor to upgrade.

What portion of your images are in low light? Fuck all?
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People have taken much better pictures with far shittier equipment.

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Would you say this image is edited? The face i mean
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>>3401026
Kek yes
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Bump
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>>3401026
>>3403668
Requests = >>>/wsr/

Jackson Hole wants you to stop geotagging your snapshits, and you know what? They're right. You shouldn't be posting exact location tags. It only encourages overuse and abuse of public lands. Geotags are OK if you keep them to a very broad area, but that's about it.

Discuss.
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>>3403482
>dishonest for leaving out the human element
lol the people who say this dumb shit are like the people who think all instrumental music is boring
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>>3403491

Stay salty, nerd. I live in a state with the world's very first wilderness area, and it's one of the few left in the country that's big enough for two weeks of backpacking, which I do every year.
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>>3403482
Thar thought that made you ask that question doesn't go all the way around. Think less stupidly and try again.
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>>3403528
This is a lie and you're fully aware of it.

Either that or you're a deluded fuck, I don't really care either way.
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>>3403540

lol k

Brokefag here, what are some of the cheapest ways to get good artificial lighting, I am particularly fond of low iso film, and lighting is often an issue for me.

any suggestions under 100? I'm willing to get creative with DIY shit.
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>>3403321
You could buy a stage LED light like pic related, but you're not going to like the price. Cheap ones look terrible on camera as well. Honestly if you're on a budget that tight, don't even bother with LEDs. Unless you want to go the Strobist route, I'd say get some cheap PAR38 cans and start playing around. Maybe some cheap LED tape if you really want saturated colors.
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>>3396323
>Strobist blog
Not OP, but thanks for posting this! Had forgotten all about that blog!
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>>3400204
Not OP, but this is good stuff! Thanks for your efforts!
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I have several nice point and shoot cameras I like to carry in my pocket. If I wanted to diffuse the flash on them what would be a good method? Scotch tape perhaps?
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Man you don't need to spend big bucks to have good light. I went full strobist when I started with OCF and I couldn't be happier. A Godox TT600 will cost you 70€ tops and a X1T controller is like 40 bucks. don't believe the hype and fuck profoto/broncolor and other.

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Hi, this photo looks edited in a way that

a) colors grayed, out
b) yellow, blue and some red color is highlighted a bit more
c) the contours of the building seem a bit more "sharp" or have a bit more "depth"


im specifically interested in "c)" - anyone has an idea what this edit is called? I have lightroom, photo has probably been edited with lightroom as well.
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clarity slider
put it to the right
desaturate to taste
done
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>>3403518
thanks my fren

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Everything I do feels derivative as fuck, and I don't know how to escape it.

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>>3402970
It’s all good man. It’s my picture it’s not my most exciting from that day. Can’t please all the people all the time.
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>>3402814
I don't read any blogs, I have one single photography book on composition. No quotes, no weird esoteric shit, just a guy trying to figure this all out.

>pick a subject and what you're trying to show then develop a series using the same settings, the same theme, the same colour palette

This is the kind of advice I'm looking for.

>>3402860
>if those cups were ultra rare for some reason then align them up in a way with something else in the shot to give it a purpose. Idk taking pictures of cups isn’t my thing so I could be way off but if the subject of the photo is boring make it interesting. A hand reaching for a specific cup would be cool
Just as a side story, the mugs are all shaving mugs, which I guess in ye olden dayes one would purchase, leave at the barber shop, and when you show up you'd grab your mug. This was considered to be more sanitary, and so the barbershop would have a wall of mugs like this. That shot was taken in a museum of yesteryear.

I do agree the shot in and of itself doesn't really convey much, which is why I'm saying I struggle with story, or narrative in my pictures. I have like half the equation, but am missing that extra bit that goes above and beyond your average photographer. I don't know where to find even the first steps to that path, which is why I'm here.

I appreciate all the responses, and will do better to start developing a theme. It would appear that's my next step. It's something I've been working on a bit, and am struggling to figure out how to convey it photographically in some respects.


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>>3402983
Okay shaving cup is even more interesting now knowing that. Work with that. Get someone to use it to shave and take a photo series of that. Take a picture of someone looking for “their cup” then shaving or being shaved if possible and keep the cup in all the shots. I’m not trying to be condescending or tell you what to do just giving you some direction if you’re struggling. Keep shooting with purpose. Talk to friends about their hobbies or trades and shoot them doing that stuff. So for this someone welding isn’t super exciting I focused on the light of the torch. The atmosphere wasn’t exciting and what was being welded didn’t matter. I wanted the intimacy of the person working.

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>>3402998
Not OP here, but just wanted to say that your response is very much appreciated. I wish more people on /p/ were actually interested in trying to help others, but unfortunately it seems this board is populated by those who, for whatever asinine reasons, seem to get their kicks by trashing/criticizing/humiliating whatever others choose to post.
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>>3403418
They are projecting or looking for a reaction. Fuck em.

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How can they even compete?
Single card slots!? Everyone knows pros need duel card slots!
What do they think it is, 1994?
Kodak is the future of digital photography, lads.
Canon and Nikon are FINISHED.
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>>3402820
Name of the model?
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Nikon have always been shite
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>>3403413
>not getting the joke at all
Zoomers...
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>>3403412
1D, DCS 520, D1
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>>3402829
1 in 2 cards fails according to our viewer data

How do you guys with x100(x) series cameras edit your photos? Any film presets? I come from shooting film and got an x100t as an every day shooter but i dont like the colors im getting sooc using classic chrome.

I see that deadpan snowy anon post his x100 shots and know its a capable camera. Pls help

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>>3395976
shoot provia and raw, if you don't like the jpeg get in capture one (you can install the fuji film simulations) and just edit like you normally would, while trying out different film simulations
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>>3402339
asshole
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>>3402914
Lmao, sounds like i hit a nerve with this young, fat fuji cuck.
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>>3401345
>if you spend fuck all time making your vacation pictures look better there's something wrong with you
Okay anon, why do you do this hobby again?
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>>3395976
My x100 was my fav cam. Bought two of em. Loved it even over my D800E. Sold them and always regretted it.

I set everything in camera to shoot as neutral as possible. Low contrast.

There where times when it would produce slight off colors but absolutely nothing that couldn't be fixed in half a second in lightroom.

I eagerly await buying another one.


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