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I got a question, what would be the best camerafor nighttime/dusk cityscapes shots and nature shots?. AE-1 35mm?, Yes im completely vanilla to photography and what camera is best. I just know the ae-1 is a good beginner film camera. Also. in your opion what is better film or digital?
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>>3433772
>30 seconds at ISO 200
I feel like this would just over expose everything.
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>>3433814
film long exposure times are different from digital because of reciprocity failure
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>>3433821
yeah you have to check the data sheet because all films are different. I regularly expose fuji superia 400 for 2-4 seconds and nothing weird happens. longer than that and you need to account for it.

>>3433656
I really don't think the camera matters you just want a fast prime lens like a 50mm or 35mm f1.4 and I personally like 400 speed film as a good all around day/night speed.

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>>3433851
>tfw digital will never get such beautiful natural graining and light patterning bloom across the film.
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>>3433656
The one you have

Went to Iceland, took some film. Didn't clean the scans yet, sorry.

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>>3432695
>>3432697
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>>3432712
Noice

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why do tv shows and movies choose to use really old camera viewfinders when showing a camera?
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>>3433675
>why do movie superheroes wear a generic cap, plain shirt, leather jacket, straight cut pants and boots? did they lose brand sponsors? or are they all just manchild boomers stuck in the 80s?
>why are movies of today full of unnecessary CGI? I guess the real world too hard to live in nowadays.
>why are movies full of too much background music? or did I just attend a concerto of orchestra disguised as a movie?
>why do movie animations have characters that always scream? are they all deaf? or are the audience deaf?
>why is the camera always shaking during a fight scene? this earthquake again?
>why do hackers in movies always wear sunglasses and a hood in a low lit room? is the monitor too bright and uncalibrated? is the aircon set too low and remote busted? are they using incognito mode instead of 7 proxies?
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>>3433712
i bet this post sounded a lot better in your head
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>>3433675
and even when they show new cameras they use shutter sounds from old film cameras
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>>3433736
Aw... Someone lost his sense for humour. Bet you don't even know where op's screen came from.
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>>3434001
Augh, what a fag

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Took some pictures while testing out an old Russian lens (Industar-61). Feel free to send me anonymous hate or whatever.

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One last photo before this falls off the world.

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Absolutely love old lenses on digital.
Old Soviet and East German lenses have crazy looking bokeh. Good images bro!
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>>3432441
Thanks!

And yeah, I’m surprised how nice this lens is. I thought it had a weird blue tint at first, but it turned out I was just an idiot and had managed to accidentally put my a7ii into manual white balance mode. Fortunately, I was shooting raw so it didn’t really matter.
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>>3430079
I'd import that rooster.
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>>3432997
>I need that big, hard cock

Sun's about to set.
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Usually when I stumble upon such pieces of work, I set the picture on full screen and prepare myself some coffee (sometimes even an expensive bottle of red wine) and stare at the art whilst drinking my beverage. It really takes a giant idiot to think that these delicacies are appreciated by a quick 'image hover' on 4chan, when in reality one has to study it as if it were in a museum. Who would appreciate 'Starry Night' if it was on your $200 phone's screen (because let's be honest, if you're a regular in this board you're most likely poor) or on your 1080p Black-Friday-Deal laptop? Distance yourself from your own mental limitations and do something right for once.

Anyways, when I finished my drink I had to take a moment for myself, if you know what I mean. This picture has led me to believe that I must obtain whatever gear you used in order to take my craft one step closer to your masterpiece. What a magnificent photography you have created here, Anon. I cannot believe that your work hasn't been published in magazines, or presented in art galleries all around the world. Truly, a thing to behold, and it boggles my mind that you're not a tripfag (or else, I would follow your work closely). Even the title of this work is just... I... I have no words to describe what I felt!

Please keep us updated! This board needs more professional photographers like you. If only half of the idiots that browse this board would have an ounce of your creative mind, this wouldn't be such a barbaric, gear-fagging board as it is in its current state.

Thanks for making my day Anon, and I wish to see more of your art often. You should sign your photographs!

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Plz Help
Be me, taken decent shots but still nooblet when it comes to photography.

I take alot of pictures of cars and i cant seem to get that beautiful crisp picture i see everyone else getting.
My only good shots really only show when im using a macro and stand like 50 yards away from what im shooting.
What do.

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>>3433884

I don't do discord

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>>3433890
What do you do?
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>>3433894

Dedicated over 10 years of my life so far to learning photography, and I'm still nowhere close to where I want to be.

First suggestion I can make, shoot in RAW. Shooting in jpg limits the quality of the edits made in Lightroom or any other editing software. You shot this on a Canon T3i, I also have one of these collecting dust at home, and it will allow you to shoot in RAW. Look in the camera manual if you're unsure how to do this. RAW files that come out of that camera are uncompressed and retain all information, whereas jpg are compressed and clip unused data.

Second, get a good photo editing software. Looks like the photo's you posted came straight out of camera. Lightroom has a lot of advanced features, but it's designed with the novice in mind with some auto settings to get you started. There are other less expensive options available as well. RAW files will look like piss straight out of camera, until you import into the software and start making changes.

Third, a lot of reading and trial and error.
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>>3433849
That lens is a must have for starting out. They really bottled lightning with that thing. Amazing for the price.
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>>3433903
Sounds good, ill look into it. Thanks for the help

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>photoedit

Why don't you make drawing or painting? It's not real photo after you have edited it.
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>>3433892
low quality bait.jpg

back to /b/ you go

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This is the thread where we discuss everything related to gear.

What camera is gud? ASK HERE!
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Alternatives?
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Does anyone know how well these foldable beauty dishes work? Will it produce anything like the light from a regular metal one? It just seems nicer to have one that isnt an enormous metal bowl lying around all the time.

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>>3433822

I bought an A99ii so I could use it with old Minolta glass. A99ii might be the last hurrah for the A-mount so I went for it. Now I am spending all my money collecting more Minolta glass. I currently have

50mm 1.7
28-85mm 4.5
100mm Macro 2.8
70-200mm 2.8 APO

Trying to decide which one to get next.
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poorfag here, could drop a couple hundred on a camera+lens but not like $500 on just a body
just want a nice cheap dedicated camera for infrequent use
don't mind buying used stuff
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>>3432278
I got a used M4800 for like $400
it's got a very nice display

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that, and spike jonze early works

I'm really interested in action photography in 35mm, so I'm looking for some inspiration
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Daniel Harold Sturt is really good. Shot a lot of photos late 90's early 2000's and is pretty elusive. There's not much known about the guy, aside from stories of him sneaking around. You've likely seen his photos from over the years.

Others I'll list at random. Tobin Yelland, Scott Pommier, Mike Blabac, Oliver Barton, Mike O'Meally, Atiba. Some of them are shooting digital now, so you'd have to go back through their archives. These are more contemporary photographers for the most part.

Not many people shoot film in the skateboard world anymore. 43 magazine was pretty cool though. It lasted a few years, and was fully film IIRC.
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Fred mortagne, even though a lot of his work is on a Leica M monochrome these days he still has a pretty big backlog of film shots. And of course the aforementioned Atiba Jefferson.

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>>3433595
Yeah, i know that not so much people take film skate photos, i think that's sad, there is something in that transworld 90s covers that make me wanna take photos mostly on film.
I have the hope that there is gonna be a revival after all those people using film again. I dont like so much that weird unreal style that a lot of digital skate photographers have right now
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>>3433706
I really don't foresee film coming back in a big way. Shooting digital is SO much easier, and with the industry so demanding about publishing items on social media RIGHT AWAY, it's not really feasible for professionals. Plus there's so much uncertainty with film, you only know if you got the shot when you're back in your darkroom.

I know some of the GX1000 guys shoot film (i know https://www.instagram.com/oldirtyaldavis/?hl=en for sure does). The booklet that came with their movie is a bunch of film shots.

Something else worth checking out is a recent series by illford, talking with some skaters about shooting film: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLarwq93oldzQ7jebYkhYA6bagabds-Xib

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>>3431575
i've been into it for like 6 years or so, since i was a freshman in hs, thanks anon :)
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>>3431728
i hope you get A+ in all your papers anon, op here
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When are you going to Europe?
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>>3425735
Anon, I love these pics, your work is awesome. Can't wait to collab with you in Australia some time
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>>3433676
ty for bump
you know when i’m going to europe

>>3433787
kind words, I’m keen to collab! Just keep me safe from spiders, vegemite and drop bears

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idk man
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fucking phoneshitters, it's not gonna be good no matter what you do to it but at least do 30 seconds of editing so it looks like this instead of the fucking mess you posted
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>>3433829
shit, forgot pic
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>>3433829
phones are fine, it's just that almost every single one of them takes a snapshit without any composition or work at all and posts an entire thread dedicated to it.
I have seen good photos taken with phones here but they've been edited and worked on like any other photographer and I think it's a testament that it's the photographer who creates a good photo and not the camera.
also please use the sage function, it goes into the options field as always.
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>>3433792
>not recognizing pasta
>phoneshitter
Business as usual.

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Is there someone who knows what this thing is called? Inherited it and only found out that it looks somewhat similar to the Agfa Synchro Box, the little latches to take it apart and the shutter release look the same

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more pics please
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There's nothing else to see on the thing

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>>3433796
Kodak Brownie Box Camera.
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>>3433819
The 2 to be exact I would guess. Made around 1901-1925 possibly.

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Hey /p/ what are some photographic journals you follow or actually buy?

I'm looking to widen my horizon, looking especially for contemporary art photography (rather than documentary).

Pic not very related
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bump for interest
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I'm considering submitting work to Burn Magazine. Anybody have any advice?
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>>3433153
What are you considering to enter, thematically?
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The only one I've bought recently is Math, but I love it.
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>>3433371
A couple pics from a series I'm trying to put together regarding the aesthetics of propaganda. I'm mainly curious if it's acceptable to submit only 1 or 2 pics to a magazine at a time, I don't really want to submit any more than that.

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So I just got the scans of my latest Eterna 500t roll, and i don't know if this result is developer's fault or my STX-1 meter is all wrong.
Is there anyway to fix this in PS/LR? The methods I used before won't work on these

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>>3433428
Okay, then i'll stop using bulk made rolls
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>>3433176
How's this?

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they look good the way they are desu thats why i love film you never really know what youre gonna get
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>>3433501
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whatever you're using to process the scans isn't doing it right. film has an orange tint to it, which ends up being blue whenthe colors are inverted. this is supposed to be compensated for by your scanner/software. you can manually adjust each rgb channel in PS or LR but it can be time consuming.

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I'm just interested how's the forum working there, and it's behind paywall. Any advanced guides and stuff there?
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It's the dadtography center of the universe. You'll have something like 20 years of knowledge concentrated in one huge nest of conjecture and brand bickering.
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>>3433550
>conjecture and brand bickering.
Now I'm intrigued.
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>>3433559
>Now I'm intrigued.
Just like /p/ but without the belligerence


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