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Back again, its been stupid warm here for January, so ive been able to go out and get some pretty neat shots

finally got my Nikon D750 (my fuji xt20 was a fill in) for low light portraits, so you guys will see a lot more portraits from me as well

anyways, feel free to also post your own low light stuff here if there isnt already a thread up

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and a few portaits, it was a fun shoot, he explicitly asked me not to do normal photos, which was a blast

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I'm gonna take some shots of the Super Blood Wolf Moon tomorrow. Any quick F, ISO, and exposure settings to make it ezpz.

Theres also gonna be bonfire, Drumcircle and firespinners

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Tips, tricks, questions, troubleshooting. Post them here:


New and current releases:
Darktable 2.6.0 (new retouch module, new filmic module, rework of the colour balance module, ability to guide the blurring of the blend mask, icc profile creator)
Rawtherapee 5.5 (Filter to remove striping artifacts caused by (PDAF) as seen in Sony cameras, Dual-demosaic algorithms, New colour toning methods, New Shadows/Highlights tool, Resizable main histogram, New "Flexible" tone curve type)
Lightroom 8.1.0 (Customize Develop Panel Order, Show Partially Compatible Presets, Photo Merge Improvements)
Camera One 12 (New features includes advanced masking functionality, an even more efficient and intuitive user experience, plug-in compatibility, and much more.)
Affinity Photo 1.6.5 (Even smoother panning and zooming, Improved Photoshop plug-in, Quicker rendering of Live Filters, Raw image rotation)
Photoshop 20.0 (Frame Tool for easy masking, Content-Aware Fill, Live blend mode, Prevent accidental panel moves with Lock Workspace, Color Wheel)
DxO PhotoLab 2 (?)
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>>3422242
More like it's a tradeoff of using non-hardware-accelerated software. FOSS-or-not doesn't really have anything to do with it. Closed-source unaccelerated photo software would run just as poorly as Darktable does.
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>>3422779
>FOSS-or-not doesn't really have anything to do with it
They're literally mutually exclusive
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>>3422240
I tried the new one on windows too.
I liked the profiles that they offer but the whole experience was pretty poor.
I ended up uninstalling and pirating Lightroom Classic 8.1.

Since my raws are all stored on a nas I've thought about installing linux on an older I7 laptop and giving that a try.

One thing I really don't like about dark table is how it pollutes every folder it touches with a shit ton of .xml files instead of keeping a seperate database in a seperate folder.
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>>3422802
From someone who had crashes on both LR and DT, the main difference is LR having one file for one collection means that one crash deletes the entire collection data. With DT one xml per RAW stores the editing data so during a crash it only affects the RAW you've been working on, the others stay in tact.
I'd love the same system on LR.
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>>3422804
Pretty sure it's there. You've option of selecting xml exporting. It'll still use database as a core, but everything should be backed up in xml as well.

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Good, bad and the ugly...or anything cool.

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Love my life!
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this thread fucking rocks
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AhH Y3Ah
My new bole
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>>3422672
Word
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Rain Drop says high!

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Morning /p/,

It's been a good while since I've made a thread and have quite a bit of random stuff to share. Just developed 50 sheets of E6 too so I need to work on some of those as well. My drum scanning backlog of C41 is ridiculous right now and since I'm actually around town the next few weeks I might try to work on some of it. Most of this stuff ranges from September to now.

First one is Velvia 50

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>>3401389
Fuck man, the colors here are so amazing. How are you so good at colors. And it's not your chosen films, because you have to digitally scan all of this. Clearly digital sensors are capable of the color and dynamic range that you are able to get in these digital files.

But you definitely manage to eek out a lot more than the rest of us.
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>>3422204
Yeah the ground there was eh, and covered in a lot of cow shit. So I went for more sky.

>>3422298
Felt like it would be fun. No real reason.

>>3422322
I think that the film is a great starting point. I really like the colors of the slides as they are so it's just a matter of retaining them while taking care of any nasty color casts that it might have. And the drum scanner really helps pull the tones out of the slides, the scans really look just like the actual film and it's wonderful.
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>>3422755
Have you looked into the new Phase One trichromatic backs? I think that's the route to go if they ever stop producing LF sheets.
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>>3422322
>Clearly digital sensors are capable of the color and dynamic range that you are able to get in these digital files.
sorry to sidetrack, but this is quite an inaccurate leap of logic
what a monitor can display is very independent of the render capability of a digital sensor
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>>3422829
>what a monitor can display is very independent of the render capability of a digital sensor
right but in order for it to be displayed it had to have been recorded digitally

How can one young man be so based?

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He unironically keeps film alive so for that i cant hate on him.
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>>3422344
Let it die
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#minoltagang bump
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Can someone post his youtube channel, I saw one of his videos before and it wasnt bad
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>>3422842

His name on yt is kingjvpes

>>3422848

And hes a Flip

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I always see gear threads that focus on cameras and lenses.

What gear do you guys use that others might find useful? Pros-Cons of it.

I'm thinking of getting a Loupedeck+ (Pictured) Does anyone have any experience with it? I'd be using it with Lightroom as I only shoot stills.
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Don't listen to the detractors. I bet that thing is amazing and makes editing 10 times more fun
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I used midi2lr for a good while experimenting with different midi controllers to fiddle with lightroom knobs and sliders
while it's fun and I'm sure the loupedeck is just as fun the part that will always stop you is lightroom, since it's a laggy piece of shit no matter if you use keyboard and mouse or a controller, especially when going through large batches of images quickly the controller makes it even worse since you're easily going way faster than what the program can do and everytime it freezes for a second you're doing a bunch of adjustments without noticing it and then all the shit you just tweaked just jumps to random values
I use lightroom on three different machines and it's just a frustrating piece of shit, so don't even bother throwing more money at making the experience even worse
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OP here

>>3422057
I have used similar devices and can save time with this with the amount of photo work I do.

>>3422063
No it's not. It's photo post production/editing. Many new studios have gone the other way and use computers to do this.

>>3422068
>>3422149
I'm looking at all the different options. Thanks, However, I don't find the lag that you speak of. I shoot in RAW, and use a newer iMac with tons of memory and the latest Lightroom keeps up with my edits. I have found when doing batch edits of many files there is a slight hiccup but I go back into the individual photos to fine tune. So I haven't seen the lag that you speak of as of late.

>>3422138
Agreed.


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>>3422053
a basic mouse and keyboard
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>>3422053
Doesn't support ACR in PS

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https://vatdifak.com/fotograflarla-islam-devrimi-oncesi-iranda-kadin-modasi/

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>you need a rangefinder to do proper street photography

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>>3420459
based
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>>3419908
>Provia 400

my love.
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Based Provia 400X thread

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>>3419573
>>3419793
*blocks your path*
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>>3422818
~The Great~

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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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Tri-X, don't remember if I had a red or yellow filter.

Holy shit, it's either retarded denial or endless bait. Sometimes people get so good at pretending to be retards that their intelligence never shines through even if they wanted to. Nobody with a brain could believe them if they said "I'm just pretending to be a retard, I'm actually very very intelligent". I wish an heroing was still a thing on 4channel.

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>>3422795
Your photos are still better than OPs if it weren't for the hideous grain you add to the images. They have compositional value: you tend to place focus on your subjects to the left of the image, obeying rule of thirds. I'd suggest varying up the placement of the subject.
There seems to be a haze in most of your photos but overall, they're well balanced. They're not forcibly black and white in the way OPs is. Garbage is worth being told its garbage. Work that's good or has a modicum of potential gets critique. Posting your work on 4chan means expecting feedback, good or bad.
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>>3422800
Is your IQ actually lower than 90? Grain added to the images. Not knowing that tri-x is a film - in 2019 lmaaaaao
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>>3422801
Why are you posting here if you don't want critique? Here's an actual image with someone else using Tri-X film
https://thedarkroom.com/kodak-tri-x-vs-ilford-hp5/kodak-tri-x-000246040001/
Still not as grainy as yours. I understand that the film has a tendency to feature grain but you've overdone it.
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>>3422808
You're not replying to me, you're replying to a troll. I'd love to have critique, but my past threads have 404'd with little to no comments. I should start baiting as well. Btw, I like OP's photos, they're just very different from what I do, that's all. And sincerely fuck it, I'm tired of feeding trolls, this thread can't be saved.

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Since seeing how much fun >>3404681 was, i thought id upload a recent RAW of a portrait i did, actually pretty curious to see how you guys edit this one

I have more from this shoot if anyones interested in the raw files for those

>https://www.dropbox.com/s/niv6j6y4cir42u4/DSCF2324.RAF?dl=0

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>>3422788
sadly f/4 is as low as that fuji lens would go, i am saving up to get an 85mm f/1.4 for this exact reason, zeiss distagon to be exact
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>>3422744
a e s t h e t i c
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>>3422791
>sadly f/4 is as low as that fuji lens would go, i am saving up to get an 85mm f/1.4 for this exact reason, zeiss distagon to be exact

That will probably work great :) In the meantime, IS on that kit lens is at least okay, might allow you to slow down shutter speed even more if you don't already use it.
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>>3422821
the reason i didnt go to, say, 30/s or even 20 is that it was very very cold and windy on that shoot, i really wanted to freeze her hair and not have it blurry, but it did force me to clonk the settings a bit to do so, which you pointed out

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>>3422449
>here you follow the road and exit on the right without touching those two thirds of frozen branches.
what do you mean about this one? specifically "without touching the two thirds of branches"

>Was your lens wet? Those leaves look blurry and glowing.
I think this was over-edited

>Very nice light and colors. Not that interested in the tree tho. Would have been a good setting for a portrait.
hehe thoughts on picrel?

>Lots of work to do here.
Thanks a ton for the critique. I really appreciate it anon

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>>3422770
I mean that the river and the road are two big black leading lines that my eye follows. The river enters from a corner and I follow it up the frame, looking at the frozen branches and all that there's to see in the photo. The road enters from the bottom and leads me to the exit on the right edge, going past all the rest of the photo. Does it make sense now?
About the photo, wonderful light but it's a pity for the blurry trash in the low left. A bit lower viewpoint and framing a bit higher would have made it very very nice. She looks like she's shying away from those god rays, and something's reflecting light on her face which if not there would have made the photo worse. See, you're able to take good pictures, just do it.

>>3422771
This is a no for the placement of elements. Put the house more towards one third-way between the two poles, and adjust the spacings between poles and borders according to what your eye tells is the right balance. It could be interesting because when it snows the few things that have color (primary colors in house, trash can and dead grass) pop out more.

>>3422772
Too far away and from the back.

By the way, I'm glad you appreciate the comments but I'd be happier if you started giving your own instead of just clapping when I do. Giving comments on other people's photos is good practice in analyzing and understanding your own work and how to make it better. Finding what works is just as important as telling with sincerity what doesn't. Have fun photographing and don't let photo threads die without replies.
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>>3422793
>Does it make sense now?
Yes! thank you

>but I'd be happier if you started giving your own instead of just clapping when I do
I certainly do :)

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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Are there any presets on the XPro1 I can use to mimic grainy b&w and kodachrome?

I really don't want to do any post processing, just tweak some stuff in the film sim settings.
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>>3422639
Check out the link in the OP
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>>3422703
the x100f has a different sensor, so the author in op's article uses classic chrome and acros as a baseline, which the first generations xtran cameras don't have
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>>3422716
Make do with some of their Provia/Astia/Monocrhome stuff then.
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>>3421484
shoot raw, learn to edit.

In this thread I wanted to see if ya'll had pictures you'd like to share along with a brief description. This is the most impactful picture I've every seen.

It's of a Congolese man who hadn’t made his rubber quota for the day so the Belgian-appointed overseers cut off his 5 year old daughter’s hand and foot. Then they killed her and his wife.They then cannibalized them. And they presented the man with the tokens from the once living body of his child

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>propaganda

I want to get into Medium Photography wich Camera can u recommend?

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>>3422737
>>3422753

Also, how's the focusing? I've never used a MF camera, but I know theres like a little magnifying thing on some of them. Do you just eyeball it or is there a split prism type thing? Is the viewfinder easy to use?
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>>3422753
>Hmm good to know. Have you considered taking it in to get a fixed?
gaffer tape.
> Ive read you can use the ISO setting for tiny exposure adjustments but it's kind of a pain. The lack of knobs is annoying desu but I don't feel like shelling out twice as much for some knobs and better metering, considering I don't need autofocus.
It is fine as long as you shoot negatives and not slide film. It also has an amazing 35mm f3.5 lens and you don't need to crop photos much if you want to put them on instagram because 4:3 isn't far off of 5:4
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>>3422760
There is a split prism for the pentax. You can also optionally buy an eyepiece that zooms in a lot so you only see the split prism but you really don't need it.
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>>3422753
>It would be for landscape and travel stuff mostly.
Pentax 645 with a 35mm f3.5 (which is like a 21mm equiv) or the 45mm lens which is cheaper and the 75mm f2/8 kit lens would work great for you as long as you don't shoot slide film

https://jakehornphotography.com/blog/pentax645

https://www.casualphotophile.com/2017/05/29/pentax-645-camera-review-the-best-first-medium-format-film-camera/

https://kenrockwell.com/pentax/645/645.htm
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>>3422762
>>3422763
>>3422765
Yeah the pentax seems like a really good bet, but after closer examination the bronica also seems to only be ~100-150 more. And I shoot a lot of slide film, and I'd imagine it makes sense for medium format where you can really get the most out of it. I'll have to weigh what features I actually need, since it seems the Bronica without the prism doesn't have any sort of meter, which is annoying.

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Does /p/ zone focus?

My eyes are fucked and the prospect of not having to focus on a screen/EVF is very tempting, but I'm also a bit anal about getting my photos tack sharp, so I don't know.

Furthermore, whenever someone shows off an example of their "zone focusing" skills it almost always look shit and out of focus. So, how accurate can you actually get with practice?
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>>3422677
t. never actually shot an image at f/22 before and just parrots memes found on the internet.
If you have a good subject and a good comp, good lighting, proper exposure and no shake then you print it and hang it up in a gallery, no one will be able to tell if it was taken at f/22 or focus stacked. You know when people can tell the difference? When they zoom in 100% on 36+ mpx photos. And whoever does that is not there to enjoy a piece of art but to be a little nitpicking faggot, and if you want to cater to those people then you're just another gearfag and not a photographer.
Most lenses are sharper at f/22 than at f/2, yet you have 1.4 and 1.2 primes which people use wide open.
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>>3422684
>muh art
>muh galleries
>muh tru photographer!!!

can't wait for you to defend the aesthetics of chromatic aberration next. don't you have some homeless people you should be photographing right now?
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>>3422687
>putting "muh" in front of something discredits it
>if you use your gear instead of shitposting about specs and optical theory you must shoot homeless people
This is just standard issue autistic screeching, I can't even address this because you didn't actually say anything.
>you'll defend CA next
Now you have outed yourself as an absolute and irredeemable retard. One of my original points was that most lenses are sharper at f/22 than they are at f/2, this is precisely because wider apertures suffer from optical aberrations. If people can use f/1.4 lenses at f/1.4 and get good images that are perfectly usable (and there are many examples of this), then you shouldn't have any problems at f/22, since diffraction is much easier to correct than optical aberrations. Diffraction blurs the image in a very even and consistent way, so evenly in fact that you can make an f/22 image look almost identical to an f/8 one with some basic unsharp masking. Even when zoomed in 100%. Which is pointless anyway.
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>>3422638
>Does /p/ zone focus
I recently bought myself a Leica, so I’m trying to learn how to do that.

I don’t actually have anything useful to contribute to the thread. I just wanted to brag about owning a Leica, since that’s like 80% of why anyone would buy a Leica.
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>>3422638
>f/8 and be there
makes you lose bokeh though :(


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