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Hello /p/ I bought a pentax KS-1 like 2 years ago knowing next to nothing about cameras, because I wanted to try photography and it was cheap and the reviews were good, so far so good but now I would like to get a 200mm (bear with me I just shoot what I like) should I hold on to the camera and try to get a lens for it? Its a K mount, are there adapters for different type of mounts? I really like my camera where can I get a lens for it? Should I?

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>>3467753
I own the DA 50-200 and wouldn't recommend it to anyone, complete opposite of the 55-300. Has fast AF for the price of having chromabs out the ass and inconsistent focusing. Suffered with that lens for a while, then almost got a new 55-300 but a Tamron 70-200/2.8 came into the picture for the same price, so went with that.
I refuse to sell the 50-200 because I don't want anyone to suffer the way I did.
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>>3467835
Explains why I found mine in a thrift store for $5.
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>>3467841
You overpaid for it
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>>3467681
Also OP, I forgot to mention, Pentax Forums has a very nice lens database, Pentax lens and third party as well. I recommend checking it out and see if you like something
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>>3467685
Interesting. What kind of performance?/display is it? Is it cultural or something acrobatic?

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Hey, just got my first camera last week. Been trying to learn how to shoot with it, but what I've read says actually shooting is better xp than reading about shooting so I took it in the back and started dickin' around.

I'm mainly concerned about settings here, how to make the quality of the photos better I'll deal with composition and that other shit as I move forward. Thoughts?

This first one is the only one I didn't play with the lighting settings when you import RAW to photoshop.

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>>3466773
Oh my gosh. So cute.
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>>3466775
The left side of the fence isn't really in focus, don't know if that's intentional or just came out that way

Having a creamy background and isolating the subject is one thing, but being just barely out of focus is something I don't really like.

I may be alone on this, but it makes viewing the image somewhat unpleasant because my eyes struggle to try and focus those bits themselves.
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Get out of your back yard.

For the most part, your subjects are pretty uninteresting. Step one is to find something interesting to take pictures of. You're not going to have an easy time doing that in your back yard.
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>>3467464
Dear OP
If you read this guys post, you're probably thinking to yourself, "Didn't I just explain in my-" Yes. Yes you did.
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>>3467810
Sorry, let me clarify:

Op said he was mainly concerned with camera settings and shit like that. I'm telling him he doesn't need to be. He's not shooting with an M3--modern cameras are fully capable of handling things like exposure and focus for you. What he should work on, therefore, is actually taking good pictures, which means he needs to stop dicking around with his lawnmower and pieces of string in his backyard and actually go look for something worth taking a picture of.

"Composition and that other shit" is what he should work on.

We've best photographers thread, let's have one where we spill hate on those we hate.

I'll start; I hate $ony/Tony and wish him a bancrupcy!
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>>3466553
how to get qt /p/ gf?
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>>3459687
>This is pretty bad.
no it's not
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>>3467349
On sunset it's normal
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>>3467349
Atmosphere is a bitch.
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>>3467349
This is what Tony considers his greatest photo. But really, what is compelling about it? Nothing. It's a picture of an ugly old lighthouse with a radioactive cheese moon behind it. It's a technically impressive shot, but he has processed with no artistry.

It's eh. Bleh.
Worst thing is, it's supposedly one of his best selling photos. As they say: money can't buy taste.

Post your photos. Mine was a shitty night smoke stop and a car drove past to make the dust rise.
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Roast me

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>>3460032
Kind of reminds me of Bladerunner

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Everytime I go over f/12, there's a black line at the top just mocking me

Please tell me I'm retarded

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>>3465975

No... but it's weak.
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>>3465975
stop putting your balls inside you camera
it just needs a simple swab and it'll be gone, don't use gel cubes though
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Clean your sensor you animal.
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>>3465975
>>3460482
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>>3465975
He see's the black line. Dispatch a unit to his location and sanitize the subject.

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Why do you all shoot in color? You know you can't be taken seriously as an artist if you don't shoot black and white pushed to 1600 or 3200 desu senpaitachi

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>>3466736
Bad bait bad thread. Cya chum
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>>3466736
Why would you push that much on most shots?
It gets all grainy and your image quality goes to shit at some point.
If it isn't some realy quick moving stuff, terrible light or huge focal length it isn't worth it.
Film is for slowshooting, digital is for fast shooting.
(although digital does a good job for slowshooting as well these days)
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>>3466739
I think it’s more satire of the bad bait threads than a bad bait thread itself.
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>>3466736
It's like the Yield sign is wearing a little hat.

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Now that the dust has settled... Canon or Nikon?

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>>3467740
Canon 5DmkIV is the suicide of Canon for photography.

the 5DmkIII shifted the market when released, 5DmkIV made everyone go Sony.

of course it's better than the 5DmkIII, but not worth the price you're paying for it. This being said, it's like a waste of money the upgrade from 5DmkIII to 5DmkIV

Canon had the chance to shift the market again, but, decided to let it go...
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When I started photography as a serious hobby I picked Nikon, for the sole reason that I had a Canon point and shoot and wanted to see what the competition offered. Plus, I heard somewhere that Nikon had slightly newer, cleaner sensors. This was back in 2012. I'm using much more expensive Nikon gear now, for the usual reasons (dynamic range, ISO performance, MP count). I know Canon has better lenses in some cases, but it seems to mainly apply to stuff like the behemoth 2.8 zoom lenses, which to be honest I've got no interest in. They're heavy, and also insanely expensive, and for the money I'd rather get a really nice prime lens, which Nikon has plenty of.
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>>3467766
canon sensors have gotten much better since then in terms of iso performance, not as good but definitely close and yeah I agree with your opinion on lenses but having the best 24-70 and 70-200 2.8 is a huge deal for a lot of people and is why they choose Canon.
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>>3467777
Oh yeah, Canon's not bad by any means. When I upgraded to full frame though, they had no equivalent of the Nikon D810 (5DS wasn't out yet). Hell even if those cameras were out, I would have still gone with Nikon. I don't think the latest 5D's are bad by any means, they're arguably more balanced than the high-MP D800 type cameras that Nikon insists on making their only their only real prosumer cameras. But I do really like the high MP counts, so....
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>>3467785
I do agree with you, the d8xx series is the best bodies to physically use anyways.
I wish nikon removed that red stripe though, or at least have a vertical one by the grip like they used to.

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Confess your gearfaggotry
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>>3467428
>>3467432
I doubt it will be out one stop, probably half stop at worst, maybe the highest shutter speed unusable. Hardly anything that would need an immediate shutter replacement unless anon wants to shoot pro sports and work for Nat Geo with an outdated body.
If the camera works then you don't need to fuck with it. Hell, it might be an easily fixed issue with a permanent exposure comp of +/- 1/3rd EV.
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I would unironically sell all my gear to buy a Leica m7 and Summicron 35mm 2 + Thambar 90mm 2.2
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>>3467432
Nah, it's another 90ish bucks and a procedure that I'll probably fail, that I don't need at the moment. I don't use it a whole lot since life is busy right now and it doesn't make me feel anxious or anything, it'll die at some point then I'll just try and replace it then.

>>3467433
Yeah, it works perfectly fine atm. Not looking at replacing it for a while.
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>>3466563

The work around is zone focusing. Unfortunately the af after the firmware update is still meh
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>>3463841
My favourite Camera that got me the best pictures was my non-DSLR Nikon Coolpix S8100

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So i'm in a weird situation, Was doing a photoshoot with a model I use frequently, after editing and sending her the pictures I picked out of the litter she asked me to send her some other pics that I also did that didn't turn out as well as I wanted them to. I refused on the basis that they look like shit, they are boring and they are way too sexual for my liking. (Yea yea I know but im not a pornographer, oversexualized boring pictures annoy the fuck out of me)

Now she is bitching about it and i'm kind of curious if i'm being the asshole in this situation.

What do?
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>>3467597
she voluntarily showed her feet
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This is why you always write up a contract that includes how many photos you will deliver.
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>>3467574
>inferring
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This problem is easily avoidable if you make sure not to show most pictures to the model during the process, and if/when she asks for more once you've delivered you simply tell her that the other pictures were really trash or that you wiped the memory card. As some other anon pointed out, your explanations were too subjective and I assume you weren't very assertive when communicating, so she doesn't believe you and want to see for herself.

But since the damage is already done: you could always share some with her but specifically request that she does not publish them, since it could damage your portfolio. If she does, then she's the asshole and you probably should avoid working with her in the future. Either way, you've learned your lesson now and this situation should not arise in the future.
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Should never have a model bitching about you, but I doubt this story is real

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I want to sell at least one photo this year. How do I do that? Pic related is something I took a few weeks ago. I live in Italy.

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>>3467534
I do a lot of astrophotography and the bulk of my sales come from local art fairs, but you need to have an actual portfolio and site for that usually.
I also shoot horse shows and sell photos that way which is my actual job.
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gzood avize. Thkx
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>>3467534
>I want to sell at least one photo this year. How do I do that?
1 take photo
2 find someone who likes that photo
3 settle on a price for the photo
4 exchange currency for the photo
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>>3467644
I'm stuck on step 2. Please advise

Who's your lensfu, /p/?

For me it's my SMC Takumar 135 f2.5, I've never enjoyed a lens more. Absolutely gorgeous in every way.
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>>3467759
care to give me a small review?
based on what I'm seeing from samples and people's experiences it seems so good
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>>3465880
was thinking about grabbing their 18-35 1.8 as a kit lens upgrade
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>>3467757


I like 35mm for its wider view though, 50mm seems like I can't take nice landscapes with it.

Would the 35mm f1.8 be sharper than the kit lens? Also I guess I need to look for lens with AF-P or AF-S since my camera doesn't have a autofocus motor right?
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>>3467761
build quality feels great, like even the front/back caps feel of higher quality than my other lenses, focus ring is nice and smooth too. the 1.8 and vc combo is fucking awesome for low light handheld shooting (pic related shot at night time). nice performance wide open too, with the only real shortcoming being a bit of fringing, but 2 seconds with the sliders in camera raw takes care of that pretty well

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>>3467770
thank you
I'm sold

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>What's the point?

The goal of these challenges is to give you some direction with your photography. How do you know which direction to go in? You follow an arrow. But this time, don’t just follow it; take a picture of it.
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>>3467281
I'm unsure because it contributes to the constrained look too.
I played with your photo a bit and starting with the attempt to have the skull right in the middle which I wast very happy with. Condensing everything felt like the right direction. Editing is a bit sloppy though

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excuse my snapshits

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the composition on this one is fucked but I tried my best

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>>3465552
>>3467247
>>3467599
Good arrows
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>>3467270
Indiana sux

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What is a "free" minimal photo editor. Just for like basic touching up like resizing, sharpening, etc. I'm tired of trying to pirate adobe products and can't trust them.

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>>3467557
This isn't a stupid question though.
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>>3467558
Much more stupid than what gets asked there
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>>3467558
It really is, and the stupid question thread is just a name for questions that don't need a thread.
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>>3467558
yes it is. and if you can't figure out how to pirate one semi-recentish version of an adobe product, you're hopeless.
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>>3467567
It's not about being able too but about the cracks compromising your system
>20 commenters say no virus so it must be fine.

news:
Panasonic 10-25mm f/1.7
e-m5 iii announcement soon
panasonic g85 announcement soon
pen-f discontinued
e-m1x is good but big

New catalogue:
https://www.four-thirds.org/en/common/pdf/catalog2019_en.pdf

Discuss the system. Keep bitching to the minimum.
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>>3467004
25mm isn't wide on m43. It'll give you same fov as 50mm ff. 17m will be wider, but it's still not classic ultra wide. If you shoot bmpc, you'll have even higher crop ratios.

Some more wides around 200. panasonic 14mm f/2.5, rokinon/samyang f/3.5, panasonic 20mm, meike 12mm f/2.8, meike 6.5 f/2, samyang 12mm f/2, and cheapest quality zoom; panasonic 12-32mm f/3.5-5.6. Samyangs and Meikes are manual focus
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>>3467673
>rokinon/samyang 7.5mm f/3.5
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About to buy an EM10 Mark II, what bag do you guys use?
The only thing i find on youtube is "what's in my bag" listed about 1000x.
Any companies i should steer clear of?
I'm going for the II R version of the 14-42mm lense.
Thx
>pic stolen from Gordon's website

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>>3467735
Domke makes really nice bags. I use an f2, which is probably way, way overkill for any m43 system, but I assume they make smaller bags too.
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>>3467738
will check it out thanks for the recommendation.
Don't forget to put water and snacks in empty spots.

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>>3467357
She does. She my girlfriend.
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>>3467658
Newfag here
What did you do to get that isolated light line?
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>>3467658
That's pretty good mate. I like how sharps are your shots.
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>>3467710
Not him, but I'd do it by flagging (covering parts of the light to control where it goes)
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>>3467710
Flags as he said are your best bet because you can control it a little more but here I was playing around with an old pallet to see. It was a struggle though because she moved in and out of her marked spot. So I'd recommend trying it with someone who understands staying in the light


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