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ITT, you post pictures taken with shitty digicams.

Everything still matters like composition and lighting, but you have to use the shittiest digital compact you have, bonus points if you don't have to resize to get under 1000px longest side. Digital artifacts are not only welcomed, they are encouraged.

All gear discussion ITT should be about finding the shittiest gear and shooting with it.

Pic related, 4.0mp Canon A80

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Scout TK

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why is it sideways it makes me upset
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>>3522310
well then have this gem from my young days. literally 2005.

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Sorry, it was displayed rotated when on the computer, windows sucks with saving rotations.

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Are there Fujifilm X-Series photographer here? What's your camera and your favorite lenses?

Any recommended third party lenses?
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Time for a new thread. Maybe we should make a Fuji general.
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>>3524231
I want to get the 90mm f2 so I can have all the f2 lenses
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>>3524206
I know breh, just a bit of clown world humor.
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>>3524254
That would be really nice.
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>>3524301
>>3524301
NEW THREAD

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Can we get a street photography thread going?

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>>3523419
>>>3521385
>Love the feeling that your portrait gave me.
did it make your peepee hard?
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>>3523478
Of course. Good post.
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>>3522392
I like it
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>>3511169
>>3511183
It is hard to make street photography interesting at the same time the photos are taken.

However, with time, a lot of street photography will interest people for no other reason than nostalgia.
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>>3511258
If you find a scene that looks interesting, wait until an intriguing character or event happens. Otherwise keep moving until you find something or someone interesting.

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Is the fujifilm xt100 good for an absolute beginner? What i've seen so far is that the 4k is crap (I don't mind not planning to film anyways) and slower AF speed.

I'm planning to photograph more still subjects.
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>>3523856
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>>3523857
holy shit its the questionmark bandit he's at it again!
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How does it compare to a Panasonic GX80?
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>>3523534
So I've been to the shop and now i'm more impressed with the Olympus OM-D EM10 Mark ii
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>>3524007
this camera rules

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Hi /p/, what about some suggestion for a beginner (non compact) camera?
I want to make a gift for my gf which has never got a proper camera, bonus points if can be found used on ebay (EU based, if you are also /g/entlemen pick a used thinkpad as example).
Years ago I heard something good about the Canon 300D, but maybe things have changed in the meanwhile.
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>>3520854
Remember that it’s a aps-c sensor so if you get a 35mm lens it’s not going to actually give you 35mm. If you want a 35mm for a Sony aps-c sensor you need a 24mm to get the equivalent of a 35mm. You can buy that lens for a couple hundred bucks or you can spend over a thousand depending on what quality you want.
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>>3520855
thx anon, I realized that it's 52mm full frame equiv I believe
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>>3518679
OP here
After some days of research and ebay hunting I found a used 100D in perfect conditions with a 18-55 in a local used good store for 180€
My gf is super happy, she still made crappy photos but it's working on it.
Really thanks /p/ you're all awesome
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>>3524194
Oh damn, that's a great deal
I got mine for 200€ without a lens

Let's say you trained a group of chimpanzees to point the camera and press the shutter randomically.

At the same time you trained a neural network feeding photos taken by amateurs on instagram as bad, photos taken by pros as good. To make it recognize the patterns of a good photo.

And also another neural network to improve the photo contrast, white balance, crop etc.

Then you get all the photos taken by the chimps and pass them through the neural networks. You will get some good photos people may call it art.

Thus photography is not an art.

Something made randomically and then filtered by a computer program can't be considered art.
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>>3518998
>neural networks can't create new things that don't exist
That's literally what they are made for, you dummy.
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>>3518990
As you seem to understand not much about the topic, I'd suggest (you) try to shoot a roll of 35mm film with an old and cheap camera fully manual and we'll see how that ends.
I'm especialy curious about you getting the exposure, depth of field and composition right.
If you're anywhere in the general western germany/BeNeLux area, I would even lend you my old Zenit E as well as two lenses for that purpose and develop the film myself.

I'm pretty sure not more than one of the pictures will be considered good.
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>>3518996
Simplest question and faglord OP still hasn't answered it.
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>>3518990
You can take this same this and apply it to any art you fucking retard
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>>3519055
>But neural networks can't create new stuff that hasn't been done before.
There is a limited amount of movement that human limbs can achieve. Machine can quite easily work them out.
Also a literal chimp can jump around even easier than it can point a camera at something.

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Just like /gear/ but for skill. What new things have you shot recently? What did you learn? What do you want to learn?
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>>3523227
Man I love action pan shoots so much, not my genre of photography so I’ve never tried though. How difficult is it to get sharp?
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I learnt how to do masking in photoshop for the first time with this photo. It's not perfect, but I like how it turned out

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>>3524061
You disgust me.
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>>3524072
thanks
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>>3524037
It is hard for me, one because use a manual focus 70-200 lens. I take around 3k photos an event just because I can’t get the focus just right or even a useable photo because the focus is fucked. But pan shooting cars like this is fairly easy, one because you know what angle/how fast they are coming into frame; flip side is if you don’t twist that fuckin barrel to focus fast enough you lose out on a potential good shot.

What is your least favorite trend you’ve seen in photography?

For me, it’s selective coloring. I think it looks tacky as hell and it reminds me of 13 year olds on deviantart who just got their first camera

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>hurr durr you need at least a fullframe 200 MP mirrorless with 30 stops of dynamic range and a set of 30 lenses
>uploads to insta where everything is compressed to shit
>doesn't even have a screen that can show anywhere near that resolution
On the other end of the spectrum:
>what do I need a camera for, my phone takes good pictures as well
>tries to make huge prints
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Fuji
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>>3524159
I know this is bait, but what exactly is supposed to be wrong with Fuji?
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>>3520439
>>Trying to prove they belong to the basic bitch tribe or something?
Don't underestimate belonging to the basic bitch/bro tribe

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Opinions on Sean Tucker?
Here's my opinion.
You may love the guy, you may hate him, but he is the only photographer, as far as I know , who explained correct exposure correctly and not like a retard using metaphors like buckets filled with water. As far as YouTube goes, skilled and interesting version of Peter Mckinnon. I might be wrong on this but as far as I know most of YouTube cucks make tutorials and call them selves pro photographers while promoting shooting in modes because it's "easier" when in fact they're so incredibly afraid of manual. Modes have their benefits, time and a place to be used, but shoot on M unless you're a cuck. For all those reasons, hats of to sean. Also his photos are artistic in a way, they don't need to be your style and you don't need to like them. But he knows the craft and after that art becomes subjective. He is also way too humble about it.
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>>3524085
>photographer and his work
yes, yes my dear redditor he is Ernst Haas of 21st century. all of Sean's exhibitions and photobooks gave color photography a whole new identity and direction. it's time to add him as "the greatest contemporary colorist" in sticky.
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>>3524116
Kek
It's pointless to even respond to a moron like you. "Uuh look at mme gguyss I know whho Ernst Haas iss. Gguys? Yyou don't think thaat I'm retarded dddo you?"
Some friend told you about 4chan a year ago so now it's finally your time to shine and call people redditors and new? You know you're a newfag when you mention reddit when it's totally illogical to do so, just to push a meme, someone put you down with. Here's a bit of an advice. Maybe try to understand 4chan memes before you begin to use them. Fucking newfag.
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>>3524130
seething redditor
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This thread is absolute shite
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>>3524130
Posting this on r/4chan

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Lacking motivation to go out and shoot? Want to take photos but don’t know of what? Looking for ways to get better at your craft? Here’s the thread for you!

THIS MONTH’S ASSIGNMENTS
>1) A person listening to music, playing an instrument, or dancing
>2) A noisy place
>3) “Music”.
>4) Framing, i.e. doorway arch, hole in the bushes and so on

HOW DOES IT WORK
>4 assignments changing every month (LISTED ABOVE) but categorized in 4 recurring themes
>You can try them in any order you like
>Recurring themes are 1) human subject 2) environment 3) abstract concept 4) compositional element
>1) Posed or candid portraits, or taking pictures with humans being a prominent element, like street photography
>2) Landscapes. If you live in a city urbanscapes are acceptable too, but try to get out of town
>3) Something vague and open to interpretation

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a Noisy place

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>>3505509
1,2,3?

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Oops

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So... is anyone gonna continue this?

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Post pics you've taken with your instant camera
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>>3524018
Why do you always say such hurtful things
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>>3523963
i like them the colors are nice but ceiling fan is literally ceiling fan
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>>3524028
I kid, I kid. Keep practicing though.

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>>3523963
Leave your house you absolute neet
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>>3523963
I like it anon. I’m trying to use my Instax for something more than snapshots aswell, but I fail miserably

Any press photographers in this board? Or is it mostly hobbyists?

Share some good shots from any recent assignments here. I took this while I was covering a rodeo.
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>>3523034
Manipulate more then.
Here, a headliner for artsy Tumblr blog about horses

(jokes aside, nice shot OP)
>>3523040
There was one pressanon I know irl but he rarely visited here. He usually frequented /r9k/ and /g/

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Made the big time with shutterstock watermarking my shit
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I too, covered a rodeo for work.

I work for a small newspaper and most assignments are photo+500-1000 words.
Since the town is seasonal Summer can be back-to-back-to-back shit to do and Winter can go down to 8 pages and a lead headline of "Dick All Has Changed."
I've shot police, children, old people, animals you name it.

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...I just realized there are rodeo's in Canada.
Which I dont know why there wouldnt be, rodeo's always seem like a distinctly American passtime.

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One more because I like post in threes

[spoiler]It's black and white because night shots suck.[/spoiler]

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I just bought my first camera. I want to practice street photography, should I get a 50mm or a 35mm first?

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Its a matter of how far you want to stand away from your subject and how much background you want.

If you want to talk to and meet people you don't want to have to take 10 steps back from them and start shooting, that's stupid
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>>3522501

150-600 first
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>>3522948
Let's see your portfolio
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>>3522604
Seconding this. It was glued to the front of my d3400 to make a pocketable combo (as long as I don't sit) basically. Got it, and the film camera it was attached to, for 15 USD.
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>>3522501
I'd suggest a zoom lense that does some wide angle and some tele, idealy with stabilisation.
In addition to that I'd get a fast prime and/or telefoto lense.

In my case these are (for my Canon APS-C camera):
>Canon 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6
A general purpose lense with optical image stabilisation that can also do some macro.
>Helios 44 58mm F/2
Good for portraits, nice bokeh, cheap and fast.
>Pentacon 135 mm F/2.8
Pretty sharp lense, gives me a good range and high speed.

If you google the last two, you'll find out that they are old and where not designed for my camera.
These old manual lenses work fine with a simple adapter ring, but have no autofocus.
Since you have a mirrorless camera, adapters for pretty much anything should be available.

what are these kinds of pictures called?
they are shitty but pleasing at the same time
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They're the pics that go with this song. It's the Resonance genre.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GW6sLrK40k
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>>3523451
It's called taking a photo with a film camera. People think what they're doing is taking good photos but really they have absolutely no discernible talent, no matter what format they use. The colors on their photos just look nice and they had absolutely no input in that.
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try one of the new goofy pinhole cameras
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>>3523908
i didn't take the photo but according to lomography.com, fujicolor c200 was used
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Post actually decent phone snapshits
Also phone photography general, is p30 pro as good as they say?

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>>3521852
That's weirdly comfy.
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>>3523948
Dammit it got rotated. My bad, anons.
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>>3523948
what place anon?
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Taken with Xperia X using Sony Camera app.

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