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Your pick for the best looking camera. Disregard all features and functionality

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these !
also the contax I

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Y'all are fucking tasteless.

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Sooo, is anyone into lomography ?
I used to take a lot of photos around 2010-2012 with my good old fish-eye (just a reminder, it has no usable eyesight, no tunable parameter)

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Loved mine... ended up leaving it on the roof of my car and watched it get ran over in my rear view.
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>>3467702
lul sucks
Do you have any pics to post ?
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>>3467702
That seems like a very ~lomo~ thing to have happen to it.

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why are phone reviewers and DSL fags so hateful towards this camera?

This camera is so powerful and gives you so much information to edit with.
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>>3466156
I read up to 30 seconds in one review. Also it gets hot while processing so RIP battery.
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>>3466150
sample image?
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>>3466150
we're basically at the peak of what is capable with a tiny cmos sensor (see pixel 3 iq) so manufacturers are coming up with all these retarded useless gimmicks to stand out (see nokia 9, Huawei P30, etc.). Basically adding all these features triples the phone price without making you take a better photo. Laughing at people who fall for this.
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>>3466671
>Basically adding all these features triples the phone price without making you take a better photo.
For the P30 there's already a merit over a phone with no zoom. For the Nokia 9/Light 16 no merit is just due to weak implementation. All of the ideas i.e. bracketing, averaging, grayscale capturing do have potential over conventional phone cameras.
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>>3466611
https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=default&q=Nokia%209%20pureview&src=tyah

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Hay /p/ I have a Sony NEX-5T
how can I make my photos more Nicer
Asking for tips

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here another photo

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pirate photoshop and play around with whitebalance, HSL sliders and exposure
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>>3466475
>how can I make my photos more Nicer
You're taking pictures of locations. Your pictures of locations lack subjects.

If something in these two photos was intended to be the subject (at a guess, I'd assume the big glass building and the slightly taller tree, respectively), you need to do more to isolate them. Maybe get close and use a wide-angle lens, or use a wider aperture, or maybe just get in closer and try to shoot specific details of those things instead of attempting to get the whole thing in (and bringing a lot of other random junk into your composition in the process).

Also:
>I have a Sony NEX-5T
don't fall into the trap of thinking that this part matters.
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>>3466475
Learning composition is much more important than your camera or how you process the photos. Once you master those, then you can start learning colour theory and playing around with editing. If you can get it mostly right in the camera you will be a far better photographer than someone with fancy equipment and expensive editing software.

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Once Upon A Time In Hollywood edition
>STICKY - https://pastebin.com/8genEgUy
>Helpful guide and additional books - https://pastebin.com/kG0gRmTZ

Here we discuss techniques, gear and anything else related to capturing video footage. Please don't pretend to be an expert if you don't know what you're talking about. Kindly leave your ego at the door.
Posting short films/scripts or other work you've done is encouraged.
We tend to use and recommend DSLRs/mirrorless cameras because they provide phenomenal picture quality for their price, have large sensors (ie the same size used in high-end cinema cameras and higher) and have interchangeable lenses.
In contrast, consumer camcorders normally have much smaller sensors and a fixed lens.

>NO ONE CARES WHAT AN EXPERT YOU THINK YOU ARE. IF YOU’RE ASKING BASIC-AS-SHIT QUESTIONS, YOU CAN’T BE ALL THAT GREAT. SEE ABOVE

Previous thread >>3430556
What are your genuine aspirations? Do you want to be a cinematographer? Or direct music videos? Do you want to be the next Kubrick?
What are you doing to make that a reality?


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>>3467616
too easy then. mine can output higher voltages. i dont get why more people dont just do that. 20000mah kicks the ass of all these other power solutions, thats like 5hours continuous
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>>3467620
best of luck, mate
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>>3467272
My large duck
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>>3467272
My long hard duck
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>>3467272
My big black duck

why the fuck are people using film cameras in 2019?
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>>3467355
>projecting this much
Hmm, somebody's upset...
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>>3467355
>the average
The "average" photographer does not see massive amounts of commercial success. The average photographer does not make a large amount of massive prints.

I guess instead we just shouldn't advance technology at all, because of the strawman that is the "average" Sony shooter, or whatever you're so mad about.

>pixel peepers
Oh no...somebody cares about the quality of their images at 100%. Nobody should EVER care more than I do about image quality, that's just insane....

>those who can't compose jack
Or maybe their lens didn't reach far enough and they couldn't zoom with their feet, or maybe they wanted to make a 4:5 or 1:1 crop while maintaining plenty of information.
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>>3467237
You're a defect and a drag on society.
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>>3467500

>saw this while scrollan
>assumed it was a response to me
Nope, not this time.
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>>3467018
Unironically good response.

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I just wanted to share some photos I've taken from a recent trip to our capital city.

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Man, this thread deserves way more comments.

These are good shots. I especially like these ones: >>3463261
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>>3463273

My one recommendation would be: Crop more. E.g.,
>>3463273 The two women's expressions are the star of this shot. The ladybird gourmet store is nothing, and it's distracting. So is the creepy little face poking around the column. I'd cut this down to just a landscape-orientation shot of the women.
>>3463265 The smiling dude with the boxes is great. The classical old-school-European street behind him with all of the windows and shit is great. The blank floor and column taking up about a quarter of your frame on the right and bottom are just wasting space. Crop those away so it's just Smiley diHandcart and the street in the background with just enough of that stone column to frame it on that side.
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>>3465772
Thanks a lot dude, I appreciate tou taking the time to comment and critique. Always trying to improve.

When it comes to cropping I always feel a little weird after cropping. I don't know how to explain it... like I know it's cropped in and I can't get over it. Guess it's something I need to work on more.

Thanks again.
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>>3467238
>When it comes to cropping I always feel a little weird after cropping. I don't know how to explain it... like I know it's cropped in and I can't get over it. Guess it's something I need to work on more.
Yeah, I know that feeling. Like it feels a bit like cheating. I still almost never crop to an aspect ratio other than the one straight out of the camera for the same reason.

But it's all just psychological. Especially given how high the resolution is on modern cameras, there's not really a good reason not to crop other than OCD if it would improve your composition.
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You seem too close, and you do the same shit I do try not to do the wide open aperture for every shot. A good photographer really stressed this to me.

It’s nice walking around in manual and having it wide open so you can get shots off faster but your usually going to be better off just using AV. What.. shutter priority? Wtf u doing lad


The food vender photo, and the two old ladies are great shots.
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>>3467461
I try different shit. I'm still learning. So sometimes I use AP and sometimes I use SP :) I was also really happy about the new lens so I tried to shoot wide open.

Thank you for the feedback, nonetheless. Not trying to defend myself; just explaining my choices. Thanks for watching and taking time to comment.

>post a photo of your own that corresponds to an object or motif in the picture in the post above yours

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>street food
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>red and white tall thingy against a partially cloudy sky

>Location?
google /maps/@59.4700033,28.0395657,19.8z?hl=en&authuser=0

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>The tower stands tall, straight, and massive, like the turgid member of God Almighty, thick and hard with the blood of a new morning. It rises triumphantly from the earth, as if poised on the precipice of thrusting into the heavens, cleaving into it as a man taking his wife on the first night of their union, ready to join sky to land in a symphony of passion.
lol big pp
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>tall thingy from below

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>distant numerals

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Hello,

is there a point and click or DSLR that has facebook or phone integration? My mom went to turkey recently and used her iphone, which didnt do the landscape justice. She's in her late 40s and shes not really into photography so i wanna get her something nice for her birthday.

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>>3465994
what, first put in minimum effort himself? you expect too much of this board anon
good chance op isn't even here anymore
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>>3465993
http://fujifilm-dsc.com/en/manual/x30/connection/wireless/index.html

All of Fuji's current series and much of the last have WiFi which is compatible with a phone app. Get her whatever X100 model has WiFi and is in your price range or just get the newest model, the X100f.

It has a 35mm equivalent lens and a "digital teleconverter" that allows you to shoot at crops sized to be like 50mm and 70mm lenses with a built in algorithm that auto-upsizes them and is pretty decent. Your mom won't notice any image quality loss, and neither will just about any of the pixel peepers here. Plus she'll like how nice the colors are because it's Fuji, so she won't have to mess around with editing to get a nice looking picture.
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>>3465993
just get her a decent mirrorless which is smaller. a6000 and some cheap legacy glass with an adaptor and shes good to go.

she can download the playmemories app that allows her camera to act as a wifi hotspot where her phone then connects and transfers the selected image(s).
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>>3466085
Sonys still need a phone, it's just very fast to transfer photos to a phone.
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>>3465993
A camera with bluetooth/nfc/wifi to phone transfer. Give her something that is compact, lightweight, with full touchscreen UI like her phone, flipscreen, good image guality and most of all easy to use. Probably a Canon M100 and kit lens will do the job. If she wants an evf then an M50 but it will be a bit bigger. I won't suggest a Sony A6000 since it has no touchscreen and the UI is a mess but I have no issues transferring batch jpeg files from that camera to my phone via wifi.

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where the fuck are the mods?

there are SIX FUCKING FUJIFILM THREADS ACTIVE ON THIS BOARD
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>>3465767
...think you're in the wrong place omae.
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There are many active fujifilm threads, feel free to transfer over to this thread


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>>3465767
>>3466392
>>3460302
Legitimately not sure if you guys are doing a bit or if you don't realize that the Op posted a picture of Mt. Fuji in Japan.

Either way, bumping a photo thread and looking forward to the "Troll post, ac responds" meme.
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>>3460524
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>thread savers
Really cool work lads

Some photos I've taken recently around Illinois.

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Horrible, lifeless monoliths rotting over the town. Pretty amazing; saved
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>>3466572
Also should say I like this one too:

>>3465569

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>>3465580
Has potential too, at a different vantage point.
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>>3466573
>Has potential too, at a different vantage point.
I went with the angle that I did because it kind of looked like the little cherub was on the receiving end of a yellow cumshot and I felt like the best angle for that would be looking down at it like "Yeah, you like that? You like that you dirty little angel slut? You like daddy's hot yellow cum all over your filthy slut face?" and the cherub's all "Can you get me a towel? Some got in my eye."

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>>3467090
Well, through those eyes, I guess I was mistaken it had potential
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>>3467399
Shrug-emoji, smiling-emoji, black-santa-emoji, eggplant-emoji, lipstick-emoji.

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Post stupid questions that need no extra thread. Use /gear/ for gear related stupid questions.
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>>3467529
New thread
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>>3467436
Yes, human curiousity I suppose especially if they find your work appealing. Just a few words will do and they will deduct what they think of you from there.
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Would this be a decent field monitor? Someone's selling one for $75 on Craigslist nearby.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Lilliput-669T001-7-In-HDMI-Resesitive-Touch-Screen-Monitor-669GL-70NP-C-T/34367084
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If I use copper shims on my adapters, I can regain the hard-stop of infinity focus instead of having to fight for it, right?
Will the same shimming work for every lens that pairs with that adapter, then?
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I was thinking of getting a full frame Nikon F body, what are some second hand bodies worth looking for?

What's the most powerful picture humanity has ever produced?

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>>3467324
Why would they? They know the luminosity of the Moon, and recording much of anything in those suits is damn difficult. More important to use that time gathering samples and recording their location.
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>>3465223
underrated post
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>>3456419
>Do you know the photographer, or anything about it?
http://neilleifer.com/portfolio/ali-williams-overhead/
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>>3465385
>There's been a good half dozen other photojournalists who have been caught doing shit like staging and photoshopping images in the past few years too, all of which are undeniable.

I remember when AP fired Narciso Contreras for cloning out a video camera in the corner of his photo.

https://www.ap.org/ap-in-the-news/2014/ap-severs-ties-with-photographer-who-altered-work

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>>3465053
Just so everyone knows, that police officer with the camera isn't the one who took the famous photo. It (and several others that didn't go viral) was shot by photojournalist Nilüfer Demir.

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Does anyone else here do paid work?

I make chump change here and there doing stringer/broll work for local news agencies via app.

But wanted to get into maybe real estate or portrait work
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>>3466912
>I make chump change
>maybe real estate
don't expect to make much more unless you can line up 5+ houses a day. Most people here are shooting a house for $40-50

Recommendable books for composition?

Hey Guys, I'm a newfag at photography, just starting. Do you know any books about composition in photography, you can recommend? There's a shit ton of them out there.

Thanks in advance
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>>3467350
YW.
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>>3467350
For stuff like composition, generally ignore works specific to photography (major exception for photographer's eye). The principles of visual composition are the same regardless of the medium. Go read the classics.


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