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Bought my first camera (Panasonic G7) a month or month and a half ago and want to get some feedback in my first photo trying to do something new. So what do you guys think?
I’m still getting the grasp of basic photography
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>>3436710
Remove the noise and it's quite cool
>>3436717
Blurry and subjectless

Try to reproduce pictures you like for instance
Also the big advantage with mirrorless cameras is the fact that you can get some nice vintage lenses at a low price and adapte them easily
Carry on
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>>3436719

ignore this, the noise in the image is fine. It just looks like 35mm film grain if anything.

Try to pick a subject in a scene that you find engaging with your eyes. Appreciate it from different angles, then try with your camera. Look for distinct shapes that really project from the rest of the image.
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>>3436717
What's peeking my interest, is where do you guys get these 4543588DF-4FGTS filenames?

What is it about Sony cameras that attracts autism?

It amazes me that the camera series has such potential yet the user base has never achieved a single photograph worthy of mention.

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should i buy mirrorless or dslr ?
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>>3436698
It all depends on the lens selection and compatibility.
Do you already have some lenses, and are they crop or full frame?
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>>3436698
EVF and 300g lighter or OVF and better handled bodies?
features or battery life?
how much money do you have?
do you do video or do you do photos?
so many factors comes into this
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>>3436485
I would likely not recommend a Sony camera I own to anyone.
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>>3436698
Its just a tool for taking photographs, take whatever you feel is right for you. Almost anything from last 5 years is capable of more than most hobbyists can use.

Where were you when the king became the voice of the new film generation? He’s even due to give a presentation for thedarkroomlab’s meetup this year. He definitely has pull in the industry. Why doesnt /p/ discuss him more?

#minoltagang

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>>3434274
Its pronounced “#minoltagang”
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>>3434274
the one you have with you
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>>3434223
>liking a hipster “film photography influencer”

Who’s the real loser
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>>3434274
"Faggot"
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Who all is going to be tuning into his new BANGER dropping tomorrow? Looks like hes going to be going over zone focusing for shooting street!

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Hello /p/let's share some of our own or others picture of cute/beautiful dead things.

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These are swank
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>>3435182
kek
>>3435190
hahaha i get you my fren also
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>>3435198
All of them are well taken, so professional type, from them all my favorite is >>3435198 because is so simple but yet well executed, truly they deserve to be in a magazine!

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Why are most of the best pictures here shot with cheaper cameras?
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Because cheaper cameras are more prevalent and gear doesn't matter
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>>3434736
start by posting some examples at least
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>his camera doesn’t even color
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>>3434736
Because they're the ones you have with you, literally

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Is it acceptable to display your own photography in your home? Or would it come across as egotistic?

I mean obviously I can do whatever I want as its my home etc... but would it be considered a taboo amongst other photographers?

For example a friend of mine is a professional award winning watercolour artist and doesn't display any of her own work. But she displays many works of a similar style to hers done by others.
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>>3436509
If they're good photos and maych your other decor. It's always fun when you bring a date home and they compliment your wall art and you tell them you took them.
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I would say one or two of your best photos would be a good conversation piece. As long as you don’t go crazy and have like 50+ photos hanging in your house.
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>>3436509
If you can't admire your work, what the fuck is the point of taking pictures?
It's honestly more egotistical to present them to others in hope they will laud you with praise.
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Been meaning to print a few photos for the wall. Currently I only have other photographers work displayed, however most of my non-photo friends probably assume they're photos that I shot.

Currently just have 3 5x7's in the bedroom in one of those 3 in 1 frames.
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Hang some photos in your home. This is just one of several in my home and I'm working on getting more up. People have visited my home and complemented my photos so that's just a plus.

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I'm looking for a pocketable 35mm camera. Really want either a decent rangefinder or something like a Ricoh Gr1 (just dont want to spend $500 on something that will break...)

A lot of people have suggested the Olympus XA and idk the shutter kinda just turns me off.

Any suggestions?
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>>3432383
You have one? How is it? Any details you can give would be great, it looks interesting. So does the af, but it seems like there are basically none of those around
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>>3433360
Please see
>>3436387

Hadn't read your post yet. I'm really curious about that Minox
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>>3436388
I have the Balda 35 mini. Balda was the manufacturer of the Minox cameras, at some point they decided to sell some under their own brand.

The main difference from the minox is that it's fully point and shoot, not aperture priority. And some cosmetic differences, for instance in the Balda the viewfinder assembly gets covered by the trap door when you close the camera, so it doesn't get scratched when in your pocket etc.

It's a breeze to use. Zone focus with marking at 3m for hyperfocal, and pictograms to help you with focus (person, 2 people, group, mountain). Or you just guess the distance and set it on the lens.
The viewfinder is big and bright, with clear bright framelines and some dotted lines for parallax.

They're completely quiet because of the leaf shutter, ISO goes up to 1000.
The performance is good, the lens is 38mm f/2.8, and is sharp for its use case. It's softer in the corners wide open, expectedly.

The best thing about the camera is how small and *especially* flat it is. It folds up to the size of a pack of cigarettes, sitting flush on both sides, which makes it very pocketable. You can carry it in even your jeans backpocket, let alone a jacket pocket. It's the most pocketable camera I've ever handled. Many cameras like the XA, point and shoots etc., are small, but the bulge or have a protruding lens etc. . The Minox and Balda are very flat, which makes a big difference.
I usually throat it in a pocket with some ISO400 film and forget it, carrying it with me all the time even when I take other "serious" cameras with me.

Some models have an extra "backlight" button that gives +2EV exp. compensation for when you shoot something backlit that might confuse the meter.

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[cont.]

Speaking for the Balda, it has some little niceties too. For instance it has a little arrow that points to the film advance after you've taken a shot, ot advance the film. And when doing so, it changes and points to the shutter, indicating it's ready to shoot.
In the viewfinder, when you half-press the shutter, it lights up a red OK when the light is sufficient for handholdable shutter speeds, and a flash signal when it's too low. It'll give accurate multi-second exposures if you bother to set it on a tripod, not sure how long the shutter can go, but definitely upwards of 4 seconds.

Then there's the dedicated flashes that you can connect, but they add considerable bulkn (because the cameras are small). On the minox it attached on top, on the Balda on the side. 2AA batteries, 3 power settings. Fine for quick snaps of people at parties etc.

>picrelated, size comparison
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>>3436388
And an example with the flash.

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Comfy photos thread?
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>>3418212
Based and comfpilled
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>>3420988
At least she won't get raped
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>>3432786
Yeah but what about it?
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>>3407971
What makes this image so comfy
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>>3412817
2600 pls go

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Another edit challenge thread. This time of a picture i took while in the army. Also give inputs what kind of subjects you want in the future. I have some cool spec ops shit in low light and stuff if thats what you guys want.

http://backup.kjeks.io/Screenshots/DSCF8882.RAF

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downloaded rawtherapee yesterday.

In general I still have trouble finding the right amount of shadow-highlight and contrast relation.

I did not crop because I liked the wide space the sky created and the guy as sign of partnership or something like that
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>>3436475
I just liked that look more. Keeping the original colours wasn't a criteria.
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>>3436545
>I just liked that look more.
Your taste is bad and you should feel bad.
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>>3436548
I feel bad wether my taste is bad or not.
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The thing cat
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i think you misspelled "piss garbage shit ass"
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>>3431689
I think you mispelled “I call this one... Lucid Goat Daydreams.”
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>>3431668
TEST
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>>3431668
this looks like something you would see while youre on shrooms
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>>3431668
Remins me of that due that wiped his sencor with alcohol and fucked up the coating i ages came out trip I like that but more narural

DIY Photo Stuff -

I tried making some V-flats and after painting the inner side black the pannels curled... ideas on how to fix?

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Paint both sides.
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>>3436456
>after painting the inner side
why?
just get black one side, white other foam core
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>>3436456
Spray a thin layer of clear shellac first and then black over that. It will keep the black from soaking in and warping it.
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>>3436456
Also, let things cure under a heavy flat surface for 24 hours, like your ass. That way they stay flat.

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Still don't have a clue how to emulate his lighting. Hoping, my internship with a fashion photographer bears fruit.
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Latest photo book was cream.
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Ernst Haas. I wish I could say more but his use of color and composition gives his photographs a painting like look (if that means anything) that I find pleasant and interesting.
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Trent Parke is fucking fantastic
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>>3436298
How does one go about interning with a fashion photographer? Do you get paid?

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Okay lads I don't really know what I'm supposed to do with my cosmonaut series. Does any of you have experience with getting stuff published? Is entering photo competition worth it?

anyway you can help me cut it down to around 10 with a good mix in location.

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>>3431837
>Uhm
Here’s your (You)
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>>3431813
>>3431815
>>3431823
I like these a lot. I mean I can see where all the anons with the "you need more compositioning" come from but then again they don't seem to want to help you at all. Just bash you down.
I can't do it better and I enjoy this short story of being lost on different planets.

>>3431823
This is my favourite by far
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>>3435984
This looks terrible. Thw only redeemable factor would be if it was a real scene and not photoshopped to hell and back
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Damn Lain, really but really good set. Loved the edited and the theme.

Maybe posting them on Behance can give you some insight and publishing it later with help of their community.

pro-tier photography. thank you for sharing
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>>3436376
>Behance
Is this good or worth it.

I just use insta and flickr.

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I got a leica 2, and I am looking for some different m39 threaded lenses to try out. I have an Industar 22 and an exceptionally good Jupiter 61 (both soviet "leica" lenses), and would like to know the verdict on the Czech version before putting any money down. Also open to suggestions for other low-budget leica-style lenses to use as well.
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Example of the CV Color Skopar 35mm f/2.5 m39/ltm.

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and the 21mm f/4

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>>3434983
Average summar lenses I see are between $400 and $2000 (AUD). I do like the jupiter series so will be gathering a few more, I've been on the lookout for a Zeiss-style jupiter 8 (Direct clone from the german version rather than the barrel-body design) however it is quite rare, and usually only the contax/kiev version uses the unmodified design. I'll check out the i50, thanks for advice.
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>>3436261
The Jupiter-8 isn't really rare, but a lot of the samples you find online are not worth it (scratched, fungus etc.). Optical formula is the same for all of them if I remember correctly. If you find one with good glass, then get it. For 35mm, there's also the Jupiter-12, whereas for 28mm there is the Orion-15. However, I strongly recommend not to cheap out on lenses. A good Voigtländer Color Skopar 50mm 2.5, 35mm 2.5, or Ultron 28mm 1.9 is going to serve you well for a very long time, so it's worth investing a little more.
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>>3436261
>I've been on the lookout for a Zeiss-style jupiter 8 (Direct clone from the german version rather than the barrel-body design)
??
I don't get what you mean anon.
The original Sonnars and the Jupiter clones were in Contax bayonet mount (same as Kiev), and they were tiny cause they lacked the focusing helical, as this was built into the camera mount itself.

Zeiss produced very few copies in Leica screwmount, some custom built by technicians for a quick buck, as well as some official made ones for government use.

But the russians produced tons of screw mount versions. They essentially took the contax mount jupiters, slapped a set of barrels on them to give them back the focusing helicoid they lacked (and also translate the rf cam movement to the leica standard, since their true focal length was slightly different).

Anyway, the Jupiters in screw mount are fine. Optically they're as good as the Contax/Kiev Jupiters. But since much more of them were made (plus the introduction of barrels that need to be assembled in a specific way, and have no clear entry pointS), there are some butchered ones by people mis-assembling them when trying to repair them.

As long as you can find good working ones, the 50mm f/1.5 Jupiter-3 and the 85mm Jupiter-9 are great people lenses. Good bokeh (due to formula+many rounded aperture blades), small size, very sharp and contrasty when stopped down. The 50mm f/1.5 is like two lenses at once: low contrast but good resolution when wide open in the centre, with beautiful bokeh, and more sharpness in the centre that falls off towards the corner, nicely isolating the subject. A lot more contrast at f/2 and f/2.8, but same nice bokeh with perfect circular bokehballs, because of the 15 aperture blades.
Then at f/4 and below it becomes sharp and very contrasty everywhere except the corners, so can be used for general purpose.


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Hello /p/, I want to try my hand on photography, though I am debating whether I should buy a digital camera especially one of the high zoom models. I had a group of people telling me that Analog photography has a level of quality that digital photography will never attain. And I'm uncertain which to get. Help me.

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>>3428536
Sony A7s for low light video
Any nikon after 2010 for photography
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>>3430466
Okay
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>>3426451
No
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>>3366733
any camera works
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>>3433689
No, just no.


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