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Airs Friday 4/18 on PBS
http://www.pbs.org/wnet/americanmasters/garry-winogrand-all-things-are-photographable-about/11274/
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>>3467003
This is so good.
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>>3467208
They’re very cool if you’re at all voyeuristic.
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ITT Instagram pages

post em, rate em, hate em, etc.

>https://www.instagram.com/citrus._.lee/
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https://www.instagram.com/ravi_kang_/

Any feedback would be nice
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Portraits, Nature, Architecture, trying to stay away from the orange and teal look.

>>3447731
Love the theme, your night shots are great.
>>3447773
Raw and real, I love it!
>>3457011
#Goals, nice pics, great locations.

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https://www.instagram.com/ptails00/

Giving this a crack, only just started with Lightroom and doing this as a hobby.
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Hey, I am below mediocre but with feedback I can be better. I will just say a few things about the ones I like, unfortunately, I can not give tips or help>>https://www.instagram.com/maybebestofmartin/

>>3467030
Hey, I like your style. Mostly the road imagines they have nice feeling in them.
>>3463440
Anon, nice positive vibes.
>>3462273
I like you a lot, that is a follow from me. >>3460778
Anon, these colours made my guts jiggle. I like it a lot.

Thank you for a lot of inspiring stuff guys, I will try my best to learn more.
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https://www.instagram.com/musetoiu_alexandru/

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I think the 3 of us need a macro thread again.

Post your gear, even if duct tape and spray paint is all that's holding it together (yes, you.)
Post your photos; even the discards if you don't want to share your pro stuff.
You-you there with the mantids, yes you may even post your mantids.

If you do post something, post what gear you are using, and how you took it. Not that this is a gear thread, but knowing does help the rest of us (me).

>this pic's gear description in next post

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Fungus on a CD.

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>>3464236
Looks like they sell twin-light at around twice the power with more flexibility in lighting position as well. I assumed it wouldn't be as powerful as the native canon but they are basically the same. Yongnuo has to drive them bonkers.
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A carpenter bee lost a battle with another. 20mm f/8, but I don't know the magnification; handheld.

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>>3460884
I just brushed them off with closed tweezers. I didn't try to grab them with the tweezers.

The bee was a little drowsy from the cold so they put up with it.

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can any expert on film cameras help me with this please?

I have the lens shown in the ref picture and it is a 35-70 zoom lens with a ring i turn on it to set the aperture of the photo.

As you can see in the ref image the ring you turn has a red line and a green line. The red line is beside 3.5 and the green line is beside 5.6

If i look on the actual lens the 35mm end is red and the 70mm end is green.

So it make sense that in the picture shown if i was using the lens at 35mm i would be at f3.5 and if i was using it at 70mm i would be at f5.6.

My question is what about all the rest of the zoom range? Which of those 2 lines do i read from?

ie at 50mm do i read the aperture number from the red or green line?

Its a whole stop of difference so if i fuck it up i ruin my photo.

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>>3466518
It looks like the infra-red focus marker. Google that and see what you come up with
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>>3467099
>Constant aperture lenses avoid this by just moving the elements on one side of the diaphragm during the zoom (the actual physical bit inside that controls the actual aperture) so that apparent size doesn't change.
That's not right. F-number is not the same thing as aperture. It's the ratio of the focal length over the effective aperture (effective entrance pupil diameter). Despite the misleading name, constant aperture lenses do not have constant effective apertures, they have constant F-numbers. In order to do that, the effective aperture must grow at the same rate as the focal length to keep the ratio constant. It's the variable aperture zoom lenses that actually have fixed (or approximately fixed) effective apertures, which causes the F number to increase as focal length increases.

>>3467203
>I have spent an hour googling and cannot find anything to explain how people operate manual aperture on variable aperture zoom lenses.
Well for starters, they generally use the light meter in the camera. Then it's just not an issue.
But if you want to use an external meter, or a DSLR for some godawful reason, it's not difficult. If the lens is close to 70mm, read the F-number at the green mark. If it's close to 35mm, use the red mark. If it's in the middle, either read between the marks, compensate with half a stop of shutter speed, or just fuck it and use whichever color you like better since it's not even a full stop between 3.5 and 5.6 which is negligible on negative film.
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>>3467304
It does, but it's not. This is an f-stop marker, not focus marker, and it's because this is an old cheapass variable aperture zoom lens.
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>>3467305

how did this lens even get out the door of the design office?
So you can never get a proper exposure with this lens, you just choose an aperture based on which end of the zoom you are closer too knowing it will be wrong but should be somewhere within 1 stop?

The reason i use the dslr to get the exposure is im using flash so the in camera meter cannot meter it and i want to check its hitting the subject correctly and covering the areas i want so dslr is better than just using a light meter.

The issue here is I want to get correct exposures and this lens does not seem to have that ability unless i am at either 35mm or 70mm

Surely there is some way to do this, there would be laws preventing a company selling a lens that cant even give a correct exposure.
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>>3467311
The lens is fine. You just need to turn down the autism a bit. At worst, the lens would off by about 2/3 of a stop if you zoom to one extreme and used the aperture setting for the other. But if you use it correctly, the most it would be off is about a third of a stop if you're in the middle of the zoom range and use either the red or green mark. If you go between the red and green, or compensate by adjusting shutter speed, the difference will be within the margin of error of most light meters and completely negligible. Anywhere other than the exact middle focal length will be less than a third of a stop different as long as you use the mark corresponding to the closer extreme. Even a full stop is well within the latitude of any negative film and does not matter at all. And even with slide film, that third of a stop is not a problem. Most older cameras aren't even capable of adjustments of less than half a stop, and most mechanically-timed cameras have more than half a stop variation in fast shutter speeds, and yet somehow people get by with them. This simply isn't an issue.

Hey /p/ looking for some ideas.
Im joining a 2 week cross country motorbiking expedition through the Himalayas.

While Im expecting to do some portrait and street work, I will definitely be doing some landscapes.

Im planning to bring
>fuji x100
>Canon 5Dmk3
>Canon70-200mm f/2.8
>Sigma 30mm f/1.4
>batteries+ charging

If you were in my shoes, what would you add or subtract?

Do I ditch/sell the 30mm for a 24-70? Or a 16-35?

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>>3466405
Ditch sigma and fuji and buy good 24-105, or ultra wide zoom. You want versatility always at your hand. As fatigue creeps up on you, you won't be able to force yourself to change the lens. Definitely have nd filters with you, or you'll be shooting at f18 all the time.
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>>3467045
I was actually considering this for the same reasons youve mentioned.
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>>3466405
I don't know how much you ride, but the x100t suffices for me. I have a bunch of other gear, more versatile gear. But the idea of wrecking on my bike is ever looming. A smaller, compact camera is definitely not as much of a loss as a DSLR with a lens worth thousands of dollars.
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>>3466989
>small lightweight carbon fibre
Manfrotto Be Free, carbon fibre

>Ill definitely give the golden light on snowcapped peaks a go
I hope you checked what weather conditions to expect for the season you are going
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>>3466989
Are you familiar with wide angle lenses to an extend where you fill your frame and manage to organize even complicated scenes?
If yes you could go with 16-35 and 70-200 and force yourself to shots which are unusual to the human eye. I really like to do that. To still have the opportunity for the standard, you could add the light 50mm 1.8.

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What are your thoughts on Peter McKinnon? How does he compare to other photography-based YouTubers?
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>>3467253

Personally, I like his videos and his photos.

When i first became interested in photography, I just happened to come across his work and they have been a big help along with other sources, such as Ben Long.
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Don't like his style nor his personality. But then again he is quite well known and has a great customer base which he has some good insight on so he does provide some sort of interesting information occasionally

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based or cringe
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>>3465666
he had another bazooka on his shoulder
guy behind him also had a rocket launcher
whatever they did these long bois must have been common practicw
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>>3466983
Always wondered what's behind that pic. I'd wager some sports photography. But what?
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>>3466985
It's motorsports, as was mentioned earlier. Probably F1. You can clearly see the track behind him. F1 because it's the only one people give enough of a damn about to dispatch that kind of gear to. Tiny chance it's Moto, but probably f1.
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>>3466985
Australian motorcycle Grand Prix at Eastern Creek International Raceway near Sydney (so between 1991 and 1996).
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>>3465666
based. this thread is full of dorks/non-sports photographers, you hate to see it

Thoughts?
I think its really powerful

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNX2GmF6Zbw
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>>3467142
At the same time your democracy encourage you to not make babies, because they leave a higher CO2 footprint than Africans.
https://youtu.be/GI0N5aUD_Hg?t=78

How does that make you feel?

Does China still sound like a bad tyranny now?
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>>3467137
>replace you.
I am not all white people.

New white people are not me.

Foreigners coming to the US doesn't replace me. I'm still here. Once I'm dead, I do not give a shit who's in the US.

The predominantly-white culture of the US is nothing at all like the predominantly-white culture of the US of a few decades ago because cultures change. The US is and always has been a cultural melting pot.

Your argument is based entirely in racism. Fuck off back to /pol/ with that bullshit.

(Also, you're misinterpreting that UN report)
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>>3467148
>Once I'm dead, I do not give a shit who's in the US.
You don't care about how marginalized your relatives will be?

They are going to live in Mexico-like conditions.
You won't be able to pass to them a safe country.
Will you be fine with this?
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>>3467148
>Your argument is based entirely in racism.
Wait, I thought we were talking about how Superior China was over "white" countries.

How is that racist in any way?
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beside Tiananmen Square, which other happenings are the video mentioning?

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Just bought my first roll of film, a Fujifilm Superia X-tra 400, any tips?

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>>3463421
It’s a fucking roll of film, not a nuclear warhead. Just shoot it. Buy lots. Shoot lots.
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>>3463421
dynamic range sucks
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>>3463421
From the thumbnail I thought this is a spaceship in orbit
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>>3463421
Yes. Shoot.

>>3466155
No.
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>>3463421
Don’t take any wooden nickels.
But really it’s this: >>3463424

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All of /p/'s photo threads in a convenient list.

>Why?
Because people are always bitching that there are no photo threads and that no one no one ever gives critique. Here's a way to make it easier to find photo threads that you might want to critique or participate in.

>Why not just use the catalog?
Because the photo threads are all intermixed with gear threads and shitposts. Here, they're all in one list.

>This is dumb, fuck you
NO FUCK YOU YOU FUCK

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>>3459763 Neighborhood people
>>3461648 Larpers
>>3461086 Photos this guy didn't like before
>>3458286 An arrow almost pointing at a tree
>>3460283 Fuji (but shot with a Panasonic)
>>3462163 This guy doesn't know what he's doing wrong
>>3462328 Let's give boring snapshots pretentious titles to troll /p/
>>3462623 Unjudged, unphotoshopped, uncolored
>>3463072 Landscapes
>>3463278 T H I C C girls
>>3461405 Farm animals
>>3461396 Landscapes and long cooldowns
>>3463402 Springtime!!!!!!!!!!
>>3463333 Google Pixel Photos
>>3462732 Moon shot

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>>3458286 An arrow almost pointing at a tree
>>3460283 Fuji (but shot with a Panasonic)
>>3462163 This guy doesn't know what he's doing wrong
>>3462328 Let's give boring snapshots pretentious titles to troll /p/
>>3462623 Unjudged, unphotoshopped, uncolored
>>3463072 Landscapes
>>3463278 T H I C C girls
>>3461405 Farm animals
>>3463402 Springtime!!!!!!!!!!
>>3463333 Google Pixel Photos
>>3462732 Moon shot
>>3460404 London Underground
>>3464289 Fluorescent-lit ceiling
>>3463259 [@_ilmanti]Valletta, Malta
>>3462886 Candelabra

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>>3462328 Let's give boring snapshots pretentious titles to troll /p/
>>3461405 Farm animals
>>3463333 Google Pixel Photos
>>3462886 Candelabra
>>3398831 [Sugar]Sugar Thread
>>3463611 [Meh]Sharp puddle
>>3462623 Unjudged, unphotoshopped, uncolored
>>3463072 Landscapes
>>3463278 T H I C C girls
>>3463402 Springtime!!!!!!!!!!
>>3462732 Moon shot
>>3460404 London Underground
>>3464289 Fluorescent-lit ceiling
>>3460283 Fuji (but shot with a Panasonic)
>>3463259 [@_ilmanti]Valletta, Malta

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>>3461405 Farm animals
>>3463333 Google Pixel Photos
>>3462886 Candelabra
>>3398831 [Sugar]Sugar Thread
>>3463611 [Meh]Sharp puddle
>>3462623 Unjudged, unphotoshopped, uncolored
>>3463072 Landscapes
>>3460404 London Underground
>>3464289 Fluorescent-lit ceiling
>>3463259 [@_ilmanti]Valletta, Malta
>>3464189 [Meh]A river trailing off to the mountains
>>3461396 Landscapes and long cooldowns
>>3465318 [nouveau]Cute brunette amongst plants
>>3464744 Late afternoon park thread
>>3464414 Fiddling fuckboi

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>>3463333 Google Pixel Photos
>>3462886 Candelabra
>>3463611 [Meh]Sharp puddle
>>3462623 Unjudged, unphotoshopped, uncolored
>>3463072 Landscapes
>>3460404 London Underground
>>3464289 Fluorescent-lit ceiling
>>3463259 [@_ilmanti]Valletta, Malta
>>3464189 [Meh]A river trailing off to the mountains
>>3461396 Landscapes and long cooldowns
>>3465318 [nouveau]Cute brunette amongst plants
>>3464744 Late afternoon park thread
>>3464414 Fiddling fuckboi
>>3463796 Cow Town USA
>>3462163 This guy doesn't know what he's doing wrong

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Expect truck stop shenanigans, Southeast regional, moar Bonneville, reposts, trolls gonna troll, plenty of shitposting, hurr shooger you succ, sprinkled with the occasional titties and typical Florida landscapes

>2018
>shooting landscape
>in a flat state

Shig and dig

As always OP is a faggot.

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>>3464384
thanks for the gold kind stranger!

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>>3460623
Based comp
>>3461212
Same
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Equipment MakeNIKON CORPORATION
Camera ModelNIKON Df
Camera SoftwareAdobe Photoshop Lightroom 6.1 (Windows)
Maximum Lens Aperturef/2.8
Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color Area
Color Filter Array Pattern800
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)30 mm
Image-Specific Properties:
Horizontal Resolution72 dpi
Vertical Resolution72 dpi
Image Created2019:04:15 19:09:11
Exposure Time1/30 sec
F-Numberf/8.0
Exposure ProgramAperture Priority
ISO Speed Rating200
Lens Aperturef/8.0
Exposure Bias-1 EV
Metering ModePattern
Light SourceUnknown
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length30.00 mm
RenderingNormal
Exposure ModeAuto
White BalanceAuto
Scene Capture TypeStandard
Gain ControlNone
ContrastNormal
SaturationNormal
SharpnessNormal
Subject Distance RangeUnknown
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>>3460635
i don't want sugar anywhere near RPT

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Did you take a photo today?
Time to let me know.

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Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeCanon
Camera ModelCanon EOS 5D Mark III
Camera SoftwareAdobe Photoshop CC 2015 (Windows)
Maximum Lens Aperturef/4.0
Image-Specific Properties:
Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Horizontal Resolution240 dpi
Vertical Resolution240 dpi
Image Created2019:03:11 21:37:35
Exposure Time1/8000 sec
F-Numberf/4.0
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ISO Speed Rating200
Lens Aperturef/4.0
Exposure Bias0 EV
Metering ModeCenter Weighted Average
FlashNo Flash, Compulsory
Focal Length26.00 mm
Color Space InformationUncalibrated
Image Width3840
Image Height5760
RenderingNormal
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White BalanceManual
Scene Capture TypeStandard
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>>3466939
That’s a lot. What’d you shoot?
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I took one to check if my sensor had any dirt in it today
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>>3463529
Lol is that lady trying to get away from your frame?
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>>3466943
Panoramas, exposure bracketing, hdr panoramas, focus bracketing, regular landscapes, trees, flowers, two birbs, one deer, two butterflies, two or maybe three lizards, glider planes, some rocks...
Went postal after not going out for weeks. :(

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Camera SoftwareAdobe Photoshop CC 2019 (Windows)
Image-Specific Properties:
Image Width1467
Image Height1100
Number of Bits Per Component8, 8, 8
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Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Horizontal Resolution240 dpi
Vertical Resolution240 dpi
Image Created2019:04:20 00:19:05
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Image Height1100
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yes and all of them turned out bad, but its fine, I had fun

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Rate my first real camera. Also have the vertical battery grip
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>>3466718
Camera's fine. Photographer seems bad, though, since he's posting a picture of his camera looking for validation instead of actually, you know, taking pictures with it.
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>>3466720
this

Also use the goddamn /gear/ thread for your degenerate gear related posting needs!
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>>3466718
>looking for validation
T. tripfag who post photos for validation.
Literally no one cared about your shitty photo thread or that fact that you're trying to learn how to zone focus
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>>3466733
honestly, why are tripfags seemingly tolerated here
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>>3466919
They’re the best photographers

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>get Lightroom Classic after years of 5/6
>Runs shittier with fewer spot corrections
>CPU maxes out during export, independent of file size or resolution restrictions
>somehow more cluttered UI and worse importing process

Am I literally retarded or does Lightroom """""Classic""""" suck ass? I tried CC but that was somehow even worse.
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I love how there seems to be absolutely no way around getting lightroom to work efficiently

I do product photography and it's absolutely wrecking my productivity. spot removal and brushes are the death of me
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>>3466129
Maybe if we all signed up for an Adobe CC suite subscription, they would care a little more :^)
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>>3466513
The MBAs would love you to sign up. That won't change the fact that Pajeet can't code.
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Take the C1 pill, bros. If you have a Sony or Fuji (not sure about others), you have no excuse not to use the express vers and the full vers can often be had 50% off.

LR + PS integration is comfy af but C1 produces a better end product than LR. Shills will say, "it just sharpens the photo, you can get the same result with LR with a bit of tinkering". No. You can't. Also, LR has troubles with blue LEDs, turning them purple and wormy.

C1 uses all cores. C1 uses GPU for all tasks.

At this point you are a brainlet if you aren't using it.

>but I'm used to LR

Motherfucker, if you want convenient images and don't want to learn anything just use a fucking Pixel phone. You'll get perfect images in good light and okay images in shitty light.
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>>3466913
I like the results from c1 better, but God I hate the workflow.

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looking for pics of ppl sitting on the iron throne similar to pic related
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>>3466160
like this
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>>3466160
and this
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>>3466163
Ok
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>>3466488
What a disfrace of Human being


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