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Hey guys I’m about to do my first shoot with a model.
Now she’s not a real model and I’m by no means an experienced photog and the shoot is fetish themed. That for starters.
She wants to bring two friends along with her, don’t know if I should decline or not.
On the one hand I can understand her position of not wanting to go alone with some guy to do a fetish shoot (it’ll be in public tho), on the other hand I think it’ll be awkward/annoying having them behind your back all the time.
Or is it the weirder thing to just have it be you and the model?

How do you guys handle this if you have had similar experiences?

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>>3571724
follow that guy in insta, he's great. I wanna pound all his luscious thicc models into oblivion and make babies with them all.
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>>3571498
I always let friends or relatives show and then I try to sell them on headshots or portraits
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>>3571653
Story if true
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>>3571498
>fetish shoot
>first time
>"why does my model want to bring friends?"
She's wants to make sure she doesn't get raped and murdered by some 4chan poster
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>>3571777

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/fit/ tourist here recently bought a DSLR to highlight my gains and after browsing your board for a few days I've realized that you're all full of talent.

I have been frequently browsing the recent picture threads (among other breads) and I must say that you're all very talented and gifted. I hope you guys can make your hobby into your passion and livelyhood and I hope you all get a chance to visit Japan since you guys love every nip in the first place :)

Godbless you all
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>>3570919
>you're all full of talent
>you're all very talented and gifted
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>>3570919
Thanks based anon, I really needed this today
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Talent doesn't exist
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>>3570919
Thank you!
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>>3570919
>tfw when you've been here too long on /p/ you can no longer tell the difference between genuine wholesomeposting and b8 posting

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Dumping a few images from the past couple of weeks. These are all WIP and still need a lot of cleaning up / local adjustments. I'm new to shooting 4x5 and developing, so feedback would be much appreciated!

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>>3571145
>>3571150
>>3571162

I really like these
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A couple more from a few months ago. This was it was the middle of summer so I spent like 3 hours down on the beach before I had to leave for work.
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Winter's hit here now, I'm just waiting on my sleeping mat getting back from repair and I'm going to try to get out backpacking in the mountains with the 4x5. The only issue I foresee is the shutter on my 120mm gets a bit sticky and gets worse the colder it is. Hope it doesn't freeze.

Also to anyone lurking, I've started taking short video journals on some of my trips because I enjoy seeing other people's photo vlogs. Is that something you'd watch?
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>>3571647
yes
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>>3571154
This is really nice
Why does film have so much soul

I have an idea for a camera listen to This. The most common issue with camera bodies is the shutter eventually failing. Barring the battery (which is easily replaceable) the shutter failing is the number reason why people a. People are reluctant to buy used bodies (no pun intended) and b. Repairs cost so much, because taking apart an expensive body requires immense amounts of work and multiple avenues of failure.


So i propose this: A body that has no shutter. The shutter will be in the lens. Or perhaps even a separate module that attaches inbetween the lens and body, but personally just the shutter attached to the lens. Not only would repairs be easier (lenses are easier to take apart) but that means you wont have to send your body for an expensive repair. You could shoot while ur lens is out for servicing.

There is no reason why this cant be done. The technology is right there. Ofc lenses are already digital and computized. And all cameras have hotshoe mounts to talk to the lens for autofocus and aperture priority.

Thoughts?

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Millennial "invents" copal shutters in 2019
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>>3571255
>There is no reason why this cant be done.
business. thats the reason. we have the technology to make shutters that last forever, in camera or not.
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>>3571262
how does it work?
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Leaf shutters are common in MF digital photography (Phase One, Hasselblad, Leica(if you'd include it in the MFD range) though I'm not sure if any new lenses have been developed for the GFX or Pentax systems that include one, and not sure if they're even compatible with old lenses that do have it.
They were practically necessary on 6x6+ size MF and Large format, because the practicality of producing a focal plane shutter would result in a prohibitively large shutter mechanism, that would drastically increase the shutter shake of the camera, and result in a large time delta between the capture of the top of the frame to the bottom of the frame (or side to side).

That said, Leaf Shutters are not all they're cracked up to be either. They have lower shutter actuation lifetimes (in the order of 10's of thousands on the newer lenses) and when one does fail, it's often harder to replace, as the mechanism needs to fit close to the Fourier plain to ensure the smallest possible travel distance. (Read on 4F optics if you want to know why it shouldn't be on the exact focal point). Not to mention that older LS lenses essentially need to be un-sprung when packing them away for a while to ensure longevity of the lens.

For me personally, I'd love to see a range of LS lenses designed to work with modern 35mm cameras so I can have better flash sync, but it'll likely never happen... Just like native lower than ISO100... (Yeah, Nikon Z7 is the exception to that one).
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>>3571479
electronic shutter
the cheaper Nikon 1's were also electronic shutter only iirc

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Hi /p/ I just bought by first camera (200D or SL2) and I was wondering if its a good purchase for a first timer?
I'm also planning on buying a 50mm F1.8 Yongnuo lense for it and once I have the money maybe a 1.6mm F1.4. Please tell me how to make the best use of my new purchase thank
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>>3571413
It's impossible to say if that's a she under all that makeup
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>>3571409
>go outside
>shoot at 1/2000 because it is sunny out
>laugh at the kit lensfags who autistically screech muh is
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Kek, sould've bought a 5d classic and your choice of nifty fifty. Your setup will produce no detail and horrible noise.
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>>3571643
>Your setup will produce no detail and horrible noise

sort of like a tripfag?
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>>3571643
>canon 5D classic
Wait that's not ambush

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> search catalog
> no terry thread
Post rare Terry's.
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>>3570787
Olivier: I have heard women say Terry’s work is just an expression of the typical male obsession for sex and a celebration of the camera as an extension of his phallus, but this is a very reductive definition of his work.
First, his pictures are a form of visual humor. Second, he is always sharing real emotion with his model. They are not objects or sexual props. The photos aren’t even about that. They are an experiment, an examination of the interaction between a photographer and his models in this age of media, fashion, self-obsession and narcissistic paranoia. He keeps pushing these dialectic structures (man/woman, photographer/model,
phallic/non-phallic) as far as he can until the difference between “art” and “fashion” becomes totally blurred.
You don’t know what is real and what is constructed. When the critics make it a competition and become obsessed with choosing the winner (the photographer or the model) they make it so ideological it becomes uninteresting. Terry’s experimentation is about subverting this dual structure and documenting an intimate relationship with the model. Where can he take it? Where can he take it today? What are the limits of the game? What will the viewers call fashion and what will they call art? Will they reject the images entirely and censor him? That is the experiment.

Gavin: It’s also reductive to assume it’s all about shock value. I remember when the Sex Pistols were on Bill Grundy (host of Thames Today, a London television show of the 1970s) and he accused them of swearing just to shock people. They pointed out that this is the way they talk every day. There’s no premeditation about it. They were just being honest.
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>>3570788
Olivier: That is a crucial element of this whole thing. His pictures are totally honest. They don’t hide anything. They don’t pretend to be what they are not. In this sense they are a political statement too. It’s not pornographic because it reveals how the rest of photography today is pornographic. By having these images in a commercial context they act as a Trojan horse that transcends the original format. They sneak the viewer a moment of truth.

Gavin: When I look at art I don’t give a shit about the artist’s lifestyle but Terry is an exception to that. The whole dichotomy of lowbrow and high art comes from the ups and downs of his fucked up past.
Half his life is wealthy snobberdom. Hes the son of a fashion photographer and was born in New York but moved to Paris at an early age. It was all celebrities and travel and art until his parents’ marriage exploded after his father had an affair with a 17-year-old Anjelica Huston.
The other half of his life was about being dirt poor and playing in esoteric punk bands, getting addicted to drugs with no family around to care. It’s a weird combination of homeless orphan and uptown rich kid that you rarely see in an artist. Is he where he is today because of luck or was it his destiny?

Olivier: It’s a hard question to answer. Sometimes the images are light and have no purpose other than to amuse. Sometimes they are profound and portray love as a fissure of pain and murder. He is at once a careless street kid and a misanthropic Lacanien. They float in the limbo of rapport and are essentially a documentation of the gap between person and portrait. ls it hatred or an irrepressible jouissance? I don’t know.

Gavin: I just like laughing at poo and fantasizing about fucking the hot girls. It’s the only kind of porn I can enjoy these days.

Olivier: But Terry’s pictures are never pornographic.

Gavin: Oh.
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>>3570790
Olivier: Pornography is the way sex is commercialized by a repressive machine in an isolated ghetto of pictures (on the net, in magazines, films, etc.). Pornography is an industry of repression, a collective enterprise of profit. It’s a visual industry which kidnaps sex as a product for frustrated men.
Terry is actually working against pornography because he is reintroducing desire, seduction and playful sexuality, in real life, in real time, in the studio. He is photographing sex as a real interaction between him and his model. He is not playing the scenario of sexual pornographic control and alienation. He is part of the game. We can see one arm of Terry with his watch, one hand, sometimes his body, sometimes his penis, etc. He refuses the stereotypical function of the porn picture. By placing himself in the picture he is suppressing the illusion of domination and joining the frame. It should be noted however that Terry is not trying to demystify sexuality. He’s just lightening up the whole subject and creating a more equal rapport between photographer and model. A photographer going in front of the camera is not enough, just like the factory owner from the Pasolini film ‘Theorem’ deciding to join the workers is not enough. What is required is a sacrifice like in every film of Pasolini. A sacrifice of the artist who knows that he must sacrifice himself to the system, the fashion system, the pornographic system. The artist must face it with no fear.
Pornography is not only fake, stupid and dangerous, it does not exist. It’s a pure construction, an illusion. Terry’s pictures are the opposite of that. They are deconstructing this faux veneer. That is why it’s so infuriating to hear the press call his work “porn chic” or “porn glamour”.

Gavin: Yeah.
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>>3558266
obviously the best joker...
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>>3569861
what a sticc!

>>3571275
lel, River's younger brother is not kino

Hey, it's me, the self-effacing idiot. I'm back with some more pictures. Haven't posted in a while. Speaking of "post", my editing of scans is still terrible and my screen is uncalibrated, so please be forgiving on contrast, a little.

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Here's another dud I developed last night.

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>>3568194
X-ray film is anachronistic(sp) so you'll have to use blue/green makeup to get normal skin tones on Caucasian skin tones
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>>3571617
I'm already using a filter that blocks out everything above 405nm, so why would I use makeup?
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>>3571619
Orthochromatic*
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>>3571620
I know that x-ray film is orthochromatic, but I'm using a filter that blocks the wavelengths it isn't sensitive to. I think you're misunderstanding how I use this. By way of a filter I use, there is no light in these photos above 405nm.

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>be landscape photographer
>constantly and shamelessly promote your shitty calendar with 12 photos
Is this how landscape photographers generally try to make a living nowadays or is that merely what they do when they have a Youtube/Instagram following?
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>>3569451
Calendars are high IQ.
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>>3569461
This. The ascended individual uses physical objects to tether themselves to reality and the consequences of it. A calendar gives one a tactile representation of time, and therefore the person who uses a calendar appreciates time more.

But I wouldn't expect pleb street/portrait photographers to understand.
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>>3569456
>>3569461
I buy calendars because I work overnight, so I tend to forget what day it is.
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tfw no hapa gf
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>>3569451

instagram is about to be replaced by tik tok.
No wonder they are desperately trying to make some cash before instagram joins facebook, tumblr and myspace on the trash heap of outdated social media nobody uses anymore.

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any potential?
https://imgur.com/a/OUEL517
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>>3569057
what did you take these on btw?
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>>3569042
>the absolute of america
Loling at you 52%ers
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>>3569753
Point and shoot film
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bump
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>>3570721
what camera?

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What's the final call? Is sRGB king for editing? or is it Adobe RGB?

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>>3566614
Hey man

Good vs Accurate colours:
I'm coming from a position where colour is absolutely critical (colour of a specific item, or brand logotype) vs, say, a landscape photograph (instagramer). That mountain the distance can appear however you want the thing to appear with regards to colour as long as it looks 'good'.

Prophoto RGB default in LR:
I thought that I had to alter this in prefs ages ago, I import everything from CaptureOne into LR in my workflow.

Widest Gamut - strictly for photography:
Oh mate, absolutely. I mean, for artworking in Illustrator I'd be taking a completely different approach. I'd be specifying Pantone references or using a very limited swatch palette for anything which is going to be printed or manufactured.

Custom PDF, etc:
I get you, I was referencing a book I put together last year which was a combination of text, images, photographs, etc that was exported from Indesign. It's that confidence you need in your own artwork and your printer in order to ensure that whatever is coming out of the other end is going to be right. Of course we'd sign off on a proof before committing to a full run worth £20,000+...I mean, theres always that difficult phase that everyone goes through at some point when finding that perfect artwork 'black'. I always go with a 35,35,35,100 now. Seems to be a magic formula and balances with really rich deep blacks found in accompanying images in my last couple of projects.


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>>3566633
>Good vs Accurate colours:
Yeah if you're shooting product you have to be spot on. Which color checker are you using? xrite offers 9 gagillion of them and I'd be interested in hearing which you use.

>Widest Gamut - strictly for photography
looks I mis-typed putting in adobeRGB intead of prophoto. AdobeRGB actually makes sense to use considering its original application, but yeah, limit the colors and work with pantones.

>Custom PDF, etc
If you're moving out of ID then yeah go PDF all the way. I don't work enough with mass printing to have identified the perfect black. Do your printers send over profiles and are they actually useful? I've always found the profiles I've gotten for high end printing to be unsatisfactory. Enough so I just handle the printing of my own work now.
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Ok, stupid question time.
The color space setting in the camera only applies to jpeg and not raw, right?
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>>3568730
Correct. The in camera color space setting does not effect the raw file.
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>>3566164
based Ken

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I need a new notebook for post production, so something that can run smooth photoshop & lightroom.
is this a good choice?
https://www.asus.com/Laptops/ASUS-ZenBook-Pro-15-UX580GE/
otherwise, give me some advice
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Bought pic related a year ago. Undervolted it straight away and it's been perfect for photoshop, lightroom and premiere.
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>>3570808
the dell xps 15 seems really good, similar specs to the asus zenbook and same price range.
>>3570845
wich model of the matebook is?
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>>3570716
>every series looks overpriced af to me. they really still worth it?

ftfy
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>>3570942
i dont like apple products cause overprice and >>3570808 (with same specs of other brands)
but at least 10 years ago you could buy a great machine that lasted for years.
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Dell XPS 15 is a great workstation

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so i did my own lense formula, what do you think? :-)~~

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>>3571267
reddit coment
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>>3571085
Reminds me of the old sticky, kinda.
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>>3571281
It's comment, there's two fucking m in the middle, you troglodyte.
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i think im understanding what this recipe does. at full aperture (f3.5) it behaves like OP pic and 3rd pic. if fully closed or almost closed (say f11), it behaves like in >>3571090 aka. normal lens. now one would think since its pre focused to like 30cms, it should super blur a landscape shot, but 2nd pic shows a fairly intelligible image. need more shots to understand and predict what it does.
>>3571130
'No!'
>>3571112
>>3571257
>>3571259
ty lads.
>wtf do you mean by lens formula mate
i made my own lens from a couple canibalized lens from an olympus pen and some other small camera.

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>>3571284
;)

Post your snaps of your glorious nippon here
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>>3558399
Aww ^.^
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hi

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>>3557312
Maybe I'm just a pleb but I like this one. Maybe lighten up the bottom left corner?
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Why does /p/ eat up instagram filters?
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>>3570836
>instagram

Vsco*

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stuff from fall

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itt: babby's first dslr photos
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nope
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all trash
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>>3569693
I ignore them. Harmless as far as I know, I hear people eat them when interior is still white, but even then not very tasteful.
>>3569697
Try this one with focus on the fore threes and small apperture, or longer lens for some bokeh balls action.
>>3570950
This one's great, not a fan of edits.

Decent, could be better, but I'm fan of forest shots, so post more if you have any.

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Thread 3: Gulls

Found in abundance, generally accessible and approachable. Take a photo of a gull and post it here.

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>>3571241
Thanks.
The nex 5n does its job... It's my first reflex camera, and all my lenses are cheap vintage. I've learned to shoot with it since 2 years.
It is now very old, the usb is broken, i've changed the screen once, and the body is covered with duct tape. I'll certainly change for a bigger sensor next year.
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>>3571343

You make it look pretty capable enough. I'm still looking for a small secondary camera so I don't have to rely on my phone so much.
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>>3571243
gotta love that eye bokeh
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posting gulls in a troll thread

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Lens Aperturef/4.1
Exposure Bias0 EV
Metering ModePattern
FlashNo Flash, Compulsory
Focal Length29.20 mm
Color Space InformationsRGB
Image Width1536
Image Height2048
Image Number103-0356
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Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeCanon
Camera ModelCanon PowerShot A620
Maximum Lens Aperturef/7.1
Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color Area
Firmware Versionrmware Version 1.00
Image-Specific Properties:
Horizontal Resolution180 dpi
Vertical Resolution180 dpi
Image Created2007:02:24 13:50:12
RenderingNormal
Exposure ModeManual
White BalanceAuto
Scene Capture TypeStandard
Exposure Time1/2500 sec
F-Numberf/8.0
Lens Aperturef/8.0
Exposure Bias0 EV
Metering ModePattern
FlashNo Flash, Compulsory
Focal Length29.20 mm
Color Space InformationsRGB
Image Width1536
Image Height2048
Image Number103-0360


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