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I know it is cropped, but damn.
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>>3494621
>redpilled
More like bluepilled. Redpill would know that mostly blacks are responsible for shooting blacks
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>>3494510
As >>3494525 said it's high speed film, it's grainy but has no "noise". For print media at the time it would be fine for a at least a few column inches on the back pages of a newspaper.

People forget how new digital imaging is. The Nikon D1 was released in 1999, twenty years ago. Sure it had less than 3 megapickles but you could use it today and still get great results.

Pic related is the first photograph sent over the "World Wide Web" in 1992. In such a short time the world was changed prolly more than the Industrial Revolution.

And what do we use these technological marvels for?... Porn, shit posting and takeaway food delivered to our door. What a time to be alive.

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>>3494630
>was changed prolly more than the Industrial Revolution.
Nah. Maybe for Chinese. For nobody else. Industrial had massive construction projects across the western world. Whole landscapes changed in years.
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that's what you get when shooting black people in the dark.
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>>3494656
The steam engine and the division of labour vs the digital revolution. ok...

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http://www.andyrouse.co.uk/index.php?eb=1&id=109

>"Canon and I have agreed to end our partnership by mutual agreement".
>I am not an Olympus Ambassador and I don't intend to be. I've said to Olympus that I will say what I find about the system, warts and all, and I'm certainly not being paid to use it. It's all my choice.
>My future direction is to stay independant and to use the best system each individual part of my business.
>right now I am using the Olympus system for my wildlife photography, the Canon 5D4 for underwater and am testing a Panasonic for my video work.
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>>3494635
It's 800mm equivalent. I believe that's obvious.
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>>3494639
>thinking equivalent means equal
>cucking yourself with 35mm equivalence
Pathetic
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>>3494635
>>3494646
It's widely used conversion. If you believe it wrong, start writing letters to stores, review sites and lens manufacturers. I'm not going to argue it with an obvious trollmonger.
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>>3494587
Are you for real? If you're not Ambush trolling (not likely, he usually has constructive trolls) or an actual paid shill then you are the most pathetic person I have ever seen on /p/. A normal, healthy person would defend photos they took based on their merit, not stock photos taken by other people based on the sensor they came from.
The levels of autism this board reaches amazes me.
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>>3494651
A trolling reply to trolling? With an image even! So he's fighting trolling with trolling. A bit silly, but where do you think we are? Hey, at least real ambush is opening his archives for us! A plus for the board.

I only posted >>3494633. And have been already attacked by some angry trolls. But, yeah, these samples are real. Impressive images from certain lenses.

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It's been 12 years I made this photo, just wanted to share it with you.
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>>3492982

It's obviously multiple shots merged together with photoshop
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>>3493008
>not having multiple sponge bob plushies on hand
LAME
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>>3493008
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>>3493130
This is someone's fucking job. God damn, hell does exist on earth.
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>>3494622
Yeah man I've been there and got a photo with it. It was over 30°C at the time. Felt so bad for whoever was in there.

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Post, discuss, and r8 portraits.

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>>3494514
>low quality cropped snapshit from cell phone or m43
Not even b&w can save that and selective coloring is only making it worse.
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>>3493023
Good subframing, but the glass pane shifting the face is very distracting.
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>>3494511
its much more challenging to take good pictures without bokeh
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>>3494617
Agreed. It is why Ambush uses it as such a crutch. Can'tt find good subjects or settings and can't compose at all so he blurs everything to shit
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>>3493900
Just because it aint a grill doesnt mean it a joke

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Last one hit the image limit.

Took this on the Isle of Skye in Scotland.

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>>3492081
top half of this is beautiful imo, but the bottom adds nothing and is waaaay too dark.
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>>3491720
light pollution is unfortunate but i still really like this.
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>>3494308
>>3489044
You guys should have words.
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>>3492169
Splendid shot. Could you post it in macro for some longer staying power?
>>3491720
Trails came out fine, you need to take one control shot and blend in foreground so it isn't blurred.
>>3491446
Good silhouete, overpowered by too much sky. Cut at least half of it.
>>3491304
4mb... C'mon. If you really need to post large res, at least compress it a little. Kinda love the characters. Looks like a doom trip to unknown, but could be improved upon with tighter framing, you've some lines that are munched by too much space on the left third of the picture.

Anyone know image enhancement? Feel like I see something in the top left of this photo but can’t tell what it is

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>>3494502
>39kb
Yeah its a pixel.
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I put it through my pixel scanner and I can safely say that it's a giraffe

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Will we ever start seeing depth mapping on cameras? Or will is stay phone only tech.
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>>3491322
Isn't there some weird rectangular flashlight looking camera that can do something like this and have full DOF across the entire image regardless of how close or distance the stuff is in the image? You can even change the DOF to be whatever you want after the image is taken. I think it uses light-field technology or something.
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>>3491656
yes and it was a meme whos company quickly went bankrupt
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>>3491656
Yeah, Lytro.
Promising tech, but fizzled out, probably the company went tits up.
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>>3491726
>>3491730
That's Raytrix now, but not for normal consumers.
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>>3492541
I think that's purely industrial use. Robo depth map things. It'll take a depth map, and let robot use it to it's use. Lytro was consumer use. Take a shot then change depth in post. I guess it just threw gausan blur on depth mapped image, never looked deeply at it. It's very similar tech that's used by phones.

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>>3493737
bro, they make bags for inclement weather so you don't have to punish your camera like that
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>>3493759
highly doubt there's a bag that lets me use the crank, t-setting switch under the lens, and adjust shutterspeed / aperture.

this camera has been my workhorse for 15 years. i'm not too concerned about that stuff.

portra 400 shot at 3200 with no push processing. i don't like how this film looks during daylight...but damn that's pretty impressive lol

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>>3493602
what's going on here? It looks like the tree closer to you is in focus and the building in the back is as well, but half of this tree isn't. my first thought was that you shot LF and did something with the bellows but that can't be it since you said you shot rolls
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>>3494360
dslr scanning is one hell of a drug
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>>3494360
quick and dirty dslr scanning. working on improving my setup for 120 film. these negs have been sitting around for months and eventually i just wanted them scanned in. put 10/100 effort in.

Are there any super wide primes? Like 10-11mm?
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>>3493827
Crop and rectilinear, I think I saw a 14mm Samyang that looked nice, but was curious if there was weird vintage shit I could find for cheap
>>3493854
I have the EFS 10-18 and really like it but want something a bit faster.
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>>3493646
Laowa 9, 12 2.8, zero distortion
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>>3493888
Vintage wide angles are never cheap. Even a 24mm which was super wide back in the vintage days goes for a ton on most mounts. My Olympus OM 24mm f2.8 cost me £80 and it was actually a solid deal considering most were ending at £100+. You're better off going chink or Rokinon if you're a poorfag.
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>>3494002
RIP
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>>3493649
Go back to /b/

>carefully take apart and clean lens
>shine light
>still smudgy at parts and little dots in some

Am i autistic or is this shit how its supposed to be?
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I took angry photographers advice and just distilled water and cotton wipes. Easy travel pack, couple it with a rocket blower and you're good to go.

Rubbing alcohol for harsher shit than the occasional finferprint.
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>>3494106
Cotton is abrasive. It's not something I'd ever use. Same as paper based cleaning wipes. You've microfiber that's designed for this use.
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>>3494115
I just use the mist from my mouth, wipe it with my shirt and I'm good to go.
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>>3494115
I havent noticed any damage on my lenses I maintain unless were talking on a micro level, I dont grind the shit out of it either. Sterile cotton seems great and I go through several on a single lens to prevent going over it with dirt or contaminants. The only thing it seems to leave behind is occasional fibers which the air blower takes out. Plus a lot of anons dont clean their microfiber cloths anywhere near the amount they should be, and they're practically wiping existing oils and dirt across their lenses.


Idk up to you, works for me.
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>>3493954
use the same shit you use for glasses, and get a microfibre cloth

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Why do you edit the way you do?

Is it your own style?
Do you only do what's trendy?

Do you worry about people
zooming in?

Do you wish people would zoom in?

Do you edit in a way to make others happy?

Do you edit to be viewed on a large screen, Instagram, print?

How long does it normally take?

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>>3494089
Why never?
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>>3494092
because personally I feel I don't make the best decisions when not sober
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>>3494094
You should compare the end results sometime. Though I bet your motor skills will take adjusting. Sometimes it's not about using the final product but, getting yourself in a different mindset to see what happens.
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>>3493508
>Why do you edit the way you do?
because I have difficulty editing in color, my autism kicks in and cant decide. so at the end of the day, I just resort turning my photos to black and white, it makes things somehow easier and it suddenly turns my photos into masterpeices.
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>>3493508
>Why do you edit the way you do?
A mixture between dealing with the limitations of my current gear / software and meeting people's expectations of moar happy colors.

> Do you worry about people zooming in?
No. The output image is usually approximately edited to what the camera+lens could do (or space constraints).

I do generally regret that JPEG has to be used, though - that's the one thing that makes it a bit more annoying to pick good settings depending on the shot.

> Do you wish people would zoom in?
They definitely do.

> How long does it normally take?
Long even for pretty unimpressive edits. Fixing this with software/gear/[...] is on the to-do list.

I dont have much money to spend, but I need decent camera that I can take with me to rock climbing. What do you recommend? My budget is 200-300€ and it doesn't need to be brand new. What kind of specs I should look for and if I buy used, what should I check before buying?
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>>3493990
Used gr
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>>3494122
Thanks. How important is shutter count in with mirrorless cameras if im looking for a used one? I mean what is too much
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>>3494138
Well rock climbing deaths are common enough where you wont need that high of a shutter count.
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>>3494138
Much higher than regular dslr, and even if shutter does go, you can shoot with electronic shutter on most models. Some drawbacks regarding it, so it's not the ideal solution, but most pnshoot cams have only that. I think Tough as well.

>>3494012
>"advising" manual lens to rockclimber
I never even take my cam out when climbing, can't imagine how I'd use both of my arms operating it in the cliff. That's where af comes handy.

Anyway, you'll need a bit of zoom, so gr is out, likewise fujis x100. Most Canon/Sony/Panasonic pnshoot cams will be fine. rx100, lx100, lx10, lx15, canon g9x. There's not much between them. You could possibly get some kind of mirrorless with kitzoom for around 400-500 probably. Maybe even less if you're buying a little older bodies. em-10 ii is very robust in that area. Panasonic/Olympus/Fuji/Sony, there's not much between them in that range. I don't think there are any weather resistant models to be had for as little, so you'd need to be more careful with them than with some pnshoots. They're better sealed even if they're not stated as such. After all, regular pnshoots has seen more 8k peaks than all weather resistant dslr and mirrorless combined.
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How about nex 5 with 18-55 OSS objective? Is it any good? I could get one for a 145€

the most based film to ever do it edition

old thread: >>3485436
All analog/film photography related questions and general discussion is to take place in this thread.
35mm, 120, medium format, large format, instant, polaroid, instax, C41, E6, B&W, developing, scanning, labs, darkroom etc.
Post photos as often as possible, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!

useful links:
http://istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography
https://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart.php

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you're a portrafag

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Why do I feel like the grain with Hp5 gets all mushy when developing with Xtol (1:1)? I like how I get more detail in the shadows especially when pushing, but the ”bland” look is a turnoff, so I’m still sticking to Hc110 and buying 1L bags of Excel when I need it for T-grain films. But it would be so easy to go one developer only...
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>>3494349
welp, guess I'll never buy potra 400 then...
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>>3494239
Very nice I likey
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>>3494397
thanks. he told me it was impossible to take a good photo of him. guess he's right.. at least in regards to making him look good.
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New gay thread
>>3494400
>>3494400
>>3494400
>>3494400

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>every other day there's a thread on /p/ asking for ways to steal stock photography for free
>brands stealing photography all the time and saying "lol it's good (((promotion)))"
>Texas just made it legal to steal any copyrighted images with no legal repurcussions so everywhere else will follow suit
>genuinely thinks there's any worth in stock photography when this is the situation

Get into corporate, food, business and product photography while there's still money to be made and ignore all these shitty schemes to pay you pennies for hours of hard work.
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>>3494086
>Get into corporate, food, business and product photography
h-how do I do this if I'm a landscape photographer? Can I sell my images to tourism agencies?
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>>3494090
>h-how do I do this if I'm a landscape photographer
It depends on how much you enjoy sucking dicks.
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>>3494086
it's too damn bad that this is where the money is, along with wedding photography (to an extent).
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>>3494086

you have a great point. Most of the 'stockers photographers' are making their money with people which doesn't know how the internetz works. Pay some 50 bucks for a model to take a whole of fake pictures to sell to people who cannot think for themselves.

You know that exposed bit of film on a fresh roll?

Would the light bounce down the roll and ruin it if i shine a flashlight through it?
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Generally no, but light piping is a thing and some film stocks are suspectible to it.
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>>3493333
This! Difference bases will change how far and what effects happen due to this. Look into anti-halation layers and you will get a lot of info on the types of effects.
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>>3493675
Would cinestill be fucked because it doesnt have an anti halation layer?
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>>3493797
Would you like trying to ruin large quantities of cinestill stock if allowed?
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>>3494136
Yes


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