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Hey kid, you wanna see a dead body?

Commune with the dead. Go to a cemetery, mausoleum, Egyptian tomb, roadside accident memorial, cheap nursing home where they cut a lot of corners, etc, and take a picture. Just don’t actually murder anyone, unless you want to be remembered as an epic and awesome photographer who was always willing to go the extra mile in the pursuit of art.
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>when your challenge thread is an art student meme

Literally every art college kid's first place to shoot is a graveyard. I see flocks of them every year near my local college. What's next, cats?

>the state of /p/
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>>3465218
>What’s next, cats?
Next is arrows: >>3464284

Also, graveyards are not the only option for this challenge; just the easiest.
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>>3461715
>Let me just draw a color wheel and draw n-1 lines from each color to each other color.
Makes total sense.
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Late entry because I happened to pass this little roadside shrine today.

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And another one, but I'm gonna sage because this thread is so old.

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Hey /p/

Has anyone here tried wheatpasting his pictures ?
I want to try but I would appreciate some feedbacks.

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>>3466383
reddit has a and guide on it
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sounds like a lot of fun, hadn't considered it
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>>3466387
Indeed. I've read it but I'm more interested in the process of : taking a picture -> weatpasting it.

On reddit it is more focused on people drawing's.

>>3466394
It is unless you get caught by the po po.

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>>3466397
I feel like you would probs be mostly doing it with B&W, for aesthetics,cost ETC, and you'd want to bump the sharpness a bit, or a lot, try and experiment with it , see how the paste covering the photos screws with how they look.

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Hi, this is my first time posting here
This is some of my favourite photo I have ever taken. Can you tell me what and how I can improve?

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>>3462744
I agree. It’s well exposed, which is part of the challenge for a lot of folks right off the bat.
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>>3463674

How?
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>>3462732
> Can you tell me what and how I can improve?
The moon has been around for far longer than the human race, and it's tidally locked to always face the same side toward the earth.

I.e., your picture of the moon in the center of the frame surrounded by blackness looks pretty much like every other picture of the moon in the center of the frame surrounded by blackness ever taken. You did do well taking the shot when it wasn't just a bright-ass full moon (so you can see some stars and it's not the same uniform gray/white of the average moon photo), so that's a start, but it's still fundamentally "Here's a bigger brighter dot among some blackness and smaller dots"

To improve:
1. Gear. Your 18-135 isn't cutting it for a moon photo. Pick up a longer lens. You can get a shitty manual focus 500mm f/8 supertele from Amazon for like a hundred bucks. Quality is pretty bad, but usable, and you can get some decent shots with one with a little practice.
2. Don't take photos of the moon when it's so high up. Find an interesting location with a cool subject other than the moon and a whole lot of distance clear to it on the horizon. Like a hill overlooking a town with an interesting tower in it or some such. Set up on a tripod with a really long lens and shoot the tower with the moon in the background looking enormous because you're using a long tele to compress perspective and it's near the ground to give it more of a sense of scale.
3. When doing the above, use online celestial-body-tracker tools to find a time of year when the moon will be near the horizon at a time of day when there's enough light from the sun/sky to light up your main subject but not so much that the moon isn't bright and visible.

Moon as an element to a composition will almost always be more interesting than moon as the composition itself.

(Most of this advice comes from book-smarts; I've never been able to successfully pull off a really great moon photo like what I'm describing myself)
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>>3463921
Step one: Put the cellphone camera at the telescope eyepiece
Step two: Take picture
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>>3463921
Picture related
>>3466367
And then this.
Also Camera FV-5 helps

/Japan/ General: Post your best HQ photos taken on the island of Japan.

>really really REALLY want to get a new(er) DSLR because mine is very old and not so good anymore
>jobless uni student still living with parents and have no way of being able to afford my dream camera (Canon 80D)

This feels bad, man. How do you guys get over not having the camera of your dreams, and having to stick with your current one?
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>>3466224
Better must not be a metric of technical image quality. I guess there are occasions where a phone or some Ricoh GR/Fuji GX10 is the preferred camera
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>>3466217
I don't know this feel, if I want something I just buy it.
Employed uni student, landed contract during first mandatory 4 week summer internship, student loan taken care of by company, getting full pay, still living with parents because efficient and comfy. Half the graduates leave with a contract on my major, so it's nothing much out of the ordinary actually.
In short, if you don't graduate with a contract in your pocket you didn't try hard enough and shouldn't have wasted all that time and money in the first place.
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>>3466233
>Better must not be a metric of technical image quality
For you
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Living with your parents is the best way of saving money, even if you get some min wage job you can still put 100% of your post tax wage to savings.

Go flip burgers for a month or two, Anon.
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I start photography in 2008 and doesn't have enough money to buy something decent. So I have take 30$ from my really tight budget and bought used photography equipment. Flipping bodies,lenses and others have force me to recognize a deal and upsell it for profit. After 3-4 months of flipping I bought my first dslr kit (Olympus e-410 with 2xlenses) and was so fucking happy. I've learned everything about it and take many of the greatest pics I have shoot in my life. 2 month ago i have sold a stock photo I put online many years ago with that dslr.

Today I'm shooting with Canon 7d and yes it''s aging rapidly. But if I can't take a good picture from that dslr it's not because of the body itself. It's my own fault.

Buy a slightly better one that you have now and learn to outgrow it. Learn it, sleep with it,learn to operate it in the dark.

Like some said, you will always want another cameras to excuse your weakness.

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Why the fuck does everyone do this? Why does every successful instagram have to have some boring ass gallery with the same colors/theme/shots for all of their photos? Don't people realize how this just limits creativity and forces the same bullshit shots snd style over and over? I don't get it guys please explain this to me. Is this why I can't get 1k followers but some faggots 400 shots of the same ocean waves gets 50k+?
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The ones I have tend to like my stuff all the time and we keep in touch or I know them, even if they've never been to Hawaii. I always love the Europe or stateside shit they post and vice versa.
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>>3463263
Also

>setting hashtags up
>tap done/share/whatever
>literally 10 likes and 2 comments in a fuckinf second of posting
>"wow great shots, in fact your recent stuff has been awesome!"
>Istanbul or Turkey posters following me and unfollowing.

I don't follow back for a week if they still keep liking my shit or can hold a convo. they all unfollow within 48 hours.

The worst ones are the 20k follower accounts that creep your fucking stories but never like your shit or follow you.
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>>3463115
It is something significant if the person involved repeatedly claims they have 5k followers BECAUSE their photos are just that good. Chosis spends every chance he gets boasting about the follows he has in the Instagram thread and denying he ever used scripts or bots to get those numbers. Now we have sites like Hypeauditor which expose that he's just scripting his way to the top like anybody else it destroys his boasting, which is why he spergs out as anon at you whenever you show his stats.

Basically I don't care if someone scripts their way to a big following, I only post that because the person involved so vehemently denies it.
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>>3458975

People want to have a particular style for their instas, usually. I don't mind it if the style isn't terribly boring or overdone, but I agree that it has the whole seen one, seen em all feeling.

My page has several different kinds of shots, but it's probably because I'm a talentless hack who just doesn't know what he's trying to do with his photos.
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>>3459543
Great post.

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What am I doing wrong /p/?

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bland
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>>3462163
Resize your shit, and subjects are boring and uninspired
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>>3462163
Asking /p/
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>>3462163
I mean, I like most of these I just think they are fairly generic angles.
Especially for buildings, I find the 'down looking up' angle is fairly played out. I like the first picture, but like I said before try as many different angles as you can. I do like the photos of the power line things though.
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>>3465749
Exactly this

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I recently bought this chunky thing for £150. It included the apparently rare Mamiya Universal adapter, a 6x9 back, and the standard Polaroid back.

After enjoying a pack of FP-3000B I am keen to explore something more sustainable such as a hack for Instax Wide.

Does anyone have any experience with this camera or hacking Instax cameras?

I'm also very interested in shooting sheet film on this which I understand is possible.
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>>3465907
>Does anyone have any experience with this camera or hacking Instax cameras?
I'd be interested in that too. Instax is the only viable solution for instant film, both quality-wise and financially. Fast, sharp, *very* stable and consistent regardless of temperature variations (within reason), doesn't need to be shielded from the sun, develops quickly and doesn't deteriorate, etc. . It's very underappreciated, compared to how hyped Impossible Project and the like are.
It's a shame that not a single back exists for popular MF cameras, or that even Fuji doesn't provide a cam with autofocus and glass lens.
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>>3466012

If Fujifilm produced a V-mount back for $100 I would buy two.
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It's annoying. I caught the instant bug back in January when I bought a Instax Neo 90. I wanted bigger pictures and stuff but something different than an Instax 300 which forces you to use flash so I got a SLR 680 which I enjoy very much. But just like heroin I want more and FP100C is about 50 EUR a box here which is above my comfort zone.

Currently there is a project called Kodak Instant One which will bring back peelpack film but it will be even more expensive than it already is. 6 pictures for 60 bucks.

I found out that Lomography released something years ago called the bel-air back which allowed you to use fuji instant on Mamiya's etc. but they are extremely rare and cost about 500,- if you can find one. I really wish someone would just 3d print a solution and mass produce it.
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>>3465907
Have you looked at the mercury camera project, I believe they have an Instax wide back.

Otherwise you can exfiltrate sheets of Instax wide and load them one at a time by hand in the dark (changing bag). You then can run them through an Instax camera with the lenscap on to develop or use a rolling pin in a darkroom.
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>>3466012
>It's a shame that not a single back exists for popular MF cameras
Weird that nobody's done that. Especially given that an Instax Mini frame is about the same size as a 645 frame, and given that it's relatively easy to make an Instax printing mechanism (based on weird instax camera kickstarters I've seen). I would totally buy an Instax back for my Mamiya 645.

Looks like someone Frankenstein'd a Hassy and Instax once, but not as a shipping product: http://www.isaacblankensmith.com/#/hasselbladinstax/

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I'm looking for camera being able to shoot 4k 60fps indoors with decent quality for cheap.
I realize that to prevent fisheye effect I might need to replace lens.
What camera+lens combo will allow me to record image that will stay in focus within 2x2x2m area considering maximal distance from object to camera 6m?
If it's bad place to ask it, where should I go and ask?
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>>3466131
>I realize that to prevent fisheye effect I might need to replace lens.
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>>3466131
get a yi 4k for ~150$
get a ribcage mod kit for ~150$
get a sony mirrorless to whatever lens adapter for ~30$
get whatever you consider to be a good lens (i recommend an old school 'nifty-fifty')
??????
PROFIT!

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i have thousands of dollars of like-new equipment that isn't selling
fuck this gay hobby in terms of resale interest/value
even lenses are only selling after hundreds are slashed off msrp
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>>3465390
This

Shit only maintains or exceeds MSRP if there is a demand.
Fat chance there are many DSLR's or modern lenses that are hard to find.
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>>3465387
That's hilarious all my shitty point and shoots that I found at the thrift stores go up by hundreds of dollars every year.
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Just sold a contax t2 for $3000. Sucks to be into digital LMAO
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>>3465387
Invest in Leica OP
The collector market makes sure that you hardly ever lose money on resale, you can even make cash if you do it right.

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What you are selling is not a relic, it's imaging equipment.
There is a lot of value that it has lost, including the warranty, original box, eligibility for retail store return policy, newer version availability makes it obsolete to a large portion of customers, lowering demand, you've used it, lowering its value even if you did not use up shutter life and battery charge cycles, but you likely did, which lowers its value further. Adjust your prices for all of this and you will sell it.

post music you listen to while editing
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Aphex Twin SAW
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ud0azC2itXQ

t. Canon user
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>>3464581
>>3465882
nice choices, anons
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>>3464418
Cocteau Twins. Been in a dreampop mood lately

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Old Thread >>3459025

• Please post images that are JPG format, smaller than 1 MB, and/or about 1000 pixels on the longest side.
• Expect to be judged harshly. Learn to deal with it.

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>>3466070
there's stuff like that in hawaii, japan is on a list but i'm staying here practicing so i can get the most out of my travels. maybe in the next 5 years when i get better and after a new car. oh well.
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>anons who don't want to post the next 2 pics to cap the thread because they know nobody will see it once the new thread pops up.
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>>3466116
I started the thread so I guess I'll go down with the ship

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>>3464312
me on the left

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Rate my first ever camera purchase. pic related

Always wanted to know what it was like to take good clear night pictures lol
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>>3464582
>>3464579
>shoot wide open at night
>almost nothing in focus
No thanks, would rather stay at f/5.6 and triple my ISO than deal with all the typical setbacks of shooting wide open.
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>>3464595
>If he wants low light video or Stills jpegs, the A7S is still ahead of the others.
For video yes, for JPEG I would still rather shoot the hi-rez body.
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You fucked up retard
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Enjoy it, it is a good set. But the AF lags behind it's ISO performance though.
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>>3464597
No stabilization

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urban life

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>>3462322
>of those
that is not how statistics work.
>those
are not general population. They are from more specific degenerate group and thus their statistics are different.
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>>3462851
What did he mean by this
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>>3461675
... Why the fuck did I read all that?
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>>3461377
You meant to say pretty staged girls.

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who this this cali fuckboi?

>but seriously idk if i like this photo or not

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>>3464805
I think this was taken in San Francisco on market street. I remember that rail handle and the cable car lane.
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It looks just like any other snapshit, get the fuck out
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>>3464414
>but seriously idk if i like this photo or not
It's not terrible. I'd crop out about 50% of the frame, though--way too much headroom, nothing on the right, distracting background people on the left, nothing on the bottom.

Also, I'm intrigued by the fact that you have "Cannon" [sic] "AE-1 Program" in the EXIF.
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Something about it is pleasant- the lighting, colors, depth, mood - but the composition is off, the empty space isn't empty enough (distracting elements such as lighting, people, thing above performer), and the subject is a cliche in photography (at least this image alone).

Pay attention to the whole frame, cut things out that are irrelevant or distract from the focus.
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>>3464414
>fuckboi
>San Francisco

You answered your own question


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