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Hey anon those photos you have uploaded on instragram we're great! Keep up the good work!

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I made the mistake of making an Instagram once. I did not realize it connected to my contact list. After uploading a few pics, I got a random message from a distant cousin: "Nice pics. You wanna talk?" I didn't know how to respond, so I just deleted my account instead. Since then, I have been reluctant to attend family events just in case I run into them. That was my first attempt at social media since Facebook came out. It lasted just as long as my other attempts (not very long desu). I'm forever a nobody. I guess it is for the best; no one will miss me when I die. No one will even notice.
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>>3404621
Jesus Christ, dude. Just fuck your cousin and cheer yourself up.
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>>3404625
I don't know why you've read that and thought of incest.
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>>3404751
Baby, I’m *always* thinking incest.
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>>3404760
Well, even though "repressed" and "incest" rhyme, I'm not thinking of fucking my cousin.

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Guys,someone asked me for a new years eve photoshoot and the model doesn't want the setting and background to look too cheesy, how would you go about setting up a fancy new year's eve photshoot?
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>>3404709
Throw a party. Invite model. Take candid pics. The more classy you try to make it the more cheesy it will become.
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>>3404712
That's a good idea, the thing is we don't have a budget big enough to throw a party, great idea, not possible right now.
I'm not doing this profesionally, its kind of a hobby right now, the model knows this, obviously.
i was looking pictures to have as a reference and give me ideas, i was looking for them but i haven't seen good holyday's pictures yet.
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>>3404709
If they are asking you for a favor with no direction and expecting you to do all the work that isn’t a favor. Tell them to come up with an idea. Your job is to capture a moment or create something artistic. So capture a moment.

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Anyone know what is the reference of this camera

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https://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/f2.htm

How is this going to affect image quality? It's a 200mm lens.
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>>3401711
Literally all those specs have tendrils around them. All of that shit is fungus, mate
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>>3401686
Don't mount it on your camera, you might infect it with fungus and fuck up all your gear if it spreads.
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>>3401686
https://archive.nyafuu.org/p/thread/3385886
Don't make the same mistake I did, don't buy shit lens
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The lens arrived, perfect condition, that wasn't fungus, just dust, and it looks perfect in clarity, that image was just the Ebay seller trying to make it look like the worst angle. In reality the lens is super clean, and that dust isn't bad whatsoever, I got lucky.
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>>3404656
good stuff anon!

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sup guys,
is this the Kino forum? sorry im sorta lost.
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>>3404373
t. artless maggot
>>3404503
but weeb is gay shit anon.
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>>3404646
Anyone that thinks kino is art is a king brainlet
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>>3404214
No, this is the depression board
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>>3404646
you don't know what kino is
kindly neck yourself
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>>3404646
You're on a imageboard based off a japanese imageboard which has mainly consisted of a general "weeaboo" userbase and yet you still complain?
How do you newshits even find this place?

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How can I make the sky look like this in photoshop?

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>>3404248
practice color balance and curves
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Colorgrade your images Teal and Orange
or Pink and Green in PostProcessing
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>>3404294
hmmm maybe lightroom is better to use. Good suggestion still though
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>>3404248
Ignore the right one now 3 mins in Lightroom mobile

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>>3404531
Pretty much what i want good, but can you select for the sky only in mobile Lightroom, or whatever you're selecting?

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>>3403199
In the wrong places
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>>3403281
I think you're not understanding how reflections work.
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>>3403684
I've seen more misty reflections around limestone karst and quaint rural bridges in southern China than you have had hot dinners, young fellow my lad. I understand how they work far better than you do so shove it up your pouting arsehole
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>>3403159
kill you're self my man

Check my photos. critics are welcome

http://claudiovivsfotografia.blogspot.com/?view=mosaic

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>>3397956
letting third worlders buy cameras is an even bigger mistake
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>>3402211
second that
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why are women such huge BOKEH BEASTS?
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>>3397910
Would be art if everyone was naked
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>>3397910
Looks awful, I personally hate it, but you seem to be working professionally and that's may the kind of photos clients may want to see IDK, the text in the photos ruins it even more, clients may love that, I personally don't

You should check what other people are doing in your local area and what they are into, most on /p/ are into photography as a form of art, not as a form of making a quick buck out of clueless people who think they are pretty.

But seriously you may want to dis the text on photos, and tell your clients to use less, way less lipstick.

Hi, I am looking for a great book of space images. Do you have some tips for wich book to choose ? I already spotted few ones like Cosmos by Giles Sparrow or Expending Univers by Tashen Edition. Do you know others one ?
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>>3404441
My diary desu.
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Bump

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what you guys see when you look up?

waiting for clouds to clear so i can see 46P Wirtanen

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>>3404139

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How do I take good astrophotography, /p/?
Took this picture on an island in the middle of nowhere and I still got really bad light pollution.

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>>3404302
>>3404302
care to throw a location?

https://www.lightpollutionmap.info/#zoom=4&lat=5759860&lon=1619364&layers=B0FFFFTFFFF

recent VIIRS>ATLAS for rough estimation

your image also looks noisy, if youre in warm weather it may be a mixture of your ISO being too high and your sensor getting too warm.

if you have a faster lens that may help you as well as reduce trails

also try to edit a bit in photoshop. messing with the levels can help a lot
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>>3404310
Slightly north of Pemberton, BC. Probably getting a lot of pollution from Vancouver. Thanks for the website, that will be a helpful resource.

Also, thanks for the tips. I’ll play around with my camera settings and try to get a more ideal lense.
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>Yup. Too bad the moon will be 63% illuminated.

It's a pain but I might try to wait it out...
Fortunately it sets where I am at about 1am on the 15th and 1:30am on the 16th. Either way I'll make a test run on the 14th and 15th if the weather breaks here. If the comet looks any better than the other night I'll try to get more shots with a longer lens at f/2.

I took this shot with an f/1.4 lens stopped down to f/1.8 for an 8 second exposure. I've cropped it but it sure shows the green glow of the coma. All I needed was a tripod with a self timer on my camera. I think anyone can capture this comet with pretty much anything from a pocket camera to a DSLR... and it's getting brighter by the day.

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Was gonna do a photo dump, but can't be bothered maintaining a thread. Post your wildlife. I'll post some recent stuff as things move along.

Found a Barred Owl last week...

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>>3403468
thanks
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>>3402307

I was mountain biking some old singletrack a few years ago when I got attacked by a Goshawk. Had to use my bike as a shield and back out for a hundred feet or so. Repeated dives at my eyes. Of course I went back the next day with my camera.

Went back there this year to see if they were still around, but a tree had blown down and landed right on the nest.

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>>3403468
Thanks
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>ND8
>ND16
>ND64
>ND1024
>NDover9000
>ND6gorillion

I can't take this shit anymore - HOW does one decide what ND filter he needs?
If I buy for example ND32, and realize it's too bright or too dark for what I need, then what?
For example, if I was to buy three ND filters, which ones to buy to have it all covered?
I've tried variable NDs, but they suck ass.
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>>3401359
I usually see little need for it. Thin depth of field is USUALLY a meme, most great photographs have context which means “not f/1.4”. I use wide open only when I’ve already lowered shutter as low as I can possibly hold it reasonably still for the focal length.

It only becomes useful for long exposures, since stopping down really doesn’t give you usable long exposure times unless you’re using large format, and even then you will still need mild NDs for that. For small formats you should look for 6+ stop NDs, since long exposures tend to be landscapes or at least environmental in nature so you’re stopping down anyways, so it’s not like you’re shooting at f/16 equivalent. I think a 7-10 stop would probably be the most practical for small format, since you are essentially increasing exposure time by approximately 100-1000 on digital and possibly 500-10000 on film. You can frame as you like and then slap the ND on
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>>3401360
>Makes little sense
>Literally just the denominator for light let through so to speak.
If you can't do powers of 2 in your head to work out the stops, there's something legitimately wrong with you. This is doubly reuw given that you work with it all the time for other parts of your exposure.
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>>3401382
bullshit. i tried stacking a few (even the quality ones) and it introduced a weird color cast.
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>>3404392
Faulty/cheap filters.

A neutral grey doesn't become less neutral when stacked on top of another neutral grey.
Also if used on digital, some sensors have issues with really long exposures, especially if the ir hot mirror lets a bit of ir in.
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>>3404392
I've had this problem before shooting video and there's no way around doing tests on a lot of filters with your camera body and manual WB.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bcv-zzHzj4I

>ITT: Photos that make your heart beat faster

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>>3402565
Imagine being so damn good that the castoffs that survived that still became iconic.
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>>3402555
dats fuggin gey
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>>3402469
>make your heart beat faster
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>>3404144
Uncle Terry no! Why have you sunk so low?
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>>3404144
did he fug those whales?

Just got my first DSLR. I got the Canon Rebel SL2.
What are your thoughts on the SL2?
What was your first DSLR?
Should I have gotten a different camera?
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>>3404100
It's probably the best bang-for-the-buck that Canon has on offer for hobbyists. It's surprisingly capable for the price. Take it out, enjoy it.
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Get yourself a Yongnuo 50mm f1.8 and you'll have lots of fun.

Lenses > camera bodies in order of importance. You'll see why soon.
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>>3404100
It's a good non-gearfagging camera to get. Its better than what I happily use.

My first DSLR was Canon EOS 600D (whatever its called in your region). Currently using 2nd hand 100d (in your region SL1).

Camera bodies come and go but lens is the important thing. Canon kit lens is not at all bad, so learn to use your camera and figure out what kind of photography you enjoy before shopping moar. Maybe you want 2.8/24 pancake? A 2.8 journalistinc zoom? A prime w lots of aperture? Ultrawide zoom? Or creeper tele? That kind of stuff is relatively affordable with crop Canon.
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I have sl1 and would like to upgrade but removal of eye detector is so retarded it'd rather switch the system. For me it's mandatory if you don't have top lcd in the body.

Fuck canon, they are a bunch of dicks that will do anything they can to force you to buy higher model and squeeze the last dime out od you.
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>>3404346
>removal of eye detector

Had to google to figure out what you mean. Yes 100D/SL1 does turn display automatically off when you bring it close to look thru viewfinder. SL2 apparently does not have that feature.

(For me, that should not be a problem, I mostly prefer to keep screen off anyway. I use q/set button to switch display. If I understand right, SL2 has a Disp button for it.)

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https://www.nationalgeographic.com/photography/best-of-2018/best-pictures-2018/

What the fuck is this shit? Most of this is high school level.

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>>3399600
Where did the wealth of the white world come from, hmm?

>forgetting whites went full nigger and raped/looted/banked the whole planet
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>>3403907

We just beat you at civilization, that's all.
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The problem with most of these photos is they aren't compelling (or even interesting) without cutline information.
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>>3403907
there isn't a single community on the planet that wouldn't exploit their neighbors if they had the power to do so

throughout the history every single society has started violent expansion after enough success

africans, egyptians, chinese, mongolians, thai, japanese, russians, persians, turks, all native american peoples amd so on and so on.... all of them had their little empires

europeans just were ultimately better at it than any others, even if they were a little late to the party

it's not our fault that most other nations were suckers
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>>3399403
Don't forget that Mohamed is the #1 baby name in London if you combine the 3 spellings.

>>3399441
This cuck thinks Muslim is a race, and has no idea what is happening to the west, or why. Disregard the useful idiot.


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