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Just got my first FF camera, and I discovered about this format ratio and I like it a lot because it feels cinematic but it's just a crop and lmao xpan
Should I use it, or just go for the regular ratio and crop after ?

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>>3569085

I love those! What lense were you using beside the 35 1.4
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>>3569092
I noticed that all pictures taken with a Sony alpha 7~~ have similar colours. Very vibrant yellows/browns and a slight blueish hue for example. Is it just a quirk of the camera or do people for some reason just edit similarly? Don't get me wrong - I love the pictures you too. It's just something that I noticed.
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>>3570773
Thanks, man!
First two are with the Nikon 35mm f/2. A couple are with a Konica 40mm f/1.8 with an adapter, the rest are with the Sigma. I really need a tele for my setup urgh
>>3570899
Thank you. The colors are just how I've edited them, a stylistic choice. If anything, Sony sensors lean towards a green tint mostly I think

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Did instagram change their algorithm or something? I get I dont have the best photos, but even photos that use 20+ hashtags are getting at most 10 likes after 2 days. I have 75 friends on instagram and at best 2 of them like my photos. Are they just not seeing them anymore? Does instagram hate me?
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>>3567204
>Did instagram change their algorithm or something?
Not sure but as of today they're no longer displaying likes on photos so you'll only see your own likes total when you tap.
Will this finally kill insta thots and influencers?
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>>3568741
>sharing images
images=/=photography. It's an extension of Facebook and is meant to promote viral/clickbait content, not "proper photography".

>>3568747
>>3568816
unioronically, flickr has the most potential. It offers the least compression, shows posts from people you follow chronologically, and contains almost no ads (the app itself is totally ad free, actually). What bogs it down is people who use bots to mass-favorite/follow people to gain a ton of followers, but those accounts are always easy to spot and subsequently ignore.
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>>3569078 #
You can still see likes in the web pages of the galleries.
Also, influencers et caterva are just sharing their likes to show companies they're somewhat relevant.

Instagram should go ahead and just put an end to the "like" mechanism. But I don't see they doing this anytime in the future. Who would care about promotions then, right?
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>>3567204
why does instagram have so many teen models who have 200k+ followers and why is it so hot
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>>3570509
who doesnt love teens?

Thread for Nikon lovers. Post Nikon shots here, pour favour. And discuss Nikon related news and gear!
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>>3568043
>That lens is nice. I'd get one if I have an APS-C Nikon for my travels.
Nice enough IQ but build quality is a bit lackluster for the price. Mine started having squeaky AF after a couple of years and shortly after the VR died :(
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>>3564431
>>3568043
I ended up already ordering the D7500. Couldn't resist, even though it's probably not the best usage of my money. I think I'm still going to buy the prime lens. A friend of mine has a 28mm Nikkor he would probably sell quite cheaply (f/1.8 or 2.8?), any experiences of that?
>>3568050
I have to say I've been happily surprised by the iq of that lens and it's definitely nice to have, especially when travelling with people who are too impatient to wait while you change lenses. Autofocusing is scarily loud on my lens also.
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>>3568071
> A friend of mine has a 28mm Nikkor he would probably sell quite cheaply (f/1.8 or 2.8?),

Which version? 28mm f/2.8 ai / ais is based

>I ended up already ordering the D7500. Couldn't resist, even though it's probably not the best usage of my money. I think I'm still going to buy the prime lens.

D7500 produces amazing photos. It's just that I need an extra card slot and meter for ai / ais lenses so I won't get one. It's like I'm back to D90 again.
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Any Df shooters here?
Is there any more camera more reviled by even Nikon shooters? But all the NIkon Df owners pretty much will defend it to death.
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>>3570984
Well theres sugar.

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After a brief (read: 1 whole fucking month) period of vacation and hometime from the road working on 25-year-old cars and finding a woman, the Sugar Thread is back, new and improved.

ITT: rustled jimmies, shitposting, maximum trolling, trucker snaps, Boards of Canada, truckstops, titties, Southeastern United States, low light and small town America, and whatever else I see on the road while dragging my shit around and feeding ungrateful bastards. I missed Bonneville but I'll be out there for World Nationals in a couple months.

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Do you have an Instagram or a website?
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>>3570859

I have a 500px that hasn't been updated in a year. www.500px.com/sugarysweet

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Time for an Instagram thread.
I enjoy seeing my /p/ brethren on Instagram and like it when I recognise their posts in rpt.

My account is Thomjams. I’ll follow you back.

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What are your thoughts on white borders? I'm kinda torn between continuing with them or just saying screw it and going without.
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>>3568485
Use them if the square thing pisses you off. Otherwise who cares?
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I'm very new to this but I'll put it up anyways

https://www.instagram.com/starlotusphotography/

I'm looking for any advice with my pictures, I'm doing this for fun but would like to improve
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>>3565091
>And who in his right mind would give his photos for free to a desperate retard

answers there:
>desperate retard
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https://vsco.co/enthdegree/images/1

any general criticisms? i need to practice more.

thank you!!!

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>artificially slow down megapixel count for decades
>"wtf why sales are down and we are near bankruptcy"

Daily reminder anyone who is okay with cameras still only having 20-50mp are still using dinosaur resolutions on their monitor (anything under 3840x2160px)
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>>3568812
What? megapickels isn't nearly as important as you think. In fact, everything after 12MP is already overkill and only useful for cropping and niche uses.

Autofocus > Colour accuracy > Dynamic range > >>>>>>>>>>>>>> Megapickels
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>>3570812
Depends what you're shooting. For me autofocus is the last.
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>>3570812
The fun part of these arguments is that you either get told 12 MP is enough to print 10 feet wide with no issues, or that everything needs to be 300dpi with little or no noise or the print is garbage. There is never an in between.
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>>3570817
First one's clearly the correct one. Gursy magnifies his large format shots way past 300dpi.
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>>3570818
I've heard that 150 dpi is typically a more acceptable threshold and have done it to some extent in practice. Never printed larger than a couple of feet on the longest side if I'm honest though.

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>>3567393
I've seen some good stuff from this alamy chick

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>>3567314
Do watermarks prevent people from stealing your photos?
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>>3569917
No, but it helps distinguish the insecure photographer.
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>>3568361
I use compact flash bucko!
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>>3567430
>look at the exif again. its the 300mm f4 L shot wide open. Shutter Speed 1/200 is pushing it, so this is the correct settings for that lens and that ev.
Well not using a wider angle closer to the subject with a better f-stop, also would have use a GND to even out the the sunset with foreground, and atleast an off camera flash at a distance so it would not be obvious. Poor planning always gets poor results. Though in post I would have warmed that flat WB before posting it.

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>enjoy shooting macro
>afraid of bugs

What do /p/?
Bugs freak me out and I cannot bring myself to be near one let alone touch one.
The gf is already making fun of me because of it.

How to get over fear of bugs?

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>>3570780
It's not that retarded. It's just awkward. I've shot 600mm eqvil macro, and I've shot 28mm macro.
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>>3570786
>Do you think you can shoot detailed macro from farther away than a few inches?
Eh, you've never put extension tubes on a telephoto before have you?
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>>3570659
Ever heard of flowers?

Go visit a fucking botannical garden.

Or shoot nicer looking crawlies.
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Guys. OP is ascared of creepy crawlies, shooting bugs from 30m away isn't really helping. lel.

Spiders can jump a little but with a 105mm macro you should be safe. I got bit by a spider once, my face blew up like a balloon. Would not recommend.
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>>3570659
Just keep at it. Was afraid of heights as a kid, couldn't get near a ladder, and had nightmares falling. Kept working at it as a challenge, hardly any problems nowdays. I seek heights as a challenge, climb, worked high riser jobs. Still get goose bumps, and adrenaline rush, but I see it as a positive.

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Branco com listras pretas? Ou preto com listras brancas?
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>>3570795
Obviously bright red, with both black and white stripes
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>>3570795
Sopa de zebra... uma delícia

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is there a more /p/ situation
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This is pretty much anti-/p/ though

>dude is shooting large format (and a difficult large format at that!) and not a consumer DSLR
>dude is actually out on the streets during a tense situation and not just shooting his backyard at dusk or shooting their friends at a pub
>dude has a nice tripod instead of arguing that MY 10-axis IBIS ELIMINATES THE NEED FOR A TRIPOD

What's a cheap night vision device or monocular to take shots of the sky? I wanna see some ayys.
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>>3570223
We must provide ID to buy glue. Not because the gubment is worried about the youth sticking things together.
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>>3570194
>I wanna see some ayys.
Just fly to Korea
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>>3570194
sionyx aurora is probably closest you get to nightvision on a budget
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>>3570194
Sionyx aurora, or if you have money a used gen 3 PVS14 should only run you 2.5k or so.
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>>3570398
Can confirm, just got back from korea last week.

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Could you even tell the difference between a digital mirrorless medium format vs. digital mirrorless full-frame camera?

It's definitely easy to spot film medium format vs. 35mm or digital, though I feel as if there is hardly any difference on a modern camera visually other than the obvious larger sensor advantages.
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>>3569840
>>3569840
>But a software scaling down images by averaging 4 pixels to one performs noise reduction.
And as I said in this post: >>3569828
>You don't even have to use software to scale the image down because at the same view size your eye/brain are averaging out the individual elements.
Software NR is not required.
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>>3569795
>>3569808
>>3569817
Don't bother with him.
Your understanding is perfectly correct.

The fallacy the other anon usually falls onto, is outputting at the same size (not 100% crop each).
Outputting at the same size, means combing pixels on the large camera by downsizing, which is effectively very close to using larger photosites in the first size, because you're adding/averaging the signal of, say 4 photosites, when you downscale 2x in each dimension.

I'd say you won't change his mind no matter what, because he keeps repeating "larger sensor area produces better signal", which is effectively treating the whole sensor as a huge single photosite.
To make it clear, yes, if you use the whole sensor to output a single pixel, the bigger sensor will have better snr. But at the photosite level the snr is the same.
Nowhere in the formal equations does "array size" appear, it's all about photosite size and technology (which determines dark current, shot noise, quantum efficiency, etc. etc., all factors in the equation).
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>>3570004
>it's a fallacy to print to a common size because people always and only print their photos at 96ppi and 90"

>which is effectively treating the whole sensor as a huge single photosite.
No, it's not. (Though for the sake of signal detection you could treat it as such using software.)

>>3570004
>Nowhere in the formal equations does "array size" appear
You've very clearly never worked with the equations as collection device size is part of any SnR equation involving signal capture.

>because he keeps repeating "larger sensor area produces better signal"
Photons are the signal. All other factors being equal, a larger sensor collects more photons. It's really not that hard.
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>>3570113
by your logic a bigger sensor captures even more noise.... that we then use to average out. did you even read what you replied to?
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>>3569808
>If you use an APS-C crop sensor camera and a FF camera with identical sensor technology and architecture, both will have the same noise but different resolutions.
This. But for normal shutter exposures. Long exposures will act differently since larger sensor will allow for shorter exposures, and they will even rely on image processor technology.
Two cams with same sensor size, with same sensor technology, but different image processor, may give up different noise readings.

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I'm going to HK this week. Any tips for not dying during this le epik street photo trip?
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>>3570241
check out the wildlife reserves

also go to shakeshack
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>>3570286
>also go to shakeshack
Then go to the gym afterrwards to work it all off, there's one right next in IFC
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>>3567901
I like you, lingu-poster
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>>3567224
>I already prepared outfits
Faggot
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>>3570443
ok boomer

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why after I put my photographs in my usb memory it crashed, and how could I fix it
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/p/ is alive and well.
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>>3569913
Small sensor syndrome
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>>3569904
Just kys already. You were wrong and can't accept it.
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>>3570010
Lmao u mentally ill haha
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>>3569870
Looks kinda cool, better than without the glitch at least

Is street the lowest common denominator when it comes to photography?
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>>3569541
Old people are dumb. Robbers don't bring giant fucking cameras with them to places they planning on robbing. They bring shitty cell phones.
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>>3569548
this. i get that his a nigger but still.

>ARE YOU WITH THE PRESS? IF I SEE THIS ON YOUTUBE IM SUING YOU

boomer lady after catching me taking a picture of her flower shop. i was carrying a fucking analogue rangefinder.
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>>3570254
>analogue

Kys
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>>3570254
Tell her to go ahead and then countersue for first amendment rights infringement.

Or better yet, carry your press pass with you. You do have a press pass, don't you anon?
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>>3570259
> You do have a press pass, don't you anon?
What is this press pass shaming I see here all of a sudden?


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