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Why does digital cinematography looks so shit bros? Film looks way superior.
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>>3493468
It is having a comeback, Ektachrome is back in 8 and 16mm.
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>>3495691
Thank god someone else acknowledges the anamorphic bokeh meme is ugly.
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>>3495734
Most recent example would be the latest Halloween vs Mandy.
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>>3495920
But what if you use Arri Master Anamorphics which are almost optically perfect?
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>>3495920
Isn't anamorphic like from the 50-60's?
Personally I've nothing against oval spec highlights, even find the pretty at times, but I do hate those fucking flares. Fuck that shit.

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Went camping (we stayed in a cabin) a few weeks back for a night with some friends, took some pics with a Pentax MG (50mm 2.0) and Mju ii, on Kodak Ultramax 400. Sorted out through the pics and picked the ones I liked, did some cropping and light adjustments. Enjoy! Or not. Open to CC for sure.

Starting with the Olympus. This was before my friend's cousin made us look like idiots and got some twigs to get things going. Honestly the Olympus can be fun but for me it's been too much of a hit or miss, these are my least favorite photos I think.

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Okay! That's it for now.

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>>3496014
>There was never any effort on my part to direct my friends, so I don't understand how posing or awareness could be "too much" here.
People, when they are aware of being filmed, photographed or even observed start acting differently. They tense up, think how they act, or alter their behaviour. It's natural occurrence. You can play it out by forcing this subject, actually going after it, or trying to negate it. Not going to tell you how to do that, people have talked about it extensively. By trying to casually document your escapades, you're doing nether and are ending with predictable cliche footage.
>Although I had told my friend as he was lying down on the deck that I was going to take a picture
This confirms it. You need to start taking true unsuspecting candid shots, or go for a cold frontal documentation.
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Yes, people often act differently when they're aware of being filmed etc., but my friends know I have a camera with me basically all the time and so they often don't really change their behavior. If my camera prevents them from doing bad things, then good on them actually, but then again some of my friends don't really care. It varies from person to person, and often I don't take a picture when I see them tense up a lot or alter their position for the camera. For instance, in the key photo my friend was not just altering his expression, but he was playing with it - after I had taken the photo. At the beginning it was just a natural smile and he found it funny how I was taking the photo. That's something I'm totally cool with because it's totally real and uncontrived - it was a good time. As for my friend tripping: I've been there, I know what it's like to trip. It's quite possible that even if I hadn't been there, he would have been doing this. He was enjoying the moment.

If people were uncomfortable with my camera, then that would change everything. You'd get super awkward photos and portraits. You weren't there, so how can you say how much they were acting for my camera in every shot?

I'm not going to take up more candid photography under the pretense that it's more truthful, because photography is quite rooted in subjectivity; secrecy would only change its flavor, and in my opinion secrecy a bad habit for photographers and people in general. It would make people uncomfortable to see me with my camera, because "why do you want to take my picture and why don't you want me to know?". Besides that, you have the challenge of hiding an SLR, and so your photo opportunities are limited. I'm not against candid photos (pic related, Chicago) - but I'm not interested in limiting myself to it. I'm more interested in what happens when my subject is a natural participant. Check out Mark Steinmetz.

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>>3496294
But if all you're saying is that I should do more candid photos as opposed to being just casual, then sure, I agree. That's a skill that'll take some time to develop. I'm just not interested in going super secretive which can breed its own cliches while also potentially damaging relationships.

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some travel pics. post your holiday pics here

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>>3496386
Lighthouse, Iceland

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>>3496387
you got rockwelled, bro
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>>3496386
Woah, calm yo oversaturated tits, anon.
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>>3496396
>>3496424
You're right, I was on a long editing session when I made these. It's easy to lose yourself. I'll crank back the saturation on these later and repost them. Thank you for the notes
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>>3496387
It's GLOWING!

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Hey, looking for advice on opening up an analogue photography store online - especially if you have some knowledge of the field. Here's my pitch:

- ready-to-shoot analogue camera kits (no guesswork), e.g. SLR with lens, battery, film
- catering to younger, "hip", newbie crowd
- pre-tested, hassle-free shopping
- home base Berlin, looking to be international
- strong contacts and potential customers in Hong Kong, some in Berlin too
- can sell cameras for 2-3x their purchasing price, ca. 4-6x in HK (higher market value)
- knowledgeable in web/design/branding/analogue photography, camera maintenance, buying up inventory
- look & feel: fluid and modern, currently no real competitors (apart from local stores, Lomography)

Now my predicted downsides:
- taxes take a cut (20%)
- (international) shipping takes a cut
- server upkeep, ad campaigns take a cut

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>>3493145
>(lens has haze, fungus, and is possessed by a demon. Camera is literally on fire)

Made me chuckle sensibly

>>3493126

Regardless of what anyone else says in the thread, and honestly I can't be bothered to read it all, then why not just give it a try? It doesn't sound like you'd be investing too much of your own money do what have you got to lose? You'll never know unless you try.
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There are some guys in Finland doing this In a big way. They are autistic about it. Going as far as to 3d print spare parts to fix shit tier gear. Can't remember what they're called. Saw them on instasham. Can you compete with that anon?
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I think there's a market for it, either way, at least you'd be doing something you enjoy.

I'm actually interested in purchasing from you if you'd like (I'm from Portugal), how can I reach you?

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>>3496389
Yes! I would definitely enjoy doing it, so I might as well give it a go.

As for getting in touch, go ahead! I'm available as goingdowntimber on Kik.
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>>3496407

I don't really use Kik, any other way to contact you?

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>no Braenizër in years
ok, pleb board.
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>>3493923
Yeah I kinda quit on the Bontular method (courtesy of astrophotographer from the 17th century, Henri Cartier Brenizer), I guess it was all a meme.

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What makes phone cameras have better aperture at low focal distance?

For example Google Pixel 1/2.3in sensor and an f/2.0 lens, the P900 we discuss in another thread has same sensor and only f/2.8 lens. At widest angle, the phone collects more light than the "yuge" P900 lens.

Is there any name for this phenomenon, or some physical reason?
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>>3496176
Well, I just see APS-C and m34 do have strong outliers with sporting low light iso.
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>>3496173
>RX100 has only marginally managed to improve its image quality over 5 generations despite new sensor technologies.
It's because low noise performance isn't a priority. It's cam targeted to people who buy cameras based on higher resolution and zoom. It also features some hidden defects like it's hardware being too weak for any substantial 4k recording, but at least they can brag that it can do 4k! In same way resolution was improved at the cost of low noise performance. But you can still see improvements, telling you that technology indeed is advancing.
The differences elsewhere are down to image processors. You cannot imagine how often they are understated and misunderstood. Mistakes are a combination of them being used in marketing in vague ways, it's actual use being top secret tech, and their association with main cpu on whom they largely depended. But it's not all, image processor also encompasses instructions and tools for identifying exposure, color perception, auto focus modes, extended iso processing, movie compression algorithms, body and electronic stabilization, and even include advanced machine learned databases. It is combination of all this that camera uses in deciphering substandard iso modes. For sensors only have one native iso, on few rare cases for two isos, never more. Everything above this base iso is sensor doing overtime.
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>>3496191
I don't know. Version VA and VI don't even feel warm after 5 minutes of 4k recording i.e. when a heat warning is prompted. Earlier versions did. The megapixel counts are identical over all versions, high iso noise is really close and the resolution is the most noticeable sensor quality improvement despite being minimal.
Your second paragraph and >>3496166 do more read like possibilities on higher megapixel images rather than possibilities on less sensor surface.

The RX100 is of course just a single example that may be misleading. I'm still wondering though
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>>3496191
>For sensors only have one native iso, on few rare cases for two isos, never more. Everything above this base iso is sensor doing overtime.
One base iso, however, several gain steps, right? Canon cameras do increase gain with every full stop
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>>3496200
Yes. It's usually iso 100, 200. Actual dual iso is something else. As far as I know BMPC4K guys are only ones explaining this. No wonders since there's pretty much only GH5S that's also does dual iso in consumerish environment. It's not a new tech. Pro film cameras had it in ccd era already, but it is very rare in still image cameras, since you get pretty much the same by just expanding it the regular way.

Useful explanation regarding both: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8hHFt3ChZ8

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how long before we see these RYYB sensors in dedicated cameras?

https://www.mobilegeeks.com/review/huawei-p30-pro/
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>>3496185
I read that link and it permanently decreased my iq. Even that chart is illogical. Link states cam is using red, blue and luminance, not r, b, y as is then shown.
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>>3496186
It's cmos based. Old one was ccd.
https://www.lonestardigital.com/DCS620x.htm (really makes you miss old internet)

It's phonetech, but even if it ends being a dead branch, it is intriguing.
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What the fuck is this. Intensity and blue turns green? Intensity and red turns orange? I can tell what kind of artifacts this is going to have, and I can tell that it's gonna get good scores in some tests before reviewers learn to look for its flaws.
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>>3496204
just got taught this in technicals class. if you take your luminance value, and then substract the red and blue values you get your green, cause the red+blue+green values gives you the luminance value, some mathematical bullshitery that you don't need to understand unless you go full engineering autism mode
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>>3496369
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YPbPr this should give an insight on how red+blue+luminance works. by what i've read in this thread it seem that huawei intends on removing the r+g+b to ypbpr conversion on the signal from the sensor an go straight ypbpr from the sensor

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Post macro related images here.

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>>3496310
I like that one. Better composition.
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No matter how many times i wipe with a micro fiber cloth the fucking lens still have wipe marks

How the fuck do i get rid of this shit

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I got pic related to clean my lenses. I spray a tiny amount on lens tissues and gently wipe the lens (already dusted with a blower and brush) in a circular motion. It seems to get any dirt of pretty well, but afterwards I can always see spots or patterns on the lens holding it up to light at an angle. They're iridescent, like the surface of a soap bubble or oil spot. A wiping with a microfiber cloth tends to get it off and leaves the lens very clean, but it's kinda unsettling that a lens cleaner would seem to leave some sort of coating.
Is this supposed to be that way? It gets great reviews on Amazon and many people seem to swear by it, but if other stuff is way better I'm inclined to just use this shit to clean my phone and glasses and use something better on my lenses.
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same way you clean any glass
>clean with glass cleaner and rag
>use clean rag to wipe off again
>buff with clean microfibre
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Can I use 99% iso alcohol to clean the lens? Looking online it doesn't look too bad, it's a canon L lens so I don't want to fuck it
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>>3494674
I clean my lenses using benzin and optical cotton swabs. It looks spotless after the cleaning is done and it doesn't harm the antireflective coating.
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>>3495509
read the instructions
https://www.emsdiasum.com/microscopy/technical/datasheet/74319-30.aspx

juicing time

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>>3496240
good post
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>>3496240
My faith in humanity restored.
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Thank you duck juicer, your duck juice has brought joy to my life, and juice to my heart.

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>owns $50k of gear
>knows a lot about cameras and lenses
>knows nothing about taking a good photo
>claims to do a few photo jobs a month, doesn't have a portfolio
>his flickr is full of boomer memes and snapshits of flowers and girls on horses
>doesn't use affiliate links (based)
>this old nikon lens is really good and you should buy it. coincidentally i happen to have 15 copies that are just about to appear on ebay after i upload this video
>does unpaid tech-support for fujifilm
>fuck sony and fuck sigma
>magnets
>knows ancient greek
what's his endgame?
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>>3494781
He’s such a sperg.
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>>3494516

>hurrrr stop posting with a fucking tripcode faggot

>hurrrr put your tripcode back on faggot

make your fucking minds up autismosperglords
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>>3494805

kek, I assumed this was about you but it appears my stalkerbro is at it again.

>>3494444
>checked
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Forgot the pseudoscience part
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>>3494357
LEL, but most of all he doesn't actually shoot. The one time I saw him taking photos was on a video by that fedorafag when he joined as a guest. They each took turns shooting a model and all Ken's shots were god awful. He completely blew out the backgrounds as he constantly hit the model with a huge off camera flash.

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So in a couple of weeks I am going whale whatching. It will be on a low inflatable motorboat, so I expect plenty more splash risk than on a regular boat.

My em5mkII qnd lens combo will be splash proof but I do not look forward to discover just how much.
Also a bit worried about salt.

Has any one tried one of these sealed bags?
Besides keeping water out, are they any good photographically, or is it like shooting trough a puked on window?

Any brand reccomendations?
Inb4 no fancy stuff, out of the 50 dollars ballpark I will just leave the camera home and enjoy the naked eye experience once in a while ^.^
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>>3495937
>Inb4 no fancy stuff, out of the 50 dollars ballpark
Just enjoy the naked eye experience or risk getting salt spray on a diy solution with some cheap plastic filter.
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My solution to this problem ended up copping a Canon S90 and Canon's waterproof dive housing they made for it, something to think about. The IQ on S90 and above is DSLR quality, there are some samples in the Sugar Thread toward the bottom.

The total cost of my setup is not much more than one of those sealed bags, and you'll have an ultra-portable carry piece with an f/2.0 lens.

Off the top of my head I would probably get the bag if you just want protection from splash, if you get one be sure to post back because the only underwater case for my Df costs 5000 fucking dollars
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>>3495937
It'll do you good as long as you don't dive with it.
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Spray a fuckton a layers of that lotus-leaf/water-droplet-resistant spray on where the lens looks through. Test a few times by making salty cold water in a pot at home and do a short submergence test (without camera) to see how well it works.

Keep a sponge-rag or shammy handy you can use to quickly wipe off water, those rags function properly when damp, kinda like whnlen you use it to wipe off a freshly washed car. You want to be snapping away, wipe quickly, and continue shooting without too much fiddling about.

>post a photo of your own that corresponds to an object or motif in the picture in the post above yours

Continuing from >>3317213
>street food
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>>3491640
I didn't want to segue from my own post, no, I think it somehow goes against the point of this thread
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>>3491850
Bumping a dead thread goes against the point of the board, faggot.
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>>3491652
old car

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>>3493724
>car that didn't go anywhere in a long time

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>>3494858
Wtf are those parking tickets?

i'm thinking about getting a gfx100 to take pictures of my vintage pickle collection. any tips?
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>>3496285
>any tips?
Consider suicide this isn't even a funny troll thread
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>>3496286
why is this a troll? pickles are a benevolent thing. they each have their own flaws just like us.
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>>3496285
Here's a tip: use the gear thread instead of flooding the board with more bullshit

How do these work exactly?
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>>3496082
It was a joke, you dip
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>>3495610
I told the dean that sugar took his tripcode off to malign our pub history and he asked "who is sugar"
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I got a pair of polarized sunglasses that I wore out in the sun for the first time today. The first thing I noticed was the clouds. The next thing I noticed was the screen on my phone, which has a transparent heavy film plastic screen cover. It was all shimmery rainbow colors. Quite vivid and fun to look at. I know nothing of the science behind this, but I would guess that there is some kind of very tight moire interference involved. Kind of like that fork. Oh, and use a cheap UV filter to protect your lenses. Glass, so they are easy to keep clean, and strong enough to take that deep scratch you do not want on your lens glass. Doesn't even cost you an f-stop.
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>>3495431
Point one of these at backlit water and then rotate it.
Pretty sure you'll figure it out.
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>>3496074
You excited for when your entire industry is replaced by automation?
Not long now.


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