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>cripple the back LCD screen
>muh innovation
>$2000 RRP

What the fuck was Fuji thinking?

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>>3555363
>The 50mm equivalent focal length is supposed to be the easiest lens to do well.
No, dumbo, a lens WITH 50mm FOCAL LENGTH is the easiest to make in traditional lens design. Not "equivalent". That's just retarted. 35mm is much more complex.
>And yet they fail even this.
How? Both of those are really well liked, tiny, fast and sharp where it matters, and there's a lens in the catalogue to cover pretty much any need.
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>>3569364
No, you fucking retard.

The 50mm lens became the defacto standard as the flange distance for a 135 SLR is a bit over 40mm, a symmetrical lens focal length is equal to it's distance from the optical centre of the lens to the film plane - i.e, about 50mm at the absolute shortest.

A 35mm symmetrical lens on a 20mm fp distance is just as easy as a 50mm on a 40mm fp distance, hence why samyang released an 80g 35mm f2.8 lens for sony ff, hence why slr pancakes tend to be 40mm.

So many dumb cunts spreading shit information on this site.
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>>3569379
>So many dumb cunts spreading shit information on this site.
>4chan
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>>3555213
Pic related is more fuji "film" than that fujifilm.
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>>3555446
Right now the only F-mount lenses that I use on my Z7 are a 300PF and a macro one, the new Z-mount ones are really great.

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I have a macro lens and a 35mm lens for my a7r2 what’s a good new lens to get. I kinda want zoom

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bump for interest
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>>3569764
I know right? He could've saved thousands of dollars if he had gotten an olympus instead, and the results will be more or less the same.
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>>3569764
I just started browsing /p/ for the first time recently and this makes /p/ my new favorite board.
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can I get some lens recommendations please? I don’t want to keep having to bump this shitty thread
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>>3570375
The one you have with you.

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I have a canon rebel T3 with the standard bundle lenses. I also have a very expensive macro lens that I found at a pawn shop. I usually photograph scenery, pets, and my kid.

Kid is a toddler now and doesnt sit still anymore. I can't seem to get any good pictures of her. What do I need to do to get pictures of her more in focus so that if there is going to be blur, its the background and not her?

Is it shutter speed? Or another setting I need to adjust? Or is my camera just not good enough to handle those kind of shots?

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>>3570291
Nothing wrong with mft cameras, but it makes you feel insecure about your camera.
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>>3570291
Small Sensor Syndrome. Only the most Alpha of men can shoot mft and resist the urge to gear fag.
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>>3570358
>>3570354
Only the manliest of men can withstood the temptations of getting a foolframe camera.
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>>3570365
>>3570358
>>3570354
ty guys. I happen to have a full head of hair (both places) so no worries there.
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>>3570366
>has hair on his penis head
>thinks that is normal

How do you guys edit your shots?
Do you have your own style/theme that you follow? Do you experiment with new styles?
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Depends a lot on the subject.
Some require more contrast, while some others require a more "dull" look.
That being said, aside from some experiments with split toning, I don't experiment much.
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I don't really do anything, just scan in with the correct preset and cover up any artifacts and sometimes crop it

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>>3569980
and apparently forget to resize, sorry
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>>3569921
>>3569921
What are your favorite? recently got a whole bunch and im really liking the fuji filters though there is a so much choice its really nice
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>>3569986
Well it depends on the look im trying to achieve, personally i find fuji presets works very well for portraits especially for that fuji wedding photog look or that japanese blueish film look with some changes. But i find myself using portra presets quite alot, because with a bit of color changes you can make it look like kodak vision3 500t movie stock. But unfortunately i don't have any samples that sample that i can show to you so heres just a stills life with portra 400 preset.

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Why the fuck are my manual photos all showing up as blurry?!

I bought a "nifty fifty" and was eager to try out the lens and see how well I could manipulate the depth of field.

When I look through the viewfinder and manually adjust the lens so that the foreground object is crystal clear, while the background is blurry. Great! That's what I'm going for.

I come back home and load up lightroom...and get repeated examples of this!

I just wanted a crisp pic of old glory with a nice blurry battleship in the background

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>>3569501

OP here. That might be the issue - thanks!
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>>3569500
Focus check using the rear screen, then you’re guaranteed the result you’re seeing.
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>>3569506
Was that the issue?
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>>3569897


Hang on I'm about to test it out right now
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>>3569991
This has happened to me before and corrected it while in the field. Don't people check an image now and then on their camera to see how their images are turning out? Let us know if that's what it was. You might have a bad lens too,

Let’s make a space thread. Post all your spacey pictures for critique.

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>>3568266
Forgot the image.
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>>3567019
Nice.

There was a storm here so no imaging. Last time I got something tho, pic related.
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>>3566188
Cool if you have a tracking mount, fast EF telephotos, and live or travel to an area with minimum light pollution.

Keep in mind that an astro conversion might be cheaper if you buy an R or 5D IV gray market.

Should i sell my nikon fm2n and ps4 pro to get a sony a6400? Legit not joking

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>>3570169
The smaller the sensor the more reach you have. That's why aps-c is better than ff, mft is better than aps-c, and phones are better than mft.
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>>3570174
>phones are better than mft
I can't disagree with you there.
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>>3570070
God bless you Matthew. You're the gift that keeps on giving. xoxoxo
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>>3570174
>phones are better than mft
the truth has been spoken
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>>3569781
keep the fm2n bro. just save up for the A6400 if you really want the flip-up touch screen and eye AF with AI or just get the a6300 then adapt the nikon glass with a chink adapter if you want to.

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Well, yes. Here I am again with more snapshits from the woods (and some other snapshits equally bad).

Huge dump this time. Forgive me.
I hope you enjoy it somehow.

All right, let's begin...

01/72 (seriously).

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76/77

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77/77

Not exactly "in the woods", but...

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Will review later, but some are really pleasing
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>>3568339
>>3568338
>>3568334
These ones are neat.
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>>3568742
Glad you like some of them!

>>3569924
Thanks, man.
Among so many images, I guess there's a couple that can be pleasing after all.

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Yes, I suck at editing. Rate pls.

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>>3570002
Lol thats trash. The unedited ones are the best looking ones.
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>>3570006
All I did was increase contrast and sharpen.
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>>3567857
I like this one best. Great atmosphere.
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The good news is your work is inspired and actually aims to achieve something.
The bad news is the way you're shooting and editing.
IDK what lense you're using, but since there's no info on it in the EXIF, I'm assuming it's vintage glass. In my experience, vintage glass isn't the way to go if you're shooting long exposures in dark areas. The sharpness just falls apart in areas like the bushes in >>3567840
So invest in some sharper glass. Since youre using an A7, youre in luck. With some adapters you can basically use any lense from any manufacturer if youre willing to put up with AF delays.
With that sharper glass, bump your aperture up to let's say f5-f8 to get more detail in the scene.
I would also recommend taking multiple exposures and putting them together HDR style.
>>3570003 is a stellar shot, I totally see the Blade Runner esque aesthetic youre going for and it's fantastic.
If you were to take more exposures and then add a slight bit of detail in the shadows, I believe it would make the shot more visually interesting.

You could also try bumping up the shadows within that RAW file, but I don't remember my A7 being too flexible with its shadow details. I've been using the A7 III for almost a year (great flexibility in post due to iso performance) and have p much forgotten about it.
Also, A7 Mk1 colors are a bitch to put up with. I wont go after you too hard there. Just make sure youre getting better and better at getting the right white balance in camera/in post.
To get it in camera: put a white piece of paper in your photo bag and bring it wherever. Go into WB settings and shoot the paper lit by the intended light source.
In post, pick a neutrally colored area in the image, like a white/gray/black part and then fine tune off of that.
Even if you're planning on messing with WB to get a creative effect, try getting the right white balance first, editing individual shades within that WB, and then changing temperature and M/G.
Here's a shot from my old A7

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>>3570034
Thank you for the feedback, I truly appreciate it.
Yes, all of these were done with Minolta MD lenses, most with the 50mm f/1.4. I've already got some sharper glass in the mail, and I did notice that white balance / colors are a bitch to get right. I'm still learning, and feedback like yours helps immensely.

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ITT, you post pictures taken with shitty digicams.

Everything still matters like composition and lighting, but you have to use the shittiest digital compact you have, bonus points if you don't have to resize to get under 1000px longest side. Digital artifacts are not only welcomed, they are encouraged.

All gear discussion ITT should be about finding the shittiest gear and shooting with it.

Pic related, 4.0mp Canon A80

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>>3559579
lovely
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>>3560832

cats are always relevant. <3
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A sunset pic I took. Opinions.
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You put zero effort into it and it's terrible as a result
Why do I need a frame of a street, lamp-post and random tree branches for a sunset? Why are they silhouetted? Why have you chosen to ruin the exposure on both? Why have you fucked with the white balance or saturation? Why are the highlights reduced and awful?

Keep trying. It's in focus at least
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>>3569465

Simply put, because i liked how it looked fren. I've got other sunsets without frames, though like many here I'm no professional. That is, however, your opinion which is what I asked.
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All I see is that lamp
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>>3569291
Too much light, you should have waited for it to get lower / go behind those clouds more. And yeah the lamp kinda ruins it. Also the colors aren't great from the start so my rec would be to go find a better sunset
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Def work on your comp but you have the general idea.

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Hey /p/, too many pics to justify bogging down the /rpt/ so I figured I'd drop some here. r8, h8, or post some of your own.

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A little different than the rest

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Guess I'll stop here for now. Might continue later if it seems worth it. Thanks /p/
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I dislike long exposures of water, they look weird, memey, and unnatural.

>>3568900
This is my favorite of the set.
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>>3568902
really wish that bridge wasn't there
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Very nice OP.
In what area were they taken?

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if the camera you use doesn't matter, is phone photography real photography?
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>>3569810
Anon on sum mf polarizer wife angle glasses
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The camera you use matters. Phones can take snapshots or photographs, but even if you take photographs with your phone, the quality will still suck. How bad it sucks, of course, depends on how challenging the photo is. Or, in short, how possible it is to take the picture with a tiny sensor with very poor low light performance, optically poor lens, and very wide angle of view (on most phones).

For comparison, here's a quick shot I did not too long ago of the sunrise from my window. I'll follow up with another window photo, taken today with my phone. See if you can spot the difference in quality.

(Side note, if anyone knows how to export to JPG and avoid the banding in images like this, I'm all ears. I tried adding noise and it doesn't seem to help.)

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Picture taken with my phone.

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>>3569561
For snapshots, you only need a camera (or a phone).
For photography, you need a camera and a tripod.
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>>3569865
>>3569866
>ff vs m43

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Hi,

Following the advice on here to get a mini four thirds camera I got one of these olympus e1 off ebay, and I got a couple of micro 43 lenses too, but they don't seem to fit?

Can anyone help?
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>>3564192
Diffrent lens mount.
Sage
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>>3569855
4/3 and micro4/3 are different mounts
"mini four thirds" is not a thing
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>>3569855
Are you sure you didn't buy an M42 lens instead? If it's M43 it should fit. Line up the red dot on the lens with the red dot on the mount and twist.

Show us the lens you bought if that doesn't work.
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>>3569868
Never mind four thirds is a different mount to micro four thirds. I didn't read your post properly.

Buy an 4/3 to m4/3 adapter. They're on ebay and Aliexpress.
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>>3569869
>Buy an 4/3 to m4/3 adapter.
That won't work, the adapter is for putting 4/3 lenses on a m4/3 camera, not vice versa.

i have a bunch of different analogue point and shoots, compacts and gimmicky cameras. some of them take aa batteries, is the voltage important? can i put 3v batteries into a camera when it takes 1.5v or is that going to destroy something? and what could potentially go wrong with an incompattible battery? will the flash die?
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>>3569469
Might not destroy the camera but it won't work properly. The light meter will be off and the flash might explode if you tried to use it

Just use the correct batteries.
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Worst that would happen is it'd blow the battery compartment and maybe an LED or two but in many cameras that can be enough to ruin other stuff
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Er ....
If they take AA batteries than that is what you need to put in.
New ones preferably.
Keep putting them in until the battery compartment is full.
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>>3569469
If the battery voltage is too low for the camera it may or may not work, but won't damage anything.
If the battery voltage is too high for the camera it might damage the electronics inside.
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If you use 3v instead of 1.5, it means you get double the exposure
Enjoy your now kodak ultra 800 anon!!


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