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>>3494588
welp, selling all my gear and buying nvidia farmhouse!
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>>3494588
Nice try a.i. overload, you don't scare me, I'm learning how your coded so I can make you my bitch.
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>>3494588
Usually when I stumble upon such pieces of work, I set the picture on full screen and prepare myself some coffee (sometimes even an expensive bottle of red wine) and stare at the art whilst drinking my beverage. It really takes a giant idiot to think that these delicacies are appreciated by a quick 'image hover' on 4channel, when in reality one has to study it as if it were in a museum. Who would appreciate 'Starry Night' if it was on your $200 phone's screen (because let's be honest, if you're a regular in this board you're most likely poor) or on your 1080p Black-Friday-Deal laptop? Distance yourself from your own mental limitations and do something right for once.

Anyways, when I finished my drink I had to take a moment for myself, if you know what I mean. This picture has led me to believe that I must obtain whatever gear you used in order to take my craft one step closer to your masterpiece. What a magnificent photography you have created here, Anon. I cannot believe that your work hasn't been published in magazines, or presented in art galleries all around the world. Truly, a thing to behold, and it boggles my mind that you're not a tripfag (or else, I would follow your work closely). Even the title of this work is just... I... I have no words to describe what I felt!

Please keep us updated! This board needs more professional photographers like you. If only half of the idiots that browse this board would have an ounce of your creative mind, this wouldn't be such a barbaric, gear-fagging board as it is in its current state.

Thanks for making my day Anon, and I wish to see more of your art often. You should sign your photographs!

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> Have an instagram account
> Like taking baroque looking pictures of flowers at night with my shitty Panasonic small camera
> Upload them with some hashtags
> Some random night as I upload one I get a like from literally the guy that works for Hugo Boss doing advertising/photography,like the real deal

> Being a schizo idiot I delete my photos
> Being an idiot I delete my account
> Being an schizo I keep deleting the pictures I take only to get back at doing a different one
>mfw I would have a decent ammount of nice/interesting looking pictures by now

It felt like that was the most memorable atention I ever got from something I did
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>>3494916
unironically your images are better than 80% of /p/. They show coherent style and use of colours in a digishitter format. Something rare here even among those that sport much better equipment.
>>3495328
Love this one in particular. How the lower branch hugs the whole bouquet, and that extra boom that you get from complementing background.
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>>3495394
This is why people compare the taste of /p/ to /fa/ where both boards are flooded with the vocal minority of shitposters who share tastes from their 4 books they skimmed through on their idols dating before 1990. Take all criticism and praise here with a bucket of salt.
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>>3495328
>>3495331
>>3495382
>>3495403
Very nice. You have a unique style, or...dare I say it...vision (pun intended!)
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>>3494916
why lol

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If you are shooting with a camera with less than 36 MP you really can't call yourself a professional photographer. Having a lot of megapixels is key to get the best possible image. < 36 MP = casual iPhone-tier photographer.

Not trying to start shit, but pointing out something that should already be obvious to anyone that isn't a retard.
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>>3495841
We have only got Henry Ford's word for that, he didn't actually ask anyone
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I see what you did there!
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This faggot is so bootyblasted about getting filtered he made another trip lmfao
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>>3495841
You don’t have the technique to shoot high res.
I absolutely guarantee you’ve got no more than about 4mp of usable resolution on any of your shots.
Prove me wrong.
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>>3495841
Ford was pretty based. Bullied his cuck son for being a cuck, and if I remember correctly was even an inspiration for a certain political ideology.

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What is some cheap stuff to just mess around with, dont think ill do anything ill show to anything but might want to make cool stuff..

Was thinking of getting a lumx g6 but dont know what about audio. is this a good idea? advice?
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I think you can get a phone with a camera on the back and it can record video for your pleasure
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get a disposable camera, it's low commitment and a ton of fun to shoot. use the flash lots and don't expect a perfect set of photos

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How is this possible guys?
This photo was made with like an old nokia phone camera 360p probably, and consistent lighting, and then you get this as a result.
So weird

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>>3495751
Damn I got flashbacks from this
I never realized that pixels until now

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I'm looking for a telescope that I can do astrophotography with. I'd like to be able to see nebulae and galaxies with fairly good quality... well as good as 150-200 bucks USD will get me


The photo was taken by me btw

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>>3494024
10x more will give you a good start for a beginner kit
Astronomy is an expensive hobby
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>>3494024
>>3494211
this

Don't be disheartened though. 150-200 bucks will get you a nice starter 'scope for visual observations and limited photo opportunities. Do A LOT of research before buying anything.

Sadly most high end astro gear is very expensive. Think one level below military spec optics. Dedicated cooled cameras cost thousands and big astrographs cost even more. Computer guiding adds even more cost.

That being said on a modest budget you can capture nice images from your backyard. If you are serious don't buy cheap, you'll regret it in the long term.

First step will be to the buy the 'scope. If it performs well visually it will be ok for imaging. For deep space objects just finding them in the sky is a major challenge even with a goto mount. They are very dim. I'd spend a few months visually observing the night sky before even attempting any photography.

In the Northern Hemisphere it's Mid Summer now so we're fucked really, if you live in New Zealand you're good to go.

tl;dr with a sturdy tripod and a good quality "lens" with software you can test the water. There's a new astro thread, lurk there although it might die...
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>>3494024
Ha! $200 max budget good luck with that!
Galaxy's are so dim you'd need a $2,000-10,000+ telescope even then looking at them they just look fuzzy to the naked eye.
astrophotography as mentioned is a hella pricey hobby.
Hell a entry level refractor will run you anywhere from $400+ if you are magically able to find a decent refractor under $500 you will be lucky.
The process is advanced it's a lot of work.
You really need a good telecope mount they cost from $699 on sale to over $10,000
You need a auto guider for long exposure to counter act the the earth spin.
You're looking at $1,500+ of you're lucky to get stuff on sale or used.
Is my setup I don't have the money now to finish getting a auto guider to help with exposures of 2 minutes or longer
It's not like you just put the telescope and start imaging you gotta balance, polar align ect..

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How do you carry your camera? Neck strap? wrist strap? bag? backpack? I'm trying to figure out something where isn't unwieldily but readily available

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>>3483016
My camera carries me.
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I used to use this. Just unravelled it a bit for the extra length I need and looped it through one corner of my dslr. Now I have a leica and just use the thin neck strap it came with. Much more comfortable to wear around your neck when the camera is light.
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I wrap the neckstrap around my wrist. When it comes to changing lenses I hang it from my neck
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>>3483016
PD Capture and PD Slide, also my old trusty packpack.
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>>3484013
That's a big lens

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Post a photo and people guess where it was taken.
Don't root through the files, that's cheating
Hint: Northeast United States
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>>3495892
damn. the moon?
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>>3495895
close answer, kind of
it's asteroid Bennu
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>>3495547
Okay, the answer is Anıtkabir
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>>3495897
Kek
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>>3495430
Albert Dock, Liverpool?

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Whoa guys m43 is so much smaller whoaaaa
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>>3495834
Cope
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>>3495365
A7RII has one SD slot so its not pro
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>>3495486
>tfw sony forgets about their god tier a mount systems in order to focus on fucking E mount
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>>3495232
>Tony Northrup is God, you should be hanged for not believing in a man who thinks light meters are witchcraft and that light transmission is determined by pixel size and not aperture opening.
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>>3495917
Cope

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ITT: Instagram pages
post em, rate em, follow em, flame em.
Previous Thread: >>3432242


My shots don't really have a common aesthetic, but I mostly shoot nature/wildlife.
>https://www.instagram.com/atl_natureboy/
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>>3493726
One of the better new guys
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>>3493500
mebbe he too don't for he got damn wanna
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>>3488913
enjoy your style so much that i reactivated my terrible account just to give you a follow

>>3474575
that top left photo in your posted image is wonderful

>>3477491
really nice images

never really got into the social media posting - feel free to stalk me: https://www.instagram.com/derrick_chandler_eicholtz/
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instagram.com/tobiasterjung

I like going outside and taking photos, connecting with others who are similar.

Hope you guys like my colourful style!
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>>3495845
sick landscapes
tho some shots remind me of instagram influecer tier filters,like the gull island lookout one
>>3495783
i really like your first five shots,recents really not my thing but looks p clean
>>3493445
the shots with the picnic looking cloth are extremely comfy
>>3490834
hi
>>3490680
pretty atmospheric,dont like the low contrast filters on some
>>3489503
pretty odd mixture



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valor a la luz

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How do I test out my portrait lens with no model?
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>>3495932
You're better not knowing.
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>>3495932
Have a look at http://wmdollshop.com/
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Give the lens to me, I'll make better use of it.
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>>3495932
>doll
It's a weeb suit.
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>>3495842
Do what every other gear autist does, shoot flowers

I can get very good condition used Sony A7 or a6300 for about the same price. Which would you buy, and why?
Does FF make a huge difference? Or is newer always better? Will the 2013 FF A7 take better photos than a 2016 APS-C a6300?
Mainly for hiking photos, of landscapes and of the group I’m hiking with. Plus party photos, street photography, portraits of my gf and pets, and maybe some astrophotography during winter.
Pic unrelated, unless anyone knows if there is a similar graph for choosing between cameras

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>>3495910
A7 has much better image quality but worse autofocus.

I'd take the a7 every time, but af isn't important for what I shoot.
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>>3495915
Thanks!
Ok so (in layman’s terms, am novicefag) by worse autofocus, do you mean it just takes longer to focus, or it will never focus without me manipulating the controls? (I’m down to learn so that’s no biggie, and I can handle a few seconds delay if that’s the case too)
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>>3495921
The af is perfectly usable as long as you're not in a dark room and you don't need continuous af. There's tools like focus peaking and focus mag to make manual focus easier though.
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>>3495934
Thanks! I think I’m sold on the a7, cheers mate

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OH NO NO NO
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>>3495670
Yet they've sold proving my point. The gear queer is you. There's more to performance than your metrics and there are plenty of reason why these lenses aren't the right ones. There's almost no purpose in f/1, f/1.2 and even f/1.4 lenses beside people and portrait.
I still don't get your t-stop arguments except that you like to shout out stupid numbers you want to argue about.

>>3495668
I've sure been feeling that lately. Which is more of an argument for me to send you back to Re**it.
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>>3495708
You're getting old and feeble, we WILL take over. Argue that gramps.

This site is ours go back to your retirement home.
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Stupid question:
i have an Automotive YouTube channel focused on repairs.(no flu all business tutorial vids)
I've been using a little ($100)Pentax Q to film.
I was told that a used Canon EOS M and a used canon 22mm f2 lens was the highest video quality i could get from a $200 setup.

is that accurate?
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That might be true.
>1,920 x 1,080 (Full HD / 1080p) at 30 & 24 fps
and there's magic lantern for the EOS M.

On the other hand, almost always for video, Panasonic and Sony are better options, in particular, if you're not interested in dpaf.

Ask there >>3495085 or there >>3495831 for better alternatives in your price range
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>>3495703
>f/7.1
>gimp

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CAn anyone identify this camera? Which model is it?

Is it worth it?
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>>3495641
>CAn anyone identify this camera?
yes
>Which model is it?
a Zenit
>Is it worth it?
no
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>>3495641
its shit anon.
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>>3495641
Well, as it's clearly written on it it's a Zenit E, made Belarus and Russia between 1965 and 1987.
It's usually sells between $10 and $50 depending on the state, lens, accessories, etc.
You can probably find a better camera for a similar price, could get one a part of a Photosniper set though.

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>>3495641
Zenit E - says right on the camera
>Is it worth it?
no


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