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tips on mobile photography?
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>>3464175
>>3464177
Please read the sticky and resize your pictures.
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>>3464010
> Get an app that allows you to modify camera settings
> be aware of your phone camera lens aperture, focal lenght and sensor size. They can guide you to what kind of photos you'll be able to make.
> keep the iso as low as possible
> you're more likely to accidentaly touch your lens, make sure they're clean
> phones usually can't capture much detail, so simpler compositions are more effective. Given the small sensor size and often wide angle lens, make sure you get close enough to fill the frame properly.
> don't be afraid to shoot in landscape orientation
> don't be afraid to put phone on solid surface if you can't ensure there won't be movement blur. It looks horrible most of the time
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>>3465212
And just like your photo, tripods are always nice.

For the weight of a phone OP can probably get away with the cheapest thing on the market
Probably $20 for a tripod along with the phone holder
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>>3464010
Learn how to compose an image.

Anyone can take a picture but to create a cohesive image is a different kettle of fish.
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>>3464202
I have modified the Lightroom mobile APK and added all the presets i have on my pc. The image above have a cinematic present applied not sure which one, you can find many presets like this on VSCO app.

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So with instagram censoring any nudity and tumblr now doing the same where do people post art nudes these days?
Surely there is some popular website somewhere with nudes shot on film cameras uncensored?

I know you guys know...
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I knew that after the tumblr cleansing a lot of so called artists moved on pornhub and newgrounds
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>>3462449
flickr is still an option. even though flickr sucks now, it's still a good resource (but finding the quality photographers is hard)
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>>3462463
/Thread
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some of the 'models' are on reddit now
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>>3462449
Do you know how to use the internet or are you restricted to using twelvie tier mobile apps?

Just bought cinestill 800t for that YU BRADERUNNAR aesthetic

What shutter speed should i use?


Using nikon 50mm lens, fm2n, no flash

Indoors and outdoors at night and lowlight conditions. Photographing landscapes and places

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>>3464039
OP where in the fuck did you buy a roll of this stuff
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>>3465081
He bought it from > Google
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>>3465184
Nice, messed that up
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Imagine buying one of the most expensive and least worthwhile films on the market when you don't even know how to use a fucking camera.

Quick tip bro. Cinestill is cross processed shit. It's not giving you the same look as Kodak stocks processed conventionally. You fell for a meme. Buy Portra 800 next time, it's better and cheaper.
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>>3465214
It was only 16usd with shipping anon

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>I prefer how film looks but I hate dealing with film and using it
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>>3463782
the "film hipster look" that is popular today is the result of an underexposed film with shit tons of grain and light leaks everywhere.
i'd say you're quite close, but drop the shadows a little bit.
also keep in mind the context of what/where are you shooting.
your picture is taken outside on a sunny day, yet it looks underexposed as fuck, that just screams cheap ass filter.
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>>3463580
with current postprocessing options it's not really that hard to replicate it. It won't be 100% same but once you get into it you can get pretty close.
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>>3463580
Pretty easy actually. Use an old manual-lens that has a bit of refractive error, then post-process a grain filter over the top.
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>>3463580
Check out Fuji's own film simulations (on-camera, since only Fuji and Capture One know 'the recipe') and see if you'd like it
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>>3465285
doesn't really look like film though, it's just a name they've put on their filters.

Hi everyone,

Today I'm sharing a couple of series by photographer Stephen Gill. These works are mostly "street photography", though he has done different kinds of works in his career. I'll also be including two interviews.

"The Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd"

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>>3465455
See if you had an argument, you'd be doing shit like posting Alex's pictures and describing the aesthetic, thematic, and compesitional similarities to NT works showing parallels but you can't do that because outside of subject, they don't exist. Further, I sincerely doubt that you are even capable of such an analysis.
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>>3465468
If you don't want to waste your time then why are you doing it?

You guys should just make your own thread or get back on topic. I don't think Stephen Gill has very much to do with NT besides evidently superficial aesthetic similarities.
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>>3465483
>Thinks I hate New Topographics

Damn but you're dumb. I bet you think I think Alex's photos are anything more than postcard fodder too. You are really bad at the thinking thing.
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>>3465483
Nah I mentioned Alex as being a poster here who has consistent, well handled editing and coherence and you got mad and called it boring new topo boomer shit.
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>>3465531
Epic rage quit

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eo8qMbsCg5U
How will /p/ cope.
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>>3465343
Despite the whole...sideways thing
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>>3464593
I don't even know what point you're trying to make here. You shoot awful, boring subjects so ??????
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>>3465345
It's alright when you open it. I mean the orientation, everything else is ass
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>>3465384
It's sideways for me as well.
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>>3465427
Chrome?

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I still don't have a good place to collect my best digital photos, and I don't like Instagram. Should I just make a website? What are your experiences in platforms for uploading your work?
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>>3465028
just for you
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I want to be beautiful, please edit me
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>>3465225
You made him into a dudebro
Now all he needs is a WRX STI, a dudebro hat, vape and popping his collar.
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if I pay you?
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>>3465202
based wholesome /fa/g
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>>3465194
Phone selfies are always going to distort the fuck out of your face, make your nose massive and your chin tiny.
Also how fucking high are you???

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>>3465194
theres no fixing this.

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Post your drone photos and footage in this topic.
Intelligent discussion is also totally welcome
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The drone general over on /diy/ has a bunch of good info

>>>/diy/1589135

I think I linked that right...
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>>3462543
Photo classes are a scam. You can learn plenty online, and everything else is just practice practice practice. If you want to make a living out of it, you need to put in enough personal time out there honing your craft. If it was something any retard could spend 1k on a drone and do, there would be millions of people doing it and it wouldn’t be a viable business. You need to invest your own time, not your money in someone else’s time.
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>>3462543
Just learn to fly and especially make smooth, tracking turns and orbits. That's a huge as fuck differentiator.

If you really want to spend money, get any of the books that talk through exposure (Brian Peterson's Understanding Exposure is pretty good, but he takes some liberties with how he talks about some of the stuff).

I HIGHLY recommend doing something like Phlearn or the Adobe courses on doing post processing. This is another huge thing a ton of real estate photographers suck ass at. If you're also going to do interior shots and you learn how to properly HDR photos, you'll be a fucking king (emphasis on /properly/)

Now the above stuff, you don't have to spend a dime on. There's tons of tutorials out there for free. You'd probably be better served getting some speedlites and a remote tx for interiors.
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>>3458200
>Why does Minnesota have so many lakes anyway.
Glaciers
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it's been almost a year since I last used my drone, been too busy to really have fun and go out with it. also my area has a ton of restrictions where I can fly along the coast.

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Are Leicas worth the insane price tag?

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>>3460748
Yes, you unworthy piece of shit.
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>>3460748
i don't know
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>>3463592
M4 is just the M2 with quickloading system, different rewind lever and plastic tip advance lever. Everything the M4 can do, can also be done by M4-P plus 28mm framelines. MP is just an M6 with M2 rewind and advance levers.
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>>3463604

Right
My point being comparing the M4-P to say a Nikon S3 2000 they're pretty much the same price used. Leica bodies, used, isn't crazy expensive, just the lenses. But even then the latest 35 f/1.4 summilux fle has worse sharpness to the corners then the Zeiss 35 f/1.4 for a fraction of the cost.

Usually the best bang for the buck is a off brand lens for your shiny Leica body.

On the other spectrum there are Leica lenses that are unmatched compared to other brands, namely the newer ones designed more towards digital.
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cant make up my mind on a new camera... was highly considering the A7RII and A7III, then i came across the Leica Q and I am conflicted. Or a used Monochrom

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> missed focus
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>>3464913
>based boy Shaun
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>>3464913
That laptop in the background?
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>>3465047
Wrong comparison. Sony is already killing all the stars.

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>>3464913
that guys balding head?

Anyone here own a nikon fm2?

Bought one off craisglist and everything seems ok. But is the film advance lever supposed to spin freely? Its taut when spun at the direction of the arrow but it spins pretty fucking lose the other way.
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>>3465080
No you absolute retard, read what this anon is saying >>3465079 he just solved your dilemma in perfect detail
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>>3465079
What happens to the shots i took on an untaut roll?
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>>3465089
It's fucked. Just pull the roll out now and throw it in the trash.
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>>3465089
They're probably fine. Worst case scenario, there will be some slight weirdness with the focus because the film wasn't perfectly flat, but most likely it won't have affected anything at all.
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>>3465070
>>3465062

If you are using 36 exp film theres a bit of slack in the roll usually, try rewinding it a tad and see if it picks up the slack.

>>3465074

Probably not. The slack as I said is in the roll itself. You're fine. I would be more concerned with the condition of those light seals, which is a cheap 10 dollar kit on ebay.

overcast weather is the most shitty weather for photography
prove me wrong

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>>3465069
imagine being an imagine poster *insert current year*
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>>3465068
You can think whatever you like. There's no law requiring you be right or forcing you to realize that there extremists of a demographic aren't the whole of the demographic, irrespective of who rejects or accepts a given label. Literally just a difference in degree, not kind.
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>>3465077
bunch women of hating suicidal neets and closet nazis don't do shit
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>>3465086
Interestingly that's not the whole of the involuntary celibate, but thanks for playing.
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>>3465088
ok i n c e l

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The media, behind a rope, reflected in Trump's eye. Is this Pulitzer worthy? It's pretty epic in a cinematic sense. In the language of photography, what does this photo "mean"?
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>>3463204
Do people not think it's shopped? I'm not saying it's completely fake but it's obviously been enhanced. Eyes don't have that clear of a reflection, even in a studio setting where you can control everything.
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>>3464648
Bollocks, you wouldn't even know what country it was if it wasn't so famous
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>>3464700
It's not about what country it is. You can gather that it's a man being defiant of the military/government. Even without context you can tell basically what's going on. With the op, most people won't know who's eye that is, so there no hope of understanding what's going on. Even if they knew it was trumps eye, it's a stretch to guess who the people in the reflection are. I honestly would've guessed it was supporters at a rally.
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>>3464672
You're conflating terms mate. Being photoshopped is where something is materially changed about the image (compositing, liquid resize, use of things like d&b or cloning to remove elements significant to the image, etc.).

"Enhancing" is just dickering around with elements of the photo in such a way that is still true to the image as captured.

Absolutely no one is surprised that levels were played with or some selective sharpening was done.
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>>3464925
No, absolutely not. Particularly in an picture that is clearly a major event, an explanation of Where and Why is vital. Without that the image can never be fully understood.

It could be a still from a movie, a quirky shot from a military parade ... maybe he was a school teacher holding up traffic so the 5-years olds could cross the busy road safely and when he turned he got the shock of his life.

Without a proper explanation you simply do not know the story.

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Hey /P/
I have the A7s i bought 3 years ago and am looking to upgrade it. It's still kicking but it is getting outdated. I've been waiting for the A7s III to come out but that maybe until next year. Should i keep waiting or should i upgrade to something else?
I primarily need something good for video as i have a Canon 70D for photo works since i still use Canon Glass because i don't got fuck you money to buy proper Sony glass :(
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>>3464596
It's hard to say. I've been waiting for th a7s3 to come out for a while now as well, I don't want to buy the a73 for video work and then get immediate buyer remorse as soon as they announce the a7s3. I will say though, I just bought the sony 24-105, and it's incredible what sony glass can do paired with a sony body. The af in video mode (on an a6400) is pretty damn incredible.

Please canon fans, don't shit on me for some absurd reason, just trying to help this guy
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>>3464601
same here!
The a7r III looks good too but lacks certain things for video that i feel the a7s3 will address (low light, better fps, maybe built in Electronic ND filter?)

I have been thinking of getting 1 or 2 sony glass that is not absurdly priced and yeah the 24-105 might be it! my friend has the a6500 with a sony e mount lens and it works wonders as well! it's really hard for me since i have everything from 14-200m lens all in canon glass so it's hard to switch up at this point :/
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>>3464612
actually for video, I think the a73, not the a7r3 might be a better choice, it will probably save you a few hundred dollars that you can put towards a lens if you need to. Yeah the 24-105 is great, my boss has the canon version, I loved that lens, so I went and got the sony version, it's incredible. Seems like it will be a workhorse lens.

I was in the same boat as you. I bought a bunch of canon glass just months before I switched over to sony. It took me like 4 years to actually purchase a sony lens, but now that I have one I'm very happy. Also, with the new animal eye af functions that were added to the a73 last week, you might even be able to replace the 70d for your photo purposes too.
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>>3464596
>It's still kicking
Then there is no need to upgrade.
>i don't got fuck you money to buy proper Sony glass :(
and you won't if you spend it on a new body that's going to be 'outdated' in less than 5 years.
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You making money with the A7s? ISO wise it still is top of the bill 5 years later. I would try to ride it out until late summer and see if Sony finally brings out the A7sIII and more lenses.


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