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Where's the analogy?

Analog audio called that because the medium uses a different physical property like voltage, magnetisation or groove shape as an analogy for sound pressure. A film photograph is not an analogy of anything, it is the actual picture itself. They should call it physical photography instead.
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>>3902311
All photons of the same color are equal. E=hv.
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>>3902049
Did you try sending them a letter OP?
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Analog stands for Anal OG because analog cameras were invented in 1882 by gay engineer Eguene Kumfahrtz to record his anal penetration acts, making the first type of cameras, aka ones that used film, the OG anal cameras.

Pic related is one of Kumfahrtz's sexscapades captured with an analog camera.
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>>3902358
>>chemistry is computerized
fock you
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>>3902274
>>3902286
> Picks out one tiny bit of that definition and ignores the other 90%
You need to go back

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Everyone has that one photo they took that they love for no real reason. Sure you may have taken better ones but for some reason that particular one stands out. Post yours here.

Rate others

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>>3885000
Oh, hey FortySeven! Lovely pic.
I would like for you to shoot me like one of your girls someday.
>>3888510
Wow, the sheer scale of the composition, and those bloody colours.
>>3893986
Oof, big fan of the moodyness and grain.
>>3895821
One word: lovely.
>>3895878
For fuck's sake, Anon, this is beautiful. I seriously mean it when I say that it rendered me speechless. Easily the best pic I have seen on /p/.
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It would be this one.
I know it is grainy, shitty, and doesn't make sense, but it has a certain je ne sais quoi that I like.

I am >>3904682

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Hard to pick but this is up there

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Took this one not too long ago.
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Took a picture and I like it :) thanks for reading my blog

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/White boy summer/

>Film Community Links:
35mmc.com
Casualphotophile.com
Emulsive.org
istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography
digitaltruth.com/devchart.php
industrieplus.net/dxdatabase
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>>3904743

hi giannis,

first of all, it's always a pleasure to talk to you, you're a great part of the community here!

I thought about everything this afternoon and just bought an overhauled, CLA'd A-1 body off ebay for 160 EUR. It's missing the grip thingy but I have the donor now, so no biggie...

Repairs with my guy would probably cost around 100-150 EUR so not worth it since I paid like, 100 EUR for the body.

I tried my EOS 650 today which is similar to the T90 and I don't like it. Too loud, too bulky, doesn't let me shoot on frames 00 and 0... I did find a mint T90 on local ads but I decided against for those reasons. Also, it looks like a professional camera compared to an old beat up A-1, which is a big nono for street photography and potential thieves IMO.

cheers!
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>>3904744
Cheers anon.

And yeah fair enough.
Many of those cameras, that used to cost 1,000€ or more in their heyday (inflation adjusted), now cost 100-150€, prices have bottomed hard.
Meanwhile labour cost for repair hasn't decreased at all, maybe even increased with fewer repairmen around.
A 100€ repair/CLA for a 1,000€ camera is fine, but for a 100€ camera it doesn't make much sense, unless it has sentimental value.

>Too loud, too bulky, doesn't let me shoot on frames 00 and 0
Yeah, I agree. There's a reason for the very short production run of that line and the low prices.
The people that valued things like FPS, advanced metering modes, etc etc., switched to EOS as soon as they could.
The rest, that didn't need such features, the T90 was overkill with the associated bulk and weight.
To people with an extensive collection of FD glass that want an advanced body, it makes sense. For casual shooting, not so much.
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>>3903305
Comfy
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>>3904743
I shoot a RZ and a 645 and it's a pretty significant difference, especially on verticals. But if you're working with scans its more dependent on the gate size, how far out the scanner is zoomed.
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>>3903151
645 is the better format for the majority of people shooting 67 systems, they just aren't ready for that truth yet.

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Post your stuff and reply offer critique and feedback to others

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>>3904525

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Tried taking some pictures of lights

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>>3904828

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Just got my first roll of film developed and sent back. Here are a couple shots that I liked

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Which camera did you shoot with? What film?
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>>3904825
Pentax ME Super

pic related

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Why waste money on gear when t3i is cheap and great?
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>>3904592
>720,000 and still working fine
That's emboldening.
After a few days of lurking /p/ and comparing all the 'budget' cameras I see mentioned to local secondhand prices, that 5D iii seems like a very effective entrypoint.

But what got me interested was the discussion upthread about using it for video with Magic Lantern.
Anyone know how a 5D with ML shooting in 4k would stack up against something like the Blackmagic PCC4k? (which seems to be the king of 'budget video' in its general)
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>>3904592
>anecdote
>>3904598
>That's emboldening.
you shouldn't be emboldened by a single anecdote. that's a flaw in human reasoning. shutters are rated for a specific number of actuations because after that point or around that point, they start to fail at higher rates. plenty of shutters will go longer, but statistically, they will fail at higher rates as they are used more. just like a person who lives to their 100s and smoked cigarettes doesn't invalidate the deadliness of smoking cigarettes.
see http://www.olegkikin.com/shutterlife/canon_eos5dmkii.htm for some data on the 5d ii for example. it's going to be the same trend for any camera.
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>>3904598
>Anyone know how a 5D with ML shooting in 4k would stack up against something like the Blackmagic PCC4k?
I think the highest true resolution you can get...with a reasonable frame rate...is 3.5k in Super35. But that mode is gorgeous.

https://youtu.be/0hfZl7VHy5I
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>>3897350
t3i was my first, always got a soft spot for it
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>>3904628
Do people actually use their real names when submitting data to stuff like that?

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If camera lens round
Why sensor square???
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>>3904676
>If the sensor were a full circle capture, auto level functionality would not result in any extra cropping
Insta360 go 2 got a "oversized" sensor and does this.
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The human eye is round

why didn't painters paint all their pictures on a round canvas?????????

The world may never fucking know
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>>3904111
Squares are rectangles you dumb fuck.
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>>3904775
Just because A is contained in B it doesn't mean B is A.
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>>3904086
>>3904144
>>3904149
Because of how defocus works. If you want natural looking blur and round bokeh you must have a round lens.

You can 100% make a rectangular lens, actually some lenses do use rectangular elements away from the aperture. It would just fuck with out of focus areas.

As for why sensors are rectangular, it's the easiest shape to cut out or a 2D surface while reducing waste. Beyond that, humans like non-square aspect ratios and rectangles do that much better than ellipses, so even without restrictions unless you're going for square aspect ratios rectangles still makes more sense.

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Turret lens redux edition

Old thread: >>3895982


>All discussion and questions related to gear should take place in this exact thread
>Redirect other gear-related threads to this thread
>Remember to be polite.
>This is the thread in which you can be a gearfag

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>>3904189
this is really good advice
>>3904215
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I took the Helios pill, and I gotta say, I absolutely love it. Waiting for the weather to get better to take it out shooting, but just getting some quick pics around the house I'm super impressed with it.

Also, while a relatively newer model (from I believe 1987) it seems to be in a lot better condition than most of them I see online. Even the front element has no micro scratches; it looks like it's never been used.

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>>3904437
Yes, the Canon TS-E 90mm, I don't know if there is any equivalent for Sony.
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I'm planning on buying the Samyang 135mm f2. I should be able to buy it for $330-430 depending if I can get a used one or not.

Since this is manual only lens, are there any vintage lenses around this focal length I could look at instead? Using Sony A7II.
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>>3904515
There's some Nikon f-mount stuff like that.

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ITT: Stupid questions
I'll start off with a few, starting from most important to descending order of priority.
1) What is the best way to scan in film prints? I have never had to do this before so I don't know what I would want. Would it be fine just to use a regular printer scanner? Is it worth paying out for professional scans if I'm just going to post the pics to the socials? I'm probably going to shoot digital so I probably don't need to buy any new equipment.
2) My current setup is the Sony Alpha-100 with the kit lens. I'm overall happy with it for amateur shooting but I know there are limitations with using a 15 year old camera, and I have the money and time this summer to invest in shiny new equipment. Would it be worth buy a whole new camera or should I just start with trying out new lenses? Is /p/ a good place to ask gear related questions or should I go to a local camera shop instead? I'm thinking if I want a new camera, it would be something smaller (not a point&shoot) that would be easy to take around for street photos/urban landscapes (rather than something super bulky and obvious), and also handles well in low-light conditions. My current camera doesn't have a very high ISO (max is 1600) and the resolution doesn't look good for landscapes despite me trying to shoot with high aperture settings and long exposures (although it could be I just don't know how to take proper landscapes). I also only shoot in manual and try to do all of my editing on a computer using the raw files, so a camera that is aimed more at durability and practicality rather than having bells and whistles for boomers and dumbasses would be preferred. If it would be better to buy a new lens, I tend to prefer wide-angle shots, so something fancy in the 35-18mm range that works with my camera (whether or not its fixed doesn't matter too much to me). I haven't done a ton of research and don't know much about gear
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>>3904673
>(It's more likely that a company is shilling their microadjusment shit on clueless mirrorless boomers)

Bingo.
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>>3904673
Damn what do I say to my wife
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>>3901150
You might be thinking of how under/over exposure shows up on the negative. An overexposed shot (which is indeed more light) shows up as a darker, more dense image on the negative, and an underexposed image will be lighter. This is simply because the film has reacted more strongly to the shot with more light. When you print the negative into a positive, or scan it and flip it on the computer, light and dark are the right way round again.

E.g. these are (crops of) the same image, except the left one was a stop overexposed, so it shows up as more dense on the negative.

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>>3904731
Thank her for the present. I've uv filters on most of my lenses. Protection and ease of cleaning is worth it. Just know that there are few instances where you should take it off. They can cause unwanted lens flares, an few rare other things.
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>>3904673
>So nikon fucked up af on mirrorless and needs microadjustements?
No. You think you understand something when you do not, and are too stubborn to even imagine that you might be wrong despite your shallow fstoppers level knowledge of the topic. That's why this statement earlier...
>PDAF applies an estimate from one data space (type of sensor and measurement) to another.
...flew right over your tiny brain.

Having PDAF sensors at the imaging plane eliminates the most common source of AF misalignment in a phase detect system. But not the only source. Any mirrorless model which relies entirely on phase detect embedded sensors for AF can have copies which require micro adjustment with some lenses. Some manufacturers are even smart enough to continue to include the feature because of this.

99.9% of users will never need it. 0.1% will.

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I like the reflection of the palm trees on the still lake.

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• Theme: Sphere
• Deadline: From June 18. to July 5.

Take photographs of sphericall things.

Rules:
• Photo must be taken during the timeline. Images taken before this thread was started won't count.
• Post images with exif, if possible. If you can't, just state that they were taken during the timeline.
• Three entries per photographer max.
• After the competition ends, all valid images will be posted for voting. There will be one vote per anon.

Optional:
• You're encouraged to post your images that fit the theme even if they're out of competition.
• You may title your images if you wish.
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>>3904122
>The theme is "sphere" but Earth and the moon are flat discs
curious.
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>>3903051
Here's my submission

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>>3904296
kek have some ufo's

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>>3903630
just noticed this was a day early. fuck.

can i have a retard pass?

anyways heres another

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Submission

Be it that it is generally considered a "taboo" topic of sorts, and it provokes something not "artistic" and often gross, it arises to ask, is it in the same as all the other types of photography?
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>>3904766
I wasn't about to post a dude spread out getting smashed.
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It can be done well but, making your own porn isnt art. How is making your own fapping material artistic?
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>>3904711
Yes, all real artists are on OnlyFans now IG is dead
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>>3904766
>CP on Amazon disguised as "Art"
why am i not surprised?
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>>3904766
>nudity isn’t porn either
It depends. If some woman is photographed with her snatch open so wide I can see her kidneys then that is porn.

The bulk of what masquerades as art is just titillation, or an expression of the photographers own fetishes at best. I think calling it art is dishonest but it probably helps some people feel less remorseful about masturbating.

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This thread is for smart phone photographers. We can show the ilc copers that we can create kino just as good as they can. Look at this f1. 0 equivalent aperture shot.

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Smart phone photography is a joke. Save for a camera or dont participate- its not others fault you cant afford one. Dont minimize it with your day dreams
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>>3904154
Pixel 4a has the best camera of any cheap Android phone.

If you want an iPhone, the SE (2nd gen) is cheap and has the same camera as more expensive models.
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>>3881400
Very nice eye. Looks like a fantasy novel cover done in acrylic

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Took this with a moto mod for my phone, not sure if it counts
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What apps are best?
Open Camera + Snapseed?
So far I've just been using a couple different versions of GCam and while the portrait mode is great I want something with manual controls.




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