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Go /p/ro:
• Please post images that are JPG format, smaller than 1 MB, and/or about 1000 pixels on the longest side.
• Expect to be judged harshly. Learn to deal with it.

Want:
• We come here for photos, so post yours as often as possible, even if "image unrelated" to your text.
• "Flickr/500px/Tumblr/Facebook/Portfolio" threads are for critique and networking
• Use "Recent Photos" threads if you are shy or only want to post a couple of photos.
• Shared raw files which we can collectively edit for discussion of post-processing techniques, are encouraged.
• Use the catalog to consolidate similar topics (photographic themes, images or technical gear threads)

Do Not Want:
• Go to >>>/r/ for specific Photoshop requests.
• Gear threads are discouraged, but identified as necessary. Many users simply hide these threads.


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Are Leicas worth the investment?

They're a beautiful piece of kit but damn they're expensive for what you get

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>>3509508
>piece of kit
Fucking brits and their words.
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>>3509512
What's the correct amerishart verbiage?
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>M10
>Film Ms
Yes
>everything else
Absolutely not.
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If you have the money, yes. They hold their value more than most camera brands, especially Sony. Great lenses. Excellent menu systems and ergonomics. Build quality is solid brass. Leica have great customer service too, which you'd expect for the money.

If you live in the UK go to the Leica shop in Mayfair and ask to give one a try. You'll see why they're priced the way they are the second you feel it in your hands.
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>>3509513
Cam-ah-rawww

>>3509520
I'm familiar with that little hole, honestly the Sony A7 range feel a lot more dense in the hand, leicas feel nice, but empty, and things like the screens and evf's are trash tier.

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DPRK / North Korea

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I don't know what you idiots wine about a half the time but North Korea looks like an aspie incelfat paradise. you just have to figure out how to make friends with khun chim so that this poor girl over here will wipe your butt hole
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>>3509422
you ok?
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>>3508641
Mixed feelings desu.
Coming from an ex-commie country I'm convinced that whatever you see has been consciously and carefully put there to manipulate what you think about the country. Commie regimes always go to extreme lengths to charm young people abroad, just like the CCCP used to do with american college students in the 60s and 70s.
So I'm pretty sure they would prop up an entire city like Pyongyang and let the best goys live there as long as they act really happy and make sure to always play outside, etc. for show.
But I also know how dishonest and deceptive western media is, and how it hates anything traditional. I know how predatory western capitalism is and how it wants to expand and consume everything. So from that perspective it makes perfect sense that they would smear the country, get their own citizens to boycott and sanction it, and thus try to pressure it into participating in the globalist free market.
It's almost impossible to tell what life looks like there for the average person outside of these touristy areas, but if I had to guess it's probably similar to what my parents experienced growing up. There was definitely scarcity and you had to wait weeks for certain imported goods like bananas, stuff like good quality clothes had a really high value and you pretty much bought them for life, public utilities were shitty and you didn't have a ton of entertainment outside of two TV channels and old books. Society wasn't "innocent" anymore because the memories of post war brutal communism were still lingering, but for the most part it was a pretty safe and simple life. It was culturally and ethnically coherent and you didn't feel this overwhelming sense of being isolated in a crowd of people.
So on one hand I'm sceptical about the comfy utopia feel that your shots convey, but I also feel melancholy for the inevitable destruction of their way of life when they get colonised and corrupted and end up just as degenerate and soulless as SK.
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>>3509506
Interesting perspective anon. What country are you from
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>>3509228
Have you not seen Truman show? OP is a tourist and he is only being shown what they want tourists to see.

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>>3502282
>make it software as a service and replace devs with pajeets
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>>3503209
...part of a 3rd world botnet.
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I was stupid enough to buy affinity photo for raw development. Really makes me miss a file browser and it's clearly not designed for photos.
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>>3502717
scene != russian kids repacking releases and adding miners
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>>3504612
>You're not disputing anything. Everyone knows what it is. It's raw editor, but it's not file organiser
You're an idiot.

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THIS KILLS THE CANON
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>>3509059
Like >>3508938 said.
> In machine learning the difference often is only available data to train and parameterize models. The approach itself is even secondary. The camera's CPU performance and power consumption add more to the problem than the approach too.
The more extensive an eye autofocus works, the more it indicates an overall robustness, so that even small or very blurred eyes or those in sun and shade are recognized correctly with a high probability.
I suppose Canon can't currently handle the amount of data hence the AF system is cut down on available phase information. They also began later.

The perfect camera would probably have the processor power and refresh rates of some A9+ camera and face/eye recognition that's parameterized using Facebook's data set.
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>>3509475
A9 is still only using a babby processor.

They are working on a new one for A7Siii which will spank the old generation.
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>>3509475
>I suppose Canon can't currently handle the amount of data
I think the Sony processor is actually weak.
It is very power efficient, and sips very little battery, but it can't encode as heavy video files as Panasonic's processor.

It must be because Sony use the data in a more clever way.
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>>3509087
Lmao, yes it is exactly true, if you knew the first thing about EE, you'd know.

Iso is just gain, and it is entirely controllable, and not locked to the sensor.

>>3509097
Lmao, no.

>>3509113
Nikon saying the d800 and d810 sensor are different is like vw claiming the engine in the polo is different to the one in the audi a2, because they have different plastic covers, and slightly different wiring routes.

>but dxo

Yes, firmware is the other half of hardware. My pc runs faster with Linux than Windows, and posts better benchmarks, are they different processors all of a sudden?


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>>3509484
Still can come down to better parameters, dedicated ICs, 3D image sensors.

Cinematic television edition
All video related questions and discussion is intended for this thread. Here we discuss techniques, gear and anything else related to capturing video footage. Please don't pretend to be an expert if you don't know what you're talking about. Kindly leave your ego at the door.
Posting short films/scripts or other work you've done is encouraged.
We tend to use and recommend DSLRs/mirrorless cameras because they provide phenomenal picture quality for their price, have large sensors (ie the same size used in high-end cinema cameras and higher) and have interchangeable lenses.
In contrast, consumer camcorders normally have much smaller sensors and a fixed lens.

>STICKY - https://pastebin.com/8genEgUy
>Helpful guide, additional books and more in-depth FAQs - https://pastebin.com/kG0gRmTZ

>NO ONE CARES WHAT AN EXPERT YOU THINK YOU ARE. IF YOU’RE ASKING BASIC-AS-SHIT QUESTIONS, YOU CAN’T BE ALL THAT GREAT. SEE ABOVE

Previous thread >>3483978
Why do we feel the need to express ourselves through film?

Quick FAQS

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I'm no expert or enthusiast, but I'm looking for a cheap camcorder (preferably $80-150 range, maybe more). Anything you guys recommend?
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>>3509355
There's a arrow-y button in the playhead that excludes tracks from selection, hidden, locked or whatnot don't care it's an extra thing per track you need to disarm
>>
>>3509427
You know there is a gear thread, right?
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>>3509410
That video was very unimpressive. I've seen some great footage from the z6, but that guy either doesn't know how to grade or how to render properly. It just looked bad.
The thing about noise is quite a large topic. In simple terms, the best way to get little noise is to build a large sensor with a low resolution as its caused by a pixel not receiving enough light to properly interpret which colour it should be. So the larger the pixels, the less noise. In short.
But cameras like the z6, the gh5 and bmp4k also have dual native ISOs. Google 'native iso' to see why that's helpful.
Because of the way debayering works along with compression, if you set your camera to shoot in b&w you should get noticeably less noise. But having said that, I started with a canon 550d. I stuck a 28mm f/2.8 on there and got pretty decent footage. It helps to not try and raise your shadows. If your subjects stay in lit areas (like under streetlamps, by bright shop windows etc) and you use a fast aperture, then you should be fine.
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>>3509427
2 options:
>go into your local computer/camera store and tell them this
>go on amazon and search for camcorders in this price range
At that price, there's not really one stand out camera. If you get anything with a big brand name attached, it will probably be roughly the best you could do.
(Though personally I'd just use my phone in that case)

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>What was /p/'s first camera?

(im trying to buy a decent camera for under $256, i dont care if its used)
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>>3509362
Used pro gear is often the best bang for the buck camera wise.
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>>3509058
That's a very specific budget
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Sony Nex 5n. Upgraded to Sony A6000 so I could use the same lenses then sold it all and moved to Fuji X-T2.

The 5n is dirt cheap used and is still great. I recommend it to noobs all the time. 1080p 60fps video and e-mount lenses for £70 used with a kit lens? Great value.
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My first was a Samsung NX300. Actually really compact for a APSC with the 20mm pancake and worked great as an introduction to cameras.

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Some generic 35mm film point-and-shoot that I had as a child in the 1980s. Fixed focus, fixed aperture, fixed shutter speed, no flash.

The first roll I took, all the indoors shots were way too dark. That's when I learned why people always used flash indoors.

The first camera I used where you could adjust everything was a Canon Pellix that my folks had since 1965. This is the only picture from that camera that I happen to have handy in scanned form.

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How do you sort your photos? This is my photo folder and as you can see it's a mess and split between sometime theme, location and date.
I don't use Lightroom.

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>>3509481
Ddmmyy_description.folder
>ddmmyy_description.raw
>tag_good.folder
>>ddmmyy_description_copy.raw
>>LR_catalog.folder
>>Export.folder
>>>ddmmyy_description_HD.jpg
Thematic_images.folder
>theme.folder
>>theme1.jpg

Amaclearenough?
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>>3509481
Use lightroom
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asaahshhah.jpg
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lolololol.jpg
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>>3509481
[Location-date] folders

Exports from LR to into a folder [processed]
>>
photos
camera brand
yymmdd
0xx.NEF/RW2

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Do you shoot alone or do you have friends with you?
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None of my friends are into photography and whenever my girlfriend comes along with me when I take photos she wants to hold my hand which gets really annoying, so I much prefer to shoot solo.
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>>3508858
colorado?
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>>3505029
Well, Happy Belated, anon. don't forget to be thankful that your mom loves and cares for you. <3
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I usually have friends, but none of them take photos. We walk around conventions mostly though, so its a specific context.
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>>3509331
> We walk around conventions mostly
Losers.

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For all your questions that don't warrant their own thread.
Use the /gear/ thread for gear related questions.

Previous >>3492826

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I'm looking for a simple photo editor for free or cheap that is good for just cropping, straightening, exposure, highlights and shadows however InPixio and Fotor both export substantially smaller files than the originals. Is this a concern? I only work with jpgs and don't need anything as sophisticated as Lightroom.
Fotor actually started spewing out horribly pixelated files. Why are they all so shit? I'd use my ipad for editing if it wasn't so hard to get photos on the fucking thing.

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>>3509488
>simple photo editor
>for just cropping, straightening, exposure, highlights and shadows
>my ipad

You know, the integrated editor in the Photos app does all that, just put your photos onto Dropbox or a cloud service, move them to your photo library and edit
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>>3509488
Just use iPad+Lightroom

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Previous thread: >>3506739

All discussion and questions related to gear should take place in this exact thread.

Redirection and answering questions in this thread is encouraged.

And don't forget, be polite!

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Are tripods with more sections in their legs inherently less stable given all else equal?
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>>3509458
I have the RT50C under a different brand, it is certainly fine with ~2kg lenses.

>>3509465
They mean you can also stow the ball head between the legs of the tripod.

>>3509468
Well, the legs will have a little more flex bending at the joints, but this doesn't necessarily make the tripod more unstable in any direction you care about with some load on it.

Still, less segments are generally easier.
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>>3509458
>fine
Why would you pick a Tripod that's more expensive, lacks horisontal feature, and call it fine?
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>>3509232
I was thinking about buying a Minolta 3x-1x macro, but I don’t want to invest any more into a-mount. I’ll have to make due with the Sony 100mm macro and extension tubes for now.
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Buying all this on Gumtree tonight for £10.
Pretty sure I only want the Trip 35 but the others will be nice I guess.

is it just a fancy way of saying "I want to take snapshits of my vacation"?

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>>3509326
>>tfw i tagged my snapshits of local shit as travel
>Seethe and cope faggots and thanks for the likes lmfao!
So does everyone else, fucktard
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>>3509377
No they don't judging by some cuckies itt

Cope some more while I'll just visit this boring ass castle for the 10000th time!
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>>3509388
>judging by some cuckies itt
Good sample you chose there.
>In 2018, there were more than 100 million active Instagram users
Enjoy your basem... I mean castle
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>>3509326
Doesn't cucklet mean they are less cuck than you?
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>>3509443
Cucklet seething shoulda chosen to be born in a place that only has apple hq going for it lol!
>>3509453
It means besides being a cuck they're dicklets

world's sharpest!* edition

old thread: >>3504057
All analog/film photography related questions and general discussion is to take place in this thread.
35mm, 120, medium format, large format, instant, polaroid, instax, C41, E6, B&W, developing, scanning, labs, darkroom etc.
Post photos as often as possible, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!

useful links:
http://istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography
https://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart.php

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you post about """influences"""
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>>3509389
I'd agree with you if this was the scan of a print. Check the exif, it's a scan of the the negative.
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>>3508439
Sup fags just wanted to get your opinions on these two scans as I'm trying to figure out a good workflow for my scanning.
Both were scanned on a Plustek 8100 using Vuescan as a .jpg but one I saved in Vuescan with sharpening on and the other I sharpened in Lightroom. the only other edits I did was turning the shadows down a slight bit to get rid of the green in the shadows. The Vuescan sharpened one is a bit darker than the Lightroom sharpened one to my eyes.

Image was shot on Superia Premium 400 using my Olympus XA at f/8

>pic related is Vuescan sharpened

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>>3509467
And the Lightroom sharpened one

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I know nothing about photography and I just picked up a $20 moldy Pentax Spotmatic with a nice telephoto lens included, along with a Zenit-B. The viewfinders are both very blurry, but don't seem dirty. Is there a way to fix this, or is it a result of decay? There are no diopters attached.

Would appreciate some help. Hopefully this is very, very basic and I'm just stupid.
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>>3509459
oh weird, the faded borders and overall softness threw me off. my bad

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>>3508015
Awesome idea.
I'll try it myself sometime.
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>>3508015
>my time is worthless
>I have no life
>I am a loser

Either that or you are making up fantasies like a sociopath. In which case,
>I have no life
>I am a loser
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>I post-process film scans in lightroom
>I care a lot about bokeh and frequently shoot apertures lower than 5.6
>I use meme-links for all my camera straps
>I shoot an APSC camera but still charge money for photoshoots
>I spend lots of money on my film hobby just because I like "the aesthetic"
>I care a lot about the likes I get on instagram
>I want to get into medium format photography just because I think it looks cool

Felt good to get that off my chest.
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>>3509490
None of these are a bad things besides
>I care a lot about the likes I get on instagram
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I own a £2k Leica and never shot raw.

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Photos you took that suck but you like.

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>>3508527
you could have increased the iso a bit for a faster shutter speed
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3d printed an anamorphic filter and was taking test shots to align the flare horizontally using a bright ceiling light. Even though there's nothing of interest I still find something about it moody and satisfying.

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>>3503305
I like this, I understand.
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>3d printed an anamorphic filter
can you make me one
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