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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.

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• "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.
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>"post in the gear thread!"
>no gear thread

Let's fix that. Post your gear-related questions, answers, reccs, rants, etc etc.

"Should I buy" posts also go here. Happy shooting /p/haggots
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>>3536100
That's baseless guessing Anon.

If you know Sony you would know they love to recycle their sensors for another generation.
A7S -> A7Sii
A7Rii -> A7Riii
A7 -> A7ii
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>>3534580
I got a plustek8100 and I got a Nikon coolscan8000. The plustek actually does a hell of a job for being 1/5 the price. Problem is on really dense negs I get vertical lines running all through the scans on the plustek through vuescan. Also the inability to focus its lens really hamstrings sharpness.
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What up lads, so of course I use an Olympus and never cared about the rest.

However my mums friend got into photography. She's using a shitter canon whatever.
As the local bad boy /p/ro I was quickly asked which mirrorlet should she upgrade to.
>She needs a full frame
>She does product and landscape
>Her existing canon lenses can be adaptes to preferably with af
>Somewhat simple to use

I was thinking fuji or onions. Maybe because the all the memes here.
Price isnt really an issue but lets keep it kinda cheap, idk, under 1000 used.
Which cam would you recommend?

Pic unrelated but is the best camera ever created by man.


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>>3536164
Fujifilm X-H1
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>>3536164
>Onions
Kek. Word swaps s.o.y to onion...

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So I let my 3 year old play with my camera.
Do you ever see what a kid does?
When is a good time to actually give him a lesson?
Should I just let him keep fucking around until he wants to learn?

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>>3534399
Let him do whatever he wants, no matter what. As long as nobody gets hurt and assholes get offended.
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>>3534399
There's nothing wrong with this
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>>3535302
So you're for Walmart selling AR-15s to people who don't intend to use them to harm people?
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>>3534416
>>3535302
>>3535320
you have to go back
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>>3535329
are you not?

So I may I been at a party recently and told a chick I do photography, well said chick hit me up today asking when we can do a photo shoot.

So can yall redpill me on photography, I got 3 days before her and her friends come by.
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Get a cook looking camera and set to auto. Get her to do poses and get riskier from there till you end up with your entire 2 inches inside her. Good luck
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>>3536087
>go to town.
this is why you are still a virgin
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>>3536083
The one you have with you
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The lengths that desperate numales will go through for a thot... ridiculous. Men really went off the cliff in the mid 90s.

OP, just take the next step and go full (((Tinder))).
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>>3536083
Do you have a camera? If not, go full Terry Richardson core. Get a bunch of disposable film cameras, or a cheap film camera with auto settings and flash, and be extremely sexually provocative with the models. There’s a thread on T-bone here somewhere, check it out, I think his style is a good place for a total amateur seeking to maximize their “cool artsy photographer” vibe.

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saturation edition

old thread: >>3529197
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
http://industrieplus.net/dxdatabase

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless the flatness of portra

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>>3535793
I normally scan at 3600DPI since that is the fastest on my scanner. I resize to something smaller since that is all I need normally.
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>>3535889
I'd say it is a tiny bit more fiddly and requires a little more care than with a bayonet mount. You don't want to cross thread and ruin your lens and body.
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>>3534574
My favorite camera. Its heavy as fuck but its built like a tank.

Bought it for $100 and it came with the 55mm f1.8, 200mm f4 and the 24mm f3.5. I had an old spotty that I gave away after I got it. Its a nice camera
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I'm a dumbass and posted in the old thread, repostin here

Been shooting film for a while now, been loving it. Starting to get in the habit of just cutting out- and throwing away the worthless negatives I take (mostly stuff that's out of focus or with bad composition, etc).

Is that wise to do or will I regret that? I don't need these taking up space in my negative sleeves I think? Do you guys keep your negatives at all after scanning?
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>>3536039
How do I know what DPI my negs were scanned at? What does 3600DPI equal in resolution?

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I just shoot film in occasion when I feel like it, but it costs 9 to scan and develop where I'm from. Ya'll think it's worth the investment?
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>>3525572
>you'll get blown highlights and/or crushed shadows on high contrast shots.
>H
get fucked retard

just scan 3 times and merge
actually fucking retarded lmao
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>>3532614
No they're shit and that's why they're dirt cheap. Buy used or wait for deals on an Epson V/Plustek scanner. If you want things printed it's normally cheaper to outsource the work unless you're printing shit constantly. Make friends with your local printing company and maybe you'll get a nice discount.
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>>3525444
My Epson V600 does a decent job with 35mm negs and slides. It's not super fast but it makes decent images.
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Autism in here is v strong just take photos and find a scan solution that gives you the resolution you need for your output. The great thing about film is you can always rescan at higher res when needed.

Fucking thread asking if scanners are a worthwhile investment and it dissolves into talk g drum scanners and stitching a billion dslr photos together.

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Amatuer/hoobyist here, got a Plustek 8100 and while the price was kinda hard to swallow, the quality is really great and it's freeing knowing I can just scan at home. The prescan is a godsend too so I can just see if a negative is trash before I dedicate the 2 minute scanning time.

Because my local photo lab develops for $3 per roll and requires you to buy 25 cent prints of each photo you want scanned + a $5 scanning fee (for jpg on a CD!!), I save about 15 dollars on each roll now, it rules.

And because I often make photo zines and sell them on gumroad, it pays for itself in no time. Now I just develop for $3, maybe I'll look into developing at home in the future.

Political photography, and the art community in general is pretty left leaning, so most political photos are directed at portraying left leaning ideas.

Are there any right leaning photographers/photography?

I don't really give a fuck about politics really, I just wanna see how ideas from the other side can be portrayed in snapshits
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>>3535953
>His idea of patriotism is build upon exalting the memory of a terrorist event and military response

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What cameras do film studios use today? ARRI? Red? Does anyone have some insight into what's actually used today and how to get trained to become a DP or a camera operator?

I found a couple of pics from Ridley Scott's The Maritan behind the scenes production. This camera gear is fucking insane. I can't even figure out where the actual camera is (I'm guessing at the bottom?) And what the hell is all this other stuff?
Anyone wanna share some knowledge?

Also, post some other movie rigs!

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>>3535867
Forgot it was shot in 3d. It's two cam rig. One cam vertical, and the other at 90° to it. Both filming through beamsplitter.
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>>3535901
>Both filming through beamsplitter
god damn!

do you have any idea how many films today are shot in 3D?
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>>3535728
just wondering how much $ would a set of gear shown in the pic would be?
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>>3535728
Potato jet does a video on what Oscar nominees are shot on. mostly Alexa/ Alexa mini and a smattering of reds. Sony a7s models used as beater/throwaway cameras for some shots.
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>>3535814
Shiet they stole OPs camera

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Design your perfect camera. HARD EDITION: No naming of specs
.
.
What I'd like to see:
-Mirrorless cameras with a secondary shutter curtain to protect the sensor
-Magazine-like batteries. No fiddling around with battery doors
-SLR's with a hybrid viewfinder. The A.I. of mirrorless with the reassurance of an optical viewfinder.
-An internal battery to keep the camera powered during a battery swap.
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If /p/ designed the perfect camera it would be a pentax wrapped in gaffer tape
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>>3536022
I'd imagine a contax 645
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>>3536000
Most people think there is a fine line between phones and big black slrs. So when it looks more camera than phone they'll think "lol not professional enuf" and walk away.
.
Besides I wouldn't want to fit that homunculus in my skinny jeans.
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>>3536000
They already tried with the Nokia PureView, nobody wanted one. People will choose a thinner camera with a small sensor over a thicc camera with a big sensor so the market goes that direction. Hence putting loads of camera lenses on like they are now.

Most people aren't into photography in a serious way so the second you try to market prime lens or 1" sensor people switch off. It's an uphill battle.
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>>3536044
>Most people aren't into photography
I think with attention whoring on social media more people are learning, or at least wanting better pictures from their phones. You may be able to market something simple to understand to zoomers like larger sensors, like the *x zoom was to boomers.
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>>3535673
Full frame digital Nikon S rangefinder with hybrid viewfinder like xpro series. Adapt to F mount will full support for ais and Leica M with rangefinder coupling.

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I want to share some photographs of rainbow chasing and other interesting stuff.
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How come the 50mm is the cheapest TELE lens available?
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>>3535918
fuck this bate thread, does anybody have any idea of how one goes about to oil this lens, my one is pretty old and is a bitch to focus its too sticky
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>>3535918
Because the distance from sensor to mount is just under 50mm on slr's and symmetrical lenses are the easiest to make requiring the least glass.
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>>3535918
I've seen fx tamron 300mm zooms much cheaper than that 50mm afd lens
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Nikon 50 1.8g objectively the best deal in photography. Aspherical element, sharp edge to edge. Under 200 AUD used.
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i enjoy that nobody took op's stupid bait. who the fuck cares if some fucking apple press conference called a 50mm lens tele?

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How should I dress If I wanted to take portraits of people in the street. I don't want to scare them or turn them off.

this is /p/ related
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Most of the photographers I know will dress like this when they are working.
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>>3535883
just use a phone and blend in
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>>3535958
>>3535997
Real talk, Joe is the most pretentious street photographer on Instagram.

Why are they all like this.
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>>3536128
Why is the photographer in the photo.
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>>3536129
That's how pretentious he is.



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>>3536050
I did some strobe shots in a setup that looks decent on my Pentax body with wb set to flash on the Sony and got the same eerie colors. Whites look pretty white. And no I'm not just complaining of lack of saturation I'm comparing raw to raw.
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>>3536047
Sony have proven themselves repeatedly to have the best color science, both subjectively and objectively.
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>>3536047

They did, it's called the a9/a7iii/a7Riii
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>>3536058
Sorry, I thought this was a jpeg shooter tier question. In theory you can profile the raws to be identical but I’d be surprised if any of the preset wb settings matched another manufacturers, so wouldn’t use them as a reference point.

Now I think about it this is probably a CFA integration issue, they just couldn’t work out how to tune their sensor to fuji’s filter.

>>3536070
Only since the a7iii, and the a7s was pretty good as well. Probably because it had a very different CFA to all the other models at the time.

Full disclosure, I own an a7s.
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>>3536070

>unpopular photography opinions thread

i will start:
almost everything looks better in color rather than black and white;
many photographers use black and white to try and make their boring photos seem more deep/interesting
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>>3535839
I'd say the same except the opposite. Shit photographers crank up the saturation and vibrance slider to make boring snapshits of their garden look interesting.
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>>3535939
>some people insist
You know your mother will tell you anything to keep you happy right? Kek

The only real test of your work is if you get paid for it. Once people will part with money for a print of your photography or go out of their way to hire you to document something for them, you know you have actual talent. Otherwise you're probably in the early overconfidence part of the Dunning-Kruger effect like a lot of /p/ is.
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>>3536016
>monochrome converted d850
>To convert a camera to true monochrome, the CFA (color filter array) is physically removed with an acid or solvent. This leaves the sensor so that all pixels record all wavelengths of light without the red or green or blue filtration of the CFA.
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>>3535981
no it isn't
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>>3535839
>Camera gear doesn't matter: muh the one you have on you meme is retarded
>The only reason for using film 2019 is to be "different" and a hipster. It's shit.
>Street photography is for autists
>@misshattan is a shit tier photographer who only got where she is cause of her cunt

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I always hear Micro Four Thirds can't do low light, but then I take a (bad) picture like this, and I think it's a massively exaggerated "weakness" of the system.

This pic was taken in conditions that were so dark, it was difficult to see the boy running across the wall with the unaided eye. Not only did my EM1.2 focus immediately, but the noise is absolutely acceptable to me, especially for a scene darker than anything I'd ever shoot at professionally under any conditions. This picture has ZERO PERCENT NOISE REDUCTION. Nada. None. And I dropped the sharpening to zero, and just added a little clarity and slightly boosted the vibrance.

I kept it at ISO 200 and was able to almost totally freeze his motion at 1/125. He was running along that wall quite fast. How often would anyone ever need to capture someone running at that speed in nearly dark conditions professionally? I'd say essentially never.

I honestly think that the "MFT can't do low light" meme is just that, a meme. My opinion is that there's basically 1% to 5% of photographers that actually need better than MFT performance, and they're pushing the limits of imaging technology purposefully. Certainly close to 0% of anyone who's ever posted in the entire history of this board genuinely needs better than MFT performance, unless they're printing larger than poster size, which I bet is extremely rare.

I've come to the conclusion all the MFT hate is just post-purchase cope by low skilled, trend following, meme sucking togs that think a bigger sensor makes up for their innate lack of skill as photographers. Why worry about composition when you can just completely destroy your background details with "creamy bokeh" that we've all seen done a billion times to death? Just keep saying MFT can't do low light, even though 99% of togs never shoot professional stills in conditions dark enough for it to ever even matter one bit.

Cope more.
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>>3536080
>>3536085

Samefagging mongoloid retard.
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>>3536107
You need to get more creative with the insults kiddo
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>>3536108

Wow, an autistic Chinese kid learned how to press F11. Impressive...
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You guys still giving attention to this mft faggot?
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>>3532944
Idk man you're the one who wrote an essay. In that time you could've been shooting.


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