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Go /p/ro:
• Please post images that are JPG format and ideally 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 /wsr/ or /r/ for specific Photoshop requests.
• Gear threads are discouraged, but identified as necessary. Many users simply hide these threads.


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Guys, the anti-zoo guy has gotten to me. I'm very into garloid photography but all my garloid photographs have been of specimens held in captivity. As a way to cope I started shopping the backgrounds out like in pic related. But I realize how shit it looks. Any tips on spotting them to do proper wildlife photography? I tried going to the glades but all I saw were gators, they did like eating the garloids when fed to them but I felt photographing that and making it look like Bobby the crocodile caught a live garloid and I caught him in the act would show a lack of journalistic integrity on my part.
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>>4104270
>muh journalistic integrity
ngmi with that mentality, it's a dog eat dog world out there sonny
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Have you tried Corn?

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What camera is cool? I want a cool one.


I don't care about specifications, I just want sheer cool factor.

DIGITAL ONLY

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>>4104189
If you made the diagnosis, you can cure yourself.
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>>4104285
pffft those grips make cameras better in pretty much every possible way
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>>4104260
>i uploaded a picture that looked completely different, even though the one i wanted had the camera name in the file name

no one is buying that, you're just upset that you're a fucking moron and embarassed yourself.

>Having a battery grip makes it less cool
>no camera with a battery grip posted

Amazing, you did the exact same thing again, what's going to be your excuse this time, you were looking at the wrong photo?

Absolute fucking moron.

>retro and nostalgia = cool

Oh, like a PT cruiser, lmao

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>>4104318
I don't care

They look like shit for balding wedding photographers
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>>4104285
>Horrifying

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Where a figure's face is in focus but everything from the head ears and body are blurred?
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>>4104214
Daily reminder that "crop factor" equivalence
a. Can be used to find effective aperture as well as focal length
b. Applies to sensor/film sizes larger than full frame
So if you see a Fujinon 210mm f/5.6 lens for 8x10 large format, you can expect it to behave similar to a 28mm f/0.75 on full frame.
So yes, a wide angle lens with very wide aperture would get you the same effect.

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>>4104123
Get a microscope and photograph the tiny russian tyrants.
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>>4104158
>>4104141
>>4104138
>>4104214

came here to post this. Lenin's portrait is likely done on a 13x18 FKD large format camera with KMZ lens.
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>>4104123
Sigma 20mm f/1.4
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The picture was unlikely to be taken on an 8x10 camera, the Soviets liked their 13x18 or 9x12 inch camera, so you probably would have something like a 28mm F1.8

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post pictures of mother nature
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>>4090122
What is the name of this creature. I almost accidentally run into this cunt
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>>4104282
Another one by me. I know the waterfall is completely blown out. If I had to take this shot again, I would probably do 2 shots with one spot-metered on the waterfall and then combine them, or maybe just do one shot metered on the waterfall and brighten the trees in post. Still not sure if my raw editing is any good.

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>>4104309
I rather like how this one came out, although I do wish I had a little more detail in the water.

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I am currently the frustrated owner of a Nikon D3300 with a kit lens (18-55mm), a prime 50mm 1.8, and a 55-200mm DX.

I would like to buy a better camera, and I am considering either the D7500 or the D800. Both are approx. the same price (~€700) where I live.

Which one should I choose?

I mostly do portraits but I also like doing landscape and boudoir photography from time to time.
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>>4102324
>one mans shit is another mans fetish
Hey each to their own, OP is asking and we're delivering sound advice, stop projecting your cope and let OP make his own decisions
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>>4099454
>I dont know what manual glass is

maybe you should lurk more and learn more before you go wasting moms paycheck on a new camera
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>>4102342
You're a fucking shill. I want to help OP and probably save him some buyer's remorse. He says he wants to upgrade, let's find out if the body is the one in need of an upgrade or something else that may be gesr related or not. You don't want OP to be like that guy who sold his entire Sony crop setup and got a full frame one and only after doing that and wasting money he found he was doing things wrong and still got about as much noise as he was getting before, this time with a heavier and bulkier rig. He should have bought a flash and a remote trigger instead.
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OP, also consider the D750 as an option, the price isn't much different from the D800, and it might be even better.
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Go with full frame OP. People itt are right, if you don't have $ for good modern VR lenses, go with cheaper AI/AF/AF-D ones.
Random unprocessed pic for reference from D700, 80-200mm AI lens. I bought it for 100 euros and it's 40+ years old

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I've literally never done any serious attempts at photography in my life outside of family portraits and want to get into it. My friend told me to just watch this video. Is it worth picking one of these up used on ebay?
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>>4104216
>going this deep into advice you know is bad
Yes.
And yeah I suppose it’s fair that this would all be a massive jump for a total beginner. I was mostly just pointing out that people talking about how expensive film is are kind of over exaggerating.
Realistically a used digital camera would be OP’s best bet. Unless he lives near somewhere that could let him use their darkroom.
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Can we all just move on from the film discussion and agree it's impractical advice for a total noob unless they are specifically looking to do film?
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Buy the micro four thirds olympus

Unless you want to be paid to take pictures by other people there is no reason to go further than micro four thirds cameras. The detail, noise, and dynamic range are still leaps and bounds ahead of flagship phones and the interchangeable lenses, hot shoes, and ergonomics are more enabling of good photography. If you are rich and a little snobby, you can upgrade to a new micro four thirds camera and nicer lenses later. You will get noticeably better pictures from the newer gear. If you are quite the spender, an APSC camera like from fujifilm will do a bit better still.

Full frame cameras, like f2.8 zoom lenses, are for people that want to be paid to take photos. The differences are negligible until you are cropping shit and then printing it for clients who just paid you $5000 for 5 hours of actual work that you probably enjoyed. Don't get a big ass DSLR, not even a cheaper older one, they are huge and they were always intended for pro journalists and wedding photographgers, not hobbyists.

DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME WITH FILM IF YOU WANT TO GET INTO PHOTOGRAPHY.
FILM PHOTOGRAPHY IS A SEPARATE HOBBY FROM DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY AND IS MORE ABOUT THE DIY ASPECT THAN THE ART.
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>>4104301
>Unless you want to be paid to take pictures by other people there is no reason to go further than micro four thirds cameras.
Even then, some people use cameras like the GH6 professionally with great results.
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>>4104302
Yeah mostly for video and controlled light photography. Event photographers and journos dealing with unpredictable scenes lean hard into full frame. You can shoot "a" wedding with micro four thirds but not every wedding, yknow.

>can we brighten up the room a bit it'll make the pictures less noisy
>...No?

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Crushed dreams and lost hope 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://textbin.net/2u146abxla
>Helpful guide, additional books and more in-depth FAQs - https://web.archive.org/web/20200926115310/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 >>4095075

Quick FAQS
>what’s the best camera available on a “budget”?

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>>4104304
Not him but hang in there. I'd love to be in your place in 2 years. Hopefully ill be directing a short film next year and then a 12min the year after in school. Not asking who you are and what you made but I'm curious.

What scale was the film? Short or feature? What position were you? Did you write it? What worked and what didn't? Why did it fail on the festival circuit? What did you learn?

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>>4104276
based canon c series enjoyer
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>>4104308
> I'd love to be in your place in 2 years
Lol, you only say that because you don't know me
>What scale was the film?
What do you mean? Budget? Tiny. Less than 10k.
Conceptually? Average. It mostly takes place in houses/apartments with a couple of more interesting locations.
>Short or feature?
Feature
>What position were you? Did you write it?
Wrote, directed and produced it. I wasn't going to wait around for some dickhead to "let" me make a film while over-inflating the budget for no reason and then using funding as a justification to neuter all the more interesting/controversial elements of the film.
There's this lie that prevails throughout the industry; that famous saying "don't spend your own money". This site more than any should know that any popular saying should be questioned. Who's saying it and why?
"They" are saying it because it lets them keep a monopoly on film production. They control what's released and reap all the profits. We've reached an age where it's completely affordable for someone with savings to produce their own feature that looks half decent and professional but the indie revolution hasn't come because people are too scared to try and do it on their own for fear of turning out like Neil Breen.
>What worked and what didn't?
Worked:
-tone

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Cont
>Why did it fail on the festival circuit? What did you learn?
If I had to guess, there's a number of reasons. I think the main reason is the length. And some of the sound foibles were enough to hurt its chances even if I don't think any were a huge deal. On top of that, the content was... This ties into what I learnt I guess.
I made the film I wanted to make and it turned out pretty much exactly how I wanted it to. But what I wanted to make isn't what festivals want. I had this retarded notion that festivals wanted the arthouse niche drama thrillers that were edgy and gritty.
If you've ever seen the nuSimpsons episode where they go to Sundance, that sums up what I thought would be most valued (there's a scene where Marge checks out the films in the festival and keeps coming out panicked and shocked). And I love indie arthouse films, especially european and eastern european ones, so this seemed like a great place to take inspiration from.
So I had all the elements; there was sufficent violence but the film wasn't an action film. There was nudity and lesbians. There were drugs. And there was plenty of swearing. But it was all done specifically to feel more like Loveless crossed with Good Time instead of something dumb like Pulp Fiction meets John Wick.
The issue is that festivals don't want that. Unless you've made a name for yourself. Festivals actually want one of 2 things:
-low-budget hollywood
-arthouse stories that deal with social justice issues (preferably written with the generic hollywood plot beats)
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>>4104323
cont
And I didn't realise this until it was too late. So the single most important lesson is that you can't get away with doing things too differently until you've established yourself. People don't keep making the same schlock because they're creatively bankrupt (or that's not the only reason), they also do it because that's what audiences like and festivals are trying to appeal to audiences too.
But making a feature that I like (even if that fluctuates) is still one of the things I'm most proud of. And I've learnt a fuckton in the process that it's hard to convey but that definitely helps for when/if I do make something new.

This post was longer than I intended it to be so congrats to anyone who read all of that.
/blogpost

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Is street photography going to become illegal someday? I feel as people get more paranoid about being recorded/filmed in public eventually there's going to be a ban and cops will just arrest anyone with a telephoto lens sitting on a bench at a park. Which sucks because I'm trying to improve my photo skills and taking pictures of people is the only way to do it. Theres millions of lake/ocean/archicture/nature photos out there but the real money comes from capturing people
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>>4104306
I was taking night photos in downtown coumbus around 2012. It wasnt of people just of the cars and lights when some black homeless guy got real aggressive with me because he thought i was taking pictures of him
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>>4104313
*for your own gain
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>>4104312
this is where the distinction between being in the picture and the subject matters

if you are in the background no one can do anything with that. if i have a convincing portriat or two of you i can fabricate an article where you thoughtfully explain why you think bestiality should be legalized, the age of consent should be eliminated, and blacks should be exterminated. no need for your name i can just say "an anonymous man i interviewed and consented only to having his photo taken". maybe i'll black out your eyes but it will still be recognizable to anyone who knows you.
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>>4104283
talk tough on the internet but if I catch you taking photos of my kids you can say goodbye to your camera and your teeth
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>>4104015
I believe it happened around the time telephotos enabled creepshots, especially of children on the beach.

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>>4104267
the vibes are immaculate

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This cheap Viltrox lens is alright, despite the kinda iffy AF.

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Probably someone already ask this but, with the nowadays cellphones, is it possible just put a lense in front of the camera and expect good results?
Genuine question
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The built in lens of the camera and the tiny ass sensor that can only read so much light limits the performance of the optics. You're just getting more zoom. Every phone photo is basically taken at ISO 1250 and even high megapixel sensors just use pixel binning to produce blurry 20mp results.

It is however possible to make a phone+mirrorless camera that's about the size of an iphone 4 with a lens mount on the back that is normally covered and electrically uncovers itself when a compatible lens is pressed on. That would perform just as well as any other camera that that sensor, and it would still retain its shitty compact point and shoot system and possible use it as a focusing aid.
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>>4104294
>that that
>that that that that that that
jesus fuck i need to lay off the alcohol, like, 60 minutes ago, when i poured half a bottle of bourbon into my coffee
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>>4104290
>lense
kys nigger
also no, you can't use it properly without a focusing screen adapter
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>>4104290
>degrade the shitty IQ of the built in lens even further
try it and post results
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>>4104290
>lense
Go back to plebbit.

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Explain the science of depth of field to me? Why is it when I focus the lens, it has the front and back parts out of focus?
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>>4104012
a quality thread died for this
next use google first you inconsiderate fuck
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>>4104094
Threads are supposed to die, you fucking retard.
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>>4104094
>/p/
>quality thread
nice meme
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>>4104271
>>4104280
"Quality" is probably an exaggeration but relatively I'm with >>4104094 because even a brandfagging shouting match is better than
>makes post
>nvm I fixed it

>>4104012
Perhaps you can redeem yourself by posting some links that helped you figure it out?
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>>4104287
>Perhaps you can redeem yourself by posting some links that helped you figure it out?
no

you say ___ and I say ___

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>>4099703

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>>4099995
the prophet's song yeaaa
>>4100139
ayy lmao

isi you remain my #1 inspiration for town photography

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What essentially is happening in photography is that light, being a form of energy weaker than air, gets focused at a point from it traveling in electromagnetic waves and as a light ray is trapped in box being the sensor or photographic medium. Light then has an electrical reaction with the photographic medium that is susceptible to the slightest of electrical energy, creating a photograph.
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>>4102960
Jesus Zach, there's no need for all that. The Jews are people too, just like you and me.
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>>4102960
Hitler was sleeping with his dog, zach. Reconsider your beliefs.
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This is how a camera works like a painting:

Light spreads out around objects like paint, it going through the lens is the fine sketch work of the lines, and it ending up on the photographic medium is like the application of the paint.
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Now where could my pipe be?
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"It didn't happen but it should have".
Zach Braff on the holocaust

Show em

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>>4103906
>Yeah and?
damn, micro4shitters are really so desperate that they're going to play the "muh chromatic aberrations are actually an epic and totally intentional aesthetics!"
>Also what do you mean unnatural noise?
maybe noise that doesn't look like a fucking grid? LOL blind retard
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>>4104195
lmao, although Shoog owns lots of stuff he also takes wonderful photos. I take a good photo like 2% of the time
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>>4104203
Micro 4/3?????
This sensor is mere millimeters in size dude.
And yeah the grain does take on a grid pattern.. if you view it at ~98% with no downsampling, like if you're using the website with scaling or something enabled.
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>>4104207

I do have a bit of kit.
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The one I have with me

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