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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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• 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.
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Don't want my camera to get stolen or fucking methheads jumping me in my city. What's the best martial arts for this? Thinking boxing but someone told me Jiu Jitsu might be better.
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>>3634627
Got a few tips for ya:
Dress down (wear cheap clothing with no logos, also keep your camera in a basic bag), do not point your camera in the face of some druggie (if you insist on taking their picture ask them or use a zoom), try not to walk around super impoverished areas with a $3000+ camera system try using one of you beater cams, 90% of the time these dudes will not bother you if you stay out of their way ,Stay safe
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>>3634627
I normally carry a bersa thunder 380 but I'm out of the states and gunlaws are bitch out here so I keep this in my pocket it also doubles as a knuckle duster

>Ib4 edgy fag
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>>3634627

Dude once told me you should wear your tripod in your hand so you can club someone with it. He once did, and smoked a fag together later. Lesson; tripod could come in hand, charm might get you even further

>tldr; how to defend yourself and your gear in a south american favela
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>>3637582

I generally like wearing an inconspicuous camera bag. No camera logos on it. Also running shoes. Also looking like half a hobo yourself might help. When i wear my camera on my body I sling it across my chest and then covered under the flap of a jacket. Also nice for off the hip shooting
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>>3637143
>krav maga
>you cannot defend yourself
Are you a jew?

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half frame edition

old thread: >>3634309
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 you hate grain
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>>3637744
it's called soul, you wouldn't understand
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>>3637744
it's called not knowing how to color correct, you digicucks wouldn't get it
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From the notes of W Eugene Smith from the book Darkroom by Lustrum Press (Pic related) I found this method of developing 2 rolls per reel of 35mm. Granted it works on the steel reels but I have yet to try it on say Paterson plastics, doubt it will work. I tried it with already ruined rolls a couple times to make sure I could do it in light then I dove in to do it for reals with 2 rolls of Fomapan and it was a success!

Given the rule of 6ml of developer per 80^2 inches of emulsion (1x 35mm-36exp or 1x120) you would need minimum a 1:25 dilution for this to work safely or just use stock solutions, like I did.

Negatives in next post
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The only issue is that one can’t remove just one strip at a time so make sure you got your clips ready
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Does anyone use eos film cameras
How do people react to you compared to using a traditional manual camera

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Hovering edition

Previous: >>3633228

Tutorials/videos:
Orton effect by Orton:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ladmPVvXOw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_r385nasP0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OkTvBmnops

http://www.michaelortonphotography.com/ortoneffect.html
https://photographylife.com/landscapes/is-the-orton-effect-taking-over-landscape-photography
https://capturelandscapes.com/orton-effect-explained/

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>>3637727
i like this more if the road is centered

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>>3637766
>sharp wildlife photo
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Post stupid questions that need no extra thread. Use /gear/ for gear related stupid questions.

There's a 1.5% chance that your potentially stupid question was already answered in previous thread: >>3616438
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>>3637661
Because RAWs take a while to open up and use a lot of RAM. if you took hundreds of pics and are trying to cull them down to a more managable amount, JPGs let you do it a lot quicker.
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>>3637639
darktable, rawtherapee, capture one
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>>3637678
>darktable and rawtherapee
I've tried these and i just found them to be worse experiences than lightroom. That was a while ago though
>capture one
Even more expensive than lightroom

There is Luminar, which during the trial i liked a good amount. $90 or whatever the price was was reasonable as well. The AI editing was interesting as well. I havent switched because there still doesnt seem to be anything good for the ipad. I could just use lightroom on the ipad, and only pay $5 a month instead of $15 though, but a good reason to use lightroom is for the consistent editing experience across devices and the syncing of images. My real issue is the lack of good applications for the ipad
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How much floor space do you need to shoot portraits with softboxes and similar large lights? I want to shoot indoor portraits so I can control all the lighting, add props, etc, but I don't have hardly any room to do that
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>>3637775

Not a lot of space if you're shooting 50mm or wider. Anything over that (85/105/135, etc) then yeah you're gonna need space between you and the model even more if it's full body

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Do digital cameras cancel out the need for coloured filters completely?

I've been looking at getting a red filter for black and white photography, but I see a lot of pages saying "these work excellent with film cameras!" - sort of implying that there's no need with digital...
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>>3637094
Yes unless you’re using b&w film or monochrome sensor, you can select any colour combination for b&w conversion from a colour photo.
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>>3637394
It's not the same. You can get much better results with a red filter vs digital manipulation
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>>3637398
Bruh, it’s already got a red filter on it.
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>>3637398
If you can't edit an image it is more easy, yes. Any filter can be recreated with even more depth in post, provided you can do it
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>>3637422
So how would you recreate like 760mn IR pass filter?

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Assuming that's film, have a photo lab scan it at highest quality possible before it turns to dust.
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Go outside when sunset, but also overcast and rain
Take photo of tall thing near plant
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>>3637474
>wait until 8PM
>set ISO to 64,000
>aperture to f/16
>shutter speed 1/250
>take photo
>import into Lightroom
>crop to like 1/10th of original size
>noise reduction 200, sharpness -100
>saturation to zero

How would you edit this photo? I’m very new in the stuff and would like to get some tips about editing photos.

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>>3636603
here you go op

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>>3636790
no

>>3636612
k

>>3636850
no; above two fail because you cant see its a finger

>>3637134
ding ding we have a winrar, though i would keep the original cropping
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>>3637184
It’s a different photo though but thanks for the insight!
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Here’s the final photo

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>>3636603
I'd start by taking a more interesting photo with a more interesting background. Come on who dude who wants to see ceiling panels??
I like the basic concept but consider your elements more.

If you want to learn you need to take experiment or look at tutorials. It seems like you're just asking for someone to edit your photo for you..

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What do you wish you knew when you started with photography?
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>>3637646
The secrets are Photoshop, marketing, and connections.
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Nothing, except maybe get a full frame sooner. Also, don't buy that telephoto lens from craigslist, it was broken. That's pretty minor though as it was cheap. The journey is part of the fun.
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shoot medium format sooner
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>>3637694
lmao tons of shooters with very minimal photoshopping lurk more. current trends are for very minimal retouching...
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>>3636098
Yeah I think there's a LOT of people who browse 4chan who are so hopelessly weeb that they can't ever see past their asian fetish to see if someones really attractive or not. You appear to be one of them.

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Looking to get some feedback on my website. Trying to get a freelance job at a newspaper after college while I work towards my career.

https://thephotonthief.com/

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>>3637750
I'm not really a fan of portraits, though, but it was a lot of what I did starting out.
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also dude did you pay money to go to college to freelance cause wtf
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>>3637756
I'm in college for math. I didn't pay anything because it was on the GI bill
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>>3637757
ok phew
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For what it's worth I think your pics are good.

Can you only put your 3 best on the front page? You got too many there I think.

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anything goes in here for this form of photography.

How do you go about getting models? What types of environments do you normally shoot in? Poses? Tips on opening each other up?

Post here!
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>>3626953

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FQyluthfR4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IA282wVgAV4
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>>3637364
>spread legs?
Not really my style.
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>>3637537
faggot??
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>>3637540
yeah, this!!!
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>>3637537
any butthole to feet pix?

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dump your favorite picture youve taken

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still a beginner with a very old camera

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one of the first photo I ever took

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I've been at this for about 2 weeks pls no bully

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>> 3629481

Favorite recent. I have so many good ones, although this thread is putting my photography to shame.

Also Im fairly new to 4chan, so no bully pls

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All gear related questions in here please.

Manual prime edition.

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I'm a recent convert from point and shooting on hikes with a cell phone camera that's main lens is about equivalent to a 32mm lens to a Sony a7r ii. I've been going back and forth between the Sony 16-35mm f4 and the Tamron 17-28mm f2.8. It is my understanding that the Tamron has an image quality that is closer to the superior Sony 16-35mm f2.8 at around the same cost as a used Sony 16-35mm f4. Is it possible to change my point and shooting technique to make up for the defecit 7mm at the top end of the Tamron? My goal is point and shooting my way up the mountain until I get to the top and then using a tripod for long exposures with the 16/17mm portion of the lens. I imagine the difference between f2.8 and f4 is minimal since I'll be at f11-16 anyway and f2.8 is only useful for astrology photography and indoors.

TL;DR: Is versatility more important that image quality when it comes to lens?
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>>3637737
If you aren't willing to buy used, a Sony a6300 with a 18-135mm lens goes for $1,050.
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>>3637745
>TL;DR: Is versatility more important that image quality when it comes to lens?

Yes and no, typically in controlled environments you'd want the absolute best image quality. But when you don't have control over the environment having flexibility becomes more important, so you have to sacrifice something to gain that flexibility. If you're just doing point and shooting up a mountain I doubt that extra 7mm is gonna mean much. Plus if you're gonna be doing wide long exposures I'd easily want a lens that's sharper edge to edge.
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>>3637693
>>3637705
That's exactly what I wanted it for, wildlife related stuff. I'm surrounded by lakes and trails.
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>>3637755
Take my advice with a grain of salt, because I’m new and probably wrong about everything, but I use that lens a lot for birds and whatnot. I don’t think you’d be disappointed

Pic related, ignore my shit composition

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Just purchased my first DSLR Camera, having little to no background in photography. Been looking at a free online course looking at the basics of photography, but im eager to hear what you guys have to share.

The camera is a Nikon D3000 (im a poorfag, I know), with an 18-55mm lens. I just want to shoot as a hobby, maybe fashion, skateboarding and whatnot; so ill look for prolific figures in those areas.

As previously stated, I want to hear any tips/tricks and thought processes behind your photos, as well as examples if you're up to it!

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>>3637560
Thank you brother! Any ideas as to how I'll know if lenses fit my camera? (Its a silly question)
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>>3637706
read the manual for your camera and don't try to shove a canon lens in it?
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>>3637706
All F-Mount lenses will fit.
For primes, only G lenses will autofocus. D lenses require a body focus motor, which DX nikons lack (except for the D50, and a few others)
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As others have stated, just getting out and shooting literally anything interesting. That's how I started, and it was one of my favorite "stages" of my photography journey. Good luck!
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>>3637434
Best tip I have for you. Don’t be a gearfag, don’t listen to gearfags and only buy good glass, an off camera flash and a nice wrist or next strap for the next year (assuming you’re shooting more than 3 times a week, if less it’s two years) if you MUST purchase anything.

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

>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

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So, imagine just like making a film because you can without considering how stressful and hard the whole process will be. Mental right? Like, who would be that stupid?

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

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is there a video editor with a color correction / grading similar to davinci resolve but less resource intensive?
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>>3637311
no
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>>3637311
There are ways to make Dvinci less resource intensive - working with proxy footage and dropping your resolution down whilst you work on the project and then exporting it at higher res later on and other tricks.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LlU8JTtH7uk

Davinci, being free and robust is my choice for my videos - I don't know any other programs that do it as good - i've used premiere and vegas. Both workflows just dont resonate with me like resolve does.
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Does anyone know of a good colour accurate monitor for 400-500 EUR?
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>>3637425
though not, but worth an ask, no?

>>3637426
thanks, I love davinci but it crawls at even the most basic chopping tasks. I tried a couple other less intensive video editors in the time that I asked, shotclip is probably the most impressive with what it has versus how it runs, but the color grading / and correction is extremely lacking.


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