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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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I use a D800 daily and I love it so much.
Giant sensor, amazing feel and outstanding images for the prices.
But it's very old and heavy. There's times when I just can't bring it because the lighting is too low or the camera is too heavy.
For 700 to 1500 what's the best small + low light capable body i could get?
Don't say fuji pls
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>>3802710
>low light capable body
stop trying to use your cameras as night vision goggles
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>>3802710
If you're not already using a f/1.4 or even an f/1.2 prime, then idk what you're doing.
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>>3802710
Get nicer glass
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>>3802710
Just pull the trigger on a new Z5, it'll be more compact and you can use your old lenses. But have to pay for the adapter. Or just get faster lenses, get a 1.2. But if it were me I'd just wait and save up and get a Z6ii on sale and future proof myself.
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>>3802710
Nikon Df
Native support for all your lenses with the same capabilities as a Nikon D4 for a fraction of the price.

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>>3802554
no way, sony don't release firmware updates, they just release new cameras with better software
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It's going to be a99iii or a5200, there's no way they have an actual new flagship, Sony has to cover them holes in their lineup.
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>>3802554
I laughed louder than I should have laughed.
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>>3802568
This is some of the most boring composition I have ever seen. Literally everything is straight on but not in an interesting way.
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Damn can't wait to see what I'm buying next!

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what retouch was made here?

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Way too much high contrast.

Soft contrast is always favorable for portrait.
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Looks to me like a reverse contrast banding filter with a boost to subsurface intensity. Maybe put through inverse tesselation filtering for added sharpness.
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denoise;
dodge and burn;
FS on everything.
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>>3802766
Finally!
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>>3802766
FS?

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Fuji Eterna 500T edition

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>>3802639
How long do you dry them? If you take them off too quick, they will bow like crazy. They will straighten out if you let them dry for a bit longer.
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I'm reading pages of people sperging out over film point and shoots because it's fun
What exactly are they expecting to find in the bag labeled "dead dove. do not eat."
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>>3802729
>I'm reading pages of people sperging out over film point and shoots because it's fun
these people are 18-20, they grew up with digital cams and/or phone cameras

a 35mm negative from a box of plastic blows their mind
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>>3802576
>How much does the body matter beyond aesthetic?
Quite minimally, the "sensor" is the film you're using, the only things to take into account other than aesthetics are:
Controls / ergonomics
If you want a full manual or some form of automation (i.e shutter / aperture priority)
max/min shutter speed
Onboard light meter
Lens availability / compatibility
Reliability

>>3802639
Clip a weight onto the bottom of them, nothing too heavy but it should be enough to pull it taught.

>>3802729
Nothing wrong with point and shoot, allows you to quickly capture without needing to think, if you like shooting film why not have that option?

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>>3802696
I do
portra 400 seems to turn out flatter than most others I've tried but still, I use the essential film holder and still get a little vignette, moreso with 35mm, 120 seems to turn out perfectly flat

>>3802727
usually overnight or at least 4 hours

pic related as an example, can see top right where it's been darker on scan hence the lighter vignette once flipped

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I’ve only done it twice but I really enjoyed shooting at protests. I can larp as a reporter and actually see some potential action.
Also nobody cares that you’re taking photos of them.
Post your best protest pics and the best equipment for it.

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>>3802770
> I use THE GIMP on Linux (system V, NOT systemd). (and darktable)

What exactly do you think System V and systemd are? Why is it relevant to the discussion? I'm really puzzled.
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>>3802770
>I use THE GIMP on Linux (system V, NOT systemd). (and darktable)
What do you use it for if you're a nophoto?

>You're just a fucking faggot that's against men marrying cute young girls, like all "fellow" fucking white pieces of fucking shit.
I'm Arab, you're a nonce.

>The sensor on the d3200 has quite a wide range regarding exposure sensiticity. +/-2 So why is it "not great".
>sensiticity

>he says he's a programmer but cant spell lmao
Ergonomically its bad, no dedicated dials for shutter/aperture. ISO performance is bad, FPS isn't great, buffering time isn't great, autofocus is slow and clunky etc
Its not a bad camera, pretty good for a first DSLR but its my no means a great camera, especially not in 2021.

Go out and take some photos instead of crying on an imageboard.

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>>3802708
>infested
saes gont
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>Protesting an american president
>Protesting american police
>From a country that isn't america

Really just drums home the fact that it's any old excuse to loot.
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>>3802784
There were widespread protests in U.K. when Trump was visiting and the U.K. government were brown-nosing him. Absolutely no looting though. That’s pretty rare here desu.

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Post your photos of mushrooms! Anything goes!

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>>3802199
Awesome find!
>>3802282
Nice!
>>3802288
Very pretty shot. Like the b/w a lot in this one
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There is bit of photoshop, but I did take this photo of a mushroom.
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>>3802424
I dig it!
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>>3802433
Thanks Anon.

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Good afternoon /p/,

I don't think I've made a thread at all this year so it's time to share some new stuff. How have y'all been enjoying your 2020? I've lurked on here a bit and saw some good photo threads, including some 4x5 ones.

I'm going to start with some stuff from the prairie. Since it's been so long, these images will span the whole year.

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>>3801108
>>3801315
>>3802333
>>3802339
A few more to post for now, thanks for keeping the thread up.

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>>3802637

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>>3802638

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>>3802637
That building is really photogenic.
How many cool pics have you got from it by now?
Or is "Montana Elevator Co." branded on all those barns?
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>>3802680
I love those buildings. There's a whole chain of them all over Montana, so a lot of them will have that same branding.

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just bought this, $1285 new, wanted to thank all fujifags here, gonna be using it with my EF lenses, maybe 16mm 2.8 later down the road.
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also, my first digital camera after almost 20years of film.
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>fuji
My condolences.
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I think you overpaid quite a bit especially in the USA where tech is stupidly cheap. Anyway have fun and enjoy, don't forget to install the latest firmware update.
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>>3802773
You won't notice the difference friend :)
Yep, snoycels and other filth might disagree because their brand demands them to but shooting a Fujifilm is the closest you'll get to the film look and experience.

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2021 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://https://controlc.com/d12c2c1a
>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 >>3768223

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

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Anybody got any ideas of stories I can tell without showing my face? I want to post online, but I dobt want to show my face.
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>>3802611
anyone can use proxies
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>>3802622
Yeah but that takes time. The m1 is actually good for a machine of its price at video editing. It’s been a long time since apple did well on price for performance.
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I’m going to buy some lights soon. I have nothing right now and I don’t have a lot of money so I’m looking at cheap lights that will stil be useful when I’ve got expensive lights.
Godox ml60 and aputure 60d are looking good, as is amaran 100d.
Idk how much it matters to get into a brand’s ecosystem, with apps that can control multiple lights etc.
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>>3802617
just voice over your own cinematography with your storytelling, go shoot a shit ton of comfy b-roll. would make for good portfolio filler

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This is the noobfriendly space.
Since this board is 80% gear and 20% people getting shat on for posting photos I created this thread for people that just want to shoot some photos and show them to others.

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>>3801965
>Mfw got the same telescope...
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>>3786012
Was this shot with a laptop webcam from 2007?
Boring photo, terrible composition, no subject, lots of distractions, highlights blown to shit.
>>3786013
Again quite a boring subject but at least the quality is better. Very flat image.
>>3786015
compositionally quite boring, might have been more interesting if the shot landscape and shown the cross of the bar, maybe not.
>>3786020
Another boring image.

Although it's all very critical, you're going out and shooting which is great. If you can go to photography exhibits definitely do that. Buy photographers books of who's work you like, analyse work online etc. It'll help train your eye, most of all go out and shoot more.

>>3786024
Personally, I love this because it reminds me of coming home after a night at a rave on MDMA, all street lights look like this on MDMA.


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>>3801551
great photo. lovely colours, leading lines and composition

>>3802248
I like this one, eyes travel nicely to the guys on the roof, good work with composing it anon.
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>>3802603
Thanks anon

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Yeah yeah, we're all cool photographers who take really serious pictures and who would never stoop to taking facebook-tier pics of our cats and dogs but if by some kind of miracle you've taken some, post them.

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lol

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Cemetery.
Olympus XA, expired Fuji C200

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>>3799748
Great lens.
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>>3799217
Shut up you stupid nigger. You can’t take a picture of a hoax.
>>3798957
Your pics are kinda blurry, I like them a lot more than the bordered ones you had last time. Is that the fault of the scanner?
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>>3802434
>Is that the fault of the scanner?
in part it could be
these are lab scans, I did not scan the negs with the Plustek yet
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>>3798957
>>3799188
Both very cool.

I remember doing photography in college and all the girls with coloured hair did almost every project in a graveyard.
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Enjoyed these, well done

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>mfw two weekends in a row with no new oh-hi.info uploads
I hope the coof didn't get /ourguy/

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Equipment MakeRICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD.
Camera ModelPENTAX K-3
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PhotographerAndrew Wade Eglington oh-hi.info
Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color Area
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)117 mm
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Focal Length78.00 mm
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>>3802028
I heard he finally woke up and switched to film, gonna be a 2 to 3 week lag on developing and scanning
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>>3802028
I died.
But the ebola I had a few years ago ate the covid and now I'm alive again. Because voodoo.

Actually I just can't be fucked wearing a mask in 30C+ and I'm trying to retain my pristine viral-virginness in case I want/need to visit people even older than me.

>>3802127
It's the commercial centre of the state's capital city. Pretty much the entire cross-section of people in/visiting this state go there to walk past the spot i stand on....which is about 10m from the actual physical centre of the crossroads i described above.
Also; it's weird cunts (aesthetically interesting people ) I'm actively looking for.

>>3802203
standing still for 9 years and letting it come to you is very different to walking around among it.

>>3802571
You have to be prepared to talk to anyone as an equal, about almost anything. But always make sure it's as if you were talking to the police, a priest, or someone elses grandma. Don't just be civil, be prudent, but honest.

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>>3802606
>Actually I just can't be fucked wearing a mask in 30C+ and I'm trying to retain my pristine viral-virginness in case I want/need to visit people even older than me.
Glad to hear you're okay dude.
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>>3802493
>>3802526
When I grow up I want to be Eggy
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>>3802028
She looks like gf material

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>Leica in a Leica edition

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>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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just learned the proper way to store a telephoto is lens element down. keeping one in a bag the wrong way for a week or so wouldn't mess with it or cause telescoping, right?
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>>3802709
>but 28mm just doesn't do it for me. If they ever make a 50mm or even 35mm version I'll be buying it immediately.
it's aimed at iPhone shooters

and they will not cannibalize their 35 and 50 summicron/lux sales by offering a Q which has one such lens plus autofocus + great sensor for "just" 5k

they are not stupid and will not step on their "M system" toes
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>>3802745
>just learned the proper way to store a telephoto is lens element down. keeping one in a bag the wrong way for a week or so wouldn't mess with it or cause telescoping, right?
U retarded or something? Lenses are meant to be used in any orientation what kind of harm could storing it "wrong" do?
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>>3802749
But thousands of people use 28mm on their rangefinder bodies.
They claim that they couldn't fit a 50mm lens in there but desu the Q isn't even that small...
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What are we to expect for the Fujifilm X-E4? I'm guessing it's not getting IBIS so will it just be more pixels?
A bigger viewfinder would be good.




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