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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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>>4030373
Is it a good idea then to generally shoot with DR set to 400%?
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>>4030553
Yes, enjoy
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>>4030553
>23mm
Nah man, you fucked it up. You should have bought the 35mm lens
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>>4030631
I had a nifty fifty equivalent with my older camera that I used for many years and got a bit tired of that focal length, hency why I went for a different one this time around.
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>>4030635
Be warned, 23mm focal length sucks. You will not get a single good image.
Just trade it to 18mm lens.

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Lunar eclipse begins in 13 hours 48 minutes or so. Totality is reached in 15 hours 44 minutes or so.

That's 03:29:03 May 16 UTC for conversion needs.

I used darktable, hugin, and ffmpeg to put this together last year, and ended up with a much better version that I can't find right now using some maximum area stuff that really blew my dick off.

Regardless of all of this, go out and shoot the fucking eclipse. I've wanted to frame it in-between tree branches, get some nice cloud coverage with a close-up (long lens) going on to get that ominous feeling (especially in a time lapse form), or get a tracked shot where the eclipse fades away to a fully white moon, though I feel like that requires a much higher dynamic range from my camera or a much more asspainy exposure control.

Regardless, happy shooting this year--I'm posting this primarily because I am risking working right in the middle of the action. I might not get anything good.
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>>4030565
I wish I were you.
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>>4030560
What are you using for edits? Is that png because you screenshotted the development preview?
Upload the raw to catbox and give us a go.
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>>4030565
It's hard to position a pendant when you don't have roof access; it's an alright shot, but it doesn't feel like it's drawing you anywhere. If you could have composed this again, I think you might have liked to throw the moon up and left, either along that line for a gaudy, cheap pendant, above the pillar for the same effect, or perhaps bijecting that angle made by the two structures.
Hard to get it to behave and find a good spot in that time, though, so nice attempt.
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>>4030610
Yeah, from my vantage point the moon was pretty low. What I was going for was weighting the blood moon with the red lights touching the tops of the church in a sort of implied horizon. Can't win them all. I ran around trying to find some cool stuff, Oh well.

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>>4030637
I've wondered if obscuring the moon in this case would have felt more intriguing, but haven't had the chance to try it.

I think I'm finally up against the limits of my gear (kodak z1015is). My budget is $25, what should I upgrade to?
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>>4030457
i would argue nobody has even reached the limits of the kodak brownie
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>>4030464
film will make OP bleed out the ass.

id say for $25 luck out on a s90 or something like that? those kodak bridges had very good zoom and IQ, ccd sensor, nice colors, all that.
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>>4030485
I's go up to $50 maybe, somewhere in that area anyway.

Yeah, the colors and overall look on the kodak was just really nice.
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spend just a little more and buy a nikon d60

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What's the most /fa/ way to carry your camera gear? I shoot a lot of street photo, and I kinda like this setup but I'm curious what other /p/ users might do. Considering getting a quick release sling aswell. Unsure what brand is good though, most on amazon have bad reviews saying that they're breaking and unreliable.
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>>4030452
If that retard isnt being sarcastic I'm about to lose all hope in this bad excuse for a photography board
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>>4029735
>>4029952
This. Many times people almost knocked my camera of the desk because their hand is caught by the strap.
Just get a camera bag. No strap is needed.
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>>4030579
People come to your desk and put their hand on your camera strap and almost knock it off the desk?
Doubt it
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>>4030603
>not hanging out with your friends on coffee shops
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>>4030640
I dont have any friends
I cant afford coffee from those shops
and I dont own a camera

I'll see myself out

Got this for £100 and it’s pretty nice. I’m struggling to get as nice colours out of it compared with my X-T2 though….

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>>4030556
I don't think they test for power zoom in ilc. It's only in cameras with build-in lenses where they test powerzoom. Many ILC mounts don't even have power zoom available.

They usually just test for
Start up power consumption +
30 second idle power consumption +
Exposure power consumption +
Flash interface power consumption +
Shutdown power consumption

It sort of simulates a walk around in the city pretty fairly.
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>>4030253
>buying bnew dslr

Get a used d7100/d7200 and some af/afd lenses
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>>4029907
How's the performance and your camera? Planning to get one for my D600.
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>>4030589
I'll report back when i get it, still waiting for it to ship
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I have had a terrible experience buying cameras, used and new. I'll tell my story if you wanna hear it /p/

I got a starter dlsr. It broke within 2 months. Shutter was busted or something and it was gonna cost $250, not worth fixing. Then after realizing I really liked photography, I upped my budget to like $750 and got an XT2 with a 35mm. Really good condition cosmetically but it had all these dead pixels and the on/off slider was almost seized. Sent it back. Then I thought, I have had enough of used. So I found an Em5mkiii on sale for $940 with the f2.8 kit lens. Brand new, factory sealed. I thought, this thing will do, its a good deal, bought it, done. Guess what? dead pixels or hot pixels or whatever it is they call it. All over the place, worse than the fuji. Back in the mail

So here I am now, 4 months after beginning to look for a camera and back on the compact camera that got me into photography to begin with. Here is a picture I took on my first dslr, before I knew what I was doing. The composition is terrible, it's iso 800 in broad daylight, the horizon isnt level and Im at a ridiculous aperture for some reason. Its all so wrong and it's laughable now but I won't fix it. The picture doesn't mean anything but now that I look at it, I wonder if those little reeds are still there, from all those months ago, growing and withstanding or have they died. I guess I'll go back there next weekend and find out.

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>>4030333
howd you get that glowy effect around the lighting
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>>4030418
lol just dehaze/clarity in lightroom
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>>4030456
but i dont want to reduce the haze, i want to increase it
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>>4027685
>brave, i'd be afraid that dude would kill me and take my camera
he was really nice and extremely polite:3

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lately i had troubles actually enjoying photography. im slowly trying to force myself taking my camera with me, so heres a few shots from last few months. hope they find you comfy
1/?
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>>4027703
thanks! yeah, i still question if it aint a bit too much, but... if it feels cozy, then the vibe is right
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>>4028277
It looks cohesive and natural for the most part. It matches the slightly run down Slovene vibe without the "vintage" film look.

Taking your camera out and using it is the only way to get over the feeling, artists in other fields talk about the Dark Night of the Soul and how feeling detached but doing it anyway led to some of their better work and breakthrough moments in developing as an artist. I'm not blowing smoke up your ass because this complement is meaningless, but this would be an enjoyable set to walk around looking at in a gallery or museum exhibit.
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>>4028385
thank you! arent all compliments, in the long run, meaningless.. hehe

but yeah, shooting more and hoping for some "good" shots to come out probably helps, at least a bit. but who knows - cause i dont - being a musician on the side i havent written a single "good" song out, well, since the quaranteening. as if all the creative juices just went to fuck know where.
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>>4027223
what digi did you use? these are genuinely some of the nicest pictures ive seen in a while. very comfy
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>>4030100
thanks dude! x100v with a 1/2 promist filter

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>start to get interested in artsy erotic photography
>a massive amount of the shooting is just cheap-looking coomer material or essentially a gateway for the models to become camwhores
>do some research by checking the locations, the big studios in the city, and the social connections
>the average model who wants a cute shoot is 2 handshakes away from a literal hardcore pornography casting

wtf bros, how do I avoid this is my career? Looks like every moderately successful model or photographer knows someone who does porn, or knows someone who knows.
Does it even makes sense to try and isolate yourself from the types?

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>>4029587

CC:
I'll accept your comparison to Araki as a great compliment, even though I didn't discover his work early enough to count him as an influence. But when I did see his body of work, and how voraciously he jumps around, and experiments with different techniques, and how he's still managed to maintain a unifying mind through it, an outlook that comes through no matter how he's presenting it, I was very encouraged about my own work. I had previously always harbored fears that my curiosity and variety were weaknesses. Araki showed me otherwise. And it looks like I'm well on course to have as much trouble with skittish publishers and censors as he had.

AFH:
Such as?

CC:
I've had many projects cause me problems. A magazine that published a retrospective of my work was forced by their distributor to put black censor dots over a few pages that were considered too graphic for distribution. I had two pieces included in the first edition of the high-end art collectible "The Playground", and two different printers refused to print the pieces due to explicitness, so the publishers wound up having to print them all by hand for inclusion. And after all that, Barneys refused to stock it due to the pieces. Luckily, Colette in Paris was less prudish. WWD wrote about the whole controversy, which greatly helped sales. Although on the other hand, I also know that I've lost out on big commercial jobs because of the raw sexuality of a lot of my personal work, so that controversy definitely cuts both ways. I find it amazing, really, how much power and polarization images of the naked human form can inspire. Perhaps that's partly why I'm so obsessed with it.
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>>4029588

AFH:
When and why did you begin burying prints?

CC:
I only began abusing, weathering, and burying prints in 2007, after the idea had been kicking around in in me since late 2005. At first it was just a cathartic reaction to what I had seen nature do to my family snapshots and belongings after Hurricane Katrina. So many of my childhood relics, and worse, my family's current belongings, were destroyed by the flooding, the rot, the mold. But in this destruction I kept finding myself fascinated by the grotesque beauty of it. Like a car accident, or the bodies of Pompeii. New Orleans is really a modern American Atlantis, after all. So this was just an attempt for me to bring under my own artistic control what had been an episode of complete chaos and destruction. Finding beauty in the shit. But as I started working with it I found other things about it to love. Like the fact that the resulting mold-ridden prints are very toxic. It's dangerous beauty, a siren call. Look too closely and it could kill you. Is the frame of the glass protecting the print, or the viewer? It appealed to my background in painting as well, as each piece is unique and unrepeatable, and that's something I find lovely. It also turns on its head the art-world emphasis on archival preservation. These images won't stop decaying once I seal them up. All things in life are transient, and more beautiful for it.

AFH:
How much control to you have over the end result?
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>>4029589

CC:
It forces me, as a control freak, to surrender. It's very random, and closer to painting or even farming than photography. It's excruciatingly slow. Just as digital technology speeds up photographic creation to being nearly instantaneous, the time it takes for me make each piece in this series is measured in months. After I started working on these I discovered that Stephen Gill had been something very similar, for different reasons and with different aesthetic results, in his "Buried" series, which I think was 2006 so. And Bill Morrison was doing something similar, and stunning, with his film 'Decasia' in 2002, which I discovered only in 2006.

AFH:
How different is your relationship with the uncontrollable aspects in your Fugue State (India ink splatter) series.

CC:
I'm still exploring what they mean to me, but the kernel right now, the cloud that they are forming in my imagination, is that they are both aspects of violence and injury, and my attempt to co-opt that, to contain it in the frame. Whereas the Decay series feels like feminine violence to me, subtle, creeping, slow and fluid, the Fugue State (ink splatter) series is more masculine. Attack, instant lashing out, leaving indelible injury. A moment of fury, leaving a scar as a testament.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWmAlUS7FxU
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>>4014257
Lol they also used to hire them instore, I remember seeing the cashier of one in the early 2010's in a porn flick like a week after I saw her.

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I accidentally bought an OM-10 mk3.

Never used an Olympus before, I'm adapted with Alpha cameras, sould I keep it or send it back as soon as I get it?
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>>4030580
>>4030585
So I should just stick to my A6000, gotcha
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>accidently
Our generation is so fucked that we are anxiously biting our nails about a fucking entry level olympus as if it's such a big purchase and for us, it is. Compare that to what our boomer parents experienced where they saw some flagship film camera in the back of a magazine and bought it on a whim to try out a new hobby. We're so fucked.
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>>4030591
Bro I was drunk, plus jobs pay like shit now because we allowed CEOs and managers to have endless bonus checks, and no one bothers to say shit.
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>>4030594
I'm from a former soviet country so the only thing my parents experienced were eaiting in line for 4 hours to get bread.
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>>4030594
i don't think that ever happened, maybe in America

Post your feed, and if you want you can post your @ as well.

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Anyone know isi’s Instagram? Her old antifoto one is gone.
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>>4026512
Nah you are not dumb. I applaud you for taking the time to shoot photos of birds. I don't have the patience or willingness to shoot that subject matter. But I certainly appreciate those that do.
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I feel like most people who call themselves photographers are truly lost, myself included.

Without a definitive focus we are all just fishing without any purpose or goal.

Although saying that; if you are dedicated enough and never stop taking photos, your unique look will emerge whether you know it or not. Think Vivian Maier.

-I only shoot on film. And don't really upload much of what I shoot.
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I shoot mostly random things but sometimes people that I know. Lots of film stuff and gearfagging in the description.

@tobiasmohaupt
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>>4027260
Ugh and there's fucking hackers that took over some accounts I know of. How can I trust an app that's full of hacking assholes lately?

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>Community links
35mmc.com
Casualphotophile.com
Emulsive.org
istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography
digitaltruth.com/devchart.php
industrieplus.net/dxdatabase

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>>4027096
Just go to Ebay and in the sidebar selected sold listings. Scroll down the list and you can get a general idea of what your camera has sold for recently.
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>>4029975
Thanks anon, I'm picking up the prints today so I'll post any decent ones here.
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>>4029975
This. I inherited my grandpa's Nikon FM and have a bunch of shitty old box cameras. My technical skills are practically zero and the extent of my experience is basically like a dad in vacation mode, but I just like having fun and taking pictures of places I go lol

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Seven hours in the darkroom and I got a few good ones. Gonna go back at it tomorrow if the the developer hasn't expired. Have an autoportrait of /fgt/.

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>>4030411
Wow, I can't believe I did it anons, my pictures were NOT total shit. They weren't all winners but there was some good ones

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I wish to get a small flash to achieve a harsh P&S look, meaning it has to be close to the lens axis. There's no need for variable power, just looking for something that will balance well on my dinky OM-4Ti. The unomat in picrel was my choice but I've yet to come across one for sale.
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YINYAN BY-18 or many other chinese versions of the same thing under different names. Keep in mind it only has one power setting, so you'll have to work around that.
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>>4029913
Looks like a scaled-down speedlite, I'm looking for something way smaller.

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How do you justify spending money on camera gear when women on average have taken more photos, selfies and tiktok videos with their phone than your camera?
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>>4030573
Why would I justify anything?
Fuck you, bad Troll.
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>>4030575
Neat. I'll get this camera then. Someone posted it for $1200.
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I photograph them nude on my expensive camera, I don’t give a fuck about their boring Instagram selfies or tik toks. Money well spent.




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