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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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OP can't shoot edition™

Post your street work, critic, discuss techniques...

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>>3767723
resize your shit!
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>>3767519
It's a Druid using his powers to block an excavator from reaching the forest.
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i started street/candid photography at age 22.
dropped at 23.

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How did he do it? All his new work look like a regular photography. His old ones, though, look like paintings.
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>>3767665
It shows. Use slidefilm or don't call yourself a photographer.
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>>3767746
Except no. I went to a Burtynsky exhibit and couldn't tell which were film and which were digital without reading the little ID card. The prints were massive too.
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>>3767754
What does Ed shoot with now? If it's MFD I wouldn't be surprised but printed large the difference between his large format work and something shot on a full frame digital should be very obvious.
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>>3767682
It is. It's some old tech photoshop technique that was used by one of his assistants. It's very much connected with photorealism. The main difference being that one remains a photograph, while the other becomes a painting. Technically. Processes, and even end results, can be almost identical. Amusingly photographers were accused of panting over their work, and painters of helping themselves too much with photographs. Crewdson moved away from it in his new work, and is now placed more firmly on photographic side of it. To the detriment of his art, in my opinion.

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>>3767584
>t. jelly

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/rpt/ Recent photo thread. Drop some flics.

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>>3767730

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>>3767703
There it is; see that wasn't super hard. Please take what you learned today forward into any relationship you have as functional/meaningful communication skills.

>half way through the frame
>horizontal lines and landscape format
>form and layers
Understood, thank you. Usually my frames are much more sky-focused. This time I had only a 40mm prime to work with, limited vantage points, and my subject was the valley you see there in the middle of the land area, with the pine trees. This made it difficult to get nice spread distributions on all 6 layers, and to include more of the sky but also my subject, both while maintaining all of my outdoor ethics. I will consider how to do better by your suggestion, perhaps a wider angled lens and some cropping? Personally, I disagree that the lines don't complement the image in any way and that there is nothing "captivating" in the image; I think the line (the road, implied by the topography where it goes out of view) leads you straight through the subject (a valley filled with ghostly pine trees) without even really noticing is charismatic, but I respect your appreciation for things more "captivating" and I will keep these comments tucked away for consideration the next time I photograph something more along the lines of what I expect you mean by "captivating". I agree with you that the environment lends itself to landscape, but I have taken far too many horizontal land photographs and I'm growing bored of them lately; I want to photograph portraits of the Earth, individual features but maintain their continuousness with the land.

Difficult task for sure.
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>>3767809
I also wish that bent-ass pine tree weren't there... I hate things in 4s. What can you do, though?
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my samefaggotry sensors are tingling
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>>3767809
>Please take what you learned today forward into any relationship you have as functional/meaningful communication skills.
Fucking lel. Stopped reading right here.

What is the most beautiful camera body ever made?
Speaking aesthetically only
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don't even try to deny it

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>>3767662
:--DDD
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>>3766940
looks a bit like a toy to me desu
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>>3767644
yes, an amazing camera with cool details to fiddle with
https://youtu.be/-rP0qOJW1AQ
https://francishodgson.com/2017/12/06/the-cult-of-the-camera-noel-pemberton-billing-and-the-compass/
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>>3767645
>brick with leatherette
lol
Fuck Fuji and fuck Sony

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Would you rather
>a small APS-C camera with a fixed 30mm f/1.1 lens and a base iso of 50
or
>a normal sized full frame camera with a fixed 50mm f/1.8 and a base iso of 100
or
>a bigboy 645 medium format camera with a fixed 80mm f/2.9 lens and a base iso of 200
the choice is yours anons
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Full frame with 50mm 1.8.
It gives the just right amount of DoF, it does not blow the background off completely, but it gives subject separation. You can get pictures with context when you just step back little bit.
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>>3767063
With stated apertures, you'll get very similar depth of field.
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>>3766998
It depends on lens quality. Larger the lens, easier to manufacture. But more expensive to manufacture. Weird conundrum.
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>>3762831
If price is all the same it doesn’t matter, and if the lenses are designed properly they’ll be the same size more or less. It might be easier for the 645 and it’s lens to deliver more detail with a more pixel dense sensor than it would for APSC and 1.1. But outside of that they should be the same, APSC more compact with smaller body and internals.
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>>3767511
So you'd choose the APS-C?

Am I a talented photographer?

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I feel like these threads/images are some kind of code that spies are using to communicate. Like a numbers station or something.
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>>3766227
Shut the fuck up I hate this suggestion I think there might be something to it, though.

Somebody go fetch a damn cryptologist from the math, para, or other relevant boards.

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last one is at the limit so time for number 4 (?) you already know the drill senpai:

>PRICE FOR ENTRY IS A PORTRAIT THAT YOU YOURSELF SHOT. anyone else will be treated as a bitter, nophoto, nocamera, larper.

Hope you guys got a lot of shoots in before they shut everything down again kek.
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>>3765859
>This would be a great pic if you shot with a workable dof.
Light was low and it was film, so my options were a bit limited aperture-wise. Also, the Kiev I was shooting with has a shitty viewfinder.

But yeah, I agree. I still like it, though, even though her glasses are more in focus than her eyes.
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>>3764983
This guy's thin spot must drive him crazy. He has cool hair otherwise.
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>>3761756
>>3762836
Very nice lighting and editing!

>>3761477
I'd clean up some stray shadows like the one on her chin and some parts of her body like the armpit.

>>3761479
>>3761496
>>3761997
>>3761999
>>3762875
I remember this thread from like 3 years ago, any new stuff?


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>>3761647
really weirdly the only other Melvin I know is also an east-asian man in a relationship with a white woman.
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>>3767813
Have you ever seen the two Melvins in the same room at the same time?

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>Ferrania Shill Edition

This is the Film General Thread.
It's ok to post film gear questions in this thread.
It is better to post your film photos in this thread

Film Community Links:
35mmc.com
Casualphotophile.com
Emulsive.org

>Shooting film doesn't make you gay, unless you choose not to support a "new" film business.

Old Thread: >>3753676
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pentax 67 or mamiya rb67

I own an rb67, love it, but have moved from slower photography to fashion/lifestyle, more environmental with natural light, not as much studio where the rb shines
finding the rb to just be a bit cumbersome and less able to catch those quick moments
how's the pentax? the 1/1000 shutter speed and ergonomics make me think it might be worth the shift
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Does anyone know where I can download (free or no) well-scanned film perfomations like this one but in 4K? Yeah I know it's lame but I don't have black pic and I don't even have a scanner
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>>3767777
>Portra 400BW
>color image
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>>3767777
I have plenty of 100mpx borders for different stocks but even the thought of someone using them for their digishit makes me sick
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>>3767777
buy a scanner

.Am I .A talented Photographer?

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>>3767216
BACK OFF
I FEEL THREATENED
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want to get a real camera under $600, total noob, looking for something that can withstand the outdoors. do you guys usually do cyber onday if you're going to buy a new camera?
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I bought a shitload of discount vitamins which are supposed to help my cognitive function so I can stop taking retard photos for once
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Why are you all telling someone NEW to spend like 1500 bucks?
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>>3767706
what kind
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Magmod shit is on sale. I just want a flash diffuser. Should I get it or is there a better/cheaper option?
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>>3767783
vitamin b complex, iron, vitamin d

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Come here to avoid the election shitposting 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://pastebin.com/Nu5a8Jjk
>Helpful guide, additional books and more in-depth FAQs - 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 >>3743418

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

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>>3767331
If you shoot real estate videos sometime you can pull the iris or rack the iris to prevents windows from blowing out so you can see the landscape views outside of windows in the expensive houses that you are pulling.
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>>3767340
>>3767385
oh this clears it up thanks i still want my clickless aperture lenses to not be that too bad rip
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Can you guys suggest me some modern equivalent to BeatEdit? It doesn't need to be a Premiere plugin. I can't seem to find it anywhere to pirate anymore.

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Hey Anons, I made a list of some film festivals or competitions y'all might be interested in

These are two big ones which I'm pretty sure are global:

My Rode Reel
Multiple Categories
Lots of Competition
https://www.myrodereel.com/

Artlist Contests
B-Roll Challenge, Showreel Contest, Edit Challenge, Halloween Contest
Use Artlist music or Artgrid footage to produce a video or film
These happened in this year or previous years and might happen again
https://artlist.io/blog/artlist-news/here-are-the-winners-of-the-b-roll-challenge/
https://artlist.io/blog/artlist-news/here-are-the-artlist-showreel-contest-winners/

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>>3767801
I'm making a second post for some Texas based ones. I don't think it's a requirement to live in Texas to enter these so really anyone can compete in these.

Austin Film Festival
Multiple Categories
Lots of Competition
https://austinfilmfestival.com/

Red Wasp Film Festival
Multiple Categories
In Bryan/College Station
https://filmfreeway.com/RedWaspFilmFestival

Texas Independent Film Festival
https://filmfreeway.com/TexasIndependentFilmFestival

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Is this a high quality photograph?

She posted one a few days ago also and all the comments were praising her.

What is her special talent?
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>>3765971
The theme of the photograph seems to be related to COVID. So i guess redditors are finding it relatable.
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>>3767670
Pretending they're women?
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>>3765971
>Is this a high quality photograph?
no

What is her special talent?
She has a vagina
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a s s t h i c c
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>>3767673
kek
>faces of chapotraphouse before it got banned in the post by the way

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A thread to showcase your work as a body and not just a limb.

Lets cap it to say 15 photos max otherwise it can be a bit of a slog.

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oh no no no no no no, mirrorless cucks we were too cocky!

https://fstoppers.com/originals/mirrorless-isnt-all-its-cracked-be-532182

>Viewfinder Woes
>It Means New Lens Collections
>Overheating Issues
>As Limited as a DSLR
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>>3767436
Canon and Nikon lenses are very repairable, Sony are absolutely not. What's the fucking point trying to repair a Sony lens when you can't order individual parts, just giant subassemblies. See lensrental blog
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>>3767416
>thinks the only benefit of EVF is boosting light, doesn't understand the value from a wysiwyg display, a much larger display and one that can show zebras/peaking/etc.

>Doesn't understand that mirrorless lenses have much fewer design restrictions thanks to the shorter flange distance and modern electronic control

>Doesn't understand that if DSLR had the same video capability as mirorless, it would have exactly the same issues with overheating

>Doesn't understand the benefit of AI driven autofocus, so they're objectively less limited

This author is an absolute tit, and I'm ashamed to be eskimo bros with him.
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>>3767461
It's quick clickbait article. He doesn't even touch the the battery life problem.

>>3767448
They are? I read on lensrentals an article that said that new Canon's are really hard to disassemble.
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Based fstoppers calling out the EVIL meme
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>>3767431
No, the generic articles are about how mirrorless is the future even though the pictures those cameras take are almost all identical to any modern DSLR image since 2012.




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