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Did you take a photo today?
Time to let me know.

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>>3447587
>Did you take a photo today?
I got up at 5am, climbed half way up a mountain and took about 20 bracketed shots at lake. I was testing a new 10mm lens, all the shots were shit, apart from maybe one of them which I posted over in the recent photos general.

>>3454804

It is very hard to take mountain shots when you're 10 meters away from the mountain itself.
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>>3454921
It happens. 10mm isn't very suitable for bracketing. It's more shoot and crop into wide landscape later kind of a lens.
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>>3454927
The location was very hard to shoot though, I was in a boulder field/moraine on a slope. I'll give it another test from on top of the mountain where there are better options for framing, everything I took today was flat, everything blended as one flat image, objects 2 metres away from me didn't standout from a background 200 metres away, I should render one to illustrate. Will respond to myself in a few minutes.
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STOP GEARFAGGING
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>>3454929
now post your work
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Thank god you're tripfagging, easier to filter your endless stream of shitposting
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>>3454930
>post your work
WHAT THE FUCK DO YOU MEAN BY THAT?
IM A FUCKING YELLER AND IM DOING MY WORK RIGHT NOW
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>>3454933
I usually hate degenerates. But this guy is genuinely good. To think he managed to compose stuff like this on some shitty viewfinder is astounding.
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>>3454932
GOOD BYE SPACE COWBOY

>>3454940
YEAH JAPMAN VERY GOOD

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As promised, nose removal. Started this model earlier than planned, it has only 1 day of training, But try it with any other tool your have. Hint: try online. Hint: there are academic projects which do it better, for now. Same $5 kickstarter

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1225113395/image-processing-with-ai-upscaling-artifacts-remov

PS: I'll post the proof it's not a fake later today.
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>>3454425
duck off chosis, stop trying to pull scams and get a job
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>>3454598
You're jet to prove there's any softwaring going on. I'll be more than willing to pay 20€ for a working quality upscaler, but I'm not seeing it. Until then it's a scam.
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>>3454425
Some advice since I've been watching neural network related image enhancement that's available to the public (not so much papers) like a hawk.

Your method for upscaling is bad; it looks like fractal / self-similarity upscaling such as ReShade (free) or Alien Skin's Blow Up (not free). The problem is something you mentioned in your other thread: Your software doesn't imagine new details and textures. Last I heard ESRGAN is the top dog in neural network upscaling. Also, there are already paid software and services for image upscaling and even sharpening via neural network. There's letsenhance.io whose monthly allowance of free upscales has provided me with very nice upscales of ancient memes since I'm disgusting and live my life this way, and there's Topaz Labs who has software for upscaling, sharpening, denoising, and "JPEG to raw" which is a hefty claim but the demo images are encouraging. Abandon upscaling, you're miles off and wasting time and resources on results that look worse than free non-AI upscaling (ReShade).

Continuing in another post as I'm going to reach limit and I may as well split posts by subject.
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>>3454425
>>3454915
Your denoising is bad. It leaves crosshatch textures behind and it's trained on noise that will never exist in reality. Real sensor noise doesn't look like an even distribution of random values over the image. The neural network needs to start over so that it isn't affected by this data.

To get training data you'll need to scrape imaging-resource.com to get images like https://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/nikon-d3500/nikon-d3500A7.HTM under "ISO Series NR = Off" so you can use this ISO 100 image as the clean image https://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/nikon-d3500/FULLRES/D3500hSLI00100NR0.JPG and this ISO 25600 image as the noisy image https://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/nikon-d3500/FULLRES/D3500hSLI25600NR0.JPG There are multiple scenes photographed at different ISO levels, not just the color checker. There's also a manikin, a house, and a grid with lines.

I think you would benefit from training multiple networks on different noise levels rather than trying to generalize it all in one network just to make things easier.

>>3454580
This is the reality of your software's noise reduction. Admittedly this is a really harsh image to restore, but it shows how real sensor noise is different from your evenly spread noise training images. The dark areas have very sparse pixels of detected light and your software would need to blend them together to get the real color and do this with a wide enough radius to fill out the shape, while also blending with a smaller radius in brighter areas like the face. Right now it looks like it only blends outward of about 4px no matter how sparse or dense the recorded photons are.

I don't know how to do that without also blurring adequately captured black surfaces. I thought maybe a median filter as an additional input would help the neural network but I'm doubting it now.

Continuing in another post.
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>>3454425
>>3454915
>>3454928
Your repair of JPEG artifacts is not great. It's not awful like Photoshop's JPEG artifact removal in the noise reduction filter, but it's also nowhere near the ability of Topaz Labs' JPEG cleaning AI software which guesses and generates new details.

The only non-AI software I've found that does a good job with restoring JPEGs is betterjpeg.com and I've tried to talk with them about how it works but they're unwilling to chat.

What I do know is this: It doesn't filter the final bitmap's pixels. Instead it works on the DCT coefficients.

From the website: "This decompression technique is based on more accurate dequantization of JPEG DCT coefficients and unlike most other JPEG reconstruction methods is not achieved by simply smoothing of a decompressed bitmap."

It weaves together the blocks of DCT coefficients to make smooth cosines, I think.

Anyway, I think it'd be a lot faster to train and render images by only using the DCT coefficients, the quantization table, and the DC coefficients.


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news:
Panasonic 10-25mm f/1.7
e-m5 iii announcement soon
panasonic g85 announcement soon
pen-f discontinued
e-m1x is good but big

New catalogue:
https://www.four-thirds.org/en/common/pdf/catalog2019_en.pdf

Discuss the system. Keep bitching to the minimum.
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>>3454782
>Panasonic 10-25mm f/1.7
f/3.4 equivalent, lmao
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new e-m5 ii for $900 including the 18 - 150, worth or no?
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>>3454917
No idea which lens you're talking about. It's worth looking for what you can get gx9 and similar lens.
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>>3454782
>/M43/
THE BASED SAUL MOTHERFUCKING LEITER WAS A LUMIX USER

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Which one would you go for? x-t2 or x-t30? Is there any noticable difference in the image quality? What I like about the x-t30 is its smaller size, weight and better video function. However I'm not sure wether or not I'm getting much into filming.
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>>3454914
That’s more of a factor of Sony appealing more to photographers who just want to jerk over camera spec sheets and Fuji appealing more to photographers who want to take actual good pictures. Ie, It’s a factor of the hands the cameras are in, not the camera hardware itself.
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>>3454911
>you never owned one!
>*posts proof of ownership*
>y-yeah, w-well maybe you do know what you're talking about, but your photo isn't authentic enough to pass my purity test!!!
What do you want from me, m8?

>>3454914
>Don't know. I search for Fuji XT-2 photos on flickr and they always look much better than the Sony ones.
Until you zoom in.
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>>3454931
>Sony photos only look good when you view small parts of them at 100% magnification
Yeah, that tracks.
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>>3454931
Yea, I'm not even in this discussion. Zoo memeing is a thing here.
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>>3454931
>caught lying about "Fuji libel"
>pivots to something else in a desperate attempt to regain relevance in the conversation
And that >>3454911 wasn't me pal. I don't care if you owned an X-T1, I disputed your assertion that "firmware doesn't matter" when the autofocus revamp of X-T1 had universal acclaim. You don't sound like you have any knowledge of the firmware and wouldn't answer me if you'd updated it or not. You probably didn't from how evasive you're being on a simple question.

What's the most powerful picture humanity has ever produced?

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>>3454730
>Imagine losing a war because of an out of context press photo

what do you think the context is that this photo is removed from?
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>>3454779
That's from a movie.
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>>3454875
We know you're just reposting from Time's 100
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>>3454893
Are you sure ? I can't find the source.
And if that's a movie, that's damn good acting. So good I don't think it is.

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>>3454633
>giving us the finger because it is somehow our fault she's a fat hog and we don't like fat hogs.
>OP with misogynistic /pol/ posting

Shit thread.
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Why are fat people so obsessed with weight? If you really don't care and are "comfortable with your body" you shouldn't have to spend your time signalling it.
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Ugggggh pol bait.

You’re a dick for posting these here, op.
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I swear to god if I see any mag or newspaper postings an article featuring these garbage I'll never read them in my entire life.
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>>3454671
Wood fuck

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Anyone experimented with these things? Looking at them and telephoto zooms for some high distance butterfly photography.

I'm guessing you'd have to go MF and learn to work in suitable distance. From what I read about them, they decrease actual stated aperture, and introduce some softness around the corners. So, slower speed, but you gain reach. Would handholding be feasible, or you'd have to go and look even more like a retard to normies running around with a tripod? Main question: On which side of the zoom lens you'd get better magnification? On more extended one, or on narrower one?

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>>3454565
Oh, the vid was resized, but not cropped. Originally, 1920x1080. Crazy big extension tubes with telephotos can do some really neat things and you still have like a dozen feet of working distance. It all comes down to what IQ you can get from your setup.

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>>3453975
Does this truly work with any lens I have the EF 70-300 IS II with the protruding rear element that don't work with canons converters.
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>>3454578
Possibly. You're putting telecoverter before the extension tube. A bit questionable buy, since you should still not be able to use teleconverter on that lanes without it because of rear element, but purely for macro/closeup it technically could work.
>>3454565
Surprise spider where you don't expect it. Totally agree that it should be better. 100% laziness.
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Here's another example of a long extension tube with a telephoto lens. The working distance is pretty nice, but I missed the focus by about half the subject due to the angle. Regardless, is shows a working distance that would be good for general sized insects at almost 1:1. The extension tube plus lens are 14" long. lol

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Any tips for macro photography? I ordered a reverse mount for my 28mm lens to give macro a try

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Unlimited funds. Looking up to the future lenses as well. Which one from these three to buy right now?
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>>3454224
>this is the dishonest shit

Oh, so instead of comparing 2 85mm lenses with almost identical transmission, i should be comparing the sony to the canon which is almost half a stop slower in actual use?

Lmfao, canon cucks be trying anything these days to not look trash.

>>3454227
Lmfao, "almost as well" from a lens that costs 4 times as much. Oof.
And it's still not as sharp as the sony stopped down to f2. Massive oof.

>>3454308
What is the nikon not worse at? I can't see anything.
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>>3454791
>Oh, so instead of comparing 2 85mm lenses with almost identical transmission, i should be comparing the sony to the canon which is almost half a stop slower in actual use?
>MUH T-STOP!
A f/1.4 lens cannot achieve the DoF or background blur of a f/1.2 lens. That's why people buy the Canon 85mm f/1.2, to do something you can't do on a Sony with a Sony lens, not to masturbate to t-stops or resolution charts.

The Canon 85mm f/1.4L IS is sharper than the Sony which is why you don't compare to it.

>>>3454227
>Lmfao, "almost as well" from a lens that costs 4 times as much. Oof.

At a full stop wider aperture which again allows for DoF and blur that the Sony cannot achieve, all without a significant loss in sharpness.

>And it's still not as sharp as the sony stopped down to f2.
Yes it is.
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>>3454883
>The Canon 85mm f/1.4L IS is sharper than the Sony which is why you don't compare to it.


https://www.lensrentals.com/blog/2018/01/mtf-testing-the-canon-85mm-f1-4-l-is/

> The Canon 85mm f/1.4 L IS is going to disappoint the Fanboys wanting bragging rights for the absolute best resolution in an 85mm lens.
>It may not give you the creamiest or sharpest image possible, but it will get reasonably high marks for both.
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>>3454791
>What is the nikon not worse at? I can't see anything.
maybe because you are a blatant sonygger fanboi
what is the Sonyg better at?
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>>3454922
Nikon is preferable for video shooters.
Sony is more preferable for 10FPS AF-C>>3451475

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blacked edition

Old thread: >>3449629
All analog/film photography related questions and general discussion on film photography is to take place in this thread.
35mm, 120, medium format, large format, C41, E6, B&W, developing, scanning, labs, darkroom etc.
Feel free to post photos, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you haven't loaded Kodak Blacktra 400 into your camera before

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>>3454722
>damn m8, that silent?
ever shot a Rolleiflex? sometimes i fear it didnt even shoot, because the click is minimal. theres not even mechanical shock so you dont feel the click either.
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Are all you fags on here from Toronto? Nice to see DTC driving the culture forward.
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>>3454010
My only rangefinder (I'm a poorfag) the electro 35cc, is so quiet, when I first got it I could not tell if it had fired or not. I thought it was broken.
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>>3454880
(g)ay

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Oh nothing special, just got a dozen or more shots i wanna post here, stop by and give some critiques or your thoughts

If there isnt one already, go ahead and post your low-light stuff here as well, good place to wrangle all the singular pics people might have

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>>3454528
thanks dude!
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Middle of the city I am surprised I got any stars with the light pollution.

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>>3453929
I really like this one, your other pics are also nice
Power lines are a bit aliased in your pictures, try another down-scaling algorithm

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Post recent snapshots and have others eviscerate them.
Please post images that are JPG format, smaller than 1 MB, and/or about 2000 pixels on the longest side. Expect to be judged harshly. Refuse to deal with it.
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>>3454812

Oh yeah totally
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>>3454811
I wasn’t saying its bad, just that I feel like a lot of people go for the whole “northern place with aurora” but I think yours is better than most of those. And I can’t give you too much shit, I love places like that too and I’ll probably take the same photo next time I’m in a place where I can

>>3454812
Also a good explanation
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>>3454904

Oh yeah, well totally. Part of the reason for that is because Aurora ONLY happens in far northern places, and there's not much reason to travel that far north during the winter aside from the Aurora. You're definitely right though, it's a bit played out on Instagram.
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>>3454604
My only issue with this is that the subject [the cow on the left] is poorly lit. Maybe you could fix it in post. Just ever so slightly, idk. Otherwise, surprisingly good picture.
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>>3454604
I agree with this anon (>>3454909), I liek the photo but the cow on the left looks like it's shopped into the photo.

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ITT Instagram pages

post em, rate em, hate em, etc.

>https://www.instagram.com/citrus._.lee/
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>>3453468

So I'm one of those assholes who gets a hundred "wow great" comments on each post, and I find it so fucking annoying. I wish people would comment with actual substance, but that's not really how the internet works. IF a comment has a critique, it's usually not substantive in any way that's useful, it's just like "Weird colors" "fake moon" or some stupid shit. People don't want to actually contribute, they either want to suck up to you, or just be a dick for no reason. Instagram is not useful whatsoever for actual constructive photography critiques.
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>>3454901

I forgot to mention that Chosis commented on one of my posts once and it was just basically "This is such faggot garbage gaylord shit I hope you die" and that's pretty much not a helpful comment, but that's not a surprise coming from Chosis
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>>3454901
>Instagram is not useful whatsoever for actual constructive photography critiques

side note, neither is /p/
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So is this where all the cool kids come to circle jerk and suck each other off?
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>>3454907
>side note, neither is /p/

Which is exactly why I didn't post my Instagram in this thread.

This time the options are a beauty portrait, a male portrait, and a night cityscape. Let's see what you've got /p. I tend to get burned out writing lots of in depth crits, so this time I'll only do it for those that request feedback.

Don't forget to resize for the board, and critiquing others work is encouraged.

1. https://www.mediafire.com/view/80l92dhqgosv46c/L7D_3355.dng/file
2. https://www.mediafire.com/view/5pr6hrsbir4isll/_MG_9818.CR2/file
3. https://www.mediafire.com/view/fhc6j1y5obn167f/_ELL8626.dng/file

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At one point I tried adding petals blowing across the foreground. Looked awful lol. Critiques appreciated.

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>>3454674
I didn’t read your whole comment, but regarding colours of renaissance paintings you are wrong. The colours were vivid, the reason for the cast is due to aging of the varnish. I recommend watching Baumgartner restoration on YouTube for a deeper understanding of this subject.
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>>3454770
Thanks, I will watch it. Sounds really interesting.
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>>3454674
thank you very much. very good critique. I will work on my LF textures, maybe I was too hard hand when applying the mixer brush at the freq. separation.

I applied a radial gradient layer on top of the image to create some orange-hot spots, and to get the cyans a bit too greenish also. when I first tried this I liked the result and went on with it. Glad you noted something different and reported, going to be more carefully next time I'm dealing with that gradient.

thank you very much mate, really really appreciated

about the painters, there's a few.. got my palette on Vasari, Botticelli, Ticiano.. there's a list of painters, but yet I have more to learn, even more about posing.

>>3454770
the colours were vivid indeed, but the skin tones were yellowish. I'm going to take a look at this video tho seems interesting.

I have a book from Valverde and Burckhardt about the era explaining the mix of the colours and the light they used. Its really good too
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>>3454755
The flowers look like 90s CD-ROM clipart with a drop shadow effect applied

Sorry that’s a harsh critique lol


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