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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.

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 >>>/r/ for specific Photoshop requests.
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Post your favorite photo that you've taken

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Pretty sure the iPhone and I were on the same level here .... obliterated

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>>3572998

this would be better if you loosened the crop a bit imo

it's too close to the left one's head
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>>3573145
THAT is your favorite photo? WHY?
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>>3573168
Honestly it pertains to a memory, and at that exact moment, the way the street was captured was how I felt while in Amsterdam, when I took it .

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How can make money from photograph prostitute?
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>>3572051
Ayyyy, kek.

OP asked so I responded. There is a market out there. I'm old enough and ugly enough not to care. I earn my pocket money elsewhere. That being said it'd be nice to photograph sexy teens. I just can't be arsed.
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>>3572041
>If you do the math cam girls can make a lot of money.
Keyword is "can." A lot of people overestimate how much money camgirling and such makes and underestimate how hard it is. Too many people think girls can just take a couple feet pics one day and move into a mansion the next. Only a teeny tiny percent of them are making enough money to justify shelling out the money for a professional photographer. And if you don't have a good body of work and/or have yourself embedded in their social circles, the ones that do have the money aren't going to hire you.
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>>3572086
True.

The girls that make money have that "certain something". Ramming a dildo in your ass doesn't mean shit these days. Some of the best paid girls just sit there and say "no".
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>>3572041
>they'll probably pay you or at least give you a blowjob.
>Be professional.
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>>3571854
Sell to her as advertisement of her "services"

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Why photographers are usually so ugly or fat or bald??
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>>3573159
>has never even seen a real vagina
I'd be angry enough to make this thread too.
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>>3573160
cringe
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>>3573158
See>>3573008
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>>3573162
Not as cringe as your thread, fatty.
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>>3573167
cope

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what the fuck did he mean by this?
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>>3572653
We defined the "primary colors", there is no such thing as a true primary color. Our displays work well with RGB and our printers work well with CMYK. There is nothing special about these colors and its all based around our technology.

Secondly, we like to think of things as shades between pure colors like that of the rainbow, but in reality there is no such thing as a 'pure color' and that's another concept that we crafted in our minds. Basically, being taught the rainbow at an early age ingrained into our brains that there are these special 6-7 colors and we are taught how we can mix these colors to create every other one across the spectrum.

I'm probably not getting my point across very eloquently, but in short, no color is inherently special. We just like to try and categorize things to make it simpler for our brains to learn and comprehend. It's a statement based around our collective perceptions.
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>>3572653
>>3572732
I did some further research. He never actually said this. In this interview he said "Believe it or not, Eraserhead is my most spiritual film" the interviewer replies, "Elaborate on that." David replies "No, I won't."

In another interview, David Lynch does say, "total fucking bullshit" but in a different context. I think I just tried to extrapolate the meaning behind a meme that is actually just a fake quote.
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>>3572732
RGB wasn't chosen because it was technologically easy. It was chosen because the 3 types of cone cells in our eyes have sensitivity peaks that are red, green, and blue, respectively. CMY(K) was chosen because it's the dual of RGB and printing is subtractive.
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>>3572732
>Our displays work well with RGB and our printers work well with CMYK. There is nothing special about these colors
there is, those are primary colors but one of additive (displays/light) other is subtractive
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>>3572732
retard, they're based on the retina. Opposing colors R vs G, B vs Yellow are based on intraretinal processing.

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"The Camera Of The Future" written in 1900 looks at the next 30+ years. Some predictions include introduction of color, electricity used in cameras specifically an electric powered flash, miniaturization, ability to photograph in low-light situations along with higher dynamic range, being able to review images taken, and what the author refers to as "posey" or soul/artistry where the tools create a style based on the artist. In his time he also observes that upgrading cameras every year or two was based on fashion not on necessity.

https://archive.org/details/cameracraft3419011902phot/page/n71

Over the next 30 years color, 120 film, 35mm film, flash tubes, and wirephotos (photos scanned and sent via telegram/radio) were invented and introduced to photography.

What are your predictions for the next 30+ years or what will cameras be like in 2050 and beyond?
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>>3572238
This, the counter is that we're starting to talk antiques, some of which have electronics. I've watched folders climb in price because so few of them function even though most are shit to use and have rudimentary glass. I don't think most cameras will go cult prices, but the Nikon Fs already have and glass in general has more than doubled in price in 10 years. Medium format is probably next, the system cams followed by any decent tlr that works. 35mm will follow once desirable models start to moon. It'll be like muscle cars where now a fucking Dart is going for almost as much as a clean Chevelle.

I'd get a clean collection of interesting models now and learn basic restoration. You can't guess what is going to become valuable or when, but it's easy enough to predict that currently recommended affordable flagship cameras (say, the yashica mat 124) are going to moon, the spread on lower models is going to widen (yashica d's are going to be the new mat in price) and the price floor is going to rise (a seagull is now 200 dollars). You have to know the market and think with your dick though. Some things will never be desirable unless they become a meme.
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>>3572334
This is a very depressing outlook for the future. I hope photography can retain at least some vague semblance of integrity through all this change.
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>>3572334
>Leica will die.
>Hasselblad will die.
Rich chinks love these camera tho, these two brand will probably last.
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>>3572337
in 10 years early digital will make a resurface for a bit as "party wave" or something, mimicing the early 00's discman style will be in
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>>3572011
>use the same machines
Yes but the emulsions are completely different. I really wouldn't count on Kodak keeping a bunch of C41 films alive just because there's still a demand for their ECN2 emulsions. I don't think colour film will disappear within the next year or two, but they will definitely keep raising prices and eventually the hipster film fad will wear off and buying pressure will be reduced to near zero because no one wants to pay >$30 for a roll of portra.

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How bad of an idea is it to show up in Hong Kong and try to do the photo journalist thing?

My buddy who's a graphic designer in Tokyo just contacted me and said he wants to make a photo book about the Hong Kong protests and he asked if I was interested in going to HK for a month and taking pics and getting interviews. I'm interested because it's a cause I believe in and I've always thought conflict photography would be pretty dope and I got nothing better to do right now. But I'm also afraid I'm being naive, I have no serious pphotograohy experience, no connections in HK. I'm afraid I'm just gonna show up and be a dumbass tourist hanging out where he shouldn't be for a month. They say photojournalism is a dead profession right, like what am I going to capture that the hundreds of legit journalists and thousands of protester won't?

I'm not really worried about the money, just an interesting project and a cause I want to support.

Thoughts?
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>>3571940
Glad to be of help! Post results if possible.
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>>3572649
based
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>>3572282
Hey so I won’t go too deep but can you suggest things to keep me safe, photo wise. I can deal with gunshots and people but stripping metadata I’ve never done. Upload through vpn makes sense though.
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>>3571891
First are you a situationally aware kind of person, or one of those people who just walks around like you are at Disneyland?
If you are the second I would not think about it. I have been in war zones, not as a photog, but as a soldier, the people who are not constantly alert to where they are, end up in body bags.
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>>3572252
Rightfully so. Hes on the clock, you get the glock.

Am i a talented photographer?

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iPhone pic , but whatever...

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You know you wanted it ;)

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Uh oh....
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>>3573094
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zone_System
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Acquire

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>>3573116
never even used a changing bag I just go into a dark bathroom and spool the roll into the reel all my films have turned out fine
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>>3573112
>discontinue a popular emulsion
>sell your remaining stock at high markups as fomo kicks in
>"bring it back" later
>people are now paying upwards of $13 for rebranded ilford film
Can't blame the gook jews, they have to milk their film division before shutting it down in a couple of years.

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Wtf won't Nikon fucking forget about APSC.

Nikon Z50 is dead before release. Who would by a tiny sensor instead of a big sensor?

Just fucking release a FX mirrorless camera for $600. Remove the fucking EVF. If they fucking can release a D3400 for under $600 and it has mirrors and a ton of shit inside, they sure can release a FX mirrorless camera for $600. All it needs is to record 4k movies and a back LCD that can flip.

If they also release a F mount to Z mount adapter that can AF the D lenses and also get the aperture of AI lenses. This would kill any other mirrorless cameras.

Very cheap lenses and a very cheap FX body.
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>>3573080
Absent from your verbal diarrhoea is the lenses to accommodate full frame. They're big and heavy and fucking expensive. Leave that shit alone for the photographer cosplayers and spec-sheet masturbators.
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>>3573109
>What makes you say the RP has been rejected?
In the west the RP sells worse than Panasonic FF.

In Japan the RP is also scraping the bottom. It lacks the popularity and low pricing of the EF-M cameras. And it can't attract enthusiasts like the R can. The R is outselling the RP.
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>>3573122
>muh market!
Old numbers from before the price drop. We’ll see how it sells for Christmas at <$1k adapter included.

Not that it matters any way to someone looking for budget FF. The number of people who buy it does not alter its IQ.
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>>3573080
Are you maybe five years old? Your sentences are near incomprehensible.

In all honesty lenses are way more important than sensor size. With quality glass even m43 will be indistinguishable to full frame.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMyQNiwljJo
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>>3571022
>2012 wants their meme back.
>Dslr have zero benefits over ml for low light.
Relying on af to shoot at night. Zero skill phaggots.

Thoughts?
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>>3572702
>>3572704
I think the fact they're making a special edition named after a fashion designer tells you all you need to know about Leica.
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>>3572863
One shitty effect of China getting rich is that European companies that make high quality products pretty much invariably become fashion brands targeted at rich Asians.
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>>3572859
Look closer.
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>>3572702
So lets guess another over priced camera modle named after some arrogant pretentious celebrity like the Lenny Kravitz one, that the ads said were lovingly hand worn brassing on body, and lenses.
>Thoughts?
Stupidity.
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Peak faggotry has been achieved. Where do we go from here? AIDS awareness edition Leica?

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This is the gear thread since nobody else is making a new one.

All discussion and questions related to gear should take place in this exact thread.
Redirection and answering questions in this thread is encouraged.

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Gear question: How much does better quality offset a shorter zoom? I need a compact camera for hiking. Choices are a 15x zoom with a 1" sensor or a 30x zoom with a 1/2.3" sensor. Sometimes I take pics of birds or animals far away, so while I won't use the zoom a lot the 30x zoom would get some use.
The 1" sensor means better quality right? Which means you can digitally blow it up more than the 1/2.3" sensor? Is that enough to offset the zoom difference?
For example, if you took the same pic with each camera, both at full zoom, and then cropped the 15x to be the same size as the 30x, how much would the difference in quality be?

Alternatively, what's the difference in quality when not zoomed? If I take an unzoomed picture in a shady forest or at dusk, I assume the 1" would do better in the low light. But how much better?
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>>3569979
definitely the S1R all the way.
unless sports photos.
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Recommendations for a flash under $100? Looking for something built like a tank and I don't mind buying used. Looking at the LumoPro LP180 but not sure if there's something better and/or cheaper I should get instead.
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>>3573117
Look at the Godox flashes.

They are cheap and have HSS.
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>>3569979
AF on RP is stellar, even with retro lenses.
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>>3573124
i have a V1 and a pair of AD200 pros, can confirm Godox is nice for what it costs

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half of the frame you cant even make out
nothings in focus
cant even see what the subjects aiming at

literally wtf
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>>3572668
This. Finally, a comment from a person that's been there.
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>>3572068
It's a good photo tho?
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>>3572617
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me in rainbow six siege
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Just another day in Baltimore is what it says to me.

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modern protests are becoming literal kino.

remember may '68 in paris? that shit was hippie wack. this is actual aesthetic revolt.

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>>3572980
It's actually just Scandinavian grammar structure.
Educate yourself pleb:https://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dansk_grammatik#Hoveds%C3%A6tninger
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>>3572981
It looks more autistic than anything else desu.
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>>3572990
English is VSO, Verbum-Subject-Object. While Danish is anything you want it to be.
That's probably why you feel weirded out when scandinavians write in OVS.
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>>3572404
>0.02 USD has been deposited into your account.
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>>3572976
>Eventually even their healthcare will surpass your hospital debt traps.
It did that a long time ago

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While I was shooting this, a guy with a dog that was like 100 meters away came bitching about me taking his picture. It was pitch black. He was like 100 meters away. And still he felt the urge to come to complain. How do you handle this kinds of situations?

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>>3573107
Tell him to mind his own business and keep his dog on a leash.

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>>3573107
I usually tell them that the average person is photographed/videoed 200 times a day by random businesses. I also try to point out the nearest video camera (they're literally everywhere). I also keep a printout of laws regarding it. Sometimes I'll engage with them. Sometimes I tell them to fuck off and say i'll call the cops on them if they keep harrassing/intimidating me.
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>>3573107
what the fuck is it with people thinking photographers == terrorists in public spaces anyways?
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>>3573107
Tell them that they're a ugly narcissist, that no one wants to take their picture, and that the boardwalk is far more aesthetic then they'll ever be.


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