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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.
• Gear threads are discouraged, but identified as necessary. Many users simply hide these threads.


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Leica thread part 3, this shit's getting old edition

Just a chill thread to post photos taken with your Leica and talk about Leica gear.

> Why are you irrationally angry about someone else owning a Leica, /p/?
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>>3663410
>>3663417
Love these two.

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>>3663477
T-t-thanks, anon.

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I have a leica m2 but recently the shutter button stopped working. Now if I want to activate the shutter I have to press down on the shutter button real hard multiple times for it to click.
The self timer still activates the shutter, anyone know what the issue could be?

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>>3663855
Send it in for cla it transforms leicas

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Maybe try the US protests and riots thread again without all of the tedious racism and petty arguing? We're a photo board and let's focus on the photography aspect of here guys.

Photographing while getting tear gassed is waaaaaay harder than I thought. Super impressed with the guys who have to do this regularly.

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>>3663713
No offense, but it's only necessary to look at this photo to realize how the United States is actually a Third World country..
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>>3663845
It's for a good cause.
When USA is stable and flexing its muscles, this happens: https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/11/11/bolivian-coup-comes-less-week-after-morales-stopped-multinational-firms-lithium-deal

When USA is burning in flames, the rest of the world is is free from coups and plundering of oil and Lithium.

So yes, let this corrupt shithole burn.
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>>3663784
Thanks for the pics man, I sincerely enjoyed them. It's fascinating.
Kinda makes me wish we had riots here, looks cool to photograph.
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>>3663848
>You will immediately cease and not continue to access the site if you are under the age of 18.
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>>3663853
I am not saying riots are good, they are just a cool aesthetic to shoot pictures in. This is a photography board, not a morality or politics one.
No need to get your panties in a twist.

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Post stupid questions that need no extra thread. Use /gear/ for gear related stupid questions.

There's a 0.9% chance that your potentially stupid question was already answered in previous thread: >>3631596
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>>3663108
Not my area. Mostly this is all photoshop plus flash.
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>>3663108
Flash, Black & White conversion, a sharp lens and maxxing out the clarity slider/sharpness
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>>3663116
>>3663114
Cheers, I'll dick around a bit and see where it gets me.
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>>3662254
In theory it's equivalent. Both lenses have same absolute aperture diameter and both capture the same light.
The FF lens spreads it over a larger area due to doubled focal length so the image is dimmer and requires two stops higher ISO for the same shutter speed.
This cancels the noise advantage that the larger sensor would have if both used an f/2.8 lens.
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The IBIS in most cameras today doesn't have limits on the video recording, correct?
I'm thinking of the limits they have on electronic stabilization, reducing resolution, quality etc.

Please don't make /vid/ its own board 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 >>3650256

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

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>>3663535
Akaso 50 is cheap. Chevk to Make sure on hdmi out. Or a bunch of t3i with 18-55 kit lens. You will need magic lantern for 'clean' hdmi. Double check me to make sure. The T3i will give DOF which will make it pro looking. $100 for t3i each with lense is nice.
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I’m not a professional at all but wanted to make a few family videos. Does anyone have any recommendations for a decent portable phone gimbal? I’m cautious about buying into the DJI Osmo Mobile 3 hype and wanted something portable enough to pocket while while also having a tripod attachment and some tracking for limited movement range.

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>>3663515
so what, you're going to show the entire 10 minutes without any b-roll, cuts to interviewer, nothin at all you could do to mask changing the exposure for each shot?

sounds like you're fucked
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>>3663729
DJI Osmo Mobile 3 is pretty good.
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>>3663843
nah, there will be cuts, so I could fix it manually between shots but it would be a lot of effort

https://youtu.be/LpObRjf1QoM

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Is this a good starter camera? I was gonna buy it but then I realized /p/ is a board so I figured I'd ask first.
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>>3663359
don't bother with i models for a first camera it's extra money for a flippy screen
pay less money and get a fixed screen with a much better sensor on a t6 or t7
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Any DSLR made in the last 10 years can be a great beginner camera.
The Canon T3i / 600D has everything a beginner would need... Manual mode so they can learn how ISO, shutter speeds, aperture and so on all work and interelate with one another, built in flash and dummy-mode for quick candids, and pretty inexpensive at about $300 dollars.
Did I mention it was digital so you can fuck up all you want and it doesn't cost you anything more than time? Wish I could say that when I started out and every botched shot was a frame of film that cost me real money to screw up.
Anyhow, great time to be interested in photography!

Special mention on lenses: always invest in lenses, if your money has to go anywhere. Camera bodies come and go, but a good lens will last you decades of shooting.
I have lenses from 25 years ago that still produce outstanding images on my newest Canon and Nikon bodies.
You'll never go wrong with a quality lens. The T3i is an APS-C sized sensor camera, which offers the benefit of being able to use Canon's "designed-for APS-C" lenses (known as the EF-S line) BUT it can also use the more expensive originally designed-for Full-Frame sensor standard EF lens line.
For a beginner this means they can buy cheaper EF-S glass to start off with, then as they progress they can save up for better more expensive EF lenses.

"But Mirrorless is the future!" I hear people cry. Yeah, it is. Its also expensive. And it does nothing to make anyone a better photographer when it comes to the basics.
The best thing mirrorless is doing right now is allowing beginners to buy discounted DSLR cameras and loads of used lenses as other photographers dump their gear for shiny new stuff.
Fucking-A it's a great time to get into digital photography right now!

Look at your budget OP, I am just wondering if you might be better served with a not much more expensive model like the 70D which offers much better specs? Wishing you luck and success!
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>>3663263
Fuck Sony
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>>3663743
Based and redpilled
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>>3663263
Tenically wouldn't it make sense to get a apsc and then when it gets outdated the lenses would be far cheeper making the investment worth it?

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Anyone into clouds?

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>>3660589
OP here, this one is really cool. Nice shots in general in this thread.

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>>3662503
Still pretty good for a phone shot.
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>>3658593
cars n clouds

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>>3663773

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Does this count?

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Am i a talented ! photographer?

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>>3656198
I really liked all the information I could gather from this photo.
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What the fuck is this shit
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Confession thread for your darkest most embarrassing photography secret. No judgements just lols. I will go first.
>I only shoot film for my personal work to feel more legitimate as a photographer.
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>>3661567
Get a cheap meike or yuongnuo or neewer on amazon and shoot shit. Be there in 3 days. Do it. It's like 50 to 80 bucks.

>>3661580
How do you get your photos out there?
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>>3662393
Z50 doesn't have IBIS. Ibis is only for "big boy" cameras: Z6 and Z7. It only uses OIS(lens VR).
While there are no physical switches on the body of the lens, you can turn it off in the settings. IBIS is also switchable on FF.
It's actually quite good and useful when you shot hendheld in so-so light.
On top of that you can always put something that don't have VR on it.
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I use scene modes because they work really well
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I've still got thousands of photos to sort through that are nearly a year old. If you thought I'm in this game for the clicky shutter sound and less the pictures, you'd be absolutely right.

Also, humans look fucking ugly with the blue surgical facemask look, detracts from every photo I take anyway like a bright red ball in a dirty russian eastern bloc.
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>>3653861
I only have a single body and handful of lenses and I actually take photos, so what I'm saying is I'm not sure I'm actually allowed to post here.

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What camera does he use, /p/?
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General Electric X5

With cameras such as the GFX 50R bringing medium format within the price point of full frame, why do people who consider themselves serious photographers still use the latter? So they can take better holiday snapshots? They are aware APS-C is better for that, right?

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>>3663579
I didn't say the 50r's image quality wasn't superior. My point was simply that it wasn't *so* much superior as to justify the downsides like expensive-ass lenses, worse low-light performance because the expensive-ass lenses are also slow, shitty autofocus, 3fps shooting speed, etc.

Like, yeah, you can see the extremely subtle pattern on the jack a little better with the Fuji when you're looking at them side by side at 100%. If you made 16x20s from both and looked at them side by side, you wouldn't be able to see a difference. Maaaaybe if you pulled out a loupe, but certainly not at normal viewing distance.

And, of course, 99% of photos nowadays are never viewed outside of a less-than-screen-resolution version that's been Facebook-compressed, so no one's really going to notice the difference between a GFX and something like an old 12MP D700, much less a modern high-end full frame.

Like, pic related is the GFX vs the full frame camera I personally actually use. Clearly the Fuji trounces it in image quality. Would I trade my 5D3 for a GFX50?

... yes, of course I would, my dick gets real hard for medium format, but I'd immediately buy myself another used 5D3 to continue using as my main camera because it just works much, much better for the things I shoot.
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>>3663437
Whatever go make your instagram shots sonyboy
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>>3663818
Are you okay Anon?

It must be hard to have your boyipussy wrecked that badly and waking up to a new reality where your shity slow APS-C lenses are larger and more expensive than Full Frame lenses.
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>>3663830
No amount of garbage you type makes up for your subpar dynamic range and shitty noisy pictures.
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>>3663836
>dynamic range and shitty noisy
Said the meek specsheet warriror timidly as he ignores the fact that his MF lens selection is an expensive turd, and none of his oversized/overpriced APS-C lenses have fast Af motor.

You tight little boipussy keeps contracting every time I cum inside it.

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The old thread for the challenge sadly 404ed, so I'll repost the challenge again, for the sake of everyone who posted in the original thread. Of course you can still contribute atm.

>https://archive.nyafuu.org/p/thread/3650299/

"Yeah that's right - we're still inside"- Edition

We'll have 3 themes that you can chose from.

• Theme No. 1:
>Ew... That thing?: Get your shittiest lens and take it for a spin. You got a shitty manual zoom lens laying around? Here we go! You got a cheap Chinese CCTV lens? Heck yee, buddy! The more obscure the better. Bonus points for aperture wide open.

• Theme No. 2:
>Get out of my room, I'm looking at music: Take a picture related to a song you like. Try to capture the theme and mood of the song. Don't forget to link the song alongside with your picture.
[Picture related is meant to be an example. A song I find fitting to it would be "The Far End Of The Bridge - Songs: Ohia]


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>>3662636

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We're approaching the last day of the challenge. If you want to contribute - now's your chance.
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>>3663377
What are we gonna do for June?
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>>3658152

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRox_cBwmh4

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>>3663637
I'll still have to think of that. We'll probably return to some outside-themes again. If you have a proposition, just shoot.

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point and shoot edition

Old thread: >>3658573
All analog/film photography related questions and general discussion is to take place in this thread.
35mm, 120, medium format, large format, instant, polaroid, instax, C41, E6, B&W, developing, scanning, labs, darkroom etc.
Post photos as often as possible, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!

useful links:
http://istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography
https://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart.php
http://industrieplus.net/dxdatabase

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, but sucking dick to pay for a yashica probably does
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>>3663696
>>3663703
Fucking aye I leave for 2 months and THIS is what you guys do to /fgt/???
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>>3663699
>>3663714
the vintage cameras and catgirls make it extra sophisticated
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>>3663700
Thank you for your sacrifice
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>>3663717
I mean I do like shooting film and I do like girls who wear tailplugs
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>>3663699
This *is* a japanese basket weaving forum after all, what else were you expecting?

What's better for cleaning your lenses, microfiber cloth and fluid or pre-soaked wet wipes?

I've been using microfiber cloth up until now but I'm going to pick up a bunch of the Zeiss lens wipes because it's easier to clean and easier to bring with you, but are the actual cleaning capabilities better or worse than using a microfiber cloth?

I've read wet wipes are better because they're gentler on the lens and are one time use only so they won't be dirty like the microfiber cloths that are reusable, but am I talking out of my ass?
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>>3663759
ALWAYS BLOW AND BRUSH BEFORE USING CLOTH GOOD LORD
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>>3663761
it's that ken wheeler dude that did the video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_93oy4LC2zo
Literal autism
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>>3663763
He's right though
froknows is a fucking retard
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>>3663763
>>3663768
I'm pretty sure this method appeals to autists.
The minimal acidity of saliva is a problem, but the solvent effect of alcohol is not?? If I had to guess, I'd say fuck it and not care about either.
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My own humid, clammy breath and the least greasy part of my sweat stained shirt.


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