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What's up /p/iggers

I've been doing photography for many years now, fully self-taught, very confident in my vision and identity as an artist, but I want to elevate my photography from an artistic perspective in the real world. Things like sequencing, galleries/exhibitions, physical projects, printing, face-to-face discussions, etc. Not to become famous, just to express myself, build links in my community, and just make good art.

Do you guys have any advice? I've been doing this mostly solo forever, so I don't really have an "in" one may have from old art school connections. If this was the old days, I'd walk into some old dude's studio and ask for a mentorship, but I worry those days may be long dead.

A ton of online resources are absolute garbage aimed at Instagram/Youtube fame, and that's not the direction I want to go.
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>>3861431
Go do a MFA from a renowned institute that will leave you in debt unless your a richfag or suck the balls of a photographer in your niche for few years.
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>>3861431
>/p/iggers
Anon say this in an art community and you'll be kicked out for racism/transphobia/homophobia

Almost all the artists I've met was hardcore sjws that got success mainly because of their political opinions. I don't think it's worth your time, unless you know elite people.
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>>3861431
Just start hustling! Your local council/government and art museums will often run competitions, your local cities will do pop up art installations to appear cultured, scrounge (probably online) all mentions of events and small and large and apply, apply, apply. I've been to enough to know the smaller ones aren't your typical elite connected artist crowd, so a good way to get experience presenting and who knows might make some connections on the way

Also, don't drop your political identity as >>3861626 suggets, art is meant to be confronting, it will work in your favor
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>>3861431
>I'd walk into some old dude's studio and ask for a mentorship, but I worry those days may be long dead.

Ask. I just started making marketing videos, and I never would've gotten anywhere if I didnt ask and offer free shit. Not saying I'm really anywhere right now. But its moving.
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>>3861626
>>3861652
I haven't been on 4chan in a while so I was defaulting

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>not my problem
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>Not reclaiming the silver and selling it
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>>3860757
You should drink it.
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>>3860757
How do I do this in a way that doesn't kill me like I'm making crystals off of /b/?
I'm not too keen on dealing with halides, as they can be fairly nasty at times.
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>>3860667
This lol people think that when you see something go down a drain it just instantly goes into the ocean.
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>>3860757
not colloidal so you can't use it for teeth whitening

I have to do senior pictures for a client with a canon rebel t6 with its 18-55 mm 3.5-5.6 lens. I planned on using a 50mm 1.8 that I had ordered a week ago but now that order is delayed for who knows how long. I'm a little nervous that I'm not gonna get quality portraits for her due to the closed aperture on the kit lens. What can I do to circumvent this? How can I get the bokeh you see on so many commercial portrait shots? Should I even bother and just delay the shoot until I get the new lens?

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>>3859752
>>3859763
I've done excellent portraits with an f/4 lens.
Extreme wide aperture is just a crutch for talentless hacks
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>>3859752
Should have gotten a longer focal length
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>>3859631
55mm is a fine length for portraits, as long as you have enough light to keep the ISO down and you don't have Parkinson's and can hand hold your camera at a reasonable shutter speed you'll be fine. Remember, a DSLR plus kit lense will be vastly superior to any phone camera.

Also, if you pick a neutral / non distracting background then you won't have to worry about 'bokeh'. Just worry about finding / making good light and you'll be ok.
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>>3860995
Show them

What's that?

You can't?
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>>3861731
I'm not the guy you're responding to, and I entirely disagree that "extreme wide aperture is just a crutch for talentless hacks", but I do agree that f/4 is totally acceptable for portraits.

Granted, I'm shooting full frame, and f/4 is a stop wider than f/5.6, so f/5.6 DoF on his Rebel would be closer to f/8 on my camera. But still, f/4 isn't bad.

(I also wouldn't describe my f/4 portraits as "excellent" because this is 4chan and that's just asking for trouble)

>>3859631
>I'm a little nervous that I'm not gonna get quality portraits for her due to the closed aperture on the kit lens. What can I do to circumvent this?
Get close. The closer you are to minimum focus distance, the shallower your depth of field.

Keep the lens at about 35mm so you don't have to use the lens' smallest max aperture.

Alternately, see if you can cancel your 50/1.8 order and get one locally instead. They carry them at most big box electronic retailers like Best Buy.


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Hey y'all,

I went out for a couple trips to take some photos of outdoor wildlife. This is really my first attempt at photography in general, so I'm a complete beginner. I took pics of birds, turtles, squirrels, etc. Anything I found that looked interesting really. These pictures are all raw, and so any advice on how I could've done better (or any postprocessing recommendations) would be highly appreciated, no matter how scathing.
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>>3859120
>sneks dindu nuffin
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What do you guys think of this pretty saltmarsh snake I found today?

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>>3861316
Also, most are self protective and run vs attack. Except copperheads, they are dumbasses that are very aggressive and will bite over run any day. I got bit by one.
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>>3861702
Copperheads, along with most other vipers, are more aggressive, but honestly, in my experience Cottonmouths are the most likely to stand their ground. Most copperheads that I've met have run off if I got too close, and none ever actually struck in my direction. Cottonmouths have gone into strike position around me many times though.

Also, I've never actually been bitten by a venomous snake (I've been tagged by plenty non venomous ones though). What was it like getting bit? Did you suffer any severe tissue damage afterward?
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Cute lil Widgeon

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Currently I research a software, like gigapixel AI, to can upscale my pictures, and I would like to know if you have any suggestions!

Thanks for your time,

Sincerely.
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Adobe high resolution tool on photoshop does a better job than Gigapixel in my experience.
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>>3861268
Thank you so much. I go to find information about this issue!
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>>3861268
No it doesnt. Its a piece of shit. It was tested a trillion times by different youtubers.
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>>3861767
Hey man just speaking from personal experience, i got blue and red artifacts with Gigapixel AI, there was a huge quality improvement but zooming in those were very visible, i didn't see that on Adobes tool.

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What makes his style so amazing bros? How did he get these colors? Do you like his work?
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>>3859587
>if I posted it as my own you'd tear me to shreds

100% false you just suck ass
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>>3860128
Exaggerated colours, but everything else looks normal. There's blue in the shadows of the foreground, trunk of the tree is dark. The other two have different colour scheme for the background alone.
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>>3859608
oh god i didnt know he was hot
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>>3861494
If that counts as hot I'm a greek god.
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>>3860125
very interesting

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How's this for a cheap and cheerful point and click pocket 20mp camera?
Need something compact, light and fairly durable to take out on mountain biking trips, something that will handle knocks and that is cheap enough not to sting too much should it get broken.

Would love to hear any suggestions for similar or better bang for buck options, must be cheaper than $120.
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>>3859291
It appears to be just 1 dng file but I don't know for sure
I never used this feature on my phone I have a real camera it's just piqued my interest
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>>3859291
Yes you actually get RAW DNG support on most modern phones. Full on sensor level data before demosaicing and denoising. You also get vignetting because the RAW doesn't de-vignette the photos either. It's just as raw as DSLR raws. Hot pixels and all, which you can map out in RAW editors.

All it requires on Android is Camera2API support. That's been mostly standardized now, however older phones including flagships (Like, a Galaxy S5 for example) cannot ever shoot RAW.

Even some burner tier phones (Sub $80) offer RAW support, if not in the main pre-installed camera app then it's often still accessible through something like OpenCamera or Lightroom or any other decent camera app.

Smartphones don't have great sensors but they do typically have very wide relative apertures so they let a lot of light in. Moto G Power is f/1.8 I think. To get an equivalent of that in a DSLR you're looking at some fancy glass and due to the objective size of the elements and sensor you get a lot of bokeh on a DSLR but f/1.8 on a minuscule sensor actually has a surprisingly wide depth of field. Pinhole camera physics and all that are the reason. The widest the IXUS 185 goes is f/3.2 but if you zoom in it closes up to f/6.9 which is rather dark.

A typical smartphone at 100 ISO is kinda like a P&S at 400 ISO in terms of sensitivity, that's why they're so good in low light.

If some manufacturer would release a fixed zoom point and shoot with a wide aperture and RAW support with a little CCD sensor it would fucking BTFO all smartphones but sadly they all stick with meme zooms with gimped apertures and none really have RAW support without them being more expensive "Pro" grade point and shoots.
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>>3859261
>these things have much larger sensors and actual lenses
no they don't, get with the times grandpa
IXUS 185: 1/2.3"
OnePlus 9 Pro: ~1/1.5"
https://www.oneplus.com/ro/9-pro/specs

smaller numbers under the fraction line mean larger numbers in case you didn't know
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>>3861588
>flagship chinese meme phone
Of course you'll find some outliers but in general a phone in the same price range as a point and shoot will have a smaller sensor.
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>>3861598
of course but who the fuck buys a 100€ phone, that's e-waste tier

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Vol. 777 - New Girl on The Block Edition

Sup /p/, long time no see. Been doing a lot of different stuff over the last 8 months, going to school, just moved into a new neighborhood. Here's a new series I'm working on. As always, feedback and critique welcome.

Hope you enjoy!
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Alright /p/, that's it for this thread. As always, I welcome critique and feedback, hope you guys enjoy.
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>>3857264
Fucking faggot
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>>3857490
>>3861502
This is why we can’t have nice photo threads
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>>3861528
This isn't a nice photo thread either way. Most of these pics are snapshit tier and it's honestly embarassing they all have this white border as if they're worth something.
Whatever the case may be being a faggot is heavily frowned upon in this website and for a good reason, pictures of a flag that represents mentally ill people deserve nothing but scorn.
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where bobs?

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Thoughts on this lens? Is it worth the $1,000? How does it compare to the Sigma 85 1.4?
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>>3860242
I thought about getting it but I bought a Canon RF f/2 85mm instead

Did I do it wrong?
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Imagine paying anything more than a couple hundred for a samyang
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>>3861287
do you like it?
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>>3860242
I got this lens last year for portraits and it does a pretty damn good job. I haven't really missed focus unless it's with a lot of crazy movement. I think it is worth it if you don't want to spend the extra cash on the sigma.
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>>3861315
I have not even really used it
I just got it because I had a gift card

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Found this in the depths of the chan and thought it would be a good idea for a thread, honoring a heavily photographed subject
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Theres actually a minor religion on Vanuatu which worships him as a sort of god. They have been waiting for his miraculous second coming ever since his last visit in 1974.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Philip_Movement

Who wants to tell them?
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>>3860174
that's cool, if I tell them, will I then become their god?
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>>3860213
You're more likely to become a delicious stew, with your balls turned into a small purse.
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Why has England been so long without a king? Shouldn't it be the law that there's a king? Maybe have a king & a queen but not force them to marry, that's the ticket.

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Hello .
Any advice on how to make money on it.
Any alternatives?
Is product photography a better idea?
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>Any advice on how to make money on it.
You don't.

>Any alternatives?
Adobe Stock, iStock, Alamy

>Is product photography a better idea?
>product photography in the 3D Modelling era
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>>3861153

>You don't.

Why not ?
I don't need a lot of money
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bump
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>>3861156
Because the market is cornered already. Stock photography is about making pictures that fit random tags before someone else does them.
See this guy:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuri_Arcurs
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>>3861156
>I don't need a lot of money
Trust me, you do. You need a lot of money to compete with this guy lol. The dude has an industrial greenhouse he uses as a daylit studio, full of props, from stoves to microscopes,. Good luck matching that.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYkNKP96b84

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Is it worth owning a telephoto zoom lens if you don't enjoy lugging it around with you? I feel tempted to sell mine in order to have a small collection of primes but I don't know if I'm falling into a meme boobytrap.
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>>3851891
>tamron 70-180

Love this lens. I was waiting for Sigma's 70-200 sony mount but it never surfaced and zince Tamron beat them to the punch I decided to go with them especially after using the 28-75. No regrets at all. I don't miss the extra 20mm to get to 200 and I can easily hit crop mode or use the 1.4x zoom feature in cam (a7m3) if I do want to get slightly closer but retain quality.
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>>3861098
Yeah I love mine after using it more these past few days. Pic related the background separation you get is so good. I'm strongly considering getting their aps-c 17-70 as well.

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>>3859435
>>Calling yourself a real photographer
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I use the same thing at beaches to get foot pics or cleavage shots if they are sitting nicely.
>Inb4 creep
Erm...it's just a hobby haha

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Hey /p/, I went to Strasbourg a week or so ago. I thought I'd share some of the pics I took and hopefully reap some constructive critism or educated opinions ^^

some notes before I start dumping :
- 8/19 is quite weak, I don't like it much, but there's something about the sheer massiveness of the building that clashes with the frailness of the glass panels. Yet the framing on this crop and on the original feels wrong.
- I know there is a lens flare on 13/19, I hate it. But I really, really like the framing, I'll hopefully go back in the future to take a better shot.
- my intention with 17/19 was to showcase the confusing perspective and how you couldn't really tell what was going on, which is why I made it black and white. But it doesn't sit right in my opinion, I'm not sure what.


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>>3861048
>Many of your photos do not stand out to me in the title Strasbourg.
that was exactly my point, people visit Strasbourg and see the exact same thing as you would if you simply google it, I think it's a shame considering you can go on the very close outskirts and find yourself in a city that's not the Strasbourg you expected. But that's just a question of taste. Either way, I'll take pics of the old city at some point, this is just a shoot between dozen others after all.

>I find it hard to see your focus or I often think the framing is contrary or unfavorable to what is shown.
I really appreciate this, do you have some kind of example ?
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>>3860119
>I honestly am quite sick of the traditional houses
The old part offers lots of opportunities and I always enjoy my stay there.

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>>3861220
aw man, that's unfair, this is one of my favourite places in the whole of Strasbourg, the little courtyard further down this path is amazing. sorry for the pic related taken with a phone, but it's really worth the sight.

don't get me wrong, I love Alsace in general, and there's nothing wrong with the traditional houses, it's just that I wanted some change
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>>3861242
I get what you by saying you wanted a change.
Don't forget all the nice bridges. We even did the boat tour once.

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>>3861411
*mean

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I've been wanting to change brand and the Pentax K-3 caught my attention

What lens would you recommend for street/buildings photography ?
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>>3860216
Nice blogpost, faggot
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>>3860245
>nice shitpost, faggot
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>>3859627
Don't forget, thanks to IS you can move the sensor for T&S effects.
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>>3860669
Not tilt, but shifting to some degree. Not much but gives you leverage to fine tune your composition
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>>3859627
>I've been wanting to change brand and the Pentax K-3 caught my attention
>What lens would you recommend for street/buildings photography ?

I have a K3. I'd say either the Zeiss Distagon 35mm f2. Or if that lens is too big for your taste, then the 43mm limited, it's just very handy.

Meanwhile at canon, pic related

How does it feel to be wrong dslretards?
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>>3861182
He said you can't name "moooooom exposure is hard please hold my hand."
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>>3861071
The body might be smaller and lighter but most mirrorless lenses are enormous beasts.
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>>3861182
I honestly don't think exposing in most situations is difficult enough to justify having to drain battery just to look through the lens, but to each their own.
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>>3861176
not in the sense of "live view camera"
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>>3859686
>How does it feel to be wrong dslretards?

>fast forward 15 years
>camera technology made giant leaps
>cameras will AI compose, shoot and edit your pics when and how their algos see it fit
>Meanwhile decades old Pentax DSLRs, still functioning bcs built like tanks, are highly prized luxury items




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