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Let's get a laptop/mobile work station/desktop thread going

>What do you use
>What are you planning on getting
>How well does your machine handle heavy editing loads
>Do you nut on the screen


Rn I'm planning on getting an Asus g15 zephyrus bc it has great specs a 100% srgb rating and decent price

>Hopefully the screen is weather sealed
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>>3800692
I'm currently on an old (ca. 2015 Core i7) MacBook Air and planning to upgrade to a 16" Apple Silicon MacBook Pro as soon as such a thing actually exists for purchase.

>>3800793
>Is there some reason to edit in field?
Not necessarily in the field, per se, but like others have said, they're great for editing while chilling on the couch, or in bed, or on a road trip, or in a coffee shop.

>>3801019
>name a better alternative [to CDs for photo storage]
This is actually a really good question. CDs and even DVDs or Blu Rays suck because they're so low-capacity--max you can do with even a quad-layer Blu Ray is about 100GB per disc, so if I wanted to archive my entire photography hoard that would take... many discs. I guess that's fine if you don't shoot that much (or shoot JPEGs, since they're so much smaller). And they do have the advantage that optical discs offer more shelf-stable longevity than most options.

What would be a lot better is something like LTO tape drive, which has similar longevity and media prices to BD-R but the media itself is a lot higher capacity (on the order of terabytes, depending on what LTO generation you get). The big downside there is that the drives themselves are hellaciously expensive and compatibility between generations is iffy (usually they can read two generations behind, so an LTO7 drive can read LTO5 tapes but not LTO4).

The plan I'm currently working on since I have some serious data hoarding tendencies is to just buy about ten hard drives, roughly one per year I've been taking pictures, and then store them in a Pelican case for long term backup, with some sort of routine where I refresh each year's drive once every month or two to make sure they stay viable and the drives themselves haven't failed.
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>>3801309
>also, go ask /g/ how many ssds/hdd they've had die over time? also unpredictably
The key takeaway is that you should have more than one backup if you're serious about backups.

(I say, as someone who barely has one backup)
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>>3801019
Just print them out if they're worth looking at. Decent quality prints should last centuries.
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>>3801729
>Blu Ray
https://www.verbatim-europe.co.uk/en/prod/mdisc-lifetime-archival-bdxl-100gb--5-pack-jewel-case-43834/
While I'd imagine the costs are high per disk, 100 GB seems like a shit ton for jpeg storage, assuming an average image size of about 4 MB. I think I have mixed opinions of storing raw files.

Plus, the alternative I can think of is paying for cloud storage. That, or get your images printed onto 35mm slides, which probably have their own preservation issues, particularly since printed slides likely have a very different chemical make-up compared to colour reversal film.
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>>3800826
Idk about other software but lr has a tethered shooting mode

>>3801642
Damn both of these are making are me diamonds that lenovo price point though

>>3801729
Using Pelican case instead of a faraday cage to block out all harmful magnetic waves
>Disappointed

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Post the best picture you've ever taken. Yes, you have to pick only one! I expect to see some real magic here!
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So far, anyway.

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Bros, I desperately need advice. I'm not /p/ and I need basic advice because I'm a complete n00b.
So I borrowed my dad's camera and the lens somehow fell off while I was using it. couldnt have fallen more than 4 feet, but the drop caused the zoom to be completely stuck. I even put a lot of pressure into it and the zoom just won't budge at all.
I'm going to drive 40 minutes into LA today to see a camera repair shop and I want to make sure I dont get scammed. I already got tricked into paying $45 for the guy to "repair" the cracked filter and replace it with a shitty basic filter because I didn't realize you could just screw it off until afterwards. I would very much like to get the zoom repaired so I can return the camera with my dad being none the wiser and so I can avoid paying $500+ for a new lens.
It's the Nikon 28-70mm f/2.8.
I'm wondering if someone knows how much a repair like this would typically cost. Is it even worth getting a repair like this, or are they going to end up charging me more than it's worth? Worried I will let them overcharge me if I don't go into it knowing what price to expect. Also, would it be normal for them to charge me if they take a look at the lens but aren't able to fix it?
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>>3801008
Your father raised a fucking pussy. You broke it you fucking mong, own up and repair/replace it afterward.
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>>3801013
basado
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>>3800977
>28-70mm f/2.8.
Oh no.
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>>3801189
what's wrong with that?
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>>3800977
gr8 b8 r8 8/8

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How come they can make $200 million a year but can't hire decent photographers?

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>>3800816
>>3800817
These photos seem to have avoided the awful... I don't know what to call it, lens flare smear?, that the others had. Agree that these are good photos. Amazing that these came from the same source as
>>3792988
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>>3800816
>>3800817
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>>3800554
>le dont crop, i took the first class of photography trust me!
Nigga read a Vogue or any high end fashion magazine, cropping is fine.
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>>3801977
facts
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>>3800914
They used a either a really aggresive tiffen BM filter or tried to do it on post. More likely the second.

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i want to buy my first camera. this is a hobby which im planning to continue for a long time so i wanted something that's not complete bullshit and will offer me a painless start into a hobby at least once in my life. after researching about photography for 2 days i got my eyes on a used canon 700D with stock lens and about 20,000 shuttercounts for approximately 250eu / 300usd. my question is am i making a reasonable deal ? is it worth investing more for a newer model ?
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I'll let you in on a secret, if you can't take a good interesting photograph with a cheap PnS then you're not going to take good interesting photographs with a more expensive setup.

You need to learn the absolute basics or you'll turn into a gearfag, not a photographer.
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>>3801160

OP don't listen to >>3801162
Get a canon t7 and go out and take pictures. you'll learn along the way, that's part of the fun.
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>>3801160
>canon 700D
I personally can't stand Canon or Nikon's plasticky consumer DSLRs because of the lack of direct controls and the dark pentamirror viewfinder. I would recommend Canon's ##D series cameras instead, like the 50D, 60D or 70D, just for the fact that they have that much more direct control. Two command dials allows you to play with settings in manual mode much more quickly, which will encourage you to change them more frequently and therefore learn faster.
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>>3801162
OP don’t listen to this ho buy the nicest camera in your budget.
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>>3801160
>is it worth investing more for a newer model ?
Get whatever you want for your first camera and just plan for the inevitability of reselling it if/when you outgrow it. I got a Sony a6000 as my first camera at /p/'s recommendation and while the raws I got out of the camera looked good and I enjoyed composing photos, I eventually found that the camera's clumsiness of the controls, poorly organized menus and short battery life were just making the experience harder than it needed to be, so I sold it and bought a used 5D Mark II instead, which was just easier to learn on and use. I don't know if I'd recommend a 5DII to a complete beginner (or a 6D, which is a little newer but only marginally more expensive)--the problem is that full frame EF lenses can be expensive (but shop it, you might find something you're comfortable with). Just giving that as an example. The 700D/T5i is popular for a reason. Get it and learn on it.

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Why don't more people get into photo manipulation? Red pill me on why I'm one in a sea of so few.

Post your manipulations if you do them too, I wana check em out! (Pic is one of my many)

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Because that takes more than setting your body to A and pushing the button.
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>>3801958
I was thinking earlier today about trying to recreate a double exposure digitally.
Is that a thing you do?
GIMP pill me on double exposure effects.
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>>3801958
Why not, I do a fair amount, but it gets sometime in your way when you take photos, you start to think "I could change that in post". I've separated my Instagram accounts in two, one where I post photomanipulation and one where I post strictly photography with non to minimal retouching.
Pic related is the stuff I do ( @yvonmind )
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>>3801990
I wasn't gonna say it but...

>>3801996
Yeah, I have done them, they are kind of like the glass sphere of manipulations, easy to do and so many people do them they eventually just get annoying unless you do something truly unique or of immense detail.

>>3802136
I noticed this at first but eventually settled into focusing on the shoot and seeing if any photos in post have manipulation potential (Pic Related)

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>>3801958
graphic design has its own board

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this picture feel like what someone would take when their first macro lens comes in the mail. the first one is nice, though.
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Under exposed and muddy, I remember doing exactly this style when I got my macro and flash.
Its still lots of fun though
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>>3801565
>>3801577
i have neither of these things lol was just walking around looking for lit leaves in overcast weather. thanks for the feedback
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>>3801600
I think your photos are good. A bit too contrasted, but that is a personal choice.
Composition is ok, some are better, the fern one has a nice minimalist vibe.
Overall very decent photos, not sure what could be done more with the subject, maybe find more interesting plants ?

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Portrait mode looks like fucking dog shit. Why the fuck does anyone use stupid-ass garbage-ass fucking-ass feature?
Let's take your perfectly acceptable picture and arbitrarily blur certain portions beyond recognition! What a brilliant fucking idea!
The blur effect doesn't even look like real bokeh, rather like a water based print that got left in the rain.
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>>3801889
you can extrapolate that to a lot of technical things
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>>3801864
That's a bad image because photog decided to put overly bright and distracting highlight spots directly above the face of the model. Eyes go to the brightest spot of the image. It has nothing to do with equipment he used.
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>>3801292
>Portrait mode looks like fucking dog shit
So does landscape mode

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>>3801901
kek
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God I wanna drink that fucking coke... that's the sexiest damn coke I've ever seen in portrait mode.

>>3801901
>sideways

Hnnngh...

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>3 Dimensional Printing 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
istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography
digitaltruth.com/devchart.php
industrieplus.net/dxdatabase

Have you made a DIY camera? How do you feel about new 3D printed ones as an alternative to older bodies?

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>>3802435
Yeah, sounds about right for a fully working one. Lens-wise, vf/rf-wise and feature-wise it's one of the best classic folders you can get.
Also check the back for the existence of a small red window. Iskras didn't have that window from factory, they have an automatic advance mechanism (it stops automatically on the next frame, that is). Any such red windows are aftermarket modifications. Either because the mechanism was broken (can happen if forced), or because people found the manual method more reliable, or some could have been modified to shoot 645 portraits.
In any case if you see such a window, somebody has been tampering with the camera, and you should be careful making sure everything works as it should.
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>>3802459
I noticed the presence of the window in one of the pictures after I bought it (€140 shipped), I hope everything else is working properly.
Thank you for the advice.
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>at work
>boss going through old boxes
>knows I like ‘camera stuff’
>hands me these

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>>3802740
lucky bastard
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>>3802740
>>3803283
220 colour negative expired twenty years ago is hardly the boon you'd like it to be. IIUC 220 has a partial backing paper, so it's useless in cameras with red windows or a loading method that has a way to look at the backing paper (as on Kiev 80/88 manually-loaded backs). Not to mention the 2 extra stops of light it's gonna require, and the gnarly colour shifts (or pre-fading) that expired film is prone to.

I don't suppose it was stored in a freezer, either?

Still, ebay that shit, lomofags gonna eat it all up.

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About to pull the plug on 16-80mm, what can I expect?

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>>3801421
>sharpness tests for XF lenses
only the macro lenses are designed for sharpness. fuji has explicitly stated they chase qualities besides sharpness in their lenses.
if you pray at the altar of mtf charts, you'll be dissapointed with fuji. sony ---> that way.
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>>3801439
>fuji has explicitly stated they chase qualities besides sharpness in their lenses.
A lens's primary job is to focus light, so this is pretty worrisome.
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>>3801440
they obviously focus fine. they have a different philosophy than just photos of brick walls. if you agree with it (i do), it's a pro. if you don't (spec sheet sniffers), it's a massive con. ymmv.
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>>3801443
>they obviously focus fine.
Except they can't focus light into a sharp image. :-/
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>>3801454
Except they do, and they do it perfectly fine.

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Photos you took


Fuck the categories.

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>>3793252
Subtle. Nice eye.
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One of my favorite shots from a trip to bangkok.

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>>3800699
lol
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Turn it

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Bop it
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Twist it
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Bump it
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Pull it
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Crop it

What does /pee/ think about the Kolari Pocket?

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>>3800274
Looks interesting, do you have one?
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>>3800274
I didn't know that was a thing.
Are there some example images taken with one?
I'm not sure I even know what a photo looks like out of something like that.
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>>3800899
Nope, I own a full spectrum canon dslr though.
>>3801003
It can shoot raw if you hack it. It's about as noisy as you'd expect from such a small sensor.
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>>3801193
>full spectrum canon dslr though
Got some pictures to share or are you going to keep teasing us?
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>>3800602
>Real infrared cameras I have at work are far more interesting...but they cost like $50K a piece for VGA resolution.
FLIR scopes arent anywhere near that expensive, and there is chinkshit for even less.

https://www.amazon.com/FLIR-Systems-III-320-Thermal-Detector/dp/B01BE2JZ9O/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=flir+scope&qid=1611160115&sr=8-4

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>>3801105
Olympus won’t be bankrupt precisely because they got rid of the camera business. I don’t like it, but it was the right thing to do. Every other part of the company is turning a profit.
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>>3801429
Get the more premium xh1 then
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>>3801105
Do you Fuji shills ever sleep?
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>>3800683
Unironically 150mm and snipe while people think it's a short lens lol
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>>3801510
Olympus still make microscopes and laparoscopes and endoscopes.
Oddly enough, Olympus has entered into a joint venture with Sony for medical imaging, as Olympus has huge amounts of market share in medical imaging, which Sony concluded that if you can't beat them, join them.
Now, if you want to buy an endoscopy trolley, one option is a trolley with Olympus endoscopic equipment, with a Sony medical grade Blu Ray recorder and a Sony medical grade printer.

If you want an Olympus microscope, then that's an alternative to Zeiss.
>>3801105
>L-Mount
S cameras are selling less than optimally and the L-Mount is a depressing landscape of Sigma E-Mount lenses that have been remounted to L.
Then there's Leica, who are happy enough to sell a handful of cameras a month - their only customers are rich collectors.
It's a real shame, because I actually rather like the S5. I'd consider it if I had to make a jump over to FF.
Right now, I'd rather stick with Olympus, or OM-DIGITAL.

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If Saul Leiter posted today on /p/,
/p/ would trash his work as snapshits.

I'll post some of his photos now.
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>>3801509
>you will be astonished at how he recoils
>how injured he is
>how he suddenly shrinks back
>I've been found out.
You're not doing this for free? Are you?
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>>3801561
based
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>>3800836
See when something has been done to death, isn't it very important that a jew in New York did it for the first time?
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>>3801001
>isolate single photos to be judged on their own
But that's exactly what OP did.
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>>3801933
>that's what op did
No
>cherry picked a handful of photos and announced who they were by
>implying they are supposed to be good because of who took them




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