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Spend some quality time with my boi Biff in Lissabon and Madaira last Fall. Finally got around to edit the pics.

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well done OP for posting Non Normei US of A shit photos! however idk what you are expecting posting here, these look like made for instagram photos from a phone camera, as others have said OOF and bad settings do not make you creative - just shit. if you are being creative, then maybe post the technically correct photos first, then your creative interpretation second?
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>>3601779
You really need to learn how to articulate your thoughts. Not trying to offend here.
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Yuropoor guy is like a better version of this. OP your photos are pretty but that's the extent of it.
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>>3601817
>what do you see
>the white wizard approaches
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>has great gear
>shoots like a fucking blind man
>"you wouldn't get it, i'm breaking the norm"

kek

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How do you guys go about street/people photography? I only take pictures of my friends since I'm worried about photographing strangers.

Photo of my friend in Rome

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>>3602847
why are all the scottish posters fragile little faggots?
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>>3602848
>People didn't invent shitty pancakes because their work was just too good and so they wanted more challenging glass to work with.
And I'm sure they didn't invent them so insecure faggots could mince from doorway to doorway trying to pretend they are not taking pictures of the people they are taking pictures of either.
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>>3602859
I think the point of a modern day Tessar knock-off is to avoid having to "mince". Although I'm not sure what the horrors of UK cuisine have to do with candid photography.
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>>3602862

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The trick is to not care about what strangers think

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Why does it look so good?
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They used a Bolex H16 btw
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>>3603529
film has soul , digital color correction doesn't
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>>3603545
every time you make this argument someone leaves this board from just how fucking stupid it is
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Kino as fuck. Thanks for sharing.

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Let's give this a try.
"Education"-challenge running at the moment: >>3600575

It would be hugely appreciated if someone could suggest a better poll-platform than the ones we were using before.


The theme for the next two weeks is:
>hideout/safe-space/comfy-zone

Go to the place that makes you feel cozy inside, protected or that's just your number one spot to relax and feel at ease. Bonus points for writing a little bit about why that place is something special to (you)! Just in case "desk" is your answer - pictures that emit comfy vibes are also allowed. So, get comfy!

Rules:
• Submit an image in this thread that you've taken that adheres to the theme
• Multiple images allowed, please limit it to 2 or less.
• Please don't post specifically asking for critique, post that in the Recent Photo Thread /rpt/

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Design your perfect camera pt 2. HARD EDITION: No naming of specs
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What I'd like to see:
-A rotating sensor to switch between landscape and portrait mode.
-Integrated photo editor.
-Eye controlled af points like the EOS 3.
-An internal battery to keep the camera powered during a battery swap.
.
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If /p/ designed the perfect camera it would be a pentax wrapped in gaffer tape
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>>3603416
>articulated screen
How about a wireless removable screen with tripod mount holes on it? Or even pairing the output to your smartphone via Bluetooth?
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>>3603431
I would lose the screen in a month. Imagine losing your rear screen.

Pairing the output with a bluetooth can be useful with the wifi
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>>3601162
Take Sigma FP
add ff or APS-H foveon sensor
add shutter
add mirror and 0.8x + viewfinder prism (like classic film cameras)
add small grip (equivalent depth to lens mount + body cap)
make flange distance smallest possible
open source lens codec
perhaps even first party adaptor rings
that's it really. Total size roughly equivalent to a small-mid size 80's SLR.
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>>3601162
-Nikon SP body with a softer command dial that doesn’t tear the skin of your thumb but with all the guts from the Z6/Z7
-dials and knobs of the DF but no locks for the exposure comp or shutter speed dials
-leave it F mount
-mechanical shutter and that can be recocked by advancing the lever
-steal the ovf/evf design as well as a tiltable lcd screen
-give it a nice external and optional grip

I would drop dumb money on something like this. But Nikon doesn’t know how to make cool or fun cameras anymore. They could actually do something like this as the SP was sold and manufactured not too long ago desu. They’ll never do it though and it makes me big sad.

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>>3603463
>add mirror
>make flange distance smallest possible
I wonder how thin a "Linear Fresnel Mirror" could be made. Then instead of flipping up like a normal mirror in a normal D/SLR, it slides sideways out of the way; thereby reducing the flange distance.

Also, with mirrorless there doesn't even need to be a flange distance. The sensor can actually stick outside the camera if you'd like. Meaning, all you'd need is the proper adapter and you can adapt all lens mounts in existence (occlusion would occur on the tiny image circle ones.)

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Last thread of the decade 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/ryMSvthn
>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 >>3573363
So, did you achieve literally anything this decade? Nevermind this year...

Quick FAQS

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>>3603511
>>3603509
>>3603472
>>3603468
>>3603459
>>3603430
you guys should to take it to /gear/ or make a tech thread, how many threads have been filled with this argument now? it's like you think there isn't an archive.
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>>3603538
>>3603538
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>>3603526
My bad. I didn't know this was a reoccurring problem.
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>>3603542
>Two autists stretching out non-arguments over hundreds of back and forth posts
No this is a first on /p/
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https://youtu.be/GHZBNluUA94

The real reason why the impeachment trial is happening and what we can do about it...

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I think my sensor is going out, should I buy another one or upgrade to something else? I'm more than happy with the photos I was getting out of this and have quite a few APS-C lenses.

It looks like the newer Sony crop frame cameras are a lot more expensive and geared more toward bloggers. I have 0 interest in video.
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>>3603062

he can sell them u moron
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>>3603066
Why should he? Your argument is that no new lenses will be developed, therefore the camera is shit. But it doesn't affect you if you already have the lenses you need.
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>>3602872
Well, there aren't really many features that could be added for stills, but they FINALLY support 1:1 and 4:3 aspect ratios and they seriously improved AF.
If you really want to upgrade the beaten path is to get full frame.
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>>3603054
maybe the inside just needs drying time, happened to my A6K when sea water spashed on the hot shoe mount causing a notification error. or check the sensor visually if there is dust or sand inside. or get it checked first before you buy another gear.
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>>3603082
>Your argument is that no new lenses will be developed, therefore the camera is shit.
Not my argument, but if you modify it a little it is correct.

>No new lenses will be developed, therefore the system is dead.

He’s a cutie
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>>3593040
It took so fucking long to get her to be still with the hat long enough to get a proper pic.

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>>3602296
friend of mine had a blind cat identical to that one
she was a sweety

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>>3593178
Love the colors. What race is this?

What Camera would be capable of taking a photo like this. I feel like Cameras now adays are far too digital. I want this and then to crop it to a 1:1 format.
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>>3603465
Any camera. If you don't like the "digital look", it's easy enough to fix in Photoshop.

POST CROWS
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>>3603446
I just really like crows, they're one of my favorite animals :(
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>>3603447
I think you're just ambush trying to distract everyone from picking on you
Poor baby :(
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>>3603449
no I'm a non-tripfag bird enthusiast
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>>3603447
i saw a big ol mama in a field this morning
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>>3603456
I hope she's doing okay

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Any anons using this to scan 35mm? Tried 3 different apps and all sorts of settings, but cant seem to get a sharp image. I know it´s a fairly common flatbed scanner and most people seem to get good results from it. Am i retarded?
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>>3595947
I had this for about a week then returned it and bought a plustek 8100. Did side by side comparisons-- MUCH sharper scans. Only downside is no 120mm scanning anymore.
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>>3602482
it will absolutely be better for your 35mm shots.

from what i remember the actual effective resolution of the v600 is only like 1200dpi or something, but a Nikon scanner will be much closer to the number they advertise, whatever that is for the Coolscan IV.

i bought a Coolscan V a little while ago and it's night and day compared to a flatbed for 35mm.

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>>3602482
im this guy >>3602496
Our school library had a COOLSCAN V. Which made some really great scans. Expensive but worth it if youre doing it for a job or have a ton of film to scan.
The V600 is honestly a purely budget choice and like others have sad, will be silghty out of focus at close zoom no matter what.
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>>3601381
I got a Plustek 7500i for 80€ + 20€ shipping a month ago. Really glad I did it then and not later
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>>3602505
this shot is gorgeous

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So I got my new camera, a Sony A7 with the 28-70mm kit and a 9usd Zomei CPL.
Anyway i came to visit family for new year and will post some of the test pics i took out of boredom
They're all vertical and 16:9 for stories, sorry about that

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>>3597701
Spot on, anon
Thanks (◠)
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>>3597471
I remember this from a RPT thread
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An actual photo thread is about to 404... got any more, OP?
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>>3603164
Not from there, but can bump with maybe some other snapshits lmao
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>>3603164
>stop picking on me
>oh look a photo thread!
>stop making fun of me let's talk about photos!
t. fat

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Searching an activator or serials for NPL found here someone who has it. Links to download it don´t work, can you share them again? Thanks!!!

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Buy it you cheapskate

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hello all, figured id post some recent photos in hopes of some feedback, be nice, be brutal, be honest. whatever floats your boat

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>>3602774
This is very true, crop out the bottom right hill
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>>3599253
The wall with the box on it is a leading line that draws your eye away from everything else and to the extreme edge of the frame.

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>>3591580 is nice and relaxing with multiple layers. Don't really know much aside from trying to crop differently where you could improve the composition.

>>3591581 is far less interesting and bland. You've blurred the background in >>3591583, implying the foreground is important, but the grass isn't doing much for me.

>>3591588 is the strongest of your macro shots by far, mostly because of the colors. I think your DoF is maybe too short, and tighter crop on the focused portions might improve it.

Nice light and decent subject in >>3591590. The sensor didn't have enough range, so the lights and darks are both squashed. If I had to pick here, maybe favor the shadows just to get some form back on the guy's wetsuit in places? Not much going on in that sky anyway.

>>3593089
> I wish i zoomed out a bit here
Makes two of us.

>>3593091
Is not a bad composition, but it looks out of focus. Also, I know the sky is pulling a lot of dynamic range out, but there's a lot of value range on those rocks being lost that would have been interesting. Right side of the pic is bland.


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Rate/hate

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>>3603345
Thanks

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>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yi6gK9v0UI

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>>3602719
Fuck off, olympanon.
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>>3603251
>nov 25, 2019
>may he rest in peace
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>>3603287
fuck off ambush
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>>3601495
>>3601493
>>3601497
>Anamorphic lenses are specialty tools which affect how images get projected onto the camera sensor. They were primarily created so that a wider range of aspect ratios could fit within a standard film frame, but since then, cinematographers have become accustomed to their unique look.

I think it looks like shit when your bokeh is taller than it is wide and people look skinnier.

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>>3603342
Be nice!


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