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You Are Not Welcome Here.

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>>3949622
>he took the vax
>argues his fellow americans are retarded
libtard spotted
>holy shit captcha
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>>3949622
>Biden voter
>Vaxx taker
>Primate proponent
>Anti-conspirationist
>Country hater
Just stop posting, you abominable snoyman
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>Cancer Free Edition


>Community Links:
35mmc.com
Casualphotophile.com
Emulsive.org
istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography
digitaltruth.com/devchart.php
industrieplus.net/dxdatabase

Woah fuck it's October post autumnal shit. Bonus points for edgy black and white pumpkins.

>Posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay unless you don't post photos on film.
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>>3948580

Guys, I just bought a Noblex. The big one. I know I'm a dum dum but Ive been looking for a panoramic system for years. I cropping 6x9 frames, 6x12 backs on a 4x5, but neither felt dramatic in the way swing lens cameras do. Also, the ability to shoot what is essentially large format size handheld seems neat. Not that Im gonna do it very much. And yes, I admit, I wanted a camera that makes photos look different than others. All conventional systems make photos still look the same regardless of frame size and Ive got plenty of MF systems with conventional optics already.

Anyone have any experience with a swing scan system?
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So, I have three rolls of film I would like to develop. I have never done this before.

Have people here used State Film Lab? Their digital contact sheets look good, so I think I will go with them.

Is it worthwhile to pay more for 6500×4250 resolution instead of 3000×2000?
Would it also be worthwhile to pay more for tonality corrections or is that what everyone just does in lightroom?

t. film noob, t-thanks
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>>3951790
Even if they were old they'd be shaken up once you pour them into the tank. I really can't come up with anything other than turbulence caused by the sprocket holes, but the guy said his tank has those cams that are supposed to move the reels up and down as you twist. Which should fix this problem, but who knows.

>>3951789
Well Rodinal works differently, right? I'm really curious to see how it turns out with inversions added.
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New Thread.

>>3951907
>>3951907
>>3951907
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>>3951855
Don’t pay for any lab corrections but do pay for the higher quality scans. Unless you just have like 3 point and shoot rolls of friends you just wanna put up on Instagram, then the cheaper scans are fine.

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>>3947805
That's an 8mm, not super 8, takes different film. If it runs the film it's probably working. Those cameras usually have manual exposure.
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>>3947872
Thanks for the correction I didn't know that.
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>>3947569
cope. u just suck
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>>3947425
110 is basically Micro Four Thirds in film form.
I think the closest it gets is Minox 8x11mm, but even that is bigger. 8mm is the width with sprockets and 8mm film runs vertically. Frame size is 4.5mm x 3.3mm for regular 8 and 5.79mm x 4.01mm for super8.
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I have an old film camera. But I cannot find film anywhere in my city. What do you guys suggest? It's an old Nikon, if that's any help.

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I'm trying to make my first attempt at product photography, so looking to get a tripod. Ain't looking for anything fancy, just something that does the job for the price. I've heard some mixed reviews on those. Are these any good? What tripod should I probably get instead?
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>>3951260
Design is good, as long as ball and bearing are metal...
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Tell me how are tripods supposed to be useful besides long exposures or low light (doubt anyone uses one for low light anymore though).
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>>3951269
long exposures
low light
shooting with non IS gear
shooting IS gear at slow shutter speeds because fuck iso 25600
time lapse
video
long lenses
they have many uses that being said i usually dont carry mine with me but its nice to have a decent one for when you do need it
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>>3951269
Studio work, consistent compositions, macro, low light quality still isn't all that great for most cameras and IS isn't always a magic bullet.
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>>3951130
I’ve got a few of their filters and other products.
Based on the quality of those, my next tripod will be from them.

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>>3951170
This Anon is fit and not overweight.
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>>3951002
>Wedding photography means Pro gear and that also means non-cropped gear with fast lenses, bud

Didn't know wedding photographers to be such cheapases to stoop down to using fool frame gear.
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>>3951194
dude i know people that are "professional photographers" that use like a d3300 and lr presets they bought on facebook

flyover land is a strange place

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>>3951194
fujislug cope is delicious

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>>3948946
very cool
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>>3944701
am saving this pic anon, nice job

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>Trash and Treasure
>Garage Sales
>Deceased Estates
>Auctions
>Flea Markets
>Lost and Found

Share stories about your treasures and loot you found

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>>3947930
>Nikkor 43-86mm f3.5
>for $20
You got played hard, some anon posted a thread about it a week or two ago and its optical quality deserves the infame. Then again if you know what to do you might even get away using it as an artsy lens.
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Nikon F4 with Nikkor 28 - 85mm for 180€
or the F3HP with 50mm f1,4 AI-S for 450€

i like the autowindings on my film cameras pretty much but then again the f3 is legendary...
should i cope the f4 and find a 50mm later ?
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>>3951128
No one likes the F4. It’s either F3 or F100.
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>>3951144
>No one likes the F4
Why is that ? the F100 has the similar if not the same electronic functionality as the F4 so... ??
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>>3951144
>No one likes the F4
Which is silly, as it lets you mount anything from pre-AI right up through AF-S, and without the modification and lever-fiddling of the F5/F6.

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Gay picture and gay thread.
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>>3947554
yeah

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>>3947554
I thought this was mft kek, phone cameras really are better than some dedicateds
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I have 4 cameras loaded with film and im so slow to shoot it all up because im too busy shitposting and running errands and its driving me insane. Might start developing colour tho if i can find a dirt cheap sous vide

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>>3949900
PR bullshit.

The IIIX has the same in-camera crop options as the III, but they must not have bothered checking the copy to make sure the quoted figures match the new model.
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The one you have with you.

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>>3949306
try it with your kit lens. all day just using 35 and another day of just using 50.
for me, between the 2 I'd chose 35 since its more wider and flexible in tighter areas. but if not between the 2 I'd choose 24 since it the most comfy focal length for my street snapshits.
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>>3949306
A zoom?
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40mm

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How does one describe the japanese aesthetic?
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I would say in the case of rural atmosphere it's cold temperatures, lack of visible horizon, lush vegetation, wooden structures with considerable overhangs and extended beams along with very prominent walled structures, sometimes water as an important element and changes of elevations.
In theory you could pull such photography in the nordic countries because they have similar places but i haven't seen it consistently.
But then there's the islander/okinawan aesthetic which is different.

>>3950990
It's anything but dilapidated, at least in terms of the rural kind.
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>>3950990
Translators note: wabi-sabi means dilapidated
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>>3950982
Who the fuck wants to see gravel and shitty fences? Get closer and show more of the buildings and misty trees in the background.
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>>3951118
You're right. That's a bad picture, should have shown some sky to get the scale of the place or just frame the roofs.
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Japan doesn't really have an aesthetic

hey /p/. what'd i miss?

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>>3949244
They wanted 50 Canadian dollars when I have been to actual Van Gogh exhibitions for less than that lmao.
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>>3949237

The prodigal son returns.
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>>3949239
>>3949241
I don't know how you could fuck up these iconic scenes so badly, it's like going to yosemite tunnel view and somehow managing to take a pic that looks like shit. I didn't think it was possible but /p/ always finds a way to prove me wrong
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>>3949244
>>3949500
Fucking same in Munich, what a ripoff
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This is what washed up looks like

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"I hope you've all gotten your 3rd booster shot" 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.

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Previous thread >>3917469

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

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>>3951003
Corman is still alive
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Why is Cimino so despised the community? Was he too smart for the regular numbbrains?
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>>3951479
He's famous only for The Deer Hunter and Heaven's Gate.
The Deer Hunter is overrated trash. I haven't seen Heaven's Gate but I hear mixed-at-best things.
I'm the only person I've ever met who's seen The Sicilian. I read the book first. He butchered it hard. So no.
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>>3951487
>>3951487
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>>3950230
Get the 25mm

Is the EOS RP a good intro to FF cameras? I don't care about video, so the widespread criticism of its video features (or rather, lack thereof) don't bother me.

I've been shooting APS-C for 7 years and want to join the FF crowd. Here's the FF lenses I have so I at least have stuff to start with:

>Tamron G2 24-70 2.8
>Tamron G2 70-200 2.8
>Sigma Art 50 1.4

All my lenses and flashes are in the Canon ecosystem so I can't really laterally move to Sony or Fuji without spending a lot on adapters.
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>>3947180
>sensorlet coping intensifies
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>>3948675
Are you an idiot? R6 has very good base ISO DR. Not quite as good as the best models (R5, 4th gen Sony A7 bodies, Nikon D850) but damn good.

I would say if you find yourself shooting the kinds of scenes where you need extended DR and you don't want to blend frames (HDR), then the RP is not the camera for you. But an R, R6, 1DX, 5D4 are absolutely fine even if they're not quite as good as a D850 on a DxO graph.
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>>3943822
I think it's alright. It got cool bells and whistles but it's not a pro camera or anything. I think for the price it's really good. The RP is my first camera and I'm enjoying it very much. Only thing is it sucks in low light.

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>>3943822
>Is the EOS RP a good intro to FF cameras?
Absolutely yes

If you try it and like it, this is a camera that will last you many years. Maybe you will outgrow it. Maybe you will stay at this level. Maybe you will try it and figure it's too much camera for you.

The EOS RF mount lens lineup is absolutely incredible.
A 35mm RF f/1.8 and an EOS RP are a fantastic combination.
There are plenty of other great lenses, and you can just as well put your old EF lenses on this and take many great photos. Most Canon shooters will already have at least something like a 50mm f/1.8

Disclaimer: I have been using an EOS RP for two years
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>>3950821
It's great in low light actually. If you think this is bad in low light then you really don't know how good you have it. Try any MFT or APSC camera.

DAm I a talented photographer?

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>>3934712
Enter plz our friend: >>3939776
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>>3934712

This has GOT to be a troll thread
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My gfs sister paid $500 for 45 minutes with a photographer. He was terrible and took extremely basic shots with horrible plugin filter editing. This is a legit side job. I am now going to become a photographer.
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>>3947802
What's wrong with it?
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real question, what is a good breakdown of rates? do you charge per shoot + post or just one sum?
i only photograph my own stuff but today was literally my first day of trying to reach out to small businesses near me for work. (normies in OP post seem ideal tho, how to find them?)
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>>3950895
It used to be X number of prints, inclusive. Now I guess it would be for the size and scope of the photoset. Commercial rates depend heavily on what exactly you're shooting but you can find some basic ones on most websites.
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>>3950897
how has this changed to incorporate more social media work? i imagine more companies are requesting video for reels and things like that now
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>>3950905
No idea, all my profit was in framed prints so I got out years ago and come to shitpost occasionally and see if there are any new bodies.




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