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Prices are getting closer together. You deal with scummy resellers, and adaptor problems with first, and you play build lottery with the later.

Which one to pick?
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>>3768915
>Modern sensors have a pixel density that requires a lens with the resolving power to match it.
I didn't mean to dispute that. Rather the claim that high-element count, high-resolution lenses lose this “more complete tonal gradient”.
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Anyone with experience with this company? Korean.
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>>3769005
https://www.kenrockwell.com/tech/irix/15mm.htm
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>>3769007
> See the diagonal stripes in the camera-original © file? Those are aliases excited by the fabric and extreme sharpness of this lens
And greatly exacerbated by Rockwell's bizzare obsession with turning sharpening up to +100. That photo is soft as hell but I can't tell if it's because the lens is soft, or because subtle fine detail has been blasted away by his ignorant and ham-fisted editing.

Goddamn does he rustle my jimmies.
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>>3769012
May be right. Different Irix lens, similar results.

General threads are best.

Discus: pentax bodies, lenses, and sweet v i n t a g e glass.

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Let's cut the crap, the K1 II is an excellent camera but what's the GOOD lineup of native and third party lenses for it?
AF glass, no manual vintage shit because that ends up being as expensive as the real deal sometimes.

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>>3769061
>Listed all my Pentax gear on multiple sites
>He thinks he can just leave the family
This ain't Canon, son. We do things a little differently around here.
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>>3769087
I have the dfa 15-30, dfa 24-70, sigma 35 Art. dfa 50, Sigma 85, tamron 70-200
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>>3768907
he was being sarcastic
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Is the Fuji XF10 a good starter camera for street photography ?
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>>3768756
28mm is so easy to learn. Just get close, point the camera, and click.
Everything is in focus. Everything is in frame. 28mm is very natural to learn to hip-shot. Anything wider or narrower you have to sit and compose. 28mm is literally snapshot focal length.

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>>3768756
Know anything about the x70? that's another one that has my attention
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>>3768787
Yeah 28mm’s great. 35mm seems to be the closest to how I mentally see the world so I hip shoot with it without any problems. Nice part about shooting a crop sensor is you get an even bigger dof with these lenses, zone focusing is great.
>>3768790
Very similar but has a slightly smaller image size. I’d go for the XF10 but they’re both really nice cameras. The extra resolution might not be worth the $$$ for you.
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>>3768790
Anon, look into the cameras in >>3768753, all great options that don't sacrifice portability and gain versatility.
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>>3768831
>>3768837
Thanks a ton anons I'll make sure to look at all of them so i can make the right choice

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last one is at the limit so time for number 4 (?) you already know the drill senpai:

>PRICE FOR ENTRY IS A PORTRAIT THAT YOU YOURSELF SHOT. anyone else will be treated as a bitter, nophoto, nocamera, larper.

Hope you guys got a lot of shoots in before they shut everything down again kek.
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Anyone shoot with a Fujifilm X-T2/3/4 and have some portrait shots with EXIF data to upload?

Flirting with the idea of jumping to Fuji.
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>>3768243
>3761719
I had a lighting kit in there. We just shot this with black food dye and a $2 red sheer curtain from Walmart in my bathroom. We didn't want to use the warm bathroom lighting but I definitely had my light kit too close to her face for a lot of these. I'd personally like to get a new lighting kit I can fine tune a little more.

Our house literally burned down last month and we lost nearly everything. Now's as good a time as ever to look into nice lighting kits!
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>>3761469
..
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>>3761766
Very nice lightning and picture.
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>>3767786
>I remember this thread from like 3 years ago, any new stuff?

(I tried to dig out stuff that I ditched before but I'm no longer certain.)

Basically no. I realized shooting models leads to nothing useful and I dropped it. I still shoot with friends and I think the results are much better but I don't share the photos.

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Leica thread part 5,

~*~ a e s t h e t i c ~*~
~*~ e d i t i o n ~*~

Just a chill thread to post photos taken with and talk about your Leica gear (and Leica-adjacent gear, like third-party M and m39 screw lenses and bodies).

Also a thread for whiny little diaper babies to complain that they don't understand why someone would ever spend extra money on a different type of camera from them because they haven't grown up enough to understand that every human has their own rich internal life with their own preferences and their own feelings.

Previous thread: >>3681033
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>>3769054
>however the Fuji has less distortion in the extremities.
do you reckon this is related to having a 28mm lens on the Q but longer lens onthe fuji?
anyway thanks for answering

I'm annoyed at fuji getting smaller and smaller evf with each "rangefinder" generation
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>>3769057
No the distortion is in the EVF itself. It's pretty disappointing.
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>>3769057
It is odd that the EVF went smaller from the XE2 to the XE3 and also the XPro2 OVF has gotten worse in the latest version.
The X-T line has the best EVFs in the business though. I'd say that my X-E2s has a better EVF than my XPro2 did which seems silly.
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>>3769081
>I'd say that my X-E2s has a better EVF than my XPro2 did which seems silly.
yeah I own an X-E2 and I'm concerned on moving onto a good deal on an used XPRO2 mainly because I wear glasses and the xpro2 finder is actually smaller wtf
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>>3769086
I assume it's because of the mechanism. Honestly I prefer the X-E2 all round. The OVF just doesn't get used.

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Why photographers are usually so ugly or fat??
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>>3768130
well take nice look photos and raise your social status to get laid
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>>3762500
Simple, some were born to be in front of the camera, others were born to be behind the camera
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>>3762750

I'm not stupid but I'll allow the rest.
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>>3762789
>Americans
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>>3765473
definitely alpha, looks like the kind of guy that would talk your ear off about whatever they're interested in and not let you get a single word in

When I try to run aperture mode the shutter speed at 1.8 on my M3 is atrocious and I can't find a way to 'untether' them if that's even possible or get the piece of shit to not run 1" shutter even at higher ISO.

How can I shoot good bokeh with this thing at 1" shutter time on A-Priority?
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It's a fantastic camera OP. I regret buying my a6400.
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>>3768808
for a portable front pocket cam with 24mp, afaik your only options are GR II/III or XF10 with f2.8, 28mm equiv lens. or X100 variants but bigger, or go MILC for the zoom capability.
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>>3768903
erase the GR II since it has 16mp
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>>3768758
fpbp
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>>3768903

I'll get a used XF10 in time. I don't mind lugging the 24mp Nikon around and desu it's itll mostly be used for food pics. Not worth the money yet.

.Am I .A talented Photographer?

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>>3768737
>1/30
>f/22
>iso 800
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>Why would a tripod help
Because then you can stop down and get deeper depth of field without rising the iso and slowing down your speed.
You want a faster speed to eliminate blur, you want lower iso to eliminate noise. Plus your images are underexposed.
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>>3768980
actually that being said, you'll have to slow down your speed, it's just that a tripod will hold your camera steady so no blur will occur
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>>3768739
What's wrong with that? the only bad thing i would see is f/22 if he's focusing on subjects likely all on infinity plane.
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>people still reply to this faggot

iPhone Beats Pro Camera in Photo Contest
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KMl_UzEIIk
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>>3767395
correct,
part two would be to print a 20x30 of the image
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>>3769043
Part 3 would be getting laughed out of a wedding when you show up as a photog with a cell phone
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>>3767392
Snoyfags on suicide watch
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>>3769045
This already happens when you show up with a mirrorless that isn't DSLR size.
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>>3767395
kek based

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Photo Battlestation Thread
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>>3753099
can't figure out if I know you on twitter or not
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>>3754775
> Hi Res Audio
Literally makes no difference to the homo sapien ear.
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>>3721053
aren't those the logitech model where the tweeter is just a dummy one?
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>>3768959
Honestly, I'd much rather one single full range driver than a woofer and tweeter and crossover that came to the same price.

People that get mad at that are dumb, and exactly the reason they feel the need to put fake tweeters on in the first place.
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>>3768959

Ugh, nasty... that fake 4th funnel on the Titanic makes me glad it sank.

Somebody give me a rundown on these. Are they good if you aren't doing anything serious?
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>>3768880
literaly the worst of both worlds
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>>3768590
ngl I just go in to the notes app of my iphone and use that built in scanner
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>>3768934
That's fine, I'm glad it works well for you!
I don't have access to an iphone unfortunately but I'll keep looking for a solution. My photos suck but even they shouldn't have to put up with poor scans.
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>>3768880
Utterly soulless, printing digital shots onto instants.
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>>3768902
>>3768933
Reprints and having good glass to take photos with. Damn I want my $89 back.

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Hi /p
photo crit thread
post your photos and receive criticism in order to hone your craft and become a better photographer
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>>3769011
I like them all, but what can you do.
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>>3769040
2/2

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>>3768648
this is awful crit all around

just leave /p/ already
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>>3769040
I don't know. Something's missing, maybe focus on a single subject?
It's clearly a lovely place, but I don't feel the pic.
>>3769041
Nice background overall, I like it. Shame about the blown out sky I guess. Tried cropping, but didn't like it, so I suppose it's gotta stay.

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post ur snaps from old, obsolete, or just grubby digicams

The following are tolerated and encouraged:
-sandpaper fruit loops noise
-no dynamic range
-artifacting
-glitches from dying A/D converter

don't worry about resizing, you can get fast download speeds in the middle of the fucking amazon jungles these days. let's see that

bonus points for ridiculous gear

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>>3768025
This is pretty
>>3768137
This worries me there are 12 year old girls from instagram on here
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Kodak EasyShare C143
Automated External Defibrillator on Church wall

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taking pictures in 2020, cuz why not

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Anything can be a subject if you need it to.

I'm so glad I have a gorillapod now, because the image stabalisation on this thing sucks utter ass.

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>>3747232
Some vivitar shit from like 10 years ago. It was the cheapest digital camera I could find at walmart at the time. Internal storage only, not even a slot for an SD card. Makes every photo look spooky

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Is there no digital photography cameras that try to actually emulate film like the Digital Bolex?
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>>3768387
>the allure of global shutter is so strong
why exactly? the new has a global shutter but not sure if it's worth that much more than the bmpcc6k
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>>3768536
for production it definitely makes a difference, vfx is harder to track with rolling shutter
for me i just want it badly
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>>3768563
So better for green screen?
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>>3768685
masking objects when you're whipping around
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>>3761595
Just get an old school film camera And use it, there a lot of fun.... If you're smart and keep an eye out for Expired film stock at decent prices you can save a lot of money.

Here's a couple films I put together on 16mm using a nerly 100 year old camera.

https://youtu.be/1boZL_3PtoM

https://youtu.be/Elhnagjp3iA

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Best way to get a gritty look?
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>>3768920
Shoot niggers
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>>3768920
Before diversity. Such great times.
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>>3768920
Shoot gritty material. That’s the only answer




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