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How do i hack my brain to not care about people liking my photos on social media?

Has anyone managed this, no matter how hard i try some part of me is stuck caring about it
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>>3701253
you sound like a weak asshurt beta desu
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>>3701495
my tumblr still goes well but ive been on it years. the good thing about tumblr is each reblog counts as a new webpage for google indexing and that helps proliferation if you've branded your photos with your name or alias.
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>>3702021
Good for you...my tumblr engagement is at an all time low lol. I've got 7000 odd followers but people left in numbers when Yahoo took over...which is a shame because I always liked it as a platform. Currently pointing my domain at it until I can be bothered to sort out a proper site.
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>>3702040
Maybe if they get bought out by a company that knows what it's doing it can pick up some new members. It got it's reputation trashed by porncels and SJWs but a lot of the former are gone now at least.
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>>3701261
I think social media can be valid if you use it to share things amongst a tight group, or to share your work/expression with a wider audience that's legit and cares about you.

The problem is that social media is not for these purposes. Not anymore anyways. Instead it's designed to 1.) get you addicted 2.) collect your data 3.) sell you shit through "sponsored content". I think more and more people are awakening to the ills of it. Facebook now isn't what it was in 2008 when I made an account. Instagram is not the same platform it was when it started. YouTube no longer uses the slogan "broadcast yourself". Why do you think that is?

No, it's not reactionary. The internet is becoming heavily corporate driven, it's owned by corporations and advertisers now. If you need anymore proof, just look at the above URL; it's now 4channel to distance itself from 4chan, because advertisers didn't want to share a URL with NSFW porn boards, or /pol/ and /b/.

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Can people find out I pirated PS just from the metadata? Can you tell what software was used just by pixel peeping on the image?
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>>3699493
Check the p archive for the preset share threads. The torrent packs are the best but the thing is you'll have to test out each preset individually to know what it looks like on your images.
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I get photoshop for free through my university, but theyre too jewish to pay for lightroom
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I've been using cracked editions of Photoshop since 2009 and nobody's ever come knocking on my door. Adobe is 100% aware that hobbyists and amateurs pirate their shit and they don't really care unless you're generating income directly from their software.

>>3695409
>can people find out I pirated PS just from the metadata?
no
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adobe continues to run in background and can't be killed, it's basically a spyware.
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>>3702022
How are they aware if its not in the metadata?
>>3702047
Basically all software is spyware today. Even ms office phones home, skype works as a literal botnet, discord etc.

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Found a nice antique camera at a flea market. Anyone here know what it is?

Closest I've got is it's a Lancaster, with one part made from Calmbach shutter.
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It's an old 4x5 camera with a Rodenstock lens. Check the bellows for light leaks.
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sorry it's OOF - i had to slide behind a chimney to get the back off, without it all falling over... the tripod is nigh on useless.
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Back at the turn of the century, George Eastman was building his Kodak empire, buying up all the little guys one company at a time and selling his products in their market until he basically had a huge monopoly.

The problem is, he couldn't put his name on the products he bought up, so he sold them as kits that you either built yourself or paid someone else to build. Most of the time those kits once built, had no markings or anything on them to identify them, and that might be what you have here.

I have a 5x7 like this, no markings or anything, all wood and brass.

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>>3700976
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>>3700995
>>3701004
>>3701013

Last one i linked best one i linked. Great trip op thanks for sharing the memories and taking the time to post all of these. Im glad you have these photos to anchor your memories of the trip
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you're a funny guy, OP, and I like your thread too.
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>>3700971
I love these Fuji colors wow. Is it an xt3? So glad I went with Fuji for my own camera too.
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>>3702012
It's a tripfag those freaks always have some Nikon DSLR or Sony A7
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>>3700980
I like it

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If so, what kind of photography do you do? I work full-time as a studio photographer.

>Easy Mode
> Makes supplemental income from photography

>Hard Mode
>Only/Main source of income from photography
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>>3701522
Get an actual job while you you grind your photography hobby until its profitable?
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>>3701504
What were you flying? I gave up being a /p/ro to be a pilot instead, now it looks like I might be going through a second industry collapse in my life.
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>>3694873
If you think that shooting photos of assholes' on a wedding/events/meetings and following them like a fucking dog or a slave then you have never "made it"
There's no difference between you and a stoner working for McDonald's

If you have few published photobooks and gallery exhibitions in you career then sure you have "made it" and I am jealous of you and my post was a cope from this failure.
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>>3702037
I know absolute idiots who take photos of pictures on their computer screen who have been in gallery showings—art is not only subjective but it's now degenerate. It's a matter of ticking all the privilege boxes and making your own bullshit believable so that rich white liberal gallery owners feel like you're making a statement.
A wedding photographer has a minimum expectation of quality that they have to delivery—something that soulless artists can't hope to achieve.
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>>3702042
>art world favours some girfters
colour me surprised. but time filters most of the garbage
for me art is one of few things where you can have some sort of "freedom" but when you start giving a shit about the viewers and monetary value then you literally commit one of the biggest crime
commercial photography is commercial there's nothing artistic about it other than few surprises here and there every few years. it's the soulless corporate music equivalent of photography.

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>>3699451
>>3701599
>balance and substance are so delicate that it takes years to master them.
so switching from Auto to Program
nah it aint that hard
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The act of photographing is easy.

"Good" photography depends on your interest and past experiences that may lead to an image resonating with you or not.
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>>3698184
>Is painting too easy
Yes, just draw some birds and shit on the canvas or throw some paint and call it abstract bro

>is music too easy
Yes, just start making sounds with your mouth for 3 minutes and call it a song bro

>is film too easy
Yes, just start record with your phone for like 4 minutes and call it a film bro

>is photography easy
Yes, just take few snaps with your phone and call it your portfolio bro
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Noobs and non-photogs think it’s easy. In reality there’s a massive gulf between decent photogs and the pros.
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>>3701834
>Thinks good photography stops at proper exposure
The absolute state

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Foto up!
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>>3701955
I'm not sure if you're suggesting a nasally "actually" is a common part of hick speech or what, bud, but I think it's time you take the pills and put your hand brace back on
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>>3701957
Oh I’ll take your word for it ;^)
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>>3701961
żenada
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>>3701936
a 4x5 crop leaving the space over the guys head but removing the right 3rd of the frame would make it stronger. The bank sign dates the image
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>>3701936
>beta hipshot while shitting your pants, lens almost pointing at the sidewalk
No wonder you take photos of trees, grass and houses trannie

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Let's check some simple shapes today.

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Hey /p/, it's been quite some time.
You may remember me from the adriatic baths series I posted here a year ago or so and the series "Photography, what a frustration"... no just kidding, just the adriatic series.
In the last few years I worked exclusively with large and medium format film, I even brought my camera - pic related - from Italy to America on last autumn. Maybe tomorrow I'll post some images of that trip too.

Right now I'm going to post a few older works, then hopefully if the thread stays alive and you guys enjoy these and want more, I'll update it in the next days. The workflow is so slow I got a ton of unprocessed film to develop/scan/work.

4x5 pics are large format film, 6x6 is 120 roll. Almost all Kodak negative color film unless specified.

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>>3697063
Depends, both are ok but I'd suggest 400 because exposure times can get rather long with large format and grain is not such a big issue.
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>>3697254
>exposure times can get rather long with large format
do i meassure differently when i shoot 4x5 ?
or do i just measure with my lightmeter as usual ?
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>>3697304
Lenses are slow and it's not unusual to shoot stopped down to f/16 or more.
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>>3697305
oh my bad i've forgot about that..thx for the reminder !
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Photobump.

I really love high resolution photography. I know these were probably 5x7 or 8x10 glass negatives, but for someone who doesnt make any money from photos, is a full frame dslr camera the best I'll be able to do? I'm mostly interested in architecture and city photography. Medium format cameras look nice but if I'm not making $$ off my work then there really is no point is there.
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>>3698105
I have a 12-24 nikon f/4 DX lens now but it was dropped years ago and I think the IQ from the lens is fucked. nothing ever looks sharp anymore. Should I look for another 12-24? 10-24? 17-35?
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>>3698213
Damn that sucks...I've got the Tokina 11-16mm DX ii (I think you can get the first version as your D7000 has an internal auto focus motor if I recall correctly) and I'm happy with it so that is always an option. I'm not up to date with what's out there atm so can't help much more than recommending the Tokina.
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>>3698249
Fair enough, thanks cupid. i'll check out the Tokina
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>>3695140
>stacking
this
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Fuji 690 + ADOX, Velvia / Provia and a flatbed

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Seriously thinking about getting an Olympus M5 Mark III. Would this be a retarded idea considering they're selling their camera business?

My only camera right now is a Sony a6100 and I fucking hate the shit out of it. The IQ is good, but the controls and ergonomics are absolutely dogshit and it feels like a cheap chinese toy.. It takes all the fun out of photography for me.
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>>3701378
Upgrading firmware seems to be quiote easy.
I just updated my em10ii last night.
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>>3701193
I'm in a similar boat. Got the M10 II and would like to have in body focus stacking for macro shit. the M5 iii looks a bit cheap with all that plastic and the m 1 ii is not much more expensive so i will probably end up with it. picked up the 12-40 pro some weeks ago which is stunning: sharp, can be used as macro, beautiful bokeh, weather sealed, focus clutch
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>>3701380
>50mm f/1.7
Which one would that be?
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>>3701558
*25mm. Sorry - my crop brain was already applying the crop factor.
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>>3700910
>reeeee people are discussing superficial things related to a hobby that is largely not based on artistry but rather craft how tf dare they

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>>3700855
how did you get that "dotted" effect? sorry noob here literally juts bought first camera
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>>3700858
not OP but its a halftone bitmap effect done in photoshop u can probably find a tutorial on yt on how to do it
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>>3700855
do you have more?
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>>3700855
Yo I like it
Post more

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>>3699949
It looks extremely desperate and gives off strong incel vibes.
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>>3698091

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>>3699913
it's a retarded, faggy meme that is really overplayed. People groan, not because it's offensive, but for the fervour with which you repeat it over and over, telling yourself it's clever and funny. Insisting people are offended because it makes you feel good doesn't make it true. It makes you a fragile little fag. Go get your nails done, like the cunty little faggot you are.
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>>3697827
is she diabetic? Dropped
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>>3697827
homey can we see titties thanks

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Blown skies editions.

Rate, comment, discuss.
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>>3701934
>>3701935
>>3701938
>>3701942
these are fucking great mate. gearfags btfo.

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>>3691490
>>3691491
>>3691493
Good photos!
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>>3701481
Gotta say anon, that piece of glass gets a really cool aesthetic

Otherwise no real advice aside from a suggestion to get into zone focusing through the scale on your lens, lack of a decent manual focus friendly focusing screen in a DSLR is a bit of a pain

Okay, WHAT THE FUCK. How come lee friedlander takes a picture of nothing and its kino, but then when I take a picture of nothing it looks like a shitty picture of nothing and not kino? What is it that makes his pictures of nothing look good and not like shit?
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>>3700579
>Most renowned contemporary photographers come from all walks of life and do not gain a sustainable income from direct art sales.
I'm saying there's a checklist. Is it negative, sloppy, or bad? Is there no reason for this to be successful? If it is successful for no reason, is the photographer jewish? In this case, Friedlander fits all of them.
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>>3701510
>objective beauty
What's that?
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>>3701518
A universal truth of what is beautiful. What is built into all of us before the internet scrambled your mind. Think of it like 'right and wrong.'
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>>3701524
>before the internet scrambled your mind
>fucking HAES
YOU MUST RESIST! WE MUST ALL RESIST
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>>3701524
Stop being vague cunt
What's your point?


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