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I never use my big fancy DSLR and that's because I don't have a proper bag for it. What's a quality bag for a DSLR that can also double as a regular backpack?
That or what are some solutions so I can actually have my camera with me all the time?
Although I'm not even sure if I like photography, I think I like video more. I might have made a mistake with this $2.5K DSLR bros
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>>4082851
You don't carry it in a backpack, you sling it over one shoulder like Peter fuckin' Parker and take photos everywhere you go.
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Actually do I even need a special camera bag? My current backpack is a caribee frisco 28 which I adore and I got from a thrift store for like $5.
Is it fine to put the camera in naked, or should I at least a wrap? I'll be cycling on uneven terrain a lot.
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>>4083160
> I'll be cycling on uneven terrain
Wrap it, inside a camera insert and put a t-shirt padding underneath
Also go slow, no sending with a camera
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I currently have photo a hatchback BP 250 AW II, but its a bit awkward to get the camera in and out of it. mostly I take the bag off place it face down on the ground and unzip it from behind.
are shoulder bags any good ? the access looks better but the symmetry of mass might a bit sus.
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>>4083282
Shoulder bags are easier but will get awkward and in the way even cross shouldered.
Maybe a sling bag is better since you can easily slide it on your back and to your side. Make sure there is space for a bottle of water as well, even if on the outside.

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A short photographic series I shot in Scotland. Small houses, large landscapes. I think it's pretty cute
Post your series/give feedback

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>>4082391
Really enjoyed these, op. Thanks for giving me a new travel destination
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very, VERY nice op
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>>4082395
I like this one, I think that I'd liked it more with sky framed completely off. The rest are very lazy. Subjects are fine and interesting, but you really need to find better vantage points to shoot them from.
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Fuck off we're full, but nice photos
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>>4082664
>>4083072
>>4083334
thanks anons

>>4083082
Thank you, I'll take that in mind. Cropping the one you're talking about to 2:1 sorta works, but I feel like cutting the sky out kinda removed the scale of the landscape itself, kinda centering the house too much. These were mostly snapshots during hikes, so I was unable to really focus on the series itself, with the idea mostly forming towards the end of the trip

I hate instagram, why are people raving over this snapshit?
https://www.instagram.com/p/Ci3tuJmJ5LM/
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>leica
of course
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>>4083102
>making a thread to complain about instagram
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>>4083102
>13'000 followers
>500 likes
He's a perfect nobody
my engagement ranges from 500 to 2000 likes and I'm a perfect nobody. What's the fuss all about?
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>>4083211
Those are paid followed, fake bot accounts.
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>>4083211
look at the comments

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Thread for stupid questions that don't deserve their own thread.

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>>4065939
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>>4082933
arrow keys + del key with no prompts
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>>4082848
Mormons will ruin your life.
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How do I use photoshop to x-ray nipples
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>>4083309
for lace/net that partially covers the nips, I just use the dodge/burn tool, then use saturation tool.
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my sd card has like 90MB/s read using crystal disk mark
why did it take multiple seconds to load a 10mb jpg

Whats a good camera for WW3 or apocalypse? Definetely not my smartphone.
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>>4082593
As above, faraday cage your shit. EZ pz

>>4083224
'5x zoom' in a poor optic that rarely performs better than the main sensor

everything else is generally available in a modern digital slr or mirrorless. And as a plus you have plenty of lens choices and all the other advantages of a decent camera. Most modern smartphones don't even allow you to replace your own battery without disassembling the entire thing, risking destroying essential components, even if you do it right your water seal is gone.

How is that apocalypse worthy?
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>>4083239
>Faraday cage
>high energy particles
Just Google "Kodak knew nuclear"
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>>4082593
If you keep having persistent problems with radiation fogging your film you're also exposing yourself to dangerous amounts of the same radiation.

The real problem is the industrial infrastructure behind producing and processing it. It's going to be pretty low on the list of priorities when rebuilding society.
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>>4082221
Any camera where you can make your own film from first principles. Your freezers storing film won't fucking freeze, and you will run out of chemicals and film soon enough.

Meanwhile platecamera chads will be re-engineering glass plates from first principles and happily shooting cyanotypes.

If you need farady cages or production of plasticshit to keep your hobby going, you are ngmi.
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>>4083272
it doesn't have to be near me
it can get irradiated anywhere from the factory to the warehouse to the shop, if one of the routes goes near a recent strike, that's an entire shipment possibly trashed.

i work in one of the world's best fashion photography agency's, representing photographers who go on to get six-figure fees for top luxury brands and editorial publications in both still life and portrait photography (the money isn't in editorial). ask me something if you want
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>>4081999
Thse small brans usually don't understand the value of photography so bullshiting aka marketing isnt unethical, or is it ?
Too each his own I guess but it's still a good way to make monee.

Do you still want to shoot for fashion ?
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>>4079362
>I'm a relatively respected local photographer with a truly unique niche (that as far as I know, no one else exploits).
are you tile-anon?
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>>4082021
>bullshitting
It's more that I'm not good at it. I'm not a very social person. People say I have a very narrow sort of charm, encapsulated in a clumsy anticharisma.
>>4082049
No, I don't know who that is. I do portraiture though, which is why I think I might have a way to make it.

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>>4079146
>ask me anything you want
do you think the chaining system in radiant silvergun is good game design
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>>4079146
Does the boy live in the big head with the sheep?
Is his bedroom in one eye and the bathroom the other?
Are the nostrils a chimney for a wood stove?
How many sheep are there? I make it 28.

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Time for a new thread. How's everyone doing?

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>>4082713
They're OK, but you'll have to git gud
sometimes I miss the autofocus

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>>4082713
I took these wil a Meike 25mm 1.8

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>>4083283

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I think this is a varied enough sort to give you a general idea of how it performs

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How do you organize your photos? What’s your intake process like?

My shit is all retarded and I need to figure out a better way. I import into Lightroom > Year > Month > Month/Day Shoot Name. I’m OCD and I don’t like how my selects / edits are in the same folder as all my photos.

Thanks anon for the pic. Any tips would be appreciated.
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Photography folder
- Imports
- Exports/uploads

Imports folder > yy-mm-dd > RAW and JPEG in separate folders

Exports folder > yy-mm-dd > subfolder if I want borders or some shit
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>>4073862
YYYY.MM.DD_place_description
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Subfolders for everything. Then the files are named with a shorthand descriptor and a number. it's a pain to do.
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>>4073862
for digital i do - Photography folder > Digital > Camera make > Camera model > Year > Event and its respective date

for film it's - Photography folder > Film > Film format > (specific type if there is one, 110, 120, 220, 600 type etc) > Camera make > Camera model > Year > Event and its respective date

i have multiple cameras of the same make in some cases, and some cameras i do not use anymore. this works pretty well for me!
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Sorting film is easy

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I want to step-up my game in content creation.
My videos are long walks and short vlogging.

I'm either considering and iphone 12 pro or a DJI action 2.

What would you guys buy and why?
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>>4081609
He lists his gear in the info section below the vidya and I don't think he's doing that with his mirrorless because there are no IBIS artifacts at all. That danger is on a gimbal and his only gimbal kit is the DJI Pocky

The problem with doing it purely in camera is that really annoying sensor-stabilization which is really awful with wide lenses, and if you do what I did (DSLR + Handheld Gimbal) you're carrying like 6kgs in one arm which is shit after 10, 20, 60mins
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>>4081611
>>4081611
Gotcha! I have got gyroscope data off my GoPro and post stabilized in the past but results weren't great.

I'm definitely planning on filming more than 60 min and cinvenience is a priority for me.

Any solution I'd mount on a gimbal be it a large or small handheld solution.
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>>4081609
theres no fucking way that was dji shit. i fell for the meme and bought one, it was pixelated and shitty as fuck. i sent it back. dji gets people to make cinematic shots on dslr/etc and claim it was a dji. it wasnt.
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>>4081715
yessuh!

https://youtu.be/6CnePEYSKBU
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>>4081715
I guess that the footage was modified in post production with some color grading etc.
DJI and GoPro always do this for their trailers.

Post your poor quality Phone shots.

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>>4081356
...as a part of Russia
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Uhhhh what the fuck?
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>>4080871
Yes, but phones' night mode and depth of field are on steroids because they have control over sensors, camera, exposures.
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>>4080977
>camera
It's even cameras
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>>4080013
horses for courses
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Bump
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>>4079687
if I want to become a professional photographer, I'll get a camera, but if I'm a hobbyist I'd get some iPhone, it doesn't make sense to buy consumer cameras anymore, for example, for the same price of a Sony ZV-1 I can get an iPhone with better performance.

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Is it better to have dedicated video and photography gear, or one hybrid system?
I was thinking to get a camcorder to go along with my DSLR, but that might be wasteful.
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>>4083152
>A purpose-built video camera will be more capable.
Depends on what you need.
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>>4083154
I guess? Good contribution.
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>>4083149
It's better to use the gear you have until you run up against its limitations and can identify the gear that will get you to that next step. Basically if you have to ask, no you don't need more gear. If your DSLR shoots video, shoot video with it until you're like, fuck this thing, I need XYZ.
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>>4083149
Are camcorders even a thing anymore?

I thought the only two options left were hybrids and dedicated cinema cameras that are just a brick or a cube that you have mount all sorts of accessories to.
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>>4083251
yeah, the "cinestyle" market with camcorders that run out of the box is pretty huge, sony fs and fx, lower tier canon c, panasonic eva, ursa mini pro, all just need a lens, a memory card and some don't come with a battery but then you're good to go

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Redpill me on this lens
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There should be a rule that you can't start a gear thread unless you post 3 photos you took yourself in it.
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>>4083240
34mm f3.6 seems quite boring
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>>4083240
Looks like a good walkaround lens to me. Go for it if you're a streetshitter.

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how is it bois?
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>>4083121
Baked in NR/processing. K-3 III starts at 200 ISO and K1 II starts around 600 ISO. Neither are affected at base ISO.
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>>4082952
>>4083078
the 200-500 doesn't have as great optical quality but there is a lot to be said for a 750mm equivalent you can handhold while bushwhacking.

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>>4082829
Put some more clicks on it, nophoto
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>>4083132
>K-3 III starts at 200 ISO
>K1 II starts around 600 ISO
>Neither are affected at base ISO.
Sounds like cope but i hope it isn't because that's pretty shitty, they basically don't shoot RAW after base ISO and it heavily affects IQ if pushed moderately
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>>4083120
>>4083121
>>4083132
The difference is a secondary image processor called the “image accelerator” chip. It was introduced to preserve saturation at high ISO and some NR thing supposedly machine learning stuff, keeps more detail without eating stars.
The problem occurs when underexposing and pushing extreme amounts which is not a normal usecase except for astronerds. That purple tinting is the saturation (as in high limit) of the image accelerator, not of the sensor itself. Software update should fix it or being able to turn off (or down) the image accelerator but Pentax won’t bother as long as the normal shots are ok.

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*kills photography*
heh, nothin' personnel, kid
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>>4083060
Apparently we're not supposed to take pictures of Alabama
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>>4083049
>haunting color photographs of landscapes, signs, and abandoned structures in rural Alabama
Are americans that scared of faded colours and rural scenery?
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>>4083049
>haunting
Honestly that's "liminal spaces" tier reddit nonsense
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>>4083088
>>4083109
ESL-lets not realizing haunting doesn't mean scary. It means poignant, evocative and difficult to forget.

Dumb fucking wordlets, how you dumb fucks can even think about reading about art with your shit vocabulary is beyond me.
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>>4083216
>shit vocabulary
>Haunting is a legitimate adjective bro
We speak english here, not ebonics you city slicking amerimongrel


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