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I took some photos the other day. Are they interesting at least?

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>>3604792
Underexposed are good because you don't blow out details but if the scene is already dimly lit or dark generally like shooting dim interiors or shots at dawn/dusk then you should balance the exposure so it's not too dark in the shadowed areas.
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>>3604792
I like this
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>>3604675
I quite like this one. The noise works for it.

>>3604674
I like dark photos, so I usually disagree when people say something is underexposed, but the details of the goat get lost at that exposure due to his color.

>>3604673
I like the character here, but I don't really get what you were going for. I like the vibe in all these photos, but can tell you're a beginner. Nothing wrong with that experience won't fix.

You should not be on /p/ for legitimate advice, by the way. This place is only good for banter and gear talk. It's not even good for sharing art. For every anon who wants to assist you with constructive advice, there's 10 other anons who find more self-worth in autistic gatekeeping than actually taking interesting photos or helping others improve.
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>>3604735
Kek
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OP I like your dark photos. The first 3 I like more than the last one. I would brighten them up just a touch but not a lot. Just enough to bring the man's face in #1 into the midtones for example. I'd leave the blacks where they are.

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Any other /p/hotogs going to Wuhan soon to capture real post apocalyptic photos?

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>>3606235
They probably wouldn't live to post the shots
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Pic of plane booking or stop LARPing.
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>that watermark
reminds me of that sarheed and whatever his name was that was a meme a year or so ago.

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I recently got into photography.

I liked it so much that I decided to spend a good portion of my holiday bonus on it.

I'm happy so far with my lenses, but I'd like to buy one more "super high end" one for now, because I know I won't be able to afford another one for a while.

Please help me decide!

Here's what I've got so far, followed by a list of lenses I'm considering.

Sony Alpha A7 III
>kit lens (24-55mm or whatever)
>Sony 90mm Macro lens
>Sony Zeiss 25mm
>adapter to use any canon lens

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>>3606352
How much have you spent so far? And you don’t even know what the exposure triangle is?
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>>3606354
I know the general concepts, but I'm not gonna go out and do that shit by hand. I'm a programmer in my day job. We wrap everything in layers of abstraction so we don't have to think about it. That's what I'm doing to your "exposure triangle". It's unnecessary.
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>>3606355
>I'm lazy and don't want to learn so I can get the best results and prefer slapdash mediocrity
Yup, you're a programmer.
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>>3606355
>>3606352
You're either absolutely hopeless, or an 11/10 troll.
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>>3606367
I'm gonna build a drone that will follow you and take pictures (for up to 30 minutes) (costs $5k)

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Hi,

I've been trying to be a lot more mindful of composition within my shots.

I was hoping to post a few here so you guys can give me some pointers/tell me what works/what doesn't.

These were all shot on the same day.

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59 images.

Only 91 to go!

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I like this one.

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>>3606057
It's out of focus and shaky on top of that. Take some fucking pride in your work man and put in some effort.
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plustek edition

old thread: >>3598177
All analog/film photography related questions and general discussion is to take place in this thread.
35mm, 120, medium format, large format, instant, polaroid, instax, C41, E6, B&W, developing, scanning, labs, darkroom etc.
Post photos as often as possible, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!

useful links:
http://istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography
https://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart.php
http://industrieplus.net/dxdatabase

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you're still getting the lab to scan your images
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>>3606385
>I like to shoot on the go
They're generally tripod queens that demand slow, careful work. You're trading 12-24 exposures for fine grain and tonality. If you've ever thought "gee, I sure do wish everything was twice as expensive, twice the size and twice the work", go ahead. It's a special kind of fun, some would call it a form autism and they would be correct.

Like anon said, try it out. It's easy to get your money back.
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>>3606394
>Shooting medium format due to the joy of using an MF SLR with WLF is reason enough to do it for some people.
Jeez sure does smell gassy in here!
OP doesn't have a reason to buy into MF besides the fact that they have gas, 35mm already suits there needs in every way.

>image quality
OP (and me) never mentioned this which implies that OP isn't concerned about it proving my point that it's just gas.

Also WLF's fucking suck. Horrible to compose on and they will give you spinal problem
>but muhhhhhh ground glass it's so life liek!!!
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New gay shit you inbrebs
>>3606436
>>3606436
>>3606436
>>3606436
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>>3606399
>queens that demand slow, careful work
Meanwhile I treat my RZ like an abusive husband treats his wife, just chuck it in my backpack, run after the train so it's jumping all around, wipe the lens with my tshirt, handhold 1/60 with the 110mm lens regularly, take like 3-4 exposures of the same subject from slightly different angles and exposure values, casually forget to screw in the release cable and end up shooting a blank, then screw the cable in, wind again in multiple exposure mode, forget to press the shutter on the body so I just keep pressing the cable and it's not doing anything, wind the film again in frustration, but this time forget to switch it to M mode so end up completely wasting 1/10th of a $12 roll. Some days I feel like I should throw all my gear in the river and start collecting stamps or something
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>>3606434
I just really like the square aspect ratio, desu.

I'd probably get a Robot if they were affordable.

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ITT, you post pictures taken with shitty digicams.

Everything still matters like composition and lighting, but you have to use the shittiest digital compact you have, bonus points if you don't have to resize to get under 1000px longest side. Digital artifacts are not only welcomed, they are encouraged. OP picture has two dead pixels.

All gear discussion ITT should be about finding the shittiest gear and shooting with it.
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>>3605865
>>3605867
>>3605870
These are nice, thanks for sharing.
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it's great to see so many new posters here. >>3604897
>>3605079
The fd200 also allows you to copy floppy disks to the memory stick. I think my usb floppy disk reader is dead so it's a nice little work around for now.
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Got some samsung s750 p&s for free

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Okay lads - let's do this.

Poll for the former challenge:

http://tiny[dot]cc[slash]kluniz


This weeks theme is:
>Education

Rules:
• Submit an image in this thread that you've taken that adheres to the theme
• Multiple images allowed, please limit it to 4 or less.
• Please don't post specifically asking for critique, post that in the Recent Photo Thread /rpt/
• Submit something taken this week! - Files without EXIF will not be taken into account for the challenge.

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>>3605067
Good idea, problem is finding someone that's comfortable posting kids to 4chans.
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>>3605174
yeah maybe don't do that
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>>3605067
How about teaching your dog to sit
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Gonna post my contributions tomorrow!
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>>3605518
I correct myself: tonight. That's when they'll come. Gonna head on over to my uni library.

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Rollin'

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>>3602462
>3602462
Sure why not.

Roll
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>>3602462
roll
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rolls of film.
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Roll
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Rolll

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Photos I took mostly in the suburbs, most are from Hungary, the rest are from Australia. Some are just snapshits I thought looked cool, but most of them are loosely centered around the idea of photographing the individual identities of the two countries (I'm from Hungary and live in aus now), and how they're converging through urbanisation and globalisation to the point where sometimes you can't really tell where you are.
It's vague at the moment as I'm fairly new to shooting and I'm still experimenting with different styles like newtopo, architecture, more nature-focused shots, etc. I feel like I'll need to shoot a lot more to have enough material to actually start organising it, but I want to eventually make a photo book that starts out with images that make the location very easy to recognise, and then progress to where it's just all gloomy depressing newtopo shit and it's basically impossible to tell where the photos were taken.

The ektacolor 160 scans have been fucked with as it's about a decade expired and it had a nasty blue tint that was extremely strong in the shadows. I also reduced the blue curve just a touch for the BW images to give them a bit of a warmer tint. I used NLP and PS curves adjustments for all negs.
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Another one that was inverted with the old NLP 1.0

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Aand lastly, a spooky scary staircase. I think there might be a skeleton underneath there somewhere.

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Smartphone cameras are pretty good these days. Have you had experience with any that have impressed you? Have you taken any good photos with yours?
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>>3605913
This.
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You just can't do decent night shots with it. Everything comes out as blown out as it tries to get as much light as possible and it just doesn't work.

Photo is an example.
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You can edit it to look better but the grain remains.
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So unless you can deal with massive digital grain you need to shoot in daylight.
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>>3606123
>>3606125
These look ok

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Show me THE most beautiful woman you've ever seen.

Not the hottest, just someone you'd consider an embodiment of gods talented artistry.

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/p/ has no taste for women.
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>>3605114
who is that cutie?
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>>3605143
Vlada Roslyakova, russian model from 2000s.
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>>3605149
oh sweet thanx1
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Alina Kovalenko

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I never knew Full Frame was so much better than APSC.

First there is less noise.

And the most important part: The bokeh is much more noticeable.

I used to shoot with a Nikon D7000 + 35mm 1.8g DX.
Now I've gone to a Nikon D750 + 50mm 1.8 D

People here told me the 35mm 1.8 on APSC was equivalent to 50mm 1.8 on FF.

I had to manually add more blur on Photoshop with the D7000 + 35mm 1.8g to make my photos look more professional.

Now with a Full Frame and a 50mm 1.8 D I no longer need to do it anymore, the out of focus bokeh looks very blurry.


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>I fell sorry for the m4/3 users who have a tiny sensor and even less bokeh.

I use both. Too poor to afford one? Also FF is tiny when you shoot 120 like me.
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>>3597072
Tony Northrop please stop.
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>>3596785
Wow, what camera did you use to take the picture? Never knew there were cameras that are wider than full frame.
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>>3604933
>when you shoot 120
>pic not related
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>>3606072
You have never heard of medium format cameras?

Experiences? something to tell?
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>>3606213
Taking a darkroom class and the professor is clueless and does still life photography that's kind of meh. Guess what our next assignment is?
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You learn how to mix developer from base chemicals, but not how to properly sharpen digital images for print.
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What do you want to do after you graduate?
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>>3606259
"your wife"

who was in the wrong here?
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>>3600508
Canon designs camera for obese people with big meaty hands. Sony designs cameras for actual humans.
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>>3602814
I'm 5'10 and 147lb and find larger camera bodies much more comfortable and functional.
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>>3602814
>>3602818
same, I have sad girl hands, but the ergonomics of the Sony's just don't work with me, bigger DSLRs just fit my hand better and are more comfortable to hold through a long work day.
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Sony peaked in 2002.
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Oh look, another thread of pathetic canikon fanboys rallying together to convince themselves that sony isn't about to run this entire industry in the next 5 years. If you need me i'll just be over a leddit!

Are photography workshops worth the cost of admission?

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>>3605899
There is one photographer in Norway, Morten Krogvold, who holds amazing workshops. People start crying and shit. He will push you and stay up with participants to 5 in the morning for them to finish.
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>>3605920
Those are psychological tactics to build a cult of personality. Says nothing about the quality of instruction, just that he's slimy.
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>>3605901
Based
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>>3605873
NO. It's as if you guys learned nothing from the fedora clown.
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>>3605873
Really aren't imo.
A big part of the value of a photography degree, is the formal qualification and the connections you get after completing it. And of course the time and effort you out into it for years that makes you improve.

A "workshop" has none of those. No qualification, no connections, and doubt you can learn much in a couple days (let alone a single day).


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