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Posting a few pics I've shot recently.
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>>4018118
if you're going to shoot portrait you might want to learn how to frame portraits; everything else is pretty good but shit like >>4025464
>>4025463
>>4025966
>>4025967
>>4018123
has lines deviating all around and looks like badly done architecture photography; if there's a suggestion is that you should try to think out composition when shooting people: there's one thing and one thing only that matters in portraiture and that is showing -who- is the person being pictured
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>>4028113
how did u do the soft effect? clarity?
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>>4030276
I have no idea what you’re asking exactly. I touched up OP’s pic by cropping and raising exposure & colour.

Unless if I assume you are super new, and by soft effect you mean the depth of field then that effect is created by the lens
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>>4032709

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

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>>4032488
Wouldn't you just use your printer without the negative to get an even exposure instead of waving a torch about.
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>>4032491
taking the negative out and moving my easel in the dark sounds a lot harder. I still fuck up the most basic shit while doing this.

It doesnt help that I'm terrified of the dark and my exposure room is infested with bats and mice
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>>4032495
>You're posting in the same thread as Dracula
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can i store rolls of film in my root cellar?
is humidity an issue?
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>>4032458
>Anyone have any other ideas?
dont worry about em

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Let me guess, you need more?
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I got a D90 and it's awesome.
I don't give a fuck about the video because it's beyond mega shit anyways.
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>>4029754
pure sex
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>>4031239
this
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>>4029754
This was my camera for 10 years.

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>>4029754
it was the d7100 for me

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• Theme: Nighttime
• Deadline: From 1 May to 22 May

Theme:
• The photo has to be taken at night
• It should be possible to infer that the picture was taking at night by just looking at it

Rules:
• Photo must be taken during the timeline. Images taken before this thread was started won't count.
• Post images with exif, if possible. If you can't, just state that they were taken during the timeline.
• Three entries per photographer max.
• After the competition ends, all valid images will be posted for voting.

Optional:
• You're encouraged to post your images that fit the theme even if they're out of competition.

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Can my subject be nothing at all? I feel obligated to post but didn't want to shit this up with more bloodmoon shit so instead you get a mexican restaurant.

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>>4032451
I would have changed the angle so you could see the entire shop front, having that cut off open sign is a major cock tease
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>>4030612
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>>4032451
>Can my subject be nothing at all?

I once posted a nighttime photo of a park on /rpt/. A few people were in the park but they were far off in the background and I said in my post that it lacks subject. However some anon said I should go back and retake it without any people because he prefers it that way. I think during nighttime it can convey a sense of aloneness or stillness. Anyway with lack of subject do you mean lack of people in the photo?

Olympus really have nice colors. Is that SOOC?
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>>4032643
>lack of subject
I just wish someone was sitting in those seats

>olympus colors
Yeah I think all I did was decrease exposure a little bit.

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Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery edition.

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>>4030831
Your composition did it
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Chimneys. Walcot St Bath.
Fujifilm FinePix J20.

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You could've filmed your passion project by now 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.

>STICKY - https://textbin.net/xv9ls4ozjh
>Helpful guide, additional books and more in-depth FAQs - https://web.archive.org/web/20200926115310/https://pastebin.com/kG0gRmTZ

>NO ONE CARES WHAT AN EXPERT YOU THINK YOU ARE. IF YOU’RE ASKING BASIC-AS-SHIT QUESTIONS, YOU CAN’T BE ALL THAT GREAT. SEE ABOVE

Previous thread >>3999286

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

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>>4032026
Well what else do you expect from russians
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>>4024450
Ask again later.
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>>4032024
If you want to leave film lights in a music video at least get some vintage tungsten lights and make it look like it was part of the art design and not just a mistake made by the film crew.
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awww yea bros :D
>>4030131

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>>4024494
i wish u used the first shot for the whole thing so i can just listen to the music

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Sports Photography - did they get it right? edition

Surf Photography/Videography is really starting to hit its stride in terms of accessibility and quality. JJF's "View from a Blue Moon" set the standard for the composition of surfing media - shots like pic related are what I and many others recall as cream of the crop presentation.

I'm wondering what you guys have to think about it, and whether or not this specific picture could have been taken differently. I have to assume a fluid environment completely changes how you approach the game, and I wonder if any insights here can be transferred to Sports Photography broadly
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>>4031779
>JJF's "View from a Blue Moon" set the standard for the composition of surfing media
Top notch surfing photography was around long before John Florence.
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John John Florence is also a photographer, iir.

Pretty much, yes, they get it as right as they can. For take picture inside the water, you have to be away from the break, the window you have to take picture is short, and you get what you get. But the surf aesthetic is somehow quite old, from the film era. There are profiles that are still taking perfect surf photos with film today.

other example: football photography, we have our space, it's fixed, we cannot move, or get up, anything, so it's basically what happens when you're are photographing surf, you get what you get, and learn to deal with losing good pictures.
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>>4031779
>this specific picture could have been taken differently
He could have gotten his horizon level. He could have gotten the face of the surfer in the shot.
Would that have been hard and mostly up to luck? Sure. But he could have done better.
Let's see you defend your bait.

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Its maximum happening,i got asked for the very first time to photograph an outisde festivity at my campus. I just got off the phone a friend of mine who's also organising the whole thing.

All i have is a D5300 with one battery,35mm and 18-55mm. I dont even got a damn external flush... Im gonna fail so fucking hard and cringe about it till the day i die,help get out of my comfort zone /p/ give me some pointers.
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>>4029206
Best advise imho
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>>4029537
post some pictures then fag
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>>4029537

Oy you homosexual.

Post some photos.
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>>4029537
Glad to hear it but we'd sure appreciate some pics if you're not bound by some copyright nonsense.
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>>4028989
> kit zoom
> aps-c
> outdoors

Shoot everything with the maximum focal lemgth of the kit at the maximum aperture and set shutter speed to 1/200

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Any NEX/a6xxx line owners that made the jump to A7C? I didn't jump to the A7 line, too bulky for my hiking needs. Though the first A7 is compact in its own way. A7C is exactly what I wanted, full frame in a smol NEX/a6xxx body.
Though it's definitely pricey. What did you think of your jump, worth it? Any news about a potential second generation despite the semiconductors crisis (as a way to grab first a 1st gen used for a more reasonable price)?
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>>4032597
Lol good one. Fuji is king for crop sensor. Other brands just release garbage for soccer moms.

Canon: no lenses. Also probably killing off ef-m mount to consolidate to rf. Will be like Sony.

Sony: no lenses unless you use full frame lenses and that defeats the whole point. Might as well just buy full frame to begin with.

Nikon: no lenses, copied Sony.
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>>4032606
Fuji is king for cope sensor.
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>>4032569
>Xpro
>Compact
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>>4032630
bro what do you expect. Most people here havent even seen these cameras in real life, let alone used them. I admit I was a bit shocked myself at the size of the a7 series. Actually Im surprised at most mirrorless sizes, Im used to dslrs.
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>>4032644
Yeah, that’s great and all if you want to just use a kit lens but the second you put a big prime or a 70-200, it’s over and it sucks. Sony’s grip also sucks because on some lenses grind your knuckles against the lens…

Don’t understand the obsession with small bodies when most of the weight and size comes from the lenses…

the Sony a7iv is such a superior camera, it's the #1 AND #2 best selling mirrorless on Amazon.

Fuji have 3 in the top 50, only 1 in the top 40
Panasonic have 9, they are 3 times more relevant than Fuji.
Nikon has 5, how they have fallen
Olympus have 0, zero, none, nothing.
Sony with 16
Canon with 17 (but split across 2 mounts)

Even if you don't think sales equate to performance\quality, you can't deny that high sales is going to be associated with longer product lifespan, more investment from the OEM and 3rd parties, and greater resale value as lenses\bodies\etc are more valuable to more people.
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>why does FF vignette and lie about aperture

because they cut corners so they can sell tards on the fool frame lie

mount throat sensor width ratio

m43 38.0mm 17mm 2.23
snoy E 43.6mm 36mm 1.21
canon RF 50.6mm 36mm 1.41
nikon Z 55.0mm 36mm 1.53
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>>4032598
>noise is a concern of mine

Hmm, a fair point, so I went ahead and did the maths for you.

I had to give you the most preferable situation for you, which is that you're having to shoot iso 800 or above wide open, and your copy of the leica lens is a super special one with absolutely zero vignette and a constant t1.4 across the frame.

The areas in red on the vignette chart are the areas that would have less noise on your super special theoretical mft setup after doing vignette correction on the sony lens to make it completely flat. 2.33EV is the cutoff point, 2 stops due to the small sensor, 1/3 of a stop for the f1.4 vs f1.2 lens.

If we use actual aperture equivalence, or the mft lens has it's actual vignette, or you can shoot under iso 800, then the Sony is better across the whole frame for noise after vignette correction. Which made the comparison not very fun.

I'm glad by your own standards you agree that the noise from MFT makes too many photos simply unusable.

>>4032599
>f values aren't real >:(

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>>4032629
>muh dynamic range on GH6
literally worse than anything below iso 1000 on an a7riv, see graph here
>>4032632

>>4032631
>I STILL don't understand what aperture is >:(

lmao. by this point I' am 100% certain you just don't have the cognitive ability to understand the most basic of math
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>>4032632
you've gotten BTFO so many times it's just sad at this point.
enjoy your "1.2" lenses that act like 3.8 for $2k.
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Daily reminder

You'll be next mudbloods

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>>4030140
this, I can buy X-e2 here for $300-350
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>>4027325
i just bought a pentax k-s2 after doing a bunch of research used off of ebay; there are some really good deals on there
i'd recommend looking into one of those
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>>4032104
meme, also if you want a good FF in not trashed condition you'll be paying a lot more than that
About $600 for a 2008 5D2 which gets rekt by most crop cameras made after 2012 in low light that you can get for 1/3 of the price.
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>>4032295
>if you want a good FF in not trashed condition
Who cares what it looks like as long as the sensor is clean, the buttons work and the shutter count isn't ungodly high?

t. I got my computer case out of a dumpster

> About $600 for a 2008 5D2
You can get a D600 or 610 for considerably less

> meme
cope
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I just ordered a 5D mark ii with 70,000 on the shutter for $350. Since the shutter is rated at 150,000, this should last me years.

Last macro thread reached pic limit

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>>4029356
>>4029479
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>>4029481
Jumping spiders are so cute :3
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Found this guy an inch above the carpet on the trim

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Maybe has been here befor, probably some don't know it.
Anyhow with this link you can watch a really big picture of New York. Try to find the naked man.

https://www.earthcam.net/projects/empirestatebuilding/gigapixelpanorama/2021/

Also very interesting for a eurofag to see how you guys build a city like that. It looks very dense and tall, hardly any green stuff except that huge ass park and so on. Cool buildings too, some at least.
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>>4032231
I miss the old WTC.
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>>4032619
what happened to it?
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>>4032622
israel
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>>4032622
whatever you do, do not look up "Lucky Larry Silverstein". Don't do it
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>>4032622
see
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Has the dslr achieved perfection yet? The shape has not changed in 15 years. Is there any room for improvement? Or has the tech been completely perfected?
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>>4030401
>The only cope here is from DSLR dinosaurs.
And there it is. Pat yourself on the back for the camera you chose. You're so progressive and special and surely your work is 1,000x better than a dinosaur with a DSLR.

>You will never have blackout free shooting.
Don't care. Blackouts >>>>>> lag and I'm not in the market for an R3 right now, one of only three cameras that don't suffer from continuous shooting EVF lag. It's a great fucking camera and I'm sure it's really nice to shoot with, but what I've got doesn't hinder me from the sports/wildlife/action shots I want at all, so I'm fine.

>the time where the AF sensor is useless.
I don't need it to be useful during blackout as long as it catches up with the mirror down. It does.

>Your DSLR in OVF mode will never even match the Sony A9's (released 2017, updated with eye AF and real time tracking) tracking performance.
Distance tracking? It absolutely matches any mirrorless. Keeping an AF point on the subject? I'm sure letting a computer handle this is convenient but I have no trouble doing it myself.

>You will forever cope and seethe that your outdated tech has been replaced
I couldn't give a fuck. I corrected you on a false technical claim and now you're going off on a butthurt child rant about "muh progress muh dinosaurs!" Who made your mirrorless? Sony? Sony will never love you no matter how many forum posts you make about the vast superiority of your shiny new mirrorless bought on a credit card. You can get a million dinosaurs to switch and you will still die alone. Sony won't be there to hold your hand or tell you that you're loved.
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>>4030420
>I corrected you on a false technical claim
Where? This one?
>>4030305
>>autofocus improvements that mirrorless cameras make could be integrated into DSLRs as well
>>Not if you're using the OVF.
>Yes if you're using the OVF. You just need an imaging sensor where the AE sensor would traditionally go.
You cannot get the AF performance of a mirrorless if you are using an OVF with a slapping mirror that prevents AF ~20ms every frame. For the 1DXMIII at max speed this would be 16fps*20ms per second which is 320ms per second where the AF CANNOT function. The R3 can do 60fps AF and tracking calculations per second while the Z9 can do 120fps. A DSLR is PHYSICALLY unable to match this as it wastes ~32% of every second flapping a mirror and is unable to AF during that time. Even if the DSLR can do 200fps AF calculation it still cannot account for the ~32% of info it cannot see due to the mirror flap.
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>>4030375
>Admits DSLR is dead & irrelevant
>Tries to claim that features we had 6 years ago on mirrorless might one day come to DSLR
>Thinks af from the 80's works on the same principles as af on a modern DSLR

That about wraps you up bud.

>>4030420
>Ovf = no lag
The shutter lag on a d800 is longer than the shutter lag + evf lag combined on an a7ii, let alone something relevant.

>It is as good at af as mirrorless, no I've never used an a1 or an a9, but I'm sure my dinosaur is better >:(

Yikes, copium.


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>>4030160
Perfection was reached in the D40
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>>4030160
Yes, the D850

For me? It's 35mm, 85mm, 135mm.
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35mm,40mm and da fifty for me
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>>4032413
why would you want a 40 if you have a 35
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>>4032413
>I want the kit lens experience without the convenience
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Yeah so, for me its: 14-24mm, 28, 35, 45, couple of 50s, 24-70mm, ofc boomer 85mm, the g o a t 105mm and 70-200mm.

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>>4032577
nice collection bruv. Get the 135mm dc :)




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