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So i have ended up being responsible of gathering and organizing large amount of scanned pictures and photos for a project and i need to organize and categorize them and maybe later add tags, details and more information relating to them.

Now i went to search for such things and there is literal ton of shady and useless looking software being peddled about the matter. What kind of programs do you use yourself and recommend?
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>>3662180

Thank you, i did think booru for a moment but it does have certain reputation which one might not want to reflect on himself when less computer savvy people start to do searches about it. Hydrys was also interesting option it is good to see someone considered it reliable so i can look into it more.

Luckily it does not need to be computer vision, that will be problem of someone else down the line when it becomes easily available.

Luckily it will not be on 1 million range or even likely 100k range. Damn now that you have mentioned Booru it might be very good way to do it...
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>>3662237
Either a booru or hydrus can easily handle this amount of files, yes.

Actually if it's a fairly low number of files, some RAW editors also apply. I wouldn't suggest using those that store tags in their own proprietary databases or special file formats, but if they use something like XMP sidecars (Darktable, LR, I think maybe also DXO... can be convinced to do this) there is not that much of a problem. You can extract most of that data even without having access to x software in y version. And the data can be handed off as a folder or archive.

But I wouldn't say they're easily better than hydrus or *boorus unless you must work with RAWs very directly or such (for a tag index, it's usually good enough if not better for performance to do it on JPEG and just jump to RAW or whatever from there).
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>>3662238
Thank you too, will look into those options, apparently someone has done this earlier for them by using excel and adding data there in some manner and someone might be under impression this will be sustainable solution in larger scale too.

The information might be exported to other systems in later date so it would be best if the metadata could be somewhat accessible when that (assumedly) more competent person will take a copy.
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>>3662244
Well, excel can be exported yes.

It's not as sensible as just putting it into a YAML or JSON or whatever that doesn't need to parse the whole convoluted excel format. As do .XMP or txt or whatever sidecars

Monkeying it as excel->csv->whatever DOES generally work if nobody had the idea to mess up something with using different rows / columns because they couldn't figure out how to make longer text appear otherwise. Main risk with excel I guess.
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>>3662158
Anything that saves xmp. You must do meticulous keywording. Dates, projects, put everything into xmps. That's all you really need to transfer from system to system later on.

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What the fuck's a 'lockdown' 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://pastebin.com/Nu5a8Jjk
>Helpful guide, additional books and more in-depth FAQs - 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 >>3640482

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

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>>3658872
Tektronix stuff is top of the line. How much did you pay?
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>>3650256
Bros what's the best camcorder with good audio under $400
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>>3662428
Bros why does no one READ THE FUCKING STICKY?
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>>3662429
I read the sticky, there was no answer to my question. I know how to control-f. So can you please answer my question?
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>>3662426
$685

The repair cost me $480 and UPS paid for the repair.

It only does SD but I’m not made of money, and I wanted to play around with a Tektronix scope because I used their oscilloscopes in the past.

I sunk 1.5k in that scope and a wfm 700 HD scope

I’ll send a pic of my setup once I get everything up and running.

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post your plant photos

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Confession thread for your darkest most embarrassing photography secret. No judgements just lols. I will go first.
>I only shoot film for my personal work to feel more legitimate as a photographer.
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This thread is a breath of fresh air. Love your confessions.
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I've been a photographer for about a year now, and have had my work published in a few local newspapers, and even Al Jazeera. I still think I'm a shitty photographer and haven't been proud of any of the shots that made it into print, except one.
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>>3653861
I bought Nikon Z50 with both lenses. And I like it. Pretty light, somewhat durable, may get some vintage glass to adapt later. It's like, I don't even want to do any sort of gearfaggotry anymore. I even think about getting Z6 if I'll finally get into shooting video on top of photos.
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>>3662375
I want a Z50 so much especially since I love Nikon but me being so dependent on IBIS worries me if ever I get it.
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>>3661567
Get a cheap meike or yuongnuo or neewer on amazon and shoot shit. Be there in 3 days. Do it. It's like 50 to 80 bucks.

>>3661580
How do you get your photos out there?

Do people unironically read this assclown’s page? I was skimming through some of his reviews and he gives everything a “sharp as shit, just get it” verdict, unless it’s not made in Japan, in which he knocks it in the “quality” section despite that not even being a metric of quality necessarily.

All his sample photos are saturated to shit like a 14 year old photo 101 student edited them. He shoots in jpg with max sharpening for some fucking reason. All this expensive gear is lost on this goofy ass mofo.

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>>3661739
>The key thing is that the gear gets out of the way as fast as possible to allow for work to be made uninterrupted.

this. working pros do not constantly chase latest updates as that entails unfamiliarity with the new piece of gear for awhile...which inhibits and slows work down.

only hobbyist and gearfags upgrade year over year
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>>3661739
>I can think of a number of extremely famous photographers that snapped away on cheap as fuck film point and shoots (before the film point and shoot hype).
Well, how many people care to buy products photographed and put into catalogues with this process now? How many of them became relevant recently with this photography as photojournalists or nature or portrait or architecture photographers?

How many even pay to watch documentaries filmed this way (I mainly got planet earth 2 recently, but that obviously used a ton of varied gear)?

> A good photographer knows what gear they need.
Well yes, but in this case it's almost always some of the best gear. Just obviously not all of it from all brands, can't mount additional arms and endless assistants aren't affordable. You're still doing a full pleb job with lots of competition.
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>>3661312
>Unshaven armpits

Damn it, why am I getting turned on?
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Christ, we just had a thread right here, >>>3656600, on this shitbag, is this what /p/ has degenerated into?

Post some fucking photos.

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>>3661297
I was talking to a friend about this. I watch a couple video gear channels on YT yet notice none of them ever produce video content that isn’t B-Roll bullshit for their reviews.

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How do you guys do indie videography? I'd like to post it online, but I don't want my face out there. All I can make is a story with b roll inanimate objects. Any ideas? Anything you guys have wanted to do? Just cool music and footage?
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>>3661982
do shadows with hands and dub tts voices doing the animal sounds meanwhile someone reads the bible backwards in a little window at the bottom
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>>3661985
Dont forget to play synth, and use red curtains :)
Also post result on /p/vid/.
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>>3661913
Go to fiverr, hire writer, tell them your great idea and wait for them to write it then render together
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I do music videos. That way you have performers to be in it and built in promotion. It's good technical practice, and it allows you to experiment. Stupid plague is stopping me from working on my next video though.
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>>3661913
Just film random objects in B&W and add creepy music and film grain

Am i a talented ! photographer?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiCoHDyVZ30&t=1559

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNdAf60twnM

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>buy porn subscription to Vixen
>download A LOT of picture galleries
>the quality is out of this world

Any pro photographers here? What equipment is most likely used here?

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>>3661672
> Are the male performers actually thug like or are they normal?
Are gangster rappers powerful gangsters or are they kissing RIAA member ass while they play a role for retards that forgot it is a role despite all the videos and singing?

Are female porn stars actually horny for every ugly fat man after they get raped for a few seconds?

You may never find out.

> Does NO ONE involved realize that its actually kinda really racist?
It is literally the genre.
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>>3658195
I've resorted to using irfranview. Funny thing is we use it at work for viewing 100gb+ aerial images.
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>>3653862
>>3661722
Try Faststone (Windows) - vintage Delphi looks, but the thing generally performs well. Gwenview probably also can (Linux/OSX).
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>>3661722
I use Irfranview portable edition, cntl + - while in fullscreen is nice. But I mainly use Photo Mechanic pirated edition when using LR pirated edition or Capture One pirated edition.
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>>3639545
Overall pretty good, but legs are underdeveloped and ass starting to sag. This girl needs to squat[spoiler] on my dick.[/spoiler]

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Hey, do you guys ever edit "found negatives"

I found about 30 years of family memories in negatives during the lock down here and have been pulling anything portfolio worthy and artsy/90's aesthetic postable to process later

Some of these are damaged beyond repair and most are of my family so those are going in a separate binder.

You guys ever do this type of thing?
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>>3661912
> Does raw slow it down?
IMO mostly on your computer if anything, but you also might need it because really batch manipulating the negative colors without RAW is quite silly.

> Do I have to get a dedicated 35mm mask or can i just use the negative slide that came with my epson 600?
I'd definitely try the negative slide from the Epson. If it can be used quickly, probably all is fine?

If not, you need to try and optimize that a bit, depending on the volume of negatives.
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Another thing I've noticed: Darktable is actually a really pretty decent tool to invert negatives. Not very automatic, but it has very decent options for interactive correction, and it also runs really quite fast with many of the corrections active.

>>3661921
BTW this >>3661921
was of course for you >>3661916
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>>3661594
I most likely wont.

We had point and shoots and lesser cameras. We didn't get our first slr until early 90's and we only used that up until 2001 when my dad bought our first digital slr Nikon.

So most of these aren't great quality

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I just learned darktable got this recently:
https://github.com/darktable-org/darktable/pull/4423
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiNlHBZE888

It was added after the last release, so you get to either find a prerelease somewhere or compile it, or see how it works next release.

>>3662053
Yea, I guess a good look also tells you if the photo might be of interest or not.
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>>3661903
Thanks for the links.
I managed to figure out my tripod and how it turns around. I got so excited to scan but then remembered someone borrowed my macro lens :<

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Anyone else here a poorfag? I just got into the hobby having bought a D3000. I wanna shoot myself, but with no means of connecting my phone to the camera, or live view I'm a little stumped.
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Genuine Question do people consider the Sony a6300 poorfag yet.
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>>3661928
Who cares what your camera is considered as. Care about the pictures you take, and whether the tool does what you want.
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>>3661928
a6300, not yet since it still holds value in the used market
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>>3661951
Agree with you 100% the answer wouldn't change me as a photographer. I was just wondering if >>3662151 was true.

I do notice a lot of people being afraid if certain things are "cheating" or other photographers wont approve of X or Y thing they're doing. I think its all so weird but its not only on /p/ I see this.
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>>3650273
>/p/oorfag thread
So, this is the MFT general right?

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>>3662021
I read that like the S E G A intro
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>>3662164

It's the correct way to announce your intentions for anal.
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'I wonder when I'll get paid for this PR bullshit. And why is this toy camera so fucking tiny?!? I can't hold it, see shit, or mash lil buttons. I cant even.'

- Beiber-boi
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>>3661944
>My penis is just as small as this camera is...
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>>3661944
Millennials... the cringe generation.

How do I work for National geography as a photography?

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>all these 12 year olds talking out their ass
/p/
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>>3662203
You'll even be working for Disney, it's a child's dream! Maybe. Or maybe a boomer child's. Hard to tell.
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>>3661008
Become a leader in the field of biology or anthropology then pick up photography as a hobby.
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>>3662300
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>>3661008
you can work for them FOR FREE

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It seems that basedilled techies like to turn their noses up against DSLRs and heavily shill mirrorless as the "future". Is it because their wrists are too weak to hold a proper DSLR for any amount of time? What's their endgame?

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>>3662284
>this is your brain on film
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>>3662315
>You like to use thing X and I like to use thing Y for doing the same thing, therefore I am superior
Brainlet
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>>3662281
I actually do check under my bed every now and again to look at my Nikon DSLR box slowly gathering more and more dust. And no I'm not a sony/fuji/oly fat I use a Z6.
Also what's with the xe?
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>>3662336
He's accusing you of being a tranny/basedboy because you don't use a DSLR like he does. And since a DSLR weights a few grams more than a mirrorless you must prefer the latter purely because you are too physically weak to carry a DSLR
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>>3662339
Ah I see, thanks anon

Is there anything cringier on IG than naked girls on on grainy film? Why do these types of photos get so many likes and show up on so many explore pages?

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For the same reason there were so many naked girls and tits everywhere in classical art for centuries. We humans like nudes
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>>3653994
Kevin from IT.
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>>3652474
i need her name

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Because they are tasteless cows who want to pass at having taste. It really is trash

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>>3652474
If by cringier you mean I get my dick wet from these, then yes, CRINGE CRINGE CRINGE CRINGE.

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Meant as a broader thread a way for PJs to talk about their work and ask questions

How do you deal with boring assignments? How do you blend truthful storytelling with art? I mean, anyone can take a great photo of a protest, but it takes real skill to turn the boring American lives and businesses into art. I recently had an assignment to cover the reopening of businesses and I feel like the photos were dull. Probably because it just looked like every other day before things closed down.
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>>3661111
checked and based
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bump cause i wouldnt want this to die so fast

>>3660911
>how do you deal with boring assignments
I don't really find myself having the same problem. Mostly I'm just happy to receive and get paid for any assignments that's given to me by my university. My natural interests are more geared towards landscapes, which I'm free to develop in my free time. But when I work, while I still try my best, I can know that this is not the end-all work of my photographic career. Even if the assignment is boring, I can know with a certain comfort that I'm able to express different things in different ways. At least that's how i cope
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>>3660911
>How do you deal with boring assignments?
Most assignments aren't thrilling. However, always keep your camera on and your eyes open for opportunity. Quite often the more interesting images are in the audience, not on the stage.

>How do you blend truthful storytelling with art?
As a photojourno, I'm capturing visuals as the story unfolds. I'm relaying in images to the public what already has been told and supporting a reporter's recounting of the facts. And I'm not making art; I'm taking facts. The intention of art is to persuade. If you're trying to persuade, then you're an editorialist, not a journalist. If you don't know the difference or can't separate the two, get out of the business.

>I feel like the photos were dull.
It happens, and that's life. Remember that your boring photo is made more interesting by the reporting your photo is illustrating. Your mundane podium shot works in concert with the reporting of the speaker's message. Your empty shop is providing the visual for updates on the state of retail and employment.
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>>3662265
>The intention of art is to persuade. If you're trying to persuade, then you're an editorialist, not a journalist.
Then what of people like Nachtwey and McCurry? They blend the two together almost seamlessly.


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