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Mieng Tieng quits photography, moves into low quality watch manufacturing:

https://blog.mingthein.com/2020/08/30/full-circle/

>I confirm the suspicions you’ve been having: MT the writer and mingthein.com are both going into retirement. Between the demands of my ‘other’ job, not being able to travel, and trying not to repeat myself – I’ve run out of things to say. There really isn’t anything meaningful which we have not covered on this site in the usual rational, systematic fashion with plenty of images –
>Yes, I go through a lot of gear. No, it isn’t for the sake of having the Next Best Thing or some sort of placebo – it’s because I’m in search of what I think of as envelope; the ability to achieve very specific creative objectives, which change – and therefore so must the tools.
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>>3765052
That's not the worst thing. I've hand stitched a leather case for my tablet. Tough, heavy duty leather. Rush job. And I've all my stitches straight.
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>>3765247
Spoiler: project harder
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>>3764809
Why anyone would spend thousands on those wrist fedoras is honestly beyond me.
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>>3765247
Cope faggot, many here shoot for fun
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this is old news, anon.

i used to read MT's blog religiously until he went off to Hasselblad and had that Olympus shill doing posts (which were FINE but not the same).

The watches are cool, but $$$ for an Asian microbrand. Something about it seems fishy.

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Where do I get started with Mirrorless?
Should I actually invest in a digital Fuji?
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>>3767484
>no performance benefits
>MFT is the most cost effective system to buy into
The absolute cope lmao
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>>3767453
Actually I have a full frame camera, but like I said, APS-C is the minimum acceptable. That doesn't mean it's good enough for me personally. But that's more of a personal preference and a reflection of my income.

>>3767484
Fucking top kek. Olympanon reincarnated!
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>>3767516
I mean...
The performance advantages are a good depth of field and 2x crop giving you higher equivalent focal lengths compared to APS or FF sensors.
The only disadvantage is high ISO shooting, and when it comes to the likes of Canon, Leica and Fujifilm equipment, you're paying a pretty hefty premium.

If I were to switch off of MFT to a FF system, I'd pick the L-Mount Sigma fp. But even that's a pretty high price tag for a system that doesn't really offer me many advantages beyond better performance at higher ISO.
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>>3767545
You mean like that 150-400mm $7.5k lens that was just announced thats equivalent to f/9?

Or the $1000 12-35mm 2.8? (5.6 equivalent)
Or the $1400 42.5mm 1.2? (2.4 equivalent)
Or the $1700 50-200mm 2.8-4? (4-8 equivalent)

Or the $1200 to $1600 bodies?

The Fuji 18-55mm 2.8-4 is $700 4-5.5 equivalent, partly faster than the 12-35mm

The Sony 24-70mm f/4 is $700, and there’s no equivalent in MFT as you’d need a 12-35mm f/2.

The Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 is $880 and 2 stops faster the 12-35mm f/2.8 with ISO performance taken into account.


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>>3767595
Also I forgot to mention that the Sony 28-70mm 3.5-5.6 kit lens is only $400. It’s equivalent of a 14-35mm 1.8-2.8

Also the Canon 24-105mm 4-7.1 kit lens is also only $400 - equivalent of a 12-50mm 2-3.5, also has lens based IS.

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Come here to avoid the election shitposting 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 >>3743418

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

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>>3767370
I mean I agree with your sentiment but that anon has a lot of learning to do. He is claiming >>3759769 was lighted by a single source.
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>>3767341
you have nameless background jackie chan grunt level Google-Fu if you didn't find this thread in the first pages of results

http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthread.php?68292-Iris-pulling/page2

to be fair, apparently iris racking is a more common name.

Some good examples you can find on Netflix are:

>Million Dollar Baby -- Opening shot of movie starts out side of building and as camera passes into doorway and inside boxng gym the iris opens several stops to compensate. It was a Steadicam shot so this was likely done with a remote iris motor such as a Preston FIZ.

>Cutter's Way -- Garden Party sequence near end of film. Character passes from outside into house and the camera views though the window. The iris opens up several stops as the character moves indoors. This was a dolly shot and appears to have been done manually it was back in 1980).

>White Nights -- Camera mounted on open jeep as it drives from inside an aircraft hangar out into hard, bright sunlight. Upon transition to exterior, the image quickly snaps down in exposure by at least three stops. This was likely NOT an iris pull but instead a manual shutter adjustment, which is something that could be done near-instantly with a lever on the rear panel of a Mitchell or Panavision camera. This film was from back in 1985 and shot by the very talented David Watkin -- amazing what trics he could elegantly use. I would bet .001% of the audience which saw this film even noticed that there was anything special about this particular shot, even if they were photographically trained.


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>>3767381
oh of course
you seem to be the lesser of the people that jumped down his throat
but I can see what he is trying to talk about and unlike all the others that seemed to get a bug up their ass and disregard all of what he is saying and trying to formulate into words and understanding
so I merely only wish to help him disregard their pettiness
I believe the best way for someone to learn is to actually participate in the action rather than through acadamia
of course it's more than simple lighting tricks but he can't understand that without being in motion, to actually hold and postion lights and to see with his very eyes how they cast themselves, how and what they add to the picture
anyways my friend I wish you the best in your own works
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>>3767331
If you shoot real estate videos sometime you can pull the iris or rack the iris to prevents windows from blowing out so you can see the landscape views outside of windows in the expensive houses that you are pulling.
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>>3767340
>>3767385
oh this clears it up thanks i still want my clickless aperture lenses to not be that too bad rip

You know the drill. Post your gram, but you have to review others.
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Is it a bad idea to upload inconsistent photos? I'm new so I haven't found a style. I shoot portraits, abstract, timelapses, and whatever else I'm practicing. I generally take the seven best photos after a week and upload 1 per day over the next week.
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>>3766047
It kinda is, instagram is optimized for monothematic stuff. Sucks but it is what it is.
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Babby's first account

https://www.instagram.com/ne0n__l1ghts/?hl=en

I'm not giving any advice cause I don't know myself what I'm doing since I just opened it
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>>3763219
Top cringe.
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>>3767495
Why do you feel that way? Those photos are fine and this type of picture report is pretty rare imo. He obviously doesn't speak English all that well so you could even cut him some slack for his poor writing.

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Hey /p/. Pls help I have a small question.

What would you recon is the best Nikon DSLR I could purchase that has a Nikon F mount? My budget is £300
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>>3765461
That's for faulty ones lmao
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>>3764913
>D5600
D5200 is the last nice one, they made a tiny grip in the later ones
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>>3764956
>digital meme
Film is the bigger meme nowadays lol.
Early digital was a meme but today it's a no brainer.
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>>3765489
you mean, downgrade
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>>3765475
>pretty much the only lens you'll really need
The 35mm f2 could be also considered an obligatory lens for it. Shame Nikon never made a full metal D version of it.

I have a son, and friends that don't take photos.
Often ask for "dramatic" pics or "pics with impact".
I'm sure everyone here will agree these pics are outside of what we normally do, but they've been incredibly well received.
For me, I feel it's going outside of "photography" and into "graphic art" or something, but it seems this is what a lot of people want right now.
I'll post a few examples.
Would appreciate if you would share what you've done on this front, and share your thoughts.
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>>3763874
>Also at 6400 so got that FILM LOOK.
kek, based
>The clouds and boat actually make it kind of interesting. Sorry. Great clouds.
Aw, I fucked up then.
>>3763875
That's because I was going for the boomer/normalfag's first photo aesthetic, not the pretentious Fuji tranny from /p/ aesthetic lol
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>people intentionally trying to take bad pics still take better pics than the average fujifag
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Fuji trannies still haven't recovered from this
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>>3756792
photography is the honest portrayal of real life events via recorded image in black and white or color, acceptable adjustments to make it look true to life in the eye of the photog are still photography

everything else is art
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>>3767290
kek

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post images you've taken that you're proud of so we can roast them
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Taken with a Pentax K1000 on a tripod in FL Keys.

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>>3764479
Started using gradients to give the background more life and I'm trying to get the birds to "pop" more, but I'm very proud of this shot

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I about died getting my fat ass up Clingman's Dome to get this.

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>>3766996
>cones are misaligned, but just a tiny bit
the purpose of this thread was to make others kinda-hurt you, not the other way around

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Would you rather
>a small APS-C camera with a fixed 30mm f/1.1 lens and a base iso of 50
or
>a normal sized full frame camera with a fixed 50mm f/1.8 and a base iso of 100
or
>a bigboy 645 medium format camera with a fixed 80mm f/2.9 lens and a base iso of 200
the choice is yours anons
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645 for sure for the bigger sensor and longer focal length lens compression

>>3763261
Recovering xpan fag here, this actually would be ideal and in the spirit of the op's question kinda splitting the difference between all three configs.
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Full frame with 50mm 1.8.
It gives the just right amount of DoF, it does not blow the background off completely, but it gives subject separation. You can get pictures with context when you just step back little bit.
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>>3767063
With stated apertures, you'll get very similar depth of field.
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>>3766998
It depends on lens quality. Larger the lens, easier to manufacture. But more expensive to manufacture. Weird conundrum.
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>>3762831
If price is all the same it doesn’t matter, and if the lenses are designed properly they’ll be the same size more or less. It might be easier for the 645 and it’s lens to deliver more detail with a more pixel dense sensor than it would for APSC and 1.1. But outside of that they should be the same, APSC more compact with smaller body and internals.

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How does one start their career in the fine world of /p/hotography ?
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>>3764493
>Potential clients
How hard would it be to find one as per your experience?
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>>3764470
You don't. Avoid it.

These are the only things that can happen for you:

All these people and their family will dislike your photos and think they're shit.

They like the photos, but they will remember you as the guy who does photos for free and advertise your cost ($0) to everyone you've ever known. Now everyone else you try to charge will be mad and think they're getting ripped. They'll say, but you did it for them for free!

These people you shot for free will want photos again, for free. Because why would you be worth anything? You've already established your time and work is worthless.

Maybe you're thinking, if I charge them $0 they won't expect anything from me. It'll be easy!
WRONG. You'll get demands about editing, people demanding all your RAW files (because they dont want your shitty editing, doesnt matter if you think its good - they want the raws to use filters themselves. If you're really lucky they'll post their repulsive horrible raw edits on instagram and tag you). If you say No to anything, they will get mad and demand you delete all your photos of them, saying they dont give you permission for anything (after all since you're worthless you obviously had no contract or model release).

I could go on.

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>>3765065
Will keep in mind. Thanks anon.
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>>3764008
Is going to school for photography not worth it? Mostly only viable as a hobby first, then part time work?
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>>3763694
no

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>be me
>buy camera to fight mental health issues
>don't want to spend more time in front of a computer (already a web dev for work)

I know the whole "do what you want/enjoy" but how much am I missing out on by not doing raw+post? Is it 10% of the result? Is it 80%?

Am I doomed?

D3400 with 18-55 AF-P kit
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>>3766200
What's the point just use your phone
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>>3766200
Are you me in the future?
Hello!
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>>3766200
>decide to try shooting in raw
>13 gb of snapshits in one day
>back to jpg

Y'all must be rich in hard drives
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>>3766990
1 Tb hard drives are cheap as fuck.
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>>3767006
I use 1tb for half a year.

Anyone fix their own shit? You do fix your own cameras, don't you?

My most recent repair, RF calibration, basic CLA on this Fuji GS645S. The rod that slides the RF back and forth was gunked up and I pulled it apart and cleaned it.
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>>3767118

Should be the same as an AE1
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>>3767401
Problem is that I need this big ass chunky battery compartment. The whole winder costs alot of money so I hoped that I could pick up some spare battery compartment from a broken unit.

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>>3762471
that pcb is fucked, if you had the schematic you could order a new board
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>>3767481
that does look like me

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18.11.2020
German Federal Parliament passes a law that puts Covid-19 at the same stage as tuberculosis
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Protests in front of the constitutional court

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based krauts
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Yup these are clearly sane and upstanding citizens.
Notice how incels and schizos seethe at covid rules while normies just flat out ignore them and go on with their day?

Who uses this? Ive been shooting with it for a while and would like to know what's possible
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I'd say this thing does fine fir what its worth.

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>>3756853
YOU tell us.

>venture forth towards other 4chan lands of boards
>pillage and plunder photographic artefacts of quality posted out there
>bring them all back and exhibit them here for posterity

[super extra bonus points for rare content unearthed with [exif] intact]
[super turbo extra bonus points to explorers succumbing to bannhammer disease]
[negative demerit points for returning with exhibits not featuring photographic material]
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>>3767423

Red dot me about Ming Thein.
Is he a fraud as they say?
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>>3764041
> 2 watches
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>>3764179
>thinking it's about Leica's and not Goerz Artar's
Do you 135babbies ever get tired of being inferior to LF master race?
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>>3764182
He literally owns a watch company.

https://ming.watch/
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>>3764186
>Imagine spending $9K to get a watch that says MING CHING CHONG
OK Ming
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>>3764041
>Is he a fraud
He is now.

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