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Yeah yeah, we're all cool photographers who take really serious pictures and who would never stoop to taking facebook-tier pics of our cats and dogs but if by some kind of miracle you've taken some, post them.

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Post disgusting edits or bad Instagram profiles that have obviously bought followers.
Pic real is both deep fried picture and the account has over 50k followers lol.

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Paul is still here dying on the his hill of shit photography and McDonald’s lmao
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>>3804962
shut the fuck up, way to prove you are as dumb as a rock. Go read about the company before posting, retard.
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>>3804973
You can't even answer a simple question, lol.
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Please stay on topic friends.

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>>3804975
Ok, answer me a simple question: why are you dumb fuck?

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post your architecture photography
comfy thread ahead

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>>3798230
you can do perspective correction in post

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>>3796875
nice lol
>>3791132
ROFFAAAAA

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>>3796974
on a desktop? no, not really, I open it in another tab and it auto formats to my monitor size. does it not do that for you? maybe idk what your talking about
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Hey /p/ I'm a retard, anyway I'm having trouble deciding if I should spend my money on a piece of gear in hopes of making my footage look better.

Without getting too much into it, my hobby is to film people fight with different weapons, not theatrical but more like a sport so no rehearsals or double takes or planning plus it happens outside so no control over the light as well.
After trying some things with the camera just on a tripod I realized that by itself it's not that interesting and some hits and exchanges can be missed because of the placement of the fighters.
One solution that I think can work is to be more dynamic with my camera which is what brings me to ask this question here, basically I got the idea of getting a gimbal from Markus Rothkranz and I'm having doubts because of everyone else's "controversial" opinion of why you DON'T need a gimbal and should get a glidecam instead.
I am still leaning towards a gimbal because I speculate that I will be able to achieve a far bigger variety of shots with a gimbal then a glidecam, top down or semi birds eye view being one of them. It does not help that the people that advocate for a glidecam all use a bog standard, cookie cutter, medium shot of a back of a typical dude bro, racism is bad faggot walking in front of a camera followed by an arc shot of him standing while trying to muster his last 3 braincels to force a deep look on his face while staring at fucking nothingness.
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>>3804638
60fps looks like shit lol, video game aesthetic. Tasteless gimmick for fools with no taste.
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>>3804637
Because others have more experience with those things and can either confirm or deny my speculations
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>>3804638
60 fps video is way older. The ability to shoot 24 fps outside of film is a recent development

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>>3804880
3CCD is so fucking based holy shit. On par with Foveon.
Also I think the reason they took so long to allow 24fps in video are broadcast standards. They also have something to do with the dreaded 23.976, the color goes encoded in the remaning bandwidth or something like that. A relic from the B&W days.
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>>3804935
Yeah the dvx was the first iirc to even be able to do approximate 24p with in an in camera 3:2 pulldown into a 60i/29.97 signal. Pure 24p wouldn't be possible until we got rid of tape

What is the brightest f-stop you'll ever need?

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>>3798020
For portraits anything below 1.8 FF is a meme. Night landscapes or night action shots might benefit from 1.4 or 1.0. "might"
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>>3798020
<= f1.4 for instagram bokehwhoring
>= f4 for precious memories
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Love my Zeiss 85 1.2 and Canon 200mm 1.8
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>>3798020
I own lenses down to f1.2 and have never actually needed any faster than f1.8. I have used my f1.4 lenses at f1.4 for artistic effect but in an iq maximized situation I’d just go a bit higher on iso than sacrifice the sharpness and lack of CA that 1.8 had vs 1.4
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>>3804752
>Zeiss 85 1.2 and Canon 200mm 1.8
Bread on lenses

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• Theme: Water
• Deadline: From January 22 to February 5

Feature water in your photography.
Snow and ice, glaciers and hale, rivers and puddles, bathtubs and bottles. Everything with H2O.

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. There will be one vote per anon.
• You're encouraged to post your images that fit the theme even if they're out of competition.
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>>3804705
#3

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>>3802806
can u post links to the pics cuz strawpoll doesn't let me select text for some gay reason
also what was the theme?
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>>3804903

Link to the thread: >>3793595
Photos are as posted.
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Please accept this goose

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>>3804924
And these power lines, both taken yesterday 24th, and I see the date on jpg I saved, but it's stripped when I upload files here for some reason.
I only recently switched to capture one, so I'm probably doing something wrong with export.

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..Am I a talented photographer?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qghUt4HLXqs

Oh, I can't believe my eyes

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bn-yp836vX4

And in my bones I feel the warmth

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That's coming from inside

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdrE32cyKC8

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Oh, look
What's this?
They're hanging mistletoe, they kiss

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>>3790118
sure why not

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drop your all-time, in photography history, favorite facial portraits...............

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>>3800803
how exactly
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>>3798314
Terry Richardson was really the last good american photographer. Not just a photographer he was an artists. showed the seedy world of celebrities, drug culture and debauchery of the 2000s.

All the photographers now are just safe commercial brand friendly people. nothing edgy or cutting edge about them. I don't think anyone could do his work today in america at least
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>>3803829
this anon knows best,
very well said, A+ post!
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>>3803829
THIS
/thread
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>>3803829

I COULDN'T AGREE MORE.

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been sitting on this project for a while. i think its time to share.

1/12

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My dad works commercial real estate and most of these look cleaner than most vacated commercial spaces I saw growing up. A lot of times, we would go into these spaces to "scavenge" the stuff that the tenant had left, like neon signs, slat-wall, furniture, old printers, even a pricetag applicator, which my mom threw away because she was afraid I would stick a price tag in someone's skin. So your photos are a nice trip down memory lane for me.
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>>3804397
that's nice to hear, anon. not all of them were as clean as the ones i'm showing but they didn't make the cut. see pic.
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>>3803295
This is a pretty neat idea. I can see where you're going with the emptiness of the rooms you shoot, but sometimes you don't do a great job or are too focused on the entirety of the room to effectively capture them. A lot of these come across as "just a room" as result:
>>3803309
>>3803305
>>3803304
are the most egregious examples of this. Others are too busy, and I get that you're going for a narrative, but this apparent desire to capture the room in its entirety is holding you back here; your narrative kind of gets confused and lost in the room. Poetic, really, but I don't think that's what you should go for. You can debate me on that.
I'd suggest you branch out in terms of composition. The dead-on framing and one-point perspective works really well for some, but not so much for others:
>>3803295
>>3803302
>>3803310
are the best examples of it working really well, because the subject itself is so off-balance or, in the case of the last one, imposing that you really get a feeling of uneasiness; in others, this feeling is conveyed by the darkness of the room or what's hidden from view. >>3803301
is one of my favourites for that reason, because you have the open door whose opening you can't see, and the staircase that just leads to nowhere; you see the beginning, but the end is unknowable. >>3803297 is another favourite
because there's the visible decay of the wallpaper, the overall drab colour palette, and that fantastic line on the floor leading *almost* to the open door, canting off at the last second in the implied direction of the room that lays beyond the door. Your eye follows the line but you don't actually get to see what it implicitly leads too because that's hidden from view. Very nice. I'll go back to my earlier comment about composition, though, because I think this shot overall suffers because you didn't put all too much thought into the framing here, and it's not as strong as it could be.
Overall, keep developing this project
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Nice, I have one like that if you don't mind me posting in your thread.
>>3803295
Obviously cool due to the pattern in the ceiling
>>3803297
>>3803298
>>3803300
>>3803301
>>3803304
great textures and layering in all of these
The other ones where it's just a bland void receding into the distance, you should look for something to add to that somehow.

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>>3804610
This one is way dope btw, I get that it doesn't fit the mnml aesthetic of the others but I really like it

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Group f.64 were charlatans. They were art scene hucksters that gained attention bragging about using existing and emerging technology. They were in the right place at the right time is all. An astute modern day high school student with a with under a $1000 in used digital gear could recreate and one up them in a few weekends of fooling around.
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>>3804825
Why recreate the past? Shooting film or using film presets in lightroom to salvage americana new topo snapshits is on the same level of stupid
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>>3804803
>Without these guys
It doesn't matter. It would have been a different group of artists if not them. The opportunity to be the first to work with the technology they had made them who they are. Not the other way around.
>>3804825
Because I am not a "astute modern day high school student." Historically soon there will be a group of artists that are the f64 of digital cameras and photoshop. There has to be. Film is not the be all end all of photography. Time moves on and so does art.
>>3804808
Just because you can't do it doesn't mean others can't. In time the process will become so automated it won't matter anyway. The only real issue now is corporations are holding out on delivering tech as part of long term business plans. A focus stacking app was even available for Windows Nokia phones. It was Lumia All In Focus. It did all the focus stacking and blending into one image. The technology is there. Scumbag corporations hording patents is why such technology is not available yet.
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>>3804823
f/180 is a thing with large format too
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>>3804874
Name some photographers that you consider better than this group
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>>3804783
>An astute modern day high school student with a with under a $1000 in used digital gear could recreate and one up them in a few weekends of fooling around.
Yes and any 5 year old could do a mir'o painting or whatever. But they did it first, that's worth something.

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haven't been here in a while, time to post some snapshits

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getting spamfiltered for some reason

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>>3804246
glad u like em, if you want you can get a dp1 quite cheap, guess I paid 100 euros for mine (tho it broke after a while lel), dp2 is a bit more rare, but it has the 50mm f/2.8 lens instead of the wider and max f/4 lens of the dp1.
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>>3801670
cool

>>3801659
Most interesting one but you feel there was something better to do to oppose the two buildings, like using a more neutral point of view
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>>3804766
Thanks for having a look, yeah the water tower is just a snapshit and I could've thought it through more

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Instagram rate thread! Have these things been banned or why isn't there one in the catalog?

Anyway, to kick off the thread, I propose we do things a little differently:
Each anon not only rates the others' profiles, but also recommends one indoor shooting idea and one for outdoor, based on the shooter's style.

Don't be a willy - If you want feedback, you need to provide 3 positives and 3 negatives about profiles previously posted. I'll follow this rule as soon as there's replies.

Bear in mind: if you use IG for anything else other than networking and having an easily accessible (albeit compressed to shit) portfolio, you're ngmi. Most of the mainstream instagram aesthetic is for vapid teens with self-image problems and McKinnon-type influencers that want to sell you their presets meant for overcooking. I'd be more than willing to be proven otherwise tho, share profiles you like as well, if you've got any.
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>>3803729
Yeah... I have to confess that I did this when I started, I liked a lot of dumb pictures just to get attention.
But now I genuinely appreciate the picture I press like on sooo what's wrong with that? I just want to follow people from which I like the work and get a follow back if I can.
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>>3803768

The point is the fact that you want your followers to do the same for you
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>>3804737
>the point is that you want your followers to give you fake likes to return a favor
No thanks, that's cancer.
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Bought my first camera shortly after the pandemic started, what do you guys think? I know I don't really like a consistent editing style or anything

I don't really feel in a place to give feedback on anyone else
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>>3804861
very nice. Especially since you just started not too long ago.

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Why do I look different in my phone camera than in my house mirror?
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>>3799765
Where's the difference?
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okay fuck this thread
so im looking in the mirror after my shower and thinking about what anon wrote
and wtf
why is the left and right image flipped but not up and down flipped?!
how the fuck does the mirror know which axis to flip
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>>3804739
>how does mirror work?????
Based retard poster
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>>3804739
Your question is so similar to what this video answers that I suspect you may be intentionally invoking it, but either way:
https://youtu.be/vBpxhfBlVLU
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>>3804739
This seeming paradox says more about how we think about the world because our brains are developed to navigate on a plane than it does about how mirrors work. If you think about it absolute directions of east and west are preserved in a mirror just as up and down are.

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mf is the only thing that can capture her glowing warmth
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>>3804200
>It's either too washed out or too contrasty.
This is a mental block, I guess everyone had it at first.
Don't be afraid to sacrifice shadow detail. Most well shot negatives, and even more saw RAWs, have way more shadow detail than you need.
The mental block is, since you saw that detail, you feel "bad" losing it. If however you saw just the edited pic with slightly crushed shadows, you'd never miss that detail. And no viewer will ever miss it either. Because it really isn't important, and sometimes even distracts from the image. So let go.
I suggest you edit some shots to the point where you think you crushed the shadows a bit too much. Let that sink in for a couple days, checking the edited pictures a couple times but without checking the original. Then check the original and you tell me which one makes for a more striking, aesthetically pleasing image.

>Also, how did you get the skin gradient so good?
I didn't, the film designer did.
I really didn't touch the skin tones at all.
After setting black and white points, and fixing the cast, everything fell into place. As a sanity check, I got the picker (for neutral grays, for WB) and clicked on the door that is obviously supposed to be neutral. Very tiny difference, almost imperceptible. Which means even the white balance "fixed itself" by taking care of the cast and black/white points.
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>>3800209
lmao
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>>3800125
not beautiful, and not brave. bold is valid
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>>3804273
>>3804282
Thanks a lot for your answer. I tried to replicate your edit with levels and curves, and it's result quite similar.

>What is relevant though is some basic colour theory.
I will look into that. I've been doing a lot of black and white and now I feel it's time to get my colors right.

>if there's a cast there
This is something I will experiment with. My colors aren't bad, but you can tell they're something I don't quite get right as of now. One of my recent edits were more "harmonized" color wise, because I adjusted selective colors.

Thanks for your reply, it was very helpful for me.
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>>3804850
Cheers anon.
And yeah selective colour is a great tool to get the "palette" you like. It's the easiest and most foolproof way to get a custom palette by manipulating the camera's default palette, without having to balance 3 colour curves from scratch.
Incidentally, it's also the easiest way to emulate film, or make one film look like another if you're so inclined. Since each film has in a way some form of those settings "baked in", and now you can adjust them.

If you find some values that you consistently like, you can even make a preset. Then you can get a very good starting point for your editing, and finetuning specific shots when needed. You might like, say, a specific preset for portraits, another for nature, another for night shots with high contrast, etc. etc. .

>See some chads doing awesome street photography online
>Go for a walk for one hour with my film camera
>Take one picture
>Go home

Am I the only retard struggling at this ? Or is street photography a huge meme ?
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>>3794057
>People are becoming more and more afraid and suspicious of cameras held by other people.

I've had mixed experiences. Skaters HATE it when you take photos because it stresses them out which is understandable. Foreigners often put their hands out, I suspect they believe I'm stealing their soul.

Anyway, good for you if you do it but I can't do street anymore. Just not a fun experience and when I look back at my images I feel some shame. Maybe I would feel different about it if I was actually good at it but whatever.

I now go out and draw/paint. People are MUCH more accepting of that (I often end up having a chat with someone and sometimes I even give them my portrait).
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>>3802577
>stay mad that i'm out there almost every night doing this
no one's mad about you taking snapshits in a street
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>>3802616
if you're using 135mm maybe you're not quite the chad you think you are
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>>3793550
>Or is photography a huge meme
FTFY
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>>3804815
>Foreigners often put their hands out, I suspect they believe I'm stealing their soul.
Kek not at all anon. What kind of foreigners?
In med culture, putting your hands out means "what are you doing / why did you do that?" or "what's up? what do you want?".




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