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Last thread: https://archive.nyafuu.org/p/thread/3585474/#3585474

I know how to use my camera better and a bit more about post, and I feel like I'm actually taking worse pictures. Or at least, not as good as I want, but if I wait to only post what I really like I won't post anything.
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>>3601939
I just realized that when exporting from photoshop it wipes exif when converting to sRGB, and only seems to retain exif if I just use "save as", but then if fucks up the colors. I do have the option to check "ICC Profile: ProPhoto RGB" and then it looks right in windows photo gallery, but then won't it be wrong if I upload it? Let's find out.

I've also now lost the ability to autofocus.

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>>3602160
Ok that's very weird, the color is the same shade of wrong in the thumbnail, but displays correctly when I click on it to enlarge. All the previous images that were converted to sRGB have the same colors in the thumb and full size. Can any anons confirm that the picture of the swans is showing different colors for them as well? The thumbnail is an indigo sky and the regular image is light blue (correct) for me.

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>>3602176
LAnScApE PhOtOgRaPhY

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>>3602591
flyyy me to the mooon

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>>3602624
tfw you post something only to realize you forgot to disable f.lux

He’s a cutie
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>>3593155
I bought a scanner

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>>3593040
It took so fucking long to get her to be still with the hat long enough to get a proper pic.

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>>3602296
friend of mine had a blind cat identical to that one
she was a sweety

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nice to see you folks are still taking photos, awesome more and more photo threads here recently which is heartwarming.

spent 2019 wherever I could get the cheapest flight tickets to, met new /p/eople and some old friends and one of my photo-senpai

some are reposts, some are new, no particular order probably
enjoy
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i'll continue my humble thoughts
>>3602078 since you've posted new photos

>>3602092
i like it a lot

>>3602094
fantastic

>>3602098
highlights seem blown out but i'm guessing from previous pics that's your thing, it's a nice photo

>>3602100
i really like it but hate your post processing again. i know i know it's on purpose but whatever


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>>3602503
who are you and why are you being so nice
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Far too many photos to give any kind of thoughtful crit. Start curating what you post.
Slightly ironic as the board needs more photo threads.
These are the ones that on a shallow browse resonated with me:

>>3602055
>>3602062
>>3602068 love it
>>3602069
>>3602074
>>3602092
>>3602100
>>3602115 Great shot
>>3602164
>>3602170
>>3602177

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excuse the resolution, lost the original but found a copy on /wg/ archives
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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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>>3600799
Its not so much that i want to take them on phone its that i dont have anything else sadly
>>3600805
I am gonna buy actuall camera when i save up enough money, even 300 dollars is a lot of money round these parts
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>>3600827
No need to be ashamed of taking pics with your phone. I think quite some people on here started out that way.
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Bemp!
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gotta be honest I haven't seen or though of any good on topic shots all week, but here's a very low-effort snapshit to keep the thread bumped and encourage people to do something so this doesn't end up with third place. 9 more days!

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My bro send me this pic , I thing is a witch house album but is a social network like Facebook but satanic

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Mountains are more beautiful and intricate than we give them credit for.

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>>3602436
>1/640
Lol. Maybe you shouldn't take landscapes with a vibrating platform and cell phone sensor with meme branding. You are no Hassy shooter, lol.
>ISO 100
Looks like 3200. Instead of buying shitty toys, consider real gear and getting your fat ass out of your car and committing to a shot that takes longer than 30 seconds to plan and execute.
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>>3602277
Only shot here that isn't insultingly soft and it's m43
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>>3602222
Lmao did you buy a lunar too
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>obnoxious BZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ
>yeaaah bro right on awesome dude!
Drone shooters are the worst
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>>3602440
This but not as rude

Ilford needs data to make better products.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/darkroomprinting?fbclid=IwAR3A7v6OikvbVTtpIq7L7IcfMENAeXL9PVmWaec6iJSJQ5ofaBQmUyGBBF8

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>>3601901
hey, what's your trip?
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>>3601977
I would 100% trade my current (huge) enlarger for a small, modern one that I'd be able to set up more easily

it would be cool to see a kickstarter or something for a compact/folding enlarger with LED light and integrated controller
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>>3602287
This is 4chan/nel after all. That's been par for the course since the beginning.

>>3602295
I don't use a single one anymore. Now, I just use a random one on a per-thread basis, but not one used from thread to thread since that is never needed. Even then there's usually never a reason to use one.

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>>3601883
Lmao tripfags btfo
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>>3602524
Secure trips changing became a big problem on /ck/, a few times, when something staff did wrecked all secure trips. Normal trips have worked fine for over a decade.

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ever get harassed by thots when your out shooting?
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>>3594541
How often do you look at men’s assholes?
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>>3593489
>trots
is this a Trotsky joke?
if so, bravo.
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>>3593922
>know something
>suggest a polarizing filter to somehow brighten a face
They were right, it isn't possible.
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>>3592355
No
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>>3594822
A d850 isn't a big cumbersome setup you fatty

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Thought I'd make my own thread.

First one was taken somewhere around San Gimignano, Italy

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>>3595819
unfortunately I no longer have the original for >>3592101

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>>3596154
Is this shot at night?
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>>3596163
Yes
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bamp
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Huh, guess I should post again

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Any anons using this to scan 35mm? Tried 3 different apps and all sorts of settings, but cant seem to get a sharp image. I know it´s a fairly common flatbed scanner and most people seem to get good results from it. Am i retarded?
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>>3601464
>Wait, remove dust etc.
>I think I'm lazy enough to have a automatic system able to scan a whole roll of flm while waiting for it
Automatic feed of a whole roll is extremely convenient. You spend 10-15' for a low res index scan, you dial in your settings for each frame, and then you max out all settings (resolution, infrared dust removal, even multiexposure) press batch scan and let it do its thing for 2 hours or so, unattended. While you do whatever.

The reason to go with the reflecta is definitely the whole roll thing, and not the extra bit of resolution. For almost all films you get diminishing returns after ~3000-3500dpi. Including ISO100 slides. Only microfilms (adox cms 20 and the like) and maybe Rollei 25 RPX benefit from more resolution.
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Anyone have any experience with the Nikon Coolscan IV?
My dad has one lying around since his days shooting analog. I just got a V600 for medium format, curious if the Coolscan would be better for 35mm.
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>>3595947
I had this for about a week then returned it and bought a plustek 8100. Did side by side comparisons-- MUCH sharper scans. Only downside is no 120mm scanning anymore.
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>>3602482
it will absolutely be better for your 35mm shots.

from what i remember the actual effective resolution of the v600 is only like 1200dpi or something, but a Nikon scanner will be much closer to the number they advertise, whatever that is for the Coolscan IV.

i bought a Coolscan V a little while ago and it's night and day compared to a flatbed for 35mm.

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>>3602482
im this guy >>3602496
Our school library had a COOLSCAN V. Which made some really great scans. Expensive but worth it if youre doing it for a job or have a ton of film to scan.
The V600 is honestly a purely budget choice and like others have sad, will be silghty out of focus at close zoom no matter what.

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Harry Callahan and Brett Weston made it look so easy.

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The board has really slowed down.
Is there a discord or IRC or something where everybody fled to?

Pic unrelated; it's redscaled Colorplus 200 show through a blue filter. Almost looks normal, doesn't it?
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no its just shit

come to ##photogeeks or ##photography on freenode
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>>3600393
This board is just awful. It's just people shitting on each other's gear and photographs.
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>>3600691
>t. phone-snapshitter
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>>3600691
He's actually right.
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>>3600691
BRO FF DONT BUY MFT

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Do selfies possess merits?
/X/ here, I can believe these steal your soul and confirm Amish suspicions.
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>>3602468
>Do selfies possess merits?
Yours do, for me.

Regards
Mark Zuckerberg

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Went to a photography store today to get a print done. I sat down at the booth and readied my phone. I was expecting the machine to let me select the photo I wanted to print from the right directory. Instead it scans and scans and scans.
100. 1000. 10000 photos.
Oh no I think, I know what this pos machine is scanning. Frantically, I unplug my phone but it's too late "the device is safe to remove".
Thousand of sonic porn, furry and generally disgusting images pop up on the screen asking me to select which image I want to print.
I turn 360 degrees and walk straight out. To make matters worse the machne is connected to the internet so I'm pretty sure they in some eternal cache.

And that's why I decided to buy a large format printer.
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>>3601179
what you want me to explain the machine? it was some fuji piece of shit with a track ball for a mouse. you had to agree not to print "offensive" material. and it starts scanning your phone super fast
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>>3601166
>board wrecking wojak pity larp posting
Fuck off.
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>>3601182
Kodak machines. Next time use Bluetooth transfer and file dropping instead of "scan phone for pictures"
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>>3601692
(Cont)
Almost happened to me where I knew there were pictures of my dick getting sucked and ex gfs on my phone and nude selfies and I unplugged that shit real fucking quick when I saw it was scanning everything
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>>3601166
I always look sad and i have eye problems and i walked past a legless wheelchair bound man taking a picture of a flower and he probably thought i was crying over him

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Last one was breddy gud, let's try it again.

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>>3602227
>What the fuck is that animal? It's awesome.
That's a common marmoset. Here we call it "sagüi" (to be more specific, "sagüi-do-tufo-branco).

>Your edits are way too contrasty for me
I guess you're right. It's the second anon that tells me this. Usually I just crush the blacks when the dark areas are already pretty dark, but this seems to happen a lot (I guess it's the type of light I search for).

>you're crushing the blacks harder than the confederate government
Iol!

>Clone stamp out those two birds that are cut off and this is a serious winner
Will consider. I had something like three or four frames of this scene... this one was the most "clean" I got, I'm afraid. :(


Thank you, glad you like some of them!
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>>3602234
Hmm, yeah... when this kind of thing happens, I just keep the imperfections. The only things I removed lately were dust spots from my sensor.

But I guess this is a grey area of photography. I was more severe about these things, until I saw what Steve McCurry does to some of his photographs... he's way, way more agressive than I'll ever be with editing things to clean his scenes. I feel I can't condemn.
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Genuine question, is zoo photography wildlife photography?
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>>3602317
No.
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>>3602317

Are the animals "wild"? No, of course not, so, therefore, it's not WILDlife. It's animal photography.


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