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Lost all of my old photos because my phone went into a never ending boot loop. This is one of the few I found saved in Snapchat. They all remind me of old memories but I wish I could get them all back.

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>>3707004
Based
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>>3706995
>You are killing our hobby.

Much as I dislike using a telephone to take photos this response is just childish
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I don't usually post here, but I'm pretty proud of this one.

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Iphone XR

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It's been a while, post photo using vintage glass.

Minolta 70-210 f4 beercan
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>>3706428
The e-pl8 is the only digital camera I own so - yeee I got quite a lot of photos taken with it. (I had the chance to try a Nikon d3300 and Sony a7r iii at some point)
I really like it and can't really imagine changing any time soon. The high ISO performance isn't all that great but it works well enough for what I'm trying to do. An additional knob like on the penF would be neat but since I'm using manual lenses 90% of the time I don't exactly need it that much. I found that it's ergonomics are ideal for using manual lenses. I don't use the focus peaking since it misses focus 90% of the time, but the button to zoom in on a certain point of the screen to check focus makes it easy as heck to get focus right every time. It's a really intuitive process. It also looks really pretty with a little leather case on it - that's important too, right?

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>>3706329
f/8 at roughly 30 meters. The Minolta is a rangefinder lens and still suffer from field curvature at this aperture. Both lenses can't go past f/16.
You can tell the building is in focus, and not the clouds in the 2nd pic.

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>>3706428
>There is a specific version of the lens
Yay, the Auto-S, pic related. So you have a chrome nose or a G.Zuiko? Coating is mainly for flare resistance - difference of contrast should be minimal or easily corrected in post.

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>>3706428
All the MC versions are the same, even the ones that don’t say MC. The “late serial numbers are the best myth” stems from a single test and was just sample variance. If the coating reflects purple and green rather than yellow then it’s an MC.
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>>3707041
Mine is a G.Zuiko Auto-S with a black nose. Nice photo also.

>>3707111
Yeah the later serial number is what I was referring to

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How would you go about improving this portrait in post processing? I want to add polish to it without losing the special charm that I am autistically drawn to.

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Another one

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That is quite the shirt.
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Wouldn't do a whole lot to it. It's a decent photo as is

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>>3707175
Tinder matches guaranteed with this one >>3707174
The whole pose is awkward and his sunglasses are crooked

Something something good camera settings too

Post photos that you enjoy/that inspire you to keep improving your photography

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>>3707082
What is this trash?
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>>3707082
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>>3707059

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Wowza

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I've been shooting on a D3000 for a couple months now, and with a 1.8 prume lens for even less - i'm still very much a dilletante when it comes to photography, and I do hope to upgrade my camera in next year or so.

Anyways, can anyone share some examples/tips of how to get the most out of a camera of similar/same capability.

Thank you chums!
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>>3707107
50mm 1.8? You can shoot portraits wide open. You can stack images for cleaner shots, you can shoot panos for more detail.

You haven’t said what lens it is and what you want to actually shoot and what you have available access to near you
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>>3707110
Much appreciated, the lens is in fact a Nikkor 35mm (52mm eqv) 1.4 AFS. I also have a rather cheap tripod, an off camera flash and little remote. I'm also looking into getting a ND Filter set too.
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>>3707107
>How do I get the most out of my camera?
Keep using it

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What do I do with it?

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>>3704098
is that on the Tour du Mont Blanc, anon? I swear I've been there before.
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>>3703763
smash it so many times against your skull that "what to do with it" would become the least of your worries
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>>3705634
Daily reminder that this is the shooter arguing about gear and giving you c&c
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It's a lens shaped coffee cup. You've been had gearphag.
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>>3705634
Smartpjhone tear pic of fat girl with horrible fashion sense. I am crying.

I honestly can’t see why you’d spend the extra on Leica.
Identical lenses
Near identical internals
Near identical specs
Less accessible controls
Subjectively does look nicer
Anything other than the red dot?
Honest question.
What I’ve read is pretty vague or inconsistent.

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>>3704214
Prints
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>>3704216

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>>3704216
You printing something on the side of your house?
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>>3698005
why don't these expensive ass cameras have bigger screens with all that empty space on the back? dude bezels lmao
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>>3704410
lol no idea. There are already glare free screens on the market, yet everyone is still using tech from 2010 on cameras.

This question might be better off in a /gear/ thread, but I guess I want a more specific discussion about it, but what do you guys do for on site or portable editing?

My clients are increasingly wanting me send them photos asap so they can use it on their socials so I am looking for a very portable and handy set-up.

I currently use my smartphone that have it set-up via an FTP hot spot with my camera and I can do quick edits and pass onto my client's media manager. Turn around is about 5 minutes or so per photo. Looking to optimize this even more with a more powerful phone like the Galaxy Z Fold2 that's to be announced in a month or so.
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>>3706635
I’m gonna point out that Lightroom runs perfectly fast on mobile and is great, you’ll want a tablet, PC version runs fine for me on an i7 4720hq laptop but I use Lightroom “CC” (same or as close to mobile version) rather than Lightroom Classic, it also includes Photoshop in the subscription for both mobile and desktop, though Affinity Photo is better than mobile Photoshop (though maybe it’s updated since I last used mobile Photoshop), though affinity is iOS only not android
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>>3706634
>ipad or use your iphone
But I am not a faggot
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>>3706739
This comment ensures you are
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>>3706633
Get a laptop. Everything below is silly slow. That includes ipad and it's clones.
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Lightroom on iPad pro is god-tier. I have a d800 and it handles my big raws wonderfully.

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If so, what kind of photography do you do? I work full-time as a studio photographer.

>Easy Mode
> Makes supplemental income from photography

>Hard Mode
>Only/Main source of income from photography
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>>3707018
Work as a local photographer for a community paper. Build a portfolio and contacts, as well as experience. Move on to a city or larger publication asking for stringers, or pitching your own ideas. Pay for your own projects and once they're 60% done, ask for funding to complete it. After a few years, and you've established yourself as a very capable photojournalist pitch unique ideas to Time, NatGeo, NYT et Al. I mean, something more unique than "I want to go take pictures of homeless people in India". They get hundreds of requests like that a year. Do something along the lines of "I want to photograph the entire boot camp experience of someone who, fresh out of high school, enlists in the military" and then use the publications to gain access. Or, for another example, go after smaller stories in your hometown—look for interesting people who might have been overlooked. I'm neighbors with a bookshop owner who makes art out of junk, and his entire house is filled with stuff like that. I had another neighbor who refinished furniture he found by the dumpster, doing all the sanding out on the street. The inside of his apartment is wall to wall furniture, and he plants flowers in the pavement cracks. Find stuff like that.

Nobody is going to hire you for good photo essays. Writers never come up with good ideas that are photograph able. If you want compelling work, you need to find it yourself, and start building contacts within the industry, as well as with non profits and other businesses around you, first.
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>>3707061
Thanks for answering. I have been thinking about moving to West Africa wand trying to string from there as I've spoken to a few other journalists who have done that and it worked out well for them. I used to work in Africa so it's an area I'm interested in becoming more involved with.
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>>3707063
Sure thing. If you have access and connections in an area, use them. That's the biggest part of being a photojournalist—cultivating a network of ins and being able to tell other people's stories faithfully, and in an interesting way.

As an aside, nobody wants a parachute photojournalist. Papers are looking for folks that live and work in the area more than they're looking for people to fly out. Gone are the days of getting exotic assignments fully paid by a publication—they just don't have the funds for it anymore, and it's all been done before.
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>>3707080
That's similar to what I've heard. Can I ask how difficult it is to get NGO work out in a place like West Africa? From other journalists I've spoken to, it sounded like their primary source of income for a good year or two.
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>>3705069
dont fall for that bs. i been doing commercial real estate for years now and this year it is absolutely CRUSHED.

>make enough for a decent living now and business is growing.
my fuckin ass it is

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>Sigma 30mm 1.4 for micro four thirds

is this a good lens or is it shit? They go for about 250 to 300 used.

Should I just buy a 25mm panasonic/leica 1.4 lens? Which is better made?
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>>3706257
sharp at the expense of everything else.
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>>3706320
what do you mean (other than size/weight which is apparent)
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>>3706865

Distortion. Distortion will be less on a mft camera.
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>>3706257
Where you from? These are selling for about $280 new in burgerland. If you don't NEED the extra bit of light, just get the 25mm f1.7. Optically they're all very close with good sharpness. The Pana 25mm f1.4 is NOT worth 5x the cost of the f1.7. If you need the extra light just get the Sigma. The Panasonic Leica branding is stupid.
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>>3706320
That's not true. It's got splendid bokeh rendition, and acceptable chromatic aberation with green instead of regular purple. Big downside is lack of quality coating. Flaring, and ca are not on the level of Panasonic Leica 25mm, or even Olympus 25mm f1.8. In other areas it's better, so it's a valid option.

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this was my first time trying some astrophotography. it was a lot more difficult than i thought. out of like 20 shots, maybe 2 came out acceptable

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>>3706869
Usually you create a separate exposure, longer shutter time , lower iso, for the foreground and composit it into your star exposures.
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>>3706893
Thanks, I didn’t know that. So just create a fucklong exposure for the foreground and then layer on the sky from a separate shot?
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>>3706902
It will take a bit of experimenting. But yes. Basically.
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>>3706893
Thanks, I had meant to ask about how people do that
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>>3706867
>>3706868
>>3706871
these look good

>>3706869
lel that's what you get for trying to do a cliche photo
you can light paint with a regular flashlight for a brief second to illuminate foreground objects as well

>>3706902
yeah but it makes your photos look fake as fuck so don't do it

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....continued from:
https://archive.nyafuu.org/p/thread/3658422/#3695477
>hasn’t improved or grown in decades

bruh, how potato are you?
who the fuck would still shoot (for just a few clams) in this style:
https://thumb-p0.xhcdn.com/a/rsfh3CmXZONix3Yr5YaYMA/000/061/799/490_1000.jpg

instead of evolving:
https://licensing.artpartner.com/CS.aspx?VP3=SearchResult&VBID=2UYSN2PART4SB&PN=7
like Terry did just to stack $58 million a year?????????????????
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>bruh
Why do whiteboys say this? You're not black.
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>>3705281
only nogs say breh
coomskins say bruhhhhhh
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>>3705281
you sound like a wigger, boy!
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klelk

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Let's get a legends thread going. I'm starting with Guy Bourdin
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>>3704424

Frankly, I'm waiting to see such level of simplicity, vividness and composition on this board.
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>>3704424
You have to go back in time to judge these photos you absolute subhuman
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>>3704823
>isi simp is a terry fan
wew
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>>3705988
Your reading comprehension is utter shit. Look at the post sequence you retard. No wonder you’re so fucking useless.

Fuck your life. In all seriousness. Just fucking end it.
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>>3704396
mr Hamilton.

>mogs every gearfag with a $50 mft camera
nothing personnel, kid.

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Anyone have a PDF of Terryworld?
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>>3705950
This
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>>3705993
that!
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>>3705950
>>3705993
>>3706180
These
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>>3705950
>>3705993
>>3706180
>>3706185
those!

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is astrophotography even a real thing? only thing i see are "artistic renditions" and flat out fraudulent images.
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>>3705189
one exposure per motive? as in revolt against hdr and luminosity masking?
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how do you motivate yourselves, lads?
every time i see some amazing pics made with expensive equipment i always wonder why even bother if there are plenty of the same or much better images of every star and constellation in the universe. do you get a kick out of doing it yourself even though it is exact same star shot with exact same equipment and processed in exact same software? which is why i prefer street photography where no two scenes are the same.
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>>3706963
>do you get a kick out of doing it yourself
Yup.
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>>3706419
>Getting good quality high res images of astronomical bodies from the surface of the earth is tough, unless you're only interested in the moon.
Not if you shoot afocally through your telescope using eyepieces, and a 50mm lens on the camera set to infinity. It is a pain in the ass to get right, but when you do you get superior results.
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>>3705189
Please for the love of God don't take this meme as gospel. If the guy who made it were any good, he wouldn't have been on /p/.

No good photographer only takes "one exposure per motive". That's ridiculous. Like, even if you ignore the equally ridiculous idea that focus stacking doesn't count as real photography, just the idea that a "good" photographer should take one and only one frame of a given scene is just crazy. Any photographer worth their salt knows that you get much better results by working the scene, which involves taking a bunch of different shots.


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