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What cameras achieve this look? I think this is the most aesthetic, nostalgic, and dream-like appearance photos can have and I want to base my style with it. Do disposable film cameras give this aesthetic in the most authentic way? Or are there vintage (90s) point and shoot cameras that can do it? Maybe even 90s SLR cameras?

Also post 90s Grainy LoFi photos if you got 'em.
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>>3522938
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>>3522927
If you're after a softer look definitely go for a zoom like the one you posted. The Minolta zoom-date series are decent and they're all pretty cheap except for the one that Ren Hang used. Olympus zooms that aren't used by Instagram influencers aren't that bad either. Just make sure that you can live with the slow speed, a lot of these lenses have something like a max opening f/6-10 throughout their range.
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>>3522937
i would definitely go for a scanner with a high dpi because i don't want any trace of pixelization as it ruins the aesthetic i'm looking for

>>3522956
i don't plan on shooting fast moving subjects. more like buildings, landscapes, and still stuff

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Think about the characteristics of the kind of film cameras you're trying to emulate:

film ISO - disable auto-ISO on DSLR to 100, 200, or 400

fixed limited range of apertures - set DLSR to f/8 and leave it there

fixed focus - use manual focus; use a lens that still has a focus distance scale, and set it to "hyperfocal" distance

flash - no speedlights, use your DSLR's prsumably shitty built in pop up flash only; maybe even set it to 1/2 power

This should get the photos sufficiently shitty enough that the rest is all lightroom
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>>3522956
here's a photo i found that was taken with a minolta freedom zoom 125. it has an aesthetic close to what i have in mind

Alright /p/ i need some help... I want to buy my first dslr camera. i came across Sony C yber-Shot DSC-H300

for a decent price (fits my budget). Worthy to buy?
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That's not a DSLR, it's a bridge camera which has more zoom (than a normal compact) but still has a small sensor.
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>>3522858
How much would the store be taking from you for this?

Also /gear/ thread dipshit, if you reply to me, do it in the gear thread
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>>3522858
No. Stay the fuck away from budget bridge bodies.
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>>3522858
hell no. unless it's really fucking cheap, but you can buy a real camera for 100 bucks.
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>>3522858
Years ago, when i was a mere brainlet, i got the DSC-H200. Though that it looked like a "pro camera" so it should perform like a "pro camera". Biggest waste of gathered up pocket change and begged money from my parents. Don't be like teenage me. Get a second hand dslr.

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>Be me
>Borrow relative's camera to take on a Japan trip
>Come back with 200-something photos, all keepers
>Decided I wanted to pick up photography, slave part time job for half a year to get a film camera because poor-fag
>Went through 5 rolls, all of them are out of focus
>Tried to fix it, ended up breaking it
>Fuckfuckfuckfuckfuck
>Decided the camera was a keeper, sent it overseas to the best repairman money can buy, costing me nearly $250
>Comes back 4 months later
>Pictures still out of focus
>Email repairman; "sry anon, you should have told me to adjust the mirror angle"
>Try to adjust the mirror angle, end up breaking it for good

Is it over for me /p/? Or am I autistic for trying to convey my wretchedness using greentext?
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Holy fuck, I'm OP and I didn't even write half of the responses. To the faggot who's pretending to be me, are you ok?

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>>3521228
You’re just a fucking idiot. Don’t worry, the world is filled with people like you.
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>>3522898
Still can't rotate an image lol
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>>3522898
I'm sure you have windows

Come on, I think you can at least google how to rotate an image in it, it's not like you would get a complex and hard to manage OS thinking you know what you do and...

Wait...
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I'll sell you a D3500 for 2 hunned

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Should i buy Sony E 35mm f/1.8 OSS or Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC DN Contemporary ?
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>>3522768
thats a gay move desu
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>>3522773
only if fucking hipster girls is gay
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>>3522852
Fucking girls is gay. Every time you fuck her your dick is touching all the other dicks that have been inside her and getting smeared with their leftover jizz. Super fucking gay.
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>>3522549
Zony 24mm 1.8
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>>3522749
This

Two questions

1) Do you still use your kit lens? For what?
2) When you bought your first camera, how many time did it pass since you bought another lens?
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1. Yes. I have a micro four thirds camera (Panasonic GX85) which came with a compact 12-32mm pancake lens. That's a good focal length range for general photography.

2. About 2 months, when I got my 45-150mm lens. Got a 25mm prime a few weeks after that. Paid $70 and $150 for them respectively.
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>>3522691
1)came with no lens
2)just the one 12-40 mft covers everything for me
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>>3522691
Yes, the 1650 from your pic in particular, it's so small
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>>3522691

1) yes, when want the flexibility of a normal zoom and don't require bigger apertures than f/4.5

2) i didn't evenbuy this "kit" lens with the camera, so i've actually had other lenses for longer than i've had it; but its definitely the same lens that is sometimes packaged as a kit lens
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>>3522815

I'm not sure if 50 is actually cheaper when talking about a D5600 because you're comparing an FX 50mm lens to a DX only 35mm lens. That evens the prices out, at least on a quick google. So just get whatever you like.

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Just grabbed a Nikon D3500, this is from my second day with the camera.

Be brutally honest.

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>>3522800
*and post those 4.

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>>3522644
1) Why did you crop the dog's leg?
2) Look for "rule of thirds" on where you should have framed the dog.
3) Increase the aperture to have more bokeh.
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>>3522644

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>>3522644
I think its pretty good framing and perspective
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>>3522802
I really want to think that this is one of your first shots.

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I started an IG acc from scratch. I just like to share my pics
Mostly street kinda
You can crit if you want.

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I was recently gifted a DSLR camera by a photographer relative. But there is a problem where I can visibly see small dust particles, which are either inside the lens, or, more likely, between the lens and the sensor.

Now I never owned a fancy DSLR camera before, so I'm afraid I'd damage something if I just pop the lens off and wipe if off with my spit and sleeve. What exactly should I do? I tried using the built-in cleaning function in the menu but it doesn't do shit.

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>>3522848
That's sensors. Also, that kind of amount is usually left alone. When you've whole sensor filled with them you start cleaning. It'll be invisible on most shots, easily removed when it's visible, and it won't degrade image quality at all.
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>>3522877
thank you for the answer

and yeah, I decided not to touch it for now. I wouldn't want to risk damaging anything anyway.
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Does the D90 do automatic self sensor cleaning on shutdown/startup?
Maybe give that a go if it doesn't do it automatically, there's definitely an option for it in the menus.

It might just shake it off
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>>3522882
>self sensor cleaning
I don't want to derail the thread but thanks for letting me know about this. Man... Humanity has sure advanced.
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>>3522915
It's not perfect. They have fancy names for it, but it's just camera stabilization thing shaking sensor a little as it boots up. Ok, for some particles, useless for stickier smudges.

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Hey I'm back, and I've been thinking about creating a new thread with some fresh snaps

Those are photos from demonstration that I've took in the last couple months
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And what about the police behaviour? Well, they were quite nice, this time they used no intimidation force, no rubber bullets were fired, they were marching side by side with the demonstrators. Keeping their space and safety.

No casualties this time with the Militar Police
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There was some LGBTQ+ there making some noise.
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about 1.6 miles walk, marching, with the demonstrators. This time it was peaceful, no tear gas, no rubber bullet. But I've got to say there was some tension in the air, we thought that a riot would break in any moment.

Not sure when it's going to turn violent again, or if it's going to turn violent. Too many young and old people at this one.
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Shameless self bump
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Nice photos. Bolsonaro is doing a great service to your country. You should take photos of his supporters.

What is your least favorite trend you’ve seen in photography?

For me, it’s selective coloring. I think it looks tacky as hell and it reminds me of 13 year olds on deviantart who just got their first camera

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>>3522690
lol this, same reason i don't bothering listening to the radio anymore. bitching about a generic popular thing that lacks artistic merit is babby's first criticism
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>lol i keep looking at shitty pics taken by morons and im frustrated with how much they suck lol let me look at some more shitty morons anyone got any recs
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>>3522717
Cope
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Selective colouring is just done poorly.

Here's one which I feel did it properly.
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>>3522719
This. I bet he's actually one of those cliche snapshitters trying to get his instalikes and cųckbook clicks up so he replied with that lame ass greentext

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Would you risk taking your main camera to the beach?
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Thats what rentals are for, and weather seals. My z7, rented lens

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Yes - I have the Weather proofing body and lens

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What comes to mind when you see this face
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>>3522544
>>3522544
Who is he, I'm English?
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>>3522544
Ah yes, now I remember.
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>>3522544
Pleb that's shoots jpg
Prefer Jared polin, the only YouTuber who's brutally honest about how hard the field of photography is
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Casually licking Chelsea's feeties
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>>3522544
bullshit artist

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I want to be able to make out with girls at a distance of 2m or so from my Canon 6D and have it focus, take a shot, wait 3 seconds, focus again...

The EOS Wifi utility for Android sucks balls. The Wifi shit on this camera in general is absolutely fucked. Anyway, I don't need a wireless thing. I need an automatic thing.

Experiences with these?
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>>3521864
get a nikon!
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>>3521983
>a gear thread died for another gear thread
The absolute horror.
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>>3521868
>magic lantern
i read about this thing blowing up so that you lose all the pics on the card. how common is this? maybe its not such a big deal if you only use the card for this set of shots
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>>3521864
You can buy a Bluetooth one. Connects to any phone.

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If you were Peter Parker, and you were to take pictures of Spider-Man, how would you go about doing it?
I mean, what sort of techniques do you use to create that perfect clear photo and make it look right?
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>>3522245
posing with spiderman suit with dangling wang to make xtrannies happy
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>>3522245
>Be me
>live in Queens
>Take photographs of "happenings"
I'm Peter Parker

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super wide super close and a bunch of remote controlled speedlights to freeze the sucker in place
pretty much like skater pics
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>>3522245
>when you climbed to the best vantage point to get the best angle of the planes hitting the wtc.

Parker was a madman.
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>>3522245
I saw in a cartoon that he just stuck a camera with his cum web on a wall and left it there to shoot. By the way they drew that cam it looked like one of those Canon ae1 or whatever was popular back then. Probably was on a timer since all of them had that shit back then

Self portraits.
Anykind

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>>3521878
I wish there was something a little more interesting going on in the mirror. I really love the concept but I feel like it's a bit of a missed opportunity. Your reflection isn't really giving us any new information, we already know there's a photographer taking the picture and you just look like a regular photographer
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>>3522794
>I wish there was something a little more interesting going on in the mirror.
Story of my life.
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>>3522795
thing is though, it could be something as simple as moving the camera away from your face and showing some emotion. or something as goofy as wearing a dollar store Halloween costume.
the simplicity of it works but i just think you could have pushed it a little further
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>>3522799
Oh I'm not the poster, just a random anon who gets up every day and looks in the mirror.
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>>3522811
you are looking in the wrong mirror


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