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CINEMATOGRAPHY

Aesthetic

Post scenes with deluxe cinematography, great composition or photography related movies.

I start with this sunset scene of the film Tequlia Sunrise

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjpClAJ3Ums
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>>3580982
Flood scene was kino as fuck.
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>>>/tv/
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>>3581358
>lgbt
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>>3581358
What a bunch of retards...are you telling me that arguing about lighting and composition in movies and videoclips isn't photo related?

Quick question gals n guys.
Day to day camera?
This isn’t a bling thread.
What’s your go-to?
Asked recently but no answer.
Surprisingly good —>

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I don't carry it everyday, but it is my day-to-day camera

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GX9 w/Oly 17mm 1.8

I want to get my hands on the 12-35 when I have the money.
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>>3575776
nikon L35AF, since you can't manually control anything or fuck around, you just take a photo

every time I go anywhere with a bag I bring it

>>3577517
>DP2M
a man of culture
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I use this P&S mainly to take pics of friends because my phone camera is utter shit for anything other than college notes
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Fuji x100f. Fits in any pocket, and I pair it with the instax square printer. It’s a hit on dates and at parties.

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What's some used gear I should buy to fill the emptiness? Cameras, lens, lights, anything. Maybe some interesting stuff.
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>>3581324
Learn new photographic techniques and styles. That will do more to fill the emptyness and lack of motivation than new gear.
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>>3581324
I find buying a new strap or case fills the void for a time and isn't as expensive as lens or bodies. Tripods and books are good too.
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Fill the void with new experiences and not new gear. Get a new hobby that can be incorporated into photography, like hiking or fishing.
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>>3581324
Have you tried going out and take photos? Taking pictures out of the window doesn't count.
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>>3581455
Do you have any recommendations?

Why are photographers so poor at developing a unique artistic vision? It is totally obvious in music, painting and literature. But I am looking at photography and no discernable and unique styles seem to emerge from people.

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This board is for shitposting and triggering people, OP. Good job so far.
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>>3581453

Those people all have style tho. Your shit looks like the most depressing straight-out-of-a-dslr export possible.
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>>3581453
>squiggly line!
>black and white!
i dont have basedjaks saved on my PC but I would post one in response to this
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>>3579095
You think that is depressing. Google image search, "white couple" or just image search that phrase on any image search engine.
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I still like that pic.

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How would be able to use this technique today? would it work on pictures that feature something else other than people?
>Background info: David Hamilton was a British photographer and film director best known for his photography of young women. His signature soft focus style was called the "Hamilton Blur", which was erroneously thought to be achieved by smearing Vaseline on the lens of his camera. It was not created that way.

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>>3580698
Of course.
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>>3580120
>How do I do this
>just practice
why the non-answer
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>>3580848
You've already been told ITT. It isn't a cake recipe. You literally have to wing it. Just on exposure alone you could write 100 books and still not relate it well compared to what taking and developing 100 photos in experience would net you.
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You’re all very close but no ones got it right yet. It’s a mix between pushing and pulling and the soft filter - but it works because it’s shot under a particular light quality. He uses Ektarchrome if I recall and usually pushes it a stop or two
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mr Hamilton is a true god....second to >>>/b/815694901

>\m/

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Behold the Weber-Fechner Law, or: why no one can tell the difference between full frame and MFT pretty much ever:

>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weber–Fechner_law
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>>3571894
Reduces working distance. With a short focal length, using extension tubes could put the focal plane somewhere inside the lens barrel.
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>>3579915
The four thirds lenses are almost all fuckhuge relative mft lenses. I'll take a picture for you tomorrow, the ft 12-60 is almost as tall as the mft 12-100, and quite a bit girthier along it's length. MFT lenses seem to be significantly more optimized than their predecessors. Another foot example are the kitlenses, with the same apertures, the 14-40 mft kitlens is like 30% smaller than the four thirds counterpart.

The new f4 pro lenses are going to be extremely compact.
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>>3576735
>Mfw a phone with an f1.7 lens and sensor 1/32 the size of full frame has almost the same snr as f4 on mft. Less than half a stop difference!

>>3577021
>calling f5.6 equivalent a fast aperture zoom, and hoping the f8 will be ok

Holy fucking keks
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>>3580259
Sure thing. It should be considerably smaller than the Panasonic 12-35 or else the Oly 12-45 f/4 is not worth it

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>hikes around with a heavy DSLR for years
>decides he needs to hike lighter
>doesn't choose FF mirrorless
>chooses XT3
>all these fuckin options that would give better DR and he chooses XT3
>XT3
>Does the camera even matter if a fucking prominent landscape photographer doesn't even care if he uses an APSC camera?
>why is the XT3 still so expensive? You can buy an a7iii for that price.
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>>3581659
It's a good real life sample. And it enrages you whenever you see it because it's dismantling your high iso claims.
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>>3581640
>high iso photography
Just use larger sensor. Then you don't need "high iso photography".
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>>3581664
I'm not the one you were arguing with lol
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>>3581640
>1800px
Post RAW or GTFO.
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>>3581659
And the person posting it is a known liar, EXIF editor, and carpet shooter. Who knows what camera actually took it or what ISO it was.

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I remember a few years ago these challenges were great and had a lot of quality work submitted. I'm keen to start it up again and to encourage everyone to get out and shoot!

>This weeks theme is:
>Blue


Rules:
• Submit an image in this thread that you've taken that adheres to the theme
• Multiple images allowed, but be courteous and don't spam
• Please don't post specifically asking for critique, post that in the Recent Photo Thread /rpt/


At the end of the week (Sunday) I will post a link to a survey where you can vote for your favorite image. The image with the most votes after 3 days will be posted to an instagram page for us to look back on and enjoy.

https://www.instagram.com/p.photo.monthly/

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bump
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>>3579069
This is awesome. Repost it in the artificial light challenge.

>>3578485
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>>3581577
lol why are you bumping the weekly challenge from a week that is over?

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What are the books you would recommend to a beginner who wants to take their photography beyond snapshits? Anything from fundamentals to specific topics such as portraiture, product, landscapes, cars, wildlife, scientific, etc. is fine. If it's quality, post it. Pic not related

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>>3580869
>>3580871
>>3580872
These three, everything else you can get for free on the internet.

The Tim Page book is just a ripping good read
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>>3580202
>>3580731
but it's a legitimate suggestion in this thread
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>>3580875
>iphone
I wonder what Apple paid him
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>>3580158
I enjoyed it too.

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friendly reminder to print your photos

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>>3580450
Ink jet prints passed up photo laser printers over a decade ago.
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>>3581343
FWIW when you get into Epson's pro line 17" or wider, ink carts are expensive but they're also tanks without any damn sponges. The carts last forever. Cost per print drops well below lab prints even on expensive fine art papers. They also don't irreversibly clog like most ink jets. If you haven't used it in a while you need at most a single cleaning cycle.

I don't know what Canon's upper end printers are like.
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>>3579746
What's complicated?
* Tell your printer to let Photoshop manage colors.
* Choose the right paper type and printing options (i.e. dpi, which tray you're using).
* Choose the right paper color profile in Photoshop.
* Choose rendering intent (typically Relative with BP comp; this is a taste thing and occasional I prefer Absolute).
* Print.

That's my software and workflow for color. For B&W I tell PS that the printer will manage colors and I use ABW mode in the Epson printer dialog. I don't know what printer you have or if there's a comparable B&W mode built into the printer, so for B&W your workflow might be identical to color. If you do have Epson ABW is excellent for B&W and you basically don't need to do anything else.

Oh yeah: calibrate your screen.
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>>3581516
Forgot screenshot
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>>3581288
Local, have a great local print shop with 2 day turn around.

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Submit, rate, critique, have fun, etc...

Some photos from my very first roll of film. Last one is a B&W conversion.

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>>3581203
what kind of films would you recommend, and do I need to use a lab or is walgreens fine? Can XA2 go sharper than that? What is the optimal focal length to object for that tiny lens
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>>3581204
>Films
I mainly use expired film because I bought a fucklot of it last year in bulk. I love not knowing what I'll get

>Lab or walgreens
Not sure dude, I'm not from the US but I just drop mine to a camera store in the city

>Can it go sharper?
Of course! Once you figure out the focus modes it'll be fine depending on your conditions. You can't really control your settings because it's a point-and-shoot so you just need to make sure you have enough light to be able to keep it steady for long enough to get the shot

>Optimal focal length
There's an XA2 manual pdf online if you search for it. It gives the optimal distance for each of the three focusing modes
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Stop. Don't buy that new lens. It's you who suck, not your gear. Learn to shoot.

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>>3577937
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>>3580378
>ha ha we know you wanted college just get waitress job instead
Are they eternal boomers?
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How do they, and ken rockwell become such giants in tech review when theyre objectively bad photographers? All their advice is wrong and they have such an unlikeable persona
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>>3581520
The same way anyone becomes a giant in any field. They're great at marketing, networking and organisational skills.
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>>3578427
Heartily kek'd, thanks
>>3580856
For me it's the MC PG 50mm 1.4
>>3581525
Sure, networking and organizational skills, maybe; but those two could never successfully market anything to me. Even if it was totally free, I wouldn't buy what they're selling.
I don't trust those eyes.

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This camera, given to me by a dear friend, I still shoot with it, very decent camera with good metering, light body, although the plastic comprising the winders and knobs could be more durable. I will publish some images from it in in due time.

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>>3580027
>>3580030
>>3580031
These are pictures from a kodak compact, not the zenit, OP
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>>3580033
Yes, I agree, they are images I found from a cheap Kodak digital I purchased for ~$4, the battery well was corroded but the images found in the CF card were well worth it.

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Why are you showing us this like it's something new? We all zenit.
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>>3580025

I'm not going to lie I'm a little jelly.

>>3580831

Top kek
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Hello, this is my zenit e with helios 44. I purchased it for an important photoshoot and paid $40 to get it express shipped to me from one state to another but due to Australia post being a corrupt organization it took 8 days to get me and as such I missed the photoshoot. Whenever I shoot with it it only carries the weight of my failures and sadness. I would throw it at the ground in anger but I dont want to break the tiles. Its missing a screw and the viewfinder is gross but the lens itself scrubbed up nicely and taught me a lot about lens repair. The selenium meter still works
I have not yet developed the photos on it.

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It doesn't get better 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/ryMSvthn
>Helpful guide, additional books and more in-depth FAQs - https://pastebin.com/kG0gRmTZ

Previous thread >>3549538

Quick FAQS
>what’s the best camera available on a “budget”?
The blackmagic pocket cinema camera 4k, by a considerable margin
>>what’s a good beginner video camera?

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>>3580360
>>3579920

>disregard this shill
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what action cam would you recommend to take on fire grounds? would like something small that is trivial to power on and start recording without having to dick about with settings, i have a cheap Chinese knockoff gopro style one but the battery life is woeful and i find it just stops recording sometimes and i lose footage
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>>3581178
>cheap Chinese knockoff gopro style
Try an authentic GoPro.
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>>3581178
Anything but sony. They overheat on Antarctica.
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>>3581178
Osmo action

Especially when you know everyone else has taken the exact same photo
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>>3580220
>Recognizing that "muh art" matters less than client expectations
>still wants to deliver a product that meets said expectations while fulfilling the creative processes enabling themselves to do so
>don't let existential rage set in
>don't do it
> be an hero
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My policy is that if I can google a better photo of the thing, it's not really worth the time to take a picture of. The loophole for this is to include your friends in the photo, do something funny, or experiment.
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>>3579205
I had a few sunset photos just because I liked the mix of orange-pink-purple before the night sky set in.
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>>3579926
put a christmas tree up next to a synagogue and photograph a bunch of muslims dancing around it
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>>3579205
Yeah, when it comes to photographing landmarks half the fun is marveling at it with your own eyes before taking your own shot.
When it comes to cliched photographs in general, it's good to have the ability to take them and have them in your skillset. And if we're being honest a lot of the time clients want the cliched photographs, but with themselves in them.


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