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Hey /p/.
Recently got a Go Pro 8

Long story short: When you take RAW images (.gpr) with the GP8, it automatically generates a JPEG alongside it. And these JPEGS look infinitely better than my RAW images do after I've finished processing them.


So I come here to find out...
Why are my processed RAW go pro images looking inferior to the default, in camera JPEGS of the same shot?

FYI: the RAW files the GoPro makes are .gpr which aren't supported by my version of Camera RAW and Photoshop, so I have to convert them to DNG files (using ADobe DNG converter) before processing them and finally exporting to JPEG.
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>photo

It's a video camera.
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>>3701082
kinda like how fuji jpegs ooc are stunning?
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>>3701084
That sometimes comes in handy, grabbing some quick snaps for a job
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what is this green color boost which happens on all phonecameras too?

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Thread for people who only got their first camera within the last year and had no prior knowledge of photography.
Post questions, problems and pictures. Also what camera did you pick and why?

Me: X-T100 because a webshop made a mistake by giving it a sale while also applying a cashback ultimately costing €300 including kitlens. Not too happy with it but image quality is good and battery lasts forever which is nice

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>>3700824
Set it to Aperture priority (A) and play around with the depth of field.
Other than that just look on youtube for general beginners guides. I had a harder time learning to use post-processing software than the camera itself, in particular the Ricoh GR is made so the user shouldn't be too occupied with all the settings and can just shoot.
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>>3700762
actually really cool pic, shows me how the sydney opera house was based on a lotus.

i think thats a thing. im gonna post this before i google it though
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>>3700912
>sydney opera house was based on a lotus

They're sails. Like on boats. Like the millions that pass in front of it in the harbor daily
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>>3700825
Thanks, took your advice and had some fun with this today.

I'm encountering a problem though, when I'm in modes other than Auto and press the viewfinder? mode (to look at my photos) or any other buttons to adjust settings, etc., it'll go into view mode or do the function of whatever button (change ISO, set auto timer, etc.) it'll randomly show the thing I'm trying to do but quickly revert back into the shooting mode on the screen which is really annoying. It'll randomly do this on and off, did I buy a faulty camera or is the camera trying to do something I'm not aware of?

Basically I'll go to view my photos and it'll show them but blink back randomly into the shooting screen and I have to keep trying randomly and it'll finally go to my photos and stay there, but when I move the camera alot or press any of the < > buttons to scroll through my photos sometimes itll randomly just take me out of the viewing mode if that makes sense
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>>3701075
Glad you liked it. In general I would say Aperture priority is best shooting mode for normal applications.
As for your problem, I don't own a Ricoh GR and can't help you with it. It does sound very faulty though.

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The last one went bretty well, so lets have another go.

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>>3638439
Gross. Get the fuck out.
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NEW THREAD
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>>3699439
Nice way to end things. GJ.
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>>3699431
A couple of things: resize ya shit, try and centre yourself for these types of shots and the circular building on the right really draws the eye. Apart from that, not bad.

>>3699439
Again not bad...there's some cool repeating form. I wonder if it would look better in portrait orientation going clockwise.

It's been a good thread /p/eople!

what does it mean, /p/?

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doesn't have to mean anything
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>>3701052
red ceiling is the greatest photograph ever because it tells you something more, something even grater and transcendental.
this world looks very shinny, sweet and colorful but when you stare at it make no sense. it looks banal boring and gay. the existence feels like pain and you get shivers through your spine, you lay hours in your bedroom alone and horny while staring at the ceiling trying to make sense about it all but you can't.
all this red represent something uncomfortable something dangerous like the ceiling was painted with blood. i can feel the warmth of it in ithe late hours of early morning. so weird, so nihilistic, so brutal in its nature.

but look the white lines, some kind of hope? but look in the cornor how the darkest of the dark, something evil like a disease is eating the white which is pure and hopeful. but look those remaining white lines are leading up to the center of the ceiling where there is a bulb, a light, the center of the universe. that bulb is the symbolic representation of g-d. but look the bulb is off. its a reference yes, "the g-d is dead." someone has killed the g-d and painted the ceiling and the walls with his blood. look there is an illustration hanging on the wall. now there is nothing left for human beings to do they have only three options.

frist is to just stare at the ceiling, stare at the walls fearing the death while simultaneously embracing it, staring at the blub, believing, fearing and looking at a flase hope, pretending its still spreading light, pretending the g-d is not dead.

second is to just distract themselves with shallow hedonism till their death. but eventually the brutalism of life will explode on their faces post-30.

third is to spill their own blood and get freedom from the suffering of life who is the prisoner of death.
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>>3701053
limp

>>3701058
biurfal
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Whatever gives you most likes on IG is art
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The shutter on my Pentax K-01 just died. It's not stuck, I can move it, but the motor/solenoid makes a high pitched whine and it doesn't work. I bought this camera 6 years ago for $300, and I'm getting annoyed because I can't find anything with comparable picture quality for a similar price. Even used K-01 are going for more than I paid for mine new.

Give me camera recommendations or tell me how to fix the shutter. I don't have many lenses so I don't care if I go to a different brand.

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oh i recall wanting this quirky camera so much at some point. then i went to film ;)
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>>3700129
Buy a shutter replacement off of eBay or aliexpress etc, watch a youtube video on disassembly.
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>>3700129
Get a used K-5II or even a K-3
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wew, another k01 user. my mode dial broke off a while ago, but camera itself still works. havent been using much since i got a gr3 and a lumix gx85 lol.

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Tutorials:
ETTR
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7a54CWqJGQ [Open] [Embed]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exposing_to_the_right
https://photographylife.com/exposing-to-the-right-explained
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>>3700914

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>>3697794
nah, normal is better. Need panorama stitch, really quality wide lenses, or aspherical to pull wide aspect ratios off
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>>3700897
based

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These are terrible. Looking past the noise and hyper denoising (focusing on composition) theres nothing going for these photos
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Recommended reading?

Just finished this book
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>>3700544
>There is no RYM for photography
What a fucking shame. Art Photography is such a pussy fucking scene where nobody talks shit about other photographers. It's is safe space for rich liberals. Goddamn fuck those disgusting conformist wankers.
We need madlads to deconstruct those institutional walls in order to revolutionize this art medium. Photography badly needs a punk movement.

PROVOKE RENAISSANCE NOW
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>>3686507
Might switch to principally B&W because I'm colorblind and sick of hearing about colorgrading and not being able to tell what looks good or bad
>>3686574
https://b-ok.global/book/461837/fc4972
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>>3700951
You should. Scrape the color filter array off your sensor.
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>>3700952
wouldn't you have to use a custom demosaic algorithm to match the unfiltered sensor output?
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>>3700964
I don't believe so. You might have to drop saturation or tweak hue. There's some DIY info out there about doing it and a couple of businesses that will do it for you. Apparently it makes the images a fair bit sharper.

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Hey i took this photo thru a microscope, I want to print out the largest size possible. Took it with a canon t3i APS-C, 17mpx camera? How big can I enlarge it and print it out until it looks like ass (more so than it already does?). Original file is like 35mb. Where do you guys send your shots out to get printed?
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>>3699165
Tell us more about your process anon these are very nice
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>>3699177
it doesnt depend on FF or APSC as much as megapickles. The more MP the larger the print (generally).
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>>3699165
where can we follow your work anon? these are amazing.
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Could I possibly get the high res versions somewhere? I love those. Good job.
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>>3699738
This.
Seriously this is neat stuff, please show your setup

Im interested in getting into 35mm film photography. I’ve been doing disposable cameras, but figure I should just invest in film camera. What can I do for cheap with film? And where’s the best place to develop film? I have one camera store in town, that’s far away and holds weird hours.

Are there any online places?

What kind of camera can I buy for cheap for analog film? I like analog film because there is no immoderate gratification, you need to wait to see your pics.
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>>3700426
There are a billion cameras for you to choose from. Read about them online and pick one. To shoot cheap shoot B&W and develop at home. CineStill Df96 is a monobath developer/fixer, very simple to use. Of course then you need a film scanner or a home lab to print.
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Op here, I just bought a Minolta Srt101 for cheap. Any tips or links to get started?
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>>3700662
so you've read enough self-help books to avoid immediate gratification but you're still asking to be spoonfed for immediate gratification? interesting.
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>>3700475
Bless their souls and complete lack of business acumen
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>>3700666
Did someone piss in your cheerios this morning?

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Valdelagrana beach

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This b/w filter is really harsh, do you still have the originals?
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>>3699923
Imagine going to Spain to take only B&W pics. Show us some colors faggot.
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Overall nice.

>>3699960
Could you straighten this and make a crop?

>>3700081
I like this, here's where the harsh bw works especially well with the light.

>>3700083
I'd crop the left house. Having its shadow is enough.
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>>3700437
Agreed my eyes are bleeding. Also the sky has weird artifact / compression shit.

>>3699960
This is nice if it was straightened on the left

>>3699957
This has potential if the whites weren't so nuclear
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OP here, thanks for the feedback. All of them were taken in 10-15 minutes with my phone while walking from the beach to the hotel.

When I'm done editing the pictures from the trip I took to Merida last week I'll post them here. Those are RAW files taken with my DSLR so I can also post neutral color versions for you to edit.

>>3700095
>>3700437
>>3700779
>>3700818
Thanks again for the feedback, glad you liked some of the compositions. I know the b&w conversion is pretty harsh, from the preset filters I have available on my phone this is the only one that adds contrast and simulates a red filter to darken blues and light up warmer tones, which is what I do with my DSLR and raw files. I deleted the color ones, but they were shitty jpegs and my phone resolves very flat tones anyway.
>Pic related.

>>3700653
I'm Spanish, so going to Cadiz is just a short road trip. Now I'm back in Madrid. I only shoot black and white because it's what I like and it's a way to embrace harsh light, which is what we have most of the day, most of the year.

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Edgy black and white film
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Great shots OP! Can you share more on how you shoot these? Is it just a tripod or do you push film too? And what filmstock?

Also how do you meter these? I shoot film during the day, kinda afraid to shoot at night since i have no idea how...
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>>3700844
Thanks. For the night shots I just use a tripod and some Kodak Tri-X 400 or whatever black and wh*te film. I use the widest aperture and guesstimate for how many seconds I'll keep the shutter open (double the length for each stop)

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>Just the LCD screen, no stupidEVF
>Front and rear wheels for apperture and shutter speed (superior Nikon ergonomics)
>Compatible with En-El 15 batteries from their DSLRs
>Upcoming 28mm pancake

If they don't fuck up the price this can be a huge success for Nikon

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>>3700654
2 weeks ago I took a SMC Takumar 50mm 1.4 with a macro focusing extension tube out to take macros of flowers. Sun was extra bright and couldn't see shit. Think I got about 6-8 good shots out of 38, focus was razor thin though.
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>>3700655
Is it a glare issue or screen too dark issue for you? If it's glare you could DIY a velcro on shade to fix it.
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>>3700659
Think it was the glare. I have a nice fat eyecup for my old a6000 but don't think it would fit my a7rii
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>>3700090
actually nikon has jack shit. far worse battery life than the decade old battery in the a6400.
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>>3700000

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Condition is everything with Hasselblad
it could range anywhere from you pay seller $1175usd to the seller pays you $1175 to dispose of the useless shit
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>>3700012
>Expert
>/p/
Lol
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thanks for the dumb answers...

>>3700305

i guess /p/ is not what it used to be back in the 50's
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bump
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/p/ is not your ebay appraisal service

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what the best way for me to improve at portrait photography? I shoot almost every single day and spend hours trying to learn new techniques off youtube but I feel like im not getting any closer to bringing my visions to life, and everytime I create a new preset to edit with I end up hating it within a few weeks.. I know threads like this get posted daily but I seriously appreciate any advice you can share with me /p/ i often feel like selling my gear and giving up

pic related one of my recents

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>>3697713
I fapped to this and now I have post masturbation guilt
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>>3699076
>post masturbation guilt
I wouldn't
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>>3698108

100%
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>>3699082
Tbh I didn't I was just trying to get a rise out of OP
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>>3697713

>Work with different models
Shooting your GF every day is not going to cut it, you learn a lot from working with other people.

>Learn how to pose models
There's many books you can torrent or buy if you have the money.

>Master lighting
When you see a photo you like, look at it from the lighting perspective.
Is the light natural or artificial?
Where is it coming from?
Is there more that one light source?
Look how it hits the subject and then try to replicated in one of your photos.


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