[a / b / c / d / e / f / g / gif / h / hr / k / m / o / p / r / s / t / u / v / vg / vm / vmg / vr / vrpg / vst / w / wg] [i / ic] [r9k / s4s / vip / qa] [cm / hm / lgbt / y] [3 / aco / adv / an / bant / biz / cgl / ck / co / diy / fa / fit / gd / hc / his / int / jp / lit / mlp / mu / n / news / out / po / pol / pw / qst / sci / soc / sp / tg / toy / trv / tv / vp / vt / wsg / wsr / x / xs] [Settings] [Search] [Mobile] [Home]
Board
Settings Mobile Home
/p/ - Photography

[Advertise on 4chan]

Name
Options
Subject
Comment
Verification
4chan Pass users can bypass this verification. [Learn More] [Login]
File
  • Please read the Rules and FAQ before posting.

08/21/20New boards added: /vrpg/, /vmg/, /vst/ and /vm/
05/04/17New trial board added: /bant/ - International/Random
10/04/16New board for 4chan Pass users: /vip/ - Very Important Posts
[Hide] [Show All]


[Advertise on 4chan]

[Catalog] [Archive]

File: DSCF5481.jpg (545 KB, 1200x800)
545 KB
545 KB JPG
Going to share a few sets I did over lockdown.

First lot is from a carehome that was "evacuated" very quickly because the residents were being abused by the staff. A lot of personal items were still saying around.

1/9

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeFUJIFILM
Camera ModelX-Pro2
Camera SoftwareAdobe Photoshop CC 2015 (Windows)
Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color Area
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)42 mm
Image-Specific Properties:
Image Width6000
Image Height4000
Number of Bits Per Component8, 8, 8
Pixel CompositionRGB
Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Horizontal Resolution240 dpi
Vertical Resolution240 dpi
Image Created2021:07:22 09:33:23
Exposure Time1/160 sec
F-Numberf/1.0
Exposure ProgramAperture Priority
ISO Speed Rating1250
Lens Aperturef/1.0
Brightness-1.3 EV
Exposure Bias-0.7 EV
Metering ModePattern
Light SourceUnknown
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length28.00 mm
Color Space InformationsRGB
Image Width1200
Image Height800
RenderingCustom
Exposure ModeAuto
White BalanceAuto
Scene Capture TypeStandard
SharpnessHard
Subject Distance RangeUnknown
31 replies and 27 images omitted. Click here to view.
>>
File: DSCF6479.jpg (747 KB, 1200x800)
747 KB
747 KB JPG
>>3920061

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeFUJIFILM
Camera ModelX-Pro2
Camera SoftwareAdobe Photoshop CC 2015 (Windows)
Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color Area
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)42 mm
Image-Specific Properties:
Image Width6000
Image Height4000
Number of Bits Per Component8, 8, 8
Pixel CompositionRGB
Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Horizontal Resolution240 dpi
Vertical Resolution240 dpi
Image Created2021:07:23 09:07:26
Exposure Time1/450 sec
F-Numberf/1.0
Exposure ProgramAperture Priority
ISO Speed Rating200
Lens Aperturef/1.0
Brightness4.0 EV
Exposure Bias0 EV
Metering ModePattern
Light SourceUnknown
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length28.00 mm
Color Space InformationsRGB
Image Width1200
Image Height800
RenderingCustom
Exposure ModeAuto
White BalanceAuto
Scene Capture TypeStandard
SharpnessSoft
Subject Distance RangeUnknown
>>
File: DSCF6491.jpg (1.22 MB, 1200x800)
1.22 MB
1.22 MB JPG
>>3920063

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeFUJIFILM
Camera ModelX-Pro2
Camera SoftwareAdobe Photoshop CC 2015 (Windows)
Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color Area
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)42 mm
Image-Specific Properties:
Image Width6000
Image Height4000
Number of Bits Per Component8, 8, 8
Pixel CompositionRGB
Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Horizontal Resolution240 dpi
Vertical Resolution240 dpi
Image Created2021:07:23 09:07:16
Exposure Time1/125 sec
F-Numberf/1.0
Exposure ProgramAperture Priority
ISO Speed Rating200
Lens Aperturef/1.0
Brightness0.9 EV
Exposure Bias-0.3 EV
Metering ModePattern
Light SourceUnknown
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length28.00 mm
Color Space InformationsRGB
Image Width1200
Image Height800
RenderingCustom
Exposure ModeAuto Bracket
White BalanceAuto
Scene Capture TypeStandard
SharpnessSoft
Subject Distance RangeUnknown
>>
File: DSCF6508.jpg (738 KB, 1200x800)
738 KB
738 KB JPG
>>3920064

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeFUJIFILM
Camera ModelX-Pro2
Camera SoftwareAdobe Photoshop CC 2015 (Windows)
Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color Area
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)42 mm
Image-Specific Properties:
Image Width6000
Image Height4000
Number of Bits Per Component8, 8, 8
Pixel CompositionRGB
Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Horizontal Resolution240 dpi
Vertical Resolution240 dpi
Image Created2021:07:23 09:06:36
Exposure Time1/160 sec
F-Numberf/1.0
Exposure ProgramAperture Priority
ISO Speed Rating640
Lens Aperturef/1.0
Brightness-0.3 EV
Exposure Bias-0.7 EV
Metering ModePattern
Light SourceUnknown
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length28.00 mm
Color Space InformationsRGB
Image Width1200
Image Height800
RenderingCustom
Exposure ModeAuto Bracket
White BalanceAuto
Scene Capture TypeStandard
SharpnessSoft
Subject Distance RangeUnknown
>>
File: DSCF6511.jpg (518 KB, 1200x800)
518 KB
518 KB JPG
>>3920065
Last one from this lot

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeFUJIFILM
Camera ModelX-Pro2
Camera SoftwareAdobe Photoshop CC 2015 (Windows)
Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color Area
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)42 mm
Image-Specific Properties:
Image Width6000
Image Height4000
Number of Bits Per Component8, 8, 8
Pixel CompositionRGB
Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Horizontal Resolution240 dpi
Vertical Resolution240 dpi
Image Created2021:07:23 09:06:25
Exposure Time1/160 sec
F-Numberf/1.0
Exposure ProgramAperture Priority
ISO Speed Rating1000
Lens Aperturef/1.0
Brightness-1.0 EV
Exposure Bias-0.7 EV
Metering ModePattern
Light SourceUnknown
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length28.00 mm
Color Space InformationsRGB
Image Width1200
Image Height800
RenderingCustom
Exposure ModeAuto Bracket
White BalanceAuto
Scene Capture TypeStandard
SharpnessSoft
Subject Distance RangeUnknown
>>
>>3919741
>3919741
Crop this better. I like it.
>3919743
nice, hat and bottle of scotch
>3919748
Too much stairs but sick perspective. Crop better. Also, song name the dude is playing.

How to have lighting like this in my day light shots

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Image-Specific Properties:
Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Horizontal Resolution144 dpi
Vertical Resolution144 dpi
Image Width750
Image Height936
15 replies and 2 images omitted. Click here to view.
>>
Expose for the sky. Shoot with the sun behind you - this way the models, facing you, and therefore the sun, will be well exposed too.
>>
>>3919879
>>3919908
Oh noooooo not the whites!
Calibrate your monitors.
>>
>>3919938
fuck the whites amiright?

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Image-Specific Properties:
Horizontal Resolution300 dpi
Vertical Resolution300 dpi
Color Space InformationUncalibrated
>>
>>3919938
>jpg compressed to shit
>implying there's any detail hiding in the highlights that would be visible with a "calibrated monitor"
>>
>>3919568
>>3919570
use super wide angle, shoot with a low hanging sun preferably somewhere on the southern west coast, crank the saturation in post like you're ken rockwell's whore

File: IMG_7679.jpg (528 KB, 2048x1365)
528 KB
528 KB JPG
hello
does this make sense as a set? made them all in the same setting, feel like they belong together. but the colors arent harmonized.
are there even any rules in this kind of stuff, really no clue.
ty

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeCanon
Camera ModelCanon EOS M50
Camera SoftwareAdobe Lightroom 4.0 (Windows)
Maximum Lens Aperturef/2.8
Image-Specific Properties:
Horizontal Resolution240 dpi
Vertical Resolution240 dpi
Image Created2021:07:22 01:38:47
Exposure Time1/4 sec
F-Numberf/32.0
Exposure ProgramManual
ISO Speed Rating100
Lens Aperturef/32.0
Exposure Bias0 EV
Metering ModePattern
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length60.00 mm
Color Space InformationsRGB
RenderingNormal
Exposure ModeManual
White BalanceAuto
Scene Capture TypeStandard
14 replies and 6 images omitted. Click here to view.
>>
>>3919788
It will reduce the amount of light hitting your sensor.
That way you can use slow shutter speeds in daylight without having to close your aperture all the way.
>>
>>3919648
I like this one.
Was there some camera movement in the exposure, or is it just the blades causing the ghosting over the logo?

There is an awful lot of sensor dirt on it though.
>>
>>3919880
interesting. ty
>>3919881
thanks
its the car window thats dirty, not the lense. couldnt do anything about it.
>just the blades causing the ghosting
this
>>
literally feel dizzy like I have a hangover looking at these kind of photographs. how do people do it
>>
>>3920032
fuck yeah
just play with exposure times

File: 422176004575-R1-E009.jpg (1.64 MB, 2936x2354)
1.64 MB
1.64 MB JPG
I love this silly little format. Post your 110 pics and discuss if there's any cameras worth having besides the minolta zoom slr mkii.

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Camera SoftwareWindows Photo Editor 10.0.10011.16384
Image-Specific Properties:
Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Image Created2021:07:15 14:21:18
Color Space InformationsRGB
12 replies and 5 images omitted. Click here to view.
>>
>>3919702
>like 135 is 36x24
>he doesn’t know that 135 is 35mm wide including perforations..
Ngmi desu
>>
>>3919799
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/135_film

The frames are literally 36x24 jfc. The film itself is 35mm wide but almost no cameras shoot to the sprocket holes.
>>
>>3919752
There was the GM5 which came close, but it was a rangefinder-styled body
I think the biggest reason is heat, digital sensors need a larger body to dissipate heat better, and an m43 camera that small would overheat and explode in your hands after using it for a while
>>
>>3919808
>he film itself is 35mm wide
exactly, which is why its called 35mm retard, it is not as arbitrary as you're making it out to be
>>
anyone ever hit that point where you just want to sell all your gear and buy a nice digital setup because of how much simpler it is?

I do photography semi professionally and whilst I love the results I get with film, it's sometimes more work than it's worth, especially if you dev/scan your own film then have to deal with correcting things.

Then again I could never get a similarly priced DSLR version of my Pentax 67 :(

File: 20210721_101550_HDR.jpg (2.39 MB, 3264x2448)
2.39 MB
2.39 MB JPG
I pulled a Canon T70 out of storage and it seems to mostly work.

The issue lies with the shutter.The shutter will release when the SR button is pressed but will only close part of the way as shown in pic related.

At this point, the camera will freeze mechanically. But when I give it any electrical input (battery check button or even a half-press on shutter button) the film sprocket will advance, the shutter will close, and the mirror will return.

Anyone have the same issue?

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Camera ModelLGL322DL
Camera Softwaremh5lm-8m_xf-user 9 PKQ1.190414.001 4510900200801 release-keys
Sensing MethodUnknown
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)26 mm
Image-Specific Properties:
Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Image Created2021:07:21 10:15:49
Horizontal Resolution72 dpi
Vertical Resolution72 dpi
ISO Speed Rating950
Exposure ProgramNot Defined
F-Numberf/2.0
Exposure Time1/15 sec
Focal Length2.79 mm
FlashNo Flash, Compulsory
Metering ModeUnknown
Scene Capture TypeStandard
Exposure Bias0 EV
Image Height2448
White BalanceAuto
Brightness0 EV
Image Width3264
Exposure ModeAuto
Lens Aperturef/2.0
Color Space InformationsRGB
>>
Honestly, unless it's your hobby, fixing old cameras by yourself is not worth the time and money. Leave that shit to the professionals.
If the shutter is fucked there are probably other things that need some fixing you aren't even aware about
>>
>>3919437
True. Didn't cost me anything so might as well find one that does work at a thrift store for 10 bucks.
>>
>>3919418
Looks like one of the blades is a little bent. If you dont know whatv oure doing, youre never going to get it straight. The tolerances here are within less than a tenth of a mm.
>>
>>3919418
sounds like a short circuit, a bug has probably crawled inside and died. Good luck, have fun, its fucked so there's no reason not to pull it apart and investigate

How do you take advantage of the available autofocus features to always nail focus on moving close by subjects? Eg. people or pets from 4-15 feet, who will often move towards you randomly
20 replies and 1 image omitted. Click here to view.
>>
>>3914370
Lol unironically this. Get good.
>>
5 years into photography, never used AF even for a single shot.
>>
>>3919937
wow so cool you must be very advanced
>>
AF is for snapshitters
>>
Good thread for a fuji slug like me thanks!

File: fujiquicksnap.jpg (59 KB, 690x690)
59 KB
59 KB JPG
I know that you can modify one of these little fuckers to be a normal camera whose film you can repeatedly replace (at the potential cost of electrocuting yourself), but are there other mods you can do to point-and-shoot and low-zoom film cams to make them at least comparable to a standard film camera that can do focus/zoom/etc?
I really only ask because I purchased a minolta xg-m for super cheap a few months but its starting to break down mechanically and it may be awhile before I can find another nice film camera for cheap
4 replies omitted. Click here to view.
>>
>>3919903
I thought stuff like this was just called point-and-shoot film cameras; I have one from the late 90s/early 00s with 2x zoom, double exposure, timer, and automatic rewind
Only downside is that it eats batteries like a mofo and sometimes the flash takes forever to charge and it won't shoot without flash afaik
Got some great pics of cops in my area arresting dindus
>>
>>3919914
I called it a reusable disposable because it's the same spec as a disposable. It is a point and shoot, but it's supposed to make pics that look like a disposable if you like that aesthetic, but not the waste.
>>
>>3919915
>you like that aesthetic
aesthetic as in the look of the film or as in the look of the camera?
>>
>>3919948
disposables have shitty plastic lenses, some p&s are actually quite fucking sharp
>>
>>3919948
its like comparing a Holga to a Hasselblad

File: fnsims.jpg (1.53 MB, 3566x2700)
1.53 MB
1.53 MB JPG
What's the consensus on film grain simulations?

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Camera SoftwareAdobe Photoshop 21.2 (Windows)
Image-Specific Properties:
Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Horizontal Resolution300 dpi
Vertical Resolution300 dpi
Image Created2021:07:22 14:57:52
Color Space InformationUncalibrated
Image Width3566
Image Height2700
20 replies and 2 images omitted. Click here to view.
>>
>>3919884
>I bet you filmlets don't even take photos
I do and develop them myself but you'll bully me if I link them
>>
>>3919884
>If it's a flaw why are you trying to mimic it
>It's not hard to mimic either. You would know this if you actually knew how to edit.
>Even if it was difficulty =/= good. Just like you =/= a woman.
>>
When printed, paper takes care of it, but for display, I'm adversely effected by too clean output, so I put a little bit of grain on most photos, unless iso is high enough to take care of that.
>>
>>3919581
Can you just not?
>>
>>3919735
unpopular opinion: I don't mind iso noise and actually think it looks good

File: IMG_1864-JPG.jpg (2.17 MB, 2048x1366)
2.17 MB
2.17 MB JPG
Post pics with long exposures.

Also a thread for tips and advice regarding long exposures.

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeCanon
Camera ModelCanon EOS 6D Mark II
Camera SoftwareAdobe Lightroom 5.2.2 (Android)
Maximum Lens Aperturef/2.8
Image-Specific Properties:
Image Created2021:07:20 15:08:33
Exposure Time5 sec
F-Numberf/16.0
Exposure ProgramManual
ISO Speed Rating100
Lens Aperturef/16.0
Exposure Bias0 EV
Metering ModePattern
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length24.00 mm
1 reply and 1 image omitted. Click here to view.
>>
File: IMG_1868-JPG.jpg (2.02 MB, 2048x1366)
2.02 MB
2.02 MB JPG


[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeCanon
Camera ModelCanon EOS 6D Mark II
Camera SoftwareAdobe Lightroom 5.2.2 (Android)
Maximum Lens Aperturef/2.8
Image-Specific Properties:
Image Created2021:07:20 15:09:24
Exposure Time5 sec
F-Numberf/16.0
Exposure ProgramManual
ISO Speed Rating100
Lens Aperturef/16.0
Exposure Bias0 EV
Metering ModePattern
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length50.00 mm
>>
not that bad - but i would honestly make a composite shot - get a regurarly exposed shot for the scene and just brush them together to get rid of the leaves moving and shit
>>
>>3919388
>Would like to know if I've made any mistakes
The highlights look blown out
>>
>>3919475
>The highlights look blown out
this

you're better off waiting for clouds to move in to get even flat lighting. Also no need to stretch out to 5 seconds, even 1 second is enough unless there's a good reason to stretch out longer
>>
>>3919420
this

What's the best affordable Filmscanner out there?
68 replies and 14 images omitted. Click here to view.
>>
File: anon.jpg (540 KB, 1200x1205)
540 KB
540 KB JPG
>>3919485
>>3919487
The colours are mostly your editing and inversion process anon.
For instance, in your pics you have a different colour cast (green vs magenta in midtones and shadows, for instance check the rim of the lampshade) or blue cast in the shadows of the scanner pic.

Also, I agree that the epson flatbeds don't ever look good at 100%, but in your pics the scanner version seems sharper. Check the chain area on the lamp.

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeEPSON
Camera ModelPerfection V600
Camera SoftwareAdobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic 9.3 (Windows)
Image-Specific Properties:
Horizontal Resolution1600 dpi
Vertical Resolution1600 dpi
Image Created2021:07:22 01:26:12
Color Space InformationsRGB
Image Width1200
Image Height1205
>>
ITT: scanner apologists try to cope with the fact that camera scanning is superior in every way.
>>
File: 000_1487-Edit-2.jpg (3.1 MB, 3405x5107)
3.1 MB
3.1 MB JPG
>>3919610
For 35mm sure, especially if you have a macro lens with a slide copier, but for anything bigger than 35mm i would rather use a flatbed since its good enough for big negatives and way easier.

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeNIKON CORPORATION
Camera ModelNIKON D800
Camera SoftwareAdobe Lightroom 6.3.0 (Android)
Maximum Lens Aperturef/4.3
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)60 mm
Image-Specific Properties:
Image Created2020:06:28 23:59:29
Exposure Time1 sec
F-Numberf/11.0
Exposure ProgramManual
ISO Speed Rating100
Lens Aperturef/11.0
Exposure Bias0 EV
Metering ModePattern
Light SourceUnknown
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length60.00 mm
>>
>>3912174

I don't know a whole lot about scanners but I used a Canoscan 4000US when i was doing my own developing. Results were always pretty good and I just adjust contrast/exposure in lightroom if I need to - you could probably skip this step if you set it up properly. Fairly cheap, I picked mine up second hand for about $250 AUD.
>>
>>3912489
what focal length macro you got on there brah?
Been wanting to do some scans with my xt2 as well.

okokokok you always hearing people say „oh ho we can shrink pixel to photon bigness“
but never they say „he ho we need to make one photon in pixel by counting photons“
why? why not one photon in every pixel and count photons to make sensor that one pixel every photon? Inefficiency!?

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Image-Specific Properties:
Image Width640
Image Height480
Horizontal Resolution72
Vertical Resolution72
Image Created2015:09:08 09:05:16
Color Space InformationsRGB
Image Width640
Image Height480
Scene Capture TypeStandard
1 reply omitted. Click here to view.
>>
>>3918357
No but no one even make! lkem they not enthusiast totally and less even development can do.
>>
i think i got dumber reading this thread
>>
this is painfully trying so hard to be a "lol so random" thread.
>>
>>3918366
>he says randomly

>>3918364
low IQ breads low IQ, sorry you don't understand physics, maybe give the jerking a break and try reading a book
>>
single photon detectors exist and are used for spectroscopic or photophysical measurements but until room temperature superconductivity is figured out, reproducible and mass produced like current CMOS or CCDs then its not gonna happen

File: 1427394300960.jpg (635 KB, 1693x2950)
635 KB
635 KB JPG
How the fuck do you guys not have a boner when you shoot sexy models?
I was assisting some local photographer and this sexy ass latina was walking around in her thongs doing slutty poses and they noticed my bulge poking. She noticed and started laughing and I was super embarrassed. She then started shaking her ass in a doggy position making fun of me, asking if this would make the bulge at least a bit bigger. I got an e-mail from the photographer the next day stating I'm gonna get my small cut but our collaboration ends here.

Fuck this shit. How do I business in photography if I'm just a normal dude.
107 replies and 17 images omitted. Click here to view.
>>
>>3919488
>>3919585
well don't hit on them during shoot where it counts as "work". but if you shoot long with them you can develop a relationship over time and then date them
>>
>>3917514
That's because they are top photographers not random chuds
>>
>>3910910
what the hell kind of tip are you shooting in? looks like a horder house in there
>>
>>3910910
Yeah, I know that feel.
I usually wank off before shoots but sometimes I still have a boner. Fortunely, I work with models that I want to work with(so the ones I would fuck mercilessly) and usually, I make them understand that I am shooting them because I'd also fuck them given the chance. However, I also like to be professional about the whole thing and usually too busy with technically shit to concentrate on other stuff. Plus, I wear loose pants to capture the low angles and that kinda hides if I have a hard penis.
>>
>>3919829
>looks like a horder house in there
t. has never seen a horder's house

File: nikonfe2.jpg (275 KB, 1200x981)
275 KB
275 KB JPG
Hey /p/, I just bought a Nikon FE2. It's my first Nikon. It's coming in the mail from Japan to Australia. What should I expect? What do you think of my choice? Good cam? Tips/tricks?

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeNIKON CORPORATION
Camera ModelNIKON D3
Camera SoftwareVer.2.02
PhotographerKen Rockwell
Maximum Lens Aperturef/4.3
Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color Area
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)220 mm
Image-Specific Properties:
Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Horizontal Resolution300 dpi
Vertical Resolution300 dpi
Image Created2013-04-18T19:15:38-07:00
Exposure Time1/250 sec
F-Numberf/20.0
Exposure ProgramManual
ISO Speed Rating200
Lens Aperturef/20.0
Exposure Bias0.7 EV
Metering ModePattern
Light SourceUnknown
FlashFlash, Compulsory, Return Not Detected
Focal Length200.00 mm
Color Space InformationsRGB
Image Width1200
Image Height981
Exposure ModeManual
White BalanceManual
Digital Zoom Ratio1.1
Scene Capture TypeStandard
Gain ControlNone
ContrastNormal
SaturationHigh
SharpnessHard
Subject Distance RangeUnknown
24 replies and 2 images omitted. Click here to view.
>>
>>3915340
$300 total, mint condition FE2 + Nikkor 50mm F1.8 pancake.
>>
>>3913589
>>3913734
Its a good camera, now get yourself a 35mm lens and you are good to go.
>>
File: Ross-2.jpg (3.54 MB, 3007x3759)
3.54 MB
3.54 MB JPG
>>3913632
If you have an FE2, I would recommend getting an f mount DSLR so you can use your lenses between your film and digital if you want to go digital. Id recommend the d610 since its pretty cheap and takes killer shots.

[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]
Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeNIKON CORPORATION
Camera ModelNIKON D610
Camera SoftwareAdobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic 10.3 (Windows)
Maximum Lens Aperturef/1.0
Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color Area
Color Filter Array Pattern844
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)50 mm
Image-Specific Properties:
Horizontal Resolution1600 dpi
Vertical Resolution1600 dpi
Image Created2021:07:18 13:01:56
Exposure Time1/125 sec
F-Numberf/2.8
Exposure ProgramAperture Priority
ISO Speed Rating2200
Lens Aperturef/2.8
Exposure Bias-1/2 EV
Metering ModePattern
Light SourceUnknown
FlashNo Flash, Compulsory
Focal Length50.00 mm
Color Space InformationsRGB
RenderingNormal
Exposure ModeAuto
White BalanceAuto
Scene Capture TypeStandard
Gain ControlHigh Gain Up
ContrastNormal
SaturationNormal
SharpnessNormal
Subject Distance RangeUnknown
>>
>>3913591
The camera requires batteries to function. There is nothing tricky about the coupling, you just put the lens on and it works.
>>
>>3913589
Good camera. I picked one up locally and fixed it up and it's my favorite between it and my Canon AE-1P. It just feels good to work.

The only problem I have with it is it has no shutter priority. Because of that my next film camera is probably going to be an F4 or even the great meme itself, the F6.

File: download (1).jpg (83 KB, 1060x600)
83 KB
83 KB JPG
Serious question: How did people take portraits before eye AF?
10 replies and 2 images omitted. Click here to view.
>>
Zone focusing
>>
>>3918763
I miss this shit. Super easy to get perfect focus and newer cameras don't even even have them because everyone is lazy and retarded
>>
>>3919020
>Serious question, have you ever shot medium format?
No, but I do realize that medium format is really beautiful
>>
Man how did people even exist before the internet?
>>
>>3918760
They were just always out of focus obviously

Is it realistic/feasible to be into both video and photography on a purely hobby level?
1 reply and 1 image omitted. Click here to view.
>>
>>3919341
Yes, every hobbyist is already well equipped to partake in both as your phone literally does both to a better degree than you would ever need
>>
>>3919341
Sure it is! As long as you can afford it yeah, your scope for doing shoots and videos becomes much wider. Wish i'd have the drive to do that.
>>
>>3919341
Absolutely not. That's preposterous.
>>
>>3919341
Yes, the biggest sect of people who are into both equally are probably storm chasers.
>>
>>3919341
Sure. But sometimes we catch dreams of doing this professionally; having been inspired by professionals. Particularly with cinematography in TV and movies, which makes elements of what they do second nature. What looks 'right', etc. Sadly, the market is so saturated, that it's very difficult to get noticed.
I started with it as a hobby, but hoped to be noticed by professionals. That didn't happen, so I am back to just doing it as a hobby.




Delete Post: [File Only] Style:
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]
[Disable Mobile View / Use Desktop Site]

[Enable Mobile View / Use Mobile Site]

All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective parties. Images uploaded are the responsibility of the Poster. Comments are owned by the Poster.