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If /p/ were to build a freestanding garden shed as a small home studio, what would it put in? Size? Dimensions? Furnishings?
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>>3680653
8 x 5 meters studio owner here. Its enough but just barely. I would love it to be 8 x 7 since I cant put the strobes far away from the model. Also keep in mind you need 2 more things. Storage space (for fabrics, accessories, props, modifiers) and a place where the model changes clothes and puts make up. You will need a good mirror with lighting for that.
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Hey OP, are you still here? Do you have any drawings or floor plans on what you want to design? I'm strangely fascinated with your studio shed idea and was curious for some updates.
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>WASSSUP /P/ ITS MCKINNON HERE AND TODAY IM GOING TO SHOW YOU...
>long pause
>HOW TO MAKE A /P/ SHED. BUT FIRST... INTRO.
>fart, pop, piss
>Well now that I'm back with that sick ass dump
>*leans into camera and whispers,
>so sick dude
>WE ARE GOING TO MAKE OUR... VERY... OWN... /P/ SHED
>ONE, forget photography for a second and settle on down with shelves
>THATS RIGHT SHELVES
>You gotta have a place to put you ABSOLUTELY SICK gear.
>Like for me
>*whispering again
>See this beauty right here?
>*twirls it in front of the camera between his fingers

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>>3681666
I don't even know who that is but I can't stop laughing to this stupid post.
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>>3681672
it's actually not that far off

Does anyone know what kind of film/camera Shoichi Aoki may have used for his street photography in Fruits Magazine? the colors/light are so distinctive.
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>>3681659
Man, you’re clueless.
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>>3681667
Just my critique. Give me an analysis. Show me where you see beauty in that. It is just trainwreck photography: something off enough to grab your attention for the sake of attention grabbing.
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>>3681669
He's calling you clueless because you don't understand the Japanese street fashion photography scene. It doesn't matter if you're right or wrong, that scene is just what it is.
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>>3681643
We're talking about film, not Fuji's digital products. The jpegs do not have the magenta shift like Fuji's velvia film stock. Are you retarded?
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>>3681669
The mission statement of this photography is not “I’m going to take a beautiful photo” — he’s wandering around one neighbourhood in Tokyo finding the stylish people that used to congregate there, putting them dead center in the frame.

This is literally just street fashion blog photography, just happens to be done in an iconic era of Japanese fashion. You’re only looking at these as artistic photos because they happen to mostly be shot in good light, a lot of this guys photos are extremely drab snapshots, because they’re only about the outfits.

Does anyone here sometimes use the electronic shutter on their camera? In particular in situations where you don't want to be the click clacking autist?
And yes I am aware it's not good for your bokeh + rolling shutter will ruin moving images, but regardless there must be times when you do use it.

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>>3681038
>I'm literally going to need to shoot hundreds if not thousands of pictures in a single day.

Good point. Silent shutter does increase battery life by a large margin. I'll just throw my camera into it when running low.
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>>3678917
>Is this the result of electronic shutters on modern phone cameras?
Yup. I captured that effect 2 days ago during a lightning storm but it wasn't as prominent as that picture. Mainly because the lightning was a couple of kilometers away.
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>>3678917
Yeah, perfect timing rolling over the area where lightning struck.
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>>3678796
>asks about electronic shutter
>posts shutter blades in action
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>>3681676
>posts shutter blades in action
>while discussing avoiding this action due to unwanted side-effects
Makes perfect sense to me

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I have a canon efs lens that I use with my 40d. I also have a lumix gx7 and canon eos m, both mirrorless. The lumix has a m43 sensor and the eos m has a similar sized sensor to the 40d I'm 99% sure.

Would there be any benefit to adapting this lens to the eos-m than the lumix gx7 because the eos-m has a similar sized sensor to the 40d?

Forgive my lack of knowledge, I'm decently knowledgeable otherwise of photography in general.

pic unrelated

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>>3681702
Nah, better use a native lens on your EOS-M, like the 22mm or the 11mm-something.
Next time : >>3680325 >>catalog

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I know you have them. So post them here.

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if anyone wants to collate these images into a video and but my song overtop i would love to colab with you. heres the track but i can get it to you audio only.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSm8BzMQuPA
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>>3681403

Digging your music man, not big into video editing but whoever does it feel free to grab any of the above.

you got any Photos to post?
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>>3681403
Great song I am impressed.
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Found a Hassleblad 500c/m from 1988 MINT CONDITION. Includes 80mm lens, 2 film backs, waist level and prism viewfinder, original leather strap and original boxes and manuals. Should I pull the trigger and but it? Asking price is $2000

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I own two 500 C/Ms and an SWC. Of all my medium format cameras these are the most flexible and dependable while remaining relatively compact in their dimensions.

At that price, ensure it has an acute matte focus screen, and check that the film magazine inserts have matching serial numbers to the backs themselves, to ensure factory caliberated film flatness. This is very important.

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Excuse me, 2000? I think it's way too expensive for what you are getting even though prices have inflated because of youtube. I do appreciate it having a waist level viewfinder but I wouldn't pay over 1200,- Unless you are jumping for one in mint condition and don't see a lot of Hasselblads being offered wherever you are I would negotiate for a lower price or wait for a better deal. But hey, that's me.
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>>3681220
>that image
kek
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Buy it, but never use it.

Store it in a safe place and give it about 10 years, it will be worth about 10K.

Film is dead. Medium format is awkward, expensive and no one gives a shit about if you took a picture on your phone or on some "medium format" camera.

>b-buh it's got a big negative so that means...

YAWN.

But it, store it, sell it.
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>>3681334
it's average to high. probably worth it if it's new in the box.
I have never paid more than $600 for a 500c/m

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Would you ever get a minolta cle? I'm into both the 40mm and the 28mm. Well my pictures look like a leica? Should I just get an m5? And yeah I made an entire thread for this question. Gonna be honest we are slow as fuck. Who cares lol.

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>>3679757
>thinking the shutter doesn’t effect image quality

the absolute state of poorfags
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>>3679757
Will my pictures look as good as leica with the 40mm and 28mm rokkor m lenses made for the cl and cle
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>>3679813
no those are minolta
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>>3679545
>Would you ever get a minolta cle? I'm into both the 40mm and the 28mm.
I owned one (it was a Leica CL but same camera), I didn't care for it because it felt too small in my hands. My friend who I sold it to loves it though.
>Well my pictures look like a leica?
it is a Leica, the Rokko lenses are great but you can use Leica glass if you really want to.
>Should I just get an m5?
different camera but it's also a good camera. the light meters in both are finicky and probably won't work.
>And yeah I made an entire thread for this question. Gonna be honest we are slow as fuck. Who cares lol.
exactly
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>>3679545
Yeah.
It’s one of the most practical m-cameras ever (along with the M7 and RX-A Bessas) on grounds of aperture priority alone.
But I think it’s even more practical due to the smaller size and weight. If it’s too small for your hands you can put the small grip on it which brings it up to the bulk of the other cameras (if that), is ergonomic to hold and can be removed any time.

The M5 is also a great camera, easily the most ergonomic Leica body and controls (body shape, shutter ring, meter display, aperture visible in viewfinder). And the quickest to shoot if you disregard the aperture priority M7.

As a photographer, have you quit social media? If so, how has things changed for you?

It got to the point where every portrait photographer looked like they got their skills for watching YouTubers like Manny Ortiz and Jessica kobeissi. Overly sharpened and overly processed pics, everyone only chasing bokeh. It felt like photography lost it's soul and everything was about likes and becoming an influencer.

Photos became about pixel peeping and if everything wasn't perfect in a photo, then it's not a good photo.

I quit Instagram in February of this year at around 4k followers. I could see that growth wasn't going to happen unless I ditched out cash for marketing.

I decided to work on my own platform with a private community. A place to just share photos, with no likes enabled, no politics, no memes. Just straight up photography and photography talk.

I think that social media stifles creativity because you're always going to be influenced by certain trends and flavors of the month.

I'd love to hear your thoughts.
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>>3679091
I recently started using VSCO social aspect, for posting photos.
been alot better than instagram
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>>3679091
I fell for it a bit on instagram, then took a break for a few months. Back on it now just posting my stuff, not giving a fuck how many likes I get. One of the people I used to follow started not including certain tags in his photos because they weren't featuring his photos enough. That just enforced me not becoming like that. That and being popular on instagram basically requires complete over-editing to gain any recognition.
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Thinking about it, what social media for photos are there anyway?
500px is a paywalled chink stock scam, IG is a fag maze, Flickr is basically a storage system with a small notes section
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>>3680924
>mfw posting some of my photos on linkedin

I thought that was the go/to site for getting work but seems like people just use it for a more "mature" facebook where cute women post pics of themselfs in fancy suits?

How can I make some money on the side from my bird photos?
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>>3680924
500px uses AI to predict what tags should go with your photograph and it's very accurate. I'm almost suspicious that 500px is mainly an AI learning tool.

>>3681655
>linkedin
loool, I uploaded a few photos to my LinkedIn as well even though nobody is going to see it and it makes little sense to do so there unless you're a professional photographer. It's probably good though to put a couple of your best photographs on there though since you never know if you can earn a gig from an old coworker or something. Professional portraits is something I've had in mind since most people joining LinkedIn may have little money but want a good portrait, making a demand for low price beginners to build some experience and cash. I don't know what I'm talking about really but that's the fantasy that runs through my head anyways.

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How do I get back into photography? It was a frequent hobby of mine for a long time, but work stress and so forth really killed my drive for a lot of things. I'm still working, but I feel like my head is unfucked and I'm slowly crawling back into the stuff I once loved like cycling and videogames.

So what do I do?
>Pic is some random shit I took a few years back on a fishing trip

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>>3681609

Simply start taking photos again.

I fucked up and caught COVID. I won a contest to print one 12x12" 56-page glossy photobook for free. I am asking you to submit photos to me. I will include credit to you however you want it. Email me at barnfern360@gmail.com.

Include in the email
Name to credit:
Title:
Description:

Hell, I will ship the book to one random person who submits to this. I just want to use this voucher.

For ICC profile info: https://www.saal-digital.com/service/icc-profile/
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>>3680260
hope you get better too anon this was pretty cool of you to give away
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Was this the advert they were placing all over instagram? Saw it but thought it was too good to be true...
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>>3681174
>$200 promo to be able to spam the fuck out of people
>too good to be true
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>>3681319
Yeah didn't think about it like that...it's one of those things though...'free' never really means 'free' in my experience.
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>>3681322
OP here
Their price model is just outside of the voucher they provide. I got a $150 off, but the book will cost $170.

I usually print a lot of my photos in books for personal use. If their product is good, I might come back to them.
snapshit incoming

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American Independence Day thread?

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>>3679966

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>>3679966
This one is pretty cool.

Also kicking myself for not bringing a faster lens.

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>>3680417
Yeah it is. That's what I get for making adjustments on my phone afterwards.
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Wouldn't be the Fourth of July without some idiot burning down their shed.

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>>3680415

>I never understood why people do this. Like yeah, you took a picture of something that's been photographed a gorrilion times and can be seen anywhere on earth, congrats.
taking pictures of the night sky and celestial objects is more about "nerding out" than trying to stand out. the camera/lens enables you to see details you normally wouldn't be able to see with the naked eye and it's just really fun to snap a quick picture of the moon when you're outside at night and zooming in on it to get a more complete view.

for example, here's a shot of Jupiter I took a couple nights back, it's by no means a great picture, but there's something really cool about the fact that with just a normal DSLR camera and a 200mm lens, you're able to see some of the moons orbiting around the planet.

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/p/ Tennis Thread!

Rules:
1. Post a picture that shares a similarity with the previous photo. Similarity can be in theme, subject, overall look, whatever.
2. Must be a picture you took; don't just grab something from Google Images
3. Try to avoid volleying your own picture unless the thread's about to fall off the board
4. Op image is the initial serve

Scoring
+1pt: Each volley
+2pt: It's a new photo you took specifically to match the previous shot, not just something you dragged out of your archives
+2pt: It's a really good volley (i.e., the connection to the previous shot is something awesome, like you posted a picture that looks very similar in the thumbnail while being an entirely different subject)
+0pt: If the link is lame ("You posted a black and white shot? Here's another black and white shot")
+3pt: The photo is just a really good photo on its own merits
+0pt: Volleying your own shot

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>>3678503
(The name of this band was "Turtle Club")

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>>3654696
took this back in 2015 I think

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>>3679961
ah shit - I fucked it all up
forget the previous image
here's the correct image
also 2015 - same 'roll'

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>>3679961
Sehr gut.
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>>3679970
Night after night, who treats you right, baby

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Sony has terrible ergonomics. Look at this mf grip.
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>>3681581
Cont. or what I can easily imagine, even over 10 seconds, is the way mobile phones take several short exposed shots and superimpose them where possible. But I understand that's not happening here, right?
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>>3681582
At what exposure time?
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>>3681585
Whatever it wanted, it was aperture priority wide open.
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>>3681587
This sounds like sufficient exposure at 6 stop stabilization, but not necessarily camera shake or corners under control. Anyway! Maybe a bit of scepticism is better than trusting that it should be impressive! Thank you for the insight!
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>>3681575
>If Olympus can do it, everyone else can catch u
Maybe they don't want to catch up and end up lowering the image quality. Ever thought about that?

>>3681573
It sounds more like you are the shill to be honest. Nice olympus advertisement, but why would you want to invent such an aggressive IBIS to begin with if you know it will destroy your corners and force you to crop it off with electronic stabilisation?

It's better to just keep the IBIS settings conservatively to begin with.

Hi /p/ I have absolutely gotten sick of Instagram to post photos. I don’t want this to be a meaningless post, and maybe this is more of a vent of my frustration with getting work on the internet but god fucking damnit. The absolute inefficiency, and garbage aspect ratios have driven me over it. I’m sick of 4x5 or 1x1, I’m sick of the monopoly Instagram has over the photog community. If there is any other site besides this please let me know because I’m honestly just ready to trebuchet the ceo into the sun for his inadequate handling of this app. Atleast Facebook, a fucking dinosaur website can handle full images at HD capacity can upload my photos with ease. I would honestly be okay if protestors put a guillotine in front of his house too. Fuck social media, I’m fucking out, fuck you garbage ceos fuck capitalism fuck Instagram I’m ready to kms its so god dam infuriating.

Pic unrelated it’s one I took.

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The only photography anyone cares about is their own.

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>>3681375
t. gommie
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>>3681375
Nice blog here's an upvote
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>>3681503
I can't even muster up the delusion to care about my own photography
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>>3681503
I mean you're not wrong lol

Sorry to burst in with such vigor and fervor, but I just want to see more pictures of this cool thing I found: [pic related]
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I can already imagine thousands of white people who listen to Kendrick Lamar taking pictures of that thing each year


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