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to /lit/'s Magazine:
lamp.lit.magazine@gmail.com
https://lampbylit.com

Hey anons. Really want to get input from other creative boards for the next issue of /lit/'s magazine. Please consider submitting your photography. Everything in the magazine is attributed to Anonymous. Thanks!
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>>3797388
checked.
yes kek requires it of me.
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>>3781369
Is that Virginia Tech?
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>>3797381
>I can't get my stuff published in a real magazine so I "edit" submissions from an anime forum

god I hate critics and wannabes so much
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>>3798877
not him
but what is a "real" magazine? and what's wrong with editing fun magazine from a website that he cares about?
you sound like an appeal to the authority asshole then you say that you hate critics. fuck you and gatekeeping. let people find more creative ways to collaborate on projects and get their artwork out there.
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>>3798888
wholesome anon

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Just found a pretty nice collection of (((free))) presets. Anyone else have links like these?

https://mega *dot* nz/folder/NCAQ2KLY#r5tOQ0JtuwBz152tFBU0mQ
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>>3798745
Dafok is that?
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>>3798746
>seething no.photo can't edit in-camera, lashes out on internet, remains impotent.
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>>3798740
fpbp

>>3798746
>he's still seething about fuji
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>>3798868
lurk more
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>>3798886
Calls another anon "no photo"
>posts no photo eithier...
Wow, what an amazing display of retardation, lol

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The photos posted in the below thread are nothing short of stunning. At one point, he posts pic related. Speaks for itself.......
https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4546849

Anybody have more examples?

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Is a Takahashi refractor a real thing? Sounds like some shit from Gundam.
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>>3798008
just magnificent precision japanese optics (ota)

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>>3797201
Astro is a very special case, OP, they are fighting physics to get those images.
Biggest factor is always the size of the hole in the telescope, that just resolves smaller things.
Filter stack designed specifically for starlight also helps a lot.
The rest of it is a 5Div sensor.
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>>3797918
It would be neat if Canon took the body of the new C70 cinema camera, with its integrated cooling fan and slick ND switching mechanism and made the "EOS a" where those 0, +2, +4 and +6 glass filters were the different Oxygen, Sulfur and Hydrogen band filters that normally get screwed on externally.
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>>3797201
Proof that different settings in different conditions make different pictures.

>tl;dr Options for editing on a tablet

Haven’t been into photography for a while but going to dip my toes back into it.

Used to have an IMac that’s completetely unusable today, haven’t owned a laptop or PC for many years, I do however own a few newer version iPads.

Are there any good options for editing on a tablet? If so, what would the workflow even look like? I’ve heard LR is on iPad, but is it even usable? Are there better options?

I’m only getting back into it for travel/family photos so I won’t be editing a large amount of images, I would however like to be able to import a RAW or TIFF and make all the basic adjustments.

Cheers.

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>>3796652
you are fine, you can make a thread here op
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>>3796652
please share your findings! I mostly use RawTherapee but it would be nice to edit on ipad
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Since this is already a thread: how do those of you on Lightroom Mobile (iPad) dealing with storage of originals? They fill up the iPad storage pretty quickly. Is there some best practice for using external storage or something?
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>>3796703
You’re looking at the wrong app. The right one is ”Lightroom for iPad” or something.

>>3797068
>Is there some best practice for using external storage or something?
You can hook up a external drive via USB-C or use a NAS.
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>>3796832
>I mostly use RawTherapee

Is there any way to use Raw Therapee or other Linuz applications on an Android pad?

(Or is there a Linux pad out there somewhere?)

Is this a good instant camera to purchase or are there superior choices? I really want to get into photographing with instant film. https://shop.lomography.com/en/lomo-instant-square-camera-pigalle?country=us
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Second hand polaroid that takes either sx70 or 600 film.
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I've got that one, the if you only shoot instax square it's fine but if you use mini the viewfinder is a pain. I'm not sure if it's my ineptitude but it was hard for me to get properly exposed pictures with it.
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That's the instant I've got and I love it. I shoot a good mixture of Square and Mini and >>3795887 is correct, shooting mini is awkward! The viewfinder does have a little demarcation which shows what part to use for mini but you're going to waste a few mini exposures while you figure shit out.

Beyond that though I've had nothing but joy with my square glass. It looks good, it performs good, Instax sheets are significantly cheaper than polaroids and in my opinion have better color too.

The 30.5mm lens thread is great since it means you can fit a multitude of filters and adapters, the flash is fine and the gels that come with the camera are a fun little selection if you want to get all arty-farty instead of actually taking a photograph.

It's a perfectly good camera, though maybe the red version there is a little overpriced since you can get the black body bundle for a lot less cash.

Lomo's instax cameras are all actually pretty good to be fair but why don't you take a look at one of the models that shoot WIDE, Instax Wide is fucking brilliant if you're into instant photography.

Square Glass Pros:
>Glass lens
>Folding bellows gives you like 90mm effective
>Looks good
>Feels sturdy enough in my hand

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>>3798108
OP here. Thank you for your post, it's very informative!
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>>3798848
Yeah no problemo bro, there's another instant thread that's been up for a while now over here >>3789074 that has a bunch of good info in it too.

If you do get yourself an instant you be sure and come on back to show us some of your pictures!

Are sony cameras really as bad as everyone here says? Should I just get a fuji instead?

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>>3798825
Pancakes depends on the body for ergonomy.
A 3 by 5 inch lens doesn't. This setup has a tiny barrel which fits into a normal palm just fine, and the right hand isn't even really needed to hold the camera.

Honestly you probably have other problems with your life such as masturbation issues if you think 5 inch length is unwieldy.
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>>3798830
>Honestly you probably have other problems with your life such as masturbation issues if you think 5 inch length is unwieldy.
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>>3798833
See>>3798814
Apparently Canon babbies are intimidated by 5 inch lengths.

Not even, it,s 4,7 inch.
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>>3798834
>using two hand to shoot is more ergonomic than using one

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>>3798835
Two hands is better stabilisation. It's good practice.

When will they stop?
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>>3798735
My previous phone had a cantered lens, current one has it in the corner. Honestly I prefer the lens in the corner. Doesn't affect the security of holding it and because the lens is in the very corner it's possible to take pics from very low angles, parallel to the floor your desk or whatever. Surprisingly there is a difference in pics from those angles.
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>>3798342
I think xiaomi is going to implement a retractable p&s style lens if that goes well it's going to be the end of multi camera phones

>>3798354
It says 108 megapickles but in actuality it just samples it down to 20mp
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>>3798730
I meant stop adding lenses to phones. This one has 5, which just seems like a ploy to make normies think it’s good. How about one really good lens?
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Not gonna lie, I'd love to see more tri-elmar type lenses. 28 - 50 - 90, now that'd be something.
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>>3798342
>upscaled jpeg saved as png
Seek psychiatric help now.

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Photos you took


Fuck the categories.

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>>3792855
Impossible to get a good Toneh going with a tiny phone lens. That's one of their remaining weaknesses.
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>>3793927
Not bad anon, keep shooting!
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>>3785326
where is this? chicago or nyc?
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Fucking best 80 dollar spend, turns sharp highlights into silky smooth whites.

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>>3790616
>gf
That looks like a bf.
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>>3796579
>no tits
>no ass
It’s a boy with long hair
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>>3794530
I have the same issue as you anon, i find the reflections really annoying.
Only solution I've found is to cope.
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>>3796578
that's such a good photo!
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I really like the old-fashioned look of low-cons, so I used a Tiffen low-con 3 for this shoot.

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Why is getting large prints made so expansive?

I can go to my local library and get a color 8.5x11" (93.5sq in) print for $0.25, but Wally World wants $16.97 for a 20x30" (600sq in).
>That's over 10x more expensive per square inch.

Where can I get color 20x30" prints made for around $5 or less?
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>>3795491
Well, where can I get a 20x30 done on regular letter paper? I don't need it to be glossy photo quality, regular laser copier quality is acceptable for what I need done.
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>>3795456
Because one uses a standard size and printers for it exist everywhere, while the other requires specialized equipment. If everyone in the world started using 20x30” for office supplies, school paper, etc. the cost would go down quite a bit.
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>>3795456
>Where can I get color 20x30" prints made for around $5 or less?
Nowhere.
Maybe if you get a bulk roll of RA-4 paper it could be something close to that.
In a pro printer of this size (Prograf and whatnot) just the ink for 20x24" costs over $5 iirc.
If you want to go over 24" wide, the next step up is 44".
So long story short expect to pay $7-8 or so for a colour 20x30", after you buy a $5k printer and an $800 ink set.
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>>3795456
just split your image into 5x5 of 4x6" prints and sticky tape them together, that would cost $2.50 for me verse $39 for a 20x30" print
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>>3795804
>20x30 done on regular letter paper?

you dont

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GF is curvy (and when I say curvy I don't mean it in the feminist way of describing "fat is so beautiful!".., but she actually has a nice hourglass figure, small waist, wide hips, big ass, etc).

I don't know that much about photography but I have a decent camera and know how to use it and I'd like to make some nice pics of my gf. So I'm wondering what the best lighting is to emphasize the fact that she has wide hips and a nice ass, without it making her look fat.

In short, how to lighting to make a curvy female look good.
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>>3795718
So, uh, measurements wise, like what we talking here?
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Has anyone here ever done boudoir before? More specifically, how do I take pictures of OPs GF with him sitting in the corner watching. Also, bull here, AMA.
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>>3795718
>shitty coom bait threads that are normally reserved for /b/ lite boards like /tv/ and /fit/ are now finding their way to slow, niche, creative boards
Well, gg, 4chan is dead/overtaken by normies and ironic shitposters. Was fun while it lasted.
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>>3795927
How the hell do people unironically think this is coombait and actually get the picture removed? This was a serieus (beginner) question about photography with an image displaying the exact body type I was wanting to photograph. It was very well related to the question I was asking and it wasn't even an erotic image or anything.

Does the sheer fact that someone wants to photograph the body of a female trigger your autism so much that it must instantly be removed from your precious little safe space?

Considering the fact that some janny actually removed the pic, I'm probably also gonna get banned for writing this, but oh well, it was worth it. You guys need to hear the truth. This is just pathetic.
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>>3798708
sir, this is a photography board, you could have at least posted a photo instead of a gif.

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Why can't Fuji make something as useful as Olympus Image Share?
>select image in camera
>turn on wifi
>connect to camera from phone
>start image share
>press one button and it downloads everything in full size without any problem
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fuji app works fine on iphone
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How does Canon manage to do this better than all the companies appealing to the snapshit audience.

CCC is dumb simple to use and does literally everything from image share to remote live shooting and auto GPS tagging you connect the shit once via BT and it auto connects any time you open the app.
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>>3797850
The screenshots of the canon app look almost identical to OI.Share. I wouldn't be surprised if it was developed by the same app developers.
Also, OI.Share uses Bluetooth as well, but not all Olympus cameras have Bluetooth. They all have WiFi Direct though.
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yeah, I don't know why Fuji can't sort their app properly. it requires patience connecting and it cycles a few times desu.
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A workaround to the horrendous wifi crap on fuji is to tether the two devices with a usb cable. It works plenty well.

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What am I getting into? The northrup of the 70s or Cartier-bresson gold?

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>>3797114
Oooh. I enjoy these old tutorial books.
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Is the laowa 0.95 f worth it over my 1.7?
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>>3797114
Take some pics, never seen this edition.
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>>3797114
PDF available?

What kind of music do you anons like to listen to while editing photos? I usually put on some Joe Hisaishi or some jazz to help make editing a more relaxing process, but I'd like to hear what you all listen to.

Pic semi related, took this when I went and saw Knocked Loose at the Nile Theater.

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Eddie Meduza or Bronski Beat
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>>3798555
>editing photos
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>>3798631
Yes. Editing photos. If you dont edit your photos you are more than likely a shitty photographer.
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vengaboys
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>>3798631
>he fell for the sooc meme

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When are we getting GH6??
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Now.
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it's called s1
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>>3798562
This year, apparently.
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>>3798567
Look how small that sensor is lol




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