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i tried to superglue the mode dial cap back on and accidentally superglued the button down in the center. the dial works, but that button is stuck in a permanently pressed state. how easy is this to fix? should i lick some balls or what should i do
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>>3523845
you now have a more frictiony button. congrats anon
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>>3523845
You're an actual animal, if it was that easy to pry up it would have come loose with time. Enjoy your now mangled camera i guess.
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>>3523502
He can use a dropper tube or just pour it on sparingly
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>>3523845
>i am currently travelling outside of capitalist society for
So you finally decided to leave LA huh?
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>>3523845
anon, you madman. bless your raped shutter button

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Have you taken a photo today?
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i love the sunset in this one

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no

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>>3523332
Very nice
Maybe desaturate the pinks a tiny bit, you're losing a bit of detail there.
RAW therapy defaults the curve to film-like which seems to oversaturate certain colours a tiny tad so I often compensate with the HSL sliders
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Ok Man,
Thanks

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Why are frames so expensive? Where do you go to buy your frames?
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Dollar store. You'll easily get 4x6 frames. 8x10 might be harder to come by.
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Learn to build them and you'll understand why they are expensive.
I built a frame out of walnut when I had access to a wood shop. It looks nice but dam what a bitch to make and fit.
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>>3522597
i have a lathe so i just make my own
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try some thrift stores, they may require some sanding and staining or painting.
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>>3523919
Smell and mold are the biggest downside and you only smell them outside after you purchase the frame. But otherwise cool wooden frames can be had used for cheap. If the frames consist of only wood then sanding and coating can get rid of smells but be ready to throw all cloth and paper parts out.

You can even buy old painting or art from thrift store and only keep the frame. This may be easier thak trying to find frames only.

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rollei film edition

old thread: >>3515622
All analog/film photography related questions and general discussion is to take place in this thread.
35mm, 120, medium format, large format, instant, polaroid, instax, C41, E6, B&W, developing, scanning, labs, darkroom etc.
Post photos as often as possible, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!

useful links:
http://istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography
https://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart.php
http://industrieplus.net/dxdatabase

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you shoot 120mm film
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New gay sheeeeeeit
>>3523979
>>3523979
>>3523979
>>3523979
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>>3523980
Isn’t this a bit early? We haven’t even hit bump limit yet.
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>>3523984
Now we have, thanks to your contribution
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>>3523881
>hasn't been used for long time
that's seller code for "it may work but most likely won't so take your risk but you were warned" and you also should read it as "desperately needs service to make it work properly".
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Praktica MTL 5

Kodak ColorPlus 200

My first film roll

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Took some photos recently

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>>3523704
What the hell is going on here? Excessive green boost, some kind of hdr, and focus stacking? The rest are fine, though a bit dull. With >>3523694 being a pleasing gem.
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very nice thread. my personal favorites:
>>3523691
>>3523693
>>3523706
>>3523735
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All solidly done, but like >>3523743 said, very post-card ordinary

this one stands out though >>3523693

other personal faves
>>3523694
>>3523716
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>>3523690
I'm retarded. How do you do these types of pics? Is it seriously just a 10sec shutter or are these multiple pictures put together?
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Very nice

I'm getting all my adobe products cancelled, even though I bought my copy in 2014 and it works just fine. How do I cut communication with Adobe so I can continue serving my clients. I'm trying to use 2017 CC Premiere Pro, and it's a dream, but fucking adobe created a pop-up that you can't minimize. What can I do to protect myself from these bastards. I can't get Little Snitch to work, plus the demo is over and I'm not looking to pay for something else. Do I have any options?

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Nigga, remove that shit from your registry manually.
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>>3522777
Trips of truth. There is a hosts file on github that should do the job. Just google "hosts adobe".

>>3522906
You're talking out of your ass.
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>>3522910
Thanks a lot guys, this is super helpful.
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>>3522907
fucking dumbass, I'm not retarded.
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First of all: Burn your computer; Magnet your hard disk; Go live in the woods.

that's the only solution to get from Adobe.

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Just grabbed a Nikon D3500, this is from my second day with the camera.

Be brutally honest.

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>>3523559
*and for photojournalist work too
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>>3523559
>>3523567
Got a point there, can't deny it.

What do you shoot then?
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>>3523574
Models and photojournalist stuff ha.

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guys why is there a bunch of vignette

is that normal?

I have only owned expensive lenses
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>>3522662
Did you add the vignetting or is that lens really that horseshit? it looks like you took a DX lens and put it on a FX body.

>he doesn’t shoot RAW exclusively

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>he has one with him
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>>3523724
>>he doesn’t shoot RAW exclusively
who?
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>>3523724
Yup, I do shoot JPG+Raw but that's just for a good preview.

Even for the most mundane shots I edit the raw file.

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I randomly found an old piece of camera roll in the street. So i tried to see if i could make the pictures more visible.
I played around in Ps with color correction, contrast, levels, etc etc... and this is the result??
What do you think and uh, is there any way to do this better?

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>>3521354
>Literal autism
Impersonating a real expert would be autism, that's not me.
I'm just familiar with proper scanning methods and tools.
I don't know the proper tecniques or physical cleaning options for such old and poor condition film because I only work with things in decent condition.

For all I know OP could bathe the film in some solution to remove most of the gunk and get an excellent scan with no effort. But I'm not an expert and wouldn't know. All I know is his scans are absolute shit and he's wasting time by working on garbage.

OP's basically doing the IRL equivalent of saving low quality thumbnails and trying to upscale and enhance them when high res originals are waiting for him.

This man has some good advice. >>3521352

>>3521352
DSLR scanning is a bit overrated but would probably be a good option here.
But nothing really beats a professional properly calibrated film scanner.

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>>3521257
I once randomly found pieces of b/w Super8 film by the side of a canal. Took them home and had a look with a magnifying glass, looked like an old porno, kek.

I spiced the pieces that weren't destroyed together in what looked like the right order and viewed it on an old hand cranked editor...
>late 60's/early 70's
>set in a living room
>"Steptoe and Son" is playing on TV
>sex scene (not hardcore)

One of these days I'd like to digitize it, there's probably only about 15 seconds of footage. With it being b/w and silent an animated GIF would do.

Why would I bother? Well, I found it intriguing as to why someone would destroy a film and throw most of it in a a canal. I'll never know why but I rescued a bit of it.

>woman is wearing leather underwear
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>>3521356
>DSLR scanning is a bit overrated but would probably be a good option here.
If anything, DSLR/MILC scanning is underrated.

> But nothing really beats a professional properly calibrated film scanner.
They work very slowly in comparison, and aren't really better for 35mm film.
Actually probably a lot of larger film too, now that cameras have increasingly immense resolution with their high resolution sensors and pixel shift tricks and so on.

They may still be better on large format film simply because AFAIK there are very few quickly workable solutions to do tiled macro shots as you might have to do to get the same resolution per area of film.
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>>3521392
>If anything, DSLR/MILC scanning is underrated.
Stitching is lossy.
Using low megapixel cameras is limiting due to the bayer filter and anti alias filter in most cameras.
Cameras, unless processed directly from a RAW following good archival style tecnhnique, will affect image quality in a way that may seem pleasing but is actually inferior if there's no built in mode specifically for film digitization.
Lens distortion is also more of a relevant thing.

DSLR scanning has a lot of cons.
Sure if you use a high end hasselblad with a super high end lens you'll BTFO almost all scanners on the market except for the ultra high end pro gear but most people DSLR scanning are doing so to compete with flatbeds or to save time.

Saving time is kind of a meme for most because anyone shooting film in the modern era who isn't drum scanning their shit or getting darkroom prints is basically a moron because all analog gains are thrown out the window when you get low quality scans. You've either got a family history to scan in, or you're a pro buying rolls and scanning them weekly. If you're the latter, and haven't switched to digital, and are DSLR scanning you should just be shooting digital in the first place.
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bruh these arent even worth saving. they dont look interesting at all. theyre just normie family photos.

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posting a few pics,wanna hear your thoughts on them

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>>3523298

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>>3523301
that's all from me

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>>3523297
I'm a sucker for simple shots like this with a lot of negative space.
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>>3523301
this ones really cool. the other ones i dont really care about.
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>>3523297
Bretty good 8/10

>>3523298
3/10

>>3523301
Good quality but sunsets are overdone as fuck. 6/10

>>3523304
Kind of bland. 5/10

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Why must I always miss on super deals?

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>>3523184
They sure could use some *good* publicity as of late.
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>>3522803
>tfw just bought a 16-35mm f/2.8 for $275
When I think about some of the things I've bought before, I don't feel like I missed out.
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tfw still haven't found a deal that matches the one I got for my camera in our local used market

feels good
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>>3522934
>>3522966
Panasonic is ending the m4/3 line
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>>3523563
Wet wishes of sonyggers. Turns out they're just starting.

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Going for a hike, think I should take my film camera or m43? My m43's widest lens is a 35mm equiv the film's widest lens is a 21mm equiv. I was thinking the film camera with the 45mm equiv and the 21mm equiv (though I do have a 35mm equiv for the film camera)
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>>3523593
Oh no I might have knocked off a sony shill or m43 is a tiny penis thread
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>>3523579

Take your longest lens. Everyone takes landscape photos of mountains with wide angles. Wide angle lenses aren't about "getting everything in the frame." They're about getting a shot from a different perspective than you normally see. You still have to fill the frame with a wide angle -- people always forget this.

Take a tele and shoot some mountains with a 200mm. Or something over 100mm. Shoot mountains in portrait, not always in "landscape" mode.

You'll get good results.
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>>3523620
>learned new meme advice for specific circumstances
>regurgitates it immediately, in general terms
/p/
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>>3523624

Buddy over here is going on a hike... Not shooting for a travel magazine. Why not try something different for once?
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>>3523620
Not bad advice, but it's also lacking. Sometime you'll be so close to the mountain that you'll just get a cliff on 100mm. And sometime you'll have as much haze, you'll get nothing useful. Everything depends on context, light and environment you get.

Hey guys when is that new yellow super8 coming out?
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haha
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>>3523179
never
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>>3523179
Patience, it's getting funded by skateboards and patches.

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Is there any way to achieve this effect without a secondary external flash?
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>>3521363
you need off camera light
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>>3521363
Light a bonfire
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>>3521363
Dance around it, naked.
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The one you have with you
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>>3521363
yes
with a window and darkened room


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