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What the fuck is their problem?
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>>3918093
But sunlight also breaks the balsam
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>>3918098
I can only shoot photos indoors now. Thanks, anon!
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Only gearfags and camera FREDs give a shit about fungus.

t. $200 Nikon 50 1.2 AI-s with a teeny tiny amount of fungus in the far corner
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>>3917950
It's a goddamn 50mm. Buy a new one.
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>>3918788
yo, what's up?

i got a 50mm f1.2 for $201 that's clean as a whistle

Took this last weekend in DC

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>>3917992
I like it, but the black sign on the left is distracting, I'd crop more
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>>3917525
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Street photography can be really hard to do well. The woman on the bike is alright for a subject but the shit on the left side of the frame is distracting and the overall composition isn’t really interesting or motivated in my opinion. If you want to take creepshots of people from far away and isolate the subject better, I’d recommend a telephoto lens. If I were to do street photos I would probably set up a scene with a wide angle and just wait for people to walk into the shot, find people to stand in the shot, or just set up a tripod and take pictures of myself. The best thing to do though is just keep shooting, maybe you’ll become confident enough to interact with strangers which will greatly improve how the photos come out, but I know I don’t like doing that too much since it can be nerve racking
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booba

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Where did the clouds thread go?

I was blessed with this today.

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There was never a clouds thread.
Take your meds.
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First time I got fucked by dual iso conversion.
A great anus appeared, but all of the footage has flickering in it.

Gave me a good idea of stuff to record though.


>>3918519
I KNOW THERE WAS ONE
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>>3918519
there was absolutely a chock-full cloud thread, you're retarded

>>3918518
Nice pano OP
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>>3918518
>Where did the clouds thread go?
it got bumped off by some bullshit gear thread >>3862774

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Why does it seem every photographers work is always so serious? How come there's never any fun or humour in galleries and exhibitions?

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>>3918359
How do you review the personal photos? Do you print them out into books/collections or just wait until Siri suggest something from your library?
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>>3918368
>Siri
I dislike the apple environment
I just insert my SD card and pick the images I think will be best at translating whatever feeling I picked from that particular moment. I share the post processed images (a lot won't be seen by others) with the people involved in said shot, they are free to do whatever they want with it.Unless it's particularly memorable, I don't share it, either.
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>>3918257
what a slut
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>>3918190
Willy Ronis has taken some photos that are really funny
William Wegman's pics of his dogs
There are many more just search for it
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>>3918190
Because if it is anything like this particular shithole, people are too busy tearing each other down and shitting on their work. In some ways, to be seen as a 'threat' and relentlessly negged is somewhat of a compliment, but it is so twisted and tiresome.

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Am I missing the photography experience by not giving into gearfaggotry? Feels like everyone just talks about gear all day
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>>3913682
I always took the ferry to around Tai O and then the two hour-long bus to get to the buddha, so imagine my shock when I learned there was a gondola system.
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Whenever I get the urge to gearfag it up, I just look through some photobooks of photographers I admire.

Robert Capa used rangefinders and lenses that would get clapped by a cheap Bessa + modern lens based on spec sheets alone. Moriyama was known for using compact Ricohs but a lot of his older works were shot with basic gear like the Pentax Spotmatic and Minolta srt 101, last I checked he was shooting with some shitty compact Nikon with a zoom lens. Bresson's most famous photos were taken with Leicas that are an actual pain to use by today's standards.

Get out there and put more time into shooting instead of wasting it lusting over gear online.
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>>3912993
Gear doesn't make you a better photographer, maybe it can motivate you to become a better photographer but that's about it. Don't buy gear for the sake of gear, only if what you want to do is completely and absolutely unachievable with what you currently have.
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>>3918415
>photographers I admire
>Robert Capa
You dropped your bagel, staging bro
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>>3912993
You're only 'missing out' that absolute faggotry that goes on /p/.
Enjoy taking photographs.

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Post your photos and comment on other anons' photos.

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>>3917194
This is cool
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>>3918281
Atleast make the shed suck the silo cock you sicko
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>>3918294
The tree sillhouette actually makes it way more interesting
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>>3918294
this is cool. and actually the tree is what makes it interesting imo. the way the red explosion breaks up in the branches

>>3917712
by far my favorite in the thread. makes me want to finally try out some IR...

>>3917973
like this a lot too

We've all seen these capes you can pull over a camera to protect it from rain.
But what if you want a less obtrusive option? Say you've got a weather sealed camera, but one of your favorite lenses isn't sealed. Is there an option like a "lens condom" that only covers the lens and attaches to the body in some way to seal the mount? Is this a totally unconquered niche in the market? I mean, it would just have to be a UV filter with a plastic lens protection attached.
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lol
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>>3913676
>what is an o-ring
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>>3918136
A concept Sony is struggling with?
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>>3917955
>>3918129
>>3918130
Started with the K1000 around 1980 went to PZ10 then PZ20...eventually K10D, K5, K3 and K1. Still use some (many) of the film/analog lenses. Luv 'em.
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I've definitely seem some ghetto shit before with silicone, rubber bands, and rubber gaskets (particularly useful for telescopic lenses).

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How to treat photography compulsion syndrome? I can't go outside without my camera, I start feeling anxious like I'd miss some interesting moment, you know what I mean?

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this isn't a problem, OP. You are probably growing quickly as a photographer. You're in a good place!
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>>3914647
what the fuck, is this the level of street photographers?
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>>3914136
>How to treat photography compulsion syndrome?
>>3914140
>You give in to it

/thread
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>>3914136
You face your own death and realize that it doesn't matter and will all return to dust the day you die.
Do you fear losing your memory of your past and that if you lose it you will stop existing?
Do you care about what people think of you?

You need a spiritual awakening.
The current you exists independently of your memories and of your social status.
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>>3918349
nah fuck that shit buy a ricoh gr iii

Make them rain
Keep it civilized, we are all here just to have fun.
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>weebshit
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>>3918335
Hey this isnt the pokemon board?

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Nikon actually did it!

Fujishills and Angry Ken Wheeler Photographer on SUICIDE WATCH!
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>>3917894
It looks *exactly* like every other nikon
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>>3917963
>*exactly*
1. Has no entries, either with rectangular or circular rubbers, in the left-hand upper corner, only a triangular ornament
2. Preview and Fn buttons are not aligned
3. Flash top has two bumps rather than two incisions or completely smoothed out
4. Mode dial is a button on top one rather than a button besides it, also squaring detailing rather than smooth or ribbed one
5. Has a Record button
6. Has new Bkt button
7. AF/IQ switch on the front is more closer to the lens than to the body than previous bodies
8. Red stripe is from the 2010-2014 era
9. No vertical grip
10. You are a nigger
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>>3918092
You’re right, here’s another photo of d600

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>>3918099
1. Red stripe from the 2006-2009 era
2. Flash top is smaller meaning APS-C or shitty viewfinder
3. Preview and Fn buttons aligned, also triangular
4. Front entry with screw-able rubber
5. AF/IQ switch on the front closer to the body hence hole for it
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9. Looks like the shitty sticky rubber leather is on the body
10. You still bang monkeys and haven't invented the wheel

A body is what you feel, not what you look
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>>3918102
Imagine being this retarded ecksdee

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What's /P/ general consensus on this kind of cameras?

I personally love them since every time I use them in public it looks like I'm having a little erection, like announcing to everyone that I'm having a boner for the subject I'm capturing, also their 1inch sensor and small size is very useful and easy to carry, not to mention that it gave you that pro look that you simply can't achieve shooting with a phone
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>>3916811
But is it the one i have with me?
Not really
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>>3916784
I use a Lumix ZS100 for work and it takes very decent photos in a pinch, but it's not as good as a real sensor and not as convenient as a phone. So it's in an awkward place. But it's fine, I like it. Wouldn't have gotten it if I didn't need a camera for work though.
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>>3918167
Not the best sensor but for $275 that's not bad. I've used a few Coolpix cameras in my day but never this one. But this one seems like one of the better pocketable point and shoots in the Coolpix line. It will take photos and video better than an iPhone SE for sure, and that zoom is something an iPhone can not do, even digitally. Plus, relying on a phone for photos and videos always feels awkward to me. Taking a pic once in a while, it's fine, but using a phone as YOUR CAMERA for a whole trip or something, awful.

So yeah I think you'd like it. There are better cameras but not many for $275.
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>>3918176
lumix g7
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>>3918215
Thanks man I’m really a noob but realized how dump it would be to come back from my first year working in Alaska with freaking iphone photos of blury wildlife. I’m gonna pull the trigger

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Hi /p/, I've shot nothing but film my whole photograhic career and am now looking to pick up a DSLR. The main issue I'm running into is that I really know fuckall about DSLRs and the digital medium as a whole. I'm only 22 so its a bit weird, but growing up my family only ever had digital point and shoots - nothing to really learn on. I'm after a camera I can use for general shooting, with a lean towards portraits. I do appreciate looks, so it can't be anything too ugly. I've done a little research already and found the Fujifilm X-T3 looks to be a good fit. I'm also interested in the Nikon Zfc, but that just might be its analog aesthetics catching my eye.

I'd really appreciate any recommendations you have in mind.
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>>3918048
>the experience of shooting a sony is incredibly repulsive coming from film only
this.
fucking sony almost killed photography for me. falling for the fucking specsheet meme here.
never again. happy as a pig in shit with my olympus, fuji and nikons.
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>>3918055
>>3918048
yup - I've tried a couple sony dslrs, insanely hard to use and get the hang of coming from cameras like the Nikon FE2 or Oly OM-1n
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>>3917830
>I do appreciate looks, so it can't be anything too ugly
>Fujifilm X-T3 is DSLR
Pick up a rope, son
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With regards to portrait, are you looking for those close up shots with an 85 or 105, or more environmental work with a 35 or 50? I found sticking with a prime fixed lens shooter like the X100 series to be a good starting point to determine if you will like using a mirrorless camera, while also offering the ability to use an OVF so long as you don't mind rangefinders. Of course, this is better suited for street than portraiture, but it's small enough to toss along with another camera. Honestly, I prefer an OVF over an EVF and couldn't stand shooting with the A7II, so went with a D750. Works well enough and the 24MP allows enough room to crop if needed.

Even with all that though, I'd rather grab an FM2 and a couple rolls of Tri-X. It's just more fun. If you do still shoot film, perhaps think about going with something that will allow you to use your existing lenses.
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>>3918055
>>3918057
I was talking about sony full frame mirrorless. first anon, did you shoot a sony aps-c mirrorless or a full frame mirrorless? the aps-c ones look like shit to use because they're lacking buttons and dials. second anon, I don't know anything about sony slt cams, they are before my photographic time. I specifically said sony full frame mirrorless, so your experience with sony slt cams is irrelevant.

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How do I become literally him?
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>>3916183
Be your own man, it's infinitely more satisfying. Why people worship these fucking whores will never register with me.
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>>3916787
Cool! thanks for sharing this awesome photography as well.
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>>3916787
you need a 4Chan Gold account to see mine
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>>3916183

hire a pakistani helper then kill him to make a story
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>>3916792
Top kek
/thread

Friends, I need some inspiration for an upcoming shoot.
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>>3913818
They look like little kids when they're waiting for their parents to finish talking and start fidgetting.
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>>3913863
>Out of shape in shape guy from the 50s

I’ve made a kind of reportage video couple weeks back. I was wondering if I could get dome feedback on the editing part mainly. Camera died when the night fell and I haven’t had any spare batteries, that’s why it ends so abruptly.

https://youtu.be/YbLoBlgCwBs

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>>3915828
is your audio clipping at the end or that's just how it sounds?
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work on storytelling. even if your goal is humor, you need to bring the audience along with you. also, a common beginner problem is shooting everything with the widest lens instead of varying focal lengths to change scale of perspective
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Lol Europe.
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Camera work: 5/10. Not great but not shit.
Direction: 3/10. Some auteurs have crafted masterful tone-poems with no dialogue. This is not one of them.
Editing: 6.5-7/10. Pretty decent. I like smash cuts after 1:50. Pacing up to the 1:00min mark is shite.
Overall: 5/10. You have something there. Despite the low score I say 'not bad'. Would I watch the whole thing? Probably would skip. But that's only because your errors with pacing (detailed below).

You need to focus on telling more of a story. You build such a crescendo by 2:30 and then pay off with a dim shot of some shitty warehouse party? Cap that off with some trashy bitches on MDMA dancing to house and you'd get an extra point or two. You could also probably then axe the first min of the video too if you had good coverage later in the night.

I get your battery died, but you still lose points because your clients won't care about your excuses. At best they won't pay you. At worst they will sue you. Keep up the good work! I can't wait to see what's next.
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>>3916145
>Some auteurs have crafted masterful tone-poems with no dialogue
Do you even know what tone-poem means you fucking mong




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