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Let me guess...... you need more?
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>>4080266

Known issue with the S90. Has to do with the lens barrel. I had two that did it.
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>>4080542
Your own printer or do you have a service you use? And do you touch the photos up or anything? Sometimes I add a grain that helps make the images feel more high-res (obvi not more high res, but you notice pixelation a lot less when looking up close), there's also AI-enhancement but I rarely use that
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I need 2x as much
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>>4081435
same here

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I see some pretty big cameras being posted in this thread. /p/ trying to compensate for something or something?

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i'm trying to buy my sister a camera for her birthday and need help. she's a film student and I know it's not exactly this board's expertise but there's no /filmography board, I'm imagining some of you are knowledgeable enough about videography to help me out on this. I'm looking at DSLRs and trying to spend less than a grand but i don't want what I buy her to be obsolete mad quickly. im looking at the canon eos rebel sl3, thoughts?
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Isn't giving this kind of stuff better with a bit of dialogue? It's like painting someones house green as a surprise only to find out they like blue better. You shouldn't ask 4 chan what would be good, you should ask her..., or likely will get something not entirely what she likes/ prefers to use.

And as a sidenote, 4k (or 4k plus) movies takes a shitload of processing power to edit. Don't forget you not only need a camera, but a beefy computer as well.
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>>4082100
>I dont want what i buy her to be obsolete mad quickly
>DSLR
too late.
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>>4082739
DSLRs will never be obsolete, chud. they're good now especially since lenses have never been cheaper
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>>4082742
they have been obsolete in the video world for over half a decade now
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>>4082742
Being cheap doesnt save them from obsolescence. If anything, being cheaper proves that theyre falling off. Lens development is going to stagnate for them.

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What do you think?

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Digital changed the landscape. Before the pixel, craft was still an elemental component of the narrative. A process that involved trusting strips of cellulose in a mysterious dark box was replaced by instant, impeccable rendering, in situ on vast monitors. The photographer’s role as sorcerer and custodian of the vision was diminished: The question ‘have we got it?’ became redundant. Now it was the photographer asking the art director asking the client. Which is a big deal. Because the previous dialectic was that you engaged people who brought something to the party you couldn’t provide yourself. Like Magi, the ‘creatives’ brought creativity; photographers, vision. By abdicating those responsibilities to the guy who’s paying, you’re undergoing a sort of self-inflicted castration. A culture of fear and sycophancy develops. Self-worth diminishes, because nobody really likes being a eunuch, even a well-paid one. There’s less currency in having a viewpoint. The answer to the question ‘What have you got to say?’ drifts towards ‘What do you want me to say?’ There’s reward in being generic, keeping one’s vision in one’s pocket. Trouble is, when your vision has spent too long in your pocket, sometimes you reach for it and it’s not there any more."
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>>4074875
i dont get the point, client work has always been about this... unless you have an unique aesthetic that people are specifically paying you for
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>>4074914
Yes
All sorts of creative stuff came from being able to take 1000 pics a day without spending money
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>>4074875
>>Digital changed the landscape.
True, it's a lot easier now.
>>Before the pixel, craft was still an elemental component of the narrative. A process that involved trusting strips of
Aaaand, here it's where it goes off the rails already. Easier does not mean anyone can do it, contrary to what many people seem to believe, it's easier, but not easy. Real photography still takes a lot of work besides just pressing a button. The people that are just pressing a button, are not photographers.
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>>4082699
>Real photography still takes a lot of work besides just pressing a button. The people that are just pressing a button, are not photographers.
>nooooooooooo you're not real photographers! >:(
Keep trying to gatekeep colin
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>>4082703
Not Colin and not gatekeeping. I like people making photograps, but photography is more than just that one button press. You can clearly distinguish between a snapshot and someone that has experience (exposure triangle, composition,,takes time to do post). Doing everything good in that process, or at least decent, takes time and effort to learn.
You can of course be artsy and think you don't need all this 'knowledge' and make very alternative stuff randomly and by chance. Can be art as well, it's a subjective thing, so I dunno. On the other hand, if you're a good photographer, it shouldn't be a problem for you get in the 'popular' page of 500px,just because you want to or as a challenge to yourself. Or win a photo contest or something. You can keep making excuses like you don't want to, it's not your style, the algorhythmmmm is messing with you, but in the end, you just lack the skill or the perseverance or simply the patience to wait for the right light conditions were that one shot is the best. If thats you, who wishes to keep believing that browsing and discussing, blaming gear, 'the times' and what not are what's keeping you back, then I'm here to tell you, there is no easy way, no shorcuts, or just 'raw talent' (in pressing a button one time, really?). Like all other crafts, it takes time and effort to get better at it, and in photograpy, there is always more to learn.

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>there's "people" on this board that think pic human vision can get the same resolution as pic related across its FoV (about 500MP)
>their cones are defective and yet they insist on arguing about color too
I almost want to give up, feels like picking on a retard.
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>>4082682
Moop thinks everyone who disagrees with him is one single person. It's a form of projection because HE samefags all the time.
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>>4082693
poor moopy doesn't know about the discord :'(
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>>4082682
???
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>>4082698
>faking (You)s
kys
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>>4082677
>he doesn't autoflush cookies

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Tells Everything

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXPs1gizXyA
Beginning is reddit tier blogpost. Interesting part starts from 7min.

>sony flies shills to his house to show him presentations, gets invited to presentations, food, alcohol, fancy hotels, all paid
>gets 50,000$ just from affiliate links for sony rx1
>bashes xpro1 for shit AF, gets blacklisted by fuji
>attempted bribe by dji to take out weight comment from vid, declined, doesn't get anything from dji either
>bombshell: earns half a mil just from b&h affiliate links

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>>4080692
Your local camera store will have models you can fondle and get a feel for, they will also be able offer advice.

Stop coming up with excuses to sit on your greasy asshole all day.

Only cucked faggots buy based off online reviews, especially when they are fully aware that reviewers make their money by blowing smoke up people's asses, not by offering fair and unbiased reviews.
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>>4080643
>p. angry sony representative
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>>4080694
this unironically. the fujifags were telling me how great the erognomics of the cameras were, but after trying them out in a store, the XT2 was a shitty feeling and had no grip, and the XPRO2 had even less of a grip and felt like a brick. i even went multiple times to try but couldn't get past how shitty they felt in my hands.
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>>4080694
>Only cucked faggots buy based off online reviews
That would be a far higher percentage that you think.
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>>4082660
No, I expect that to be a huge percentage, and 99% of people won't even use their camera for more than a year too.

The internet made people too lazy and too sheep like, and every hobby has the same issues these days.

If everyone bought after trying products at a store and speaking to the sales guys that have been there long enough to know what they are talking about, I'd expect at least 75% of sales to be on Sony mount and the rest split quite evenly between Fuji and Pentax as they offer a slightly different experience.

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I have an Olympus Pen F and it has a weird problem, the negatives come out sideways, like in this pic. How do I fix it?
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>>4081494
I'm pretty sure you're supposed to do that after shooting. The camera produces squeezed images so you need to desqueeze them and stretching the film is how.
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>>4081633
>>4081485
>>4081416
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>>4081633
That's only with the inkjet models (or with the adapter), but OP looks like he has the toner model, which AFAIK are unstretchable, so they must be combined in post per >>4081485
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>>4081743
It can be done, but you need a flat iron to improve its ductility before stretching.
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>>4081403
You're supposed to shoot Vison3 on that OP

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I'm going to Wales next week and I wonder what gear I should bring. I'll mostly do landscape and macro but will probably need most of my photo backpack (Shimoda Explore 30 L) for clothes and stuff. I'll also have to carry my tent, sleeping bag and sleeping mat (altogether 3 kg) so I'd like to keep things down to the essentials.

My options are

>Fuji X-S10
>Fuji X-T20 (the rubber's coming loose so I'd rather send that one in for repair while I'm away)
>Fuji XF 10-24 mm f/4
>Fuji XF 18-55 mm f/2.8-4
>Fuji XF 27 mm f/2.8
>Fuji XF 50 mm f/2
>Fuji XF 55-200 mm f/3.5-5.6
>Fuji XF 80 mm f/2.8 macro
>Gitzo Traveler GT2545 travel tripod
>Leofoto LS223C mini tripod
>Novoflex macro rail (it'll likely be cold in the mornings so I'm tempted to bring it but it's heavy as fuck)

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>>4081834
Walked to Llyn Trawsfynydd the next day (increasingly exhausted by my backpack's weight and my hurting feet) and then hopped on a bus to Barmouth because a campsite boomer from the area had recommended it to me. Good decision desu, it's a great view from there across the estuary and along the coastline
Here's a snapshit taken from the bus

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>>4082619
Barmoth was also the first time I had some time to properly take pictures without the full 12 kg on my back
And I got to use the tripod

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>>4082622
The day after I went to Aberystwyth to visit some distant family (or so) of mine
I was really lucky with the weather but lost my sleeping mat at the bus station
Luckily it was still there when I came back to look for it

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>>4082624
I had promised a friend to go down to Cardiff yesterday and hadn't managed to hike up to Cadair Idris in the south of Snowdonia yet. There was rain firecast for Thursday noon so I decided I'd take the first bus from Aberystwyth, hike up, take a few pictures of the lakr and then rush back to catch the bus back to the station before the rain set in. Worked out surprisingly well, only Cadair Idris was shrouded in clouds. Started raining about 5 min before my bus back to Machinlleth came. Only occasion where I think I would've really regretted not brining the 10-24 mm.

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>>4082627
Spent some time walking around Cardiff with the 10-24 mm today and took some UWA pictures
I've got tons of photos of Cardiff from previous years, though most of it with much narrower primes, so that was a nice change
What I love about the British Isles is the great light that you get from the mix of clouds and sunshine

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idk i liked this one
didnt knew you could use your lens backwards

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>>4082564

autofocus is of limited use for macro anyways

I frequently don't even use the focus ring and just move the camera
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>>4082566
i don't just mean autofocus, i mean i can't manual focus unless it's plugged in

but my god you're right about just moving the camera

thanks for the new idea to mess around with
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>>4082564
>>4082567
Novoflex offers automatic lens reverse adapters for this purpose
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Lenses take something big (the scene) and project it onto something small (sensor). Turn it around and it does the opposite, projects something small onto something big (sensor). At least that's how I think it works
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>>4082621
You never used binoculars or an ocular telescope?

Where do you shop to buy props and other knock-knacks?

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>>4077790
Show me your work if you want!
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>>4076800
He is right and all of you are crying about it.
I made this without any knowledge about AI. I am sure in some months, and knowing the apropriate prompts, people will do wonders with this tech.
Sell your camera and look for a job.
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>>4080807
>you vill eat ze AI-generated pancake viz ze bugberry topping
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>>4077790
>artificial light is at the worst angle so it creates hard shadows when I try to even work with it.
It sounds like you need a lighting solution before spending too much on props.

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Cheapest way to acquire a 50 mm camera?

Willing to buy some chink scam site if I can get a cheap 50 mm stolen camera that actually is similar quality to a non garbage android phone for 30 usd.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdgTfOAjmLo
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>shooting in portrait mode with 55 mm lens on a 1.6 crop factor though a 95% coverage view finder, with both eyes open
I use this method to take photos of very fast and twitchy birds
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>>4082320
18 mm or less
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so roughly with the math
18 mm
90 deg

28 mm
67 deg

55 mm
37 deg

88 mm
25 deg
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>>4082525
>muh false equivalent comparison to binocular vision

Well, /p/? Do you use a lens hood?

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fuck lens hoods. seriously. fuck 'em. i fucking hate them so much. god damn it i fucking hate lens hoods. anyone who says they're necessary are fucking retarded and causing camera manufacturers to keep issuing bullshit. lens hoods are the fucking worst. in fact, i challenge anyone to show my a single good shot that could not have been been taken without a lens hood. one good shot that would have been utterly impossible to achieve had it not been for a lens hood. if you "have to use a lens hood" to "get the shot" your shot fucking sucks. i guarantee it.
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>>4079077
>I understand you’re in a war zone and I realize you’ve taken the photo that some people call “the Mona Lisa of the 20th century,”
How far up ones ass can someone be
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>>4075595
no, it partially blocks the rangefinder, thus obscuring the focus splitter, on my Olympus 35RC
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>>4075595
they're good at keeping rain off your lens which is nice
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Flares
Accidental bumps
Rain
And $50 UV filter protects your $1000 lens

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Why the fuck are V90 SD cards so expensive
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maybe I'm the gear thread someone knows
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>>4082575
why are you the gear thread?
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>>4082590
she said maybe though so how supposed to know innit

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I recently bought an a6400 and sigma 18-50mm f2.4 as my first camera. I was looking for a somewhat compact camera that would give me better photos than my smartphone (2021 flagship phone).
I really like it because I am able to throw it in my regular day backpack and the photos are much higher quality (image quality wise) than my phone.
I knew that APS-C would perform worse in low light but I didn't think I needed to worry about that because I assumed low light meant nighttime... I didn't realize low light meant indoors...
I took some indoor photos today and a ton of my photos came out grainy or blurry. I shot in Aperture priority mode at f2.8 and limited ISO to 2000. The camera would usually max out ISO at 2000 and select a shutter speed of something like 1/80. Shutter speed was sometimes too slow for a sharp image so I went into manual to lower it and then the images came out too dark.
Is this a APS-C "limitation" or am I doing something wrong?

tl;dr - Bought APS-C camera, did not realize indoors was considered "low light", indoor photos come out blurry OR grainy. Am I a retard using the camera incorrectly or is this a APS-C limitation?
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>>4080446
Did you seriously realized photography works with light? Holy shit, you might be a genius!
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>>4080350
fake and gay fuck off
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>>4080516
Nice strawman faglord
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>>4076136
just try it, you might like it
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idk bro just embrace the grain when it's unavoidable, 99% people aren't gonna be pixel peeping your shit and it's not like your gonna be selling prints anyway.

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From the demo iPhones on display at the stores.

https://mega.nz/file/AT9CmZqC#0UVBuyxuTQxW_uCsBQ-yJFowQVFB1eYXjcjBTIh1X5s
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The sensor has improved quite a lot IMO

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>>4082071
That looks pretty bad, though. Everything further than 5 feet away looks like it's from one of those digishit threads, just higher resolution.
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>>4082263
Nah digishits from 2006 look better lmao
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>>4082534
It is to induce negro fatigue in sane people and normalization in others
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>>4080936
my xiaomi makes better photos than your itoddler sorry

Will we ever get a smaller version of this piece of shit?
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>>4082444
20mm is such a great focal length for boxy aspect rations, everything wider tends to look off to me, unless it's in portrait orientation.
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>>4082420
>don't pretend if you mounted that on a MFT camera you'd get a 20mm
Literally you are the only one with that idea. Very poor attempt at moving goal posts
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>>4082538
>that makes it the equivalent of a 20mm on MFT
Mr goldfish can't keep 2 consecutive posts in memory
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>>4082446
20mm M4/3 or 20mm FF?
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>>4082539
A DSLR lens FF compatible on a FF camera. I didn't know I had to spell that out for the turboretard, might be an MFT thing.


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