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Is Hanx a good photog?
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Hank is a child lover, look at his handkerchief line

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I make photos that looks like nothing and I don't care
Figurative art is overrated anyway

I'm making this thread just so people can look at it (and a gear thread died for this)
I wish I could sell them and become rich and famous like uncle Terry

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>>3603097
make and ig and ill follow you
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>>3603090
are you the jealous tripfag? lol
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>>3603122
im not a trip and I said I liked his stuff. I dont need to like his personality.
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>>3591471
That's good stuff, Anon

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Planning on going to Egypt soon to take some snapshits on both film and digital

Any tips or recommendations? Anything from what film to take with me, places to check out/avoid, etc.
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>>3604571
And don't let Zahi Hawas know.

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>>3605010
Kind of like the Alamo.
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How does one travel with film and avoid xrays damaging it? Check-in or hand luggage?
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>>3605070
Always hand-luggage.
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>>3605070
Hand luggage and ask for it to be checked manually - always.

Remember x-rays are cumulative one time through may not be noticeable but if you go through three or four machines that is three or four times the damage.

Also the x-ray dosage is set by the operator. If he ups it to get a better look at the dildo in the bag of the woman before you and forgets to put it back you'll get a super powerful blast on your film.

I recently pick up an OM-1 off of eBay, and the description stated that it was in good working condition. As a new comer to photography, it looked good to me, so I ordered it for $105. When I finally got the camera, everything looked pretty good on the exterior of the camera, aside from minor blemishes I already knew were there. But when I took the lens off the camera and looked into where the mirror is, I could see a speckle of what seems to be mold or maybe a scratch in the bottom right corner of the mirror. I’m pretty sure it’s mold due to its texture. Do you guys know anyways in which I can remove this mold? I don’t want it to negatively affect my photos.

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>>3604443
Nothing on the mirror or viewfinder affects images. Just wipe it off with some alcohol and you'll be fine. While you're at it, buy some foam from a craft store with a sticky side to it and replace your mirror seals as well as your light seals on the inside.
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>>3604446
Thank you. I’ll make sure to do that stuff.
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I recently bought an used OM2 and it had a mirror lock-up problem, besides I couldn't open the battery compartment so I sent it to repair at a local store.
Today the guy called me saying that the old batteries had leaked inside the camera and that the fotometer had been damaged... I hope he can fix it alright, I heard they're great cameras.
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>>3605197
Here she is.

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Anyone interested in a Glasgow meetup?

We had one before but only two of us showed up, maybe we'll have more luck if we try again?
https://archive.nyafuu.org/p/thread/3350906/#q3353833
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>>3604406
Yeah it sucks... how could no one take a decent photo, we're a photo board

also I wonder how they're all doing these days, 7 years on
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>>3603754
>hundreds of photos
Post some of the good ones.
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>>3603469
>>3602941
>>3602833
>>3602832
Fuck it, since the thread is stagnating I might as well just say a date, lets do the meet Saturday 22nd of February , meet @ kelvingrove steps, 1pm
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>>3604975
Cool, I'll check my work schedule and see if I can make it!
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>>3605042
book it off big boy ;) i'll stick my request in on Saturday when im next in <3

Hello! Do you know how to remove the first element from the Nikkor 55-300mm DX lens? I need to remove the front glass, but not finding videos that show how can do that. Can you help me?
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>>3605099
Normally, you use a spanning tool. It may need rubber feet on the spanner. That inner ring just on the front element should turn counter-clockwise to remove it. Though, on some models there's a screw under the rubber grip.

If all you need to do is remove that inner ring over the front element then it will be easy. If there's some screws you need to undo then be prepared for springs and micro ball bearings flying everywhere if you open it. They do odd things.

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I've done a few test shoots for a local modeling agency in a major American City. they like the work I've sent them... How do I turn this into a paid gig? I like the exposure and practice but I like having money too.

Any other tips for shooting models?
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>>3604785
They didn't pay you? They obviously ripped you off. In this business you always have to make sure you get paid.
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>>3604821
Unless they want you to take pics of their models and pay you for it, don't meet anyone unless you've agreed that they're going to pay you.

Agencies are all about scamming both the models and the photographers. Stop wasting your time and start asking for money.
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>>3604997
facts. think i might find a contract online or make one so i dont get fucked
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Although anons have said that you messed up by doing it for free, you still need some work to show in your portfolio as an example of what you can do. Now that you’ve done the three shoots, do them paid from now on.
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>>3605059
so far, i've definitely benefited from being able to shoot models I previously had no access to.Hopefully I don't get ghosted or dropped from their contacts

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Hey can anyone help me with this pic please I have no idea how to smooth the street light or the on comming car lights, any help would be apreciated :)

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first of all, what the fuck?
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>>3605018
It's ok, no editing will make it look better.

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Ten years ago I started browsing this place. I haven't been here for about five years now. Back then you guys helped me a lot and I wouldn't be the photographer I am today without your rude comments and harsh criticism. Trial by fire.

Having said that, anyone remember a photographer from around 2011 called 'Cnad'? I've been trying to find his work again for years but he deleted his flickr.
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>>3604992
I don't think you'll find what you are looking for. Good luck.
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>>3604993
:(
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>>3604992
He's that guy from New Zealand who did a fair bit of travel as well, isn't he? Man I loved his work, definitely helped me on my journey as well.

I do remember following him on Flickr for quite some time, but he stopped posting at some point. The last project I remember was some trip to southern Asia somewhere, maybe it was Nepal or something. Interesting stuff if I recall, but then he vanished. Hope he is well.
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He is my cousin but doesn't want his work associated with /p/. Just outgrew this place, that's all. He isn't on flickr anymore under any username, btw. Just so you don't waste any time on that.

Too bad you didn't trip, you could have left an email for him to reach you at, he'd probably do that. Sorry, I would love to help but I must honor his wishes.
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>>3605019
yeah, the last thing I remember from him was a trip to SE Asia. He shot with a Mamiya 6.

>>3605027
what if I give you my email?

Photo post processing thread? It seems to be a popular choice nowadays to bring an iPad pro instead of laptops to do your editing on location.

Coupled with the apple pen and lightroom CC, people seem to really enjoy it. Is this the workflow with people here?
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>>3604566

Rate them in camera if you can, or rate them as you review them in lightroom.
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>>3604566
I usually use the color flags or rate them as the other guy said
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>>3604566
Tick on external xmp file info. Then tag them in some other program before you import files. Lightroom is slow and sluggish when moving through a lot of files. It was my reason for ditching it.
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>>3604566
I work with darktable, but that is similar to lightroom in its workflow.
Since I work with both JPGs and RAWs, my workflow is a little more complex than working with RAW only. Ignore the steps with letters for a RAW-only workflow:

1. delete obviously shit pictures in camera
2. import pictures
3. rate each picture quickly (by setting JPG and RAWs to be grouped together in the view, both files are rated)
4. Filter to only view those you rated to be sufficiently good for spending time editing
4a. Filter to JPGs only
4b. apply one color marking to JPGs which are great as they are
4c. apply another color marking to JPGs which only need mild cropping
4d. apply third color marking to JPGs which aren't great as they are, i.e. where I want to use and edit the RAWs.
5. Ungroup the JPG+RAW view to see the individual files. Edit RAWs where marked as necessary (those marked in 4d.). Crop JPGs marked in 4c.
5a. Mark cropped JPGs and edited RAWs with a fourth color markign.
5b. Filter to view all those with fourth color marking and export them as final pictures.
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>>3604417
>And modern tablets are just as capable as many ultra-books
*would be if not for the crippled software/operating system

iOS/whatever padOS is a joke

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pls comment , its for a university homework

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>>3604845
>its for a university homework
>2017:08:23 01:59:18
At least doctor the exif if you are going to turn in old shit Andrea.
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>>3604855
Not OP, but if you think that lighting is accidental, you need to get your eyes checked.
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>>3604845
What's the assignment? Is it to demonstrate a certain technique or is this a part of your portfolio? Also, I don't think professors accept photos from before their semester. Just food for thought.
How many photos did you take in this set? I would've played around more with an accent light just to see what impression it would have to light the subject's back (even if to separate it from the background). The color of the liquid is reminiscent of piss but it is what it is. Perhaps, the unsettling color was the point. It is a dramatic photo and I wouldn't change much to it in terms of composition.
I'd like to see more of this series to see where you're going with it.
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>>3604904
LEL
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Post stupid questions that need no extra thread. Use /gear/ for gear related stupid questions.

Previous is getting buried:
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>>3605048
looks like it is overexposed and has a star filter, but since that is a retro photoshoot she probably actually used some sort of sheer cloth or stiff material over the lens. Depending on the weave if the cloth it can also get that hazy effect with star filter effect.

This is the photographer.
https://claraachard.com/
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>>3606006
>>3606034
>>3606070
>>3606097
Might be Starlink. There should be another train of them launched this coming Monday, if the schedule hasn't changed again.
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I'd like to have a monitor mounted on my camera as well as a Rode mic. Does anyone have a cheap solution? I also have a Joby Gorillapod.
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>>3605910
no recovery if it is clipped one way or the other. with a black picture you get pure noise if you try to recover anything.
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>>3605412
you should get an equivalent picture to a crop camera. (after you crop the picture) so not a big deal. if you are lucky you could(given the right camera) get a negligible cleaner image this way.

go get yourself a ff prime or smth, stuff is cheap if you manage to pay for a ff.

So I've stumbled across a box of this AGFA Agfachrome CTX100 that expired in '99. I know the rule of pushing for each decade but does this still apply to slide film like this?
Any reccs or tips on shooting this stock?
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As far as I know you should just shoot slide film at box speed, older slide film may lose contrast/colour but that is fixable in post.
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>>3604830
Pretty much this, do expect some color shift.
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>>3604830
>>3604835
Thanks ! I'll try this out at 100 ISO and see how it goes

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>>3598608
>in space doggy style and reverse cowgirl are the same position.
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>>3598816
What lens?
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the one they have with them
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>>3598695
wrong
it's the batteries
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>>3604915
/thread

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which photo of yours has received the most exposure and what's the story behind it? how much exposure did you get in return?
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>>3604414
the exact location was hidden from the public for years, because the risk of some tard cutting it down. i found the cordinates to the tree on a swedish hiking forum, the tree is quite a way from any path that you can follow in the dark.

but, i found another picture of this tree during sunrise and its better then mine by far
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>>3604694
Ahh OK, That explains it. Sorta neat that you got a shot of it anyways. I'm >>3604018
from the thread so I appreciate the back story.
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>>3604808
http://www.strawpoll.me/19290682
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nothing crazy, maybe like 100 reacts or whatever they call it, just some sports photos that club members used. got credit at least haha


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