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>haven't been able to visit family and dogs in months thanks to Xi

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>>3826113
Dear god, I shouldn't have been lazy and find the original files rather than downloading from gallery.

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>>3826113
>>3826116
No single fucking country bans nationals from coming back home to see their family.
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>>3826116
Haven't had a good opportunity in like 2 years either to spend good time photographing them either.

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>>3826119
That may be, but we have still reduced the smaller candid meetings to nothing. With kids involved and everyone being old, petting the dogs, it's only the holidays etc that's worth it.

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Any helpful hints on exercises to this end?
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>>3825572
This is bullshit. Evaluative metering is not based on, nor the same as, the zone system.
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>>3825287
use darktable's tone equalizer module
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>>3825287
see this? these are your zones.
you can even preview it in-camera!
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>>3825287
Human beans have a hard time determining what middle grey actually looks like in a scene. Take advantage of the zone system to get good metering with a spot meter like so:
1. Decide if having details in shadows or highlights is more important to you
2. Set your exposure compensation accordingly, +2 EV for highlight retention or -2 for shadow retention
3. Put your spot meter on the highlights or shadows in question you want to retain
4. Lock exposure
5. Recompose if necessary, focus, and take the picture
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>>3825921
Lmao you think you underexpose to add detail in the shadows

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Why is this such a problem for me? This photo is more than six years old now. Back then I was very casual about photography and didn't even notice, but now it's getting more apparent to me that I always tilt my camera slightly to the right. This always happens if I shoot without any aid. Am I the only one? My head sits perfectly straight on my shoulders btw.

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>>3823194
>>3823205
these

It's 2021, there's no excuse for tilted images.
Cameras almost do the job for you now.
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>>3824078
shoot yourself, LARPer
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Just fix it in post. Another option is buying a mirrorless camera that renders fake horizon line over what you see. I had similar problems, especially couldn't take a straight photo in portrait, but then i've got an x100 with hybrid viewfinder and fake horizon helped me massively.

Not like there's anything wrong with fixing rotation in postprocessing.
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You're putting to much emphasis on press the shutter perhaps. Also some places are just un-even and the fucking leveler is off because of that, but says its right anyways.
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>>3824123
>>3824136
>>3824205
Oh they mad

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A slow, but it does accept teleconverters. What does /p/ think of it?
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>>3824131

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>>3825988
That's more like the F100
Remember, the F6 replaced both the F5 AND F100, so the D7 would replace both the current Dxxx and Dx bodies
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looks very competent at 70mm

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>>3826078

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>>3826080
but those stupid, incompetent bastards at dpreview can't shoot a representative 300mm.

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How does one become a video artist?
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>>3825981
You need to look like Knox Harrington firstly.

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today i took both my cameras out and made some snapshits. what did you do with your day?
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>>3825323
>Where do you meter? Shadows and then overexpose that 4-5 stops? Lights and underexpose?
Well... With that roll, to be honest, my metering strategy was "What's the slowest shutter speed I can handhold? 'Cause that had better be enough".
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>>3825326
I have a little tripod so thats not a problem, also I’m left with only my 24-105 f4 so i might just close it to f11 and fool myself that my scans are the problem with oof snaps. I’ll try the multispot metering and go down from there two stops, shouldn’t be that bad.
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These are cozy, OP. I appreciate them.
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>>3825750
Am i a talented photographer?

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>>3824776
like this one m8

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Anyone have any tips on photographing stand up comics

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>>3824091
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>>3823294
>comics
comedians
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>>3823294
You're going to be capturing movement in a low-light situation. Not easy, but also not hard if you use common sense. Tell the story, get some wide shots and include the audience, lighting, stage, tables, etc. Just pictures of the comic will be boring and out of context.
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>>3823294
Talk to the venue. I've been to a few stand up shows where I see photogs skulking in the aisles. If you're just taking photos with your ass in the seat, don't bother. They'll be boring as shit.
Next, get some low light gear. If you don't own any, maybe treat yourself to a rental. Depending where you live, you might be able to rent a 70-200 2.8 pretty cheap for a weekend.
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>>3823294

You'll need a big sensor, fast aperture and some zoom capabilities

Also if you're half decent you should be able to get everything you need in the first 5 minutes

Make a note of key lighting on stage, see where are the marks where they are fully lit etc

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I don't know if anyone here is into photography or any bullshit, but I bought this lens off ebay and it appears to not be exactly what I wanted. Trying to find an adapter but not sure which lens type this is;

Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 dc hsm art lens for sure, but I don't know who made it? Nikon, Canon, Pentax, ? Im sure it doesnt fit on my Canon 7D, so ruling that out for now.

Any help appreciated lol
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>>3825872
I feel bad that I don't really know what either of those mean ha,
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>>3825865
>>3825866
>>3825872
>>3825875
It's the Sony A mount
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>>3825865
Just checked mine anon, its not F mount, probably Sony or Pentax

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>>3825877
My bad, a mount doesn’t have aperture ring but is still mechanically actuated
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>>3825877
You're spot on! Perfect thank you! Smart man, really appreciate it!

How do you see the future of the gear market as a whole?
I mean macro trends, possible winners, exits etc.

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>>3825642
>using overpriced Fuji trash for your comparison
lol
Now try EF-S, Nikon DX, Sony E APS-C or Pentax K APS-C.
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>>3824851
What in gods fuck why? Is there something I'm missing? Focus by wire. Power zoom. Does anyone actually PREFER these robotic monstrosities?
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>>3825673
Focus by wire is horrible, but power zoom allows you to nail consistent zooming speed when doing video.
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>>3825664
>Now try EF-S, Nikon DX, Sony E APS-C or Pentax K APS-C.
Sure, I can do that. We'll compare a wide zoom, normal zoom, tele zoom, then a fast normal prime, portrait, and macro. Full frame lens on top, then the equivalent crop lens:

Wide zoom:
EF 17-40 f/4L: $800
EF-S 10-22 f/3.5-4.5: $649

Normal zoom:
EF 24-70 f/4L IS: $899
EF-S 17-55 f/2.8 IS: $879

(Or, for a cheaper, lower-quality option,
EF 28-135 f/3.5-5.6 IS: ~$150 used, but no longer in production
EF-S 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 IS: ~$50 used)

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>>3825664
Pentax is an interesting comparison because they abandoned full frame for quite a while, so let's compare them vs. Canon full frame:

Wide zoom:
Pentax 11-18 f/2.8: $1246
EF 17-40 f/4L: $799

Normal zoom:
Pentax 17-70 f/4: $496
EF 24-105 f/3.5-5.6 IS: $599
(Or, again, you can go with the Pentax 18-55 vs. a Canon 28-135 for about the same as my EF/EF-S comparison)

Tele zoom:
Pentax 50-200 f/4-5.6: $196
EF 75-300 f/4-5.6: $179

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I snapped this picture after a snowfall in the area. I could've tried a little harder with the composition but I'm lazy.
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>>3825630
underexposed, needs tighter composition, there's dust spots on your sensor
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Do they have no insulation in their ceiling/attic/roof? Why is there snow on the trees but not on the roof? I guess it's a pretty steep roof... Something's fishy here...
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A thread died for this.
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>>3825630
Looks underexposed desu, and the resolution is tiny too.
You probably have dirt on your sensor too.

Basically, >>3825667
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>>3825666
yeah IR most likely

film bros were we too cocky?
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>>3823531
Here's some random pic taken off reddit of the same camera, apparently with fuji superia 400. nothing is in focus and there's notable barrel distortion in a fucking landscape photo. the plastic lens also means insane lens flares on other pics. garbage.
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>>3823531
fuck keeping it alive nigga i want this shit to die so I can hoard more cameras
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>>3823534
You do realize that most people who buy this stuff want it to look out of focus and shit on purpose? It’s the same reason why Polaroids and disposable cameras are trendy, because since smartphone cameras got better most normies realized they look ugly as sin when every pore is exposed. Same reason thots love using Snapchat filters.
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>>3823534
imagine the shock when it turns out to have lower resolution than a summicron
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>>3823643
this

Show me your corvids

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Pretty sure this gas station lurker is a Fish Crow, not sure, but it's definitely a corvid.

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>>3824933
Neither of these photos are that great but I like this bird.

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>>3824933
>>3824935
Stately birb is stately.
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Just posting some favourites I took last year, feel free to post some of yours. Or whatever. And roast away. I only take photos in my spare time. No pro!
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>>3824811
>>3824814

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>>3824814
Thanks for the feedback.

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>>3825097
Dreamy. I like the colours

Pic is from today's attempt at portrait

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>>3825501
You missed the focus by a mile. You do realize that, right?
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>>3825097
KNHO tbqh

Have any of you made money flipping camera gear?

I have found some minor success in the ”prosumer” or ”enthusiast” category, where the owners don’t necessarily know the market price. Canon’s X0D lineup is a prime example, so are 50mm primes.
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I make a few thousand a year in profits flipping gear. I get to try new lenses and cameras out in the process which is fun. What's not to love about that?
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>>3825201
Fuck yes. It's a great strategy and has snagged me some winners.
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>>3825203
sounds fun
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>>3825178
This, plus you get to try out different or interesting gear
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I need to study on how to record and stream 360 videos online for my work. I never recorded 360 nor did I ever streamed a video.

What would be the best material to learn from?
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Ask your boss.
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>>3825399
No can do
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Ask your workplace for resources




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