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99% of the sacred monsters of street photography (magnum etc) are just hailed because they were
1. the first ones to do so
2. captured a different era that is now gone
3. few people took photos to begin with

If any of these photos were taken today they'd be called snapshits by /p/ and dismissed.

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>>3598116
based
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>>3599084
>Did you know that the kiss was forced on her ?
who cares about women rights
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>>3600775
about half the population
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>>3600271
Iirc they shot at this ISO because they couldn't use flash, otherwise it would have alerted a guard.
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>>3600271
This shot was illuminated only by moonlight

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>>3604801

I also have this one. Sorry for the pictures changing rotation. They’re correct on my phone.

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>>3604801
What the fuck is wrong with 4chan?
The image is sideways in the thumbnail and when I enlarge it, but when opening in a new tab, it appears correctly.

Also, what's in the Pelican?
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>>3604805
>Also, what's in the Pelican?

a7RII/a7RIV
24gm
55/1.8
85/1.8
135GM

I got it for when I travel, but I just keep everything in it when I'm home cause I hate dusting shit constantly.
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>>3604801
>>3604802

where did you get these?
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>>3604856

They were on limited order through some japanese site that I had to get a proxy for

https://www.wani.com/product/s084/

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I've been thinking about taking my photography more seriously and want to apply to my local newspaper. What do you think my odds aren't if i didn't gone to college.

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>>3604810
Reuters is better than Getty or AP or iStock. I'm telling you because I've used all four for work.
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>>3604811
in other words. iStock is Getty, Getty isn't iStock.

Getty have their own staff photographers and professional equipment.
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>>3604810
>>3604812

You're somehow equating getty with getty reporters. Istock is where they throw stupid people that try to register via web format. It's quite easy getting to normal getty, though. I've got m43 shots there, lol.
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>>3604818
Yes. it, you got it.

from their press agency that is Elite.
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>>3604555
10-year journalism veteran here. You're not going to be able to walk off the street into a photojournalism job without a college degree. Even small newspapers require a college degree. The most typical degrees are journalism, English and communications. And understand that photojournalism isn't just taking pictures; it's reporting, and reporting requires strict adherence to industry ethics and law. You'll be hard pressed to find company that will take a bet on you if you don't know what's legal, illegal, ethical and unethical on day one. And you have to know how to interview people. You can find this under the News Values and Guide to Media Law sections of the AP Stylebook.

Note that this is not a lucrative job; however, a lot of my colleagues over the years supplemented their income by taking on work such as corporate portraits, event photography, etc.

Your best bet is to email either the photo editor or managing editors your clips and a proposal to freelance. If you're hired, you'll get soft news assignments until you build trust with the editors that you're capable of handling hard news without being a liability.

>>3604722
If OP is in the U.S., that's not going to work because practically all public safety radio systems are encrypted thanks to 9/11 and the Department of Homeland Security funding conversions to all-digital nationwide.

Just wondering

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How the fuck do i get into a photography job?
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>>3603923
Depends on the job; there's plenty of places that hire photographers to do product photography. Build a decent portfolio or resume and apply when the positions open. Weddings, senior portraits, etc can be picked up freelance and then moved into a stable gig if you're vaguely competent with a camera and have really really good people and business skills. If you're just starting out you can try to pick up second shooter gigs with local wedding photographers. If they like you and are more than just a solo brand they'll sometimes pick you up to work weddings that would double book them in addition to having you as a second shooter.

Shooting 'art' has a non-standard path and there isn't really good general advice. Fine art photography is usually more about where you live and who you know rather than the quality of the work. Some art photographers make it outside of the established art world. Generally they have a relatively unique story towards their success. Those kind of photographers will sell their work at art fairs, stand alone galleries, or online.

Getting a job in Photojournalism these days is difficult. This may change in another 10 years but the job will also probably look quite differently in 10 years. A lot of news agencies have drastically reduced or eliminated their photo department in the past 5 years. This means that not only are there fewer jobs in the industry but there's a pile of experienced out of work photographers competing for them. It's still possible to get such a job but it is difficult. Be ready to shoot stills, videos, and even interview depending on the position.

I don't know much about working in editorial or fashion. Someone else will have to field those.
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>>3596131

Have freelanced for years.
And work in a camera store.
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>>3596345
You can save money, but it’s more time and labor, and so forth. You know the deal. Worth it if you’re a hobbyist with time on their hands.
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>>3596131
I’m currently doing an MFA in studio art with a focus in photography. Full tuition scholarship plus a comfy stipend for teaching an intro level digital photography course every semester. I regularly meet with faculty to talk about my work, have lots of time for independent study, and have taken some really interesting courses. Lots of opportunities to work with other artists across a variety of disciplines. Lots of opportunities for exhibitions, networking with art world folks, etc. It’s been fantastic so far and I feel really lucky to have the opportunity to do this for real.

Tell me what photography book to buy, /p/. I want to understand the technical aspects of the camera one hunnid.

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Light, gesture and Color is my favourite.
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>>3604638
brian and the monkey seem equally unsure
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>>3604638
Start here. Knowing about exposure is the heart of photography. After that you can learn about looking for the right angles and framing your shots, and then using a flash.

And that's just for using the camera. These days you also need to learn about (((editing))) your photos with software. That's how you can make your images come alive and captivate the viewers.
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Ansel Adam's series are good, but I dout you'll be shooting large format film to start.
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>>3604639
>cambridgeincolour.com/
good, but unfortunately awfully outdated today.

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Twitter thread? Twitter thread.

Anyone else using it to share their work?

The main thing I like is the way your work can be retweeted, kinda like tumblr but...tumblr died.

Share, like, hate, rate.

https://twitter.com/EMCN13
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>>3604316
Thanks for the follow. I think it's a pretty good platform but it has problems ...like the way portrait shots get cropped and then stops the whole shot being displayed in the feed/profile. At the moment it's just my work but I might start retweeting work I like.
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>>3603834
Do you shoot mostly freehand, or are you always carrying around and using a tripod for those urban photos?
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>>3603834
Twitter is the only place where I publish my shit these days. Mostly because I already follow a bunch of Japanese photographers (and H-doujin circles), I might as well use it myself. I probably don't have much of a following because I don't have a dedicated photo account, so the photos are neatly lost in a torrent of retweeted porn, anime screenshots and ramblings in my native language. Can't really link it anywhere in the normie space for this reason.
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>>3604632
Mostly handheld.
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Nah.
If I had celeb staus or whatever I would, because it'd be easier to update for people, but it's just a public facebook.

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I've been doing this for almost a year and feel like I've improved a bit but still feel like I'm shit. I guess it doesn't actually go away
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>>3604515
interesting, I love the angle you chose, but why the black and white? any particular reason? or just thought it looked nice?
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>>3604522
Thanks. To be honest I just preferred how it looked in black and white. No real artistic reason.
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>>3604539
cool, I was just curious, it looks nice
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>>3601664
There isn't anything for me to look
>>3601663
I feel like this could do with a crop
>>3601660
It's nice and really pops but could use an interesting subject
>>3601659
I like this a lot
>>3601658
I think the colours are a bit off-putting. Looks like an Instagram filter. Particularly the sky. Also, never been a fan of the foreground being bushes/trees thing
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>>3601664
this is a picture of nothing

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Why do my pictures always look crooked? I use the menu on the viewfinder to make sure everything is level but no matter what I do the fucking pictures seem to come out crooked

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>>3601508
>$1800 camera
>can't tell the difference between level/crooked
I guess even retards can be richfags too.
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Its your lens distortion, use ruler tool to straighten
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>>3601508
Use the guided upright tool in Lightroom. It does it all for you. If it for any reason still doesn't work, manually adjust.
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>>3601508
seattle?
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>>3601508
>>3601515
have some gratuitous perspective correction

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I sell a lot on Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace, Ebay etc. And I need a decent inexpensive digital camera. In your opinion, what's the best one for under 200 dollars? Everything at that price range has mediocre reviews so I'm being careful.
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I sell stuff of eBay and Craigslist. I just use my iPad (Air 2.) I used to take my photos with a “real” camera, even went so far as to involve a light meter. Then I came to realize it’s tedious, excessive work. I’d take photos, copy them to my computer, and edit there. Too much time and effort if selling something I’ll only make $10 on. You’re just selling shit, not launching model careers. People just want to see what they’re buying from a few angles, if even that much.

My “setup” now is just the iPad camera, a bedsheet from Goodwill as a backdrop, and the kitchen counter as my studio, lit by a fluorescent fixture about 2 feet above. Sometimes I’ll use a Lume Cube if there’s a shadowed area I want to brighten.

I take photos with the iPad camera app.
I do quick edits with Polarr. Rotate and crop out the surroundings, adjust white balance so things look more natural. Sometimes I’ll use a photo collage app (meant for social media) to combine detail shots into one image.
Then I generate a listing from the eBay app. Everything gets done without leaving the iPad.

Craigslist isn’t much different. And until fairly recent, all your images were resized to about 800 pixels across. Plus look at the photos there and Facebook Marketplace. They’re all shit. But enough to get the job done

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>>3601734
If you’re selling 1 offs, agree. I sell 100s of same thing and photos are up for years. For that reason I want them better and color balanced. Just a different use case.
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>>3601116
>what's the best one for under 200 dollars

Canon 450D thru 550D.
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>>3601134
>>Buys a shittier $100 phone and a shitty $200 camera
>$150-$200 is the sweet spot now for good enough smartphone with good enough camera from China
>Although $200 can get you a used rabal so just do that

$200 will get you a 10 times better DSLR Camera than a Cellphone camera. There is no competition.
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>>3601734
>Then I came to realize it’s tedious, excessive work. I’d take photos, copy them to my computer, and edit there. Too much time and effort if selling something I’ll only make $10 on.
I sold used shirts on eBay for a few years. It was always a fucking nightmare adjusting the images so that the colors matched how the items really looked in person. Tons of work for an average of $5 profit per sale, and sales were low most of the year.

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Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but figured photo might be able to help with cleaning this up.

Business across the street where i work at was robbed and this is the photo they put out from the shittiest security camera ever.

Can anyone clean this up or give tips on how to enhance this on pixlr?
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>>3604379
This ffs we could have had another based gear thread instead
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>>3603565
You need the video sequence, and use a software like registax to make it stacking the images of the video in order to enhance the details.
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>>3603565
Auxiliary cameras caught this man leaving the scene
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>>3603565
>Can anyone clean this up or give tips on how to enhance this on pixlr?
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>>3604605
Heard he used nervegas

Am i a talented photographer?

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>>3598213
How much would I have to pay for 100% rights to this photo?
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>>3604620
You would have to pay me enough money so i can buy a PS5.

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Hi /p/, I thought I'd start something new almost like a photography weekly club or something but different, themed threads for you to showcase your work or just take inspiration from.
Post water themed photos. Fuck gear threads and arguing about what camera is best.
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>>3603278
I'd like this one with cleaned out water.
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>>3603276
good but has been done many times before.
>>3603278
very good, interesting subject and composition. tad overexposed in the branches but otherwise a great piece.
>>3603279
The head of hair is an unfortunate inclusion to this image, but the lack of contrast in the image near that area tends to make it easy to miss. Otherwise a great image.
>>3603281
Very well composed. Would like to see it in color, though.
>>3603282
Good composition here as well, very great usage of lines, depth, and contrast to tell a story.
>>3603926
Good but I'm unsure what is going on in this image. Would make a great photojournalism piece.
>>3603927
Well executed but not my favorite style of imagery.


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>>3603936
Thanks, anon. Good feedback but not enough posters unfortunately.

>>3603926
Bit chaotic and no idea what’s going on.

>>3603927
Very serene and chill which is what I assume you were going for.

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I got a DJI Spark with controller bundle for Christmas and I'd like to start doing some recording with it. What are /p/'s best tips, tricks, resources, and advice for good drone photography for beginners?
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>>3604102
>>3604103
>>3604104
>>3604105
>>3604106
pretty nice photos faggot, where is this?
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any updates on when the mavic 3 pro is coming out?
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>>3604327
Ireland
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>>3604367
i'll be visiting the UK for a few days in april. Its good idea to visit Ireland int that time?. I'll be staying in London for a few days, later on Bristol, and wanted to go to Liverpool and Birmingham.

More even, what do you recomend to visit?.
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>>3604409
Worth the visit. Especially the west coast. It has more charm and is more Irish. Only thing i like about Dublin is all its museums and social life stuff, like bars.
I would skip Birmingham if I were you. Nothing there hat you wouldnt see in Liverpool or London.

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Hi! I just got them back from scanning.
These are my favourites out of 2 rolls (69 photos)
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>>3604308
I liked this one because even though you see the other cars this one is the subject and is probably sentimentally more valuable due to it being so old
>>3604313
The steam chimneys/whatever are positioned well, the blurry trees create a depth that keep the focus on the chinneys. It has a nice sunset color, the powerlines are a little distracting
>>3604323
in general
and as other anons said, they're pretty grainy. Maybe try a faster shutterspeed (and a bigger aperture would also give depth that you can use to focus more on the subject) or possibly higher iso, depending on what the camera can do
>>3604309
the building is supposed to be the subject, but its placed weird and seems more like it got in the way of whats behind -- which would be an empty sky, therefore contributing to the blandness
>>3604311
this one looks focused on the trees, but for what reason, and why is the building in view. (it reminds me of the picture that hitler tried using to get into art school)
>>3604312
this one has two subjects, the saab and the apartment, but again there's no reason why they would be together. maybe someone owns it, but who. Maybe there's a slight positive of it being mysterious due to the shady saab (I also think a different car would be better suited to mystery, but Im accustomed to seeing saabs because I recently used to drive one)
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>>3604313
You should edit this in black and white, maybe crop it to put the towers in the center, and post it

also crop it in color
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>>3604361
>>3604312
I shot the saab because i liked it. And i tried to focus on it specifically.
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>>3604396
Are you talking about this one?

I think with higher iso comes greater grain(from what i know. I only shoot iso 200)

The one with the chimneys i tried to use a higher shutter speed but it was dark so i needed to go down so it wont look dark. And i shot it on the train so that was a not so helpful factor.

In that picture i tried to shoot the saab. And thats not an apartment building its a school. I shot it 3 times because i needed to get in the street and cars kept coming and i was afraid it would look shakey. I chosed this one because the car is more focused(i think). If you want i will post the other ones
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>>3604396
>>3604361
>>3604311
When i shot it there was some fog and i thought it would apear in the photo. In real life i liked how it looked so i shot it

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So this is my second post here, I think I wasn't clear enough last time so I'll try to explain my issue again. I got my first DSLR off eBay and the diopter knob listed as the only thing broken or not working on the camera, I thought I'd be able to fix it myself by watching a tutorial, but all I found online was a post made on a forum about a man putting silicone on the diopter's knob in order to temporarily fix the problem. Now I'm debating on whether I get a monitor or something else so I can take pictures or send it into a repair shop, although I think the rapair shop wont be as cheap as the monitor it might be the right solution for the long run.

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>>3603247
Stay FAAAAAAT
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>>3603247
not the op. i have both full frame and aspc cameras because im a retarded gearfat. still a useless comment imo
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>>3603247
>be fat
>take out of focus snapshits
wew
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>>3603247
>be a snapshit
>take the fat out of being gay
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>>3602699
Have it repaired. Look if someone repairs them locally, if not send to official shop for more cash.


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