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This is a photograph of "Fountain
Sculpture by Marcel Duchamps" not The Fountain
Sculpture by Marcel Duchamps.
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>>3801005
Original 'Fountain' is lost. Photo still exists.
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>>3801459
Photograph is more real than the "Fountain".
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https://vimeo.com/44601540
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>>3801177
I want to see your photographs.

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Who are some of the best photographers of all time?
Hard mode: No Ansel Adams
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>>3799642
>literal cia psyop
Why do normalfags keep falling for them?
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>>3799486
I'm not too impressed by Meisel but Newton is top notch.
>>3799549
Kek
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>>3799642
>There will never be a more powerful image than the falling man from 9/11. No other image could make as many people emotional.
nobody cares about americans,
especially after all the lives they took in the middle east

they got it coming
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>>3795982
>dude, garish HDR look before flickr
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>>3801538
>dude [insert some meaningless cliche] look before flickr
Bonus Points:
>you can use this "argument" for every artist

>digital command dials
>AF-On button for back button focusing
>AF joystick for arcade-like AF point positioning fun
>a grip that actually fits in your hand, fills your hand and feels good in your hand
>shutter positioned right at your fingertip, no need to contort your finger like with the X-T4
>IBIS.....
>.......and it has an X-trans sensor
Damn, fuji. So close, yet so far away. When will they produce a decent camera with a decent sensor?
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>>3801436
You mean the X-A3?
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>>3801438
the sort of person who browses /p/ and is interested in more than snap-shittery isn't the target audience of the x-a3.
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>>3801445
>person who browses /p/
>interested in more than snap-shittery

What a bizarre, self-contradicting, fictional character you have created.
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>>3801436
>if you've fallen for the fear uncertainty and doubt sown by trolls here
Hi shill. Fuji X-tranny looks like trash, specially when there's vegetation in the shot.
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>>3801408
If you ask me, both grips suck.
But I also think the grip on the 5D models sucks, so maybe take my opinion with a grain of salt.
Nikon D5300 is perfection.

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What kind of flash does /p/ use on her camera?

I want something that can keep up with my EOS M6 Mark II's 14 fps bursts for when I am photographing my cat. How can I buy one that does this?

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>>3801104
It's called the i should have just coughed up the extra 200 dollars and bought some actual strobes battery pack D:

But then again being able to fit an entire lighting set up in my backpack is pretty neat :D
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Anyone use vintage flashes?
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>>3799144
>What kind of flash does /p/ use on her camera?

Godox V1
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>>3801110
>honey
don't call me honey, faggot
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>>3801305
Don't call me faggot, hon.

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Say something nice about her.

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>>3797031
Redpill me on this Pentax color magic
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>>3796975
When they added the GPS in the Mark II, they removed the flash. Why didn't they add a flash back in??
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>>3800133
There's no place on that camera for a flash that would be useful
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>>3800133
Because they replaced it with superior pentaprism.
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>>3787330
This has got to be the ugliest silver camera I've ever seen.

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BREAKING: Fujifilm GFX100S, GF80mmF1.7, X-E4, XF27mmF2.8II, XF70-300mmF4-5.6, New Film Simulation Coming JANUARY 27
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>>3799798
>burst speed
>buffer size
>AF
None of these really affect me at all in my shooting, the only thing I care about is the lens selection (as in do they have lenses I want, not if they have X amount of lenses so I can say they have a lot of them) and battery life.
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>>3799841
>>3799842
200MB for a single photo! my hard drive can't take it bruh
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>>3799798
>Sony MF is an absolute no.show
Fixed it for ya, troll.
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>>3799921
stop being poor!
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>>3799878
Why does lens selection matter if you are not shooting any moving subjects? If your subject is still, then you can just walk right up to it with your 28mm prime and zoom with your feet.

As a relative noob, how wrong am I to just subscribe to the idea of "f/8 and be there"?

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>>3800905
>direct sunlight
>f/22
>1/40
>blur from camera shake holding 200mm lens
op is /p/ material i like him
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>>3800908
This statement isn't about lens sharpness
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>>3800908
You have zero idea what OP is talking about.
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i always equate f/8 as FATE.... or 'Be in the Right Place at the Right Time'
>i'd rather be lucky than smart
>i'm not very lucky
>my camera is smart enough for us both
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>>3799601
Jesus, okay, "f/8 and be there" is a hell of a lot better than "f/22 at ISO 100 and be there", at least.

A small aperture (i.e., large f/stop like f/22) means not a lot of light is getting into your lens. To compensate for the lack of light from your lens, the camera needs to lower the shutter speed to expose your sensor for longer, or increase the sensitivity of your sensor.

The fact that your ISO is at 100 even though your shutter is all the way down at 1/40th suggests that you've got it set manually instead of using auto-ISO to let it float. Modern cameras are pretty good even at high ISOs, so I'd recommend letting it do auto-ISO. Then, open your aperture the hell up. f/8 would actually be a really good place to go with that lens--its maximum is f/5.6 at the long end, and you'll usually get a bit better quality stopped down a little, so f/8 is good. f/22 is something that you should almost never be using; that's probably about as small as your aperture gets, unless it'll also do f/32.

So, >>3800910 has some okay advice. Maybe also try auto ISO and aperture priority but with a much wider aperture like f/8 or f/5.6--in bright sunlight, that should still give you a fast enough shutter speed to catch a plane, but going with shutter-priority like he suggested will guarantee it and requires you to know less.

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Post your oldest photos

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>>3801287
They're really not that bad!

1/3

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>>3801316
2/3

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>>3801318
3/3

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wish I could, my back ups corrupted and I lost original.
wish I could share it with you pee babies, it was the last photo I took with my grandparents. 2021 hurts already
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why are filters so expensive
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>>3801154
it's not really
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>>3800947
>why are filters so expensive
Because gear fags buy them by the bucketload
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>>3800947

Buy chink shit instead of BRAND-NAME gear.
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>>3800947
>why is slave labour cheaper than non-slave labour
oh I don't know
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>>3801282
are you saying cheap filters use slave labor and expensive ones do not?

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discuss c mount lenses

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>>3800976
They won't completely cover an APS-C sensor (which needs around a 28mm image circle) without vignetting. The amount of vingette will vary though because C mount only specifies the thread size (1" 32tpi) and film/sensor registration distance (0.69" (nice)), not an image circle. Because for about 100 years, C-Mount lenses have been made for everything from 8mm and 16mm movie film to 1/4", 1/3", 1/2", 2/3" and 1" video tubes, and then later CCD and CMOS sensors up to 4/3" type in security cameras and machine vision applications.

Their image circles will range from 5mm to 22mm, with the 22mm being the modern industrial kind.

Just do a little research (read the specs on the manufacturers website, or find PDF scans on film forums) about the lens you want to try and that will tell you if it will cover the format you want to shoot.
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>>3801069
I'm assuming it would work well on a camera that does 16mm or Super 8 emulation?
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>>3801069
Damn thats good info, thank you!
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>>3801069
>They won't completely cover an APS-C sensor (which needs around a 28mm image circle) without vignetting
Some will, some won't. It depends on the lens.

>(0.69" (nice))
Nice.
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>>3801191
It's true that some C-mount lenses have an image circle larger than the intended film, maybe even enough to illuminate an APS-C sensor without vignetting, but keep in mind the projection outside of the designed image size falls off in optical quality. Your mileage may vary, as there are lots of old lenses out there to try, but that's the fun of it.

Let’s see your kit

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>>3801937
what sort of shit?
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>>3802705
Spelling "defense" as "defence"
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>>3802751
That's the British way of spelling it you dolt.
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>>3802754
Pretending to be british is pretty cringe bro
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>>3802758
Working in defence here is pretty cringe. Full of all sorts of old Navy men who insist of saying they work for "Her Majesty's Ryal Navy" and call you out if you don't call them by their titles.

Yeay?
Nay?

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>>3801178
Depends on what you want to use it for...
But if I got into videography, I'd probably get one, in part because of MFT lens compatibility, in part because it's pretty compact, in part because an attachment gives you 2 XLR inputs and in part, because it's just a neat piece of equipment.
The only thing I could fault it for is a lack of screen for seeing what you're doing, and even seeing the menus. But I guess if it used the ethernet port, that'd be mostly irrelevant.
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>>3801178
It depends on it's rolling shutter performance. Good enough to rival latest canon sensors, and it can be a very good vid cam indeed.
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>>3801272
>It depends on it's rolling shutter performance. Good enough to rival latest canon sensors, and it can be a very good vid cam indeed.
It's on Netflix's list of approved cameras.
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>>3801178
It's a fairly capable camera if you know how to use it. This person clearly does not. The eyecup and reddit cuck kitchen knife hanging off the side is useless because the BGH1 doesn't have IBIS and shouldn't be shouldered. You want to set it on a tripod, which you can just grab anywhere to move, or put it on a gimble, jib, or drone. The red mic holder and oversized arm clamps are a distraction is this is meant to be used as a "documentary" camera. The monitor isn't even plugged in because I am assuming this "setup" was slapped together by some loser on youtube hoping to get likes and subscribes.
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>>3801344
I always wandered how does shock feel when one realizes he is completely wrong. Care to explain?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFyYgcAF-iM

What kind of music do you anons like to listen to while editing photos? I usually put on some Joe Hisaishi or some jazz to help make editing a more relaxing process, but I'd like to hear what you all listen to.

Pic semi related, took this when I went and saw Knocked Loose at the Nile Theater.

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>>3798555
>editing photos
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>>3798631
Yes. Editing photos. If you dont edit your photos you are more than likely a shitty photographer.
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vengaboys
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>>3798631
>he fell for the sooc meme
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>>3798555
fuck man that sounds like an awesome show, i really fuckin dig knocked loose


if i'm editing a band's photos i usually put their stuff on

Hows this edit looking /p/.

Feels like its not reached its potential, and a bit too overcooked but I'm having trouble finding the balance. It was shot on porta 400 on my leaky FM2.
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>>3800738
how
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>>3801205
Thanks

>>3801209
Grey point eye dropper auto curve don’t flatter yourself

>>3801222
ngmi
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>>3800051
Why did you clone out the man but not his shadow?

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>>3800051
Only skimmed the bickering in this thread but made my own quick and dirty edit.

Here's my take on the photo
- the shadows should be dark instead of colourful
- the colour on the floor (blue shadow, red foreground) should be emphasized

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Thanks for the replies, I've taken it all on board.

Just to clarify, I didn't think it was a great photo with a great subject, just a challenging one to edit that had me stuck.

I hated the sky too, but I thought the oversaturation was better than the added redness from the light leak.

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Thread got archived before results were posted.
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Results and winner of [Photo Challenge 3]:
https://strawpoll.online/Results/3651
First place: >>>3792418
Tie for second place with one vote: >>>everyone else

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>>3801158
>7 votes
Anon I live in /r9k/ but damn that's sad
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>>3801165
I don't like Christmas.




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