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Hahaha fuck you niggers i got a mju 1 and 2 for 5 bucks at the thrifts just now
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>>3917828
if he has any sense he'll flip them before the electronics die like most of them will within the next decade or two
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>>3917842
eh, the electronics don't really die in the stylus cameras. their Achilles heel is the plastics gears in the film advance system. they're getting pretty brittle with age and a single tooth breaking is KO for the camera.
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>>3917845
3D scan them so you can 3D print them later
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>>3917850
Better yet, reverse engineer the gear so the model isn't lumpy.
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>>3917853
You're supposed to use it as a reference to make your own cad model.

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hello, i do not know much about photography but i need a photo for an album im making that invokes nostalgia and a certain feeling. i like some of the photos here but should i be worried about copyright? i dont want to use some royalty free shit that sucks. should i just pay someone?

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>>3916060
Anyone else got some dated film photos that could be rinsed for their nostalgia-quality?

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>>3916062
Done for now

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>>3916063
Spoke too soon.
Anyone want to find a use for this?

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Took this one of a friend jumping over me in my pool.
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>>3916102
Looks like an emo record
>>3916065
Looks like some weird nu shoegaze

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Can someone give me a simplified crash course on getting the best out of your phone? I've NEVER been into photography at all, but always been an outdoors person who strays way off the path. About 20% of the time, my phone photos come out really good for a noob just pointing and shooting on default settings. The other 80% I know they are shit compared to what my phone can actually do. I'm not dumb, I can experiment with settings and understand their description... but it's still a matter of putting them all together depending on the situation. Tell me how to take good outdoor pics. I'd add that a lot of focus needs to be centered around lighting impact because it's sunny out there.
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>>3917629
>The only camera I own is a medium format film camera and one lens. Phones are simply inferior devices. OP can get the cheapest shittiest used APS C camera I don't care, as long as it's a real camera and not a phone

p. gearwhole ebay merchant
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>>3917614
>If it looks interesting to you, take a photo. Over time, you will become more discriminating and will develop your eye for a photo.
>Use a timer of 3-5 seconds, this gives you time to steady your hands and check the edges of the frame.
>Learn about locking focus and making sure that you have the right amount of light in the shot, not over or under-exposed.
>Night shoots are crap for phone-cameras, so go for day shoots with lots of natural light.
>Unless you're deliberately shooting upwards at a building, hold your camera level to avoid slanted verticals. You can fix in post though. Learn what features you can use.
>Depending on what you want to do with your photos, if anything, figure out what aspect ratios you like and compose for those. Sadly, if it's not native to the camera, or has a changeable grid, you will have to eyeball it; though this can only help your eye for composition.
>If you want it to work in different ratios, then close-ups are out. Likewise distant subjects look much further away without lenses.
>Don't zoom in, it looks like shit. Always crop and use as many pixels as you can.
>Don't 'repeat' a photo, unless you can improve it. Look for new things.
Of course, what the fuck do I know? The faggots here tell me to kill myself; 'snapshitter'. Avoid this shithole unless you want to be abused by elitist nophoto gearfags.
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>>3917614
Try and at least get the composition right. Don't use the zoom, treat your phone like a prime. You'll also have to learn to work around some of the limitations of the HDR computational stuff. For instance, I wouldn't bother trying to shoot at night, but a phone will perform reasonably well with good lighting.

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>>3917629
>the
>one
>you
>have
>with
>you

>>3917660
based
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>>3917633
That's not an Ansel shot, don't you see the digital halos you mouthbreather nigger?
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>>3917660
>Use a timer despite being a beginner and probably using cheap manual lenses
>Learn about locking focus even if you are a manual user
>Night shoots are crap, don't do them lol
>If you want it to work in different ratios, then close-ups are out because i say so
>Don't zoom in lol, don't use telephoto bro
Kill yourself homie

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How do I achieve this look?
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>>3915996
excellent critique of my photo. thank you.
i used only as a sample of what 'natural' light provides. it was a one shot/no thought. bracketing/layering/etc would be a simple task to achieve everything you noted. maybe a revisit is in order to improve my results. we'll see.
>love to all the no-photo critics who offer zero constructive input or samples. you truly suck.
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>>3916158
car headlights and/or spotlight. likely headlights on hi beam. nice effect.
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>>3916241
>Exposure wasn't long enough for leaves to blur
the only blur I spotted. considering the sharpness of the image, it's likely from long exp. motion of the plant.
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>>3915554
this is def digital
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>>3916439
Shut your pie hole, pretentious homo

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How does /p/ get a deal on photography gear?

I sometimes look at a few cameras and think "if I ever saw this for a good price I would buy it..."

However, in my experience (I am thinking ebay), nothing ever seems to be a good price because I most often notice:
0. People treat their gear like trash but expect top dollar
1. "Buy now" prices set way too high
2. Bids get out of control and go way too higher to like-new prices
3. Sellers unwilling to budge on offers

So what gives? How do you get a deal on a camera/lens?

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Snipe them as well as you can buy denying other bidders knowledge that you are willing to buy an item until last second. Be aware that there are others who do the same.
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>>3915049
>Be aware that there are others who do the same.
This is an understatement.
In my experience any piece of desirable camera gear on ebay will get a least 10 bids in the last 30 seconds or so.
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>>3915438
>any piece of desirable camera gear
Depends, good but obscure enough stuff gets few bids sometimes but mostly due to shitty shipping options.
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>>3912613
If there's something you want, you just have to be patient. You can subscribe to email alerts when new listings are put up. Rarely, people will set "buy now" prices that are really good, but people tend to snag these within the hour, so you just have to be quick.

Auctions I don't bother with as the bids normally go beyond normal "buy now" prices.
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>>3917648
>you just have to be patient.
I've been waiting 2 years on a camera to go under 200 bucks because i filthy jewtuber shilled it and everybody is pricing it at 450+, the few that are under 300 are all kinds of fucked.
It was 120 to 180 before that video came out, if i get the money i will go for it whatever the price because waiting means more time without shooting it.

Anybody else here do drone photography? What do you fly, post your pics?
I'm gonna grab some breakfast and fly around in this shitty overcast morning, anything you guys wanna see pics of?
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>>3854213
I recently started flying a mavic mini, I wasn't into it that much at first but the idea of a camera that can be positioned pretty much anywhere in three dimensions is almost limitlessly interesting. The DJI drones are incredibly easy to fly, and the software package as a whole looks pretty good, but I was wondering if there was anything similar in the DIY space that you knew of. Unfortunately I think I'm starting to get into another expensive niche hobby, I've had a ton of fun so far and I have access to some amazing places to fly.
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>>3915966
>>3915924
ended up grabbing a mini 2; the price is pretty good for what i want, and if something comes out with something i do feel i'm missing, i'll just sell it

pretty excited, i live in a pretty open area in the countryside so it should be fine to contribute to these threads
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I have a drone, but use it more for video than photography. Still, I dabble.

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Ooof, that MFT noise at high iso... what were you doing Eggy?

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>>3916977
>You are so ridiculously presumptuous about how photographers act, and their personalities. Where do you even get these ridiculous caricatures?
He's mentally unwell. Speaking of caricatures he's like the protagonist of "Peeping Tom" except he hasn't got to the part of killing girls yet. But he uses the camera to intimidate people and gets off it. He's a creep who enjoys when people mistake his camera for a gun in the dark and has bragged about it before.
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>>3917696
>it's about making eye contact with your subjects
oh i make eye contact with my subjects all the time. i shoot them from 30-50 feet away and the walk towards them staring them down the entire time as they flail their arms in the air. >>3917699 knows what i'm talking about.

>>3917692
>people wearing masks sound pretty fucking boring
thats exclusively what i shoot, you can make it work if you try. otherwise you're just being lazy.

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>>3917721
You must be lazy, then.
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>>3917692
So do you like that new monopod and head?
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>>3919473
its on backorder

I'm new to lenses and wanted to pick up a relatively cheap wide angle lens for nature and sky photography. I was thinking of Tamron 10-24mm, what do you guys use?
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>>3916119
but tele compression doesn't exi...
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>>3916119
>imagine placing a rock on a post and making not one but two shitty low dof photos while changing lenses
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>>3915679
what body?
if aps-c get a rokinon 21mm f1.4
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>>3916584
>Product shots with 13mm focal lenght

Take your meds schizo
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>>3915823
>>3917205
D5300 APS-C like a fucking idiot but i wanna go FF some day

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24HRS IN PHOTOS by Erik Kessels

>We’re exposed to an overload of images nowadays. This glut is in large part of the result of image-sharing sites like Flickr, networking sites like Facebook and Instagram and picture-based search engines. Their contact mingles the public and private, with the very personal being openly displayed. By printing 350.000 images, uploaded in a twenty-four hours period, the feeling of drowning in representations of other peoples’ experiences is visualized.

This was 10 years ago. We're now posting 1.8 Billion photos to social media everyday.
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>>3914813
>davido-kun is too retarded to take a joke
the absolute state
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>>3914812
Nice troll

You guys are both wrong. It’s wabaki
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>>3914181
>soulless america is the entire west
Stop this meme
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>>3914452
>Huh? You turn on the TV you see images, you lurk on 4chan you see images, you go to street you see images on billboards
That's a completely different thing, retard. The post he was replying to was specifically whining about photos online, and it's true. You aren't being bombarded. It's just a faggot being too dramatic.
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>>3914937
>I was only pretending to be retarded

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Where are some good places to submit my work that don't involve paying $$ per submission?
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>>3914732
I've been here since 2004 or 2005. I'm not going anywhere.
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>>3914251
>>3914730
ohnononono.
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>>3909625
LOL reminds me of those flickr groups years ago that "awarded" users with a cut and paste badge or pic they told you to save and add to your profile to display
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>>3911156
This looks exactly like the kind of photo that would be published about a local festival. They love these close up wide angle shots.

>>3909415
Kiiinda. I went to a lowrider bicycle show maybe half a year ago, as i own one too. Took a lot of photos. The guy who runs the meet sent some of mine and some from another photographer to a local newspaper and they published a bunch of them.
On another occasion i took a photo of a guy’s car, sent him the image, and he sent a few photos of his car (one of which was mine) to a “reader’s rides” section amd that got published.

So yea “kind of” because i never asked for them to be published... but i guess i’m now a “published photographer” in some weird way, for what it’s worth lol
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what does /p/ think of websites like Kavyar, where they specifically have magazines that accept submissions from amateur photographers?

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the patron saint of mft is terminally ill and posted a last video.

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>>3917567
rent free
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>>3917567
>>3915657
>>3910774
I'm actually convinced by now that at least half of the photos posted on this board have manipulated EXIFs. Just don't look at the EXIF. See if it's a good photo or not, comment if you feel it's necessary, then get on with your life.
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>>3918692
Yeah but I can understand that FF offers a level of flexibility and forgiveness that is very convenient when you have to work fast and have deadlines to meet.
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>>3918829
All things considered I actually find it a small wonder that APSC is still a thing. It's basically many of the MFT disadvantages combined with many of the FF disadvantages. Somewhat small sensor, but large enough to make the lenses thicc.
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>>3918862
From my experience it feels more like ff-lite than mft+. Before the onset of $1k entry level ff that happened fairly recently, they filled the gap between mft and ff price wise while giving some benefits people like (bokeh) without having to spend $2k for a body.

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Drop a photo and say what's on your mind anon

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i am tired of being alone but the reason i am is my fault
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>>3893201
what if i dont make it out of this place?

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>>3917305
That's not bad. Just straighten your fucking photo. Bring up the shadows a bit in post and that photo is half decent (albeit a bit boring).
>>3917399
Self-awareness is the first step.
>>3917419
That place looks okay. You have KrispyKreme and a hotel? A bit of graffiti though, negros?
>>3917191
New job, new people. Good luck.
>>3912845
Getting it back? Hope all is well.
>>3912110
I remember seeing this pic thinking it looked 'filmy'.
>>3910667
Mirror thing? I like the idea but not the execution too much. Needs more visual contrast I think between the mirror and the bkg but is super cool.
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Queuing for food sucks

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>>3917305
You have to work at it. And when you've worked at it work at it some more. You don't "get good" any other way.

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absolute fucking film newbie here, just got my first roll developed.
Any tips on cutting down on noise in low light shots like this?
nikon FE2 // 50mm nikon series e // 200 ISO kodak colorplus

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>>3917413
pretty much, to compensate for a negative that is too dark
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>>3917414
gotcha, figure thats what happened to this one that i super under exposed as well

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>>3917416
gotta be careful
if you have high iq you should read up on ansel adams zone system to quickly understand exposure
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>>3917417
ill definitely have to read a bit more about this, plus i've got 3 rolls of 200 and 400 to go through for practice
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>>3917378
Overexpose and use a tungsten balance filter, otherwise certain colour layers will be overexposed while others underexposed

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Sharing some of my pics I took on a camping trip recently
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>>3917219
Cheers!

>>3917248
I wish, I have to make one set for sharing and one set flipped for printing. These ones you have to cross your eyes to see them.
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Damn you OP you made me order one of these
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>>3917260
Ah I can't do that :( cant even do the magic eye stuff, so need to use the viewer. Google cardboard works really well. The pics look comfy though.

>>3917275
I bought one a while back, and am taking a few shots before doing a general. I like it, but it needs to have something isolated in the foreground to work properly.
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>>3917275
Haha no doubt you will have fun with. Ive got pic rel built camera but those would be nice adapted on a MILC.

>>3917286
>Ah I can't do that
next set of images I'll add both types

>it needs to have something isolated in the foreground to work properly
Yeah I've found the sweet spot to be around 6-15 feet

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>>3917260
nice photo mate

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We tend to use and recommend DSLRs/mirrorless cameras because they provide phenomenal picture quality for their price, have large sensors (ie the same size used in high-end cinema cameras and higher) and have interchangeable lenses.
In contrast, consumer camcorders normally have much smaller sensors and a fixed lens.

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>>3917262
I make boring corpo training videos, so absolutely. Mostly lurk though.
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>>3917343
zeiss, probably
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Zeiss B Speed (aka superspeed mk1). You have to stop down to get the triangles.
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>Won't that kill the contrasts and make everything look flat though?
Exactly. That's also why he mentioned using a histogram, since it's the closest objective feedback you have about how much light/noise you are getting. An 'ideal' histogram also dictates how much you can tweak footage in post so don't judge solely on what you see on the camera's screen.




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