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... until you understand how it works.

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Lightning crashes, and old mother dies.

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Her intentions fall, to the floor.

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Are you using continuous lighting or strobes? Looking at your exif data it seems you're not using strobes or flashes.
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>>3661786
>banding artefacts
I've used strobes. Three Speedlite 540EZ and two Godox TT685
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>>3661788

Those 540s are nice. Very underrated. I rigged a bunch of those together with a manual trigger to make this.

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I've got my first ever shoot with a photographer next week. Can you offer any good tips or advice for a novice model on how to behave? Any dos and don'ts, or personal gripes that you have with models that I should try to avoid? Anything you can suggest would be really appreciated.

Thanks very much for your help.
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>>3657534
1. Don't try to put your penis in her.

2. Look at her wrists. Is there a hair tie on one or both of them? Have her take that off. This is also advice to me because I never fucking notice that until I'm editing the fucking pictures.

3. Also look at her teeth periodically to make sure she doesn't have lipstick on it. YES, I'M TALKING TO YOU AGAIN, ME FROM THE PAST, YOU UNOBSERVANT TWAT.

4. Confirm beforehand (like, before she shows up for the shoot) how much nudity she's comfortable with. Don't try to push her beyond her comfort zone. You might be successful in doing it, but that's not a good thing, and will come back to bite you on the ass eventually. /p/ will regard this advice as making me a "beta cuck" and/or a "faggot" and tell you to push your model's boundaries, and at the same time they're shocked and appalled at all of the women "making up" stories of male photographers making them uncomfortable. Don't be like /p/.

5. Put some music on. Talk to your model during the shoot. Even if you're just rambling about your camera settings, try your best to keep the conversation flowing. Especially for new models, it can be a weird and uncomfortable situation. Talking to her makes it feel more like she's hanging out with a friend rather than being observed by a creepy dude with a camera.

6. If you get a really good shot, show her. Boosts her confidence in herself and her confidence in you and makes her feel more excited about the shoot.

7. Always ask before touching your model in any way. Even if it's just moving a hair that's out of place, ask first. Photographers getting too touchy with their models is a big complaint I've heard from my models.


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>>3655677
long story short:
>pretend to be gay, be friendly
got it.
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>>3659847
I mean, if pretending to be gay is what you need to do to keep from trying to fuck your models, then yeah, pretend to be gay.
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>>3659848
cool
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OP here, just wanted to say thanks again for the advice. We did the shoot and loads of what you said came in handy. Photographer was a perfect gentleman, the subject of his dick or my sucking it didn't even come up.

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critique also requested
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>>3660553
There's a girl in the way ruining your shot
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>>3660553
Et voila!
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>>3660553
I hope you noticed that your subject is out of focus. Your camera probably failed to pick up the face and focused on the center (or you manually focused to infinity). If this was meant to be a portrait, then obviously this is the wrong way round.

Otherwise
> nice location
> nice depth to the bakcground
> nice lighting on the background
> harsh lighting on the subject

Either focus on your subject and let the background blur out, or have her move further away so she fits into the scene better. Maybe a flash would help to even out the light hitting her face/nose.
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I feel like the DOF is so shallow that the bokeh itself becomes too distracting.

Also the yellow bokeh balls on the first shot between the couple are taking attention from the subject (right on the guy's nose). Yellow's a strong color so your eyes kind of go towards it.

I didn't know where to make this thread, but I thought I'd come here for answers.

So there's this guy I will be closing a deal with soon in an area completely unrelated to photography. Today I googled his name and found an issuu profile of him with a link to his personal website.
Turns out he has a site full of photos of models and sport events, especially racing photography. I did a reverse search on a few of the photos there and it turns out every single one of the ones I searched came from stock photo websites. He basically buys the photos and slaps his water mark on it.

This isn't some young aspiring photographer he is a grown ass man in his 50s. The domain has been registered since 2006 and I know for a fact some of the photos are from 2018 so it's not some page he set up way back in the past and forgot about it. He's been updating it and paying for it's domain registration and hosting.

This had alarm bells ringing in my head and I'm having second thoughts about doing business with this guy. The only reason I can think of for him to do something like that is maybe he uses this site to flirt with women? You know, show his tinder hookups what a hotshot photographer he is doing shoots with international models and F1 drivers and whatnot, but he is married and has kids. Maybe I'm overthinking this but I'd really like your input.

TL;DR: have you ever come across anyone posing as a photographer and having a "portfolio" full of stock photos watermarked as their own?

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>>3661577
Maybe hes laundering dirty money though a photograph business
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I'd guess he's looking to make quick money by doing gigs as a "professional" photographer without actually having a real resume.
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>>3661572
Why do men in their 50s do strange things? There are more reasons he could be doing this than days in the year. My best guess it that he attempts to live some kind of false identity with people he meets, he may be trying to impress them or the reason may be more sinister than simply impressing people.
I would not work with this man on general principle. If he is willing to lie this deeply he is not going to be a trustworthy person to do business with. Simply call/email/however you have been in contact with him and politely tell him something has come up and you are unable to fulfil your obligations.
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>>3661572
Why do you autists even care? Is he taking money from your pockets, using YOUR photos illegally etc? This board isn't for your personal crying and witchhunts. Take it to /b/ or reddit
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I used to sell stock under a pseudonym many years ago. I didn't want my full time employers knowing that I as doing it because reasons.

Hello everyone!

New here and figured this is the best place to ask this type of question. I normally stick to /g/ but this is something in this boards realm.

I normally just take pictures with my phone, the Huawei P20. It's a great device and I have been able to get pictures I have been satisfied with but of course I recognize it falls short at night and capturing a background greater than 50 yards away in decent detail.

My question is there a good DSLR for an interested beginner like me around $400-$600 that is going to be a worthwhile investment and not going to leave me with purchase regret by next years high end smartphone?

Someone gave me an old Canon that sucks compared to modern smartphones and it left a bad taste in my mouth.
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>Someone gave me an old Canon that sucks compared to modern smartphones and it left a bad taste in my mouth.
learn the exposure triangle, shoot raw, and color grade. i think you are looking at the pretty effects modern smartphones glob on to make the user happy. you have to add it yourself on the canon. the canon was more than sufficient. disclaimer, i am an amateur photographer.
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I always shill this.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8LOoQxSi8M
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>>3653770
fpbp
>>3653777
This board is very different from /g/. $400-600 you say. Okay, here's a primer for you, i'll try to keep it very simple:
1. You are not looking for a DSLR, you are looking for a mirrorless camera. Look up the difference yourself.
Since you are going to be taking family photos on vacations mostly, an APSC or MFT Sensor sized camera would suit you the best. Full Frame sensor cameras have better low light performance, but they're larger, pricier, and have pricier lenses.

2. What do you want from the camera itself? Do you want to take mostly pictures, or mostly video? Or a bit of both? Or mostly pictures with occasional video?
Based on that, decide between APSC and MFT camera bodies. MFT bodies are a bit nicer for video because the newer MFT bodies (from Panasonic and Olympus) usually have better stablization, to prevent shaky footage. If you're interesed in taking pictures mostly, then go for APSC bodies (Sony, Fujifilm, Canon M) because they have a bit better low light performance.

3. Do you see this as a one time investment/novelty thing, or do you intend to get into photography? Based on that, you might want to go for an interchangable lens camera, or you could go for a fixed lens camera. Changing lenses gives you a lot of flexibility, but native lenses also cost decent $$ and that will depend on the brand and MFT/APSC/Full frame thing. So if you see this as a gateway to get into photography and you can see yourself putting more money into this, then go for an interchangable lens camera. Otherwise, a fixed lens camera/point and shoot would be good enough for you.

Now, for cameras I'd like you to check out. I'd reccomend buying used, unless if you really need warranty (then try your local camera stores for used ones), otherwise buy online - BnH or Adorama or MPB or Ebay just do some research.

Fixed Lens:

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>>3659694
continued -

Interchangable lens:
Fujifilm XT2 (APSC, for stills and video both)
Fujifilm XE3 (APSC, stills focused)
Panasonic GX85/80 (MFT, good for video)

Pair these with a zoom lens (18-55 for Fuji is really popular, someone can suggest you one for the panasonic) and you should be good, well around 600 or even less based on what you chose. I haven't used Sony or Canon or Nikon or Olympus so I wouldn't list one for the heck of it, do your own research (or go to a store as the first post said).
I'll also personally reccomend a Fujifilm camera if you're only interested in vacation photos, because their film simulations produce beautiful JPEGs. I guess you wouldn't spend hours learning how to edit RAW files properly - it doesn't take that long, but you can still just let the camera produce nice looking JPEGs for you. Good luck OP.
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Buy the Sony Xperia 1 II when it comes out. It's literally the only choice for anyone who cares about photography.

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lately, I've tried experimenting with different types of photography like street but make the image more obscure. is it any good or am I just bad at photography?
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>>3661294
Look at Saul Leiter's stuff, out of focus technique, reflections, shooting into mirrors and glass, telephoto to compress and isolate, blocking your foreground with objects like umbrellas and cars, longer shutter speeds for blurring, exposing massively in favor of highlights and not giving too much away at first sight etc.
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>>3661319
>this poor technique is on purpose
>i'm heralded by it
sounds quintissentially jewish
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>>3661337
yep, propped up by fellow jewish peers as a visionary for taking a medium, and exploring bad techniques. magnifying the errors in the craft and sending proteges and naive students down a rabbit hole of shitty 'art'
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>>3661337
You have another jew on the opposite spectrum of technique so this post doesn't make sense
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>>3661337
remember, sharpness is a bourgeois concept :)

Jessica Kobeissi is the true queen of /p/ bow to her faggots
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found Frederik Trovatten the other day and he has really good street stuff
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>>3658095
She looks like an abandoned horse.

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>>3659845
Tony in drag
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https://youtu.be/A87SbYQfnRw

This girl is better for sure. She is a qt and she knows how to model.

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>>3661501
Face like a satellite dish

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Post low quality/compressed photos here.
The crunchier the better!
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>>3660282
oh wait just realized you meant you were the guy who bosted the other thing too im dumb. sorry for being so harsh!
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>>3660253
Probably 20 years old or so at this point. Boring is fine for who I was back then.
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>>3660252
>I could give less of a shit
Good that you at least give some amount of shit
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>>3659868
cool

Any thoughts on these cheap YONGNUO lenses?

How do they compare to, let's say, NIKKOR lenses? Especially the 50mm f/1.8 ones
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>>3656458
>yeah its basically the same build as the older canon nifty fifty, right?
I don't know the build quality of the old canon nifty fifty, but I had the new version. The canon is definitely better build. Although the 35mm version of the yongnuo is better build than the 50mm one. Still though, I consider the build quality of the 35mm definitely sufficient. I traveled to 3 countries with it and it didnt fail on me, so good enough in my opinion.
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>>3649795
Maybe under ideal conditions, but the manual focus is finicky to get right and the autofocus will always be slightly blurry so it’s a pain in the dick to use. Does make nice portraits when you do it right however.
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>>3649081
Great value for money compared to Nikon lenses. Great low light performcance, but I have encountered autofocus issues at night.
Plus its SUPER light
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>>3661489
>Compared to Nikon lenses
Do you have brain damage anon?
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Wake me up when they copy or make a good super tele

I found cannon g11 and I'm thinking to maybe start taking photos or something but i have no idea how all this iso and everything else work, also i want to make small correction with the photos in the photoshop (like making photo more bright something like that) where should i start? Is there any good tutorial?
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>>3661296
>where should i start? Is there any good tutorial?
Yeah the sticky is a good place to start, delete this
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>>3661296
Here's the steps.
1. Exposure triangle
(assuming you sent film off)
2. DSLR or flatbed scanning negatives to computer
3. Darktable or lightroom instead of photoshop
that's it.

bonuses
-framing
-DOF
-visual points of interest and follow
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>>3661334
> film
He's got a G11 you numpty
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>>3661296
It's pretty good start, yes. Has all the modes you need, and plenty of dials to make it easy to use. Just buy extra batteries for it.

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>>3661459
>youtoube
>ca

IIT: Post photos that you think are cool.

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64GB ought to be enough for anyone.
Right?
How many do you have? How much storage in total?
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>>3659934
Imagine never emptying your SD cards and having your snapshits in RAW eating all your data.

Shits Rough.
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>>3659246
I bought a 32GB SD card a decade ago and have not felt the need to upgrade it. Just format the card every few months.
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>>3660049
buy non POS cards and use a dual card slot camera if you value saving your data.
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>>3661304
After a day of shooting I always copy the data from my card onto my PC (instead of moving, so that if something goes wrong with the transfer I still have the pics on the card), and then when I put the card back into the camera I always format it. On a D800 it costs a mere 2 seconds to press 2 buttons to do it anyways.
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>>3659246
Whenever you say "X amount of memory is enough for everyone", the universe invents a new, larger data format which makes your X amount of memory insufficient.

In this thread

Trends.
Post things you like or don't like.
Discuss.

I dislike the over saturate every color, burn the mid towns and over brighten them on the face. It looks so bad. Thoughts?
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are Hakan pics also over edit?
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>>3654631
AAA WTF
Just because the slider goes to 100.
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I fade the shadows in color and black and white
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ITT people not understanding why people eat at mcdonalds, and complaining how mcdonalds doesn't even taste like hamburgers. instagram is mashed shit of textures, easily consumable. the resemblence of the photograph means nothing.
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>>3661241
My issue with that is exactly how 'McDonalds' became the standard, so does IG.

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hi, looking for some advice because i have been off the scene for years. my daughter needs a camera for making better quality youtube videos.
i want to get her something secondhand because of budget (and because she will probably lose interest and throw it in the cupboard with all the other toys), but it should be good enough that the quality of the camera doesnt make her want to give up.
i have been looking at the nikon j1 which can be had for a good price, and takes a cheap adapter for full size nikkor lenses (she has my old d100 kit) but can also consider an older full size nikon dslr body as long as it does hd video.
she wants to ideally view her video on a computer or tablet screen as she is filming (makeup videos..blugh!) then edit on pc. external mic input would be handy because she has condenser mic and phantom power box. her pc runs linux, so im not sure if that would be a problem in any way,
any info or advice gladly received,
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d5000 is up for 100 quid. thoughts?
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>>3661162
>>3661219
I'd say eos m50. great autofocus, small, canon has webcam software now, etc.
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>>3661208
Panasonic mft cams are the best entry for video at the moment. They've completely replaced magic lantern canons as go to entry level.

>>3661209
You really want 4k. Quality 1080p looks great, but you must think with your audiences mind. 1080p is halfway out of the door already. People will click 4k YouTube vid over 1080p by instinct.
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>>3661182
>but wants to get good quality vids and a semi pro setup so she can earn money
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>>3661182
m100 is great choice actually for fixed setup, if you don't need mic output. You must install magic lantern and fuck up with settings, but video quality is very good. Magic lantern doesn't work with m50, and it's got shitty vid output out of the box with sensor crop, so avoid that one. But, honestly Panasonic has the market cornered right now. You can't go wrong with them.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GeG8Ky73MyE


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