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w/ one medium sized lens (Nikkor 28mm) attached? and pocket for charger/USB stick/SDs?

Any good brands or models?
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the one you have with you
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>>3681015
fpbp okay thanks anon

i went with an a****nbasics small holster pouch, it looks like exactly what i wanted for taking on extremely long hikes. mods pls close the thread thx u.
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>>3681012
I used this thing in the past.
It's OK.

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>>3677821
calibrate your screens and it'll look meh on all of them
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>>3677899
Abandoned office building, now home to alot of homeless people. The stairwells are absolutely disgusting.
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>>3677799
>>3677801

Its a beautiful photograph
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>>3677593
cumfy pitchers OP, reminds me a lot of my childhood woods back home

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https://thephotonthief.com/homestead/

Wanted to share. This was a personal project I've been meaning to do for a while.

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>>3680932

very nice and touching. You can see this comes from the heart.

have you tried doing a slideshow with the images instead? scrolling can be a little tedious and sometimes you can't get a whole image to fit in the screen all at once.

or maybe keeping the images smaller but being able to click to expand them.
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>>3680938
Tried a slideshow. It's what I usually use for my other pages but here the stacked thing works best. I wanted the photos to be big on a monitor.

How heavily do you edit your photos? Do you only use lightroom kind of edits? do you ever add something that isnt there? does the photo ever rely on how it will be edited? Ive been doing a few photos following the theme of pareidolia which involves me (attempting to) subtly blending outside material into the photo to get the effect. Should I keep working on my editing skills or is it better to just let the photo speak for itself?
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>>3680544
>do you ever add something that isnt there?
>More often than not I take away things rather than add them.

I always thought that would be the case when I started editing more of my photos but ive found myself doing the opposite a lot more. That being said im still an amateur so that trend could change. obviously once you notice something in the image is added in post you cant unsee it and it breaks any sort of immersion (pic related) , but i like to think it is possible to eventually learn to do so consistently without it being so obvious.

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>>3680583
I like the one on the left more honestly. Do you have flickr or insta?
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>>3680885
seconded
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>>3680373
>heavy edit
In most cases no, sometimes yes. The "heavy" edits happen when it's required, or - I'll admit it - sometimes because I fucked up

>lightroom kind of edits
I'm not sure what this means.

>adding stuff that isn't there.
Never. I will, however, detract things via clone stamp or content aware fill etc...it's something I've gotten better at avoiding (unwanted shit in the shot) but every so often I'll shoot something knowing I need to crop out an errant sign pole or something because there was no other way to do it.

>does the photo ever rely on how it will be edited
In cases where I know I need to do something like deep shadow pulling or pano stitching absolutely. Even after "getting it right in the camera" there's more than basic tweaking necessary to get what my eyes saw/what I wanted

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>>3680927
Nikon shooters everybody

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Portraits of any kind, as long as you took them.

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>>3673112
>>3673113
>>3673114
Sup Iggy!
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>>3681452
Where tf do you guys get all those hot but hairy chicks? I'm asking for a friend, obviously.
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>>3683014
Just sorta my social circle these days.
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>>3683097
Damn I wish I wasn't cripplingly autistic.

How do I become a crime scene photographer? Got a lot of college colleges under my belt and I’m proficient in analog and developing.

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Did you take law and/or anthropology? Chemistry?
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>>3679918
Become a cop/forensics specialist. They don't hire crime scene photographers, they hire forensic specialists and teach them how to use a camera in 2 weeks
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You know what you have to do.
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>>3679918
As other other anon pointed out, this job doesn't exist anymore. From an artistic standpoint Naked City by Weegee was released 75 years ago so stop beating a dead horse. If you want to see a contemporary fact-fiction based crime(not exactly crime but it's related to politic investigation on local complaints) investigation then checkout Slant by Aaron Schuman.
It's your choice is to take it as a hobby and work on a photobook project with your unique perspective.
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>>3679918
How do I become a crime scene photographer?
>buy pedo glasses
>dress blandly
>wear a cap
>get an old-ish car
>drive around until you find a hitchhiker
>take him/her in, promise to drive them where they wanna
>drive them into a creepy-ass remote cabin instead
>get a chainsaw
>chop chop
>jerk off on their naked body parts
>take pictures with a medium of choice
Congrats, you've now photographed your first crime scene. Good luck next time!

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Hello /p/ I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I figure it's worth a shot.
Many years ago my son died, he was two weeks away from his due date, he made it so far only to have his life cut short. It was over a day before his mom could give birth to him.

The Hospital was kind enough to take photographs of him so we could have something to remember him by, but It hurts so much seeing my boy like that. I'd like to get a headstone picture for his grave, but I want to use a picture of him filled with life.

How would I best go about getting this done?
(sorry for the typos It's very hard to type right now)
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>>3676731
The hospital did exactly as you *said, and
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>>3676731
Rough time man. Life is shit but each day can be brighter if you let. If no one will do it for you post again and if I notice I'll see if i can hook you up remotely.
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>>3676637
bump to save the thread
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>>3676697
I’m so glad that you are still here, Natureguy!
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God bless your soul anon and God bless your son. We’ll all get to be together again.

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PNG when you have transparency, vectors or text. JPG for everything else.
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>>3680431
I don't want that kinda ugly checkboard pattern on my pictures so I choose JPG.
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>>3680693
literally the first letter in png says it is not for vector.

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Does anyone here have an infrared modified DSLR?
What is it really like?

I'm thinking about getting a modified one.
Which mod would be the best? One where the blocking filter is just removed or one where they not only removed the blocking filter but also placed an IR filter right in front of the sensor.

Is it actually fun or an annoying bunch of post-processing work?

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>>3680776
It's not a coat. You can even put it back if you like.
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Isn't the point to make it black and white, purely for landscape photos?
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>>3680832
>not removing the bayer filter as well
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>>3680845
I guess. But you can also archieve interesting results experimenting with the white balance
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>>3680850
He's not an octopus.

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Vol. X, 2nd Wave Edition

sup /p/, just got a lot of shots processed from my quarantine backlog, take a look.

as always, critique welcome, hope you enjoy the thread.
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>>3680813

I don't think OPs pictures are just pure architecture photos but maybe I'm too used to the geometry fetishists that usually do architecture photos.
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I like the series. The different colored buildings holds it all together and the plants was a good twist. If I tried this around here, all the buildings would look too similar to each other.
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>>3680815
It's color play, geometry, and texture, all using the same subject and showing variety of that subject. The 1:1 really works out here as well.
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>>3680828

I don't know if you are OP or someone just responding.

But I agree. It's color, textures and geometry but I still think, that, for example if it's to be in a book it generally has consistency except for a few things. Like I mentioned some of them like the bike just completely throw out the usual "straight on" perspective that ALL the other photos do, very jarring. And then that some of them have a lot of colour play and then suddenly 0 colours.

Finally I still think even if it's "just" geometry, colours and architecture it still should and *does* invoke *A* feeling, it's just *I* don't personally feel anything (because it's not my kind of subject matter) and I don't know really know what OP wants me to feel.
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>>3680839
I'm not OP. The motorcycle was probably not meant to be in the series but just a side picture.

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All discussion and questions related to gear should take place in this exact thread.

Redirection and answering questions in this thread is encouraged.

And don't forget, be polite!

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>>3681986
>47mp sensor
>micro 4/3
We are going to learn sooner or latter what happens to Olympus and Panasonic "sharp" lenses above 20mp. I can't wait the shitstorm.
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Ok can someone make a new gear thread?
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>>3682941
No you
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anyone store their stuff in pelican cases? I bought a cheap Apache for storage. Curious to hear if anyone has any tips or words of warning
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>>3683130
>>3683130
>>3683130
>>3683130

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Hey!

Thoguht you guys could help me with something. I am about to get another lens for this summer, for a trip in the mountains with focus on wildlife. So I want a Tele lens/Zoom lens and found two options for my Sony A7III:

- Sony FE 100-400 f/4,5-5,6 GM OSS

- Sony FE 200-600 f/6,6-6,3 G OSS

What do you guys prefer? Which one should I get? Do you have any recommendations?
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>>3680457
Yes you can adapt it with the MC-11 but either of the Sony tele zooms will be far superior.
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>>3680477
Sure, I'm just thinking about weight.
Just looked it up and if it's accurate, the 200-600 is only 200g heavier than the Sigma. So that's not an issue.
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>>3680487
I did forget about Sigma's new 100-400 for under a grand. That'd be a serious option to consider at this point. Not compatible with TCs though.
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>>3680457
Yeah but that lens is fucking rubbish.

>>3680233
The Sony 200-600mm is very sharp at the long end and is cheaper than the 100-400mm, but obviously a bit heavier and larger and longer wide end.

200-600 obvious choice for tele

100-400 for a more flexible travel lens that can do tele.

Unless you look at the new Sigma 100-400mm, since that is excellent value
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>>3680557
I'd consider TCs a non-factor honestly.
Unless you're sticking them on some very nice prime glass you're dropping the quality considerably

ive recently got into photography and ive been obsessed with this girls work (pic) i want to know what type of camera does she use also what type of film.

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>>3680433
This. Been trying to achieve this look for ages but it's just not working.
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>>3680205
It looks like 35mm 400iso something or other.

>>3680441
Agreed, definitely not MF. Could be Portra
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>>3680441
>square crop
>1242x1543
>????

That's a big fat 5:4 ratio there fella

Anyway, shoot print film and underexpose it by like 1/3-2/3 stop. milky shadows while still maintaining delicate color elsewhere. i remember when this look was the mark of an amateur who fucked up their processing or their shooting. now i guess it's "different" enough to be all the rage. oh well.
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>>3680489
oh true. either way im calling heavily cropped 35mm.
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anyone wanna take a guess?

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Has anyone ever done forced perspective photography before? Do you need a special kind of lens to get it right?
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>>3678872
Why don't you just Google it
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>>3678844
It does not look like it is. I think you're quite out of your depth here.
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>>3677870
There's a japanese guy who builds a bunch of detailed dioramas that he does forced perspective photography with.
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>>3677870
>Has anyone ever done forced perspective photography before?
I dont think so. Sounds like a very new and unique idea :^)
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>>3677870
Why Is Colombia si beautiful brehs?

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I'm about to start doing photography again anons. I've always been an amateur and I will continue to be an amateur any pointers?

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A lot of beginner stuff ignores foreground/background relationships and light/dark contrast. Generally I would say take fewer pics, but put more care and consideration into each one.
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>>3680453
Thanks for the pointers bro. I'll admit I did just walk past a dead bird and take a quick picture. I'll try and think more about my composition
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>>3680384
You wanna speak to the manager of photography?

You're acting like a Karen right now
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amateur [am-uh-choor, -cher, -ter, am-uh-tur] noun
1. a person who engages in a study, sport, or other activity for pleasure rather than for financial benefit or professional reasons.
2. an athlete who has never competed for payment or for a monetary prize.
3. a person inexperienced or unskilled in a particular activity: Hunting lions is not for amateurs.
4. a person who admires something; devotee; fan: an amateur of the cinema.
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>>3680466
Why are you straying from your original path. Obviously you replied that to flame me, but now you're defining words all of a sudden


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