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Go /p/ro:
• Please post images that are JPG format, smaller than 1 MB, and/or about 1000 pixels on the longest side.
• Expect to be judged harshly. Learn to deal with it.

Want:
• We come here for photos, so post yours as often as possible, even if "image unrelated" to your text.
• "Flickr/500px/Tumblr/Facebook/Portfolio" threads are for critique and networking
• Use "Recent Photos" threads if you are shy or only want to post a couple of photos.
• Shared raw files which we can collectively edit for discussion of post-processing techniques, are encouraged.
• Use the catalog to consolidate similar topics (photographic themes, images or technical gear threads)

Do Not Want:
• Go to >>>/r/ for specific Photoshop requests.
• Gear threads are discouraged, but identified as necessary. Many users simply hide these threads.


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Please read before asking questions: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Gh-fomKSuIEZ-GJo2tere4YMjsDvmmsuyiJKzQ-1ZRk/edit
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>>2619854
I've posted here about it before. It's about sound.
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>>2619546
A rabbid ignorant eccentric fanbase would have sufficed
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Here is what Canon needs to do for future EOS dslr's

>2K resolution minimum
>10-bit color space
>no 30 minute limit

this is just me speaking, but I would like an option in these cameras where I can adjust the curves, export it to a photoshop curve file, and apply it in after effects.
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>>2620164
>>no 30 minute limit

This is a European tax thing, not Canon.
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>>2620166
don't sell it in europe then, or make it so you need to download a file onto your card so that it bypasses that limit

Post your photography-related Tumblr blog in this thread
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Http://ztephan.tumblr.com

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>>2611010
http://helgemundt.tumblr.com

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>>2618689
>Double exposure
>Got domes on my mind yo
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>>2620180

>not domes on my dome

ya blew it.

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Post your flickr and make friends!
c&c the photos etc
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>>2620151
I wish I could, but it is the best option to isolate the object, since I use my flash without softbox and Im too poor to buy a wireless af assist thing
Also, the client loves it.
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It's always a pleasure to see new Flickr accounts here :)
Mine here : https://www.flickr.com/photos/vince70300

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havent shoot anything worth to post , but still if anyone can critique , that`d be nice :^)
>https://www.flickr.com/photos/100712373@N05/

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>>2619794
>9.3k Followers 10.9k Following
>I add ~3000 people a week and automatically delete those who don't follow back after a few days.

You whore.
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>>2620019
>https://www.flickr.com/photos/128185102@N02/

I'm not sure if i'm just looking at a guys ass here...

Time for an Instagram thread.
Post your IG handles here.
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https://instagram.com/matthew_biddle/

matthew_biddle

Just started taking pictures last year. Dont have a great camera or anything (i have a canon rebel T3).
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a bit of everything

@davidk.s
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Welp

https://instagram.com/aoc08/
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>>2600477
Fairly new to instagram, I usually post cityscapes and abstract work

@alexfodenphotography
instagram.com/alexfodenphotography

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>>2600477
https://instagram.com/arseniy.away/

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Photography is the only medium to cope with depression for me right now. I don't have any skills or talents other than taking average photos and really hate myself for it. Sorry for the /b/log, anyway, I want to share some photos from the past 2 weeks.
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>>2620141
I paid £40 for my XA and I'd say it's barely worth that.
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>>2619454
Don't be depressed. Some of these are decent. Strive to shoot maybe 20 good images in a year and put them in a little book or portfolio.

I can fee your depression. I'm in the same boat of medication.

But your camera is a tool to be social. People love photographers who have business cards on them because it helps them think you're legit and not a creeper.

Start a blog and give everybody you photograph a link to it.

Or just do it for fun. Photography is great medicine.
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>>2619970
Whoa what the hell, I've never seen a camera that loads the film right to left.

Anyways your photos are pretty solid and I think you're on the right track and all that. One thing is that you posted a lot of ok photos with some good ones mixed in and that's fine, but maybe consider editing your work a bit more strictly. It's sometimes hard to resist the urge to post photos that you put effort into and that came out pretty good and that could maybe be really good if they had been a little different, and it can also be hard sometimes to tell what exactly are the best photos and which ones are more B side material, but if you post too many weaker photos then it really waters down your set as a whole. Remember that as a photographer you can only be judged on what you choose to publish, so you can take a million shit photos and only post a couple of good ones and you will still be a good photographer even if you have fewer photos to show for yourself.
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>>2619983
dalston?
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>>2620170
Yeah, I was originally wanted to post 3 photos from each roll but some anons want more. I'll keep that in mind next time. Thank you!

>>2620171
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If you have more than 4 photos then make another thread

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>>2620104
not bad, cool colors

could be cropped better
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Taken from Chamonix.

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Best scanner for 35mm film? Currently looking into the Epson V line but people recommend the Pakon F135+ but that's old as hell.
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>>2620096
yeah, there's rails along the top that should hold it flat (this was one of the big changes from mk1 to mk2)

For this prototype I'm trying a 1mm gap width for the film to go through, fingers crossed it works out as each prototype costs around £500 to get printed accurately enough to take an injection moulding pattern from!
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>>2620052

This won't work, you need a separate insert to load the film into to keep it flat and protected.

You can't just slide film into rig like that, it will not only scratch the film up if it rubs against anything, it also won't be very flat.

I think the basic idea is sound, you just need to work on the practicalities.
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>>2620119
>thinking you can tell everything about the inner workings from that render
>thinking I haven't done mockups for film feeding
>thinking that the finish of the plastic and the shape of the feed isn't massively important as to whether it will scratch film
>thinking I haven't thought all your listed problems through a thousand times.
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>>2619845
>color checker passport
in what temperature light? you should do daylight 5500, shade 9000k, and tungsten 3000k.
speaking of which, this is a great idea and I'll be doing it myself.
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>>2619751
all you need is a light table, a bubble level, and a camera with an internal level. hell, even just an LCD parallel with the image sensor. you should already own a sturdy tripod. that's all you need. it's extremely fundamental geometry really, it shouldn't be more than a minute of thought unless you're amazingly bad at math.

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I'm looking for this particular issue of Digital Photo. Can anyanon help? A pdf format would be great. Thnx.

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>>2616960
I have the last 3 years in pdf. Just throw me an email and I send them to you.
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>>2619406
okay, thnx. what is your e-mail?
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>>2619431
nomad(at)ag.ru
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>>2620038
what do you guys do in kgb with all dem e-mails?

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What are the minimum requirements for editing photos these days? Specifically:
>Does Lightroom/PS utilize more than 2 cores
>How powerful of a GPU do you need, thinking of getting a 750ti or r9 270

I've installed Lightroom and just scrolling through my library and doing basic adjustments is dog slow. My specs
>G3258
>No GPU
>OS on 120gig SSD
>Photos on 1TB WD Blue 7200rpm
>8gig DDR3 ram
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>>2620045
LR CC is GPU accelerated now, although it's just for development module stuff which was quite fast without it.
>>2619973
Using an SSD for the OS, LR and LR catalog is one of the best things you can do for LR performance that I've found. I can't figure out how to make it use more memory, it still brings in previews from the HDD every time I scroll though ~3 shots in loupe view. So frustrating.
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I have a macbook pro with a retina display and LR werks just fine (latest version). 16gb ram, 1tb ssd pci-e...
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You are just lacking a GPU. Also
>>2620045
> (have a 36MP sensor? Then you are)
This.
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>>2619973
>g3258
you fell for the /g/ meme. that thing is shit.
mine only overclocks to 4.3GHz and playing mgs gz the game stutters because full cpu load.
doesn't happen with my amd athlon x4.
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>>2619973
get a xeon e31231v3, 16gb ram, and well the gfx card won't make much of a difference unless you're willing to shell out for a quadro or firepro.
an ssd just for your photo shit would do wonders, too

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Hello /p/, help me get the greatest square frame medium format camera one can get right now, that is of course, a great deal for the buck.

Ive been flickrivering and every single image that i say OMG WOW i watch the details and its fucking always a Hass 500CM. Are these a great decision nowadays? How about a Bronica? I was very motivated to get a Pentax 67, but ive seen they are kinda heavy and bulky, even more than a Pentacon Six.

I want a 6x6 or 6x7 that i can travel with, with great image quality and that doesnt rely too much on tripods.
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>>2617427

>implying I would give monies to such a homophobic religious organization
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>>2612136 A Zeiss Super Ikonta with F3.5 Tessar.
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>>2617407
If all your gear is in your opinion fantastic, where are your fantastic images?
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>>2617386
That's a load of horse shit. I have carried my RZ67 (weights nearly as much as an RB) all day and shit handheld with no issue.
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/p/als, what kind of focusing screen does the P 67 has?

should i change it ?

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Post great photos you've saved from /p/.

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>>2620069
>doesn't post a picture
kek

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>>2620079
>doesn't post a good picture.
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>>2620083
I like it.

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>>2620083
Does it somehow make you happy to just wander into all these threads, tell everyone how shit they are, fight with everyone, and then wander away? Do you imagine you're benefitting the board in any way? Do you believe that your feces shotgun is actually doing anyone any good? Or is it just that you got rejected in your personal life recently and you're doing this as some sort of personal ego boost? You aren't like, building some following or reputation as someone to impress or worship, you're just being a 7 year old an hour past his nap time who runs in and knocks over all the things that all the older kids are trying to play with, thinking everyone is having a good time dealing with his shitty self centered attitude.

Actually contribute something to the community besides your vitriol or start tripping so you can be filtered.
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hmm strangely not many

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happy hamerica day.
I got rained on and shit, have some snaps.
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>>2620118

It's distinctly different from street photography.
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>>2620136
In what way?
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>>2620139

In every way.
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>>2620145
I should have clarified, I was asking in what ways is it distinctly different from street, not in what ways you're intellectually incapacitated.
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>>2620147

Sick burn.

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Shooting tips/tricks/style thread? How do you roll anon?

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I could fucking swear it's Iran. Are you from that country?

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>>2620077
You ruined a glass for that?
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>>2620121
It was cracked before so I just finished it off
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>>2620077
>>2620080
Welcome to /p/ and thanks for being brave enough to post some of your work! It's a big step, and kind of a gamble around here.

That being said, the photos you've posted aren't great. The subjects you've chosen are visually okay, but don't really communicate anything. Think doctors office art, or hotel art. Not ugly, and not offensive to anyone, vanilla, plain, etc.

Your processing also leaves a lot to be desired, and while you might think you like the look of "color splash" photos at the moment, you're doing your photos a huge disservice by processing this way. That's because anyone without any visual education or experience will look at your photos and see nothing but the color and black and white, and say "wow that's so cool how did you do that???" without actually seeing the content, composition, timing, or message in your photos. Your photo becomes nothing more than a vehicle for the processing.

People who DO have a visual education and experience will recognize this right away, and dismiss the photos for the same reasons. It ends up being a gimmick, that actively detracts from your art.

Something to think about as you go forward, perhaps.

If you want to make your subject pop out in the frame, there are a lot of other less offensive options, such as placing a warm colored subject on front of a cool colored background, or a bright object in front of a dim background. Selective plane of focus with a wide aperture to give detail in the subject and blur in the background, or even leading lines in the environment that bring the viewers eye to the subject and hold it there.


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