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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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post them maymays /p/haggots
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>>3360080
>>3360081
>>3360082
And we still haven't seen these IG screenshots of this alleged death threat to this day. It was complete insanity when he started pulling this stunt.
https://archive.nyafuu.org/p/thread/3294120/#3295253
Chosis under his trip claiming to have screenshots.

I'm the anon he was trying to smear with this and knowing that I rarely use Instagram DMs ever, it was surreal to watch someone desperately try to frame me just because I caught them lying about their shady scam site.

After this stunt I did some digging into Chosis and it started making more sense. He's genuinely pathetic IRL. It's more sad than anything.
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>>3357314
Come on, a mulatto hell angel? No way.
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>>3360082
>>3360081
>>3360080
this is so obviously samefagging, this is a new low even for /p/, even after the chops swatting, anythign related to chosis is just cringe-tier
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>>3360122
Don't forget he posted his own stuff on slashpcollective and then thanked himself and gushed about how great it was.
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I'll start...
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>>3359903
That's just what streets are like.
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>>3359761
>Street photography is hard
Lol no it's not. If Chosis could do it then anyone can.
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>>3360194
>If Chosis could do it then anyone can.
He couldn't.
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>>3360217
don't feed them

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What does /p/ think about filters? Is it considered cheating or even something a profesional photographer would use?

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>>3360207

No, there's no use ever for a polarizer or ND filter....

No one uses those..... except every day
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>>3360208
also color filters for bw
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>>3360211
it's a joke bud it aint that deep. Op was asking about whacking digital filters and I was joking about actual filters you put on your lens
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>>3360213
these are the only true type of filters
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>>3360207
If you're shooting film, an UV filter is not required for digital.

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I've just bought a pinhole for my old canon eos 50D.
I noticed that my pictures are "dirty", i think my sensor should be cleaned. It's cheap (21€ shipping included). It's quite hard to use, as you can't see what you shoot. My tripod is broken, maybe i'll do better pictures when i buy a new one.
Do you have any suggestion?

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Pinhole 2
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get a bulb blower and blow the shit out of your sensor, remember to put camera in manual sensor cleaning mode

repeat a few times, if this doesn't help, you're gonna need to get someone to clean dat sensor
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You bought a stupid meme lens and expect to get decent results. that's why you don't take better pictures

also fucking cut your nails you subhuman degenrate. I almost threw up when I looked at that picture
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>>3360209
> get a bulb blower and blow the shit out of your sensor
What he said. Also: recommend taking a shower, letting your bathroom cool down, and then cleaning it in there--the moisture from the shower will suck a lot of the dust out of the air, which will improve your results when blower-cleaning the sensor.

(Oh, and also make sure to use the 50D's built-in automatic sensor cleaning function if you haven't already. It won't get all of 'em, though)

Given how dirty your sensor is, you might not be able to get everything even with a blower. You can get a wet cleaning kit on Amazon for reasonably cheap, which is... stressful, but works pretty well. Given how small a pinhole aperture is, there's a good chance that you'll just have to accept some of the dust spots as a fact of life and clean 'em in post.
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>>3360212
>mehhhh fotografy is abuot being da best fotografer!!!
>having fun? Im 2 stoopid to undersstnd wat dat is

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Old thread: >>3352055
All film related questions and general film discussion is to take place in this thread
Feel free to post photos, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless your local store is B&H

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>>3360177

And I forgot my picture.

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I'm about to buy a used Minolta XD from ebay, the camera looks pretty damn good, with only a problem: the mirror is a bit desilvered. Would you be able to see that when looking through the viewfinder?

>pic related
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>>3360179
If it doesn't reflect the image anyone you won't see anything through the viewfinder. Also this suggests to me that it was in someone's moist ass basement for a long time.
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>>3360177
>>3360178
Let us know your impressions, please. I've been flirting with the idea of medium format (despite not having the budget at the moment for a new camera) and I think a 645 SLR would be the best option for me.
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>>3360195
It does reflect the image, it's just that small little bit that's gone. Everything else looks good though

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Post/Discuss BnW photos
Any genre/gear

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>>3354393
siicknature, anon. I've just started posting it that way, these are also my first film pictures after one year of photographing with my dslr

>>3354392
>>3354331
Thank you very much anons

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>>3354372
sweet
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>>3354586
nigga stop using border for 4chin
its only look good on ig desu
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Old Threads >>3356447, >>3351450
• Post your most recent photo(s) that you wish to share and have others critique.
• 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.
•Please, critique others' photos as well.

Read the Sticky: >>1971605 → → → (Cross-thread)
Read the Rules: https://www.4chan.org/rules#p
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>>3360174
I like the reactions in this one better, I think.

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>>3359349
>>3359350
these are outstanding

>>3359478
lacks a really strong sense of subject i guess, but its otherwise well composed, and very well shot & edited.

>>3359692
This is really nice, the exposure is perfect and pp is great.
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What disposable camera should I get for a wedding or party?

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>>3360021
At what point did anyone say they wouldn't be hiring a photographer faggot?
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>>3359058
>Disposable cameras
>Wedding

Sounds like the beginning of Shutter. Sounds like you're in for a bad time OP.
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>>3359058
get a bunch of sony mavicas. it will be cheaper than developing all that film.
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The cameras are for the guests anon, this is a common thing at weddings.
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>>3360021

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Does anybody here really know what they're talking about?
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That guy who was deployed (marines i think) and shot pictures of dudes looking out of V-22s.
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>>3360181
You're like fucking clockwork aintcha loser.
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>>3360181
Every shot of the forces on here has been terrible my dude, especially the m43 dude and fuji dude.
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Most the gear fags are just talking out of their ases.
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>>3359805
considering the quality of pics in the show-and-tell threads, I'm gonna have to go with no

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Hey all, Who likes taking photos of wildlife and/or domestic animals. Post your stuff below.

I'm just getting into photography, picture has no post work.

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It's been a while, I'm trying to improve my editing so any critiquing would be welcome.

>>3359040
I hate those evil fucks. Nice pic, maybe bump the saturation or brighten the bottom half. This is a personal thing, but try aiming down to get the over exposed sky out of the pic so you don't have to crop it out or have it distract from the subject.

>>3359125
Feels like it's cropped way too tight.

>>3359127
Hand. Edit or crop out. Could have some interesting colors- please tell me she got her head back through that fence...

>>3359509
Do you have more 11/10 horsies? I would like to see them please and thank you.

>>3359558

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>>3360054
Could never get the colors right on this one.
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>>3358992
I like this
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>>3359606
Er Ma Gerd soo cute!

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>smaller than both a7 and z bodies
>focusing no problem at -6.0 EV
>Fully articulating screen
>New compact 35/1.8 lens
>New 28-70mm f/2 zoom lens

Sony, and now Nikon mirrorless users, on suicide watch

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>>3360060
>but the one on my X100
Fuck, I meant to say RX100, not X100. Fucking Sony and Fuji giving their enthusiast compacts that have such similar names.
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>>3360050
Fair enough, for your niche situation the fully articulated screen is better.
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>>3360159
>niche situation
You never want to get a shot from an angle higher than your eyeballs?

Also, honestly, I find the full rotation screen easier and faster to open and adjust than the Sony/Fuji screens that just flip up and a tiny bit down. Tilting them up is a weird pull-push-slide motion vs. the Canon's pull-twist. Plus the A6000 has an annoying habit of turning off the screen any time it sees me trying to hold the camera at a low angle close to my body, but that's just an A6000 problem, not a problem of that screen articulation type.

I've always assumed that the only reason other camera makers don't do it the Canon way is because Canon has a patent on it or something.
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>>3360176
>You never want to get a shot from an angle higher than your eyeballs?
Very rarely, especially not with the camera pointed straight down.

>Also, honestly, I find the full rotation screen easier and faster to open and adjust than the Sony/Fuji screens that just flip up and a tiny bit down. Tilting them up is a weird pull-push-slide motion vs. the Canon's pull-twist.
I haven't used a Fuji but I have some Sonys, and you say you've used an A6000 which has the same type of screen. To flip it up you just pull it from the bottom, one motion.
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>>3360176
see >>3349534

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I really like both night photography and long exposure stuff. show me yours

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>>3360138

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>>3360138

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I don’t have a ring flash so I used a long exposure and light painted the hornet to get an even lighting.

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guess the place
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>>3360138
the yellow stuff wrapping around the tree is pretty cool, but i don't think the blue trail is adding much

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So, how does /p/ transfer their photo's details to a spreadsheet, like dimensions, size, date created?
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>>3359984
I don't know why you'd want to, but here's how I'd do it:

Get a command-line program for reading EXIF-type data out of image files, such as exiftool.

Write a quick program in a scripting language of some sort to go through your image files and output the data you want in CSV (comma-separated values) format. CSV is easy to output and all spreadsheet programs can use it.

Pseudocode will be something like:

foreach (filename) {
createDate = `exiftool -CreateDate $filename`
dimensions = `exiftool -ImageSize $filename`
... etc
print(csv([createDate, dimensions, ...]));
}

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I did this one time for a fun data analysis project about what focal length, shutter speed, and aperture I used the most.
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>>3360011
I used exiftool, and though i can't remember how, i was able to export data from various subdirectories all to one big spreadsheet.
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>>3359998
>exiftool
Thanks for telling me about exiftool.

I download it, and rename it.
ExifTool(-T -FileName -ImageWidth -ImageHeight -w+! %0fDetails.txt --ext exe .)

And it gives me exactly what I want.

And as >>3359986 said, I can now autistically use these information.
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>>3360011
This is literally a function on lightroom

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Trying the upcoming weeks to improve my skills in studio lighting, setup and retouch for fashion webshop product photography. Will get a guy from a photo store to visit my studio to see to that the necessary equipment is in order etc. Will get a model through an agency and try imitate this look, please see photo.

What do you think the setup here is?
My guess, Profoto light sources with giant octabox softbox from left and something to ease on the right? (or Fresnel light sources?)

Camera? the details in his skin and face is very sharp and has a lovely texture with a slight grain, is it medium format (phase one or similar) ?

Big white backdrop i presume. Styling and make is also very on point professional but with natural ease and freshness.

I tried to imitate this the other week with what I had (Elinchrom light sources with different softboxes) and my canon eos 5d m3, but it didn't come out as soft and with the contrast in the spots where needed..)

Give me your thoughts on the main reasons these images came out like they did! Thanks!!

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Detail shot of the face, see the sharpness. Can we tell from the reflection in his eyes what lightning was used?
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>>3360103
looks to be a pretty simple setup
large octabox camera left 45 degrees
likely a reflector or a heavily diffused low-power fill light camera right
shot on a cyclotron. not sure if theres a light filing in the back, but that doesnt matter

start off with your fill light, underexpose that by 2-3 stops (it'll look like shit), then add your key lights. the key will makeup the shortfall in exposure from reflected light so you should end up with a 3:1 or 2:1 ratio

just go and have a play. ideally, borrow/buy some gear, set up a space you can play with it at home and just experiment

pretty basic setup, but the balance can be difficult
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>>3360157
thanks for the tip about underexposing and adding key lights/balance that way, didnt really think of this.. gives me some hope with what equipment i already have

You think medium format camera was used here or just as likely a Canon full format?

Btw, recently someone told me that Elinchrom has a slightly "yellow-ish" light tone in its light, compared to its competitor (and ofc slightly more expensive) Profoto, who is said to have a more clean white light, anyone know?




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