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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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Have you ore-ordered your GR killer yet, /p/?

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No, it looks trash.
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>>2764341
>caring what a camera looks like

Oh boy

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>>2761945
>No, it's just still about that good, really.

Sure, but the price seems very excessive for lens.
Canon is retailing their second generation 70mm-200mm f/2.8 IS lens brand new for $2000. You can get NOS first gen Canons for ~$1400 and lightly used below $1000.

I don't understand why someone would pay $1000 for a fixed third hand 25 year old lens made for a (almost) dead mount without IS when you have these options.
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Hands down sony has the best image quality and video right now.
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>>2764346
>DxO
Fucking disgusting, m8.
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>>2764357
Pentax fuji shills can't handle the facts that their system is far inferior according to well established standards like DxO. this is th reason i buy from sony as i always get top quality and value.
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>>2764346
>first APS-C lens is the FF 35mm Sigma Art.

The 35mm art is full frame.

The 30mm art is APS-C

What does /p/ think of this tool? Any experience?
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Looks completely unsuitable for DSLR / MILC scanning, and pretty much any dedicated film scanner or flatbed worth using has its own tray.

Let's come up with some funny captions for this photo /p/

I'll start.

"Can I shoot your kids?"
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>>2764347
>Canon rabal
>no dynamic range
>blown highlights all over the face

wow, shooting Canon really can infect you.

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In which we discuss all things film, noobs ask noob questions about film, /p/ros post film pictures to share with the group.

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>>2760923
>>2761338
Just pay attention to your rewind knob, if it advances you're good
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>>2764308
>shell out
Most people could get one for free if they asked around, they aren't expensive
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>>2760923
Have done this multiple times, I stare at that rewind knob after each frame now
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Is this not the most sketchy film you could buy online?

http://m.aliexpress.com/item/32218036752.html
I'm half considering it for my fed 2.
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>>2764356
probably just rebranded expired c200

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Recent photo thread, old one is nearing the end.

I was fortunate enough to be able to capture a mourner walking away from a family burial at the Glenwood Cemetery in Houston.

Thoughts, critique?

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>>2764311
08dec13
>recent photo
>yours

why even bother? nice pic though
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>>2763995
Why add the terrible vignetting
Why are you tripfagging with your bs pictures
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>>2764310
Yeah. Many Europoors call crepes pancakes. Their pancakes are not like the thick American ones.

>>2764313
What's in it?
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>>2764331
Flour and water or milk and eggs.
In the pig slaughtering season blood is used instead of water/milk, and raisins are added.
They're similar to crêpes or pancakes, except context is different as well as how and when they are eaten.
They're called filloas.
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>>2764292
I love it. It's a simple print, right?

>>2764198
cool atmospere

>>2764097
Not sure about the composition, but the subject is interesting and I like the way you graded it.

>>2764002
Yeah this rocks, where was this taken?

>>2763941
The horizontal lines are great.

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Oh hai /p/, I noticed that there are a lot of youtubers for photography that is geared towards beginners, mwacs and gwacs, or gearfags like froknows, Imogen, snapchick or digitalrev.
Is there anything out there that discusses at I higher level than entry?
Like Gracie Breakdown is for BJJers, or Drummertalk is for drummers.
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>>2763168
so funneh xDD u shuld post dat 2 9geg lolol
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Is snapchick old enough to be a milf?
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>>2762978
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_vyt4YV9xo
gold.
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>>2763057
>>2763175
he is the most boring person I've ever seen speaking to a camera. it sucks, cause I kinda like the guy but I could never pass the 2 minute mark in any of his videos. instead of having to watch his face whilst he gives his conference he could do some slideshows or something
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>>2763686
I only got halfway through

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Is this worth it? I don't have a standard prime lens, and am a poorfag. Need something for portraits.

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>>2763314
its still a good value but canon's newish 40mm pancake is much better for the long haul. its much sharper (among canon's sharpest lenses ever made), obviously much smaller and more professional, less obtrusive and obvious, and has a very fast AF motor. al of these traits are much more valuable than bokeh.

the only thing the nifty fifty has over the 40mm pancake is the 1.8 compared to the 2.8. but youll learn quickly enough that using the largest aperture possible is gimmicky and the extra stop of light wont save a poorly lit photo. not to mention the 50 isnt even sharp until it hits f/4 anyhow.

you can buy the 40mm refurbished for $150. its a no brainer.
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>>2763314
I actually have that lens for my xsi. It suffers from some barrel distortion I think at the lowest aperture and it's fuzzy around the edges. Probably would be decent for you.

pic related random snapshit with lens

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It's still probably my favorite lens I've ever shot with

Great for snapshitting around and 1.8 really gives you those needed extra stops in low light situations, especially since canon usually suffers from high noise on the higher ISOs

Also dat bokeh

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>>2763800
>Very good!! Condition!
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>>2763800
>there is mixture of mold
>I may influence photography

muh sides

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old thred >>2733662
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I hate to do another "wat camera iz gud" post, but maybe you guys are feeling charitable since I pretty much know exactly what I want.

Anyway, here's what I'm looking for:

>Compact
>Usable RF
>Fixed lens around 35mm, f/2 or faster
>No meter or auto modes necessary
>As much metal and gears and as little plastic and electronics as possible
>Works with modern batteries, or without batteries at all
>Preferably under $200 in working condition

The Canonet above seems to tick the right boxes pretty well. I see that it doesn't work with modern batteries that are available in the US, though. Does it only need a battery for the meter, or is it actually critical to make the camera work?
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>>2763776
I'm >>2763734

The Canonet is the only rangefinder I was interested in as the 40mm f1.7 lens is amazing.

The batteries are easy to get, but like I said, get something 1.4 V or better yet, 1.35V so the voltage is the same as the original - and you might need to do what I did to make them fit.

It's quite hefty, about 630 grams, so it's not THAT light, but still compact. Seems to be simple as they get desu.
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>>2763734
http://www.ebay.fr/itm/371373106929?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2648&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
I found an adapter for the batteries on ebay, they manage to get the same old 1.35V current in the camera (so it doesn't overcharge the light meter)
Can't wait to get my camera in the mail
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>>2763931
12 dorra?
Fuck that. I'm using the wrong battery and it's fine.
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>>2759042
Oooooohhhhh I bet that feels nice.

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Hi /p/, I feel like this is the best place to ask this. I'm on a college budget, so I don't exactly have money for a dedicated camera, so my Galaxy s5 serves that purpose. I have a little disposable cash and I'd like to purchase a mobile instant printer. Do any of you have experience with the Fujifilm Instax, Polaroid Zip, or the Canon Selphie printers? The price of the printer itself doesnt concern me all that much, I'd just like to know what has the best picture quality and most cost effective paper cartridges. Any advice?
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>>2763507
They're printing it on color paper. The fuckboys who develop my color film did the same thing when I gave them a b&w roll. Go somewhere different, or ideally get access to a darkroom and do it yourself.
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Well, fuck. i didn't really NEED to spend $100-150 on a portable photo printer... but now...
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I have a Selphy CP910. The quality is okay, but not amazing - it's definitely worse & substantially more expensive than a shop or online printing service, even if it's just a self-service kiosk in a supermarket.
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>>2762365
Got anything to back that up?
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>>2764305
not him but instax is the only pocket printer that claims archival properties.
I own one and the prints are thick and tough and the image is covered in a bit of clear plastic that doesn't pick up fingerprints.

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need your help. can someone please photoshop a waterlide in this picture from top to the ground?

for mor pictures just google "Thingstätte Heidelberg" thanks in advance

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NYPA
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>>2764243

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Let's have a self portrait thread.
Took this one a couple months back and I think it turned out quite good.

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Little bit old but only decent one i have right now.
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sorry for not being a skellington like most photographers

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>>2764321
Why not process it?
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>>2764327
It's crooked. I love the colours, though.
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>>2754716
Nice bolt cutter, gotta get those bikes.

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This is the closest I have handy. Old photo, new processing. I'm still not entirely happy with it, too much of a fake HDR look.

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newbie here

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Gear Thread

If you have questions about a new camera, what lenses to buy and anything related to gear or wondering about getting into photography, post it in this thread.

Do not attempt to make a new thread for your new Rabal, broken glass and being new. You have been warned!

I repeat, ANYTHING GEAR RELATED goes in here!

And don't forget, be polite!

Previous thread: >>2760748

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>>2764272
This and the batteries are small enough you can carry a few and charge as you go. I don't get why canon owners are such supporters of a duopoly.
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>>2764254
Ah yes, and for wide angles, that's a matter of taste.

Distagon T 25mm f/2 or 24mm f/1.4G ED, perhaps?
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>>2764110
>pentax shills
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>>2764325
>pentax shills

Gear threads are sponsored by Pentax, hadn't you noticed
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>>2764325
I think it's an equally valid suggestion.

[No, I'm not owning a Pentax]


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