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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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>>2549996
Nice. Good choice on the blues
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>>2549805

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swans are dicks

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>>2549858
>why the fuck would you use aperture priority to shoot pics of flying birds?
Couldn't you just set a minimum shutter speed for auto iso to meet while making sure you're wide open? I've done that a few times, but I'm no expert.

>mfw currently shooting a wedding with an EOS M, EF-M 22mm f/2 STM and a 430EX II
And I'm getting paid $2,500 for this...
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>>2550836
>gets $2500
>doesn't rent equipment
Seriously, another body, a couple lenses, and a flash won't cost you more than $500 for the weekend. If you're going to fuck something up, at least try some damage control.
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>>2550836
Rent 24-70 2.8 and 50 1.2
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>>2551127
>>2551066
>>2551014
>currently shooting a wedding
Lrn to read niggers.
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>>2550851
underrated post
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>>2551136
>I said several times no over the course of the past couple of months...

Do you even reading comprehension bro?

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Why does more contrast make everything look better?
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>>2550671
Took those with my phone so I don't have raw files. I can post full size resolution versions if you want.
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>>2550607

You phrased your question in a dumb way.
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>>2550634
This one has too much contrast to start with.

Couldn't do anything about the blown foreground but tried to bring back some shadow detail. Unfortunately if you look closely you can already see some compression artifacts as well.
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>>2550697
>owning a phone that doesn't take pictures in DNG format
stay pleb
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It doesn't. Your amateur eyes are just easily fooled

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how to make this effect also general questions thread
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>>2550489
>>2550511
So it seems to be the exposure simulation setting. Because it's a Nikon lens on a Canon body, the adapter ring stops not only the autofocus, but exposure simulation. This is gonna be tricky to get around.
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>>2550511
When you zoom in to 55mm, it maxes out at f/5.6. At 18mm, it allows you to open up to f/3.5 (not f/2.8 that's my mistake, I haven't used one in a long time)

> I used the LCD because, with my kit lens, it was a quick way to see results before shooting when on manual
Don't shoot on manual. There's no reason to, if you're not doing off camera flash work. Pick the most appropriate priority mode, the most appropriate metering mode, and then trust your camera to get it right. Focus on framing, timing, and light. Let the tool do its job.
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>>2543424
When cropping pictures that you take during the an event or for a client, do you need to keep the aspect ratio of the photographs?
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>>2543424
Convert to LAB mode in Photoshop, open the channels hide all channels but A, use move tool to scoot A to the left. Repeat with B channel, but move to the right. Make all channels visible again. Try it also with CMYK, don't move the K channel, just the CMY...
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>>2550826
Depends on client needs. If not stated in the contract, crop for content

Any /p/hotogs on here have any experience using a black rapid strap with an arca-swiss quick release plate? I just bought a Fastener-T1, but the fucker is too wide to fit in my induro PU-60 plate. Pic unrelated

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I just got a sport. Pretty awesome. I don't want anything "quick release". Why so it can quick release my gear to the ground? My last strap had quick release snaps on it that came loose all the time. I ended up duct taping them up.
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>>2550172

OP here, I mean a quick release plate for a monopod. That way, I can switch my 300 f4L quickly between my blackrapid and my monopod, without having to change out the blackrapid lug and my quick release plate (both occupy the tripod socket)
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Fusion Plate or a Chinese knockoff from eBay.
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>>2550172
>i don't want anything "quick release"
Nice work making yourself look like a jackass and not knowing what arca-swiss means.
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>>2550685
>not knowing about some kind of gear
I'm such a jackass. You sound like a tool.

I'm new to photography but love taking pictures although, I don't really think I'm all that excellent at it. I do not plan on pursing a career out of the art photography I just like taking pictures as a small hobby and documenting my everyday encounters. However I'm a big outdoors person and just like taking pictures of my animals both inside and outdoors along with other random shots. Unfortunately, I have only had the chance to use a nice camera a handful of times other than that I'm basically stuck to my phone's camera.
Basically I'm looking for advice on what camera to purchase. I do not plan on taking photos with an extreme amount of zoom but I will be trying to capture birds at a moderate distance. I will also be taking lots of macro pictures of plants/mosses outdoors. However not all of my shots will be taken outdoors. I also like the cameras with the manual adjustable lens where you can focus your images manually, however I will still probably need some type of auto-focus because animals and nature do not like to stay still naturally so I will have somewhat of a limited time to manually focus the camera and I am not real accustomed to manual focusing, so my shots my not come out real sharp.
My price range for the camera will be around 300-550 with the chance of purchasing other equipment in the future.
Any advice or hate is appreciated, as I am a newb.

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Hey /p/,

I'm looking to sell my 5D Mark II to invest in a better cinema camera. I have a camera in mind but I'm just having trouble coming to terms with letting the 5D go because of that image quality. Can /p/ recommend a cheap-ish photo camera that I can use professionally with my EF lenses? I considered the GH4 for video and pictures but I don't know if the pictures are any good.
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>>2551004
Highly recommend it?
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>>2551018
it's got good image quality

it's kind of hard to have amazing all around camera on a tight budget

buy one and if it sucks, just return for the one you want -- most places give you at least a week in their return policy

:}
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The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera if you can swing it, with adapters for your Canon lenses. The image quality is way better, and you've got 10-bit 4:2:2 instead of 8-bit 4:2:0. I have been using it a lot on interviews recently and I am blown away by how cinematic it looks when lit properly
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>>2551059
I used it on a film recently and it was great although the shit battery life and excessive memory cards was an issue (shooting RAW here). Its not so much about video here but rather having a good photo replacement for my 5D Mark II should I sell it to fund the Pocket because I love the photo quality
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>>2551000
whats wrong with your 5d mk2? i would love to have one.
+ raw vid with magic Lantern

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sup /p/

I want to take a generic group picture of me and my colleagues.
We'd be 24-26 people on the picture.

What settings would be best?
How many rows and how many people should be in one row?
Any tips for group shots? I've never shot a group picture before.

Thanks

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>>2551124
With a group that big you're going to be far enough away and/or wide enough the settings aren't going to matter much. It'll be easy to get enough DoF and enough shutter speed for a sharp picture. Just chimp the shots as you take them and make sure all rows are in focus. The challenge will be making sure everyone has a decent face and making sure the background isn't awful, since you'll be seeing a lot of it.
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>>2551133
I thought about ISO 100-400 and ~5.6f-stop and whatever shutter speed is needed.

Do you think that'd be alright?

Also, I guess I'll just take the wall of the building as a background.

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ITT: Post /p/ related Youtube channels

I'll begin:

DigitalRev TV

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuw8B6Uv0cMWtV5vbNpeH_A


TheCameraStoreTV

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqpOf_Nl5F4tjwlxOVS6h8A
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Not really about making photos but about how to color-grade them, either stills or for movies.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFuenozbiE0
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>>2550465
>ZY Productions random canon shit - some macro shit
missing link ?
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>>2551025
woops srorry m8
here it is
zy productions
https://www.youtube.com/user/zhch15
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I laughed at every single video.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiahmLwwLnSpcdPH6ipFa9Q
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>>2551120
>that MJ fan
that was actually cool to see

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>>2550678
Scotland, yeah We had a /p/ week long trip to scotland. I was one of the people there. I was also the worst dressed one there.

>>2550717
Nikon D90 + a bunch of primes. 50 1.8 mainly.

>>2550661
I find this one to be too tight though... :(
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>>2550661
Using rule of thirds aren't set in stone you know. I prefer the original although it could be a little tighter but not as tight as yours.
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>>2550957
i actually often break the rule too.

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>>2551103

u rebel u
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>>2550661
>>2550946
>>2550957
Shop it wider? It just bugs me he's too close to the edge.

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Had a shoot today.
Here are some shots.
C&C would be appreciated.

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>>2550149
>tattoos on his torso and thighs
Tell that faggot to kill himself. He has no modelling future.
But I suppose it helps identify him when he does gay porn.
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>>2550149
If you were that cheeky m9 that posted about the fitness photoshoot on Tues//Wed, then sup ma nigga.

I feel that there isn't much contrast showing, relatively bad framing,

IMG 1
- too soft looking
- Subject needs to cut
- Baby face
+ Lighting from side to enhance muscles
+ Okish overall

IMG 2
- Beheaded? (Too much cut off, its too tight and looks awkward)
- The redness around the eyes makes him look like a pussy fegit

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>>2550645
I went back and found sharper focused shots. Went back and added a bit more sharpening and contrast in post.

I'm always a bit hesitant to add to much sharpening and contrast but with this style its definitely needed. I'm mobile so I can't post the re-edited photos right now.
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>>2550645
good post
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>>2551115
Every fucking post I make is good.

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>be a newbie event photographer
>spend about 4-12 hours photographing an event like wedding
>spend like a day editing the photos
>here are your photos
>"Anon, why didn't you remove my pimple."
>"Anon, why didn't you make my boobs bigger."
>"Anon, can you make her slimmer in this photo."
>"Anon, my biceps aren't big enough."
>spend another day editing all the photos

Am I just slow in Photoshop? Do I really have to edit all the skin blemishes and all that nip/tuck or whatever?
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>>2550965
>You can reduce your time spent photoshopping by learning how light works so you can do visual tricks on scene rather than in post-process.

Well I sure wish I already know a lot of light tricks as what you are talking about. The client hired me because my service was cheap since I'm still a newbie.

>Also if you really hate doing retouching than just say to your clients upfront that you don't do it (but still do it very lightly, so they will think that they're are really looking this good at your photos then BAM! you earned yourself new clients!

I don't really hate it but it sure takes a lot of my time especially since I have a full time job on top of this new part time event photography. Also, I enjoy shooting as compared to editing photos. When I edit photos, I wish I was outside and taking photos. Or wish I was back at the event again so I was able to take a better shot. Yeah most of my photos suck.
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Put some make-up on and wear a push-up bra if you wanna look "better", bitch.
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>>2550983
This
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Batch edit for color and brightness.

Manual edit the top four photos. Theyre not gonna really print and look at more than four photos, so pick out the best and spend time there.

If they want all thousand shots edited, you'll have to talk about hourly wages, and the client will back down.
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>>2550955
Nigga

State what gets done before doing it, I always ask if they want retouching i.e removal of this or that and enhancement on this or that.

I do generally remove a spot or anything that isn't permanent regardless, because who really wants their photos with a spot on their forehead or something.

I typically give them a time frame of 1-2 weeks or at least have it waiting at home after the honeymoon. Give them a two week delivery estimation and deliver at about a week and 2/3 days. This makes you seem busy and more caring about the work, and also makes you look good when you deliver a few days or a week before the estimated delivery date.

Canonfags get REKT

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6FnKgVjPpM
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>>2550681
I love the weight with the battery pack. Easy to keep stable. I keep it in aperture/shutter priority with auto iso exposure. While looking through the viewfinder you can see the iso creep up and get the maximum shutter speed in a second. I don't think my friends Nikon has this feature. I could be wrong though.
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>>2550730
https://www.keh.com/363135/sony-a7-black-digital-camera-body-24-3-m-p
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>>2550917
The ISO doesn't creep up, it just automatically sets as a function of exposure and minimum shutter speed.
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>>2550978
I don't think you understood what I meant by creeping. Yes the ISO increases automatically depending on the exposure level, but I'm saying that the ISO setting is corrected by the camera in real time through the viewfinder. As I increase or decrease the shutterspeed/aperture I instantly see the ISO setting so I can squeeze every bit of shutter speed relative to what ISO I want without ever leaving the viewfinder.

I'm not sure if this is just a Pentax thing but it's excellent for me.
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>>2551079
Not a Nikon thing, it just flashes ISO Auto for me.

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>>2551077
>cold as fuck/10
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>>2551081
shame on you
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