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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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>>2888628
Why don't you pop that pimple next to your nose?
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>>2888628
wide set eyes, flat nose bridge, widening forehead.

You're from the west country aren't you, probably Bristol or Stroud, you're family have all lived there a long time haven't they, the family tree isn't spoken about during dinner, is it.
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>>2888774
honestly laughed

underrated post
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>>2888628
why would you have sex with a fat person anon?
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Have none of you cunts been on 4chan before? jesus christ...

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Film General Thread, aka FGT.
>PICTURE EDITION (try harder this time)
Lets see the snapshits. There are 36 frames to a roll; I know you're taking snapshits of walls and buckets and reflections in between the masterpieces, lets see them.
Next time you want to call someone a faggot or tell someone to post in the gear thread, add pic unrelated.
I want to get a better pic/post ratio than the RPT.
Lets make the FGT great again.

>just posting in the FGT doesn't make you gay, unless you use a skylight filter

This is the thread for all of your stupid film questions, and to post your film snapshits without flushing them down the RPToilet.
It's OK to ask about film gear in this thread.

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god dammit, I am on my work computer so I don't have any full sized scans to post. Having to grab them from instagram.

The roll inside was from the previous night so I had been shooting it at iso 1600. Forgot the whole day that I had the meter on 1600 so all my shots were overexposed by 2 stops. Managed to save them a bit in post. Just goes to show how resilient Tri-X can be to overexposure.

Also, is the Canon 50mm f1.4 LTM a high or low contrast lens?
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>>2888836
When you shoot tri-x at 1600, you are underexposing, mongo.
Also, high and low are relative terms.
Relative to an 80's 35-70, it's a high contrast lense.
Relative to the 18/2.8 in the GR, it's a low contrast lense.

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>>2888851
I typed the wrong thing not once, but twice, that's my bad. I knew it was underexposing, I blame this god forsaken night shift.

Here is another from the same walk but with a different camera on correct meter settings. I posted this one in the other FGT but its the only other scan I have on this comp.
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>>2888796

Nothing wrong with the scanner. It's better than ANY flatbed scanner of today. And it's from 2003 faggot.

>>2888793

APX-400 is grainy stuff. All iso 400 black and white films are grainy in 35mm. And your scanner is very sharp.
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>>2888793
it's not because they're highlights, it's because the sky is smooth and detail-less which accentuates grain. in film, shadows have more grain and highlights less grain in general

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>>2888825
no problem. Sometimes I do the same thing because I think the sky is too bright or overexposed; usually it results in an unrealistic looking sky.
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How bad is it?

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>>2887694
awesome shot
>>2887731
still looks really cool
>>2888243
creep
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>>2888863
nice, would use as a wallpaper.

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Sticky:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Gh-fomKSuIEZ-GJo2tere4YMjsDvmmsuyiJKzQ-1ZRk

All 'bout motion picture.
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>>2888661
yeah. the trick is to assemble every modification in control files which can then be executed on the original material. but ofc you also can first decrease the original material and work just on it. a prifessional company can ofc not do this, since we always must keep the maximum quality. but we also don't want rediculous strong and expensive computing technology, just in order to achieve both: keeping quality and working in real-time. .. it's just not necesarry, if you now what you're doing.
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>>2888665
if you think about it from the IT-side, it is really incredible rediculous to work e.g. on 3840x2160 compressed material. the insane overhead on computing power just to decode the stream and disaggregate it into frames, while practically all compressed streams are (for good reasons) designed to be NOT a frame sequence. But even de-packing a sequence of compressed tifs (let alone mjpegs .. but also dngs or dpx/exr) to get like 24 or even more 4k frames per second is just insane. ofc it is possible .. but just why? .. overkill.
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>>2888515
Blender is really slow for this type of work. It does a mandatory conversion to 32bit float and that really hurts performance. I seriously suggest to avoid it and do it in an NLE. For something simple as this use Natron, it should be faster.
https://natron.fr/
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>>2888649
Is the transport-table similar to an EDL, AAF ? Does it get rendered out of the editor's NLE or is a custom application used that handles rendered video edits (i.e. by reading every image for superimposed unique id)?

Do you use a more localized database than just labeling everything separately within the files?
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>>2888858
neat.

but I have my issues with openfx. but that's more a matter of taste. good project tho.

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Richfag edition (no Pentax allowed)

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 Alpa, broken glass, and being new.
No pointless (brand) arguments and dickwaving allowed! You have been warned!

I repeat, ANYTHING GEAR RELATED goes in here!

And don't forget, be polite!

Previous thread: >>2883035
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ive been looking to buy a budget point and click film camera. do you guys have any suggestions?
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>>2888804
Anything Sony desu
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>>2888804
Lolympus
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>>2888773
Technically a nice camera if the stars align and you can find a use case for it, I've handled one and the build quality is outrageously good, but it wasn't for me. Even as far as high-end cameras go, it's still not for most people, unless you shoot landscape and arch exclusively.

>>2888798
Oh shit I watched that episode, and it was cringe all the way through, mainly because Kai had a $50K+ camera mounted on a $50 tripod near some cliffs; and secondly because he had no fucking idea how to use it.
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I'm considering buying the 28mm lux for everyday photography instead of using my 35mm. Do you guys think they're too similar? The reason I'm not interested in the 24mm lux is because the 28mm lux is brand new and not that much bigger than my 35. I used to use my 50mm lens but fell in love with 35 and maybe I'll fall in love with 28.

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"Photography isn't about photography, it's about the world."

What do you think /p/? Is it true considering photography can only ever be the documentation of preexisting things?

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>>2888841
This. Although these photos are nice in composition, but fuck the quality is dead, Fuji quality is lacking in this set
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>>2888706
Love the style, yet it feels like an awkward framing.
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>>2888841
Auto DR fail.
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>>2888841
That's fucking bad.
Remind me never to buy fuji
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>"I use a trip so you can filter me"
>changes trip constantly
Fuck off isi
These are even more terrible than usual, are you trolling to suddenly start posting marginally better photos, making them seem better than they are in comparison to this trash like you often do?
>saged

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Just picked up a Rebel XS with an 18-55mm and a 75-300mm lens for $230. This is my first DSLR, did i do good?
>pic related
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>>2888765
>asking /p/ -after- you buy it
why do people do this
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It's shit but that's good lenses and you don't need quality yet. Learn to use the camera and upgrade when you understand what you need
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>>2888765
>Rabal
I hope you also bought that rifle on the left to kill yourself with after buying such a shit camera
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>>2888831
What's better for 230$?
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>>2888803
>>2888823
>>2888831
Obviously all of you are beginners too, or just plain stupid.

>>2888765
OP, its not the optimal thing you could have bought for this amount, but you didn't do bad(unless your used camera has like 100 000 shutter actuations). Its good that you got 2 lenses. It would be better if that tele zoom had IS, but at least you have some reach.

Don't worry about 10 megapixels. Those entry zoom lenses cant resolve a lot of detail anyway. 24+ megapixels on new APS-C sensors are usually wasted unless they are used with finest glass.

Don't start thinking about getting a new camera in few months. Despite what faggots above me wrote, it is a capable tool(for everything except sports, wildlife and low light). Instead, focus on the lenses. I recommend Yongnuo 50mm f/1.8( its 50$ new), for low light and portraits. Also check out Canon 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS wide angle lens.

>>2888840
Don't think about this now, and there is nothing that is significantly better for this money. You could have bought something marginally better at best.


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Compact carry thread?

What's your grail?
What do you have?
What to avoid?
Where to cop?

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>>2888275
>So is the Mju ii
it has cool lines and a sleek design. that nikon one is a dumb brick. lrn2aesthetics.
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>>2888294
It looks cool and retro. The Mju ii is like every other clamshell plastic tacky piece of shit.
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i've been browsing online for a good budget compact. do you guys have any recommendations?
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Just found this little guy a few days ago. Finally popped in some new batteries and finished the roll that was left in it. It's pretty neat.

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>>2888738

Pentax PC35AF, either variety. The M feels better in the hand but has a loud-ish motor wind so if you care about stealth, get the regular version.

The lens is fantastic and sharp. The AF is that infrared stuff so it prefocuses instantly and the lens travel is relatively fast for a compact so hardly any shutter delay at all. Just be sure to pay attention to the focus indicator, IR focusing can get fooled sometimes. The build quality is really quite good and the clamshell keep the lens clean on top of being super satisfying to open (spring loaded).

There are tons of them on ebay and its way cooler than buying into the MJU craze

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this thread?

post your version of this picture, so we can see you without seeing you.

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another one from long ago since I see that this thread is still going on

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I will find you.

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Yeah.
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yessir

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hai

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Why do I see so many people using Canon EOS DSLR's for video? From the cheaper T6i up to the more expensive 7D Mark II, they all can only do up to 30fps 1080p footage. That's kinda shitty considering there are other, even cheaper, Mirrorless/DSLRs doing 4K and/or 60fps video, such as the Panasonic G7, and the Sony Alpha a6300.

It just seems like the Canon EOS series are pretty "standard" DSLR film cameras when spec-wise, they're very lackluster.

Is there something I'm missing here as far as appeal for film?
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>>2888483
>not future proofing you work because it's not worth a damn
>not using 4k as a supersample and get way better 1080p video quality than canon shits out.
>probably because his work is not worth a damn.
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One, 1080p/30 is all you need for what many would consider solid youtube video.

Two, lenses for canon are a hell of a lot more available, and much cheaper, than their sony counterparts, if those counterparts even exist.
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>>2888479
>Canon is well known for holding back progress and making you pay dearly for things "only a professional" would want

You mean like offering a full frame sensor for five years after it was already common on the market?

Oh wait, that was Nikon.
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>>2888457
They can shoot RAW with Magic Lantern.
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>>2888679
Are you even trying? If your work is so important, why don't you go with a dedicated video camera? Stop your lame ass "arguments".

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I know a thing or two in photography and Photoshop. I'll be happy to share.
Learning how to use this site tho

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>>2887859
>>2887908
>>2887944

Thanks! I guess that took like 2-3hrs. The technique is dodge and burn. I bet there are tutorials out there
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>>2888612
Phenomenal results, OP. What's your secret to achieving that beautiful skin, particularly on the forehead and below eyes? Are you doing frequency separation?

Do you have any suggestions for dealing with skin blown out by flash, like pic related?

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>>2888612
samefag
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>>2888746
no, OP isn't samefagging because I'm the one who complimented him, look at pic related, faggot.
>inb4 show proof
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>>2888612
Just straight-up D&B brushes or the adjustment layer at 50% gray in overlay method?

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Mr Rockwell accepts your apologies in this thread.
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I'm sorry I didn't contribute enough to you and your growing family.
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>>2887973
I'm sorry I printed out a paragraph of text from one of your reviews without permission or paying the one-time fee of $5
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>>2887973
Weird, I read this review yesterday and thought "huh, that photo is half acceptable"
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I'm sorry for not setting the default saturation to 100%, I promise I'll make the effort, Senpai.
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I still don't get obsession with Rockwell, just another reviewer with mediocre photos, why are you mocking exactly him?

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LOOKING FOR A TOKYO MAN!

Hi guys im looking for somone why lives or hahve lived in tokyo, i need to know where i can buy a steady cam and how much it will cost me. Thank you very much
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>>2888826
Bump
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>>2888826
Go to akiba and look there
Or amazon jp


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