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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)

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• Gear threads are discouraged, but identified as necessary. Many users simply hide these threads.


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What is the most reliable, reasonably priced 35mm SLR on the market?

Or just your favourite to use?
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My X-300 cost £30 with a 50mm and is perfect.

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>>3158044
"One neat thing of the FE is that in aperture priority it does not do set shutter speeds; if the camera determines the perfect exposure is 1/377th of a second at F8 that's the shutter speed it uses, it doesn't decide between 250th and 500th"

That is extremely cool
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>>3158017
You already posted the best 35mm camera, thread over. Use the gear thread next time.

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Recently bought this thing on impulse, a Ricoh XR-2 with a XR Rikenon 1:2 50mm lens.

Came in the mail yesterday and it's comfy as fuck. Just need to get some proper film for it and new batteries and we'll be good to go.
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>>3158017
>Reasonably Priced and Reliable:
Canon FTb
Canon AE-1 (non program)
Minolta x-370
Nikon FA

>Reliable, But bad market:
Nikon FM2
Nikon F3
Nikon FE2
Canon F-1


At least from my experience, still rocking my FA, love it.

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>go on a photo travel group
>everyone stops to take a photo in the exact same spot
>20 identical photos of the exact same thing
>some guy tries to take a covert shot
>everyone else repeats exactly what he did
fuck this

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>>3158110
Similar experience
>at an evening festival in the woods
>getting dark, 4 of us photographers taking out tripods
>running around finding angles, taking great care not to get into each others frame
>tourist fuckface with a flash on taking TTL auto shots at random angles, right into people's faces
>ruins all our long exposures with the stupid flash
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>>3157871

Word of mouth, I'm not socially anxious I'm probably the exact opposite. I have no filters and I bite my tongue for no one.
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>>3158119
>>3158110
Pictures of the event?
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>Be Sugar
>At very last Shuttle rollout
>In with all the normies, couldn't get media pass
>Shuttle rolling out at 0.05mph on the crawler in pic related
>Astronauts and their families congregating in the shot making a perfect composition
>Stupid fucking normies tripping over each other getting their DV cams and shit in the shot
>Decide fuck this, preset focus and exposure manually, take a test shot as I will only have one chance at this
>Pick up my entire rig, 5D, 24-105L and xboxhueg tripod, walk in front of everyone
>Set it down and expose perfectly inbetween TTL pop-up flashes going off
>Get the shot, security walking over now
>Pick my shit up and fuck off somewhere else in the crowd of idiots
>Never got caught

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>>3158132
man those fuel boosters look fake close up

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New threads for every single question? edition

Last one: >>3144405

Post anything gear related, cameras, lenses, bags, tripods, other fashion accessories (clothing, fancy straps, Leica) etc...
Post your question here, instead of starting a new thread about which lens to buy or what are the best beginner cameras.

And don't forget, be polite!
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>>3157885
Don't be a jew, pay its price and deal with it like any normal person. You are literally throwing a sissy fit over $6. Me writing this down costs more than that.
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>>3158029
Use a gopro for timelapses instead, go for the G7/G85 for videos and with the right lens it can do as good stills as any other camera
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>>3157685
looks like I can get a used sb700 on ebay for around 100-125
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>>3158064
>me being a Jew

but what's the point giving the option of making a best offer if the most you're going to give is 5%?

They've done this on 4 different items over the past year.
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>>3158122
if youre happy paying that then I guess go for it, just have eagle eyes on the listing, double check every photo, make sure nothings missing.

im in uk but I got my sb-800 used including postage for what would equal. 127.44 US Dollar. set your maximum amount and maybe try a few auctions first.

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>sugar thread >>3100691 falls to the bottom
>30 different gear threads on the catalog

God dammit /p/

Things have changed, running the West Coast a little more now, expect >MUH SKY and >MUH CAVES soon my truck has decided now is a good time to shit the battery bed and I'll have a day off while the shop foreman has his hands full with my rig and most likely my wallet after it's all said and done.

I'll be posting a couple reposts from the end of the last thread to get it started plus some new shit. Vacation is coming up in about a month and I'm thinking a Miami / Keys trip is overdue.

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>>3157879
You saw the condition of his old equipment right?
>It was all fucked up.
This stuff will be trashed in another year too.
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>>3157905
I saw his AF-D lenses had some scratches, but I thought that was because he bought them used.
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>>3157926

I did buy them used.

>>3157879

>using cheap filters

I bought some used 77mm Hoya and Tiffen MC filters for 20 bucks a piece and they don't affect image quality, don't be a poorfag and cheap out on filters

>>3157905

yeah my old stuff was beat, but I have vowed to take much better care of the Df system, and sure enough the fucking rubber grip on the right side is coming off can't win I guess.
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>>3158048
>I bought some used 77mm Hoya and Tiffen MC filters for 20 bucks a piece

I thought most of what you had were 52mm primes.

That's good that you bought decent filters, but I still don't understand what more they're going to do for you over a hood unless you're in the desert.

>sure enough the fucking rubber grip on the right side is coming off

lol, is that the Df itself?
Can you post a picture?
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>>3158124

I'll get a pic up later today but yes it's the Df I found rubber kits on eBay but I'm looking around to see if anyone makes colorized ones or faux leather brown grips before I pull the trigger on those it's 100 for the set and I only need the rear and front right.

Most of what I use are 52mm but I have one lens that uses 77mm (Tokina 11-16) and two that use 72 (180 ED and Streetsweeper) and I use 77's with a step-up ring on them because I also have a nice set of 10x ND 77mm filters

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Why does HDR looks so fake even when it's tastefully done?
HDR fags claim that it's closer to what our eyes see. Our eyes, that supposedly have great dynamic range, don't ever see the world like in these abominations

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>>3158107
No, that's how using linear color merging instead of logarithmic works in photoshop.
Absolutely disgusting
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As someone who does a lot of night photography HDR can be a lifesaver.
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>>3157881
Because things don't glow like that in real life. What you're looking at is tone mapping, it's a side effect of many of the Photoshop plugins for HDR. HDR itself is simply "high dynamic range" and most people who post an image shot on a camera/film with a good amount of dynamic range won't bother to point it out or call it an "HDR photo".
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>>3158118
Night photography is different, You have to do very different exposures for the foreground and the background to have sharp and clean landscape and detailed sky without trailing stars.
That is not HDR, that is simply nightscape photography.
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>>3158126
How is that not HDR? HDR means "high dynamic range". A photograph with "high dynamic range" has good detail range between shadow and highlight areas even if the scene has a lot of exposure differences.

How much improvement can i get with Magic Lantern on a Canon T5i?
Fucking camera films amateur video (even with color grading) and a "full frames" are really expensive.
Also, i always film at night because of my work, wish i could during the day though.
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>>3154810
I had a t3i and the video would constantly quit after a couple seconds. I bought the fastest card and it made no difference. Did a goggle search and found out it is a common problem.

avoid
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>>3153551

Hello, i'm not OP but i've been using ML on my T5i for some weeks and i got questions (mostly video related questions).

I installed the 10-12-14 bit version but i don't understand...

>How exactly can the bit depth improve it? More freedom to edit the colors?

Also, i've seen videos with my same camera using ML and their quality and sharpness was shocking (even scaled up videos to 4k looked sharp and not pixelated)

>What am i doing wrong? Is it something related to my lenses' aperture?

And finally...
>What is a good software to edit 10-14 bits raw video on Mac?
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>>3154810
I’m OP of this question and just ordered a t5i yesterday. Getting it on Tuesday and installing magic lantern ASAP. Did I fuck up or will it be a good starter camera for video ?
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>>3153483
you can get better bitrates h264, raw video at lower res if you want to go through the trouble.

>>3155968
10bit is noticeably better than regular 8bit.
12 and 14 is questionable on my monitor.

upscaling will always look softer. it's just your monitor.
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Anyone who hooks me up with Magic Lantern Genie Guide : Nikon D3200 gets... thanks. I guess.

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>STICKY - https://pastebin.com/VPXjjKqq

"I once got paid money to film something so now I'm an expert" edition
Here we discuss techniques, gear and anything else related to capturing video footage. Please don't pretend to be an expert if you don't know what you're talking about. Kindly leave your ego at the door.
Posting short films or other work you've done is encouraged.

We tend to use and recommend DSLRs/mirrorless cameras because they provide phenomenal picture quality for their price, have large sensors (ie the same size used in high-end cinema cameras and higher) and have interchangeable lenses.
In contrast, consumer camcorders normally have much smaller sensors and a fixed lens.

Helpful books for the creative side
https://pastebin.com/kG0gRmTZ

>READ THE STICKY IF YOU'RE NEW, BEFORE ASKING SOME FUCKING STUPID QUESTION THAT’S BEEN ANSWERED A HUNDRED TIMES
>IF YOU ASK A QUESTION THAT THE STICKY ANSWERS, DON'T BE SURPRISED IF WE TELL YOU TO FUCK OFF
>IF YOU ASK A DUMBASS QUESTION AND PRETEND TO BE A "PRO", WE WILL TELL YOU TO GO FUCK YOURSELF

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>>3157533
>Currently using a Canon 60D
Any tips to some newfriend with the same camera?
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>>3157833
First things first install Magic Lantern and the Cinestyle Profile, those thing help a lot.
With ML you can have focus peaking, auto WB on a button push, zebras, histogram and some other useful things for video, it also lets you crank up the bitrate depending on your SD card, I'm gonna get a faster one to reach about 90/100 Mb/s.
The profile itselfs won't give you CLog or anything like that, but damn it helps with dynamic range and exposure, here are some before and after grading on a short I filmed to my Sound 101 final
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>>3157859
Also you will likely want to invest in better lenses/faster cards since the HDMI output can only be cleared with ML and still outputs a signal bellow FHD and in 4:2:0 the same shit you would get on the internal recording, so the other things would improve your videos before.
One last thing: the sensor is natively driven at 160 ISO, so work with that as base and try to use multiples of it like 320, 640 and so on to get the least noise. Hope it helped and good luck with the camera, it's a great bang for the buck
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>>3157859
>>3157861
No it's not 160 native ISO, and the bitrate cranking barely helps.

These canon DSLRs have 100 base ISO, with ISO 160 being equivalent to ISO 200 with -1/3 exp.compensation. Thus it seems you are having less noise, but you're also losing some dynamic range.
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>>3157861
>>3158014
I did some reading on this the other day
According to the ml guys, the closest thing to a base ISO they have is like ~80 (which you can't get manually obviously)
Read through this if you care
https://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php?topic=11086.0

The problem is that even on their full numbers, canon mixes artificial and analogue gain. (Apparently this doesn't happen on their 1d models though)

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What do you guys think of the angry photographer would you take any of his advice on gear or technique?
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>>3158023
he is alright
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>>3158104
>no composition
>accidental dutch angle
>overblown colors with zero aesthetic
>model that is blank faced and unengaged

Looks like he's tried to imitate lanier, and failed miserably

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>>3158106
>no composition
Should do a work check on the number of times that phrase is said on /p/

>accidental dutch angle
Barely any angle off 90 degrees

>overblown colors with zero aesthetic
Colors are fine and natural

>model that is blank faced and unengaged
Most likely not a model and just some random skater at a skate park, which is fitting with the rest of his pics.
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>>3158114
whilst your other points couldbe argued on a subjective front, your claim that your shot isn't at a shitty angle is just hilariously wrong.

pic related.

This is why you don't listen to fuji fags, they can't even see a 20 degree skew to an image.
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>>3158116
>your claim that your shot isn't at a shitty angle is just hilariously wrong.
>hilariously
Someone is certainly hilariously wrong here.

>This is why you don't listen to fuji fags, they can't even see a 20 degree skew to an image.
Your red line is around 4.5 degrees off of a right angle (90 degrees), and using the large tree on the right as a rough yard stick for a right angle the picture is around 3.5 degrees off of 90. Which is why I said his picture barely off 90 degrees. It can be hard to get perfect right angles when hand holding these shots.

Your 20 degrees off is a joke.

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I sure hope you get your bras professionally fitted anons.

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New to photography.
I know this photo could be so much better but I am not sure how improve.

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>>3158055
idk m8, just process for a sense of nostalgia. I thought it was cozy.

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>>3157845
Someone's mad they can't do basic photoshops

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Film General Thread - DIY developing edition

Old thread >>3151274

What developer if your favorite to use? Does it always give you the best results? Have you ever dun goofed hard while developing? Why don't you develop yourself?

Post your beautiful grainy snapshits here, or discuss why Fujifags and Kodakucks can't be friends.

>just posting in the /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless sell Ricoh GR1s and Olympus Mju IIs on ebay for $300+
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>>3158041
Minus the composition, i quite like this. Reminds me of Kubrick
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>>3158008
What's the reasoning for equating saturated brine with the 300g/l indicated on the hippie nonsense blog? Is saltwater fixing more or less selective wrt metallic and bromide/iodide silver?

(asking the pole because he's prolly tried fixing in his own wee as well. if someone had.)
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>>3158008
Everything I have read on the subject says it does take time but 3 weeks seems excessive.



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>>3157954
you can tell it's deep because it's in black and white and the signs say opposing messages
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I especially like those two guys on the edges, cut in half. You could maybe assemble them together in Photoshop, bet it would be more interesting than this.
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>>3158089

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>working for a newspaper
>shoot in aperture priority
>autofocus

Can we talk about photojournalism. Do the people shooting for nat geo and the nyt do everything in M, or do they use auto setting sometimes?

I can't believe being in an action packed moment you could manually focus perfectly all the time.
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>>3158049
Abso-fucking-lutely not.

Often times it will favor flash over a high iso, an arbitrary f-stop and a middle of-the-road shutter speed.

Stop anon.

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>>3158062
i think he was doing what the kids call "trolling"
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>>3158049
Just use Av, move on with life.
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>caring about what mode a photo was taken in
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my camera doesn't have any automatic controls whatsoever

then again I don't work for a newspaper

I like shooting manual because after a while you 'just know' how to get it in the right ballpark and then you can make a minor adjustment while focusing and framing

90% of the time my shutter stays on 1/125

How many photos do you take a in a normal session /p/?

Is taking 20+ photos of the same subject (in landscape photography) too many? I like to try different angles and exposures, so there's the highest chance of getting a "good" shot, but then it takes forever to weed out the pointless ones in post.

Or should I just shoot film to force myself to get the proper composition from the beginning
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I shoot 6x6 so the most photos I’ll ever take in one day is 12.
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Who else
>taking multiple photos of the same subject, only to realize that the first one was the best anyway, every time
?
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I usually shoot 1 per subject, but lately I've been trying to take a second one if I'm sure it's an interesting scene
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>>3158082
Yes
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>>3158079
>not taking another roll with you
>firing that twelfth frame, only to come across an amazing scene on the way home
I always take one more roll than I plan to shoot

>>3158082
Did that for awhile, then I simply stopped taking those latter shots when I realized they rarely ever improved upon the initial one.

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QUESTIONS THAT DON'T DESERVE THIER OWN THREAD

Post your questions in here that don't quite fit in with /gear/ or the other generals

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>>3157814
I was coming here to ask the same thing, I live in West Virginia, it's basically the same thing. The closest 'anything' is an hour away by car, this place is boring. Just trees, sometimes animals, and small towns. I used to walk on the train tracks, but apparently someone got mugged and thrown into a ditch, so I won't be doing that anymore. There's literally no where to go, no attractions, and I'm struggling to find things to take pictures of. I've only been shooting for roughly 8 months, and I've run out of 'interesting' things to take photos of.

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What's a good storage/backup solution for videos and Pictures?
I was thinking about getting a portable BR burner and archiving everything on bluerays. Is it feasible and economic? I don't need something constantly hooked up to the PC at all times. Just something that I can come back to.
I have a lot of video footage that I'd like to hold on to to make re-cuts and improved versions of previous projects.

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>>3157814
>>3157999

me too. I think firstly the questions a bit big in that nobody can come there and show you what to photograph or how to see.

but you can try identify the specific problems one by one. and ask how to overcome them.

I thought this question worthy of a thread in itself so I made one.
>>3158093
plz come visit.
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>>3158072
I use a NAS in raid1 that syncs with my HD photo folder regularly. NAS then does ocassional syncs with Amazon Glacier.
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>>3157976
can you tell me what kind of film is best for portrait? considering the weather is always sunny and lots of green and orange grass?



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