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• Expect to be judged harshly. Learn to deal with it.

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Right then.

What cameras do we put on the cool wall?
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>>2534851
Mamiya never made anything uncool.
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>>2534470
Sub-Zero: All medium format film cameras
Pic related, it's mine, an Altissa Box from the early 1960s
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>>2534797
i'd put samsung mirrorless's higher up than sony NEX's as at least samsung invested in making decent lenses, and including features which actually work.
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>>2534892
>Samsung cellphone is better than a SONY camera
Suck it down Sonyggers
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>>2534523
What kind of hamster?

Also, Olympus XA for cool.

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hi guys, I've got a few photos for you that I've been working on, critique welcomed

1/9

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>>2534266
It's a poor example since when I really came around to dilution B I had already started shooting medium format. I don't have many examples of 35mm in Dil B. But here's one that I dev'd in d76 and the grain difference is pretty stark. Film in both was arista.

whatevs though. do whatever you're comfortable with.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9e6ArH0HuI4
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>>2534264

>I screwed up loading the film onto the spool right at the end of the roll and this shot was affected, so I had to over-crop to avoid the development artifacts. I wish I could've had the entire shot.

What does it look like? It doesn't have any information?

>In the full-size, it doesn't look grainier than the rest. I think there's some sort of scanning or compression artifact that made this one come out weird.

It'd probably look great on paper.

>Why do you ask?

Was just wondering. I'm about to develop a roll and was thinking of doing something with the times since I didn't like how my last roll turned out with the "default" dev times.
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>>2534297
>What does it look like? It doesn't have any information?
Here's the raw "contact sheet" flatbed scan. I could probably fix the corner with some judicious Photoshop but I dunno if it's worth it.

>>2534297
>I'm about to develop a roll and was thinking of doing something with the times since I didn't like how my last roll turned out with the "default" dev times
There are a lot of factors and I don't have enough experience to really give good advice.:\ I'm still curious, though -- what specifically didn't you like?

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Alright time for the in-class critique. Thanks everyone for your feedback!

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C&C appreciated

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>>2534769
They were high school kids. Most were 14-15.
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Look here before asking gear questions:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PPbPpOD-qg2gpzb1fTQsHhCRJ_PhMYUHub0jmZqw--M

Archived Threads: https://fgts.jp/p/search/subject/video%20general/
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>>2534680
Thanks.
>>2534682
One was a hacked together drone made by a mechanical engineering student at my uni for his masters project (making a drone capable of flying a dslr using 3d printed parts and other cool stuff). It worked well but I was absolutely terrified I was going to destroy my camera and/or his drone.

I've also flown a DJI S1000 and same deal, it was so expensive to hire I was absolutely terrified of crashing it and paying a bucketload for insurance that I didn't really end up doing anything cool with it (and I've done a stack of training)

My advice if you're wanting to get into drones is hire (or buy if you're rich) a DJI Phantom 2, strap a gopro to it and go for it. Drones are fun if you're not worried about crashing them, and you will crash them at least once or twice, so start with a cheap one

No pics because I'm a faggot who was so scared of breaking his camera he didn't take any pics
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What is the cheapest camera for filming? I use a Canon A-1 to take photographs, but i want something cheap with wich to record.
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>>2534853
Cell phone
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>>2534853
eos m if you're looking to change lenses
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Need to connect my XLR mic to Canon 600D. Preferably making the XLR to jack 3.5 myself cause I've got everything I need at home. The question is how do I connect the wires? Do I make it balanced (XLR ground - sleeve, hot - tip and cold - ring) or unbalanced mono, meaning I sort out ground and cold to sleeve and connect hot to tip and ring? Any help highly appreciated.

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Why is it I never see people shooting film on anything other than retro cameras?

Surely something like this would be ideal, you can pick them up for like 200 dollars, has 45 point AF, fits the lenses you're using on your DSLR anyway (if you're a canotard).

But it's always like Fm3a's and shit.

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Cheapo people. I just ordered a Minolta X-500 with their nifty fifty. Muh first film camera. I didn't want to spend much just to try something out.
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>>2534597
are you selling that on ebay? I just found a listing for a 620 with that exact picture
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>>2534871
interesting. that makes sense I just overcomplicated it in my head. My experiments with push/pull have always been extreme just to see the characteristics of that particular film. thank you for that.

sorry for the derail, back to cameras
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>>2534881
yes...yes i am..
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>>2534638
>>2534609
aww yee

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Hay you guise, keep fighting, I was enjoying that.
Also, where is our damned book?
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>>2534870
But there has NEVER been any updates like that with the past books.

There never was any issue with the book this year. Fucktards started trolling Iggy with made up bullshit, and then every lost their fucking mind.

>well gee golly everything else on /p/ is just made up bullshit BUT HOLY FUCK SOMEBODY JUST SAID IGGY ABANDONED THE BOOK IT MUST BE FUCKING TRUE BECAUSE WHY WOULD ANYBODY LIE ABOUT THAT OR JUST MAKE IT UP IGGY YOU LAZY FUCKWAD WHY DID YOU STEAL MY PHOTOS AND SELL THEM ON THE DARK WEB?!?!?
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>>2534880
Calm down, man. You're no better than the people you're talking about if you have to express yourself like that.
I guess the book threads are so much worse this year because /p/ itself is much worse. Shouting isn't going to help, though.

It sucks. Especially if you've been here long enough to remember the good times, which are clearly never coming back, but you can't change it.
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>>2534884
Oh climb down off your fucking cross. It's a photography board for borderline sociopaths on 4chan, not a Utopian society on the brink of collapse.
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>>2534885
>photography

Now who's being utopian?
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>>2534885
>arguing about photography on a laotian needlepoint forum

/p/ i have an x-t1 and an a-1.

as such i share a lot of the lenses between the cameras with the aid of a cheap adapter from amazon.

my question is as follows; are the cheap (sub $100) focal reducers from china any good? or am i just asking for CA out the ass.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Lens-Adapter-Ring-For-Canon-FD-Lens-to-Fujifilm-FX-Focal-Reducer-Speed-Booster-/271750632473?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f45999419

link related.
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do your own research
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>>2534401
thanks that's what i am doing.
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>>2534390
I bought a cheap camdiox one from ebay.
Image quality was good but it wouldn't focus to infinity. Also it couldn't be adjusted.
I fixed it by disassembling the whole lens assembly and adding a spacer but i wouldn't recommend it.
Now it works as advertised.
If you're gonna get one try to get one that has infinity focus adjustment, like the original.
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>>2534862
i'm not above modification, i repair lenses/cameras for money on the side.

did you happen to document your procedure?

Photography blogs are 99% edgy, narcissistic shit.

"Debauchery" is so fucking banal to see over and over again in the form of photo "essays." A bunch of sheltered white kids trying to ape Kenneth Anger 50 years later.

>It's taken with polaroids, though.
Christ.

Can anyone link actual good photography blogs?

Here's an example of the awful dross I'm talking about:
http://www.americansuburbx.com/series-2/d/dash-snow-polaroids#
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>>2534258
photos and photo projects like the one you're talking about are not about photography. There are about a view into a lifestyle. Whether you like that lifestyle or not, is not related to the quality of the photos. The fact that you would suggest that Terry's diary (or any of those tumblrs you're talking about) is an example of photographic skill shows that you are missing the point. Exposure, shutter speed, composition, background, none of these things matter. It's merely storytelling.
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>>2534281
Maybe I should have been clearer.

I'm not looking for masterpieces, and I don't judge solely on aesthetics, however the "stories" these photos tell are banal and overdone. Bruch Davidson's NY photos (linked below) are an example of this type of photography done well. The kind I am criticising is the lazy, banal crap of the ennui-faced narcissistic classes who think selfies tell some kind of story.

These kinds of mediocre photo collections are "essays" in the same way collected Tweets are literature.

http://www.nybooks.com/blogs/nyrblog/2011/dec/01/train-thought-subway-photographs/m/
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>>2534277
wow. i don't particularly like richard kern but wow he can do better than this.
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>>2534294

You are obviously a tasteles faggot because Bruce Davidson's NY pictures are patronising, sanctimonious shit. If you like them you obviously shouldn't be giving out opinions on what makes good photography because it makes you look as clueless as Ken Rockwell.

I think Winograd said of those photos something like, "He looked at Arbus' work and totally misunderstood it."

And Winogrand is right it's like Davidson shot those people to look like how he imagined middle-class white dudes like himself thought those people would look. They are banal and sanguine to the level of awfulness. They might as well be shots of golliwogs and black & white minstrels.

At least shit like Dash Snow is what it is. It may be crass and vulgar, but at least its pretentiousness is obvious. It's saying look at me being a fucking reckless, stupid, idiot, do you think I'm cool? I'm so fucked on heroin I just fell over and gashed open my head, haha! Plus even by accident some of the shots are genuinely good, even if the vast majority look like shit every teenager takes when high as fuck.
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>>2534667
>All this value judgement and nothing to back it up
At least provide alternatives instead of going off on a santimonious tear.

No need to defend your bad taste with such a juvenile rant, riddled with ad hominems; you show everyone that you're as vapid as the 'art' you defend.

>Bruce Davidson's NY pictures are patronising, sanctimonious shit.
Nice analysis. Pure value judgement. You make exceptions for Dash Snow and cant see any worth in any of Davidson's documentation of what NY was actually like? Your bias is showing.

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what's your excuse not buying a sigma product?

http://www.dpreview.com/articles/8641477642/cp-2015-sigma-interview

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>>2534750
>Lenses
Yes (Art series only)
>Bodies
Nope.
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>>2534789
This, wouldn't want to spend a day without my 18-35
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>>2534750
my 35mm art is my bby
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>dp0, dp1, dp2, dp3

Why not just make it an ILC at this point?
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>>2534834
because people would cry "only 3 lenses ;-;"

how to edit like this?

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>>2533810

thats my face, dont use it :-)~~~~
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>>2533749
mr. puse, you are too modest

if you ever decide to visit LA or NYC, there'll be work for you. also, apologies for trolling you on tumblr that one time w/ that question I had regarding holgas :-X
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>>2534864
Original file


Wow, also don't judge >>2534864 by its thumbnail! haha

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>>2534864
a bit too brownish

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Nature photo thread.
ITT we post anything nature, from landscapes to wildlife.
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>>2534703
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Wow
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>>2534703
Shit, I just realized I uploaded all my full sized images.

Anyhow, if you don't know how to view to fill your screen and resolution, go fuck yourself for being shitty at technology.
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found this old pic I took 10 years ago. makes we want to try macro again..

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I know it's a morbid question.

My dad passed away last year and his hobby most of his life was building model airplanes. Now that he's gone, I have boxes and boxes and boxes of 1:72 scale WW2 airplanes that I have no idea what to do with.

And, as I accumulate hard drives of my own processed and (mostly) unprocessed Raw files, I wonder what do I want to happen with my work after I go.

Anyone else think about what will happen with your own work after you are gone?

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you gonna sell dem model aeroplanes?? i'd buy some.
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>>2534719
If I shoot a thousand, I go through in Lightroom and rate. I'll only delete obvious fuck-ups, like missed focus or terrible exposure (usually about 50 (Canon AF for the lose)) and I'll go a broad general process on anything starred at least 1 star. Then anything two or three, I'll take into Photoshop. I usually come out with 75 or 80 "keepers" and 10 or 15 that I'll present and be proud of. The rest get converted to JPEG and put into a folder to save space.
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>>2534341
I salute you, sir
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>>2533759
i've made a point to make family portraits my contribution to my family.

i also make sure to print on boards and properly frame them, also writing some info on the back of the board including my name.

by making an heirloom for each part of my family hopefully ive at least preserved some of myself (besides my own appearance in a few of the pictures)
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>>2534844
and by family i mean extended family, people from like 30 of the 50 states, family reunions number in the hundreds

What colour did you see the as dress at /p/?

I have this idea because we all have some knowledge of white balance and photography, we saw it as blue, not gold.

What do you think about it all?

Original photo from: http://swiked.tumblr.com/post/112073818575/guys-please-help-me-is-this-dress-white-and

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>>2531082
how about you take a piece of paper that is the colour think you seeing, blue, black, gold white, yellow whatever, take those pieces of paper individually place them next to the colour on the screen.

Is it the same colour?
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just a matter of shitty calibrated screens
left one is with stronger green channel and more brightness

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>>2531082
How can you even see white in that? You fell for a fucking meme you dumbass.
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>>2534737
My screen is calibrated and I've never once seen the thing as anything other than gold and white. I'm pretty sure all the people who said they saw black and blue were just "trolling", and in the most obnoxious way possible.
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>>2534820
2/3rds of people polled see white and gold. Yes, it's blue and black, but to say that people who see white are dumbasses just shows that you're closed minded. If the dress were in deep shadow from the tungsten light of the store, and lit only by very soft diffused light from a window directly in front of the dress, and the photo were balanced warm towards tungsten, white would appear blue. Not in that manner, but it would have an effect.

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Hey /p/

I'm interested in getting some constructive criticism on what I consider my "best" work.

I always prefer hearing critique rather than getting a pat on the shoulder, so please do let me know what you think about these shots, what you would have done and/or what I need to improve on.

This band shot is probably one of my favourites. It's probably the most "pro" looking.
The only thing I don't like about it is the shadow beneath his nose.
The only lighting was the the torch from an iPhone.
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I like this one too but is it too sharp?
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>>2534831
So you would bring the clarity down a tad?

I'm finding it difficult to make it "look pro" and not overly detailed in photshop.

I find it looks too much like a normal snapshot if I don't add some clarity, but if I add too much it looks too much like the terrible journalist shots here in Denmark.
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Street shot I like.
It's probably quite obvious I like blue colours by this point.

Tell me what you think.
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Another street shot

Bad framing?
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And here's the final shot, an uncropped version of the pic above it.


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