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6x4.5 vs 6x6 vs 6x7 Edition

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

Posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you shoot 120 for that 'unique perspective'.

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>>3225440
>a wide angle is all that you need shooting rf
Unless—and I realize this is a crazy unlikely hypothetical—someone doesn’t shoot the exact same things you do in exactly the way you shoot.
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Is it just me or has the Fuji 670 rangefinders (besides the GF670) gone up in price a bunch in the last 6 months? And they also seem to be a lot rarer too, there's barely any on yahoo auctions or ebay compared to Fuji's 690 or 645 rangefinders.

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>>3225442
heh
before getting all smart ass about it
try getting precise focus on the eyes on a tele while using a film rf, then compare it to using a slr mf coupled with a wlf

ever wondered why there isn't many teles available even for leica m
and ofc practically none zoom lenses
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>>3225422
>I wonder what my 1989 Fujichrome 400 would look like, I’ve yet to send them off
it'll probably have a strong green/purple cast
I've shot quite a few >10y provia, it all looked like shit kek

btw, usually, for exp positives:
> fuji = green/purple cast
> ekta = blue/orange cast, pic related

however, if you're going to scan it and convert to b/w/, it may actually be good, since those films are sharp af (very small granules, smaller than most same speed b/w film)
pic related
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>>3225451
Hm, well I knew it'd be a gamble, but I could color correct anyway, shouldn't be too hard.

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Why aren't there more lenses that go wider than f/1.2? The technology is already there, so why don't manufacturers build a focal reducer into their lenses and rake in the bokehbucks?

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>>3225021
>it's useless and stupid
>oh but here's a specific time one was used for a certain effect
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>>3225190
Leica m mount lenses, having been designed for film, do not work very well with stock sony a7 series cameras due to the short flange focal distance and the special requirements that come with it.
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>>3225336

There were MAJOR issues with first gen a7 bodies when combined with some lenses(i.e.-a7, a7r, and a7s), but it isn't so much of a problem with the mark ii series.

But most of these problems can be solved with filters or post processing.

>https://phillipreeve.net/blog/rangefinder-wide-angle-lenses-on-a7-cameras-problems-and-solutions/
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>>3225203
>without lots of practice

Takes like 5 minutes practice.
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A focal reducer just changes the image size, it doesn't magically make the aperture larger. An 85/1.2 is going to have the same bokeh characteristics whether you shoot it natively on full frame or on a focal reducer with crop factor. It's the same image, it's just not cropped.

To get faster than that, you would need a very fast lens with a large coverage, and then reduce the image to make it even faster. I don't believe this lens actually exists. MF lens don't go faster than 1.9 or so, and large format lenses are very slow. There's a maximum size you can make the aperture and still have the lens be usable, and this seems to hold pretty constant between formats.

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>>3224798
I read somewhere that Elliott Erwitt sometimes barked at the dog so he could take his picture.
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>>3224972
Or find a nice, patient dog and shoot it on 8x10.
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>>3224826
>>3224820
Same for small children.
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>>3224798
shoot then when they're asleep or resting.
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If im at the end of a roll i'll usually take some pics of my cat. I usually just wait till he's asleep or relaxing. If its your animal calling their name to get them to look at you.

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Potato edition

Last one: >>3222961

Read the sticky first!
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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X100 should I get it as my second camera?
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>>3225354
Peak Design Everyday Backpack, Lowepro Flipside AW 400/450/500 etc...
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>>3225344
mm is focal distance range that lenses have. You're buying variable focal length lenses, meaning you're getting all the mm from 14 to 45 in one lens. The difference between these two in laymans terms, means that 55mm will give you slightly more zoom, while 14mm will give you slightly wider perspective.

The build quality can mean a lot, but if you see people saying that they're similar, they usually are.
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>>3225224
>>3225227
>>3225234
You should stop, you're going to get his dick caught in a ceiling fan if you go any further.
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>>3225192
Either in my bag, or handheld with a wrist strap, it's really not that heavy.

I just got this Helios 44-2 and it's a lot of fun to play with. I also got a Soligor but its a bit too soft and low contrast for my taste. Still not so sure about Zeiss Jena. What good sharp old lenses would you recommend?
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>>3222769
Vintage wides are uncommon. Not sure if the canon fd 24mm f2.8 is vintage (from 1992) but it's a nice and sharp wide angle that I made work with my 550D. You can get it for around 60 - 100 bucks on ebay.
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>>3222769
Uh,my bad the FD is from the 70s and EF version from '92. I got mixed up.
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I recently inherited a Nikon FTN SLR with a Micro-NIKKOR-P Auto 1:3.5 55mm (non ai) and an M2 extension tube. Apparently it was a great macro lens back in the day and the M2 lets the lens hit 1:1 magnification.

I've been wanting a macro lens pretty badly before this was given to me. Any way I can mount this on my d750 without modifying the lens? I've read that the M2 can be safely mounted but I'm honestly nervous about it. Do they make non-ai to ai adapters?
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Its well mixed. i got a few helios, zebras are mostly shit ass dull, or sharp as fuck.
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Is it possible to use this on a sony?

nikkor 20mm f2.8

I think it looks great and small size, plus its available close to here.

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>favours
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>>3225412
Yeah I bailed. If it was in the city, maybe. But fuck traveling.
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>>3225392
>buy her a beer

Then you find out she didn't like the brand and accuses you of taking advantage of her.

Either shoot for free or don't. Don't try to be nice and do anything extra like buy her beer.

And another thing, never drink with American roasties if you don't want to potentially be accused of rape.
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>>3225395
>FX makeup artist
>>3225396
>you won't be doing this job with your 10mm lens, I'm sorry.

10mm would potentially be a pretty cool focal length for weird FX makeup. Depends on how special the FX is.
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I don't think this is the case, but sadly, that is how new businesses start: don't buy what you can rent, don't rent what you can borrow, and don't borrow what you can get for free. And photographers get the worst.
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>>3225418
>roasties
>fears rape accusations

do not worry anon, i doubt you'll ever be at risk

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>>3220425
Because it's possible, if not likely, that this doesn't scale as well as you think it does. Would you give up 75% of dem pixels just to get 1/3 stop of noise back?
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>>3225215
>Even worse, if the fungus is still living, it could infest your other lenses

This is a big time wive’s tale isn’t it? My understanding is the spores and whatnot are all over the place anyway, you’re only at risk by putting your gear in dark places with stagnant air. If there’s actually a case for special risk of one lens ‘infecting’ another I’d be glad to hear it
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>>3225215
>>3225243

Zeiss did some research and found that to be false.

All of your lenses already have fungus in them. It is unavoidable.

You have to keep them out of environments that allow the fungus to grow.

It just seems like what he said is true, because if one of your lenses sprouts fungus, the rest will soon follow. Not because of cross infection, but because they are ALL being stored improperly.
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>>3225243
>>3225320
>fungus doesn't spread
Good to know. Nevermind, then.
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>>3225320
So combining
1. lenses with small fungus growth
and/or
2. lenses cleaned from fungus
with
3. lenses without fungus

inside the same drybox is fine?

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Would one of these work on an SLR with an adapter?

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>>3225398
RIP my dreams of a cheap all metal prime.
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>>3225384
Those have a focal length ranging from 52mm to 55mm. If the focal flange distance (FFD) is less than that, you could DIY up something and still have infinity. There won't be an adapter without a correction lens for these. You may need to remove the back end off and epoxy a ring mount on it. Not something I recommend doing if you don't DIY things very much. I'd do it in a heart beat if the distances are within range of my camera's FFD. You can basically remove anything on the back all the way to the first lens so long as doing so doesn't screw up the mechanisms for the aperture/focus movement. You'd need calipers to measure the depth and distances. Meaning you need it in your hands to see if you could do it or not.
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>>3225407
get a helios, or a jupiter or like any m42 lens, they're mostly metal and you can fit them on canon and pentax bodies no problem, i'm not sure about nikon tho
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>>3225428

The Jupiters won't have the issue of the infinity being off because of the flange?
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>>3225430
How would anyone here know if you don't tell us what camera it is so we can know the FFD?

who doesn't know shit-all about photography, how do you achieve something like this
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>>3225365
Faceswap app on playstore(android) or appstore(ios)
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>>3225304
>Pretty model

How can you tell? She basically has so much makeup on her face that it looks like a Geisha, but with skin tone makeup instead of white.
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>>3225393
>Nik collection

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>>3225290
You could probably achieve this with portrait mode on a modern phone., the DoF looks somewhat artificial to me, but I could be wrong. Other than that >>3225304 /thread.
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>>3225290
Take photo
Get it printed
Put in pants pocket for a week

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Vol. Whatever I Can't Remember

New stuff, comments always welcome
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>>3225207
One photo thread dies for another one to be made, I thought you were familiar with this place.
>>3225212
>Post photos as often as possible means make a new thread just for your 10 photos when there are multiple other photo sharing threads
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>>3225220
More than likely a shitty gear thread or terry thread gets killed

When every thread on /p/ is a photo thread your complaint is valid
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>>3225220
>Post photos as often as possible means make a new thread just for your 10 photos when there are multiple other photo sharing threads
Correct. This is what it means.
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>>3225149
>>3225187
>>3225218
Thanks guys. I should have a few more shots to post in here later this week. I hope I can deliver plenty of good stuff for you guys this year

>>3225150
>>3225184
And et. al, can y’all take this somewhere else, this is for photos and comments, thx
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I like your editing. It's clean.

>>3225094
>>3225102
>>3225104
I would keep these and discard the rest.

You should take some more pictures and make a series out if it.

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Recent Photo Thread.
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>>3218902
>>3208988

Offer tips or suggestions.

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>>3225367
>>3225368
>>3225369

Some of my favorites from the past month.
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>>3225370
Not a fan of the warm look, but the shot itself is very nice.

>>3225264
The color range is amazing, but I wish there were a bit less tree, and a bit more sky.

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That one weekend of snow in the Netherlands a few weeks ago

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Happy freakin new year's edition
>STICKY - https://pastebin.com/vbJV0Wia

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 FUCKING STICKY
>NO ONE CARES WHAT AN EXPERT YOU THINK YOU ARE. IF YOU’RE ASKING BASIC-AS-SHIT QUESTIONS, YOU CAN’T BE ALL THAT GREAT. SEE ABOVE

>if you just want the 'best' camera available on a “budget”, buy a Blackmagic pocket cinema camera

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>>3213674

So I poked through the sticky, and it seems like it is aimed more at people using video cameras for film making.

I am interested in one for just general family films. I have a baby on the way, and would like to record videos for my spouse (who will be spending a lot of time working).

We were wondering if a small consumer camcorder is really worth it. We already have an a7ii, and it takes some pretty nice video, but the compact size of those camcorders would be pretty nice.

Are camcorders like the FDR-AX100 any good? Or would we better off with our mirrorless?
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>>3225332
So this thread is aimed more at helping people do videography and cinematography than with casual home movies.
There are few people in this thread who can really answer your questions. The sony a7ii is very competent at doing video though and, used properly, will get a great image.
In terms of a good camcorder, google sony's latest offerings, canon's latest, panasonic's latest and maybe olympus' latest. Then check youtube for demos/reviews of whichever one appeals to you.
Camcorders these days are all quite good. They all use smaller sensors than DSLRs and mirrorless', but still perform great. It depends on how much you're willing to spend

If you just want something "safe", get a canon legria
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>>3225306
Under exposed, high f number. No.
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>>3225306
Colors look great. What'd you shoot on?
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>>3216759
You need a second guy to hold a boom, and if you can, get lavs on your subjects. Regardless you really can't do audio on your own for documentary. Or anything for that matter.

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roll
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>>3216369
Roll, son
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roll
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Roll
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>>3216369
I'm going to Paulista av. today, and soon to the downtown to get my films dev

so, perfect time to ROOL

Why don't people who post on /p/ these days have any style anymore?
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>>3225029
卐 ϟϟ heil grammar nazi ϟϟ 卐
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>>3225027
Cancerous idea
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>>3225029
Technically I'm both, since I'm using both a name and a tripcode.
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isi has style
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>>3224981
Reddit is much less concerned with the identity of the photographer, on the photography subs. Don't delude yourself wanker.



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