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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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• 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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5dmkIV Fail, GH5 Shenanigans, Sigma Cinema Lenses, and Cooke interchangeable mounts gogo

Last thread was kill.

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>>2937501
I probably should have mentioned, it's just one day, it's some type of event (a formal/awards-evening I think)
But hopefully this will lead to more opportunities

And I worry about charging post in hours because the employer will be reluctant to have me spend too much time on it for cost reasons, but I'll want to spend as long as needed to provide due quality
So I was thinking just a flat rate of like an extra £50 per minute of video I produce?
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>>2937509
even when charging post production in hours you can still put an estimate in your offer and then decide afterwards how much higher or lower you want to go, depending on how much work it actually turns out to be
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>>2932449

What are some decent gimbals for mirrorless cameras that are under $800?
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How much should I spend for a monopod?
Is $160 a good price for a fluid head, 3-leg monopod?
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>>2937550

Get the parts seperately. There's a monopod foot with Fluid panning for roughly 25-30 bucks from China. Get a monopod for 40-50 bucks. Get a normal Fluid videohead for 40-70.
Voila.

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This is the Film General Thread, aka FGT.
This is the thread where you can post your film snapshits without flushing them down the Recent Photo Toilet.
>just posting in the FGT doesn't make you gay, unless you shoot in-date pro films that have been cold stored
It is ok to ask about film gear in this thread.

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Got a Bessa R2 as a gift for myself for getting a new job. Now I just need a 35mm lens for it, probs the CV 35mm f2.5 II. Holy crap the finder is awesome after shooting only point & shoots for months.

I need to pick up glue of some sort from a craft store, the rubber is coming off a bit.
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>>2937356
It won't be looking back on that photo in 20+ years. Then it will be nostalgic to a bunch of hipsters shooting with original mirrorless cameras.
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What's better to scan film? 45mm (90mm eqv) 2.8 macro lens or a Canon scanner?
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>>2937564
>hipsters shooting original mirror less

Lol

I doubt they would though because digshital always becomes outdated every year when a new digshital camera comes out, compared to film cameras where a camera from 1950 gets better results than a digital camera from 2016
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I want to start learning to shoot film. I already have a Fujfilm X-T10 and Canon 550D

Is the Canon A1 a good starting point? I'm checking eBay and wondering what's a good price for a body and lens?

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Last one hit bump limit as usual

Anything about lenses, cameras, mounts, systems, buying, pricing, selling, etc. GOES IN HERE!

Don't open new threads for gear-related issues
No pointless (brand) arguments and dickwaving allowed! You have been warned! Just questions, answers and advice!

I repeat, ANYTHING GEAR RELATED goes in here!

And don't forget, be polite
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>>2937582
>boring
t. retarded consumer who jumps at whatever new toy comes out with the most features instead of buying dependable and practical hardware
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>>2937587
>a6000 is not better than either of those.

It is comparable at worst.

>a6300 is (though it still has a worse control layout and no pro-grade lenses aside from hueg FF ones)

At least e-mount has pro-grade lenses.
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Pic related.

Looking to get a wide angle lens for micro 4/3s. I'm between Panasonic 7-14mm Lumix G Vario and the Olympus 7-14mm Pro M.Zuiko. Any suggestions?

I'm a little concerned about the distortion on both lenses. For the olympus, will it be corrected in body? What about for the Panasonic?

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>>2937598
>At least e-mount has pro-grade lenses.
What? The 24-70 GM and 70-200 GM? The latter of which you can't even get your hands on? And what primes do you have? I have to give it to Sony, E-mount has the best selection of 50mm lenses out of any system. Everything else is shit.

Meanwhile Fuji has everything from 16-400 covered with pro zooms, and a full coverage of excellent primes.

Meanwhile, M43 has pro zooms from 7-150, the PL100-400, and the O300. The prime line up is a little spotty though.

*pro lenses defined as top quality optically and mechanically constructed lenses, often of flagship tier, with weather sealing and top-tier focusing motors

>>2937611
In body correction only works on same lens-body brands. Otherwise, you'll rely on your editing software's profile. What body do you have now? Do you care about manual focusing or size?
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>>2937584
Why would I want the A6000?

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Wrong time to visit Adelaide GR edition.
Also always expect borders and VSCO.
These shots are a little more environmental then I'm used to shooting, I'm just trying something new so bare with me.
Suggested music to listen to while in the thread.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wbx6gULYNbc

Some of these photos will be reposts of the ones in the RPT.

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>>2937344
>>2937343
>>2937341
are tenfolds better than the others you posted
>>2937143
has these nice grey shades, but the cut of car port doesnt work.

>>2936512

i get the emphasising the harsh enviroment idea, but shooting deliberately bad compos is not the way to go, i think. also, youre not challenging any established notions with that, most people think of these places as uninviting. it would be more interesting to try to highlight the little traces of beauty and organic life thats left.
>>2937341
does that, the colours are fun and inviting, which challenges the established notion of industrial areas as dull and grey..

im not trying to tell you how to do your art though. if you manage to make what youre saying youre trying work, that would be really interesting and i would love to see that.
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>>2936044
Love this one. Esp. the wetness. I can smell the lumber.
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>>2937344
Really like this. Wish the bird was more in profile, though.
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>>2936044
Very nice! 9/10
When I first saw this, it reminded me of National Geographic. I can see this in a magazine. Nice capture!
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>>2937534
>youre not challenging any established notions with that, most people think of these places as uninviting
>le art must be subversive meme
literally kill yourself my millenial artschool man

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Been a little while, mostly cause of me waiting for it to be fall already and night will appear around 7ish.

Once it snows ill have extra fun, snowscapes at night dont need as much light to light up the scene (so less time for me to stand there and freeze my dick off)

Anyways, here is some of my recent stuff, and feel free to post your night/low light shit here

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This one im not too sure about, couldnt decide weather or not to balance out the green lamp tone or attempt to blend it into the orange one next to it

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And thats all folks

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I hope there's interest here in pictures displaying the decay of urban areas. If this belongs on /out/, please feel free to say so.
I invite everyone who has relevant material to post their captures here.

The emphasis of this collection is presenting the state of the small Irish town of Arklow, and therefore I suppose it is more about quantity than quality, but there are still nice compositions among the albums.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/142360633@N04/albums
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Ormonde Ballroom, focal point of the community's social life for decades

https://www.flickr.com/photos/142360633@N04/sets/72157671193986206

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I love Urbex but I haven't taken any pictures. There are a lot of great youtube channels.
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>>2937560
could you recommend some?

Also what is the best way to get into urbex?
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>>2937565
OPie here

An interest in my locality's derelict buildings led me to develop an interest in local history, but being familiar with local history and the industries of your area will help. It is vital to explore your town from the street to determine where the abandoned spots are.

Once a building has been found through research or by just finding it, find as much information as you can on it: If a site is earmarked for development then there's likely to be security. There are very little security measures on the ones I've been in, and it's common for people to explore and vandalize, as prosecutions are rare.

Unless there are some very interesting historical artifacts which would be in danger if left behind, Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints is a good policy to follow.

Respect the buildings, their history, and their future

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Share your worst or most embarrassing experiences with street photography or photography in general. Fights, cops, dropping camera, ect.

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>>2931824
women dont like up close photgraphy, it shows their blemishes and bad skin
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No bad experiences really, just a couple of arguments here and there only one of them had an interesting-ish outcome.
>while ago decided to do some photography at night with friend
>drunk people everywhere
>average fighting in the streets sorta thing
>take pictures
>oi m8 u fucking cheeky gobshite I'm gonna fucking smash u
>yeah yeah
>delete it
>nope
>explain they're in a public place fighting
>tell them if they don't want someone to take a photo to maybe fight in private
>one of them phones police to try and get me to delete photo
>other guy still trying to argue going nowhere
>aaaahm gunna smash ur fucking cunt in etc etc
>police arrive

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>>2932108
Extension tubes? more like extension pubes
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>>2931547
Dude quite a bit of the AE-1 is plastic, you were lucky.
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Was walking around downtown (I'm from Montreal) taking pictures when guy comes up and starts talking to me about photography. Really cool guy telling me about his experience working crime scene photography back in his home country when he was like 16 years old (I think he was from Brazil or some south American country like that) He was just so cool and kind and it was a great experience learning about this guy's experiences

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It's the black moon so it's a great night for starshits. Anyone going out?

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>>2936905
>black moon

Saw a click bait article on this in my local paper. The jornalist misread other click baits.
>the moon will be black
>stargazers wil be treated to...

Bollocks, it's just a regular new moon (second one in a calender month). At least with a blue moon you can actually see the moon. Also in Europe the moon is new on 1st October.
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if the clouds fuck off

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>>2936905
I got this picture of the Andromeda galaxy October 1st 2016 guy's I did good for a newbie.

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Haven't been able to take night photos all week becouse of insane fucking cloud coverage
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First time shooting with a telescope.
This is what i got.
>>2937368
more pictures more stacking more post processing

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I recently obtained a camera from my schools photography closet which hasnt been used in quite a few years, the teacher let me keep it but i have one problem, I dont know the model. All i know is that its a nikon and loads 35mm film. please help me
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>>2937567
Looks like an fm2 or 3fm3, pretty fucking amazing cameras
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>>2937567
You got lucky. That is one of the best SLR cameras ever.
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>>2937567
I forgot to add, I think its Nikon FE.
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>>2937594
It probably is

Either way it's god tier

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Put your recent wedding photos here. Other anons critique and give constructive advice for the next big shoot.

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>>2935255
Dude's teeth are about as yellow as his bow tie.
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>>2935267
Ive done a couple Indian weddings and it is a thing for them

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>>2935359
And 1/1600 at 1.8 and ISO 800 outdoors.
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>>2935253
>>2935255
I'm only going to address these two.

>Strange comp
>46mm
>Maximum lens aperture f5.3
>f7.1
>1/200
>ISO 4000
>Weird as fuck exposure choice
>ISO 800
>1/1600
>sky blown out
>P FOR PRO MODE: Auto

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Bumping for more matrimonial feets, which are the Patrician subjects sought by elite wedding photogs.

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Stupid questions thread. Last one is on page 10.

Post questions that don't deserve its own thread.

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>>2937034
It's completely subjective. I think street shots are mostly boring but I love me some landscapes. Some people go nuts over selfies but I think they're boring.

Besides that, an interesting shot could tell a story. If you can look at a picture and infer something about the subject in it, that could make it interesting as well, especially if there's some mystery involved.
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What's the difference between AF-A, AF-S, and AF-C?
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Okay, /p/. I've learned how to adjust the ISO and shutter speed for the right situation. My only problem now is how do you know what aperture to use for the right situation?
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>>2936701
Modern dslr viewfinders won't display an aperture larger than 2.8, that might be causing your confusion.
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>>2936995
Don't let him fool you! The correct recipe is:
Close, fast shutter
Low ISO for God's sake

Do you guys use Aperture mode for your shoots?
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>>2937011
Mostly aperture priority unless the situation doesn't rely on timing where I sometimes switch to manual as well as in the case where I need to take multiple shots with the exact same settings(although AE lock helps with that, too). I usually shoot with aperture priority and manual ISO but switch to auto ISO with a range limit for easier shooting in more time constrained situations. Rarely shutter speed priority and even more rare the P mode. The rest of the modes I never touch.

Aperture priority with whole scene metering and exposure compensation is fast and takes care of most situations. I shoot mirrorless and usually have histogram visible in the EVF which aids a little.
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>>2937547
What's that? A Nigger mode? Or Nikon mode? Oh well, I guess they're the same
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>>2937040
>sport event

muh 70-200L for sports. no need for M there
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>>2937011
Yes during daylight pictures, manual for nighttime pictures

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What's /p/'s opinion on voyeur photography?
Creepy, interesting, weird? I'm big into it myself, but in a tasteful way.
pic related, from my most recent roll of film

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>>2937270
Thanks. It was a flea market.

>>2937259
I'm not sure, but I bet it takes a lot of practice and a little bit of talent. :p

>>2937498
There is already a thread for that >>2933038
Why not just continue there? Its obvious that OP had something different in mind.
>>2936762 Nice photo btw.
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>>2937531
>Its obvious that OP had something different in mind.

>I SPEAK FOR OP

Calm down, Alphon.
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>>2937324
they come out through it, ya doof
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>>2937535
OPs intent was pretty clear.

>I'm big into it myself, but in a tasteful way.
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>>2937574
what country are these refugees from?


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