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Just a pic i took of my cats on a bed.

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>>3275071
You should've posted this on the inside of your garbage can.
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Amazing shot <3 <3 <3
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>>3275071

You're cats look nice. Pretty much everything else about this photo is crap.
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>>3275071
great shot! please don't stop, I can see you have a lot of potential...
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>>3275071
Keep being yourself :)

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Just a casual ass flower on a casual ass day with some casual ass colors.
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>>3275644
Looks ass
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>>3275644
Another casual ass shitpost thread with one shitty pictures and a stupid vague caption intended to shit up the board while the mods watch hentai
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>>3275644
very casual vibe
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>>3275644
>no exif
You didn't take that picture anon

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>got photography degree because hobby is my life
>Spend hours on end editing to make a shot perfect
>Try to find work
>Nothing but photo sales scams for $12 and flakey real estate jobs

Outside the occasional bone I get from someone looking at my insta or a cheap wedding shoot, I can barely find steady work. Anyone else experienced this in working in photography?

How do you reach the full time level with sufficient booking without just spamming out low quality unedited shit to ignorant consumers?
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>Spends time making shots perfect
>Unedited automatically = low quality
well lad, sounds like you need to git gud.
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>>3275414
>>got photography degree
That was your first mistake, total waste of time. Clients do not care if you have a degree of a certificate or a membership to whatever. All they care about is what your previous work looks like and what your price is.

I'm a wedding photographer and it's taken me three years to get to the point where it pays my way and I've got some extra to invest in the business.

What I see if all the beginners asking X amount for a wedding. They have no work, so they get no bookings. They drop their price and water down the lower end of the market and so does everyone else. That's called the race to the bottom.

Even once they have a couple of weddings on their portfolio they expect instant results. This is not the case. You need to work at it, offer the client a good deal but don't whore yourself out.

You'll get a good white middle class couple book you. Look after them, get work of mouth and thank them when it happens. Up the price a bit to price out the gypsies, niggers, Irish and general lower class types. You do not want them as your client. Continue to market yourself to the affluent white middle classes and watch your business grow. It takes time and business sense, which few people have.
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>>3275414
>got photography degree
>Try to find work
90% of the value of a photography degree, apart from guiding you and committing your to improve through mandatory practice for assignments, is the connections and internships that you get.

If you didn't network with the right people, din;t attend those shitty events, and didn't get an internship/secondment/insight week/whatever, you wasted most of the employability potential of your degree.
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30 year pro here with billboards and ads all over the 4th largest city in U.S:
Work like a motherfucker. It's the only way. Shoot any and every job that pays. Under promise and over-deliver, on EVERY job. Treat every customer like they are paying a million dollars. Act like you know what you are doing. Take command with group shots. Strain your creativity until your head hurts. Never work for free. Most of all, do whatever it takes to keep it interesting for yourself, or you will kill your career AND your favorite hobby.
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>>3275861
Yes, but you would not.

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>The effort to reload the film would be enough to make 90% of all circulating photographers disappear

Discuss.

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>>3275465
Anon, questo negozio in che città si trova?
However, like >>3275500 and >>3275526 said, it's the cost probably. Almost no teens in the past had wasted tons of film taking snapshits of food, nails and selfies
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>>3275528
>Anon, questo negozio in che città si trova?
In a city near Venice.
I don't like the guy: I went there to know if he could replicate on the spot some photos I already had printed, but he asked me 2,50 €/photo because "scanning them would take him a lot of time", otherwise having them printed out of the negatives would cost me 0,50 €/photo, while to buy two rolls of ColorPlus 200/36 plus having them developed in the first place (from another guy) costed me 30€, and if you do the math it's less than 0,50 €/photo, rolls included
(but that took time because he partners with a company that develops film in bulk once a week).

tl;dr the guy who made that sign is a jew
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>>3275537
italians are the worst ethnicity on the planet by far
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>>3275465
>The effort to suck my dick would make this mad old man have a heart attack and die
Discuss.
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>>3275465
The effort to make your own wet plates would be enough to make 99.99% of all circulating photographers disappear. So fucking what?

Any advice for using lens filters for night photography, whether it's at an urban or rural location?

What can you use...
What shouldn't you use...

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>>3275519
What about graduated/color filters?
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>>3275522
color filters are for b/w film
gradients don't make a lot of sense with night photography IMO
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>>3275523
I see
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>>3275390
set your white balance to florescent
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>>3275519
>1) UV filter. This is a big deal if you shoot film because film is sensitive to UV light
Funny. In theory you're right. But almost all films have a UV blocking intralayer built in the emulsion, in addition to the light sensitive layers.

Also, most UV filters are clear glass and not UV blocking at all (as in, the lens elements and coatings in the lens block more UV light than the "UV" filter).
There was an extensive test, can't remember the site, but they found most UV filters to be sham (no difference when measured on instruments and no visible result in the photos), apart from a B+W and the Hoya ones (measurable difference with instruments, no difference in photos). The only filters that actually made a difference in photos were branded as "anti-haze" and similar, and were weak yellowish filters.

>>3274705
The only reasonable ones I can think of for digital photography are *maybe* an 80A to correct white balance, and didymium ones to cut light pollution.

White balance can be set in post when shooting raw, but still it's pushing the blue channel 2 stops, so it *might* be better to correct in camera rather than having to push in post.

Didymium is self explanatory, it's a red intensifier that cuts down on amber (which what most colour pollution is).

Then lastly, depending on reflections, a polariser might be useful, or an ND for super long exposures.

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Soooooooooooooo, what was Color Implosion?

It was so good, now its gone, but what was it? Was it identified at a certain point? It had some gruesome grain, but so pleasant at the same time, and had huge latitude, so it made shit look like paintings.

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>>3275825
don't know but your description sounds like Konica
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>>3275827
very good. i can see it being super expired konica.
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>adox color implosion
>look like paintings
yes, quite, indeed
i suppose anything has vomit colours is praised as "painting-like" and "cinematic" by hipster kids nowadays
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>>3275834
Any more grain in that, and it might as well go full pointillism. That is terrible digital noise looks good compared to that.
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>>3275825
lmao turns out its just microwaved superia

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Anybody on /p/ doing anything diy related?

Making an 8x10 Pinhole Camera
Using paper negatives as film
May post results later on or other thread if this 404

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>>3274021
I spent a while looking at those, but it was hard/impossible to find any that were cheap and would work for medium format folders

should work fine for 35mm etc., though
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Are you still here, De Oude Delft guy? Did your shit work out?
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>>3254502
I've return and starting to try out macro shots

These are actually pretty easy and fun to do

Exposures are much shorter (6-12mins)
Same rules as before, MUST be in direct light

Imma do another one with a fake flower I made to add the DIY thread.

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>>3275610
Holy hell we've reach the max?

Welp that's fine, I had such a wonderful time with you anons.
Showing off your creations and making this thread a shit load of fun.

I hope to make another DIY thread about this or maybe not and just post the work on instagram

Overall, thank you all for watching me make this camera from scratch and watching my failures and successes.

You've actually inspired me to push forward.
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We can't post more images ITT. The limit has been reached. That isn't stopping me from continued /p/-related DIY though.

New thread: >>3275873
New thread: >>3275873
New thread: >>3275873

>>3275610
>>3275611
The DOF for pinholes is nearly 0 to infinity. you can get extremely close to something if there's enough light (camera body can block to much light in some situations). You are not restricted, like standard macro photography, where the focal length is adjusted to be longer and thus requiring exponential increases in light/exposure times.

I'd certainly like to see more stuff done with that 8x10 pinhole camera. You should plan a trip. Check the weather for a sunny day and all that. Some high point landscape photos would also be cool.

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>>3275336
The problem with that argument is:
1) there is "no reason" for anyone to own most things people might enjoy. Nobody "needs" a luxurious or fast car. Nobody "needs" a high-end mountain bike, designer clothes, espensive perfume, gourmet food, fancy TV or stereo, or just about anything else out there.
2) banning "assault weapons" doesn't do any good anyway. We know because we tried it with the Clinton era ban from '94 to '04. There was no change in the rate of mass shootings, or any other crime. The ban didn't stop perhaps the most infamous of school shootings: Columbine. Heck, even the extremely strict laws of Norway did nothing to prevent the deadliest mass shooting of youth of all time at the hands of Neils Brevik.

How would my fellow photographers feel if people tried to take away our cameras, computers, and smartphones because some miniscule fraction of them are used by scumbags to make and share kiddie porn?
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>>3275171
I fucking hate anti gunners
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lol the pseuds are out in full force
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>>3275171
I never get blood on my hands when using my .45.
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>>3275497
>because some miniscule fraction of them
So you're saying that the vast majority of guns in the US are used for hunting and competitive shooting, and only "some minuscule faction" are used to shoot people?

Holy shit famalam.

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>>3273035
ok 1 more

i didnt post this because the rest were color
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Nice images imo. Just shoot more to refine and try to refine your style
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>>3268272
>>3268274
>>3268282
>>3268283
>>3268285
>>3268289
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>>3268292
>>3268300
>>3274877

love it
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Go check your doctor, you're showing some serious bipolar.
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>>3274877
beautiful

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90mm on FF is the same as 60mm on APSC (1.5x) is the same as 225mm on 6x9 is the same as 310mm on 4x5

Effective depth-of-field is the only thing that changes if the aperture is kept constant with all sensor sizes.

It's basic physics.

Why the fuck are there people saying 60mm on APSC is not the same as 90mm on FF (or a variant like 24mm on APSC is not the same as 35mm [hurrdurr 36mm] on FF etc), please educate yourself (if you don't already know) and those around you that this is how focal-lengths work. You can crop (centred-frame crop) to achieve an effectively higher focal-length.

Thank you.

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>>3275554
larger formats have the larger format look
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>>3275701
kek'd harder than my dick when i see op's mom
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>>3275698
Thanks mate, what you say seem to make sense. Puts my mind at a little more ease.
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>>3275564
I thought you were talking about lens equivalencies, not rendering properties of different sensor sizes. Since this is just another thread for retards to argue over sensor sizes, I'll just hide it.
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>>3275757
thats exactly what im talking about

Portrait of a beautiful brunette. Feedback is welcome :)
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>>3273851
Better, you captured the pink girl in a good moment, but the shot is ruined by the idle figures standing around and looking ugly.
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depressing watching some random guy abuse the toll shtick to mask his utter lack of skill & talent >>3273851
bonus advice: don't quit the day job, camarade
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>That watermark
Top cringe m8
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>>3274331
Try to find a job Boris
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Am i a God ? I don't know.
Here i post one of the best photo ever posted on 4 chan. I called this photo : The blue aeroplane on a yellow mountain .

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tl;dr please critique.

I was interested in photography a while back; recently a new friend asked me to come to her mom's company promotion session and take some "backstage" photos. I've managed to execute few my ideas while main photographer was working with other models or used same poses from different perspective. I want to learn what you, wiser friends, think about those, please critique!

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>>3274637
It’s a dark subject perched on a lighter, larger one that’s messing with your colour contrasts and all the distracting elements just blow the frame...number plate is a really jarring element.
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>>3274637
I found it pretty odd too. Everything about it looks out of place. The car does not belong there and the woman does not belong on the car. Colors don't go to well together, maybe it'd work slightly better in BW, but idk.

The rest I really liked as shots. I don't process my shots myself (not because I don't have to, but because I barely have time to improve my shooting), so I haven't really thought too hard about how to think around that stuff... But, there is something about how unnatural (perhaps for this day and age) these white dresses look. You don't see women in those every day, so it kind of clashes a bit with the very hard realistic look.
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>>3274654
I thought about number plate, but idk how to deal with it really. Also, I'm not sure how I could have played it better with the colours. I personally liked this photo nevertheless.

>>3274658
Thanks for the feedback. I tried to make them look soft; I think it worked best with >>3274612
, but I was afraid of making it too blurry and losing all the details.
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>>3274608
grats on keeping a Maxxum 5D working in 2018
also nice to see that CCD colour
photos all look pretty decent
post more
>>3274614
>>3274610
>>3274609
any shots of her feet would be appreciated
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>>3275542
sad

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Is it me or is photography only for rich people?
Why the hell is there no information on what decent 15 year old DSLR I can buy for cheap? People have been making quality films with fantastic images for a long time, so surely some of the best cameras would have gone down in price as technology gets better?

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>>3274681
Fucking whitebalance
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>>3266905
Used Pentax K-10D with kit lens. You are welcome.
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>>3266953

This. I bought a well-used (re: former newspaper camera) Nikon D200 for $40 once, no lens at a charity sale. I ended up using a 28-80mm zoom from an N75 that I picked up (43-120mm equivalent on APS). So, for $50 I got something usable. Perhaps you'll happen upon something similar.
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>>3275121
Or k-x. It has a very great sensor, and the kit lens is much better than the Canon kit lenses. And you can get it for like 120-160 bucks
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>>3266905
From the research I've done, I decided on getting a 10-year old Canon for $200; it's not bad, but my current lack of skill cannot bring the camera to its full potential.

At least the lens and filters are all under $100 for a 58mm lens.

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What's the most accurate description?
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>>3275445
-Hotter
-Brighter
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>>3274569
fast and slow makes perfect sense for photography. if you wanna be technical then "lens" is also inaccurate (should be "objective" as it is composed of multiple lens elements)
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>>3275450
It's a compound lens, made of multiple simple lenses.
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>>3274569
You must be an american, south one or north? Or should we say united statian, then we could confuse you with mexicans. If you're a cool guy or a hot girl then you need to go to the hospital because your temperature is off.

Misnomers are okay. Language is not for accurate description.
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>>3275444
>Okay, you've piqued my curiosity. Please explain to me how blocking a portion of the light with an aperture diaphragm magically increases or decreases the speed of light.
the speed of light changes based on the medium it is travelling thru. by changing the aperture, some light is being redirected or blocked from traveling thru parts of the lens elements and air gaps.

I guess the main point I am trying to make is, the speed of light is not a universal constant; it does in fact change based on what it is traveling through, as well as gravitational influences

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I've been hiking since last summer and love to take pictures of some of the grand sights I see but they never seem to inspire the same feeling as actually being there. Is there any dos/don'ts when taking this type of picture? Don't necessarily grade my picture I'm not trying to be a pro or anything just like why is it that no matter what picture I take the sense of scale is never there?

In person this view was breathtaking and made me sit to admire it for a while. In picture format it just looks like some gay ass trees.
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>>3275588

you might just be a braintlet.
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>>3275588

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>>3275549
because nature is something we want to go to rather than just see in photos.
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>>3275599
That's pretty redundant because everybody can go see a sunset, a city skyline, or your naked sister, just to name a few.
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>>3275549
Well, problem with nature is that it is essentially a random pile of stuff. When there, our brain builds a model of the place and ignores much of the less than perfectly placed elements.

Finding detail is easy, but composing a good picture of the whole view is quite difficult.

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