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Hey guys,
Can anyone tell me what sort of ringlight is that?
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Looks like an ABR800, but who knows (or even cares?).
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>>3322985
hey guy can you tell me what the fuck is up with those battery charges
why does every single phone screenshot I see have their battery charge at >10%, like roughly 95% of them all
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>>3322985
Why not just leave a comment or send the photog a direct message?
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>>3323037
Dont you mean < not >?
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>>3322985
Is this like a serious thing photographers use or is this guy being silly with that massive thing on his camera

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you have 8 minutes to name 1 camera
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>>3320018
What camera is it? Is it fat? Is it thin?
Bulky and edgy?
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>>3321810
Ban evasion.

Saged.
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>>3320021
this
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>>3320021
this.
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How do you come up with a photography project? I'm going to be leaving to travel the world indefinitely in October but want to have a plan going in. I feel like doing a Humans of New York type thing would be derivative as fuck.
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>>3323094
>Travelling all over the world
>Wasting your time, energy and effort on particular things instead of investing in an idea or philosophy
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>>3323183
What is that supposed to mean
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>>3323184
If you are going to travel the world you're going to spent much time, effort money etc. so you rather should focus (if you want to invest in a photography project in a wise manner) on philosophical questions such as "What is the relation of the people to his environment?" or "How do cultures differ from x other culture?" or "Are relationships between men and woman, parents and children valued differently in x culture?" instead of photographing particular objects.

There's countless possibilities to turn a travel around the world in an enormously good photographic project which adds (or could add) a piece to our society.
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>>3323185

Isn't that what the original dude you replied to tried to say?

Particular objects, such as taxis their drivers could be a good theme. Even though the theme itself seems to be just an object, with some photo skills you can frame and express the object differently, preferably matching the culture of each area. Or not, if you want to show the mundane taxis as something permanent across cultures.

A certain object as a starting point for a theme is simple and gives you something to work with. You don't have to spend a ton of time chasing it either, you can just focus on all kinds of other subjects and whenever a taxi happens to pass you get a photo of that. It's not very time-consuming to focus on something mundane, so you can capture multiple themes during the same trip.
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Regardless of what you choose to do, spend the first day taking pictures of whatever captures your attention to get the touristy snapshitter out of you so you can focus in on a specific theme/getting quality photographs. Get a feel of the place you’re photographing and get comfortable before locking in, otherwise you’ll be taking snapshits the whole time.

last one died to soon

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>>3323090
Get off my lawn
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>>3323111
trips of truth...

I got a skateboard pic on my insta. instagram.com/electricsheepfoto

This picture is very good.
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Always want to shoot skate stuff but I’ve fallen off and don’t really get the opportunity now, maybe I’ll try and find a way.

Your shit looks like a screengrab from a video OP, no context. Need to see landing and obstacle, looks from my phone like he’s just kickflipping off a curb though so I mean good job making extremely boring shit slightly less boring I guess
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>>3323090
this photo sucks ass

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I got a couple rolls developed from a trip to LA. Prepare for some comfy summer vibes.

Olympus 35RC + Kodak Colorplus 200

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Late to the game with the fireworks pic

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>>3321158
I really like this one.
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What a comfy place you live anon. Your photos are really going with your town vibe.

this one is my fav from all yours >>3321330 very nice
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>>3322911
Thanks anon
>>3322949
I like that one a lot too. The city actually paid me a commission to use it for a visitor’s gallery.
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>>3322736
I really enjoy this picture, good stuff.

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Anybody have any experience submitting photography pieces to galleries? Is it worth it? Do you make any worthwhile amount of money from it? Any tips to someone thinking about trying to get their work into a gallery?
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Preferably something that I can print 16"x20" or something. I know this isn't /r/equests, so I'm sorry if I come across too pushy
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>>3322210
>gallery
Be aware that galleries will charge at least 30-50% commission. Also photographic prints in 2008+10 are instagram tier shit in an expensive frame.

A shitty acrylic painting on board has some worth (like OP image). Rich men (or their spouse) will pay for "something" without knowing what it actually is. Poor intellectuals will just bitch and whine.

A poor begger that can actually play a musical instrument will make much more money than a programmer on soundcloud. Don't get me wrong photography is 100% valid but getting someone to put their hand in their pocket is another thing. ;^)
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>>3322680
For framing you could ask around and find out who is trusted in the area. Michael's and Hobby Lobby are your big box choices. I would avoid Michael's and use Hobby Lobby. Their employees tend to stay longer which means they are better at it. Also while they use the same framing materials (honestly even the high end places will use the same stuff though a bit differently) they use different frames. Generally the ones Hobby Lobby sells are of a higher quality.

I worked in framing for seven years so I do my own. Something common among photographers is to buy some frames and reuse them. You would want to take workshop or read up thoroughly on framing if you go that route. Dry-mounting will come up as a topic. Since it is your own work I would recommend mounting it. Plenty of people will argue heatedly about if you should or should not. I mount all of my work aluminum.

If for whatever reason you are really determined to use an online service Frame Bridge does a good job.
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>>3322715
Any of the mid tier or better epson or canon photo printers will do go a good, if you know what you are doing. Generally the bigger the ink cartridge the more cost efficient it is. The pixma 9000 or whatever they are called are bit of a scam because the ink cartridges are tiny. Epson p800 is a great starter.

A lot of larger towns will have places where you can pay to use their printer. That is a good option for if you want use a paper that is harder to find with print on demand places. Again though, you will need to know what you are doing. Most print on demand places will print on Epson Premium Luster. This is a solid standard paper that handles everything at least okay. If you want something that is more of an object look at a platine or baryta paper. I am not a fan of matte papers for most work. General Graphics Alameda is a great printer to work with. I would avoid Bay Photo. People tell me that they have gotten better but I had an experience with them that was poor enough that I am still somewhat sore about it 11 years later.

Laminating work is frowned upon but if you really want to I would get a heat drymount press and do it that way. Drytac makes some pretty solid laminates. You can also spray or pour varnish some inkjet papers. Do a test first though, some will run quite badly when varnished. Varnishing some types of darkroom prints is actually encouraged though it has fallen out of style. Something that is becoming more accepted is to mount plexi to the front of the image but this is fussy enough I would pay someone else to do it.
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>>3322742

Thank you, bro

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>sony a5100 + tele lens 55-210mm + 16-50mm lens
should i buy it?
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>>3321349
>do you never leave /p/?
not to go to /ck/ and /fit/
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i have already bought the body and kit lens, new
what tele lens do you recommend me to buy?
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>>3322961
18-105mm f4. Nothing else is worth buying really.
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>>3322968
i want something with bigger focal length because i want to take photos of skittish animals like lizards
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>>3317466
>especially for beginners

Yes, handicap beginners from the beginning. You can make more shekels that way.

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rate this photo 1-10 and if you can pls repost it captioned pls
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>>3323040
>rate this photo 1-10
>-10 out of photo
>It's not a photo
A what camera should I buy thread died for this.

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Am I correct in remembering that this is a picture from someone on /p/?

If it's not stolen,then congrats

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>>3322986
>I recognize that bulge
So Marcin Ryczek is lurking /p/?

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>>3322991
doubt that
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>>3322992
>>3322990
Damn, you were faster.

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>>3322995
I really really like this photo
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>>3322996
Thanks, Lori.

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been a while, in between travelling for work and other such things, i finally had some time to shoot a bunch of stuff.

Would really appreciate any feedback, tried not to overdue the saturation this time. I put a lot of emphasis on even tones and just letting outside lights (street lamps, cars) light the scene for me.

Anyways, feel free to post your own night/long expo stuff, if the other astro-photography thread thats up is getting full

>p.s, i do have a RAW to every picture posted here, if anyone would like it to edit and play with

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>>3322780
thanks man! really appreciate it

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>>3322783
>>3322785
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>>3322786

these are all sleek as hell, great blue tone on them, with tight leading lines, this one is especially my fave >>3322783 fucking love that one

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So I want to start selling my photos online. What is the best option? I have looked into smugmug, 500px and a few others. There is also shopify. Or should I just go the etsy route and do my printing and framing myself. I don't enjoy doing that and would prefer a one stop online place. Any adivce?

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Improved OP's blood bagel here

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>>3321552
Here
>>3322206
Looking to see if anyone had tried any of these other ways
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>>3322245
>>3322246
Yes it does.

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>>3322624
why would i want a print of that OP, convince me and I might buy some of your photos
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>>3321358
Why would anyone buy any of these
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>>3321358
>What is the best option?
None of them are particularly good or bad since selling prints is extremely marginal in photography in general

I'd always suggest finding a local place and doing it yourself because then you're at least learning something while making no money. Etsy is the most common generic route

That said, if these photos are examples of what you're selling then I'd wait until you actually know what you're doing. Learning to sell prints is fine but all you're going to learn here is that prints don't sell at the best of times and your "genre" isn't remotely in demand

I'm also not sure why you mention not using photoshop when you're this new. The few times people ask to buy prints from me is for a handful of specific genres and all of them are heavily photoshop dependent. Selling untouched prints is a naive dream at best and at your level is simply retarded

oldfag here. have been using the Canon 6D for years now. Is there any reason to change to a new body?
All I use is the Sigma Art 35mm and 85mm.
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>>3322657

Maybe an unprocessed pic would spoil the magic. That’s typically the case with glamour/fashion/portrait photography.
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I remember beethy from like 6 years ago. Shit. Why do I even look at 4chan anymore?
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>>3322737
I have been here for 8 years lmao (on /g/)
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>>3322837
>>3322737
I've been here since 2004. What the fuck am I doing with my life haha
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I've only been on /p/ since 2008 or something though. Fuck that's still 10 years. Jesus

Hello people

Ive been shooting 35mm point and shoots for 4 years now. For the past 2 ive been shooting with a Yashica T4.

My problem is that all too often the focus is out, and as its auto focus only, theres not much I can do about this.

Ive considered that the camera may be faulty but im not sure. Do you think its faulty or its just typical of a point and shoot camera?


Also if you have any good recommendations for a camera thats like a point and shoot but with a little more focus control.

Cheers guys
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>>3322611
>XA2 doesn't have any autofocus, you choose between three focus lengths (close, medium, far)
I know, that's why I suggested it, since it complies with OP's request for a little more control over focusing compared to a bad AF system; it's not manual focus, and it's not autofocus: it's a good middle ground that everybody seems to love to the point the price skyrocketed.
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>>3322609
I suppose. I found using the close focus a complete crapshoot and not worth using. The middle focus is good for close distances of ~1-3m. I kept mine nearly locked into the far distance setting. Found it got anything from 3m-infinity in focus most of the time using 400iso film.

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bump for more camera recommendations pls
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>>3322826
Stop bumping and go to the /gear/ thread you nigger.
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>>3322827
I guess /fgt/ is more likely the place for him.

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Please rate out of 10, one of my first photos after I got a new phone
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Very nostalgic, nice one
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>>3319953
this is soooooooo EPIC WIN FOR THE WIN! take more exactly like this!
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>>3322310
>>3322352
>>3322444
thanks for bumping cancer, cancer
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>>3319953

I really like this OP! Like it's rather unique and it gives a new perspective at looking at things. The colors nicely balance out and don't let anyone tell you that you can't get great photos from your phone. I am an active member on B&H community and I tell all these idiots that you don't need an expensive camera to take amazing pictures as I have been taking such photos for years and can say I'm rather amazing at them. There's this YT dude that talks funny and he only shoots with his iphone and carries a tripod around always cos it's about perspective.

Like look at your unique angle. This tells me what a child sees right before he falls and it brings a lot of nostalgia to me but also think of if this way: it's nontheless beautiful because for a split second the child's eyes see a perfectly balanced composition and that is something rather existentially serene.

I've been taking pics from my phone since the first iPhone 4 came out and never looked at a DSLR or stupid mirrorless. Also instagram has this editing tool that lets you change couple of things which is really great cos you don't need to import it to a computer or anything. But I do suggest you check some cool youtube photographers like Tony & Chelsea who are pretty good even though they use dslrs. I used to like FroKnowsPhoto but after a couple of e-mails I sent him he never replied even though I did see he opened them through Steaker.
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>>3322825
Thanks for bumping cancer, cancer



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