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is this the result of someone who is a master at framing and worked hard back breaking labor to produce good framing
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>>3308575
Creep
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>>3305918
WOW, is this what we can expect from /p/?

Over at /v/ we are decently tolerant of other boards, but here there clearly seems to be a lot of senseless hate. EVEN THOUGH the OP is CLEARLY /p/ related, you snobs berate and insult. Shame.

I'm almost tempted to upload a picture of Shrek taking a picture of this thread.
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>>3310594
Go back
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>>3310594
/v/ is fucking retarded. I left for a reason.
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>>3305918
i'm not sure why, but i took a lot of photos in watchdogs 2 a year ago, should i dump all of them?

The blackmagic pocket cinema camera 4k is never coming out edition... (seriously, when do we get some good direct footage?)
>STICKY - https://pastebin.com/vbJV0Wia
>Helpful guide and additional books - https://pastebin.com/kG0gRmTZ

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/scripts 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.

>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 Panasonic GH5S

>if you want a camera that works for not much, buy a canon 700d second-hand
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I am looking for a camera that can serve both as a cinema camera and an ENG camera. I am a stringer for Indymedia so I want something that can be used to record press conferences, but I also want something that can be used to create short Indy films as well. Since this is more for artsy pieces not commercial pieces I want a camera that’s affordable. Since I create deep fakes to post on /pol/ for research purposes only, I have a computer that can handle big codec files and raw files. This is my just autism toy and not my work tool so I want something that works but won’t break the bank. Does such a camera exist?
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>>3312214
You're not going to get both for cheap. The nearest to what you're asking for would be an fs7 or an fs5 or something.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50_3J6Go5Ng

How do I break into the christian film industry?
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>>3312240
>step1: join parish and be charismatic
>step2: make short films celebrating your faith that are technically competent and faith-reaffirming
>step3: show your pastor and get them to play your videos in sermons
>step4: ???
>step5: get the attention of more congregations, frequently mentioning how great it'd be to spread the message to a wider audience
>step6: write a feature film script in a similar vein to your shorts
>step7: get all the congregations' pastors to shill a gofundme to raise around $30k or so
>step8: use this money to make said film
>step9: sell the film back to the patrons in the congregations
>step10: profit
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>>3312197
I have its predecessor, the XA20. It's a pretty good camera and I'd assume the 30 is even better, especially considering how much the price has fallen. It's not a cine camera by any stretch of the imagination but it's quite good for what you need it for. I mostly use mine for motorsports videos but I've shot some behind the scenes stuff and interviews for midsize movie productions and they've gone to air or to DVD extras etc.

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sup p

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nm, u?
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>>3309140
I used to. I got tired of the constant negativity so not as much any more. Also stopped taking for photos consistently to work on a huge non-photo show that is finally up.

>>3309147
yeah I wish it was cheaper for good specimens. One of the few rocks I'm interested in collecting outside of the photo projects.

>>3309163
You were right about being too dark, I've adjusted the two more yellow ones. WB is fairly accurate to the scene but I understand the impression. Sometimes you have to tone down what was actually happening.

Ink was used for the other ones. I think I may need to reshoot them using a different clear medium. What I was using maintained separation perhaps too well creating extreme monotones. Printing these is pretty much go fuck yourself. A huge amount of what was good about these is lost between the conversion from prophoto to adobergb and more is lost when printing. There's a few printers I need to touch base with about them.

>I think that if you had never brought your photos of crafted stuff into connection with your trip, you would be constantly accused of being a beginner with no skill.
harsh and untrue

>>3309709

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>>3310243
>WB is fairly accurate to the scene
Yet missing a white reference to interpret wb as plausible in these >>3309120 >>3309122.
Single colored light sources are one reason why e.g. night photography almost always fails.

>>3310243
>>I think that if you had never brought your photos of crafted stuff into connection with your trip, you would be constantly accused of being a beginner with no skill.
>harsh and untrue
Hm. No one sees your effort, some assume it and the question remains, how much is your sophistication reflected in the results. I guess recognition is a good thematic anchor and as there's little with abstract stuff it's hard to find an audience. You've already noticed that you were asked for your landscapes and your dog when you actually wanted to discuss your studio work. From the viewer side, If you're not happy with the outcome, the work to it does not matter.

I really like >>3304840 btw. where >>3305964 arouses my interest.
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>>3309163
>Here the colors look dark and dirty, the white balance feels wrong, screaming hdr and tone-mapping.

Thunderstorms or just general weather disturbances can cause some weird sky colors, with light pushed toward yellow, orange, or even red. I'm not a weather person but it tends to happen when a storm front comes in at morning or sunsetish.

>I think that if you had never brought your photos of crafted stuff into connection with your trip, you would be constantly accused of being a beginner with no skill.

If he would of posted this in the Recent Photo Thread, at worst no one would of commented on his pics.
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>>3310891
>I guess recognition is a good thematic anchor and as there's little with abstract stuff it's hard to find an audience.
The abstract honestly sells far better than mantis stuff and is far easier to get into shows. Recognition on /p/ is entirely inconsequential in regard to it.
>You've already noticed that you were asked for your landscapes and your dog when you actually wanted to discuss your studio work
I am unsure where this impression comes from.

>>3310907
Honestly I post on /p/ as a mixture of a good giggle and nostalgia.

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How many auto-focus points does a camera need?
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>>3311671
>>3311670
>needing examples to demonstrate that focus planes shift as you move your camera angle

Literally any photo with a huge foreground interest subject followed immediately by a quickly disappearing background. And there's zero point to using one AF point with any modern camera.
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>>3312106
nobody asked what you were wearing under your pants
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>>3312153
>Literally any photo with a huge foreground interest subject followed immediately by a quickly disappearing background.
>And there's zero point to using one AF point with any modern camera.

Now I'm doubting you've ever even held a camera let alone shot a landscape...
First. You've huge focal ranges even at few meters when shooting landscape at f/1! So, it's completely the same if you use focus shift or focus and recompose. You should be able to judge the shift by feel anyway, so few can do whatever technique you wish. What you're talking about are meme shots anyway, so since you're afraid to post one, here's mine.
Second. You're absolutely naive thinking one spot is useless in modern time. Same example. I'm focusing on the grassbuds. Near focus, meme snapshit. I'm taking it fast, as I've mountain to climb. Multiple spots would certainly focus on far plane, or even too close. One solution is manual focus, but since I've cam already in single spot, I let it focus on the grassbuds, half press the shutter to keep it saved, reposition to get a decent frame of background, shot and store cam in backpack.

>50mm, f/2.0, 1/1600
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>>3312192
>Now
It really took you this long to realize?
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I am >>3311494 >>3311506 >>3311523 >>3311528 >>3311530 >>3311541 >>3311548 >>3311554 >>3311614 >>3311643 >>3311664 and >>3311671. Someone who is not really paying attention to the thread might be forgiven for thinking that I am fulfilling my own request here by posting pic related. The difference is that this shot was taken with center point focus and recompose (back button focus, no less).

I asked >>3311621 to post literally ONE good photo where he thought focus and recompose would have mattered so I could explain something to him, but since he's too much of a chickenshit who either doesn't go out and take photos or else he is too scared of sharing his own work, I'm going to have to explain it with one of my own photos. The thing is, people like this read some photography blog like Fstoppers or Peta Pixel and they see an article about how focus and recompose CAN lead to out-of-focus images, but they don't realize that "can" doesn't mean "will." What he's referring to has more to do with portrait photography and working with depths of field that are thinner than the body of the camera.

For the present image, notice that the background is out of focus. This is a landscape with a blurry background, just like I requested. Note that it's still taken at f/8. The depth of field is still fairly large in this image, at about 1.5 feet (calculated using numbers in the photo's EXIF data). Remember, I said that I DID use focus and recompose to take this. For a 1.5 foot depth of field, the very slight shift in the plane of focus from tilting the camera up by about 15 degrees isn't even CLOSE to enough camera movement to affect the focus of the subject. Hence, the flowers are perfectly in focus, and focus and recompose was a valid technique to take the photo. A large number of similar landscape photos with a foreground subject are going to be like this. Note, I never said "all." But it's a common technique because it tends to work quite well.

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What lens you are curious for me to try out on my diy 8x10 camera?

Well try and get one for the summer to test it out.

>no real 8x10 lens
They're too expensive for me
I'm thinking of
>Projection Lens
>Single Element Lens
>any other lens other than a real 8x10

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>>3309336
Finding a lens that will cast a good sized image at a focal length that isn't too unwielding is a bit difficult. I've been taking apart a broken 2nd hand Kodak slide projector this afternoon. Out of all the lenses inside, only one can be used for any of my APS-C purposes. None would work for your purposes I think. There's one that seems to be able to do 4x6 with blurry edges. I checked the lenses in a Omega photo enlarger last night and the only lens that would work for me would have had to been set inside the camera body past the flange a little bit, but it had bad haze since the front coating was all messed up. None of those would work for 8x10 by themselves, but I'm sure it might have been able to done something since it is a photo enlarger after all. It'd require a lens grouping or two. I decided to pop out two of the lenses and use them as a really wide looking pancake.

Too bad this stuff was already broken or I'd ebay it super cheap and use the money for buying some lenses off surplus shed.
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>>3309336
This might help. Shipping inside the USA is about $6-$10 usually. Not sure what it'd be with these.

https://www.surplusshed.com/search_lenses.php?type=&diameter_to=10&diameter_from=90&focal_length_to=300&focal_length_from=360&sort=&sortby=+asc
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How do you take the actually images?

I want to do something similar with an overhead lens that I have. Try that if you can get one

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>>3312147
>I want to do something similar with an overhead lens that I have.

You mean build a 8x10 film camera or adapt the overhead lens to the 7D in the image?
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>>3312147
Not him, but simply using a lens cap as the shutter is by far the easiest way. A better solution is to make a dark slide that sits just in front of the film.

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Smartphone cameras are getting closer and closer to DSLR cameras outside of niche areas like sports and wildlife.

Share your best pictures taken on a smartphone and critique the one(s) above you.

I'll start. This one is taken on a Oneplus 3t using HDR+RAW with the Google Camera app. The dynamic range capabilities of this smartphone camera is far beyond what any DSLR can manage.
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>>3310361
Trip to a Wedding in Trygort, Poland. 1st. Attempt at photography. Criticism's welcome.

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>>3312073
2.

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>>3312075
3.

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This thread is retarded
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>>3312083
Blame chodesis

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sup everyone
Anyone can recommend me some books about photo/visual composition in general?
It seems like this is the best place to ask for something like this. I'm really interested in learning more about how to use space on a frame, whether it's film, pictures or paintings. Preferably a book i could get from amazon
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>>3310951
>>3311092
>>3311101
>>3311108
Well, I see your point. But did you ever consider that drugs in creativity are just half as promising as driving around in a lambo?
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>>3310284
I recommend https://www.amazon.com/Art-Photography-Personal-Approach-Expression/dp/1681982102 It's a bit long, but does a good job of explaining various techniques for both film and digital, warns of common pitfalls and mistakes, etc.

The tl;dr is basically the same as most art: figure out what message/story/feeling/experience/etc that you're trying to convey with your photo, and then think about how the elements of your photo add or subtract from that goal. If you're trying to create a sombre mood, color or high contrast may not be a great idea. If you want to highlight an interesting subject, make sure the lines and contrast areas of your photo don't distract from the subject. Etc.
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>>3311155
But he could buy that lambo if he used some of his drugs and sold the rest, but he’d p get raped by Bubba and get some creativity from unprotected lubeless anal in jail.
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>>3311195
This book looks good anon. I’ll have to check it out when I have the time. Thanks for delivering /p/
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>>3310286
Seconded.

What’s on your backpack /p/
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I just realized that I haven't taken one of these in ages, and I feel left out because my EDC knife isn't in any of the ones with my current loadout. I'll have to go fix that.

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Rate my kit. It's a little bulky but I want to be able to create my art even though the haters don't want me to.
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>>3312213
I know this is a joke but seriously, what the fuck is the deal with the brass rod with a toothbrush head on the end of it?
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>>3312213
Remember photography is a form of federally protected speech under the first amendment of the Bill of Rights of the Constitution of United States of America, thugs will attempt to stop you from legally creating art, but you have the right to defend yourself
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>>3312220
Brush my shoes with it in case i step in mud or doodoo

>24-200mm
>touch screen
>better 4K
>better AF

Apologize to Sony.

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>go from f/1.8 to 2.8 b...but muh 200mm zoom range!

NOPE
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>>3310868
I presume that Sony is doing the same slightly illogical thing they did with RX10 - they aren't stopping production of the previous model, so those who need a faster but shorter lens can still buy RX100V; then RX100VII might return to a fast lens.
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DUST
U
S
T

I'll never buy a camera without interchangeable lenses again.
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>>3306210
I have a Mk.III. Got it on sale for a really good price in Japan last year. I don't use it for "real photography" (I have a mirrorless system and an MF film camera for that) but it's pretty good for a camera that fits in a pocket and has a zoom lens.

>>3305846
Selecting focus points fucking sucks on the older RX100s, so touch screen would be pretty nice. It's probably my least favorite thing about mine.

>>3307382
I could see that being an issue if you carried it in loose-fitting slacks or dress pants. It's not bad in jeans, and of course it also slips into a bag, a belt pouch, or a coat pocket with no problems. I loved having it when I was in Japan last year, it let me always have a decent camera without having to take a bag everywhere.

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>>3304658
*overheats*

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My photos are showing up when I have my SD card in the camera, but, when I pull up the card on the computer, none of the picture files are visible. Any advice?

All the equipment involved is fairly new. I bought a new SD card reader, as the old one was pretty elderly, but that hasn't changed anything.
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>>3308050
i recommend you try plugging it into a linux machine, it will access your stuff differently, macs might work but pros shouldnt use children's toys.
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OP here. Plugged it into a friend's computer. It worked. Got all the photos off and reformatted the card. Now it's back to working on my computer.
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>>3311328
OK now go away please
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>Formats a card outside of the camera you bought it for

This will be fun. See you next thread.
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>>3311459
No, I formatted it with the camera. I just used my friend's computer to download the photos before doing so.

>>3311373
k

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Last thread: >>3307144

Read the sticky first!

Post anything gear related, cameras, lenses, filters, bags, tripods, other 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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>>3311944
Yeah, actually. I'm totally foreign to anything with film at all, this is my first film camera.

I'm not used to setting my aperture or the shutter time without being able to review it immediately... is there a guide I can use to determine which setting is best?
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>>3312139
Your light meter. There's an app for that.
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>>3312126
I figure you'd either want to get:
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/f-1/32867338904.html

Or some current Peak Design model.

If you don't have much to spend, then probably just the Chinese model. Maybe you can save another dollar if you browse around.
The main disadvantage on that Chinese model is that employing it with a L-bracket or Arca plate is annoying, it uses the screw mount, the other thing is obviously that it's bigger to stow away than just a thin strap. Other than that, I think it works quite fine.
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>>3312041
A7 III & have a look at the Sigma 85mm f/1.4.

IMO it's the better deal and the sharper lens at f/1.4.

You can augment it with a 100mm STF GM if you got money at some point.
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>>3312126
get a comfy scarf one

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Hey /p/

I traveled recently to Japan and wanted to get some feedback on my photo composition and editing

Please rate and some feedback on photos

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>>3312170
>>3311864
I just get the impression of a trend on instagram photographers to have photos a little bit under saturated. I like bright saturated colors, also if it's a car, I think looks cooler having it shiny and clean with reflections

>>3312167
I like not getting on the way on people, I don't like when people notice I'm taking a photo and they change the expression I liked

>>3312169
mmmm sorry that makes no sense to me
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>>3312185
The color if violent on the old shit when you account for age and shit ink.
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>>3312186
When you inject yourself into a shot, it has a certain quality. Being belligerently drunk and shouting JoJo references at a loud music show while nips are playing can yield more interesting expressing. It's the same for getting little nipnong boys to pose.
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>>3312188
do you have any examples of those kind of photos? I haven't explore at all artists that do street photography, but I'm interested in knowing good ones
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>>3312180
>it was all a lie
welcome to photography

just take a look at Rick Sammons

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Post your photos of space here.
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>>3312100
The satellite in your image might be NUSAT-3. Was the picture taken on the 7th of July 2017 around 6 in the morning?
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>>3312096
it actually could be autogenerated horizon from topo data, like peakfinder.org etc.
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Hubble image compared with my image.
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>>3301945
give exif
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>>3312113

Wow, yes on the 7th of July. How did you find that? How interesting.

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New IG thread.

The first 5 people that post their IG's will get a FREE professional review of their IG by world RENOWNED photographer, Chosis (a 200.00 USD value).

As always don't forget to provide critque to others that post.

www.instagram.com/chosis7
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>>3312141
>a 200.00 USD value
lol nobody has ever payed you $200 to fart on about the "story" of their photos
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TL;DR Consider to disallow reposts of your content on the /p/ representing IG account @slashpcollective and reporting copyright infringements against it if your request won't be heard.

The maintainer of @slashpcollective i.e. Chosis (@chosis7, >>3312141) abused this account already twice for personal purposes:
- https://www.instagram.com/p/Bhao6hWl2Ru/ i.e. accusation towards @jasonlanierphotography of logo theft
- https://www.instagram.com/p/BitUutcFFAn/ i.e. advertisement of lamboticket.com, a project related to Chosis which sells pixel space.

For more information have a look into the (archived) major discussions on this topic:
https://archive.nyafuu.org/p/thread/3291264/
https://archive.nyafuu.org/p/thread/3294678/
https://archive.nyafuu.org/p/thread/3294120/
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>>3312146
>actually taking the time to type this up
>saving it to your computer for later use
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>>3312144
Maybe he meant $200 for all five i.e. $40 per "review", which still sounds like larceny.
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>>3312149
This is the new meta thread, I guess. Let's get all the samefags in here, no matter from which side.

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Seems pretty badass. https://starizona.com/hyperstar/Expensive though.

But then again most high quality products are.

Some of the results are absolutely astounding.

To the best of my knowledge, images are nearly immediate.



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