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How could i improve this pic? I want to know more about color mix, angles etc. What can i do?
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>>3326987

Damn, this evokes some feelings in me... whoa...
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>>3326932
>Subject is darker than the background
>Subject is poorly lit
>Horizon is off
>White balance is off
>Focus favours the background
>No detail in the darks
>Badly cropped
>Badly framed, favouring backdrop instead of subject
>Bad angle

Google how to get better at photography and start with basics because pretty much everything that could be wrong with this shot is wrong with this shot
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>>3326987

I made it perfect for you

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>>3327070

Simply how did you get that information out of that image? Was it hidden in the shadows?
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Actually looks okay. Cropped a little too tight and the borders are gay but the colors are already okay too

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>>3305570

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>>3326882
Dogging is a UK term, anon.
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>>3326888
Well obviously that's what he's doing with his wife, junkies and his telephoto.
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>>3326882
>>3327059
>cucking meme

Go back to where you belong: >>>/tv/
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>>3327059

Just imagine a crispy sweet close-up analog photography of a completely done human being destroyed by drugs in a postapocalyptic looking environment, isn't that wildlife photography? There is a spot with an abandonned chinese hotel where they gather in front of it. Alternative wildlife photography, I say.
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>>3327101

Would print with 2m diagonal size and hang in living room

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Landscape thread.

Took this a while ago out of a moving car. Its not perfect, but I like it.
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>>3326156
The road connecting to my driveway.
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>>3326156
A deadly Copperhead up in Northern GA that I got a little too close to. I'm lucky I didn't get bit, we were an air lift away from any hospital. About gave my mom a heart attack.
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>>3326156
Last but not least, New York, NY. My first trip there.
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Took this while driving.
Don't think it turned out that bad.

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Just something I took while traveling.

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Which is best 4K cameras?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oF5-wdT3wL8

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>>3325258
nice try, bitch
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Die beste 4k Kamera! [unter 500€] - Panasonic G70 Review

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlwkhSoQtew
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>>3326969
>>3326968
>>3326935
fuck off shill
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the one you have with you
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>>3324802
You did fine.

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>>3326218
nimslo film camera
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>>3326218
Done by capturing the same "shot" from multiple locations, focused on the same point, using multiple cameras in sync on a special mount or using a special camera designed for it.
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>>3326552
>capturing the same "shot" from multiple locations, focused on the same point, using multiple cameras in sync on a special mount
lol why would you do all that when you could just buy one of the cameras that is specifically designed for taking those shots?
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Not exactly the answer but I know how to make it better but consequentially more expensive.

The answer is a 360 bullet time rig

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>>3326942
>>3326552
are you 12 ? its obviously done with a nishika n8000 then each frame is scanned and put together as a gif

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Sup /p/,

I've been shooting for about a year now. I post all of my work on Flickr. Is there any reason to use IG, or even something else over Flickr? I don't necessarily care about exposure, or selling prints yet. I don't think I'm good enough. However, I do care about having a solid, stable place to post my work, and easily share it with friends, family, and people I meet.

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I tried to use Flickr but it's frustratingly full of bots and bullshit and obviously much less traffic/exposure than Insta

BUT it sounds like it's perfect for your needs so there's no reason to branch out other than perhaps the fact most people use Instagram while only photographers really use Flickr. If you're sharing links with them then that's not really an issue either

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Need help identifying what camera filmmaker Edgar Wright is using
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>>3327043
the one he had with him
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sonygger rx100
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>>3327043
Sony RX100, there's six of them now and they all look pretty much the same so hard to tell which model.

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CJR Special Report: Photojournalism’s moment of reckoning

https://www.cjr.org/special_report/photojournalism-sexual-harassment.php

"In interviews with more than 50 people, in a CJR investigation spanning more than five months, photojournalists described behavior from editors and colleagues that ranged from assault to unwanted advances to comments on their appearance or bodies when they were trying to work."

/p/, why are you so horrible to women photographers?
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>>3326425
He just needs some punctuation marks mostly.
But you should be able to interpret by using your comprehension skills anyway.

But in case you can't;

>the point is some of the stuff we say to each other on sites makes your they said coccadoody things to me tame

the point is, some of the stuff we say to eachother on (the work) sites makes your, "they said coccadoody things to me" tame (by comparison).
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>>3326274
>sexual harassment plagues women
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>>3326274
>Hello, you look nice today :)
SEXUAL HARRASMENT REEEEEE!
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>>3326275
>fpbp
womp womp
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>>3326274
>In a career 100% focused on aesthetics, co-workers may discuss aesthetics a lot.

Well no fucking shit, in next week's news, women triggered by comments about their weight whilst at fat camp.

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Imagine this. A newbie buys a D3400 and takes pictures as a hobby. He enjoys it and practices and learns something everyday.

How long would It take him to be good enough to make a buck here and there off of his new skill? Did he make the right purchase for this sort of goal?
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Photography is a hobby that you make profitable, if you get into this for the money I have some bad news for you, unless you are shooting weddings in large population centers like NYC
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>tfw you will never take pics of taytay
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>>3326534
He probably isn't going to do shit if he can't even ask a proper question for himself nor read board rules nor post a photo he took as the OP image.
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>>3326534
It's a very capable camera but depending on how you plan to make money off it, you've probably only spent 1/3 of what you need to.
Unless you got mad tits.

To be good enough to make money, depends again how much you wanna take. Youtube and a few books as well as a whole lot of free jobs were enough to get me at an employable level after a couple of months but you want to learn technical stuff before creative stuff.

If you bought the camera because you want to make money instead of buying because you want to take photos, you'll probably never make much money. (As cheesey as that sounds)
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sorry bro you chose the wrong camera. never gonna happen with your gear.
if you brought a Pentax K-1™ though? different story

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So the goddamn sun came out for once and I tried to use the light after weeks of greyness.

I've been shooting for some five weeks now and recently started to try and wrap my head around Capture One. That, and the art of composition.

Here are some of my results.

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Can I do anything interesting with the lens from a CRT projector?
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Build a hollow mirror with a bowl coated in chrome and send the light through the lens and observe the centwr of it with a lens of minimum 300 aperture in bright sunlight
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>>3322528
>dude acid lmao
But for real it looks fun to shoot with
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>>3325912
>tfw when using one of the projector lenses as a solar death ray

Why is this so fun? The one with the shorter focal length that has the insane f-stop of f/0.75 is like Satan's own piss stream of fire.

>>3326105
Stuff like that is difficult to use, but I wish more people had that type of tool. I'd like to see what people come up with.

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I have a crt projector and I’m worried when one of my lights fail.
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>>3326131
>crt projector

Those things are neat looking.

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>>3326713
>>3326750
What? It's shit, it's just a snapshot of a poorly lit statue

It's interesting because of the format and I'm glad OP posted it but there's no reason to pretend it's not a shit photo
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>>3326761
fuck you
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>>3326540
protip: do not shoot towards the sun
the flare will kill your photos
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>>3326761
true
>>3326775
the flare is the only thing that makes this photo remotely interesting

The effect is good OP, with an interesting subject this pinhole of yours could be good
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>>3326775
Flare can make it more interesting too. It really depends on the type of material the pinhole uses, the focal length, and color vs B&W. Of course using flare is hard to work with. It is easier with digital or with a view camera ground glass or equivalent type setup where you can preview it, but with regular film it is nearly impossible without lots of experience and of course lots of luck.

>>3326540
Nice. What focal length? It looks like it is under 20mm.

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Which is the bigger meme brand? Which one gives you more bang for your buck?
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how much this beauty would cost?
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>>3326636
the one you have with you
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>>3326357
Didn't they say they intended to release leaf shutter lenses sometime later?
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>>3326650
I haven't heard anything about it, and I'm trying to google it and not having any luck either. If you've got a link I'd be interested to see it, though, leaf shutter might just be enough to convince me to buy into the GFX system.
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>>3326636
>how much this beauty would cost?
$your credibility

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ok so i want to start photography and apperently my dad had an old K1000 that i took, the problem is that the light meter doesnt work - when i insert the battery the meter goes all the way up and when i remove it the meter goes to the middle.
anybody know how to fix this?
if not - any tips for shooting without meter? i have literally 0 experience.
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Props to you for keeping an old K1000 running. I still have mine from my high school days in the 1980s.

If someone could ever invent digital guts that work in the space of a film roll that would be awesome
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>>3326902
>high school days in the 1980's
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>>3326912

Yep, and it was totally like this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0c7zs9nPhM

(not)
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>>3326922
that was actually a really fun video.
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>>3326923

Unfortunately my actual high school experience was nowhere near that cool. "The Breakfast Club" without the detention would be closer to my reality

Tutorial or preset for this kind of color pallete ?
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>>3326705
based
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>>3326718
sorry, I should've added "lead box in freezer"
>>3326722
It could very well be, but I'm thinking its a negative because of the offish colors and the low resolution, however it could be that because this looks like it came from a magazine that it's just shitty dot matrix printing.
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>>3326718
It does when you have hypered it.
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take photos of things that have those colors in it
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>>3326688
it's called the fuckyoufaggot.preset



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