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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/carbonear-mall-santa-photographer-outburst-1.4424328

>A Newfoundland photographer is apologizing for a temper tantrum while taking pictures of children with a mall Santa Claus, but says he had a good reason for losing the Christmas spirit.
>"I wouldn't necessarily agree with [calling it] a Grinch moment. I had a human moment. I'm honestly sorry," said Robert Thornhill.
>He blames his outburst on the fact that too many of his customers get their photos printed at the mall's Walmart instead of using his service.
>Thornhill has photographed children with Santa at the Trinity Conception Square Mall in Carbonear for the past few years.
>That is, until last week when he decided to quit.
>The final straw was when a woman blatantly told him she only wanted one photo instead of a multiphoto package because she planned on going straight to Walmart to scan it and print more.
>"Admittedly, I did lose my temper that day, and I am sorry," Thornhill said.
>He said there were two families there at the time, and he's apologized to them for lashing out the way he did.

>Thornhill says he was offering to print a single 4x6 photo for $5 or a package of four for $15.
>He says at Walmart, people can get a print for 20 cents, which is frustrating because he simply can't compete with those prices.
>Thornhill claims the Walmart photo lab is "enabling" the reproduction of his work, and he's actually in talks with a lawyer to see if he has a case for copyright infringement.
>"I went up to Walmart and asked to speak to the manager and they basically said, the answer I got was shrugged shoulders saying 'well, there's nothing I can do,'" he said.

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>walmart uses 10c of ink
>charges 20c
>he uses 40c ink on home printer
>charges $5

I can't compete!
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>>3198591
What if I take a photo of the photo. Would then it make the image mine?
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>>3201210
Only the photo of the photo, but that does not mean you can sell them without a release.
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>>3201210
Isn't this essentially just the photo equivalent of bootlegging movies?
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>>3201210
There’s an “artist” named Richard Prince who basically does this.

Short answer: if you can bullshit your way through claiming your reproduction has some artistic merit independent of the original, yes. If you’re purely doing it so you can get away with violating the real photographer’s copyright, no.

Is this the ultimate Pinhole lens?

This looks really nice, visually it is just like the pro canon lens.
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>>3202020
What kind of logic is that? Dust can get into lens, it cannot possibly get to the sensor from the lens itself, that's what lens mount is for! Here you have nothing separating outside environment and sensor itself. Hope you like cleaning up your sensors guys...
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>>3202025
jokes on you, i run my sensors through a chemical bath regularly.
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>>3202025
It really depends on how the lens is constructed. I can hold up my cheap kit lens to my face, zoom it in and out and have air hit me in the face from the back of the lens. It blows directly from around the back glass itself. Which would blow right into the body and around the mirror and on into the body.
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>>3202025
>>3201970
The Pinehole Pro has threads for filters, guys.
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>>3202048
Haters: 0
Penhole: 1

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I have a Pentax 645z and this is one of my landscapes. do I need a better lens or a better camera to get better pictures? I think this lens isn't fast enough??

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>>3201602
If you have to ask you probably don't have any business having either
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Good thread OP fucking keked
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Only Americaturds will actually believe this is a real thread.

OP is a fat yank soyboy himself who thinks this is believable.
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>>3202244
stop bumping the thread then idiot, it's at least five year old stale meme that originated on b
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>>3199727
Is this Jason?
Or a mere masterbait thread.

Whats your go-to filter?
Ludwig is my bro
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>>3199892
this. OP pls learn2post-processing dumb nigger
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>>3199892
>that depth of field
ruined the shot bro
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>>3199892
Doesn't help that the photo you posted is completely shit because >>3199991
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>>3199892
Yoooo! Erie PA! We should shoot sometime
https://www.instagram.com/jared_explores/
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I am experimenting now making a whole account solely with the "moon" filter

Thoughts on this /p/? I know Olympus won't give a fuck but do you think the petition is reasonable at all? Or is it just a bunch of poor hipsters whining that the Mju ii is too expensive?
https://www.change.org/p/bring-back-the-olympus-mju-ii-stylus-epic
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>>3202041
>i had that camera, mine was 3.2 megapixels
No you didn’t.

This is about a specific model of film camera. You had a digital camera with the same Stylus or whatever branding, but totally different camera.
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>>3201903
Yep.

>fgts thinking a new Stylus Epic would cost less than the $120 you can find them for if you have any semblance of patience.
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>>3201903
>thought that it would be $50 tops when they signed the petition
kek
one word for you - lomography
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Yeah for sure it'd be way over €200 new, which is what I suppose is close to what it originally was when new. Then just adjust that to inflation etc. and it'll be closer to €400. There's no way anyone would buy it.
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>>3202171
Depending on details, I would totally buy a brand new, with warranty, 35mm point and shoot. Have it be nearly identical to the stylus epic but with exposure comp and manual ISO setting and I'd be all over it.

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>sugar thread >>3100691 falls to the bottom
>30 different gear threads on the catalog

God dammit /p/

Things have changed, running the West Coast a little more now, expect >MUH SKY and >MUH CAVES soon my truck has decided now is a good time to shit the battery bed and I'll have a day off while the shop foreman has his hands full with my rig and most likely my wallet after it's all said and done.

I'll be posting a couple reposts from the end of the last thread to get it started plus some new shit. Vacation is coming up in about a month and I'm thinking a Miami / Keys trip is overdue.

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sugar up
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>>3201303
>f/8
>loose focusing
>those soft corners
>1/320 sec at ISO 400
>a fucking bike
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Here is my favorite shot from San Francisco.

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Went to Boston on a date, brought the camera shit, this thread is officially

>Sugar had sex edition

will be a couple days before I get through everything

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I'm pretty cheap so I usually shop around for camera gear online to find the best deal possible. I'll then check with my local camera shop and if their prices are reasonable I buy from them to support local business.

For instance today they just so happened to have a Canon EF-S 24mm STM f/2.8 for $129.99 which is basically the same as everywhere else right now so I bought it there.

Do you guys even bother with actual camera shops? Is it even worth it?
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>>3197297
Usually I would buy online but whenever I have the chance I would go out and visit some local camera store with a couple of friends. I live in the Bay Area and there are a few camera stores that are worth checking out. Glass Key Photo in SF is absolutely amazing. They have basically everything you need for film stuff and sometimes they even have weird and rare foreign market films and a few interesting camera. Samy’s in SF is also pretty decent. They have got tons of cameras, from the meme tier Holga all the way to Phase One backs. The price is somewhat decent. There is another one in Berkeley but I have forgot the name.
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Fuck no, never.
The people in my local store are insanely rude and conceited, and it being one of the only labs that isn't shit (they are good at what they do) have drove me to learn how to develop at home so I don't have to deal with them.
We still have chain style camera stores, but why would I pay more to deal with the dipshit behind the counter who dosn't understand what i'm talking about.
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>>3197297
used: online. in australia, a $50 camera would cost you $300 at a store
new: online or in-store from a known chain (depending what's in stock). warranty is a big deal with me since getting burned on a grey market item.
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>>3197297
I shop internationally. It's costs about same to fly from Europe to Japan and buying the camera there (depends how expensive and how much you buy). Like a used D800 would be body only here about 1000€, but in Japan I could get the body with battery grip and a high quality lens for that same money. Even the memory cards are like 25-50% off. I'm just disappointed of local markets and buying used from people. Only thing that comes close in price is a pawn shop auction (got a lens for 1€ cheaper than abroad!). There is one local shop about 1 mile away but I have never been inside it.
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>>3197297
>Do you buy local or shop online?
Both. I buy my gear online - from a local camera shop. I simply don't have the time to go there every time I need something so I order it online from their site.

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share your favorite m42 lenses for under a 100. currently looking at the auto chinon 55mm 1.7

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>>3200737
the Jupiter 21M is a 200mm 4.0 tho
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>>3200737
You're thinking of the jupiter-37a
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>>3200418
My mir 1b sucks dick, shitty resolution on every f-stop. Probably just caught the bad copy.
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>>3200324
S Takumar 55 1.8 and 135 3.5
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>>3200324
Got not long ago a Zeiss Triotar 135/4 for around 25€ including shipment on ebay.

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I have a ton of film that I can't shoot until next summer (because winters in Sweden are dark and the days are short). What do you think I should do? Buy some high ISO film or try to shoot some of what I have?

>4x Colorplus 200 (can't really push because the grain makes it unusable)
>1x PanF+ 50 (you know I can't shoot this)
>1x Adox Color Implosion 100
>1x Gold 200 (probably expired in 2007)
>1x some apx crap that I don't care about
Still in boxes:
>2x Vista 200 (exp. 2007)
>1x Tmax 400 pro (exp. 98)
>1x Velvia 100 (exp. 2007)
>1x Centuria Super 200 (exp. 2008?)

I'm probably saving the expired film for the upcoming summer, I don't want to push it.


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>>3201577
>Colorplus has a great 70s look

the only films that have that vintage look are kodachrome, and maybe ektachrome. What you're thinking of is low contrast and softness, which can be replicated with any film incl portra/ektar if the lens is old enough/scans are done by cheap flatbeds.
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>>3201641
> low contrast and softness
You are right that's the effect that gives the feel. Weren't all shots from the 70s something like that? This impression can't have come out of nowhere
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>>3200944
>I'm probably saving the expired film for the upcoming summer
Precious stuff, solid investment.
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>>3201834
>Weren't all shots from the 70s something like that?
Yes, but not so much because of some super secret formula films, but rather the lenses and the lack of post. People back then used gears from the 40s-50s, and there was no such thing as scanner correction or ps.

Take this flickr for example https://www.flickr.com/photos/49941449@N05/. Search for his velvia/ektar/portra stuff, the shots look like they could have been taken decades ago. It's simply because his gears are from the 60s and he scans with a shitbed v500 without correcting.
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>>3202102
Well, his b&w is super shit without any contrast whatsoever. He doesn't even try to have light/dark areas in his shots and everything is a dull gray. The English weather doesn't help him
The color ones don't look bad.
Our age will have a distinctive look too, it will be the super contrast super sharp one. And I think it isn't better looking than the older one, despite the apparent technical superiority

Mostly train related stuff from today. Give me your opinion /p/.

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>>3201717
protip for snow pics: raise the exposure by 1 or 2 stops. your camera will expose for 18% grey, taking every pixel into count. the white snow fucks this up so you have to compensate for that.
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>>3201258
Go ahead

>>3201336
>>3201242
I see you trolling. Can't photography be discussed without liking the subject matter?

>>3201675
>>3201680
I was increasing contrast, blacks and dehaze. Having seen these on another screen, I've fixed this already. Thanks

>>3201711
I was hoping to change this ;) Can you please pick second and third?

>>3201716

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Do you primarily support the weight of your camera from underneath with your left hand (when you put your camera down, you're holding it with you left hand), or do you grip it from the side with your right hand (when you put your camera down, you're holding it with your right hand)?

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>>3202066
I one hand it because I'm not a little bitch.

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I was taking shots of a work golf day and watched this guy throw his club about 40 meters when he was teeing off.

Unfortunately he was the only left-hander in the group and I got the back of him.

Anyone else got well times shots of people fucking up?

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recently iv developed and scanned a roll and on one shot theirs something i cant explain! have any of you guys captured a spirit before? you can totally see a face in this picture
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my attempt to show you what i see when i look at his. its taken at the gate of a well known Jewish cemetery in my district on a spring night that was not cold enough for my breath to show
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>>3201932
I did a whole series on photographing smoke at "haunted" locations specifically trying for for Pareidolia inspiring stuff. It wasn't too bad.
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Learn to use a camera correctly

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You guy's ever remember starting out and taking like 50ish photos and only having two that are worth editing?

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>>3201599
I use a digital camera for wildlife. There's a constant clatter of *cha-chunk* coming from my camera on continuous shooting mode. You just never know how the animal will move that will be good or not. Just 1 subject can be 500 photos in a couple minutes. I can come home with 250GB of photos from a long trip (RAW). Then spend that week deleting 99.999% of them.
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>>3201599
>starting out
starting out in photography I had a lesser sense of what is good and what is bad. I could much more easily find my images good, and thus keeping them

Nowadays I actually like counting how many I pictures actually start editing in post processing. My "hit rate" is always somewhere between 3-8 pictures per hundred photos taken.

So no, my hitrate didn't improve, it significantly worsened, in fact. But my keeper images on the other hand got way better than from what I started from
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depends ...

If I'm just going out without any goal, I'll have maybe 10% keeper rate +2% salvageable if cropped significantly. The difference was that, when I started, there was also this 5% in which the composition was amazing, but I was retarded and would shoot with a large group of hikers who wanted to hurry along and I would make stupid mistakes like take a semi-out of focus landscape shot at like f/2 instead of a more proper DOF.
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>>3201760
This, my dude. It's better in motorsports, but you're still firing off a short burst of frames in most situations.
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>>3201760
Similar story for me shooting sports. Bursts trying to get the peak of action and even when I do, often the subject has a weird look on their face or something. Not that the shot becomes unusable but I shoot over a thousand in some events to make sure I have a massive selection for finding the perfect shot.
It's the reason we shoot digital, right?

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Random interesting people on the street.

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>>3186323
instagram.com/color_grain
see this one
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>>3184019
This photo is actually good.

The others are meh-tier at best. Get closer to your subjects, think about what you want the photo to show, try to do some basic ass composition (rule of thirds is always a winner) and don't give a fuck when people spot you.

t. street photo shooter man that hasn't posted in ages

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>>3184019
Cali needs to be nuked.
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