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How the fug do I learn to not be an autist when doing a photoshoot for portraits
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>>3171017
This, make sure you /nofap/ for like 3 days at least before
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>>3171016
model or photographer?
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>>3171785
Photographer

>>3171017
>>3171344
But I don't even want to fuck I'm just socially retarded
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>>3171793
It will increase your confidence with a boost of manly hormones
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>>3171016
Use really ugly subjects.

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Last one died, post your portraits.

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ilford delta pro 400, on a yashica t4

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portrait of a friend being out and about

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Fucked up focus so I added some grain to hide it.

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Just some guys being dudes in a rainforest. I don't really dig the grain, but he likes it that way.

>>3170654
i really really like this photograph

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>>3169048
This is one click that you're not getting back...

What a waste...

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How come digital medium format is so expensive when you can get medium format film cameras for less than some 35mms?

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>>3171394
It's been done before quite regularly, most CCD medium format sensors are tiled, usually in a 2x2 array. Some of the earliest full-frame 35mm cameras were two tiles. The problem that pops up is that a lot of effort has to go into finely calibrating the sensor or else you'll get very obvious seams going across the image that are a nightmare to fix in post, if you take a sensor like the P65+ or IQ180, and push the exposure quite a bit, you may end up with some quadrants of the image having more noise or other oddities - I've ran into this issue myself when using an IQ180 one time at ISO1600. It's one thing when you have a technicality which you have to work around on a camera system that's chock full of such things and it's expected for you to be on top of them, and another when you have a camera that the average consumer expects to 'just work', as a result you'll never see tiling be used on any camera below the $10k mark, although some people claim to have noticed it on the Fuji GFX. I have my reservations about these claims because it's supposed to use the same base sensor design as all other current 33x44mm 50mp CMOS cameras that exist, which are all single-tile, so maybe Fuji did something on their end to screw it up.
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>>3171757
Nope, retired pro. Carriage trade studio, catering to upper income clientele. In that area, image is everything, and I don't mean just the image created by your camera, but the image your client perceives. When you're expecting the client to invest upwards of $10,000 in home decor that you create, they tend to scrutinize every aspect of your presentation, from the appearance of your studio to the clothes you wear, the car you drive, the equipment you use. While a full-frame DSLR may be capable of producing an acceptable quality 30x40" print, they want to see something other than the camera "uncle Joe" uses. And I don't care what anyone ITT says, my 'blad H5D most definitely WILL produce a much finer result than any DSLR on the market.
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>>3171717
For portraits LOL!
The only ones l know using MF are the ones doing ad campaigns that will be billboarded. Otherwise it is fool frame for the win.
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>>3171839
Yeah, look at a 50inch 4k TV, get really close to it, and remember that's only 8 megapiels.
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>>3171839
>>3171849
This:
>>3171796
When people think "portrait" they often think of a photograph of a person, usually used as a Linkedin profile photo, or maybe an 8x10 of grandma sitting on the end table. When you're creating wall-size family portraits, often with 10 to 15 people or more, even at an enlargment of 30x40, the face sizes are about the size of a quarter, and it's critical to squeeze every possible amount of fine detail out of your image. Granted, such portraits are often viewed from across a room, but just as often, someone will want to walk up and study it. Not trying to argue with anyone here, but I've been down the whole road of testing the results of a high-end DSLR against my Hasselblad, same family group, same lighting, same everything, and the medium format sensor delivered significantly superior results.

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>shoot film slr
>upgrade to 6x7 medium format for 3x as much
>get 3x the image quality

>shoot dslr
>spend 3x as much
>get little to no discernible difference in image quality

How did digislugs get cucked so hard, especially L*ica buttboys with their soft focus rangefinders?

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>>3171422
>this is what digislugs believe
TOP KEK
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>>3171422
wow you are literal shit.
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>>3171422
you probably dont shoot higher than iso 800
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>>3171647
Nobody shooting digital has to
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>>3171584
>>3171640
>>3171647
>triggered
>>3171647
I like my pictures clean

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>this kills the digicuck

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>>3171817
>Trying and thinking the computer will magically make it work with no information at all.
Fucking expose properly and don't blow them out if you need them.
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>>3171819
Same applies to film, but on the pther end of the spectrum. You've defeated your own point you noob
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Is this camera a meme? I found one in an antique store for $45 and I'm tempted
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>>3168432
This desu
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>>3171866
>acknowledging the concern troll
wow

rare sighting of human rat on tour

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>spent $2.5k on camera and lenses
>waste my weekends photographs some girl for free
>even paid for the makeups and clothing rental
>another day processing the photos
>didn't even get a thank you

Is there a worse hobby than photography

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>>3169038
Fuck that looks like a really lonely place...
Even worse, i think i'd like it..
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>>3163561
>they give me a hug after

Bitchboy
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>>3171869
I agree. that's the only way you are going to get a return on your investment. They get the glass you get the ass. being a photographer is a position of power and everyone should be using it to get vapid 'models' naked.


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>>3171879
>instagram.com/chosis7
Shit, sorry to hear that dude.. will do..
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>>3171887
said no one ever and you shouldn't either

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am an amateur photographer
how is this pic?

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Looks like a still from a Youtube video.
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>overexposed
>underexposed
>somehow still flat contrast
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>>3170728
Technically, not great.

More importantly, does this photo mean anything to you?
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>>3170728
It's shit.

As an amateur photographer, you have to take at least 50.000 - 100.000 pictures all the while you watch courses and read about photography and composition, before you submit a picture and ask such question..
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>>3171834
You're a little self-important there, buddy. Also,
>watch courses
>not actually going to school

Find me a better 70-200 2.8. Oh wait, you can’t.

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In most us states , is it legal to photograph people ( using a zoom lens like 50-300) when they are not aware? Also if police accusing you of a crime related to a certain intention , do they have to prove what you are doing with the photos?
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>>3171674
>This guy tries to have fun in a thread
>Peter comes along to try and ruin it
every fucking time
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>>3168720
That is correct, unless they closed the curtains, and you went up to the window to see through a slit in them.
>>3168727
No but as stated in this paranoid society be prepared for tons of grief, and maybe a confrontation with cops added for drama.
>>3168734
Oh so you are asking for purely creepster purposes. I can see a molestation charge in your near future.
>>3168818
Only if they block the windows with some form of closed blinds, or curtain. If you can view it easily from a common area it is fair game. People have to exercise some responsibility in order to have privacy. Some woman undressing in front of an unobstructed window is fair game.
>>3168832
They are also expected to make it so they are not publicly in view as well. Only leftist jurisdictions try to enforce it in that manner. Most places exercise something called common sense.
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>>3171050
you could also use a point and shoot with some balls like a kyocera or a contax t2/t3 or a nice pocket sized asp-c like the ricoh gr ii or the fujifilm x70. these photos will largely be on par with a ff dslr or slr that w/ a battery pack is bigger than some medium format jobbies. people are not generally offended by point and shoot cameras as they are with even kit dslrs.

as for shooting through windows, you should be fine with a 50mm or a 35mm or even a 105mm or 135mm as the images are similar to what you see with your eye. Once you go super telephoto you are violating privacy laws by shooting into a residence. That said, if you arent totally obvious about this, then i mean... no one is probably going to harass you about it. go stay in a tall building in nyc or dc or jersey near the city for a bit, you can see plenty of stupidity going on through windows. I'm not advocating photographing these things, but it would certainly be possible.
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>>3171307
I mean, he would have been ok defending himself there esp after he got a few shots of her hitting him on film. YOU GOING TO JAIL NOW!
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>>3171825

I don’t get the Peter meme. I’m slow, explain it to me.

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Few shots from the recent West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn, NY.

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I'm pretty sure OP is trolling with these embarrassing images.
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>>3168925
Lol
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love those titties
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Here you go senpai
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>>3163457
What is this trash-fest?

hi /p/ noob here, can someone identify this lense?

is this minolta x700 mint condition worth it? im just getting into photography and i found this for $100. should i go with it? is there anything else im going to need as a beginner?
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>>3171750
Film, obviously
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>>3171731
Minolta lenses are great lenses for almost all of them.
Never tried the 50/1.4 (which is this one), but I frequenly use my 50/1.7, I assume there shouldn't be much differences between the two of them aside the extra stop you get.
Minolta 50mm lenses are optically great, you can't go wrong with them.
The Minolta X-700 is a good body (like the X-300 and the X-500), this is a fairmy good combo if you want to begin with film photography.
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Minolta MD 50mm f/1.4
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>>3171755
with what looks like a UV filter on it
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>>3171754

that's pretty much what i needed to know. i've made up my mind and i'll buy it

thanks /p/

Why do digislugs brag about taking so many photos in a month when 99% of them are garbage? What’s the point in taking so many bad pictures and then trying to paint film as being uneconomical? If a film photographer takes six good shots in a week, they spend less money than a digislug in a ten year span and take more pictures doing it...

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>>3171764
(I'm on your side)
That picture there took several attempts to balance the strobes with the phone screen.
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>>3171681

Do you think that large format photographers shot peel apart just for fun?

Or are you one of those “filmfags” who only started shooting film after it was already dead?
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>>3171794
Yes but it has cute girl with massive tits. This alone will keep it alive on 4 Chan.
>>3171672
Define good.
While I hate quoting dated famous photographer Ansel Adams said if he got 15 good photos a year, it was a good crop.
But then you are superior, or consider snaps of mommy's cat as good.
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>>3171748
>Picture composition and light balance - great. >Idea -shitty.
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>>3171832
Ideas are hard!

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Saw a rabbit today

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>>3171232
>>>>>>/an/
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>>3171232
this is not the best photo i have ever seen.


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>>3171232
Are you in Australia? Because the rabbit is upside downs. Also l bet your mommy said it was good.

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I finally bought a super 8 projector to transfer these inhereted film reel. I thought you guys might be interested to see them.

I have
8 small reels
4 large reels
1 unused super 8 cartridge still in the box
1 35mm roll. I'm not sure if its exposed or not. If you guys help me figure that out, I'll get it developed.
1 magnetic tape reel (she was a choir teacher)

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https://youtu.be/EpT7ug5nArM
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https://youtu.be/J4AnWo4fzRA

That's it for the super 8. There was one more that wouldn't play properly so I didn't bother transferring it
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>>3170991
That looks like Kodachrome, they stopped making the chemicals for that in 2010. Sorry m8
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>>3171683
https://shootfilmco.com/blogs/shoot-film-co/kodachrome-processed-in-color-seriously
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>>3170985
Woo hoo! Loving the short dresses/long bare legs starting at about 2:08! Anyone you know?



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