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>>3244076

Starlings are fun.
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>>3244088
They are also massive dicks to other birds, they often bully the others from their nests just after finishing it, especially hard on woodpeckers.
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>>3243987
Crop in some more
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>>3244125

That's why they are fun to watch. They can also help you find other birds, much like Crows and Grackles.

If you want to find owls, watch crows.

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I think this is the new definition of RAW:

>On her first test shoot as a 15-year-old, Dasha Alexander said, a photographer held a camera in one hand and digitally penetrated her with his other — a move, he explained, that would make the pictures more “raw” and “sensual.”

>Collectively, these models — predominantly females, although also males — made credible allegations of sexual misconduct against at least 25 photographers, agents, stylists, casting directors, and other industry professionals. In many instances, Spotlight reporters verified the accounts with third parties or examined records such as e-mails.

https://archive.fo/KUAgc

Why is photography biz so full of creeps? What's the creepiest thing you've witnessed /p/?
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>>3244287
that's the term the courts use
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>>3244287
Like >>3244291 said, not a term the kids use, a term used in more clinical/professional/legal contexts rather than a colloquial term more people would be familiar with like fingerbanged, hand-jived, or went knux-deep in dat sweet teen meow-meow.
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A model once told me a photographer raped her.. and then was like "so you want to do photos now"
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>>3244316
well, did she do the photos
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>>3244081
Well I once looked at a set of photographs shot by Jock Sturges

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Music Photography.

Let's get you concert photogs out of hiding.

Here's a shot of the band Fallujah
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>>3237990

>>3237995
>>3238178
Nice ones

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>>3244277
Wrong photo

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>>3244279
And this one
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local band

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>>3238520

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anyone here actually make a living on photograhy alone ?

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>>3243000
I've done enough weddings to really see how the different classes behave. If you have a low price you will get the lower class weddings with ghastly people. They will ask the stupid things like you mentioned and behave poorly on the day, as well as their guests.

But if you don't whore yourself out and maintain a slightly higher price, you'll price the lower orders out and you client base will be the more affluent middle classes. Thee people behave better and have word of mouth to their other middle class friends.

Once you've broken through to the affluent middle classes it becomes quite enjoyable. Nicer people, better surroundings at venues and nicer guests. Guests who are used to nice things and don't behave like a wedding is a completely new experience they've never had before.

I fucking hate the lower orders. White middle classes for me.
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>>3242125
>Yeah everyone does that. Do you all have the same skills or will someone be Editor/DoP etc? DO THEY/YOU HAVE CURRENT CLIENTS?
There's three of us, we have a DOP, Editor and I'm the director/producer. We have a pretty good dynamic working together so not too worried about losing anyone. Good ethic though.

>DON'T BE ONE OF THOSE IDIOTS THAT BUYS CAMERAS OR GEAR IF YOU DON'T HAVE THE WORK AND CLIENTS TO JUSTIFY IT.

Haha, our main camera is an Ursa Mini too (don't get why more people don't use it?) with 6D as secondary. We do enough projects on it to justify it and it saves us using the uni loan store.

>Something that they should also teach at Film School is 'Oh you're a writer/director? No one gives a fuck'.
Do you think there's a merit there if you add producer to the mix? I'm primarily a writer director, but I can get shit made.

Cheers for this dude.
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>>3243089
This guy gets it. Retired portrait/wedding guy here, was fortunate to have retired just as the consumer-level digital wave was starting to decimate the mom and pop studios across the country. Establishing yourself as a carriage-trade, upscale professional is difficult, but as anon said, you work your way into a clientele who understands the difference between an artistic piece and something you'd get because "my uncle Joe has a really nice camera!"
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>>3242129
>>3243072
For a lot of people, making it your job will make it stop being your passion. There are very few exciting photography jobs out there, and you have to be very food and very VERY lucky to get them, so you’ll probably end up shooting weddings (stress/bridezillas/MObridezillas/venue coordinators who want your life to be hell, etc) or kids’ portraits (Janice’s precious little angel Brandtwin is going to scream and bawl through the entire shoot no matter what you do, but Janice is still going to make you take the pictures, she’s just going to refuse to pay you afterwards because his face looks like he’s crying).
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So, taking advantage of this thread... what tips would you give to a guy who already has a full time job, but would like to make the photography hobby self-sustaining?

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I love days like this so much.

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>>3244035
>>3244037
Pretty nice
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>>3244169
Much obliged

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>>3243759
It's great to have different scenes to look outside of prison cell.
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Same here. I love snow. It's a shame that it snows rarely here.
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>>3244280

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Let's do this.


Post your flickr, rate others, follow, see other people work, write a feedback.

Be nice.

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/105802965@N05/
I take photos sometimes.

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Here's mine. It's mostly just my buddies and I

https://www.flickr.com/photos/161135985@N07/

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>>3241193
I think you linked the wrong flickr. That one you posted has already been posted in this thread >>3226674
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>>3241305
Fucking kill me

https://www.flickr.com/photos/petergrusys/
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>>3226393
https://www.flickr.com/photos/144640312@N02/ heres mine

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Just got a DSLR (Rebel T7i) and I want to learn how to use all the features on it and take good photos. Where's a good place to learn how? I'm a complete noob at photography.
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Don't forget, /p/ will hate you because you use Canon.
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>>3240658
You can still return it and buy a full frame camera.
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>>3240658
Read Understanding Exposure by Bryan Peterson, look up tutorials on composition and post processing.
Study your camera manual to know how to set up for aperture or shutter priority and how manual mode works. Shoot in RAW and process your shots after with Lightroom or one of the alternatives.
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>>3240658
I took a entry level course at community college. Helped a lot to start things off.
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>>3244190
>le fool frame
ignore this idiot

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Can someone enlighten me on why you'd use 24fps for amateur video (i.e. drone footage on your holiday)?

I get that it's the "cinematic" but it looks so choppy and god-awful, even compared to 30FPS. I would much rather see my own footage with more clarity of motion and detail - 24 just looks like it's lagging, especially if you're watching it on a monitor or TV.

Is 24fps just a meme? Like a staple of the elite club of cinematography; in that it makes you part of the cool kids but serves no actual purpose and is inferior to the other standards which are scoffed at like 30fps/60fps?
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>>3243826
> looks so choppy and god-awful
I'm guessing you're watching people who are using a bad shutter speed that's too fast for 24fps. 24fps shouldn't inherently look choppy, given that that's been the standard for motion pictures since the dawn of motion pictures and people don't find big budget movies to look choppy.

But amateurs don't generally realize that shutter speed matters for video, too. People expect to 24fps video shot at 1/50th of a second (~180° shutter angle). Faster than that and it looks weirdly crisp, and since most people will leave autoexposure to pick whatever shutter speed it thinks is best, it'll often pick something faster than that.

https://photography.tutsplus.com/articles/quick-tip-how-does-shutter-speed-affect-video--photo-12092
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>>3243848
>30 is closer to the physical representation of reality. 24 is closer to the symbolic representation of reality.
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>>3243826
There is no reason to use other than 30(or 60 if you think it looks better for you) for amateur video.

If its 1) interesting to view and 2) does not cause nausea and migraines, who cares.
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>>3243826
Not a meme. Whether or not 24fps was used as a cost saving mechanism or not - it is NOW the standard.

So if you shoot two identical videos (one in 24fps one in 30) you'll find that the 24fps video is a lot more close to the cinematic feel youre going for and the 30 fps resembles an amateur home video.

YouTubers shoot in HD 60fps because they feel like it makes them look more professional vs. just shooting on a webcam in their bedroom - which is also why they seat condenser mics in their shots along with stupid racing seats. Completely unnecessary but gives them platform legitimacy.

Shoot in 24fps, stabilize the video, and get good audio. You'll be fine as long as your content is good.

come at me foggats
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>>3243826
everything below 60 is a slideshow to my 144hz monitor spoiled eyes. Our eyes are analog not digital that's why the 24fps is awesome crap is just a meme.

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Is the atomos shogun worth it?

Does the DNxHR codec work on PC movie editors?

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>>3243936
>he should have just said "jerk," not tried to use "tool" in a sense that is not widely understood.
Everyone but you understood it. Everyone that I know that has ever called someone a tool used it in this sense. Like I said, just because you're not aware of or don't like a definition doesn't mean it doesn't exist. Consider this occasion a learning experience, and now you know another common definition.
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>>3243985
>gets an explanation of literal autistic behavior
>doesn't read it and replies with a textbook example
You should've read the post my man

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>>3244140
I read it. He's not saying anything relevant to the conversation, which is about the meaning of the word "tool," not an ad hom about whether anybody involved in the conversation is on the spectrum. He's doing the exact same thing he just did in >>3243946 when I said that he can't argue facts, so he's just calling me autistic instead. Thus, it's an uninteresting post and waste of the 2000 character limit he reached in writing it.
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>>3244223
(You)

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>>3244241
No you can't use that meaning for tool, this guy didn't know about it. If you use definitions he's unfamiliar with you're using language THE WRONG WAY.

Other than for cropping, do you need more than 5mp?
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>>3242646
The most interesting part of this article is that it was written almost a decade ago and we're still having the same arguments. If they were calling game with a 1Ds, imagine the difference now with 36-50 MP D-SLR's.
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>>3243179
>falling for chosis trolling this hard
Hey, welcome to your first day on /p/.
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>>3240416
>>NatGeo photos and astronauts get by with 20 odd megapickles in their 1Ds and D5s

>>Random street photog in western Europe "needs" 50 megapixels
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>>3244176
>Western Europe is indistinguishable from North America
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>>3243179
He isn’t the real Chosis.

Any tips on quick and accurate manual focusing? I can do it on my Mirrorless no problem due to focus peaking, but I got an old film SLR and it is a bit harder to do especially when there isn't super good lighting or something is kinda far away or moving. I do have a focusing screen on the SLR.
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>>3244157
>>3244146
Oh wait, that is pretty cool that the ring goes invisible
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>>3244142
They aren’t the same lens
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>>3244170
Still I don't have a lens that goes past f/22
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>>3244194
It’s a medium format camera where f/32 is super common. You can get f/32 on modern telephoto though.
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>>3244204
And in addition, f/64 is semi-common in medium format too. In large format f/64 is common and necessary. Depends on the size of the sensor or film negative.

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So i'm about to make a pre-visualization for my script/film.
I've already registered the script and the producer gave me greenlight.
Is there a way to start this process, this is my first short film and i want to do this the right way but i don´t know what to do with my vision.

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

It's finally happaned. The dreaded 'will you shoot my wedding?' request from a freind. He won't be put of either. Despite me telling him I have no experience other than some snapshots off to the side of a pro at a wedding. I am meeting up with the couple tomorrow to discuss it. But it looks like I've been roped in regardless.
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Same happened to me.

Don't do it.

It's a hell of a job. People think you just show up and point your fancy camera at everything and job done. Prepare for every kind of lighting situation and crowd organisation skills. Prepare for shooting moving people in low-light conditions while still retaining atmosphere (can't just blast them with flash).

Do you have any experience with using flash on and off camera? Because those are vital skills for the job. Are you getting paid? Either way you'll have to downplay their expectations.
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Everyone here is saying no..
I did a wedding with no experience.
Got paid $200 for the day and it took me fuckin days to edit the photos and videos.
Take multiple batteries, two cameras and a tripod. It's much preferable to get a second shooter.
I managed to get almost every moment except a few

Couple loved it.
People were very friendly.
Learnt so much.
Rewarding experience as a photographer

Seriously just be upfront with the expectations and do your best
And you'll get to sit down and eat dinner as well as take video of the speeches and itll look okay.
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>>3239975
>a selfie holding a DSLR
your own fucking fault for doing the equivalent of an instagram duck face
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What the fuck's with everyone in this thread going "NO, you don't have any experience, you'll ruin it!!!!"? You retards are making a huge deal out of this like normies care the slightest about image quality, exposure and proper color grading.

Just look at Jason Lanier you dumb dicksuckers.
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>>3244074
That's only the cucks' part. The important other half is they're not getting paid, so there's no reason to do it.

Literally just screwing around with simple filters, please don't think this is anything serious or I'm trying to pass it off as artistic. Opinion is decided and I wanna know if y'all think this looks good or not.
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Divided* not decided, oops
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Too zoomed in to provide any context

If this is product photography, no.
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>please don't think this is anything serious or I'm trying to pass it off as artistic
>I wanna know if y'all think this looks good or not
so let me guess, if I like it you'll be happy, if not, it's okay, you weren't even trying!



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