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Is Pentax the hipster equivalent of cameras? I like them*, but are they really THAT bad?

*I'm vaping as I write this...
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>>3318868
weather sealing pretty much is. there's a reason why other manufactures try to hide this on every camera and never show photos of them getting wet.
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>>3325698
a boomer is

*crack*
*glugglugglugglug*
AHH
Man this generation suck.....

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>>3318445
Holy shit
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>>3319449

This picture cracks me up every time
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Do you guys do anything else besides photography? Hobbies, addictions, whatever takes up your time that isn't a job...
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sniffing my girlfriend's armpit
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>>3324031
>Do you guys do anything else besides photography?
Shoot, fly fish. Photography definitely third
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>>3324031
>let's talk about everything that isn't photography

You don't belong on this board.
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Make artwork for games and travel over the world (working abroad). Spend the money I make on cheap camera crap gear.
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>>3324204
Thanks. I just handed in a new paper. Fingers crossed for a fast peer-review.
Some new species awaiting publication afterwards.

New version of legendary P900 (24-2000 mm), the P1000 with 24-3000mm eqv. focal length with rather good aperture ofF2.8-8. thoughts?
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>>3324169
longfellow
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nice, dial has a notch for moon.
next to the.... bird? notch.
what's the icon before U mean?
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>>3324167
This is something that I don't understand.
It's the same size that are in some smartphones today (Xperias for example), but why there's no smartphone that can produce clean photos like this one >>3324158 ? Instead they're all "blocky" and noisy?
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Holy shit
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>>3325751
I would not use that horse image as a metric as it probably has been denoised by nikon.

Look at these instead as the P900 uses the same senor. >>3322162

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Good or meme camera?
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>>3324218
Don't try and take photos of very small, fast moving objects then.
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>>3320172
i got mine with extras for 500
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>>3323778
You are asking the wrong questions. Nobody wants to see of skittish animals moving; the trick is to get the shot when it's still.

Which can be done with just about anything. Pic related. Minolta MD 35-105 on macro

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Decent camera for people new to photography. The older olympus omd models are better to learn on though.
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>>3324218
There is also the Minolta 90mm f/2 and the Tokina 90mm f/2.5 and the Rokinon 100mm f/2.8.

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Do /p/ have books to learn photography?

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>>3323588
killing time until i grow old and my body fails
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>>3325367
>>3325637
>muh rule of turds and golden shower ratio
kys
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>>3325367
Tony and Chelsea Northrup is giving away their photography book for free for a while if you want to try that. A lot of people around here seem to like it.

https://freesdp.com/free-sdp/
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>>3325675
Are giving away*, jesus christ
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>>3325637
>>3325367

This --> >>3325648 ,but pic related

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Hi /p/ I realize this comes of as a gear faggotry thread
So I run a business doing coral aquaculture/breeding for saltwater aquariums and hobbyists as well as fish. Corals are grown in hydroponic like trays
My biggest challenge is taking perfect photos for the e-commerce site. The clients are some of the most anal people on the plant and any imperfection (algae, bad color) is a possible loss sale.
Right now I use a cannon DSLR cammera with a 30mm macro lens that i stick in this large barrel with a clear window at the end for taking underwater macro photos of the corals.

The challenges are,
1. I or my employees have to take hundreds of photos in a day and get the raws to light room and uploaded matched to the coral in question. Time and efficiency is the main issue.

2. Getting good shots in less then ideal conditions. Its a cramped, humid uncomfortable space under 20k metal hailde or LED lighting. Getting the camera in this shitty barrel sleeve and focused is a huge PITA. I feel like the DSLR was waste because its easier for me to just using lightroom on my phone and stick my phone in like a 1 gallon clear aquarium to use as an underwater viewer from the surface.

3. I fucking suck at photography. I'm trying to find a solution that's easy automatic and anyone without photo experience can do.

I would like to hear your thoughts and in return I will be glad to tell you about what I do and everything else in between. I love fish and coral and marine life is my passion.

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>>3325362
Sorry I don't have one at the moment but it's basically rows of tanks like the one on the left. I take photos by dipping the lens (in a clunky protective barrel) from the surface at the coral frag in question. It would nice of there was such a thing as a adjustable water proof lens
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>>3325433
Forgot photo.
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>>3325434
It sounds like your working distance from the lens front to the coral is so long that you can't use the porthole device properly. Make something to sit on top of the aquariums that the porthole can be strapped into. Then mount am angled mirror on top of the porthole. This will allow you to take photos from the side using a long focal length lens, like a 90-100mm macro lens or regular telephoto/zoom with some extension tubes. You can get as close or far away as you need.

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>>3325225
>you're doing it wrong
Forget working around glass, sticking cam into water, glass is your friend. All you need to do is eliminate reflection. just do pic related and you'll get clear shots without ever wetting your gear.

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>>3325451
OP isn't taking photos of Aquariums however, he's taking photos of individual corals mounted on a grid in a very shallow tank.
I'm gonna say the best and low tech option is a water proof phone/housing and the light room app.

Also take your photos under 10k vs 20k lighting if you can adjust it like LEDs. It makes a huge difference. If not you can always adjust it in Light room but I assume you need to do this in as little steps as possible to be fast and efficient.

where are you at, /p/?
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>>3324687
Come to terms with the fact you're not as good as you think you are and 99% of your shots are going to be shit regardless of what you do. This will free you up into just shooting more often. That and selecting things to improve at each time you go out worked for me

>>3324788
Similar to me but I've figured it out, I'm just too lazy to use/do it

It's all about light and processing once you reach a certain level. Even more true on a 50 1.8 where you're likely shooting portraits, headshots. Travelling and working are big parts of it too though- I've come to realise you don't learn how to shoot consistently until you start getting paid and hired by people and even then some people don't learn
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>>3324429
what happens after death?
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>>3325622
Your family sells all your gear and tosses your hard drives/negatives.
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>>3324429
Wherever a burned out ex-/p/ro fits in. Somewhere between "Dammit, I suck" and "Death" on that chart, I guess.
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>>3325587
>>3325597
This one looks overcooked, but yeah it's something along these lines. For some reason cars often induce this feeling for me with all the reflections and shit. Also I guess cleaning the car first doesn't hurt.
>>3325619
I only really shoot outside, I'll start learning how to set stuff up properly once I get some lights.
>getting paid
I'm still really far from that, if I even get there ever.

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underrated emulsion edition
What emulsion do you think is the most underrated? My pick is Superia 800/Venus 800

Old thread: >>3318872
All film related questions and general film discussion is to take place in this thread
Feel free to post photos, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, you're a lomo fag

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NEW BREAD
>>3325663
>>3325663
>>3325663
>>3325663
>>3325663
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>>3325516
>>3325555
I ment the loader itself for 15€ of course
But yeah it'll be my first time...will order later at night :)
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>>3322095
I have 19 rolls left in 120 format.
I bought it on a win from Craigslist
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>>3325646
>>3325645
Thanks mates, no other questions for now but will definitely be lurking these threads for now on, my first film roll hopefully turns fine anyway
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>>3325507
https://www.amazon.com/Jacquard-Cyanotype-Set-Black/dp/B010MN312S/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1532147474&sr=8-1&keywords=cyanotype+kit
that's the one I got. turns out it's actually only 12$ now nice. I'm ordering more lmao

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Any chances film expired in 85 will give any good pictures? Iso 1000
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95% chance that it'll turn out having crazy unpleasing colors. Nevertheless, try it out. Not knowing what to expect is part of the fun
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Unless it has been freezer or refrigerator kept its whole life, forget it.

I lucked out on some Ektar 25 a few years ago ex. 1991 but some Royal 1000 of the same vintage was a hazy cloudy mess
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>>3324629
>>3324935
Happened to me with thriftstore found fuji 600film packs, none of them came out developed after i shot
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>>3324935
Okay

>>3324629

You mean like some unnatural colors? I'm fine with that, did some shooting in an industrial area with that film, it would kind of spice it up a little bit.
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Btw was shootin with a voigtländer vitoret with mostly big aperture sizes

I have a Canon EOS 1100D camera and recently stumbled upon the double exposure technique and gotta say I am amazed by it but I cannot find how to do it on this specific model. Can anyone help please :c
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>>3325167
Not in-camera. You could always use bulb mode and cover the lens to stop exposure and uncover it to resume. If it was a Nikon, you can natively do MEs in-camera.
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>>3325167
Almost all digital double exposures are made via Photoshop. Just take two photos then layer them on top of each other, viola, double exposure.
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If you did your research on what double exposure is, you'd already have the answer, boy.
A digital sensor doesn't permanently record light like a chemical bit of film does, so you realize that you cannot do the same thing in camera, it would never be the same.

You have a DSLR, learn how to use Photoshop.
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Should've gotten Nikon
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My wife has this one as well.

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rate and get rated share your instagram pics and your link if you want to

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>new to photography and want to get criticism & advice
>any advice I provide won't exactly be valid as I don't know what the fuck I'm doing and everything I post is garbage

S-shoulf I still post
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https://www.instagram.com/chrisdasa/

I've been thinking about what direction to take with my instagram, i think I'll stick with portraits, seems to be the thing that gets most likes and I like them
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Can anyone help me?

I have the content, the demo reels, the work and the market to stat a small video production/photography thingamabob.

The problem, as it has been with every other ((((startup)))) of mine, the problem is in the name. I tend to overthink the name and logo until I end up not doing anything.

>spanish market, but have worked for international clients
>I want something short, cool, hip but that is also meaningful for me

current candidates

>Habu after the nickname for the SR-71
>Anvil

fuck it, all just go name.ph
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>>3325496
Give criticism the best you can to get criticism. You can't get out of it by acting pathetic and helpless.
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>>3325496
If you genuinely can't see anything to comment on or that could be done better or worse in a shot then you shouldn't be posting in here either way, you should go learn to take more than a snapshot first

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rate my snapshits /p/

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>>3324899
nice man, maybe post the blue out of the sky?
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OP here, tried unfucking the colors with this one
No more magenta haze (didn't screw around with the tint sliders, picked the concrete for auto WB)
better/worse?
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>>3325055
>>3325348
i personally like it in color better, since the trees actually looked b/w in real life.
I think converting the whole photo to black and white, you lose that impact, and it becomes just any other b/w photo of trees

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>>3325078
>>3325055
>>3325004
ty family for the feedback.
this time i keyed WB and tint off the church walls, and didn't touch any of the hue/sat/luminance sliders. Also dropped vibrance by -20.

>>3325078
>though 25 seconds is way too long for even a slow moving waterfall
yes, that one was in twilight and I wanted to keep f/11 for the foreground. The other long exposures are around 0.5-2 seconds

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>>3325500
It's blue. I don't use Lightroom but I look at the temperature to the right and I think I know why it's blue.

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FireWorks checklist: 4chan style.

Tripod - check
Mount- check.
Battery- check.
Asshole free area- check.
ISO- 600 with NR.
Aperautyre- open.
Focus point- locked and checked
Manual focus on -check.

Music starts- check.
"God Bless America" in the loud speakers.

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>>3322041
sorry bro. I've taken way too many regular pictures of fireworks to care
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NONONO>>3322041
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>>3319261
I actually forgot my memory card at home last year.
This one too wide? I liked the headlights casting shadows from the onlookers
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Last year I left my memory card at home. This year I got some decent shots imo. Wanted a really wide shot that captured the silhouette of the stadium nearby, but people driving around looking for parking during the show annoyed me. This one was cool though, the headlights casting long shadows from onlookers

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>>3325033
I hope you're joking
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>>3317323
this could have been nice. Watch your focus
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>>3325033
terribly edited
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>>3325033
OP's is awful but I don't really think you improved it. I don't like doing it, but at this point the only way to save it is to desaturate.
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>>3305714
Fuji announces the XF10, a Ricoh GR competitor for $500 MSRP

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new to photography but really enjoy doing it, especially long exposures and macro, any tips or hints on how to be consistently taking and editing good shots? subject pic is mine, taken on a canon eos 1300d and edited with a phone app called snapseed
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>>3325292
Shouldve moved street photography and gear obsession phase higher up t.b.desu
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>>3325306
The HDR, time-lapse and Drone phases all come in before the street phase and they should all come in before the self-critical phase. The gear obsession phase is a particularly long umbrella phase which casts a shadow over across most phases
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>>3325473
It's true im drone phase now
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For long exposures: use only the time you need to get the right exposure in low light, nothing more. For lightrails like the one in your picture and motion blur in daylight shorter exposures work better.
Lightrails: lift up the ISO and use 1-8 second exposures instead of 15-30sec. That way the lights won't look washed out and you won't need to oversaturate them in post.

Motion blur in low light: if your lens can be closed to f32 use narrow apertures at iso 100. Only if you can't get motion blur then you start with very weak nd filters like one or two stops.
Even for slow stuff like walking people 1/2 sec is fine, anything longer than 1 second washed them away to the point where you are overdoing the effect.
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>>3325568
Sorry I meant motion blur in bright light



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