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I took this with the format DNG, and the simple edition is with lightroom mobile, right now im starting with this. idk if i am having a good start
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>>3325389
You aren't 'starting' anything until you get a camera. This random snapshit of some fat guy isn't a start, at all, even the portrait mode is fucked look at the fucking glasses, you couldn't even catch that shit and correct it. There's nothing to criticize there, nothing.

If you have such a "passion" for photography then sell your phone and get a camera, oh wait but you won't because excuses, you just want people to tell you 'wow dude that's a cool pic, nice start you'll be a photographer some day, you have talent' and feel good for a while and forget about photography altogether after a week.

Stop calling this a start, it isn't.
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>>3325398
careful anon
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>>3325530
nice
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>>3325530
Only the last panel society the world while the previous ones destroy it.
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>>3325539
>society

"SAVES"

wtf

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So I remember a while back some Anon attempted to keep /p/ shooting outside our confort zone by trying out a photo challenge. And I wish to revive the idea.
I am not a very good photographer so I'll learn along the way too.
I'm going to base this challenge on the 52 Week Photography Challenge by dogwood photography with some changes to keep it from being the same.
>We'll do it monthly with 4 assignments per month (you can try them in any order you'd like)
>You can post more than 1 photo for each assignment but do try to cover every theme per month
>The themes won't be in the same order as the original list (So you won't be tempted to skip ahead)
>Do try to take new photos (that's the idea isn't it?) Instead of posting from your previous work.
>Have fun!

This first month we are doing only 3 themes (since it's June 10th) and we are starting with a difficult one that I hope will have interesting results.

>Self Portrait: Start things off right with a "selfie"! Explore the self timer setting on your camera.
>Traditional Landscape: Shoot a beautiful landscape and share it with the world. Find a nice foreground and don't forget the sky.
>Red: Shoot whatever inspires you. Red should be the focus of the image. Don't be afraid to be creative.


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>>3322480
This is really good anon, just try to resize next time.
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>>3316079
YES
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>>3317820
>>3317825
These are really lovely shots.
>>3317826
This one is absolutely stunning. I have an endless love for cityscapes shot like this. Unfortunately I live in a small, boring, low rise city.
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OP here

Still kicking, work's heavier than usual. How are you guys managing July's assignments?
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>>3325528
where's your self portrait OP?

Starting with Sally Mann
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I have an original print of Elliott Erwitt's Nixion and Khrushchev.
Don't ask me how I got it other then I have family that was related to him.
I am sorry for the completely shit raw phone photo I took I just so happened to see this thread and I was in a rush also the glare in my apartment was really bad since its under a glass frame. I will post the scanned print in a moment when I get back.

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>>3325214
Obviously not the same print but the same photo.

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>>3324766
beautiful
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Louis Gonzalez Palma
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Vivian Maier

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>getting a photography job then
Julius Shulan earned pocket money by selling his photographs to fellow students. In 1936 he returned to Los Angeles, where he was enlisted by a friend, working as a draftsman for Neutra, to take photographs of a Neutra-designed Residence in Hollywood with his amateur Kodak Vest Pocket camera. When Neutra saw the pictures, he asked to meet the photographer and proceeded to give him his first assignments which assisted Shulman in launching his career in architectural photography.

what went wrong?
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>>3322029

Hey, what kind of software would /P/ suggest i use to put some text over images in an editorial style.

Preferably something non facebook tier without watermarks

Post Editorial suggestions as well.
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>>3325354
Microsoft Office Online or Open Office. Now GTFO and close this tread.
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>>3325354
Adobe illustrator or indesign, what pro's use

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Sup /p/
I've been into photography for almost 12 months and I'd like to share with you, guys, some of the pictures I've taken. Looking forward to any feedback

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People's backs and people's feet.
Pretty boring, nothing remarkable tbqh
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>>3325158
The gimmick is not what makes the shot interesting, it's what makes the shot palatable at all. When it's flipped the highlights completely overtake the photo and the subject that is clearly trying to be emphasized - the reflections - is 100% lost in the figures closest to the frame who are poorly composed. In the flipped version is appears that the central focal point of the photograph is the girl's ankle as opposed to the strong, black reflections that flow well from left to right. Just because it is often abused by photographers who think flipping a photograph to show the reflection on top is an end in itself doesn't mean it's always wrong. In this case the photograph is objectively better upside down.
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>>3325175
Objectively better? Big words, kid.
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>>3325161
I've been shooting for just a little longer than you and I rarely shoot street but when I did I had the same problem of impatience and bad angles as a result

It's a symptom of street I think- you need to remember you're not shooting landscape or whatever and force yourself to slow down a little

>>3325147
>How can changing the composition change the composition
wat

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>>3325175
you just provided an objectively subjective interpretation my dude

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Post your new macro photos, if you have any. If you don't have any, go take some and post. Tell us your setup.

>This is a macro thread; large, uncropped, unresized, highly detailed photos are welcome. So, don't yell too much if someone maxes out the file size and resolution for the board.

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>>3318546

Nikon D5100 with a Nikkor Series E 50mm f/1.8 with a 20mm extension tube. I wanted to get the reflection in her eyes in focus.

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>>3325090
Pretty good actually.
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I was playing around with my bellows, trying to get 1:1 scale. This seems to be as close as I can get. It is off by like 0.5mm or less I think. I was really trying to go for handheld 1:1, but it seems I'd need a much better lens for that. Something that is sharper at higher F-stops.

>Tamron 70-210mm lens in 1:4 mode with 109mm of bellows and a ring light; f/8, handheld.
>resized, not cropped

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>>3325323

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Does anybody know how to get this little fucker out of this casing? Is it even possible? I've unscrewed all screws but it just won't come out
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>>3321174
Try unscrewing the silver ring.
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>>3321174
Just unscrew it you gigantic moron. It's a M39 screw mount lens, as practically all enlarger lenses are.
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should be a retainer ring on the back, you need to undo that.
failing that the lens could be threaded directly into the lens board which would just require twisting the lens counter clockwise
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>>3321174
should be a retainer ring on the back, you need to undo that.
failing that the lens could be threaded directly into the lens board which would just require twisting the lens counter clockwise

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When using a camera with a large sensor and stopping down the lens to increase depth of field, you tend to run into the issue of diffraction limiting sharpness pretty quickly (around f/11 for certain lenses). With smaller sensors, the depth of field tends to be deeper for a given f-stop and subject magnification. Since depth of field is often (not always) something that we want to maximize for macro photography, wouldn't it make sense for the ideal macro photography cameras to be MFT?

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>>3321383
Greater readout throughput,, and ISO sensitivity isn't a meme.
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>>3321325
>blending pixels is the same as interleaving pixels

u wot m8

might as well use nearest neighbor scaling since it's the same as bicubic
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>>3321360
>High res mode, is moving sensor around, capturing multiple shots and then stiching

This is not how high res mode works on lolympus. Olympus moves the sensor by a tiny amount just like Pentax, they just move it in even tinier 1/2 pixel increments instead of 1-pixel increments so they can then infer extra detail between the pixels in addition to full RGB data.

Also, the idea of shifting the sensor was pioneered by Hasselblad.
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>>3321360
>Most macro is out of the question.

Only macro of moving subjects. Macro shots of static subjects are pretty much the ideal application of pixel shift modes as you're typically operating with a tripod and trying to maximize detail.
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hihi

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I'm looking for examples of goat composition. If you can please post what you've got saved, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thank You.
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>>3324139
Wouldn't put it that way but NatureGuy's contributions rarely have goat compositions. But interesting subjects.
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>>3324135
>>3324141
>>3324141
>>3325193
what fuck
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>>3324962
this one always cracks me up

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how do people back in the past take painterly full bokeh full bodyshot photos like pic related?
i rarely see people in the present take pictures like this. is it an equipment limitation thing?
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>>3324933
I do know what's up. Thanks.
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>>3324697
well it's mostly fashion in image taking.
but then also
i'm sure you've had that thing happen to you where you are standing in some room looking at something, pottery or whatever, but when you try to take a picture you find that it's all zoomed in, even though you can see it with your eyes just fine.

same thing with portrait photography
if you want a standing figure without distortion you need some solid lens technology. either a long lens where you have to stand far away to get the whole figure or a very wide lens, but then there is distortion. a 50mm often only gets you a cropped image with no distortion

and the painting bits of the question, thing about how generally your eyes see a lot more (wider fov) than a 50mm lens can
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>>3324839
source
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>>3325108
http://taipeigeek.blogspot.com/2018/05/jason-lanier-removed-as-sony-artisan.html?m=1

Sony scrubbed him completely from their Artisan website too.
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>>3324880
hahahaha

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>>3324595
ok photo of an awesome location.
Straighten it, shoot a little higher so there boring weeds aren't in the way and get rid of the cheese border and it's good
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>>3325028
Wrong again. Everything is pointing to the right. The far right building is tilting due to either vertical pan or because the building itself is leaning

I have to assume you're trolling by this point or blind and retarded
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>>3325069
>Everything is pointing to the right
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>>3325069
Everything left and right from the center lean toward it. Are you trolling?

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How Can I take good pictures with cell phone?
I use my cell phone to take selfie and pictures the places where I pass.

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You can start with reading the god damn sticky
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You can't, see >>3322058 instead
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>>3324920
SEE: >>3320587
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>>3324920
You learn and practice composition and learn how ambient light in different lighting conditions and time of day affect your images.
Look up golden hour and basic compositions.

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Read the sticky first!

Post anything gear related, cameras, lenses, filters, bags, tripods, other accessories (clothing, fancy straps, Leica) etc...
Post your question here, instead of starting a new thread about which lens to buy or what are the best beginner cameras.

And don't forget, be polite!

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New thread: >>3325218
>>3325218
>>3325218
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Was repairing my rangefinder and lost a screw. What do?

Found a twig of the same dimmensions on the floor, while looking for it though. Killed me.
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>>3325159
A lot of porn you probably watch has a slight fisheye. It makes a big difference if it's slight and unnoticeable. I've got a small dick.
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>>3322058
6 or 7 years ago I did a tonne of research and bought myself a Canon 600d which I still use and abouse to this day, I really like it but I'm wondering is it time to move on? Considering I use the camera on occasion for professional use I'm wondering is it worth upgrading to a new pro-sumer canon and whether they are much better nearly a decade on?
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>>3326629
I should have explained the limitation of the 600D I find the most annoying is the ability to take multiple photos in quick succession.

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So I want to print my pictures, but how should I go about it?
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>>3324936
start by taking pictures worth printing
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>>3324936

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>>3324936
The one you have with you



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