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Hello guys, its been some time...
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>>3309300
I think they are bland pictures that would work better if i develop a more extensive body maybe, but i think that your idea of a good photo is very basic. At least thats the impression i get of your critique. Its similar to say that a movie is bad because is "slow".
I am not saying that the pictures are not utter shit, but if thats the case, you are just on point by chance.
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>>3309306
"Slow" movies, the good ones, often focus a lot on exactly subject and composition.
These snapshots, I refuse to call them photos, look like you just walked around, saw something you liked, and went "SNAP", as is the style currently. You put no thought at all into how you were shooting these. You did not take a walk around those oranges to find a good angle for a photo; you just pressed the shutter.
It's perfectly fine too, because you're obviously new. Getting out and about and opening your eyes and actually pressing the shutter is all you need to do at first, but if you want something worth submitting for critique you'll have to put some thought into it.
Or get very lucky.
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>>3309311
Actually, I think they might be persimmons rather than oranges. Sorry.
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>>3309311
shut the fuck up you dont know shit
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>>3309982
Nice argument.

nvm me

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hola señor y señorita, como estas
greetings from Santiago
hope my favourite group of anons are having a great day, it's a shame otherwise.

If life is giving you lemons, it probably has a crush on you.

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last for now, probably for the thread, burn after reading

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I'm trying to make photos look creepy from broad daylight in GIMP 2.10 (Latest). I am able to mess around with the saturation, curves, and get a hue going, but it doesn't look all that great. Is there anything you recommend that could help achieve that kind of effect?

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>>3309400
the key is foreground

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>>3309883
kek
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>>3309883
destroyed this one as well, next one....

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>>3309883
was this shot out of your lambo?
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>>3309400
you could have fucked with the white balance of your camera and a flash for a much better looking picture.

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What is the best wide angle (< 35mm) takumar lens?

Also, let's discuss takumar lenses.
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>>3309197
Oh yes I saw somewhere that Helios are good lenses, however always wondered what these 44, 77 mean
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Well, I absolutely love my 45mm f4 on the Pentax 6x7. About 22mm equivalent in 35mm.
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>>3309006
The old carl zeiss jena lenses are very nice, especially the one with a little 1Q logo.
You can also find some schneider kreuznach lenses in m42. They are very sharp.
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>>3309405
Just a model number.
Helios 40-2, despite it's name, have focal length of 85mm.
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>>3309734
Ok thanks, so the 40 stands for the range of the lens and the 2 for the version number, right?

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Finally have a small pile of edited photos from my backpacking trip through SE Asia. Still have dozens of rolls to scan and dozens more to develop.

Posting some photos I'm not certain about, so critique is encouraged. My hope is once everything is developed/scanned I can edit the trip down to 30-40 images and make a zine.

Camera and film info in the EXIF. Some of these scans are potato scans, sry.

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>>3307526
Stop carrying your camera around with you for a month. You'll start seeing shots and wishing you had it.

>>3307699
thx

>>3307792
Thanks Dill, you're rad.
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Found some scans still left on my camera so I'm editing a few.

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These are beautiful, they make me want to be a better photographer. And also shoot more slide film. My portra scans from SEA feel so dull looking at these.
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>>3309732
Thanks anon, that's an awesome thing to hear.

The great thing about Portra is how much you can play with it in Photoshop. No reason keeping you from playing with contrast/saturation in post.

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>>3309732
Hell, here's a Portra 400VC shot converted to BW.

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How does one make money from photography?

I'm not talking like Rockefeller millions here, but can you make beer money off of photography?

What do you do? Start a blog and shill yourself?
Is photojournalist a real career?

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Get gud and make sure people like you. Life is a popularity contest.
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Wedding photography is the easiest way to make money but that certainly doesn't mean it's easy. It's taken me several years to create a successful business and a lot of perserverence.
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>>3307400
>I think there's some money in stock photos but I don't really know how to get into that.
You need friends who won't mind being in boner pill ads and an appreciation for downright corny shots and yuri arcurs. Also really good lighting rigs, insane attention to detail and flawless technical skills. If you ever want to improve massively, try to make a stock photo portfolio that would get you accepted. 11 flawless photos which instantly express different concepts that people will pay for. Somewhere in there was the moment that expensive glass, real models, and paid editing workshops started making sense to me on a personal level.

Just do real estate.

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>>3306746
>How does one make money from photography?
Sell cameras, and equipment.
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I do retouching as my main job. I've done it for several different companies and so I've worked with a lot of people who know I do that and that I can also shoot products. So those people end up sending work my way because they know I'm reliable. I make about $30k/yr shooting on random nights and weekends in addition to my normal salary.

green is bad
red is good
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>>3307931
>film gear thread
>gear
its general my dude.
/fgt/ isn't a film gear circle jerk (well it does happen) we actually post photos in there too and discuss shooting techniques, etc.

>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!
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not sure why i even come here anymore
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>>3307951
it would further make my point you idiot, and that’s the opposite of selective jfc you’re retarded
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>green bad
>red good
who the fuck taught you this, the symbolism of those two colors is exactly the opposite even for the most autistic people
seriously how did you end up doing this I want to know

I agree with most of the "green" ones though but now I'm thinking this is some psyops shit to get us to think that gear threads are green and this good to every person's usual understanding of green/red

Do you cross the road when it's red OP?
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>>3309515
ikr

should i cop a 6D with some speedlites and some decent Glass, or should i continue to save up for a 5dmkiii. currently doing weddings
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I bought a 6D and used the money I saved to buy a tamron 24-70 2.8 G1 along with a grip and spare batteries. glad I did that instead of getting the 5D III but I only shot concerts part time
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If this will be your first big boy camera, I'd recommend the 6D, and a 24-105 L lens.

If not, save up for the 5D

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previous threads >>3301541 >>3295231 >>3299271

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>>3308376
that's pretty cute
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>>3308677
thanks anon
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>>3307980
Neat, but the photo doesn't add much to what's already there. Streak those clouds perhaps

>>3307982
Fantastic location. I'd like it a lot lower or some foreground to pull me into the rolling hills but I don't know if it was possible at the location so nice shot regardless

>>3308004
Resize. Also get lower and pull me in or isolate your subject more

>>3308300
The foreground should be cropped out imo, makes it busy and muddled overall. It also needs more range for the gloominess/evening to have any impact, which the sun would be perfect for here

>>3308315
Pano's are traditionally boring but this breaks up the format in here at least. Brighten up your foreground


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>>3306151
that kid looks possessed, what did you do to the whites of his eyes? perfectly taken, but the post processing...
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>>3309172
>Bottom third of the image adds nothing.
Except depth and scale, but i guess they dont teach that on /p these days
Only thing here that should be cropped out is the glass fence.
>The people add nothing
I'll use this line next time anyone tries to post a street photo.
>This is a tourist snapshot and feels like one.
Well, gee, if tourists can find a specific place to perfectly align two different monuments as well as giving them a nice foreground with something going on in it, then waiting for the right combination of sunlight and nice, smooth sky so that the monuments are properly exposed whilst the foreground is bathing in the sun...
Who needs photographers anyways?

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>tfw you fell for the DSLR meme
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>>3297157
XA-1 doesn't have a view finder
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>>3297145
>mirrorless
hows that battery life fairing? Oh, and the autofocus?
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>>3297164
No mirror
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>>3307649
the battery is just about as good as a canon camera

the AF is so much better its not even funny
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I'm so fucking tired of the Church of the Mirrorless Camera. It's worse than the Church of Olympus. It's mostly pushed by Sony fags who seem to have an inferiority complex despite all of Sony's tech. Fuji fags seem pretty well rounded to me, maybe because they have less to prove as Fuji has hit its stride and niche.

Mirrorless advantages:
* EVF is great for exposure preview.
* Weight can be, but is not always, an advantage.
* AF better in some situations (i.e. eye tracking).
* Adaptability of lenses and vintage glass.

DSLR advantages:
* OVF is better in some respects (no lag; no slideshow effect during burst shooting; no heavy grain in low light).
* Only Olympus seems to build truly robust, weather sealed bodies. Sony blows it here. If you want a tank with APS-C or FF you need an upper tier DSLR.
* AF better in some situations (i.e. fast, responsive sports tracking).
* The big two, Canon and Nikon, have extensive lens libraries and excellent pro support.

That's about it. Buy what fits your needs and go shoot.

Hey just saw this photo shoot that famous photographer Annie Leibovitz did with the Pope. I'm just curious, what kind of camera is she using there? It has to be some kind of insanely good camera if someone of her stature would be using it. Any one mind filling me in on the brand? Thanks in advance.
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>>3309382
Maybe I misunderstood you.
I thought you were implying that she's a good photographer because I remembered that photo.
Would you please explain to me what you did mean with that post if it wasn't that?
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>>3308950
this, she is shit
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>>3309019
>It's almost as if good photographers (and Annie Leibovitz) aren't limited by their gear and know how to get the results they want with whatever camera they choose.
Almost.
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>>3309393
she isn't shit. stop being an edgy tool.
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>>3309393
Her Rolling Stone run is good.

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I plan to backpack through Norway next month.
How do you guys pack your /p/ stuff when you travel?
I have 1 body and 2 lenses.

Do you just wrap your stuff in clothes, or do have a smaller bag to pack within your main bag? Don't tell me you wear all that shit in a separate bag. That must be uncomfortable as fuck.
Sorry if it sounds stupid but this will be my first time traveling with a "real" camera.

not sure if pic related
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I'm looking for a very small bag insert to fit in a messenger or backpack without consuming all the space in it. I'd get the case and call it a day if it fit primes instead of just the pancake zoom that I don't have. They don't seem to make bag inserts in the size I'm looking for, MFT is tiny.

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>>3309187

I have this.
Probably it's not a really good backpack for photography, but I really like it because is perfect to carry my camera, two additional lenses, a tripod, all my non photography gear and enought clothes for a 3 day trip.
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>>3309248
Are your lenses and camera in a separate pocket from other stuff?
Do you wrap it in anything?
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>>3309296

National Geographic NG W5071
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>Huntvp Camera Insert Bag
>5.11 RUSH 12

Recently got this combo and I love it.
With molle I strapped a generic dump-pouch on one side for a tripod and a Hazard 4 Jelly Roll lens pouch on the other.

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BEACH THREAD
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Saving u 2.
GJ everyone that posted so far...
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>>3285678
fuckin fantastic
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>>3285678
This gives me flashbacks of previous relationships :( nice photo!
>>3289644
This is really pretty but that big ass burnt mark detracts from it.
>>3299153
hnnnngg
>>3300083
Jackob's ladder?
>>3300371
Thank you very much
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>be me
>find box of tmax 100 from 2002 in freezer
>looksgoodtome
>go out and shoot, meter at iso 50
>develop in D76 as normal
>sheets are blank, not even the letters on the edge show up
>dump a sheet in daylight into a tray of developer
>turns black as it should

Pic related. What did I do wrong /p/?

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>>3309327
>4x5
Movements, my friend.
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I would bet on the developer being expired too. In daylight the sheet was so heavily exposed that the dev probably managed to turn it black, but it didn’t have the strength to bring out a correct exposure. That’s what I think at least, but I’ve not used D76. I just know the mixed stock doesn’t have a great shelf life.
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>>3309312
5 minutes with Ilford rapid fix
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>>3309327
So for the $200 I spent on a view camera and a really nice Schneider lens, which digital camera will give me the same resolution and perspective control?
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>>3309467
You need 10 min for Tmax.



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