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Go /p/ro:
• Please post images that are JPG format, smaller than 1 MB, and/or about 1000 pixels on the longest side.
• Expect to be judged harshly. Learn to deal with it.

Want:
• We come here for photos, so post yours as often as possible, even if "image unrelated" to your text.
• "Flickr/500px/Tumblr/Facebook/Portfolio" threads are for critique and networking
• Use "Recent Photos" threads if you are shy or only want to post a couple of photos.
• Shared raw files which we can collectively edit for discussion of post-processing techniques, are encouraged.
• Use the catalog to consolidate similar topics (photographic themes, images or technical gear threads)

Do Not Want:
• Go to >>>/r/ for specific Photoshop requests.
• Gear threads are discouraged, but identified as necessary. Many users simply hide these threads.


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ITT I'll dump what I've taken today.

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fire gange lort.
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>>2619298
Thanks, I have no objection to what you said except >nauseating

Those are technically NOT nauseating, they are fried dough, like donut, but with added syrup. Syrup+Fried=Delicious
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>>2619243
I like the color grading, photo is shit.

>>2619245
Man, what the fuck...

>>2619248
Man, what the fuck...

>>2619249
Man, what the fuck...

>>2619253
>summer
Ye, also this is not /b/ but your critique is right.. but harsh....
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>>2619248
Wiso zum Fick is a damn dirty leaf in focus, while the interesting part of the way is not?
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>>2619243
Nice post progressing on this one, keep shooting and you should be able to take interesting pictures as well, the ones you posted aren't unfortunately

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Did Sony just cuck every other manufacturer?

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>>2619169
I actually lold at this
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>>2619113
>comparing one Sony sensor to another Sony sensor
>comparing a 12 MP "nightvision camera" to a 36 MP studio/landscape camera that doesn't even actually go to ISO 409,600, even in boost mode

>HURRR SONY IS DA BAWS, ALL OTHER BRANDS A SHIT

This is why the online photography "community" is in the toilet. Fuck you, PetaPixel.
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>>2619416
Kek. Right. Here's the whale that runs this site. He translates greek literature. He's smart.

https://youtu.be/-PTxbbwLvx0
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>>2619160
>>2619192

>>2619195
No, my exgf was a cuck. Girls can be cucks too. I specifically left because of thAt.
>inb4 shit ton of sex though
No, you're still a kid if you think that's cool
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>>2619478
>No, my exgf was a cuck. Girls can be cucks too.
Nope. Don't you people realize that you're not blazing new ground in slang, you're just sounding retarded.

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Photography is the only medium to cope with depression for me right now. I don't have any skills or talents other than taking average photos and really hate myself for it. Sorry for the /b/log, anyway, I want to share some photos from the past 2 weeks.
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>>2619465
Yeah, I'm using a simple point and shoot camera. Just focus on framing and click.
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>>2619474
Right on. Are you developing your film yourself or sending it in?

Also, photography is one of the best ways I know to treat my depression. Do you have any other photos you'd like to dump here?
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>>2619477
Actually I just started learning to develop bw two weeks ago, bought the 2nd hand tank, a rodinal developer, the ps camera, and 3 rolls of film (trix, rpx, and hp5). There are more photos but I choose the 3 best from each roll, the rest are not quite good at all imo.
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those are pretty nice. Good luck and have fun developing the films yourself.
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>>2619490
Cheers. I'm still not sure whether this is a good escapism from depression or not. I think taking black and white photos and wandering alone taking photo of strangers makes me feel guilty and more depressed.

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Gear thread.

If you have questions about a new camera, what lenses to buy and anything related to gear or wondering about getting into photography, post it in this thread.
Do not attempt to make a new thread for your new Rabal, broken glass and being new. You have been warned!
I repeat, ANYTHING GEAR RELATED goes in here!

And don't forget, be polite!
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>>2619449
Yes.
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>>2619385

In terms of digital, nothing under 100 dollars will produce decent photos.

Photography can be quite and expensive hobby to be honest. I think that you're best bet is buying a film point and shoot or an SLR if you don't mind the weight.


Isn't Russia full of Zenit-E?

Point and shoot, I'd look for an Olympus XA.


Yes I guys I know developing film is expensive too, but what would you suggest for a 100 dollars budget?
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>>2619426
>>around 500 bux i might ad that i'm going to be buying this stuff used
>>2619428
>>as far as what i wanna take pics of idk whatever i think is interesting. I dont really care about size either
Get a K-50 and its kit lens (18-55 WR). It fits within your budget, it can do anything someone at your level needs, and it has some Nice Things that aren't often found at this price point that you'll appreciate later on if you get more into the hobby.
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>>2619455
check this hipster out.
you can get a nex f3 for $200 new.
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>>2619459
thank you seems like it's exactly what i might be looking for

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If you have more than 4 photos then make another thread

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May we all adopt the good habit which is resizing our photos... and not shitting our pants when others don't.

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>>2619420

is it a photo of lizard doing pushups on the beach?
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Sorry about the white borders. Only way I know how to resize on my phone.
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>>2619489
C&C pls?
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Nimis

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Last auto thread hit the limit

Post your car shots here

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I study Photography at university and I feel getting a flickr/FB account for my photography is long due. The problem is that I suffer from really bad social anxiety and I get really down when I don't get many likes because I don't have many friends.

My photography gets really good feedback from my tutors and even here on 4chan, yet when my classmates post their projects they get hundreds of likes and when I post my work I get less than 5, 10 tops (not that I do it often, I've probably made 5 posts in a year). All the people from my class already have at least a couple hundred followers in their photography accounts but if I make one I doubt I could get even 10.

I wanna start a new FB account with pseudonym so I can post whatever without worrying about anyone judging me but I am not sure where to find friends to get started. I also wonder if I should put my picture in the profile so whomever friends me know they're friending a real person, but then that also gives me a lot of anxiety and if I just use an architectural picture or something I feel no one will friend me because it will look like a fake account.

Any ideas what should I do?
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>>2619287
Oh FFS i just realised my Facebook name is on the URL. Hold on Ill re do it
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>>2619259
Wow you sure seem to know a lot about anxiety
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>>2619297
https://500px.com/asararai
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>>2619297

Niggy has it all figured out.
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If they already have followers, of course they'll get more activity on their postings. You're basically intimidated that you waited to long to work on your social media presence

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moon thread. post your best moons.

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Taken with canon 250 5.6 cropped like a mofo from my 50d with flimsy bs tripod

not bad for first attempt?

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Another...
Can you first couple of posters link the telescopes you guys are using? They look insanely sharp

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>>2619329
>>2618379
Using this (skywatcher 200/1000mm reflector)
http://www.astroshop.eu/skywatcher-telescope-n-200-1000-explorer-bd-neq-5/p,14991

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Pee!

I'd like to ask your help in selecting a medium format camera. From what I've seen Hasselblad photos seem like they are always sharper and have more tones than the competitors, taking into account skill of the photographer and looking at a large quantity of photos taken with each camera.

So I am mainly interested in Hasselblad, granted I see go for about $300 more than say Mamiya or Bronica which are my second most interested cameras. Any advice I could receive from you friends would be greatly appreciated. I'm going to a used camera store later today to get the exact models of the Medium format cameras I've seen there.

Also a few general questions:
Are calculations for light meters different when using medium format? Would f3.8 be the same aperture size for a medium format lens as a 35mm? I know that medium format presents greater DOF at the same F-stop value.

For the same ISO rating on 120 and 135 film, it would show up less severe on 120, because there's more surface area to look at correct?

What is your preferred Medium Format and why?

My current cameras: X-T1, Minolta Maxxum StSi, Shitty shit Olympus OM-10 I don't use but dont have the heart to get rid of.


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>>2619384

Jokker. Long time no see.
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>>2619390

:D Just when you think you're snowflake, you realize every other fag is there, taking the same shot </3
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>>2618237

>please purchase by all means

Dat subtle passive-aggressiveness.
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>>2619384

That looks a lot like Germany. Holy shit.
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>>2619395

should have stopped down.

I thought I really needed a metered prism and paid like 80 bucks for one. Since then I barely use it anymore. When I'm doing MF, it's not for fast snapshots, so I don't mind guesstimating exposure or using a lightmeter. I feel like it's a waste of money. Giant viewfinder is nice but the metered prism is just unnecessary.

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>>2619051
I don't disagree with you for the most part, but I think you have to at least give uncle terry some credit. He's legitimately good at what he does, whether you like it or not. He very consistently manages to get all sorts of celebrities to cooperate with him to fit into his style. Not many people can take photos of their spread assholes and then take photos of beautiful naked celebrities and then take photos of himself ejaculating all over these celebrities and then take photos of the president of the united states and make it all fit together.

So I guess that means that Terry's magnum opus and the logical conclusion to his work would be a photo of himself ejaculating all over the president of the united states.

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>>2619059
>He's legitimately good at what he does,
So is Justin Beiber

>and then take photos of the president of the united states
I doubt that the president, or his team, knew much about him before the shoot and probably doesn't even pay much attention now.
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>>2619075
>I doubt that the president, or his team, knew much about him before the shoot and probably doesn't even pay much attention now.
Surely someone would've thought to at least google the guy's name during the process of vetting him to be in close contact with the president, right?

Then again, maybe the secret service agents OK'd everything as soon as Terry offered them some blow and cheap whores.

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>>2619075
>I doubt that the president, or his team, knew much about him before the shoot
Is this a fucking joke? Do you have even a single shred of evidence to support this idea or is it just the best way you've come up with to rationalize how someone you don't personally like got a fucking fantastic gig by being good at what they do, and you can only square it by saying "well he just got lucky"
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>>2619013
I have NO problem with TR, but you could definitely diss him, be able to do better...and then not have any interest in shooting girls like he does

Hello professionals of the photoshop, y just want to ask if anybody could help me with a little problem I have.

A friend of mine pass me a photo (the one i'm going to put here) asking me if I could "erase" the girl on the left, despite i'm not good with the photoshop, i recently have an argument with my friend and i would like to make the photo a "peace gift".

So, if anyone could make it i would be very very grateful.
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Please don't come back

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Don't do this. People pay money for this sort of thing, because it's tedious and time consuming. If you're lucky and some no good faggot actually does it for you, you're only contributing to ruining a profession.
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>>2619444

trips for keks
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some one should remove the person and leave the hand.
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>>2619444
"Wah, I'm a starving artist who can't make money because people do my job for free. Wah!"

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happy hamerica day.
I got rained on and shit, have some snaps.
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>>2619095
>>2619247
>>2619336
Top cucks.
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>>2619085
>>2619098
bretty nice
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ok, some actual c&c

both pictures I quoted are nice. good composition and lighting, they communicate a peaceful, pleasant mood.

>>2619086
I like the idea of underexposing backlit subjects to put emphasis on their silhouettes but it would look much better with a thinner dof and better, more central framing.

>>2619088
framing is much too tight

>>2619089
would look decent if it was in focus and without the arm on the right

>>2619090
nice composition but a bit too tight, feels cramped

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>>2619340

Says the guy rushing to defend his almost-certainly taken fair maiden.

The irony is so thick you could spread it.
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>>2619088
did you use a flash here? The light shining on those two seems kind of odd
>>2619091
I like this one
>>2619096
favorite out of these
>>2619316
too much going on for me. Especially that dead piece of wood is kind of distracting without it
>>2619321
done hundreds of time, but yeah fairly decent

Rest are meh or just bad

ITT:
>post your most recent flickr pic (medium size)
>post what country you live in
>post your flickr
>follow your countrymen's flickr

Nederland / Netherlands

https://www.flickr.com/photos/mohsenblur/
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>>2619396
>master photography before photo editing

Photo editing is a part of the process.

inb4 photoshop is the devil
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>>2619305
how get that many followers? how shoot girls' legs and not look like an creep?
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>>2619379
ok, glad I didn't piss you off.. wasn't my intention ;)

>>2619402
to be honest, I got some scripts that show me who follows me back and marks those people who don't red. I follow about 3000 people on a weekly basis and delete those who do not follow me back after 2-3days. Going to delete those in 2 days or so and I'm going to be back at ~7000 people I follow.
Those are my girlfriends legs and I took it while we were out in the city when her family visited us.
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Austria
https://www.flickr.com/photos/131942315@N04/

Nothing good though
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USA, Washington

https://www.flickr.com/photos/atenhaus/

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Just got myself an olympus em10 because I'm in Korea and gonna travel to Thailand, Japan, and Hawaii before I go home, and I have found that taking pictures of flowers that look halfway-decent is trivially easy, but taking pictures of far-away things is a bit difficult. Any tips on taking pictures of things like temples/palaces, etc?

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Shit, just glanced at the sticky before this posted. Sorry about the size.
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>>2619103
Read further and get the appropriate lenses for your needs.
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>>2619102

walk closer so that you can takes photos from close up which is trivially easy.


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