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Old thread >>3022311

This is the Film General Thread: "Long Exposure" Edition.

This is a place to post about anything film related. Processing, scanning, developing, gear, etc is all fair game.

Have fun! Remember, there are no stupid questions, only stupid answers.
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>>3026946
I'd try to get a camera that isn't so complicated in terms of electronics. Those are old and old electronics are a bit sketchy.

On muh way to Seoul with an XA2 and a bunch of Provia. Sunny skies ahead.
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>>3026850
>old DSLR
>film
>DSLR

my man what do you think the D in DSLR stands for
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Got a Nikon FE and a Nikor MK3 50 mm 1.8 pancake lens. Both are in pristine condition and are such a leap in build quality from a canon AE-1.

Can't wait to get my first test roll done.
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bumping the thread with a bit of Australiana.

Acros 100 in Ilfosol 3

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Scanned a peel apart instant film positive.

Fp-100b

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Post all your recent photos for critique/commenting.

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>>3027034
>>3027033

Were these taken with film? I really like the grainy look of them.
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Sticky below (Still needs work)
> - READ THE STICKY IF YOU'RE NEW
http://pastebin.com/WajU1V5d

Previous thread
>>3010961

So what’s everyone working on?
Anyone got anything to share with the class?
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>>3026975
don't be so stupid, my god. educate yourself a bit. firstly you have to calibrate the system properly, so that it does not move or spin at all when moving your hand, even fast and with a quick stop. and then of course you put two fingers to the rod right under the cardanic suspension to control the z-axis spin. then practise, practise ..
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>>3027001
Filmed this with a mobile phone. The tilting is very noticeable.
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>>3027016
>>3027001
Was inspired by this video. Saw it here on /p/ a year or two back.
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Anybody have any audio/video equipment recommendations compatible with the Panasonic Lumix G7? I'm not talking about lenses so much as I'm talking about microphones, preamps, monitors, gimbals, etc.
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Is there a site where people upload their footage for free, for use in other projects?

I just like to mess around with After Effects, etc. and I can't really film stuff myself.

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A tree in the middle of an empty field is a nature photographers ace in the hole. You know I'm right.

Also

Post nature photography ITT

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>>3026547
Yeah, tourists don't know what a bin is
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>nature photography
Looks more like a landscape thread to me.

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>>3026937
what is that background? Photoshopped?
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>>3027021
Appears to be a texture layered over it as a filter. Only the sky is light enough for it to really show, though, so it almost looks like a backdrop.
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>>3026981
nice man

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>>3026815
depends on what you want to shoot
neither of those lenses have ideal blur capability, and neither is great for macro. you're also missing super-telephoto and super-wide, plus you don't have perspective-correction/tilt-shift
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I want to screw around with a macro lens since I've never really had one before, any old models I should keep an eye out for as I look around?

Quality isnt the greatest factor here since I certainly dont need perfection.

(For Nikon f mount)
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>>3026852
Hmmm, looked it up and only found them at around 600€.

Thanks though
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>>3026840
Okay, I think I'll try the camera first at a store and then maybe buy it. Thank you for the info.
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Cross-posting my request from /vid/:

Anybody have any audio/video equipment recommendations compatible with the Panasonic Lumix G7? I'm not talking about lenses so much as I'm talking about microphones, preamps, monitors, gimbals, etc.

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I'm a novice trying to improve my film photography

I live in Australia and I'm being ruined by film development costs ($20 - $30 per roll including scans)

I can't decide whether to keep forking out to the lab or start developing at home

what kind of tank should I buy? do I need stainless steel or is a plastic tank okay?

what do I do with the negs once they're done? do I just take them to a lab? that'll still cost me $10-$15 for scans

my plan so far is:

>using stand development technique
>placing the tank in a cooler full of water @ 20deg celsius
>Compard R09 developer and Ilford Rapid Fixer

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Yes you should, its a no-brainer. First step is to determine the volume of containers you will need based on how often you plan to soup film. 1L capacity minimum is the prudent start point. I personally usually shoot 20-30 rolls and then do a big souping session, if you're of my ilk then you'll need larger containers. Next buy a paterson tank, the super system 4 or larger. My advice would be to get the 5 roll tank if you're shooting a lot; it'll save you processing time though you'll have to mix larger quantities of chemicals. Buy the graduated pitchers with handles and some storage bottles. Get your Chemistry. Don't forget the thermometer. Clips. Syringe (not needle type) for liquid concentrates. Stir stick.

Next choose a developer.
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>>3026757
>>using stand development technique
Great plan for ensuring failure.
Using your rodinal at 1:50 give you drastically shorter dev times, much better consistency, and you will still develop between 35 and 40 rolls from your $25 200ml bottle.
Question how badly you need to save 50 cents a roll before you decide to fuck your film on purpose.
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>>3026860
6$ per roll? shit my local place does it for around 3€ plus prints
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>>3026945
3€ per roll? shit my local place does it for free, then the owner's wife sucks me off
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Today I managed to get off my sorry ass and go out to take pictures for the first time (since it was one of the few occasions I had some sunlight after work). It's the first time I'm "in public" but haven't managed to take pictures of people because that shit's scary yo

I tried to have some kind of basic idea for each picture that made it, and although the execution is usually shit, I hope I can get some pointers to what could've been done to improve the shot (even if it's boring). I think I like symmetry and geometry and such. I suck at exposure and lighting, only noticed I had ISO manually set to 200 about half way into my trip...

So anyway, I'm just gonna dump some and you people can bash them (I read that if you need to explain what you were going for, you failed)

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I am a beginner as well, kudos OP you're doing well imo, I think you have the eye for photography.
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>>3023685
I had the exact same problem a few weeks back!

some other anon kinda hinted to it, and googling later I ended up just doing it the lazy way most of the time, and in Lightroom setting the WB from "As Shot" to "Auto"; auto works fine, but sometimes I actually want something different and then I adjust the temperature a bit myself

but in short: I mess with the temperature, since my camera rarely gets it right (especially if it's not sunny daylight aka all the time here)

the WB/Temp settings are at the top of the Basic panel in Lightroom, if that's what you're using

I think what you're doing usually achieves the same purpose, but then you're limiting other things; I'd first mess with the WB/Temp before going into specific color calibrations
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well since this is somehow still alive, might as well

Lessons learned today:

1. rain can help quite a bit to get more light at night

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2. with a 50mm equivalent, getting stuff to fit is weird at first, and quite easy to forget how narrow the dof is at f/1.7 (but it's a new lens so eh)

still, somehow not having zoom feels...better; there's one less thing to think about so +1 for primes, even though I've read that a lot of pro's kinda see them as for beginners
>which I am

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3. the first shot is the hardest, and getting in the mood works almost the same as when playing an instrument: it takes a bit until you get into it and after that it's more on impulse

but somehow, at first, everything looks boring and meh and mnah

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Post your new photos for critique. b nice.

Old thread >>3023129

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>>3026907
theres a slider in lightroom for removing fringes like this, but in such pronounced cases as this, it can cause other artifacts..
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>>3026642
I'm in love..
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>>3026642
mai waifu
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We need a new thread. Image limit was reached in this one.
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>>3025234
>>3027003

>>3027013
>>3027013
>>3027013
>>3027013
>>3027013

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Post your new photos for critique. b nice.

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Sup /p/

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switching to a crop, slight tone adjustments to balance loss of light source

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>uses 5Ds
>literally the worst image quality i've seen so far
what is happening NG
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>>3026638
cctv lens or something i guess.
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>>3026638
Mixture of shooting in a fishtank or in a room filled with fake smoke, f22-f32, and the lawoa 15mm being terrible and amazing at the same time.

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Trying astrophotography.

c&c would be loved. First night out, so still learning how to focus and find best iso and shutter to avoid star trails/

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minimum shutter speed without star trails = 500 / (focal length x crop factor). Looks pretty good.
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It's an awesome photo. Particularly for your first try. One thing to note is the white balance of the image. Its a bit hard with such contrasting WB's but you could try to make the sky black by increasing the Kelvin and reducing then applying a filter over the trees to reduce the Kelvin. If you are in the southern hemisphere i would recommend as well waiting for like 2 hours before sunrise to capture the milky way.

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Post pictures of stoves you've taken.

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10/10 films? I need an extremely cinematic as well as story rich movie to watch. Pic obviously related.
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>>3024225
fucking boss as film. Someone actually posted this. This is what Drive ripped off.

>>3024207
it didn't

>>3024284
Yes! Epic stuff

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i need more of these
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Aguirre, Wrath of God

No subtitles on this one, but not needed for the first 5 mins anyway
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_nFmx__VxM

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OP. If you truly want great cinematic art don't listen to these guys and their 8/10 films.

Watch Tarkovsky, Bergman and perhaps >>3026974.

And continue from here with Bella Tarr, Von Trier, Rohmer etc. etc.

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wtf i hate photography now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d16LNHIEJzs
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>>3026956
so butthurt
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>>3026958
Not at all, you are the poor fuckers that have to live with it
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>>3025230
In short:

Early color film had shit dynamic range, so the darkies got crushed (literally).
But they quickly developed new techniques to widen the dynamic range and render everything just fine.

OMG WHY DIDN'T WHITE PEOPLE NOT INVENT HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE FILM INSTANTLY???
WHY DID IT TAKES SOME YEARS? - DAS RACIST!!!!!
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>>3026883
There were no white slave owners in Africa except in the Congo and in South Africa.

(there were plenty black slave owners all over Africa though, and still are today)
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>>3026969

The video never called it racist. That's your own white fragility my man.

Also,

>"early" color film
>all film for 90 years

Pick one.



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