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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.
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Who here /clean/gear/?

>Previous Thread
>>3381182

Forays into cleaning lenses, made do with warm-moist breath, fresh pack of soft q-tips, and a can of compressed air.

Wasn't sure about risking any of the microfibre cloths or glass cleaner fluid, but still noticed ever so slightly fine micro-scratches (we're talking many little ones perhaps a micrometer wide). I suppose its impossible to avoid, and it's not visible on images.

>Also new /gear/ thread. Discuss

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>>3394117
A little update on the tripod: the q666c seems to be holding up better than I expected, there was some wind at the foreshore where I was using it but it was stable even with two legs and the top extended. I forgot to bring a release cable and there's a bit of wobbliness when you hand press the shutter, but a 10 sec timer took care of it.

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>>3394613
Post results in astro thread? And a link too pls.
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Should I get original Pentax K/M42 adapter (Japan) for my Pentax for $25 if I don't plan to get an M42 lens in the nearest future?
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My son wants to start a youtube channel after we talked for a bit about doing something different and "new." So we decided to focus on tourism in our local area but in a bit of a different way to try and stand out.

He needs a camera recommendation that is as cheap as possible but shoots at least 60 fps in 1080, has hand controls for zoom, and as good of a built in mic as possible. I think I'm talking about consumer camcorders. I do not know a ton about cameras. I have an open mind about recommendations.

He already has a GoPro5 but the audio hasn't been good enough during our tests and quite frankly, the footage is very... GoPro. He is developing his creativity and I'd like a camera that can help him achieve a more professional eye while still being cheap and easy to learn.

This is also the start of something. If he is successful, we can always upgrade our equipment later. Like a drone or something, but not now.

Ideas?
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>>3394793
Is this the power of 4chanel?

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Without photography, Id struggle to express myself to the outside world

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>>3394713
Well, thanks for stopping by.
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thats cause youre autistic and struggle with language. practice. it will improve. nice picture of a dead baby with a boner btw
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>>3394779
Nah bitch, I just like taking pictures

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Any thoughts about the FujiFilm X100F?

I'm looking to buy my first "professional" camera but I don't need to change lenses. I prefer one lense to use. Also it seems it would still fit into my jacket pocket while delivering good quality shots. What I also heard is that it seems to produce very good JPGs, so not much editing is needed. Still I would probably shoot in raw.

Only bad side so far seems to be the video function. No 4k and in general the samples don't look good. But that would be fine I guess.

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>>3394749
samyang 35mm is pretty compact no?
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>>3394756
True, and that does mitigate the issue somewhat for the system as a whole, but doesn’t negate my point that *Sony* doesn’t make a pancake for FE mount.
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>>3394754
just gonna leave this here
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>>3394749
Same here.

The sensitive eye sensor thing you can kind of fix. If you take a piece of electrical tape (or anything opaque that will stay there) and cover about half of the sensor's plastic cover (behind the removable eyecup) you can reduce the actuation point to where you can just about use it waist-level viewfinder style.
The exact placement is very sensitive though, sub-millimeter stuff, so it takes a while to get right.

The fact that there's no possible shortcut to manually change finder modes is one of those typical, incomprehensible Sony omissions that are super annoying but don't get covered in any reviews.

I sold my A7ii to go back to Fuji. No regrets, literally the only thing I miss is using old rangefinder lenses without a crop factor.
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>>3394774
Yep. I’m gonna try that eye sensor trick as soon as the special sensor-blocking tape I ordered gets here (there’s some special tape that only blocks a portion of light transmission that supposedly works better than blocking it entirely).

Also: the sony’s menus are a confusing morass without even a custom menu like Canon has to save settings you change frequently.

I became a wedding photographer so I can see beautiful moments like this
Why did you become a photographer?
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>>3393873
>Powerful
A cuck and his fat pity-wife
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>>3394510
You think wedding photography is the lowest form of photography because of the jealousy you feel every time you see two people happy on their wedding day. Sine you don't have a qt3.14 of your own, you lash out on the internet, trying to fill the void that is in your heart.
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>>3394604
nah, it is because it is devoid of creativity. No one care to see it if they aren't related to the couple, and the pay is shit
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>>3394562
Could be Germany, but that's it.
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>>3394562
gargantuan balls of lard disguised in humanoid form?

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I've been out of photography for about a year now (not my choice) and I'm getting back in.

I have $1200ish to spend. What should I be looking for on Black Friday? I want a good full-frame for landscapes, city, and some sports. What should I be looking at?
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>>3394697
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>>3394700
>8341129B-CC04-4216-8114-6AB2F5CA06BE.gif
>filthyfrank
am I allowed to call this out in 2018?
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>>3394704
>Using a 10 year old joke from South Park
>get a 10 year old shit post from me
Play stupid games win stupid prizes.
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>>3394693
I would have thought that Sony would have upgraded their firmware to make the tracking and speed better.

I suppose they aren’t wizards like Fuji, tho.

>>3394691
New or bust.
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>>3394737
15k on the shutter and perfect body.

Shot a pole dance show a few months back.
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>>3394541
maybe it was because the photocamera was digikal
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>>3394544
>Guessing one of them is hurr durrr film is gey Xd
Nah, film's fine.
>>3394592
>maybe it was because the photocamera was digikal
Nah, I own a bunch of film cameras. I even own an EOS RT that would've been able to use my 70-200/2.8 and shoot at 5fps.

I'll just tell you. And I actually thought of another.

1. Even disregarding the fact that I prefer shooting in color, the majority of shots were taken over ISO 3200, so even Delta 3200 would need an extra push. It's already grainy as fuck just at box speed (which is technically a push already), and going higher than that just makes it worse. Film is not "hurr durrr gey Xd", but it's not a good medium for low-light action shooting.
2. I shot 6012 photos. Delta 3200 costs $9 even before taking dev costs into account, so that would be over $1500. For that much, I could just pay someone to go buy me some more CF cards. If you add in development costs, I could just pay someone to go buy me some CF cards and another 5D Mark III. Even if you just narrow it down to the photos I didn't reject, that's 1164 photos (~$388 worth of Delta before developing). Even if you just narrow it down to the photos that ended up making the final cut, that's 301 photos (~$75 worth of delta, but positing a world where I'm a preternaturally good photographer who not only never misses a shot, but who is also able to hold back on taking GOOD shots because magically know a GREAT shot is going to happen)
3. Waiting for the buffer to clear on an SD card is frustrating as hell. Having to swap out a roll of film every 36 frames would be absolute torture. Hell, I actually had enough spare SD cards that I could've just shot the whole show on unused SD cards if I'd been willing to go through that frustration.
4. It takes a heck of a long time to go through all of the photos in Lightroom after this show. If you add in a step of developing and then scanning all of the shots first, it would go from taking me a few weeks to taking me a few years.
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>>3393984
Easily the best photo in this set. And thr cutest girl too.
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>>3394541
That is your fault for not keeping an emergency stash you cuck
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>>3394617
>he doesn't own MULTIPLE 70mm film backs so he could get 85 645 or 68 6x6 shots per roll

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Digital, film, modern, antique, instant, P&S.
All are welcome.
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>>3392574
I love that camera and haven't really used any other camera since I got it. Sometimes I'm thinking about getting an M2, but I don't really need it.
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Canon P
> 50mm 1.4
> 35mm 1.8
Nikkormat FT2
> 28mm 3.5
> 50mm 1.2
> 135mm 3.5
Canon Rebel T6 for movies
> two Rokinon cine lenses, the kit lenses, a few adapted old lenses
Texas Leica
> not interchangeable
Toyo 45G
> 16 film holders
> 120mm f/8
> 210mm f/5.6

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>>3392356
I had it for 3 years as my main, but now that I have a7iii I pretty much just use it as a cap for old lenses lol
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bump
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>repost

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Gold edition

Old thread: >>3389768
All film photography related questions and general discussion on film photography is to take place in this thread.
35mm, 120, large format, developing, scanning, labs, etc.
Feel free to post photos, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, aren't rich enough to own a Gold Contax T2

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Ektachrome 400X is pretty awesome for how old of a film it is. Saving the rest of my rolls of snow because I really like how it looks.

Anyone else shoot it before? Ektachrome 400X EPL.

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>>3394662
Another one

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>>3394662
>>3394683
These are neat!
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>>3394607
>>3394610
I've never edited negs before. All I know in light room is white balance, preset, crop

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I don't often see a whole lot of macro photography on this board. Why is that? Specialty gear, maybe? Doesnt matter, lets see your macro stuff /p/!

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>>3394247
Yeah, those happen almost all the time. You have to edit them out by finding and editing the mask layer that corresponds to the best in-focus image. Compound that by how much RAM having 25-100 images layers open at once takes up and trying to edit them. The process can take hours sometimes. Generally, the easiest way to remove those lines around the boarders is to keep them in mind when composing then cropping the image to remove them.

The more difficult problems are from occlusion. As the lens focuses, the rail moves, or the bellows moves the perspective of the lens element changes. Anything that blocks then reveals a portion of the subject, as you take photos for focus stacking, often times ends up with blurry outlines after focus stacking. Insects with whiskers and hairy sections are the worst times this happens. The more magnified the lens is the worse this can get since the working distance is so close and thus the perspective angle changes by a wide margin between images. Fixing it by hand can be maddening.

>7:1 example of occlusion problems with focus stacking, note the hair sections.

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>>3394006
Again nothing direct. I hardly ever focus stack since I work with lively subjects. The entomologist I know has one. Works well enough but it's still a fussy process.

If you want to get something silly you could get a gigamacro: http://www.gigamacro.com/

I've been looking into building a stacker/rotater for creating 3D photo based models but the learning curve will be steep.

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>>3394636
https://viewer.gigamacro.com/view/7np5k3kKlOYgxqiE?x1=2445588.74&y1=-106361.73&res1=0.78&rot1=0.00

>made with 629,370 photos
Holy shit.
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>>3394730
Yeah, it is pretty much the most uninteresting photo you could take.

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Does what it says on the tin.

Me: https://www.instagram.com/edward_neumann/

Now post your own!
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>>3393926
well anon its not a bad thing
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>>3393930

i don't think he is saying its bad. it just sucks to always be overshadowed by that idea
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I just started this IG account a week ago, my skills are very basic, I using my dad's Nikon D3200 and Lightroom to edit these. Constructive criticism welcome here, feel free to follow me as well

https://www.instagram.com/laurenmquinphotography/
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>>3394661
Seriously town down the post-processing and focus on composition, emotion, and storytelling. You have a bunch of uninteresting photos that you're trying to convert into something worthwhile with heavy split toning, HDR, etc. It won't work.
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>>3394763
tone down*

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I am looking to buy the Nikon D3500,
however there are 2 versions that i can see.
One with the VR lens, and a non vr.
Obviously the non vr is cheaper, should i go for VR or the cheaper Lens?
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>>3394760
Read sticky, delete this, post in /gear

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As someone who really doesn't think gear plays that large of a role into the quality of the content. I still have been wondering how much better an A7iii will be for stills over a GH5.

I've been a cinematographer for quite a number of years now and have extensive experience with raw video workflows/grading. I use a GH5 for personal travel projects but have been wanting to get into stills. How much will the A7iii benefit me in terms of what is achievable? The dynamic range , FF DOF, and autofocus speed all seems very inciting, but honestly I have no experience with taking stills and what is useful in a stills camera besides the obvious from cinema cameras(dynamic range, ability to recover shadows/highlights in post, etc) I have concerns with my GH5 for some aspects such as portraits, the smaller sensor makes throwing the background out of focus a bit more difficult, and with adapted lenses via a speedbooster, the autofocus is abysmal.
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>>3394750

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>>3394748
>Couldn't even prove he owned gear that he's fagging over.
Once again being this thick headed that you think I give a shit about gear when you're the ones who do since you care SOOO much about people using APSC. Literally been calling you guys gearfaggots for caring THIS much about gear.
Ya'll really got nothing better to do than sit at a computer desk and call others retards over what sensor is in the camera they own?
Post photos not specs
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>>3394751
>It’s the one with the pole dancers
Not surprised you're in this thread you photos are pretty amateurish
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>>3390651
An a7iii will not only be a few stops superior in the noise department, you'll get more usable shots period because it has superior tracking PDAF compared to the GH5's CDAF
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>>3394755
Maybe, but at least I posted a photo thread.

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/rpt/ - recent photo thread

old one is full of pics, here's a new one

• Post your most recent photo(s) that you wish to share and have others critique.
• 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.
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>>3394292
Hehehe, thank you very much.
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>>3394136
is that a tsunami?
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>>3394326
What's holding you back?

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From a few days ago

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