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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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I'll start with my own.

If I'm shooting with single point focus and I want everything in the frame to be in focus, use a smaller aperture, is that correct?
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>>2832339
not a lot, bit better ISO performance but just a newer feel to the body mainly
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>>2832357
Your camera might have a HDR (High Dynamic Range) mode which takes 3-5 images at different exposures and combines them into one HDR image.

This was designed specifically for that kind of thing. It allows you to keep details in the highlights (by retaining bright-area details from the most underexposed dark image), details from the shadows (by retaining shadow-area details from the overexposed image) and mid-tone details (from the normally-exposed image)
When any single exposure would lose either shadows or highlights (because the digital sensor can only handle a 5-stop spread from deepest to brightest), HDR allows you to compensate for this, with the drawback that as it takes multiple exposures (multiple pictures taken) to create the combined image, you'll want the camera steady to avoid blur (ideally on tripod and without a very long shutter speed)

"My camera doesn't have HDR mode" you say? Your RAW can do HDR either way, because it can be done in editors like photoshop. In-camera HDR is often just a way to save time instead of opening up photoshop (and some experts prefer the results from on-computer HDR generation more than the camera result anyway)
You still have to take 3-5 different exposure image copies (usually using exposure-bracketing so it does it automatically for you) on-camera if you want to do an on-computer HDR image, as you'll still need to combine the underexposed, normal and overexposed shots.

A lot of hipsters and my-first-camera art students use HDR to generate eye-bleeding overly colorful images because they don't understand why HDR was created.
Essentially, if the lighting isn't so extreme that your histogram is always losing a good chunk on the sides, then using HDR 3-5 exposures is a waste of time. In those situations just take 1 regular photo and raise the saturation and color settings in an editor later. Get the same eye-bleed without extra blur from compositing multiple shots and any movement of your hand or the subject.
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>>2832373
Thank you very much! Also, thanks to the other person who replied to me. I'll make sure to give that a try without making it look garish.
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>>2832334
>would my viewfinder be at the very least somewhat more presentable in an FF sort of way?
No, not really.
But it won't affect your photo taking. A larger viewfinder won't help you manually focus, because your focusing screen is still terrible for it, by design. A magnifier also doesn't add light, it merely magnifies, so you'll still be fairly dim.
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Do you prefer transfering a shooting using a USB cable, or are you okay with sticking your memcard in and out everytime?

Maybe it has been asked before, I don't check this thread a lot. But I know some people are scared of overusing their card slot mechanism and pins if they transfer stuff everyday or so.

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>>2832526
jeez couldn't you wait for a boat or something. Anything to add a little inteterest

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>>2832107
>>2832087
No. Let him keep the trip. All his posts are nicely filtered. Unlike moopco.
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>>2832107
Guys don't be mad, be rad :}}}}}
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>>2832151
Do you hear shitposters sing? Sing the songs of angry 'nons? It is the music of a people who will not wear their trips again!

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>>2832191
Let them eat kek

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Have you sonycucks started selling your gear yet? Before everyone wakes up and your stuff loses value

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>>2832384
pretty much exactly this desu
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>>2832384
>>2832427
Except every AF test on the a6300 with a GM lens shows that Sony blow away the competition in ANOTHER category.

So thats...
Best sensor
Best IBIS
Best lenses for IQ
Best autofocus

canikon on suicide watch
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>>2832453
worst interface
worst customer service
bad QC

yeah, has everything going for it lmao
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>>2831585
no
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>>2832453
>test
>takes great pictures of charts in controlled conditions
lol how much do they pay you for this drivel? Take the fucking thing out and try USING it. You'll soon find out what a pile of dogshite it really is.

Though I do realise that Sony users are more interested in the thing itself than they are in actually taking photographs with it so I guess usability doesn't matter much to them. So long as the lab tests look good on paper that's all the matters eh?

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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.
No pointless (brand) arguments and dickwaving allowed! You have been warned!

I repeat, ANYTHING GEAR RELATED goes in here!

And don't forget, be polite!

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i didnt even see this thread so im sorry but i made a new thread a while back but il just copy and paste what i said.

long story short im a NEET whos camera that my grandfather gave me broke due to getting in a car crash and my bag got fucked but i need to get a new one fast for a event coming up.
plus im really short on cash atm,is samsung WB1100F a good quality stater camera?
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>>2832448
That's what I meant. Wait and see the price drop. Also see the people putting their MKIII on the used market for cheap to get the new one.
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I recently got a canon 5d mk3 body with a 24-105mm lens. Now i'm looking to get a telephoto to shoot birds n shit with, right now im trying to decide between the canon 100-400 mk1 and the sigma 150-600 contemporary. Anyone have any experiences/recommendations with these or other teles for canon?
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>>2832517
100-400mm mkII
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>>2832523
alright thanks I'll check it out

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The last one is about to hit the limit
>>>2828746

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>>2832504
2/3

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>>2832505
3/3

The colors seem a little darker/contrasty because these are the files i used for printing.

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>>2832504
Blurry and distracting in bad light.

>>2832505
Nothing

>>2832506
Derp face and only uses like 1/3 of the total photo. Do you not have a viewfinder on your camera?
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First time doing stacking, tryna emulate the old kinetographs.

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Photos that give of a comfy vibe
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>>2832262

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>>2831500
its a nice shot the lighting looks good but that noise just takes a huge dump on everything
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>>2832265
fuck you my dogo dont need no fucking leash
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>>2832262
this reminds me of "the raft" which is not cumpfy :[

https://youtu.be/3-VdBmrTxDk
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>>2832262
Do people on /p/ even know what the concept of comfort is?? What the fuck? Who would want to spend time in this photograph for the sake of comfort???

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Sup /p/ I'm participating in a student gallery and hanging one of my pictures up. I need to buy a plexiglass and prematted frame for it. Now I want to print my image on a 13 x 19 luster print, what size frame should I get? My image is pretty square(because I fucked up a year ago) What do?

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Here is the image dimensions
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That's not a standard frame size. Either cut a mat or crop your image to 12x16.
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>>2832329
Idk if I can crop it. When filling out the application I said my print size was 13x19. Would it look bad if I go a size up? Sorry I'm just so new to this. I was kind thrown into this whole situation; I'm just a first year photography major.
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>>2832330
if you're a photo major just ask somebody at your school, they should know about printing. Anyway you wouldn't wanna print full bleed and hang that that just looks dumb. Print 12x18 on 13x19 and mat it in a 16x24 frame.
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>>2832327
That girls disgusted face as she looks at your tiny erect penis completely ruins your photo, by the way.

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Let's get real here: if you are using any other brand than Fuji, you are a fucking idiot. Not only do their cameras consistently produce the best images, but they are also the only manufacturer that does not skip on genuinely innovative technologies like Velvia (no, its not the same as using a filter, because its already in the JPG the moment you take a photo). Once Fuji finally buys out Sony, which will be sooner rather than later considering how much money Sony is loosing, they will also be able to start producing consistently better sensors that they will not sell to their competition like Nikon.

Question: how do you convince people not to buy inferior technology?
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>>2832253
AF in low light on an XT1
It's supposedly better on the XPro2 but I don't notice it.
Either way, it's one of the best AF lenses you can get for the system.
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>>2832251
>>2832256
>tfw Fuji 1st gen lenses will never have good AF
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>>2832267
I know, it's a shame. Even some of the later ones have hunting issues in middling to low light. You can certainly make do with most situations with all of them, but in low light, or with fast moving subjects, you really want the newest crop of lenses. Which are certainly not cheap.
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>>2832270
>TFW 16mm 1.4
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>>2832270
I own the 35 1.4 and borrowed the F2 from a friend, I shot both side by side for a week and I must say the F2 is faster but never to the point where it could get shots my 1.4 could not. I did a portrait session and some stuff in a skate park with it (XT1). I would say get the 35 1.4 and get the 23 wr f2 when it comes out. I'd rather 1.4 on my 50 than on my 35.

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- Imagine a flat wall.
- Great daylight.
- ISO is at the lowest settings.
- But you still want the picture to be darker.

Would you increase the shutter speed, or narrow the aperture??

I tried both in different situations, sometimes I lose sharpness when narrowing the aperture to maybe F/22.
And sometimes I lose the sharpness with high speed shutter.

What do you think?
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>>2832467

I always run higher shutter because my pictures tend to get less sharp after f/11. If higher shutter isn't making the pictures clear you need to improve camera holding and how you press the shutter.
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>>2832467
Figure out the sharpest apurture for your lens, which is usually around 5.6-8, set your ISO at 100 if possible, then set the shutter speed to expose correctly.


Do the darkening in post, that will yield the best results.
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>>2832467
>Would you increase the shutter speed, or narrow the aperture??
Both. Just know the limit. Depending on your sensor size don't stop down further than f8 if you can afford it. Depending on your focal length you don't want to go slower than the reciprocal of you focal length (i.e. for a 28mm lens don't go slower than 1/30th of second).

Also remember your DOF. You don't want to have such a small DOF that if you move a couple of inches the wall loses sharpness. DOF is sharpest at a single point. You want to make sure that point is not so small that you miss your target.
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I don't understand how OP is losing sharpness when he increases shutter speed? Can someone explain this to me, or is everyone else just as confused?
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>>2832512
His high shutter speed is forcing his lens to go wider into an aperture that is less sharp. You learn these things from experience. It's not as intuitive sometimes.

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Well everybody knows that the bird is the word.

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>>2832295
Should've used f/8 or f/11, the massive bokeh is distracting.
Go back and take it again but this time do it right.
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>>2832429
The massive bokeh area does it for me here, so nah.
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>>2832429
>>2832440
Thanks for input I wasn't sure whether it was too much or not and I think it's just personal preference here lol.

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What is with the current trend of accessorising the FUCK out of cameras?

Seems like everyone these days has some sort of soft release button, artisanal Leather wrist strap, got shoe cover made from rare hardwood, and taping over every logo?

Does this make their photography better or something? Seems like male jewellery to me.

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>>2822836
this
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>>2828622
>exposed FX badge
>exposed D750 badge
They thought of everything! If you're sick of FF you can just change it to crop then
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>>2828622
>exposed model number
>exposed FX badge
>blocked hotshoe
>blocked lens disconnect button

what is this for, aside from making sure that everyone notices your camera?
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YLYL
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>>2829802
Some sort of half-arsed weather proofing maybe?

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Last one hit the image cap. So it's that time again boys, post your shit
www.instagram.com/correia_pl/

Analog street photography. SF/bay area. also feel free to message me if you have any /film/ questions :^)

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I'm all over the place.

www.instagram.com/newtypes
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>>2832387
good shit man

https://www.instagram.com/beerandcamera/

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instagram.com/phongsmonologues
street shots from Hanoi Vietnam, will probably start posting film stuffs soon as I just got my f90x yesterday!

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>>2832412
amazing man, I already follow you but I love this shot.
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instagram.com/dinotronic
random visual experiments, film vomits, the occasional hot babby and some BTS

long story short im a NEET whos camera that my grandfather gave me broke due to getting in a car crash and my bag got fucked but i need to get a new one fast for a event coming up.
plus im really short on cash atm,is samsung WB1100F a good quality stater camera?

and if its not too much work for you what lens should i get??

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>>2832495
san antonio TX
howdy howdy howdy
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>>2832482
>what lens should i get??

The Sammy has a fixed zoom lens; you cannot change lenses at all.

It's a nice camera for starters so get it. Learn the basics, read7watch some stuff about using cameras on the web and you're good to go.
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>>2832500
i realized that abit after posting the thread but it was too late for me to fix my fuck up

but thank you for your input
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>>2832497
my advice is
1) stop posting cats
2) get a job, taking care of your mom is important but you don't want to fuck up your life
3) try to get a nikon D3000 or D3100 with a kit lens on an ebay auction
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>>2832502
thank you for that advise too


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