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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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Last Thread: >>3062364

Anything about lenses, cameras, mounts, systems, buying, pricing, selling, etc. GOES IN HERE!

Do not open new threads for gear-related issues.
No pointless (brand) arguments and dick waving allowed! You have been warned! Just questions, answers, and advice.

And don't forget, be polite.

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35mm or 50mm prime for DX? Mostly for lowlight events/portraits.
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>>3065902
>DX
events: Tamron 17-50/2.8
portraits: prime, from 50mm up to 90mm. A macro lens will do fine as well.

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>>3065833
stop apologizing. reality is art isn't half as nice as you were trying to be. and he isn't even the guy who posted the image. he's just someone who wants to come here and arm-chair artist expert argue with everyone who comes along trying to give generic advice to supposed beginners. not worth your time or guilt. he's shit, and the image in question was shit.

There are shit photographers who think they are amazing, but the reality is people out there still pay for their work because they don't know any better or it's good enough. the world of art is varying degrees of every which way of shit.

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>>3065868
That's actually a big improvement. What were you thinking when you decided to do the crops and change it to B&W? I guess the orange/brown lighting just kind of looks like crap
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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.
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>>3065878
Shit the fuck up
You retard.

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Right there that's it baby I'm gonna cum ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

*tips fedora*
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>>3064372
I never said there was something wrong with it
He told a park ranger he had no intention of making money off his work while using public ground, "he's just a hobbyist".
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>>3064365

I bathed in habanero sauce
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>>3063939
If this is a real wedding shot, I give them 5 years tops. Everything form the bride hiking her dress up to the V6 rental Camaro doing a burnout just screams trash.
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>>3063927
>Blow-Up
great fucking taste
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>>3063939
can we just take a step back and ignore the bad editing? What the fuck is this photo even trying to show?
>i relli rike cars
-i relli rike dis girl
???????????????????????????????????????

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Been shooting loads. Working on a series of industry while also dabbling in other things. Looking for criticism.

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>>3065486
>Been shooting loads
coming here straight from /b/ was a bad idea
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>>3065567
could have waited for the clouds to pass on this one. difference between taking a picture and photography is exerting control over the entire frame -- clouds here, imo, detract from composition and feeling of openness. otherwise nice colors, framing, etc.

>>3065540
nice, dig this one

>>3065534
also very nice

>>3065506
unfortunate shadows in foreground

>>3065492
eh, not sure on this one, no clear subject/effect, just looks like a snapshot, esp. compared to...


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>>3065486
Work on your scans, They're absolute dog shit
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>>3065507
This is beautiful
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Boring

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Just out of curiosity, how many of you DON'T publicly share your work on social media?

Do any of you just keep your work on your computer for your own recollection?

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yea, even i keep it on my hard drive
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>>3062892
Well that one is fairly generic but I like it! Then again I like most stuff that is unique and I don't live in Asia so it is all unique to me.
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I have a personal IG that I sometimes post relevent pictures to (stuff including people who follow me). It's private though and only friends and family follow.
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>>3062307
I have a VSCO account and I post almost everything I have on there, mainly because it seems to be a place that legitimately cares about art and photography. Places like facebook or Instagram are plagued with bull shit and "photographers" that take the same kind of pictures over and over again so I just don't bother.
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I usually share it on tumblr.

I don't feel totally comfortable putting my pictures on Facebook because I read somewhere that if you upload your work there you agree to give FB a transferrable license to use your work. I know that there's probably never going to be a time when Facebook is off selling my shit without cutting me in but it still doesn't feel good to me.

I have an instagram but I just really don't feel like using it as much because it's just really frustrating. There's no first party method to upload from the computer, and the third party methods aren't all that great. When I take my pictures and put them on my phone Instagram never gets them right. Because of their sizing/aspect ratio rules my pictures end up getting portions cut off and the composition is ruined. And you know that new feature where you can upload multiple photos in one post? If you do that then you have to go with the default scale and placement for each photo you upload.

Not only that but getting followers is a real drag because everyone's desperate. Like 80% of my new followers are people following thousands of accounts so it's real obvious that they're only doing this to gain followers or sell their shit.

I don't want to sound like a pretentious asshole but it seems to me Instagram isn't meant to be a platform for photographers showing their work. It's supposed to be Facebook but primarily image based. So instead of being designed around viewing quality photos meant to be art it's more concerned with users snapping quick pics of their day with their cell phones.

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>>3065440
Left hander here, no issue using regular cameras. All you have to do is push a fucking button.
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why does he have so many followers I don't understand. He's so bad at both making videos and taking pictures.
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>>3064985
Smack him in the head with a gripped 5Div.

It would do less damage to the camera than it would to his head though I might have to clean bit's of skin and broken tooth off it afterwards.
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>>3065571
Literally this

I swear photography is 90% luck
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>>3064985
*spits in your mouth*

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Dumping some images from my last little project. Just some night shots

C&C greatly appreciated


1/10

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>>3063400
10/10
and done.

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>>3063394
>>3063390
These two are definitely your best. I find the others to be a bit boring and not really taking advantage of the night time.
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>>3063418
I agree with this anon, however most of these are still way better then what most of us can achieve here.
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>>3063389
I get what you were going for with this picture, and I feel like a color photo might have worked better. As it stands, the lit house is not eye catching enough.

>>3063390
This picture is absolutely fantastic, really striking

>>3063391
Would've liked this one more if it didn't include the left light source. I feel like you're aiming for some an environment of isolation in the dark, and it just doesn't come through when there's too much light

>>3063393
This is a bit generic, nothing memorable.

>>3063394
This perfectly captures that feeling of isolation in the dark, great stuff


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photo pleb here

outside of jeff wall and andreas gursky who else is worth knowing about?
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bryan schutmaat and mark brautigam are two contemporary photographers whose work is better than anyone who visits this board
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>>3063639
Drew Nikonowicz
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>>3064548

ALL THESE FUCKING PLEBS
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>>3063654
>puts celebrity in front of blank wall
>turns flash on
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I'm an Israeli macro shooter so I'm kind of biased, but you should check out Nadav Bagim, particularly his work called "wonderland". He does some absolutely incredible stuff in it, with next to no retouching. Really inspiring.

This picture, for example, was taken in his house, the "earth" in the background is just a supermarket bag, and the lighting in the background is water sprinkled from a water sprinkler. He grows mantises at home.

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Last Thread: >>3058821

Last thread died early and the number of random single gear related threads increased a lot, so opening a new one. Hopefully, it will be more visible for the newly masses.

Anything about lenses, cameras, mounts, systems, buying, pricing, selling, etc. GOES IN HERE!

Do not open new threads for gear-related issues.
No pointless (brand) arguments and dick waving allowed! You have been warned! Just questions, answers, and advice.

And don't forget, be polite.

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>>3065876
kek
>FD50/1.2, 35/2.8, 24/2.8, Nikkor 50/1.2, 28/2.8, 24/2.8 all have 52mm filters
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>>3065890
Oh, you still use screw on filters? Why not get a cheap used pack of Cokin A filters and holder and a couple of adapter rings like anyone else does?
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>>3065892
I already use a mix of Cokin Z and Lee with my Nikon. I was considering buying Fuji as my second camera system, kind of a compact travel kit, but there are lots of details that annoy me. For example those three lenses could have been a perfect package but Fuji made a design error. Screw-on filters are small, so they would be better for this setup but I'd have to buy two of everything. Polarizer, a couple of NDs and maybe some fourth one would have been all I need but I don't like idea of buying and carrying six or eight filter instead of three or four.
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>>3065899
I really should go to sleep... Me not write good anymore.
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>>3065899
Filters are small, you can carry more without any problems

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Is the GR still the best digital point and shoot?
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>>3052583
>Where do people go for a neverending famous inspo thread? those are the only ones i like.
You mean ones that are literally against board rules?

I suspect that you might want to go somewhere where posting other people's pictures aren't against board rules.
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>>3052168
Get an X100S for 400-500. Better than the GR in every way desu. Much better lens, 35mm is a more versatile focal length because it doesn't make people look like monsters when you get pretty close up, the af especially on single point is reasonably good on the S, the F is so far beyond the S but at least the S isn't awful like the original's AF
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>>3065860

GR has a better lens, and is a lot more pocketable. It's down to what you value.
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>>3065860
>Much better lens
This is so wrong it hurts.
>35mm is a more versatile focal length because it doesn't make people look like monsters when you get pretty close up,
Subjective opinion.jpg. 35 mm also mostly sucks for landscapes. so pick what's important to you, it's a pretty easy concept.
>better autofocus on the X100F than the Ricoh GR
finally something factual.

Anyway, I much prefer the GR for being smaller and lighter, and more importantly I rely like the controls on the GR. It's a pleasure to use, except for the subpar autofocus, but I don't shoot anything fast moving anyway. I use it for landscapes, and general tourist camera that is small enough to fit in a pocket. I've gotten some pretty amazing photos with it, and the lens sharpness all the way to the edges, and lack of chromab, even wide open at 2.8 is truly awesome
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>>3065750
All the Ricoh GR needs is better autofocus, and I'd really love IBIS. But that second point will never happen.

Partly because it would make the camera a little bigger, but mostly because:
>>3065729
>ricoh is bankrupt

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critiques? comments?

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>>3065870
Do you like it, anon? What do you think?
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>>3065871
meant to say...
I really liked the color of the flowers, the black and white makes them stand out a little more but gets rid of the color... the bars are hiding some uglies in the original but it does look better cropped.
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>>3065874
I feel like you added some filters to the picture though, which makes the branches look weird and pink. Maybe that's how they actually look, idk, but the flowers don't really pop as much as they should because there's a lot of whites on the photo as it is. The way I see it, their color isn't strong enough to carry them, but in black and white, a large clump of brightness really catches the eye and gives them some weight.

I don't want to tell you what to think, but if your goal was to take a picture of the flowers, then you should know that they didn't stand out enough.
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>>3065877
Makes sense... What is your opinion on this compromise?
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>>3065880
I have a strong dislike for mostly black and white pictures. It obviously gets the job done but it feels like cheating and it just looks tacky.

I'm really no expert, by the way. I'm a beginner myself, but the way I see it, if I took a photo with a goal in mind, and that goal wasn't reached, then the photo is a failure and it's better to just keep it in mind for future attempts and learn from it.

Still, I quite like the black and white photo!

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Does anyone know where to buy bulk color film? I buy my B&W in 100ft rolls and use a loader, have done it that way for years. However now I want to branch out into using color film and I cant, for the life of me, find anyone selling color in bulk. The prices on pre-rolls are so off putting so Id like to save a few bucks. Anyone got a lead?
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Ebay. Search for expired film stock or internegative film for good deals.

If you use cine film make sure to clean it before sending to a lab, the coating will mess up their machines and chemicals.
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>>3065393
They have Konica 160 stuff for c41 bulk
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>>3065384
Maco sells their TCS Eagle "traffic control" film on bulk reels. Rated ISO 640, it's likely going to be rather different from what you expect from consumer and general-purpose professional colour films.

>>3065457
This. Remjet fucks the chemistry, and for automatic minilabs it'll also fuck up the rollers. Gets you banned by your lab for life.
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>>3065652
Once I had them to crossprocess E6 pre developped to come out as positives. They got really upset and made me pay a little extra because I din't told them it was E6.

It seems the minilabs reuse the chemicals multiple times and just replenish them.
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>>3065691
That is what every lab does.
Completely standard process supported by chemical manufacturers (Kodak and Fuji).

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Hello, here's the annual Infrared Circlejerk thread, post your IR shit here or something.
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>>3064856
I agree with you
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>>3064861
God I wish that were me
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loving the good subject variety. IR works nicely too.
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>>3064855
Nice thread and desolate feel to everything. Maybe keep em all below 1000px if possible because i'm noticing a little too much detail when opening.
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OMG THESE ARE SO GOOD probably the best IR i'veseen

please post more of your photos, nonIR too :)

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so i have a vivitar v3800n and even though i put in new batteries correctly the light meter still isn't working. Please I have my final project due in 2 weeks and I need to start printing soon
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TRY buy a photometer and use the camera in MAN mode
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>>3065798
just download a lightmeter app to your phone or use sunny 16



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