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Dumb questions that need no extra thread. Post them here.

I'll begin:

I was just looking around to find the crop factor of my sensor when I found mmcalc.com. Now, I knew that crop factor affects focal length, but this site also calculates the f-stop and says:

"Although your lens is “f/8.0” it will have the equivalent depth of field to an “f/12” lens. The amount of light your lens lets in will not change, only the depth of field or the “blurry part” of the image. "

I was calculating 35mm at f/8 and got 52.5 mm f/12

So what the fuck does that mean? Should I be shooting at f/5.6 to get an image as sharp as possible? Or is my lens still sharp at f/8 but will produce a deeper field and that's all?
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>>3296178
It's a serious question. How are you supposed to live on 20k a year in residuals? You'd still need a job in any major city as 20k a year might cover rent at most.
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>>3296066
See the "o49mm"? That's the filter size.

Check for something similar on yours (might even be the same).
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>>3296058

It is printed on the front. The Minolta SR 45mm f/2 lens has a filter diameter of 49mm.
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Thoughts? I mostly bought it to do street photography/being a fucking creep, the optical zoom is pretty nice for the size.

Anything I should do with it?
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Do you /p/ standing up? Or do you kneel/squat?

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Last thread: >>3293171

Read the sticky first!

Post anything gear related, cameras, lenses, filters, bags, tripods, other accessories (clothing, fancy straps, Leica) etc...
Post your question here, instead of starting a new thread about which lens to buy or what are the best beginner cameras.

And don't forget, be polite!
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>>3296158

A film camera costs like $50. That is not gonna be much of a trip.

>>3296154

Get something that matches your digital mount.

I have a Minolta a7 and Sony a7ii. The Sony can mount and autofocus the Minolta lenses without issue, and the Minolta can mount and use even the most modern of a-mount lenses.
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What are some mandatory lenses for micro four thirds cameras?
I'm mostly shooting landscapes (afternoon/evening) but I also do some vlog/video action when I feel like capturing moments in life.
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>>3296182
The kit lens.
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How do you carry your camera in public? Pic somewhat related. Around blacks, never relax. I'm worried some nigger will come snip my camera strap and use it to strangle my wife or her son and then maybe steal my camera.
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I want a 50mm prime for my crop and can’t decide between the Nikon 1.4D or the 1.8G. Every site I check differs on which one is sharper. The D has the wider aperture which I think I want for low light photography but the 1.8 has smoother bokeh and is maybe sharper because it’s newer?? They’re about the same price used. Any suggestions?

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Anyone have any experience with these, are they worth it?
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>>3296139
>why are shut-in NEETs with incurable GAS obsessed with buying cheap gear
Hm really gets the noggin joggin
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>>3296139
>http://www.shuttersinthenight.com/2017/09/15/cheap-speed-yongnuo-yn50mm-f1-8-review-vs-nikon-50mm-f1-8g/
That's a great test of the flaring characteristics of the Yongnuo lens and the Nikon 50mm f/1.8, but what if I don't plan to shoot into bright light sources at night?
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>>3296139
That's compared to the Nikon 50mm which costs like twice as much (the D is cheaper but still more expensive). Compared to the Canon 50mm the Yongnuo is better.


https://petapixel.com/2014/12/27/comparing-optics-40-yongnuo-50mm-f1-8-125-canon-50mm-f1-8-ii/
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>>3296053
>better
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>>3296156
You can get a used 50mm 1.8D for like 60 dollars.

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Old thread >>3289591
All film related questions and general film discussion is to take place in this thread

Please post photos, we want to see beautiful grainy goodness!

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you use the cropped panorama mode on your memeju

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>>3296072
If you want a new experience to try something fun without spending a load I’d get a rangefinder with priority modes. Something like either the original XA (not the XA1, 2 etc.) or a Canonet QL17, or something from the Olympus 35 series. These cameras were incredibly popular back in the day so there are millions around and can be picked up for very little.
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>>3296072

I have a Minolta X-700, it is a joy to use. Might also want to look at X-500 or X-300, they can be considerably cheaper.

I also have a very nice rangefinder, a Minolta CLE. It is a good camera, but doesn’t play well with glasses.
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Why isn’t there a good 120 scanner? I don’t have room for a drum scanner. It’s the only thing keeping me from developing at home. Developing E-6 is less of a pain in the ass than getting decent scans on a shitty V600. It’s so offputting that I have a huge undeveloped film backlog.
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>>3296215
There is but it's expensive
>https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/890953-REG/Plustek_783064365642_Optic_Film_120_Scanner.html
I'm in the same boat as you I don't want to go and shoot MF anymore since I don't have a way to get good scans. Only way I've got decent scans is from DSLR scanning but that shit is a fucking nightmare to do on the regular
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>>3296221
>>3296215
I spent like 4 hours scanning a 36 exp roll of 135. I've got a few exposed rolls of 120 that I can't even be bothered scanning on my v700, because I'm not too happy with the incredibly poor resolution. Wank.

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What's the advantage of film over digital in 2018?
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>>3295874
I got an F3 and slayed your mom's pussy.
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>>3284791
And in about a month we'll look back on you as the desperate shelf stacking faggot who was so broke you tried to scam /p/.
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>>3295988
Yeah, well I got your dog and fucked your dad.
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>>3295637
>implying technical quality isn't the last thing that determines a good photo from bad
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Hi

>post a photo of your own that corresponds to an object or motif in the picture in the post above yours.
Last one >>3169896

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>>3294781
It would be nice if there were some people
>streetlight

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>>3294795
>sandals

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>>3296214
Food

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How do you say "bokeh" in English?
I'm not a weeb so I don't want to use faggot words
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>>3291179
It's not a weeaboo word. Most people don't even know that it comes from Japanese.
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>>3291179
background blurriness
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>>3292638
brits don't say it right either though to be fair
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boak
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>>3292638
For what it's worth it's the officially accepted pronunciation, though. Nikon commercials and reps in the US say "Nai-kon."

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anyone else collect photo books or is it not cool anymore?

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I emigrated twice so have half my books split between two different countries, not looking forward to trying to get them all together but against that I miss them all an awful lot. Gypsies is probably my favourite book but there are two books in that pile that are worth over a grand each now, might flip them if there's ever a second edition/reprint

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>>3277007
I got to see the original cover for that at a Matisse exhibition, it was just on a little side table in one of the first rooms but still a really cool piece of art history, at least from any photographers point of view

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Interesting. Is 20 pages the maximum? Guess I'll need to watch the video to find out more.
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>>3296161
Huge collection. Too bad we can't look through them to see whats inside.
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>>3296025
>>3296060
Just watched the video. 20 pages is the minimum and I think about 140 or so was maximum. Nice. Too bad I don't live in Europe but nice to find that photobook review channel. Thank you.

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Is it possible to use a bird watching fast superzooom/supertelephoto lenses for shooting a creep shot, what is the odds that I’d get caught, and can I take a creep shot from a large distance?

Also what is the best lens to use for papporatzi type shots of celebs?

How would this sigma 200-500mm f/2.8 lens with teleconverter to 1000mm f/4.6 be for the rich autist who wants to get creep shots and earn money shooting naked Hollywood stars through their bedroom window. It is worth over 20k, would it pay for itself back in terms of nice sharp creepshots?

Tell me about this awesome lens my gear geek?

More concerned with creep shots than /w gear will ask about this lens alone in /gear/

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>>3296155
Should be f5.6 at 630mm reach because 1.4 teleconverter only eats 1 stop. Lens is a f4 to begin with. 2x teleconverter then we're talking f8 but the reach hitting 900mm reach with no autofocus. Some people use a full frame, then go into crop mode for deeper reach.

Many review sites use the original combination I described before: DX Crop Sensor Camera, 300mm PF, and a 1.4 TC
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1obqCxg52Q
https://photographylife.com/reviews/nikon-300mm-f4e-pf-ed-vr
https://www.richardpeters.co.uk/nikon-300mm-f4-pf-review-the-death-of-super-telephotos/

F8 is if 1.4 teleconverter on the 200-500mm zoom or some different combination
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>>3296170
Interview with Paparazzi:

Tell us about the setup you use for your assignments.

>I have a Nikon D700 and several lenses. I have an 80-200mm lens for when I’m doing red carpet stuff, things like that. I have an 80-400mm pretty much for everything else, and I have a 300-800mm plus a doubler for the long-range stuff. I have a Canon G12 for when I want to be a little bit more covert or if I’m shooting a concert, especially if I’m not credentialed for said concert.
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>>3296129
So the p900 is cheaper and has a longer range than a DSLR, are they any downsides to the p900 because that one seems like the clear winner to me.
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>>3292021
>my peen is green
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>>3296204
Image quality, and ability to separate foreground from background. Most images with the P900 will be flat, due to the small sensor. It's not a bad camera at all, image stabilized, super affordable price, and the optical zoom is unheard of.

DX Camera + 300mm can get you paid, published shots. Examples:
https://www.flickr.com/groups/2734848@N25/pool/

It's not, professional sports photographer which uses 400mm f2.8, just 1 stop slower. Pretty god damn close.

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Hey /p/ I have a question for you all. It sort of relates to photography. I'm considering getting laser eye surgery (LASIK) but getting second thoughts after reading the many horror stories of things that could go wrong. I really don't want to wear glasses when taking photos because it always gets in the way when using the viewfinder. I also rather not mess with contacts. Any of you anons ever had lasik? Was it worth it? I'm really scared of messing up my eyes and never being able to take pictures again.

>be 25
>nearsightness/astigmatism
>-2.5 on my right eye and -3.5 on my left eye

old one getting burried, rate and get rated
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https://instagram.com/wastingfilm

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I mostly do photojournalism stuff, these are probably my favorite 9 images so far. What do you guys think?

https://www.instagram.com/_matthewwalsh

>>3293000
I really like your tones and sense of intimacy in your photos, followed.

>>3293223
Good stuff!

>>3293913
I've always liked this kind of photography, its notsalgic. It's similar to cadilacranchdressing and Patrick Joust, look them up!

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>>3296054
Maybe you should stop advertising your website under every shot.. no hyperlink and, consequently, useless anyway. Apart from that you got some that I really liked, e.g. punching ball in foreground at top, face below (Puerto Rico 2017).
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I'm just starting off trying to figure this out. https://www.instagram.com/less_than_great_photos/
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www.instagram.com/nadirprice

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Have you ever fucked around with one of your models?

From what i've heard from multiple different photographers i've gotten to be friends with this is more common than you'd think especially with nude / bdsm photography.

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>>3295679
leave out model and your correct
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>>3296026
Yes all sex is rape
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>>3295337
If you can't or don't fuck women fairly regularly it's extremely unlikely that a model will want to bang you, because women will only sleep with guys they're attracted to. And guys who don't understand how attraction works or what turns women on are not going to shag a girl just cause he's taking naked photos of her, unless he's incredibly good looking (8/10+).

Don't ask me how to pull it off though. I'm not the guy I just described either.
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>>3295342
>the model will know it
I've never met a male photographer, hobby or professional that wasn't more than willing to use their 'art' as a spring board to 'get some'.
If not an outright creep who's only intention was doing so, and all the rest was just window dressing to disguise their ambition to do so.

Guarantee you more than half the people who even see this thread either have, or wish they had the guts/charisma/looks to pull it off.
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>>3295337
>my peen is green

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Okay boys, here's a niche thread. Have you ever wanted to shoot those cheapish Zeiss SLR lenses but never known a fucking thing about the C/Y mount? Here's the thread for you.

Ranked by Reliability
1. Contax S2/S2b (Fully Mechanical, meter only)
2. Yashica FX-2, FX-3, FX-3 Super 2000, FX-7 (Fully Mechanical, meter only)
3. Contax 139 Quartz (with a serial of 150,000 or higher), 159MM
4. Contax RTS II, RTS III, Aria
5. Yashica FR, FR I, XF-D
6. Essentially all other C/Y bodies mainly due to bad electronics

Ranked by Price for working example
1. All Yashica Bodies (extremely cheap, $20 or less)
2. Contax 137 (~$40, Completely electronic and hilariously unreliable)
3. 139 Quartz, RTS I (~$60)
4. 167 MT (~$90)

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>zeiss lens
>not m mount

why bother
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>>3296191

Why not just mount them on a digital body with a techart adapter for autofocus?
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>>3296194
>M Mount
>Not using only Leica lenses

>>3296197
Because I like film.
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>>3296199

I have a full set of m-rokkor lenses, they are not Leica, but they are fantastic.

Hello /p/, I just inherited my Grandfather’s camera when he died and I want to use it to fulfill my dream of wildlife/landscape photography. Never took a picture from a proper camera before, only phone and cheap disposable ones you got for the caravan holiday. Total photography noob. Anything I need to know before I attempt anything?
Pic related, google image of the camera model.

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I have the same model, really like it. 10/10

Don't use the self timer, in old soviet cameras like this they can break the shutter.

Put in the cheapest film you can find and try it out.
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What kind of lens(es) did you get with it ?
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>>3295748
>Total photography noob. Anything I need to know before I attempt anything
>I want to use it to fulfill my dream of wildlife/landscape photography
sell it and buy a dslr
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>>3296185
>sell it
Yeah op go ahead and enjoy your 50$



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