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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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No photos over a month old pls

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>>2873536
>>2873537
>>2873538
RESIZE

Why does nobody fucking read the rules
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>>2873552
its getting bad

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ITT: Gratuitous bokeh

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>>2873386
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>>2873389
I like the water bubbles. Nice photo
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H..how bad
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>>2862800
I took it with my Nikon D3200 after a rain storm. I'm still new to this tech.

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>>2873501
This is just out of focus shit.
>>2873511
I like this for some reason, the subdued colors are nice, and I enjoy the technical subject.

Post your website below and offer ways to improve eachothers. Let's make this a constructive environment pls
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>>2873360
jaredpolin.com
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I've got a question about websites: If I wanted to learn how to make myself a smooth one, what scripting language should I learn and what tools should I equip myself with?
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>>2873437
Squarespace is pretty neat.

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>will be posting some toys photo here.


>INB4 "gtfo snapshit weaboo fag"
>why so mad?

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>>2872825

I just think the sexism and racism could be enhanced, is all.

For instance, these women have abnormally large breasts, but the abnormally large eyes take away from that. I would prefer it if their eyes were abnormally small, or if they had no eyes at all.
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>>2872852
???????????????????????????????
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>>2872852
There are no "abnormally" large breasts anywhere in this thread. And where's the racism?
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>>2873541

u bigot

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Hi /p/

What's the difference between these to adapters that should make my Minolta lens work on my pannys?

https://www.amazon.com/Fotodiox-Adapter-Minolta-Olympus-Panasonic/dp/B003EAVULQ
https://www.amazon.it/Fotodiox-Adattatore-Minolta-Obiettivo-Fotocamera/dp/B003EAVULQ

Will the lack of the stabilisation make a great difference?
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>>2873148
Is it bad if i don't?
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>>2873212
Bump
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Fuck ANSWER me
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The two adapters are identical
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>>2873212
If you can shoot manual then no. It only helps you learn more.

However if you can't focus and measure SS properly then its going to suck for you.

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Old one is about to hit the limit >>2869987

Post your recent stuff here

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>>2873514
>Get unlimited data, fag
calm your tits. I just explained the obvious about why it was a rule.
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>>2873215
I agree with you. I enjoy the rawness of the picture, skin correction would just make it fake.
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>>2873522
The sticky is outdated and idiotic, and is not actually a set of rules to be enforced. These are the actual rules of /p/

>p/ - Photography
>Only upload images that you, the photographer, have taken.
>Post only photos that show at least trace amounts of thoughtful composition. Do not upload random snapshots.
>Even though EXIF data is made available when encoded, please post as much relevant technical information as possible, such as: camera, kit, lens, etc.
>Include a short description with your photograph, such as when and where it was photographed and under what circumstances.
>As with the art critique board, only constructive criticism will be tolerated.

Most people are not following these either.
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>>2873531
>somebody broke one rule, why can't i????
Just because Rajeet shits in the street doesn't mean you should too, Pajeet.
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>>2873531
Look - the old "rules" are there more as a quaint reminder of the original idea than a set of directions.

The 1000px size limit is arbitrary - but a good reminder to use some courtesy and not postihuge ass fucking files. This helps people using cell phones.

It keeps us form having to deal with 150 6000px images in the "Recent Photo Thread." The RPT is shit enough by suppressing actual photo threads.

Quit bitching.

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atlanta
crit welcome
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>>2873359
>why is that being pedantic
Because the images are well within the suggested guidelines.

>and/or about
The images are all around 1400px and 300KB.
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>>2873359
You know what? You're actually right. "Pedantic" implies that you're doggedly applying the rules in the most technical, annoying sort of what. But that's not really accurate, is it? Because you're not applying the rules. You're fucking ignoring the "or" of the rules, which doesn't make you pedantic, it just makes you an illiterate cunt.
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>>2873445
>illiterate because of pointing out an arbitrary rule
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>>2873526
>tripfag still purposely ignoring the "or"
why must you be so unlikable?
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>>2873543
I said arbitrary. I admit overlooking it. What I'm saying now is that there is no need to be uncivil about it.

I'm also new around here, and saw how pissy people get about the rules. Learning as you go.

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Film General Thread, aka FGT.

>just posting in the FGT doesn't make you gay, unless you use Caffenol

This is the thread for all of your stupid film questions, and to post your film snapshits without flushing them down the RPToilet.
It's OK to ask about film gear in this thread.

Pic related is my first attempt at ghetto scanning, but it's all washed out. It could be the film but I don't think it is.

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>>2873482
it doesn't matter in any practical purposes

with negatives that large, you're likely going to reach the limit of your enlarging lense or scanner long before you reach the limit of the negative in terms of detail and resolve

if you're making MASSIVE professional grade enlargements that are going to be projected on the sides of buildings or some shit? sure maybe then it matters
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>>2873482
Because I highly doubt he will ever make prints big enough to warrant the resolution of 6x4.5 insufficient. I have tack sharp 20"x24" prints made from 6x4.5 images. Considering I had to downsize the drumscan files to print at that size I know I could easily go even bigger. Who on this board ever makes prints bigger than that (aside from Alex who shoots LF anyway)?
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>>2873518
Just not true.
This is Fuji Pro 160 neg in 645, and it's almost at its limit (as in for pixel sharp/grain free) at 800px.
Even at 11x14 most digicams would be showing it up, especially with 400ISO film.
Granted, shotting slides or slow B&W you could make some pretty big prints, but 6x6 and up is where you wanna be to keep your pics en fleek, even with fast film.
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>>2873540
>This is Fuji Pro 160 neg in 645, and it's almost at its limit (as in for pixel sharp/grain free) at 800px.
What in the fuck are you even talking about?
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>>2873540
>This is Fuji Pro 160 neg in 645, and it's almost at its limit (as in for pixel sharp/grain free) at 800px.
lel is this a joke? basically all this says is "I scan my film with a toaster oven"

I mean jesus christ, you digitize 35mm film larger than that without seeing grain

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How about a "what are you doing right" & "what are you doing wrong" thread?

Post your photos and we'll tell you what is good and what you fucked up, even if you fucked up more than you did good.

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>>2873267
would have been interesting with animals in the yard. I think the fence frames it, its not bad. Either pirate lr 5 or just work an extra hour a month to pay for it.
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>>2873348
Yeah, I did get the horse peeking out through the door, but the animals dont come out until the daytime, and the lighting wouldnt be as good
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>>2871177
I will ignore the technical deficiencies of the image for a moment.

Good: Like the visual "pun" with both the lampshade and bear leaning in the same direction. The light makes the image.You kept everything in the frame (barely at top, though). The horizontals are indeed horizontal.

But - the image is not balanced - which a statement like this needs. It's weighted far too much to right of frame - which basically leads the viewer right off the image. Bye-bye. Too much dead space and dark space at left. Too tightly cropped at top. Not by a ton, but by enough to matter.
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>>2873267
>>2873267
Very nicely framed
Not entirely sure if I like the color though. It kind of works though
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>>2870026
This is way better, dude. Prepare your body.

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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!

Previous thread: >>2867665

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>>2873459
>How common is it to come across used lenses and D/SLRs in thrift stores and flea markets?

Rare to find an actual deal.

People see Canon or Nikon on a lens and automatically think it is worth something. Best I have seen was someone trying to charge $1000 for a shitty kit lens.
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>>2873451

and upon further investigation, the barrel of the unattached reveals its identity: Sears Mod No 202 7368600
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>>2873447
The FE is god tier. The lenses are eh. The telephoto might at least be decent enough, since telephotos are easier to design for.

Any of the 50mm Nikkors are guaranteed to be cheap (relatively or actually) and good. Keep the telephoto Vivitar and a 50mm and you should be set.
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I have an X100S, but I have an itch to get a GR. Should I pull the trigger, or is this the most redundant purchase ever?
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>>2873510
If you really put your mind to it I'm sure you can figure out a way to inject dust into your X100 for the same effect

I can't decide between an M6 and an M7, I know the Leica m6 is fully mechanical and doest rely on batteries while the M7 does, but what are the noticeable difference while using the camera, does the M7 still retain that mechanical feel ?
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i'd go with the m6
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>>2872614
M7 for A Mode Auto
M6 for metered M Mode

all the other differences are minor to non existend

if you want trve mechanical Leica get an M2 or M3 (M2 if you like 35mm lenses)
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>>2872614
>does the M7 still retain that mechanical feel ?
>>2872618
>Also is there a difference in the shutter sound
if these are your main concerns for spending thousands of dollars, I think there might be better ways to spend your money.
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Watch out for the M7.
It is hard enough getting an M6 repaired and the M7 parts are more scarce. There is more to fail and I would just worry.
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I'd get an MP if you have the money for it instead of the M6.

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Post your automotive pics and ask questions about automotive photography here.

Previous thread hit image limit. >>2820189

Old School Edition

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>>2871264
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>>2871246
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>>2871239
Could I get some comments on PP? Am I doing it right? Is there a direction I should head for or consider? The light was overcast post-rain Pacific Northwest. Typical settings are:
>Highlights -100
>Shadow +20-80, to taste
>strong contrast default curve
>white and black levels to push the histograms to the edges
>Camera Neutral profile

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>>2873507
pans are nice, have a go at panning at longer focal lengths if you can though

it's more difficult, but the results you can get are noice imo

exposure-wise, I'd be inclined to bump some of yours up slightly in post, but the colours and light work for me

regarding composition for side-on pans, if I'm tilting a little, I like to put the car closer to a corner, but that may just be personal preference

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>>2873505

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>>2873520
lewd
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>>2873512
>>2873512
>>2873512
>aussie gt guy
Pls go

>moar pans
Yeah, i've got loads of pans. Got tired of them at some point, and was having fun with wide angled pans. I quite like the shot of that red FRS, and the sparks from the S2000. The track's not ideal long slow pans at high speeds. I'll find some to (not) impress you when I get home.
>tfw my keeper rate at 300mm and 1/80 is about 10%

>extra exposure
I thought about it, but it made the highlights on the car a bit too bright for my taste. I cant afford a 67mm polarizer right now either. RIP.

>tilted cars
That'll take some practice. I'm just happy not to cut off parts of the car when panning.

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Hope its fine making a thread cause the stupid questions one is about to die.

I was taking my freshly bought Canon 70D (Kit lens 18-55 IS STM, should be completely new) for a spin and ended up scrambling to take this picture to catch the cyclist, which made me screw up the shutter speed underexposing the picture. I do expect some noise trying to recover it, but what worries me is all that color-noise you can see in the excerpt to the right, which i increased the exposure of in lightroom to make it more evident.Those bright pixels are all over the darker areas of the picture. Is this normal? If so, why is it making this much noise? because of underexposure fuckign with the sensor or something? Or did i somehow get ripped off and got a broken sensor or something.

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>>2873312
>>2873313
You're both very right. Thanks!
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>>2873317
We are both the same.
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>>2873320
Me too!
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>>2873233
Did you shoot raw? Even then, its a bit too underexposed for a proper recovery. The noise you point out is completely normal.

I don't think its a broken sensor.

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/p/ whats the best compromise for someone who wanta to pursue videography as well as photography? Ive been looking at the GH4 with a metabones speedbooster for my canon glass. Any recommendations?
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>>2873119
"no"
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>>2872737
I like how much shit Nikons get for video but they produce images comparable to those of canon dslrs. Better moire/aliasing too. There are hacks for nikon that give full manual control in live view, zebras, flat video profiles, and video bitrates in the 100+ mbps range but you never see anyone ever talk about them. It seems like a Nikon D810 or D750 would be a good choice for OP's needs.

>>2872979
If you're going for the "filmic" depth of field look, FF is not the way to go. It's far too shallow. APS-C and MFT produce results closer to S35 than FF.

>dynamic range, and color depth those sensors produce just looks a little too much like superzoom/birdgecam/cell phone video.
Yeah because Upstream Color looks like it was shot on a cell phone! Not that there is anything wrong with that, Tangerine was wonderfully shot and they used an iPhone for that picture. Anyway, it's all about lighting, and technique.

>Spaceman !Et0mUFUiBM
For a guy that likes to hear the sound of his own voice you don't seem to be very knowledgeable about any of this stuff.
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>>2872737
>full frame
Don't.
It seems promising, but don't. There aren't very many Fullframe cameras that can do 4K yet. Sadly, panasonic and Sony have the advantage in the field and we're currently seeing a massive jump to 4k and FHD/50fps/60fps.
If you want your movies/projects to be worth a rats fart, jump on 4k now.
Also, the New LiveMOS sensors Panasonic put in their G7 and prolly will put in their GH5 is really good at low-noise video.
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If you are seriously considering the GH4 you've gotta make sure you can budget the speed booster. I've got a G7 and the crop factor drives me fucking nuts. No matter what shot you are trying to get, you can never get far enough back. You have to resort to extreme wide angles and then your image is distorted. I use my G7 for my DIY YT channel and it's just awful trying to frame any shot. I can't afford a speed booster right now though...
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>>2873395
Is a D7100 good for both video and photo?

Canon is tempting due to the tilting screen but I have a bunch of old nikkor AI glass.


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