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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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I want to take pictures of women naked.

I'm a big dude and can be charismatic when I try, not Uncle Terry status but maybe a young uncle terry...

I aspire to be like him so much, taking pictures of beautiful women naked and who knows what it may lead to.

I live in southern california, how do I go about finding women to shoot naked?

How do I carry myself as an amateur photographer when it comes to shooting nude women?

Do you guys have any suggested readings or any famous photographers who shoot naked women?

I would be willing to pay women to shoot them nude, but I would like to find a way to have them open up to me and want to express their inner desires of exhibition.
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This thread is the pure and finest autism.

congratz for all involved
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>>2890419
What was this pic of
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>>2889228
>not considering working for porn
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Woah holy shit this is autistic.
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>>2890685
Naked chick smelling a rose.

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Fuck it, have a thread.

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>>2890667

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>>2890668
The deed is done.

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>>2890665
really neat

>>2890667
always a sucker for these
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>>2890659

must you show off? :(

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Sticky:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Gh-fomKSuIEZ-GJo2tere4YMjsDvmmsuyiJKzQ-1ZRk

All 'bout motion picture.
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>>2890354
>using LUTs
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>>2890354
>the order is apparently important.
How important? in blender I always went Curves - Color Balance - Hue correct - Brightness/Contrast
But now I switched curves and colorbalance around and it delivers a much smoother, less "blotchy" video material that doesn't have such hard edges on transitions between colours and brightness. Meanwhile, it has a bit less contrast.
Did I do suddenly right by mistake?
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>>2890403
Sorry, forgot to attach the image. This one is with curves first, my "old way"
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>>2890405
and here's the one with colour balance first, the "new way" that I kinda like more, because it seems to preserve more details.
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quick q:

I'm setting up a RAID 5 array for a 4k/5k editing terminal. Is 7200rpm going to be fast enough, or will I experience bottlenecking? Can anyone link to an optimal array for what I seem to be looking for?

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Got to photograph this beautiful home for a realtor. Left the kitchen for the last shot to take my time and get it right.
So there I was thinking I'm at f/7.1 (should have been at f/8) but my finger must've hit the dial because I was actually at f/6.3, and that was enough to ruin the background sharpness.
I do 360 panoramas with a Ricoh Theta S. I had just balanced it on a tripod when out of nowhere, a gust of wind knocked it over and the Theta landed on its lens, a complete loss. Been one of those days.

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>>2878875
>>2878880

I'd unplug that wire next time. I like the lighting
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>>2888148
thanks for good point.

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>Thomas Brigantino
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs_moLqgMOt8ratw-GKOHSQ/videos
I found these architectural retouching tutorials to be very helpful and easy to follow.
Just edited pic related following his techniques.

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Got a canon 1100D for free off of a very kind friend about a couple of years ago.

I've tried getting used to manual and using every other setting the camera has but I always end up taking either blurrly or noisy pictures if the weather is anything but a sunny day. So am I just shit or is the camera also a little shit? any tips?

Pic related: only passable picture I've taken in a dark area

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1. Resize picture
2. Consider SQT
3. If you really do not understand what is happening and why to your pictures consider asking a pro to help you or go to a workshop.
4. Read up on how the physics of the camera work. Do you really understand the relationship between shutter, ISO and apeture?
5. Throw yourself in the deep end and take a lot of pictures for a bit and don't care about failure. One of the advantages of digital is you don't have to worry about processing costs so you can shoot a lot of errors and go back though the EXIF data and see aperture, ISO, shutter speed. As well as focus points white balance and focal distance.

If all of this fails you really have to get someone to help you out. Not just a friend, not just someone you like the pictures of. Someone who really knows how to use cameras preferably someone who has done studio work as they often know the technical side of photography very well.

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Film General Thread, aka FGT.
>PICTURE EDITION (try harder this time)
Lets see the snapshits. There are 36 frames to a roll; I know you're taking snapshits of walls and buckets and reflections in between the masterpieces, lets see them.
Next time you want to call someone a faggot or tell someone to post in the gear thread, add pic unrelated.
I want to get a better pic/post ratio than the RPT.
Lets make the FGT great again.

>just posting in the FGT doesn't make you gay, unless you use a skylight filter

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.

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>>2890689
Sideways gee thanks. Deserves me right for phoneposting.
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>>2890690
I know right? The photos ruined...
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>>2890690
I like it better that way
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>>2890664
>So it has a an issue then? I pretty much fucked up then since I bought this rangefinder. I don't have any idea how to get it fixed.
bruh. read my full post

how would I know 100% what's wrong with your camera? it was just a guess. you need to do some testing to figure it out

try this: buy a test roll of sharp film, take a shot with the focus at infinity. then, back it up a hair and take the same shot. write down what order you do it in. do that 5 or 10 times, get the roll developed, and then compare the pictures.
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>>2890664
your actual issue is misaligned rangefinder

if you want to verify, move the focus tab on your lens to infinity and point your camera at something VERY far away, more than 5 blocks. You'll see that this "infinitely away" object isn't actually aligned at inifinity in your rangefinder patch. once you've verified this is indeed the problem, you need to align it. hopefully it's easy on your camera

What is objectively the best? I mostly want to take pictures of people and outdoors with some videos from time to time.
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>>2890283
Why a go pro and why a significantly more expensive phone? The go pro will take better pictures and video but why cuck yourself when you have the budget to get a decent camera which shoots far better video and pictures than both of those.
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>>2890285
Because a camera is not handy and I hardly know anything about photography. I do have a Nikon D600 with a Tameron lens but I can't take it while kayaking or sailing
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>>2890293
Be more specific next time then. If you need an action camera then you know the answer already
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>>2890295
How does the gopro compares to the s7 and other cameras? Is it worth the price or should I just buy a waterproof case + support for my s7?

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Ok, I know you guys like showing off.
Let's get this going.
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>>2890110
Jesus Christ. Do you take all those all the time?
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Are we talking about 3 lenses at the same time?

Fuck dewds, I can barely bring myself to take a second lens with me most of the time.
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>>2890604
>>2890603
Lens is worth every penny. This is the only side-by-side I have for the Shift function.

Tilt is another thing altogether. Being able to manipulate the plane of focus in 3D space is mind bottling.

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>>2890604
You can correct in post, especially if downrezzing without much trouble.

But you'll never achieve the tilt function without some really creative stacking. These tests taken at same aperture. Really useful
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>>2890713
FML. I get really excited when the TS-E 24mm is mentioned.

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>>2887482 is reaching the image limit

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>>2890680

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cinematic

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Can you tell what this is ?

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>>2889941
not the poster, but im also pretty new to photography. Why dont you want your "model" in the center of the frame if you're shooting a portrait?

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Post your pictures of wildlife along with a description of what is pictured and where you took it

Bald eagle perched on a dead tree in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, Maryland

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>>2889300
This >>2889316 applies to you also. Flying insects or especially fast animals (running cheetas or jack rabbits) require about a 1/2000 even 1/4000 shutter. At your much smaller distance you can either raise your iso, or more appropriately, use your flash. Keep an eye on that WB though.
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A Rhesus Macaque monkey in the monkey temple in Kathmandu – Nepal.

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>>2889198
This looks really nice.
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>>2890266
beutiful monke
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baby Robin bird, location my backyard

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Is the x100 still a good camera? I'm thinking about buying one later on this month (used). Also is it a good camera for someone who wants something a step above a smartphone without the bulk of a dslr?
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To OP and other posters, Just wait until the next version of that camera
comes out soon with superior sensor and other features
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>>2889218
>muh leica lens
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>>2889752
Not to mention the lens isn't even made by Leica. It's a Panasonic lens that's approved by Leica.

Same goes for the Lecia D-Lux. The Lumix 100 and the D-Lux are literally the same camera except for the red dot.
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>>2888959
How about a Sigma DP series camera? They surely have some flaws, but the image quality is stunning and if you know how to use them they are well worth the money.
Look up some images from the DP2 Merrill for example (e.g. google). Watch out for the native resolution of 4704x3136

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If you can afford it, get the next version of the X100 when it comes out. If you're poor get the X100S used (I got one for $500) If you want the best version of it now, get a X100T, or better yet an X-Pro2

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So what are you not taking photos of this weekend?

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Need an adventure this weekend.
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Roll
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big money big money
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Going to a con this weekend, so this could be interesting as long as I don't have to do some Uncle Terry tier stuff.
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>>2890702
Could be worse I guess.

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One of my first shots with my new Nikon P900
f/6.5
1/30s
100

Suggestions?

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>>2890549

/p/
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/b/
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>>2890468
wtf now I hate cheese
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>>2890479
what site is this calculation menu from?
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>>2890700
Just googled "depth of field calculator"
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>>2890701
well now, I feel absurdly dumb. thanks for the brain check

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I just got a camera after i've been inspired by all the amazing photos i see everywhere. This is my favourite from my first day as a photographer. is close up photos a thing? Thoughts about this photo? i want to be able to take landscape photos aswell.is a wide lens needed or can i work with what i have already?

i'm happy for all the feedback i can get.

Do you still have a photo laying around from your first day?

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>>2890682
I like that bit of green coming out of the crack. the super close up shots are macro. You don't need a wide lens for that but it can have great results with different angles. f/20+ is perfect for landscape to have everything in focus


I think you can getto a macro lens by buying a converter and flipping the lens backwards
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>>2890697
>f/20+ is perfect for landscape to have everything in focus

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