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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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When will 4chan.org support 360° photos?

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>>3133223
Come again? I'm not the one shit posting that advancing camera technology and features is equal to photography "memes". As if improved low light performance is not one of the most important advancements in photography since digital came about.
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>>3133232
>The thing I'm being a shitty little baby about is VALID
Doesn't matter if it's valid or not. Only that you're being butthurt over people calling you a shitposter.
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>>3133233
>newest meme
>gearfags
>LOAH LEIGHT PURFORMENCE

Your original post reeks of butthurt over the fact that you can't afford a nice camera. Chill out.
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>"People on this board are a bit dense about stuff"
>"BUTTHUUUUUUUUURT LOOOOK AT MEEEEE, VALIDATE MY BRAND LOYALTYYYYY!"

Yeah, sure, you fellas seem like the level headed ones

stop talking about cameras and take pictures
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nice house b

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hey guys i'm looking for a photo of a older man with a beard laying on his back on a sidewalk taking a photo of something in the Sky with the camera to his face

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>>3135353
no in my about section and i'm going to credit tho photo to the original artist. It would be way to low quality to put in my actual portfolio.
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>try to find op's picture by googling "man lying on sidewalk"
>find this hilariously bad stock photo set of a guy pretending to be a drunken hobo
https://www.123rf.com/similar-model/7713113
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>>3135499
>hey samir, why would a homeless wear glasses and drink wine from bottles?
>it's okay mahmud, just wear this torn pullover, no ones gonna notice
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there's no need to waste time hunting down specific photos op, you can just recreate them with photoshop!

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>>3135355
Wait, so you're going to put a picture of someone else in the 'About' section of your portfolio and pretend it's you?

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Film General Thread - Be Positive Edition

Post your beautiful grainy snapshits here, or discuss why Fujifags and Kodakucks can't be friends.

>just posting in the /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you use point-and-shoots with Tri-X
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posting recent snapshits from Paris, constructive criticism would be appreciated xx

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>>3135672

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>>3135673

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>>3135674

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>>3135566
>>3135580

Update: Found actual fungus, and I have it sitting in a sunny window sill at the moment. How much is a typical lens cleaning? Or should I forget about cleaning and just put it up on ebay as is for a couple bucks?

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Are there any good sites explaining/teaching photography? Basically I just bought a dslr because I like taking photos on walks and have no idea about any of the exposure, shutter speed etc or how to correctly utilise them

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Google
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youtube
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learn the exposure triangle and how to compose

there that's literally it
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8T94sdiNjc

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last thread maxed out

I got this today while on a walk through the town testing out the new G80. Did some basic editing on it

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>>3135663
crop away the shit on the left/bottom edge

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Haven't been here in years, is it still all gear and no pictures?

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Yes, and the posting rate is abysmally slow these days as well. You're coming back at the end of /p/.

It's interesting to see how these long term internet communities end. Some die off from disinterest, others end with a bang. /p/ is ending with a strained whimper.
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>>3135518
yes. also why don't people create their own thread?! no, we gotta have the stupid /rpt/, a stupid landscape thread, a stupid panorama thread, etc
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>>3135569

There has been a Sugar thread running for the last literally almost year and a half straight.
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>>3135577

Well, at least we started putting our garbage in the garbage can.
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>>3135518
Well yes.

Because everybody just shits on people who post pictures.

Besides, there are loads of places where you can post pictures and /p/ is the worst of them all.

Post your beginning SLR Camera. What you wish to have and your favorite film to use. Very general.
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Bought a used minolta x300 and the only thing that doesn't work is the frame counter. This is also my first camera period and I think I've worked out a system to count the shots taken manually.

After I've latched the film onto the sprocket and advanced the frame leaver once to wrap the film around the spool I close the back. After that I advance it twice which in my mind sets the frame counter to 0.

I can get 36 clicks/exposures after that and after taking the 36'th photo the leaver cant advance any further which obviously signals the end of the roll.

This means I do get all 36 exposures right?
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>>3135233

Yep.

If you are careful with loading you can get 38 or so out of it.
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>>3135185

Yea, it is a rebranded X-370.

Considering picking up an XD myself.
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>>3135233
Be careful not to rip out the film out of the canister after the last shot though. I also have that camera an in mine the counter stops at 15-16. Whenever there's like 4-5 shots left you'll notice much more resistance in the advance lever (also depends on the film brand) so operate it gently and carefully because after the very last shot the lever won't go all the way through and will stop halfway: that's when you know you're done.
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>>3135460
Sometimes it doesn't stop halfway, but instead 90%.

Cock it that last little bit and it will rip the holes in the film. Haven't managed to rip it out the cannister yet.

Why are you not using Capture One, explain yourself?

-Masterrace in raw importing speed
-superior raw converter in terms of iq
-superior skin tone editing
-true pro software
-uses way less RAM

are you just a poorfag that cant afford the license?
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I'm a bit of a poorfag, but apparently they have an express version that's a little bit smaller and only cost 50 bucks.
The catch is it only works for Sony cameras which I coincidentally use.

>Sony provides cheap MF sensors to Phase One
>Phase One provides software to Sony
Not bad at all. This is clever leverage of both companies' resources.
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I've really been wanting to switch. Lightroom on my new laptop is super slow even on an nvme ssd. The only thing stopping me are my develop presets. I'll have to recreate them for all my cameras...

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>>3135397
I switched when I got it for $50 with my >Sony

Its much better than lagroom
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>>3135397
>Capture One Pro 10
> Pixel shift mode not supported

Yeah, no thanks.
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If anyone has the 1Styles preset packs could you please upload them? :D:D:D

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What's your plan for photographing the eclipse /p/?

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>>3132783
Here you go.

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If i shot the eclipse at f32 at 200mm will my sensor still get fucked? I'm using a Sony a6000...
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I'm stuck /p/, I need help.
Should I:
>drive 20 miles to the zone of totality
Or
>stay in my current city and photograph the cityscape/people reacting to the eclipse, even though it would be 100% totality?

Halp

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>>3135641
I'm in the exact same dilemma. I really want to drive up to the mountains and see the totality, but I know the traffic is going to be fucked beyond belief. I might just stay home and watch it from my backyard.

I should have bought glasses weeks ago. Almost everywhere in town is sold out.
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I'm waiting for "people claiming they sensors burned" event August 22th

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I don't see some (updated) wiki anywhere, so I'll ask.

What do you think are the best entry-level cameras today? Have things changed in recent months? Is pic related now a better choice for Canon than 700D/750D?

Would you, as a beginner, choose some more popular brand like Canon and Nikon, or would you go with something else?

What about mirrorless cameras, what are good choices in the price range of 200D? A6000 still relevant?
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>>3135628
Um, I mentioned that I'd like to shoot some video with it, too. I heard Canons are a bit better in that case, that's why I want to go with Canon. I just can't decide which one. Bonus points for 1080p60, wifi and bluetooth, and a built-in microphone.
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>>3135629
Just get an sl2 ffs
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>>3135640
I'm sorry I'm the biggest jew in the existence and I'm calculating pros and cons for days in order to get the best for my money. And since SL2 came out recently, I'm just a bit concerned how it compares to Txi lineup.
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>>3135642
you could also get a (used) a6000 and adapt some old nikon/canon/minolta/whatever primes for ~30$ and be perfectly set for stills and video.
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>>3135618
https://www.dpreview.com/products/compare/side-by-side?products=canon_eos750d&products=canon_eos200d&sortDir=ascending
Do your homework yong man

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>>3135470
stalker/10
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I know you kids like your sharks so I added a shark.

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>>3135398
Thanks, doc.
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>>3135462
This guy gets it.
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Letting you know I'm using that as my new background. Thanks op

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Is m43 the biggest meme of all?

>more expensive than APSC
>no dof
>worse battery life than APSC mirrorless
>bad lenses
>bad image quality
>bad in low light
>lower resolution

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>>3135572
Well there's not much dof in that pic at all.
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>>3133981
I don't use mft, but in street/pj photography I use deep DoF and zone focus. AF performance is irrelevant, even a split second spent thinking about where to put your AF point(s) and letting the AF do its thing, not matter how fast it is, takes up way too much time in the time scale of street/pj photography.
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>>3135572
yep, that picture has no DoF

Also, even my my tiny compact sensor camera gets razor thin DoF at macro distances. Everyone knows this, you're not impressing anyone.
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>>3135627
>>3135636
literally blind
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>>3135638
they are joking on you because no dof means 'no depth of field' which is exactly what your pic tries to provide. besides, shallow depth of field is easy at the minimum focus distance, but you dont want to rely on that if you are bokeh whoring.

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Hey, /p/

I'm heading down to North Carolina for the total solar eclipse and am going to the top of a mountain to try and record the event.

However, I have practically no knowledge of how to get a clean recording considering the unique light conditions (I'm as novice as a photographer as you can imagine).

Since I will be in a localized shadow with a large landscape what sort of settings do I use on the camera? What ISO level, etc? It's my understanding that you shouldn't leave it up to auto if you want something crisp. I plan to record video as well as take photos.

Anyone willing to offer any advice?

I have a Canon PowerShot SX500 IS if that is relevant.
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Yes. Copy what you wrote, go to reddit, post it there and kill yourself.
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Any second opinions?

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>tfw sister bought me this camera

She went to Singapore and I specifically told her to get me a Sony a6500 or a Fujifilm XT-20. Her only excuse is that she lacks the budget but I told her that this camera is more expensive and she said it looks "cute".

What the fuck /p/. I was memed hard. How much can I resell this?
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>>3135514
Auto 110 was an engineering marvel, but it had to sacrifice a lot to be that small - it was a very basic camera even by the standards of that time.
A digital camera has one or more electronic PCBs, flash, relatively bulky battery, IS and/or AF mechanisms, metal focal plane shutter, screen and a shitload of buttons. This applies to all of them, not just m43 - you won't find a FF digital camera as small as a Mju-II, or a MF digital camera that fits in a coat pocket.
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>>3134632
Holy fuck, I know right? Really doesn't deserve any camera with an attitude like that.
If my brother brought me anything I would be overjoyed that he even thought of me when off having fun.
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>>3134463
Are you seriously complaining that you got a free camera? Jfc what a whiney bitch. Your life really is tough, isn't it? Say "thank you" you little twat. Someone went out of their way and spent hundreds of dollars to buy something for you.

>>3134680
Always kinda gassed for a pentax q. Actual pocket shooter that isn't some dookie point and shoot.
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>>3135563
perhaps, perhaps not.
I don't imagine the Ricoh GR would change much in size if they were to put a ff sensor in there, the Sony A7 is pretty equal in size to any vintage manual SLR without sacrificing anything (the EVF is honestly an improvement to OVF in a lot of ways) and the Leica M10 is pretty dam close to the correct Leica M dimensions (M3,M4 & variants, M6, M7, MP).

I don't know why camera designers love buttons and dials for fucking everything, The Nikon Df abomination is the perfect example of designers not knowing or not giving a shit what consumers want.

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>>3135563
>the system's lenses did not have a built-in iris to control the aperture. Instead, an iris was mounted inside the camera body, and functioned as both an aperture control and a shutter

damn, that's pretty neat.



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