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>here is your camera bro
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>the best camera is the one you have with you
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>>4283649
would
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if you cant take a good photo with this camera, then you cant take a good one with any camera
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>>4283649
let me guess... you """"need"""" more?
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>>4283649
She looks like an absolute tank
Literally better than any faggot modern cam that can't handle being outside the studio

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New to photography but especially film, im only 2 rolls deep but im very happy with how they turned out, what do you think?
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>>4283629
FUJIFILM 200 something or other, i asked the clerk for the cheapest color film they had, it was $6 for 36 exposures
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>>4283633
Nice, I shoot alot of Fuji 400 mainly because it is cheap and the colors are decent enough for what I do.
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>>4283633
>>4283636

Fuji 400 over here.

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good bread
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>>4283629
>dark murky mess of turd brown with some muted blues in the sky
>good
top KEK

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Took this photo of a cute lovely bird

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>>4239795
Fantastic!
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Birbs in the yarb eating breab.
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perfect perfect perfect bird

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>>4265402
>>4271843
Lies. Nobody is afraid of moop, lmao
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birds forever

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Hi, I've always wanted to get into photography so a week or so ago I pulled the trigger on an used D7000 for $97, which came with this AF-S NIKKOR 105mm 1:1.4E ED lens, is it any good? Was I scammed? What can I do with this combo and what lense should I get next? This one doesn't get all I want in the frame at the same time usually and I'm kinda disappointed. Should I sell this one and get another one? For how much? Thanks.
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>>4279626

Hahaha buying a crop camera with a 105 prime.

Did you do any research whatsoever on this purchase?

You have one really zoomed in focal length only
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>>4279652
Some crackhead sold him a $1000 lens for $100 with a free camera attached. I wouldn’t be laughing at him, he either has mad haggling skills or is the world’s luckiest idiot. Or he associates with people who steal cameras.
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>>4279660
op is a troll. happens routinely. But yeah, finding someone who doesn't have enough iq to point Google Lens would be nice, shame it's so easy you can do it while drunk and in a capsized boat.
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>>4279887
Huh what are the odds >>4274549
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>>4279626
So I bought this wide angle, not so much wide desu but whatever: the real problem here is that the auto focus is broken here or not working anyway. How do I fix it?

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What's your favorite exif data editor? Looking for something simple and not something that requires me to open up the command window

> inb4 King Terry memes
GUI please... and not too obscure from the 90's

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>>4283241
imagine being mentally retarded and needing some funny clicky UI to achieve such a thing
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>>4283217
>he's not using linux mint cinnamon with terminator multi terminal and screen terminal sessions

Not going to make it.
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>>4283217
https://exiftool.org/gui/
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>>4283217
i edit exif in my c1 catalogue, like a real person
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>>4283241
To add my own captions/descriptions to the pictures. The only metadata that truly matters

Dear filter manufacturers,

Why.

Why are you endeavouring to make your filters as THIN and as SLIPPERY as possible?
People dont WANT this. It makes it difficult to get filters on, and even harder to get them off - often resulting in people having to use filter WRENCHES just to get them off.

I personally own several £80-£90 filters which virtually weld themselves to my lens, and you are NOT HELPING by making the filter MILLIMETRES thick and entirely slick.

Put paddles on the edge of the filters! Or at least make them thicker and ridiculously grippy so that, every time I try to get them off, mid winter, it doesn't take the skin off my fingers! I don't care if they look less slick - I want FUNCTIONALITY and SPEED.

n.b. You bastards!
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>>4283372
This is so weird, did you focus stack or perhaps use a split diopter? Or was it maybe all in focus and then you defocused some in post?
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>>4283410
single picture, no stacking, no tilt, no shift, no filter other than the star meme, real dof
Guess I just lined up the important bits well enough
heres a raw for your pleasure
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-hOWf2R_YfPOLSfjEG9uSNIh-P0fu1NG/view?usp=sharing
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>>4283424
Great job, what else can I say lol. I bet it has to do with the shape
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>>4283451
...the shape of the field of focus.
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>>4283451
might do, i used an AF Nikkor 50 1.4, the first one if ur curious

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>absolutely shredded due to wielding massive lenses 24/7
>constantly draws attention to himself with due to the unconventional, yet timeless camera designs
>rich due to the massive cost savings over buying snoy and cuckon lenses despite outperforming them in every metric
>a true auteur, regardless of if he shoots photo or video thanks to sigma's thoughtful and innovative technology and design philosophy
>unconcerned with monetizing his art, despite the numerous solicitations to hire him and buy his pieces
>creates solely for the joy of creation itself
>recognizes that he is merely a vessel for the art, which is timeless and suprahuman
>attributes all his work to God

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>>4283318
More like smegma male m I rite?

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Thinking about burning $50-70 on an obsolete ebay digital camera but I want to carry a big pretentious bastard that takes cheap auto focus glass so I can larp as an insurance adjuster from 2003 when I take photos of birds and shit.

I am considering the following among whatever other hipster shit I can find:
>Sony A100/A-whatever DSLR (or SLT if I find one cheap)
Fast Minolta af glass costs peanuts and it has ibis, seems like a nice deal all around.
>Finepix S2 Pro
Looks nice, Nikon film lenses are plentiful, is a brick of a machine, takes AAs and CF cards. Cumbersome but tickles my hipster sensibilities.
>Nikon D-whatever
Common and cheap as hell, literally just the above but more refined. Again, F-mount lenses are cheap.
>Olympus Evolt
Kodak sensor memes aside, the later gen ones are still barely worth peanuts. Crop sensors don't really concern me because I'm playing with older shit anyway.
>Canon EOS / Rebel
Very common but the lenses cost a lot even when used.

What are some other brick DSLRs I should keep an eye out for?
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What's the best Canon camera for Magic Lantern video autism?
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>>4275105
>>4275880
What kind of value do you put on a D700?
I have one in 9/10 condition I am trying to sell right now and wasn't quite sure what price to list it at.
Personally I don't think the photos look great or special in any way but that is mostly because I can't get myself to like digital.
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>>4283283
At this point, probably a 5D3.
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>>4283285
Seconding this.
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>>4272527
>a big pretentious bastard
a Canon EOS-1
D
or a Canon EOS-1
DS
the first ones. Or a Nikon D2H/D2X

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I think my Lumix GF1 finally shit the bed to death (shutter crapped out, "turn camera on and off again" error, it's fucked).
Anyway rip to my first "good" digital camera, it died as it lived: talking pictures inane bullshit.

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>>4282194
>Cannot POS R
Ew.

inb4 gearfag rattles off apertures and spec sheets
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>>4282192
>Probably a used G85 or a E-M1 Mk1 if I can't find a decently priced example of the former.

spend a little more and jump to an e-m1ii or a g9. you wont regret it.
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>>4282275
I would get a Mk2 if I could magically pull $200 more from my ass, but my budget is $300 not $500.
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>>4283187
get a job
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>>4283187

it's worth saving the extra $$$ up for, i switched from a shitty camera recently and it's working out quite well

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I need the honest truth /p

I have been taking quite alot of landscapes recently and I seem to end up with a slightly tilted horizon alot.

How bad is it to have a slight tilt? I notice almost every flickr group they are all exactly flat horizons. Its already annoying me after realizing and seeing my images having a slight tilt.

Will I grow to hate it?

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>>4281678
Do you use a rangefinder? Nothing can help you perfectly level and center things on a rangefinder.
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>>4281684
>It messes the composition a bit
Then you either have to intentionally incorporate the tilt into the composition or you find a better composition to shoot. Since you’re doing landscapes, horizontal tilt is going to pop out greatly to the viewer.
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>>4281714
Cropping it will change the composition.
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>>4281678
I am confused, are you intentionally tilting or is it accidental ?
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>>4283029
faggot

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Anyone got any recc for a camera for night pictures and video (I see a lot of noise in a lot of vids set at night and want to avoid as much as possible (if possible)) for Japan night life?

I'll be heading there for the springtime.

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>>4282587
bean bag
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I've hardly tried video, but on my XT-4 IBIS is terrible when handheld with video, even in great light conditions, It got really jittery, but maybe I did something wrong. Not really a video guy anyways, To me it seems it really benefits for handheld photos, it's awesome in that regard. Still, best night results will always be tripod.

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>>4282945
You're probably doing something stupid like 100mm+ handheld video. Everything will be shaky at longer range. xt4 had great handheld video when it was released, owing to great codecs and recording depth. It was surpassed since by new releases, but it should still be pretty competent at it.
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>>4282945
Great picture. What's the location?
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>>4283150
NTA but that looks like the Zakim in Boston.

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Am I retard? I recently got a Polaroid Now camera with a few packs of film, and I have been getting wildly different results. All these are just turning the camera on and taking a shot, not fucking around with the app and shit. Is it a mistake to not fuck around with the aperture and shutter speed, or did the film just get fried when I went through the airport. First photo exposed before airport, everything else after.

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This is an awesome thread because it shows exposing photosensitive medium and then taking a digital photo of the result for what it is.
The off-angle compositions, keystone and barrel distortions, color casts, latitude, all together sell a convincing look. This is scan. It is what it is.
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Have a few polaroids/instax of my own to contribute. Love messing these things when I'm out, just annoying to carry them around.

Honestly the results vary every time for me too, I just pray I don't get scammed on a dud picture that doesn't develop because I don't wanna go back twice.

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>>4279603
also i'll mention i really like pic you took

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I'm looking at picking up a compact, full frame camera with good vintage support or a healthy amount of modern manual focus lenses (ttartisans, voigtlander, etc). I'm looking at mirrorless cameras and why are they all so fucking samey and boring?

>fuji
Is interesting design-wise, has decent lens support, I would grab an X-H1, but it isn't full frame and I want that wider fov

>sony
the most god awful, sterile, and boring cameras imaginable, menus stuff with meaningless garbage and AI dog dick autofocus

>nikon
basically a sony except it has a decent grip

>canon
I'm actively paying more for less, might as well buy a nikon or sony

>panasonic

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>>4283051
i use olympus but tell everyone to buy a sony so they dont end up like me ;_;

op, please, listen. i smell like wet dog all the time and got fired from work because i spent too long photographing birds and was late because i was able to hike out 20km carrying 800 of reach on my meager gamer frame. dont end up like this. buy a sony and a godox flash with a softbox and offer to photograph thots for their social media.
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>>4283010
>a7c
no weather sealing
useless anywhere with weather
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>>4283082
Wrong.

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>>4283082
You liars get btfo daily
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AsIeYdxOos

Are you just on the fence and indirectly asking for arguments in favor of buying an a7c?

Just use a weather sealed lens (they have G and GM in the name with sony, specs may vary with third party, consult lens WR diagrams if available but i have no issue drenching my tamron 28-75 f2.8 g2)
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>>4282923
>I want that wider fov
what

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Is it really that risky to use a camera without two card slots?

Finally getting around to buying my own camera instead of borrowing ones from friends but I was recently made aware of how two SD card slots is a deal breaker for many but is it really necessary? Do SD Cards really have that much risk of failing?
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>>4283011
What would you have done if your horse broke a leg? You can't just carry a spare leg. We never needed spare legs anyways. Fucking consoomer goy slave jew slop soi boi nu male gearfags!

>>4283015
No one and I mean no one needs more transportation capability than a horse can provide. "Auto" "mobile" consoomers are just incompetent in the basics of animal husbandry and cart hitching. You know how it is, kids, you can gearfag all you want but it wont replace skill. No matter how expensive your car is a good rider will outpace you in the long run with his trusty steed.
>inb4 but what if the good rider has a car
That piece of shit will break for sure. Horses are weather sealed but ford got it wrong for three models so the this new "4 wheel drive with studded tires" gearfag shit aint gonna work if it rains. Horses don't get stuck in mud, son. I dont care if it worked so far, it'll break any day now. Horses #1 forever.
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>>4283040
> Fucking consoomer goy slave jew slop soi boi nu male gearfags!
this board 100% unironically
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>>4283044
>I drew you as the angry wojak. Now you’re wrong and I’m right.
>Yes and? I am the angry wojak!
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>>4283040
>makes fun of /p/
>>4283044
>/p/ agrees
Kek
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I like to say i'm more interested in a camera with two f stops than two card slots.

Anyone has any experiences with shooting photos or videos using only candle lights as light sources?

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>>4283037
>>4283043
Do you notice that the candle in the op has a much bigger flame than your candles? I wonder what makes that candle burn like that.
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>>4283048

Larger wick probably, part of the reason I used multiple candles. I was also trying to light up both sides of her body.

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ContrastNormal
SaturationNormal
SharpnessNormal
Subject Distance RangeUnknown
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Why did you shoot at f2.8 and not wide open?
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I wanted some depth of field and some of the candles in focus. Had I shot her wide open only a very small part of her would have been in focus, also she had some good texture with the water on the area between her breasts and I wanted to get that too.

I knew the distance to subject was going to fight me regarding getting as much of her in focus as possible, and also with the angle on the shot only a portion of her would be in focus even at f5.6 or f8, and a tripod was too bulky for the small area I was working in.


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