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>I don't have a job
>I shoot 100 rolls a month
>When the stimulus check hit I've been spending a lot
>1200-1300 undeveloped rolls in the fridge
>500 rolls that are developed but not scanned (not seen by me)
Why are filmfags like this?

https://youtu.be/gqxzx2BDm0Q

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I've shot 1.5 rolls of Portra 400 (pushing to 800) on wildlife this year so far. Also made a darkroom in my basement.

This White man is coming home.
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>>4305107

Capa was literally about as inautenthic as they get, he faked bunch of his famous pictures and exaggerated lots of the reporter work he did. D-Day perhaps being the most famous one.
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>>4305094
it only matters if you want anyone to care about what you say
anon didn't ask specifically for a picture you took. no >Le Doxx!-ing your way out of this one. if you have such a strong opinion on what's good and what's not, then surely you can post a good photo. although in this particular case the conversation is pretty much over after this >>4305110. you just dislike popular thing and want attention for it. there's nothing more to discuss
>>4305107
>>4304964
this site is infested with the boldest contrarians whose posts are rarely worth reading. what you need to do is see if they plainly state their theory of the topic at hand, or if they show you what is good according to their worldview. if they type post after post of ten layers of irony, of derision, bashing, or condescension but never post an example of what they think is good, then you can write them off instantly. it's either a bot or a shitpost. their absolutist hot take (You) economy falls apart the instant they are expected to back up literally anything they say and the subjectivity of art and media at large is thrust into the light.
If the interloper decides to show a shred of conviction by posting an example, that's when you can start weighing whether to take them seriously. 99% of the time, such an example will invalidate all of their previous posts, which is probably why /p/ is saturated with anons talking shit with nothing to back it up
>>4305104
>pixel peepers should be stigmatized more than gearfags
yes. gearfags per se are mostly harmless. they are unfairly misattributed constantly with brandfagging and anti-photography posting
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>>4305122
I'm the guy asking for a good photo from the guy.
Just for arguments sake I will say that when I saw Lewis Hine's "Powerhouse man working on steam pump" I was humbled to say the least... I don't think I'd ever find myself in the opportunity to envision and capture such a stunning photograph.
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>>4305122
>popular thing
with like 30 people, all photographers

Repair Edition

This was a 24-70/2.8 AF-S with a loose hood mount and I stripped it down and tightened it and also pre-emptively threadlocked the front barrel as that is a common issue with that coming loose.
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>>4304835
>Is it better than just cropping the shit out of the z7?
on, the z7 looks better
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>>4304835
>>4304832
When the d200 was released, computer screens were <1mp, not 8mp-36mp. View this on a 1024x768 display or you’re pixel peeping to the max.
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>>4304857
Of course it does, and the z7 isn't even a 100% crop, it's a crop of a downscaled crop. A 19 year old 10mp APS-C DSLR+ken rockwell's favorite telephoto under its sharpest apertures (f8-f16) just doesn't have the pixel level sharpness. BUT the colors and focus falloff are nicer with the 80-200 than cropping a 120mm to 240-300mm.
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>>4302091
Jesus anon, move out of the flyover states
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>>4304861
>ken rockwell's favorite telephoto
The Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II?

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Can I nominate this as the best photo of any eclipse ever?

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>>4303312
you modified the colors too much
also crap compression
>Screenshot
looks like it's a screenshot of video not even a photograph

looks like some instagram reels shit
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>>4304067
https://www.instagram.com/reel/C5g-xRdpbvv/
You were right.
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>>4303312
Not on film 0/10
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Stu locu hè u mo toilette avà.

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in 2017 I took a photo of my penis with the eclipse but it didn't turn out very good because i was very cold

I've been shooting on a Canon 5DIV for the past few years. My shutter has been sticking and instead of sending it back, figure it's time to upgrade. Before this I was a Nikon shooter with the D700/D750/D800 and really liked it but switched to Canon mainly due to the f1.2 lenses and much better customer service in my country.

I rented an R5 and R6II and they were nice enough with the pro zooms and the 50 1.2 but after trying the Z8 and the small 1.8 primes, I really was reminded of what I missed about Nikon. AF was better, the camera bodies felt better and more "rugged", DR was better but in fairness comparing to a previous gen Canon R5. One thing I hated though was how hyuge the Nikon 50 1.2 was- and that's my go-to lens in any system.

Is Nikon doing better now as a company in listening to their customers than they did during the DSLR days? I think I read they were overtaken by Snoy so it must be a kick to the nuts to be #3 now.
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>>4304811
>a1
>snoy baby mount
The a1 is still noisy once you factor in 2+ stops of vignetting correction on nearly every lens even when stopped down.
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I make a living with Nikons, so I think they're pretty srs.
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>>4304813
>better built than the plastic mount d810

I was crossshopping a z6 and s5. literally everyone was calling nu-nikon dogshit build quality with shit buttons. cope.

>>4304813
>literal bottom dog company

yeah, and somehow these bottom dogs made the best full frame hybrid camera on the market, and still come to market priced under the competition. nikon is fucking pathetic.

>>4304831
coping this hard.
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>>4305077
why are anusonic shills always such obnoxious retards? buyers remorse?
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>>4304813
>z cams are way better built
As a sonyfag I don't understand why sony has a larger market share when nikon makes better body with same sensor

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Do any of you guys take pics of toys, figures, model trains, dioramas, or anything of that sort? it's something I've been wanting to try my hand at.

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Sometimes I take my figures out of the box. Sometimes.

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I'm in the awkward position where I got myself a system camera mainly for the purpose of trying my hand at diorama... but I just end up using my phone because it's there and easier to go from picture to shitpost.

I think this is the pic where I told myself I really ought to get a proper camera and think of a workflow. So I got the camera, but the workflow part kinda took a backseat.

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Old films from a con

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>>4299130(me)
I came back with a different set up

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scanned from International Photo Technik circa 70s

> The consumer has been spoilt to such an extent by the photo equipment industry that he now expects cameras of increasingly technical sophistication and ease of operation.
> However, the actual results, the pictorial contents, usually remain far below the technical potential.
> Countless others claim to be "concerned" with photography but, in fact, 90% of camera-owners are snapshot-plebs, no matter what one cares to call them.
> Often the possession of photo equipment is an end in itself and nothing more than a status symbol.

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>>4304122
>he now expects cameras of increasing technical sophistication... the actual results...usually remain far below the technical potential.

This is true of everything in consumerism. Boomers demand 4k oled panels then watch shitty 1080p, low bitrate garbage beamed to them by TV providers

People insist on building trucks capable of towing extreme amounts, with lift kits and other modifications for rock crawling despite the fact they will never use it for such.

Because consumerism is not connected to anything other than consuming. If camera manufacturer's released a new camera with the same specs as a previous camera. Despite the fact a large portion of the consumers aren't currently using the camera to it's fullest potential will be upset, not because he is being limited but because he no longer has a reason to consume and without a reason to consume he realizes that he doesn't need to suffer the job that he endures because it pays well. He doesn't need to make the 45 minute daily commute he suffers through. He can no longer justify having missed large portions of his children's childhood. Without consumerism, the very foundations for the modern life are knocked out from under it and people have to face the fact that they are deeply unhappy and have been tricked into living a life they hate. So instead they consume it gives the illusion of progress and a sense of a tangible increase in material standing to justify all the time spent doing meaningless, unfulfilling busy work for 40+ hours a week.
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this is funny because it was probably a 4x5 studio boomer complaining about kids and their damn 35mm film cameras
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>>4304288
It is pathetically easy to use a camera to its highest potential

Just crop, and expect it to still look good. Or turn the ISO up. Or expect your prints to look sharp close up.
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>>4304294
way way, way way back when, people were buying relatively high speed cameras where the shutters went all the way up to 1/1000 (WOW) to take photos of landscapes and posed groups of family members at f/11. nothing else.

these days yeah its piss easy. point a camera at a dog, go to a sports game, be one of the million people who took an easily accessible community college art class online... but back then, they could not google, and the fastest sport was baseball.
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>>4304292
>this is funny because it was probably a 4x5 studio boomer complaining about kids and their damn 35mm film cameras
..with a light meter

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post some birds
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Really need a longer lens

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>>4304327
More of this blue tit

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>>4305019

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Dusky Grouse, Mt. Rainier Nat. Park

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I have an old jpeg thats corrupted that im trying to open. The last 6 apps i've tried display the pic, but either output it as a tiny thumbnail, or heavily watermark the image to the point of ruining it.

Does anyone know of an app that's free that is actually free to fix busted jpegs? Thanks, anons
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r-photo is one of the better free options
most free options in this category kinda suck
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>>4304405
unless I'm retarded, that appears to be an app to recover deleted stuff. I'm looking for something that fix's jpegs that are corrupted, not deleted. That, or I'm too stupid to use it properly???
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>>4304711
>I'm too stupid
yes
also
>>>/g/
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>>4304773
I debated that before posting, but it seems like the photog anons should have some experience in this realm. Besides, /g/ is too broad. If you guys can't come back with anything, I'll try over there...

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Now that JEWKON bought red.

I can already see what is going to happen to Red.

Do you want to hook an external HDR OLED 8k monitor? Only the flagship model has this, the most basic is limited to 1080p.

Do you want to use two SSDs instead of a single one?
Only the flagship model can do it, the most basic is limited to a single ssd.

It is over for red.
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>>4304652
>Sony would be... um...
Nosy?
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>>4300343
hmm. I didn't want nikon to die, but I don't know about this. I half feel like nikon should die, and RED seemed like a cool company.
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>>4304652
SNOZZ
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>>4303506

Because you cannot really patent a thing like that.
Nikon knows that and decided to implement it. Then, due to how everything went in court they decided to save money (time) directly buying Red so settle everything asap.
But due to the fact that the patents would reasonably not hold, it's reasonable to expect they will not even try to enforce it on canon and sony.
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>>4304652
>>4304660
And of course Trannysonic

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Post yours.

https://youtu.be/NAu34D2-SJc?si=5HBq-dXuguPfQ7Cl
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>>4304937
I think you made this thread to cry about trips in
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OP here, I just really like this photographer and thought I could support him by recommending him to others. Calm down please, and keep on topic.
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whats that sonny i dont read text posts on /p/
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>>4304937
>brings up ambush out of nowhere
>cries about some lens
one peek at an archive tells me why you're jelly
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>>4304953
Whats an archive just post a photo instead of some edited twitter screencap from /pol/

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>>4300282
It truly is a mystery anon. I mean, what could have changed 4 years ago to cause this???
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>>4304866
People born in the 90s hitting their 30s.
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>>4304941
Yes, it doe seem to be people born in the 90s hitting their 30s. And people born in the 80s hitting their 40s. Each successive generation has been exposed to more environmental pollution than the last, after all.
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>>4304946
so why aren't zoomers dying on a mass scale
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>>4304946
>pollution skyrocketed in the past 2 years
Kek

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Hello /p/

I come to you with a dilemma. A few months ago, my house was broken into by some urban youths and my dry cabinet with my Canon 5DMIV and L Lenses was stolen. Police did their thing, and my home insurance paid me out the total replacement value for my goods.

I figured now would be a good time to go mirrorless since I'm sitting on a good chunk of money and can afford to get a mid tier body and a trio of good lenses. My first instinct was to go back to Canon with the R6MKII or R5 and the 2.8 zooms but holy fuck are they about 30% more expensive than their DSLR and EF counterparts. I'd actually have to add some more out of my savings just to get the shit I want.

This obviously had me looking at Snoy. All the memes and influencer bait aside, it seems like they actually make pretty decent cameras and native lenses- as well as allowing Sigma and other manufacturers access to their AF mount. I can rebuild my kit and even have some left over to put towards a video oriented camera like the ZV-E1.

That's gotten me really interested since I've been shooting a lot more video lately. My dad has early stages of Alzheimer's so I've secretly been making vids of our family life, trips we take, places we go to eat, even when I visit him to walk our dog- just so he has something he can hopefully watch one day if things get worse. So having something that really can take stills and shoot great video with the same lenses is really attractive to me.

So please /p/, help a brother out. I don't spend too much time online since I'm mostly an analog shooter and used digital for weddings/engagement for some extra $$$. I don't know if Sony has fixed people's complaints regarding build quality, shit menus, or CoLOr ScIEnCE that people like to say are big reasons to avoid them.

I've been trying to do my research but everyone on YouTube is a shill and I can only check Ken Rockwell's site too many times without supporting his growing famaily.

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>>4304139

iPhone will fit your requirements perfectly. Nothing easier or better for taking video for elderly family members.
They don’t want to be messing around with tech trying to get it to play, they want something that will just work on their iPhone or iPad when they try to watch.
Also you will end up with so much more content since it’s way easier to carry around, shoot, doesn’t need any editing etc.
Trust me your family members do not give a fuck about bokeh or shallow dof
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>>4304375

Also you are correct about online, every single poster is just somebody arguing to justify whatever they chose to buy and every content creator is just lying to sell you shit. Trust none of them. Flickr groups for a camera or lens are good to show the average of what they produce, YouTube will have some video examples but mute the video to avoid opinions.
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>>4304375
Everyone already has an iphone
Everyone already knows they suck
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If you're looking to save money in as many ways as possible while still getting a pretty good product, go Sony.
If you're flush with cash go Nikon instead.
t. Sony user
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>>4304377
Flickr groups are awful. You can't conflate userbase with what a camera can actually do, especially not on flickr, or else you'd think film can only take boring photos of stop signs and digital can only take UWA HDR landscapes in yosemite national park.

Dear god, even Gerald is Dunking on Fuji onions. Why don't these people realize that they aren't 'misunderstood', they are just unlikable pretentious cunts on a budget since they'd all desperately like to shoot Lecia instead.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ngqu_qZSLV8&t=450s
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>>4304849
Can you not fucking read you dipshit? Where have I ever said that the retro dial layout is superior?

Don't project your own insecurities about your body onto me
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>>4304853
read the thread
>>4304765
>arthritis guaranteed design
>>4304631
>A normal white person in good health will have an even easier time using a Fuji. A normal white person in good mental health will also have a better time using a Fuji
>>4304616
>I'm saying that Fuji cameras are ergonomically superior for everyone
you're in the fujislug delusion zone where they think a failing paper company that relies on tiktok memes to survive ever had the right idea
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>>4304840
Could you show us some of that amazon rainforest beauty that you captured on that ergonomically perfect Canikon blob? Surely you don't use it just to photograph weddings.
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>>4304893
What's wrong with photographing weddings? Beats the underexposed bald spot snoozefest in /fag/.
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>>4294355
>see work taken with a Fuji that looks great
>see “work” taken with a Fuji that looks like ass
>get a snoy instead

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What is a good one? I've had this case for damn near 20 years and I don't see a reason to upgrade. It's vintage, and chicks dig it.

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>>4304515
Yeah, I would.
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Why do so many bags skip the 59 cent difference of rubber feet on the bottom so it doesn't get drenched from a wet table, or a single little extra piece of material in the front pocket so batteries or whatever don't jingle around?
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>>4304572
Rubber feet need a rigid base to keep the center of the bottom from touching the floor, increasing both weight and cost. But yea I agree on the extra inner pockets, there's either way too much (thinktank) or null (billingham). Just get a tech organizer.
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>>4300049
Aren't these for prolonged travel? I just bring one lens (tiny prime if the camera is priority 2, zoom if i'm there for photos) and maybe a battery in my pocket for digital or a second prime and a spare roll if it's film.

if i was traveling with a full kit i'd rather have a hardshell case with internal padding and more fixed in place organization. it could double as a work area to fiddle with all that gear.
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Do you guys prefer messenger bag or backpack?

Ordered a telescope on eBay a few weeks ago and it was the first clear night in weeks last night. With no experience using telescopes or space photography, managed to capture this with my iPhone held up to the eyepiece - no tripod.

Was really quite enjoyable setting up and trying to capture it and would like to do more of it.

So, any recommendations for starting gear, tripods, applications, any information you could give basically would be greatly appreciated!!
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>>4304282
just doing the moon and easy deep space objects,
literally any camera and a telescope adapter

it's more about the software you use to stack photos and setting up a tracking mount unless you want NASA quality
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>>4304282
Using phone camera with a telescope. Results as expected. Either get a real camera and proper adapter for your telescope, or simply use the viewfinder and enjoy the telescope. Phones and telescopes are often worse than a camera with a decent lens.
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>>4304282
Is the waviness atmospheric distortions or some phone AI postprocess stuff trying to fill in detail it thinks should be there?


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