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and even though i as a 40 year old millennifart boomer often shit on gen-z i think it is kinda cool. Just imagine them going to whatever social gathering they are assembling in, bringing out all these cool semi-vintage digicams that nobody gave 2 shits about until recently..
The market is absolutely booming right now.. they want it all. The shittiest model you can imagine? Guess what.. they want it and they want to pay more than yesterday.
In certain niche markets these things sell for even above ebay prices which is insane.
Gen-z is unironically making photography fun again?
It is also quite interesting to think about the conditions that made this possible in the first place. So what happened exactly? My viewpoint is the following:
Younger Gen-z social media users have only used cellphones for photography.. they have finally realized that the platform has limitations.. they look at pictures their parents took of them when they were kids using digicams and want that particular look etc, meanwhile the large camera companies have completely neglected this market segment thanks to plebs only using their phones. just look at Canon for instance.. they haven't released a single Ixus model in 7 years and their last hoorah was nothing special in terms of specifications so we have to go back even further to find their high end models. Other companies have done the same.. there is nothing to be seen from the likes of Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Fuji, Samsung or any of the companies that for years made these ultra-compact and cool looking cameras.
It find it all really strange. You have a generation that simply loves this type of stuff and nothing to sell them. Just imagine these cameras with updated hardware, maybe some fresh colors and "limited edition" varieties.
Also feel free to post pics of cool digicams.
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>>4285524
>It is also quite interesting to think about the conditions that made this possible in the first place.

older point and shoot cameras have way more soul then cellphones. modern cell phones look good but they have crazy amounts of automatic post processing. also small sensors with high megapixel count has the effect of making photos look soulless. then you sprinkle a CCD sensor and you got a winner.

I think I helped start this trend and the A590 has been on of my favorites.
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>>4303821
Marty’s mom really needed to do some hardcore gonzo titty worship porno in her prime and it’s an unforgivable sin that she didn’t tbqhwy
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>>4285524
Get ahead of the curve and start buying vintage DSLRs before it's too late

They're already more expensive because they were always expensive, from launch. Are you ready for the future of $1200 D800s and people paying near MSRP for old EOS lenses?
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>>4304500
>Only $100!? This "film" camera takes infinite photos!
>Don't order that mirrorless until you've tried THIS
>REAL FILM GRAIN ON DIGITAL! Nikon D2x in 2024
>Which one will people choose? D700 vs Z8 BLIND TEST

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Please share your images taken with long focal lengths.
>i bought pic related last week
300mm FF equivalent or longer only.
NO test shots of street furniture thankyou, only images you left the house to shoot.

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>>4304052

Thanks <3

>it makes no sense at all to shoot a crop-sensor sony.

Yep, mostly I know. I would go for an a7cII but it's expensive. =( Moreover I would drop to 15 MP cropping to aps-c so I would need to change all my lenses:

Sigma 30 f/2.8 -> Sony 50 f/1.8 -> 200€ NICE!
Samyang 12 f/2 manual -> sony 14mm f/1.8 or Laowa 10mm f/2.8 -> 1400€ or 800€ FUCK
Sony 20 f/2.8 small pancake -> Samyang 35 f/2.8 -> 200€ ok, for pocketability
Sony 55-210 f/4.5-6.3 -> Tamron 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3 > *-450mm f/high in FF -> a kidney ç_ç
I have some other toy lenses that I love, like the 7Artisans 7.5 fish, that I will not be able to move to FF.

Moreover the lenses would be way bigger.

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>>4304162
Yeah, it's definitely very stupid to set out to build a whole kit of povo lenses.
Just buy the superzoom and use it until you're not so fucking broke.
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>>4304162
While it is nice to have full frame, it does have its advantages, I wouldn't get that hung up about sticking with APS-C. It's still very capable, you've got sensor performance only a stop behind the better of the full frame DSLRs and no one was complaining about those, and those didn't have IBIS and the AF sucked in comparison. And you also have a legitimate reach advantage with crop sensors unless you were comparing an old low res sensor to a modern high res full frame.
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>>4304162
the sony 70-350 is pretty good for being so small.
I wouldn't feel the pressure to jump to full frame, APS-C is great for birding.

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Looking forward to summer.

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Why do old photographs looks so crystal sharp? Is it because of the giant glass negatives?
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>>4301867
Where do you think you are nigger?
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>>4297371
wide equivalent FOV compared to FF. Combined with tiny apertures (everything in focus) and long exposure. Voila. Very sharp.
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>>4297371
>Is it because of the giant glass negatives?

probably. Those large formats had to have a megapixel equivalent of like over 100. it's amazing they were able to make sharp lenses.
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>>4302678
>calling someone else a turbo sperg when you're the one unable to read contextual cues like the date something is published, or the shift in tone between a recommendation to a mug punter and an actual technical analysis, which he frequently gives both of, or between a statement of opinion vs fact, comparison vs absolutism, etc.
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>>4300665
Look under Ryan Rockwell's page.

How the fuck do I get the angle right? It has never been my experience to have a dish in front where it's super puper obvious what exactly is worth showing.

pic attached is one way to go about it, escpecially with lunch boxes where every slot should be shown, but is there a rule of thumb for angling? should i just go along with my guts on it? can't help but feel that i could have done a better job of a dish just by tilting the plate a tad.
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i think you should build the meal around the angle rather than the other way around.
food photography is so extremely fake to begin with, its basically a diorama but its edible (sometimes it isnt tho lmao)

im really just talking out of my ass here btw ive never done food photography in my life

oh and stick to one light source to illuminate the whole meal, makes for good highlights
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>>4299256
I like top down to show plating and portions, but the meal can't be hot or you'll fog your lens - at least from my experience shooting in a lightbox.
I got sick of having to eat my incredible meal cold to be able to photo it, so I just take a quick phone snap and chow down now.
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>>4299256
Try using a 4x5 camera.
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>>4299256
Your food'll go cold if you do this shit. Just eat your meal instead of being some posh git, leave photography for more interesting subjects.
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>>4299256

An easy trick is dropping the food, you could of held a grape above the meal and photographed it falling, and then the money shot of it bouncing up in the air while the rest of the food gets slightly bumped.
Best result is you need a 2nd person to just drop the plate of food and then you shoot as it hits the table and the food bounces.

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Are you preparing for the eclipse? I just slapped a filter on my cheap 300mm tamron, no idea what I'm doing but I read a few things online.

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>>4303560
>to show that i planed in advance
And planning that firmly in advance for a weather-dependent event is still retarded even if you were lucky. What if the nearest clear skies were 100 milss or more from the hotel?
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>>4303598
He'd have a nice vacation for cheap
Why are you so mad?
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From Lancaster, PA. Nikon D800 and 80-200mm F/2.8 D

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>>4303599
pretty sure he is mad because he waited till the last minute to go somewhere and still cucked by clouds.

>>4303598
nigger, as you can see in my picture i have a 11 month old, i'm not driving hundreds of miles out of my way at the last minute with a baby screaming in my backseat for hours because some faggy weatherman told me to. also you clearly dont regularly look at weather reports if you think they're ever accurate. the entire two weeks ahead of the eclipse it was said indianapolis was going to have either mostly cloudy or rain as the weather on monday. the skys were clear the entire time. the only time i even had rain was for like an hour on tuesday when i went to the zoo.

anyways where even are your eclipse pics itt?
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just wanted to brag about my eclipse pic after seeing all of yours.

>is it post processed
yes
>is it overexposed
yes
>is it still better than the others here
yes sir

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ITT: previous work from more than 10 years ago that you shot

I'm doing a huge data migration and have had a second look at all of my early stuff when I had a Digital Rebel. I'll post stuff as I get through it and see it. This particular one is 2011.

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>>4302317

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>>4302310
Trains are classy because they can have amenities on board

A bus is just cramming 50 dirty hobos into a hollowed out and stretched VW beetle
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>>4302412
japan can do busses right

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>>4298895
I regret never getting to see a shuttle launch. Based dude.
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>>4301854
The building's called Alba Nova, but NORDITA seems like the kind of people whod' hang out there.

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>>4209257
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>>4304018
>astro gear gets used very little
that's another aspect to it, there's realistically 2-3 nights every month that's good for imaging, and of those, it depends on cloud cover. so a generous assumption would be like 8 imaging sessions per year on a single piece of gear, with people maybe upgrading gear every 5-10 years or so

my nikon labophot 2 from the 80s is going very strong. i assume most quality astro gear should last at least that long, say 2-3 decades or so. i'll look for the best quality EQ mount used in like a $2k budget
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>>4303734
>Scopes are different than normal camera lenses as they try to achieve optical perfection with as little as possible chromatic aberration, astigmatism and lens distortion (but that's only if you're imaging)
anon, you just described every camera lens ever made
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Annoyingly breezy last night, but I don't mind this one too much.

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>>4280143
whys this picture moving toward me ?
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>>4303869
seems like this comet likes to hide behind trees

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Took this photo of a cute lovely bird

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>>4239795
i have one
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>>4296093
that very nice, more birds the better

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bump thread of photos
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>>4279965
comfy/10
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>>4275675
super cute

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>>4304295
>professional photographers and cinematographers
>something actually good and artistic
Choose one
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>>4304296
>pfff those fags called "artistes" and "ateurs" aint shit look at the edge contrast on this iso900159420 USAF resolution test chart. sigma rules bitches!
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>>4304295
why do you write like a retard
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>>4304299
Trying not to speak too far above you're level
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4304299
Is this some new bot? I’ve seen this same exact reply in a few different threads across the boards now. Wonder what the trigger is.

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>forces you to use a tripod or set your ISO to 256 million in low light
>forces you to use an ND in daylight
when will this shit technology improve?
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>>4303980
>sensor can only be used once before necessitating complete replacement
lol, lmao even
>baked in color, requires changing entire sensor for different grades
pfft what a joke format
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>>4303985
I wouldn’t know
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I wish we'd get CCD sensors back
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>>4304010
Your behavior exposes the lie.
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>>4304033
If you say so

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Just received this. Going to give it 2 weeks and then probably sell my XT4 and lenses if I love it.

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>>4304065
>without squeezing it down
you do realize this is the entire purpose of a speed booster you retard. what you're describing is just a mount converter. you lack the most basic understanding of what is even being described, and are inventing an alternate reality in which you are right just because your ego is too fragile to admit you're wrong.
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>>4304234
NTA but you have shit reading comprehension. They're saying FF lens on a FF sensor (ie not squeezed down) is better than a FF lens squeezed down with optics. Optics soften.
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>>4304234
>a mount converter
Won't "squeeze" or otherwise mess around with the light because it doesn't contain any lenses.
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>find mju II for 20€ in mint conditions
>shoot 2-3 films with it
>put on ebay sell for 300€
>need money to repair my ga645
Many such cases
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>>4303534
>>4303535
>>4303540
OK thanks, guess I'm stalking eBay for a good unit.

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Prolly late to the party but here they are. The weather sucked, my tripod sucked, and I sucked. That said I had a lot of fun and an eclipse is worth seeing.
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And last one.
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Why did you make a new thread for this
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>>4304185
because OP is a faggot and thinks he was the only one to take photos of the eclipse
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>>4304104
We were cloudier. I got nothin' during totality. Glad you managed something.
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>>4304194
Alcohol is a hell of a drug. Just didn't see the other thread. :l

The We'll actually post photos edition

Previous thread >>4300690

/fgt/ daily reminder (courtesy by anon): one stop per decade is (generally) bullshit
>negative film ages better than positive
>black and white better than color
>slow films better than fast
>storage conditions (dry/cool) matter more than years
>Negative film is shot 1 or 2 stops overexposed and then PULLED in development so that you build more density in the exposure and develop less such that the fog is limited
>slide/positive film is shot at box speed or overexposed and pulled.
>if you home develop you can also use benzotriazole as a restrainer for the the first developer in E6 process


Useful links

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>>4304472
>enlargement lens
any lens will do, enlarger lenses are stupid expensive for no reason
The hard part is getting the light flat and even, that's what the condenser does
>>4304474
>And also you will need to attach light source to the timer somehow
just git gud and count seconds
>light from the light bulb to turn on and off instantly without delay.
LEDs turn on and off far faster than incandescent, stop buying dollar store shit bulbs
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>>4304472
This is one of the simplest designs for an enlarger. It's called the intrepid enlarger, and they look pretty cool. It's like a reverse 4x5 camera. Fairly inexpensive, but you can get cheaper off ebay.
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NEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWW
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>>4304682
Do it, bro. Make a new one. If I do it I'm going to mildly annoy a handful of easily annoyed people with my picture and edition choice.
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>>4304705
>>4304705
>>4304705
>>4304705

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• Theme: Imitation
• Deadline: From 17 March to 7 April

Theme:
• Submissions have to try replicate a specific work of art (a painting, another photograph)
• You have to include the name and author of the original
• You are not limited in what works you can replicate. If You'd like you can also replicate other submissions

Rules:
• Photo must be taken during the timeline. Images taken before this thread was started won't count.
• Post images with exif, if possible. If you can't, just state that they were taken during the timeline.
• Three entries per photographer max.
• A day after the competition ends, all valid images will be posted for voting.

Optional:

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>>4302285
nicely done. what is your reference piece?
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>still no new challenge
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>>4302861
Why thank you, what an honor. I just can't stop winning I guess.
>>4302956
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabbage_Leaf
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ed weston btw, I guess I was supposed to include that with the entry
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>STILL no new challenge
OP got his foreskin stuck in a deli slicer and didn't survive.
RIP.

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any good naming scheme or organization tips for a retard like me?
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>>4303989
cANON pls, it's not the first picture of that type you have posted
just admit you got caught and we can forget this ever happened
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>>4303938
I put every single photo I’ve ever shot into one folder
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>>4304004
Uh, that’s you. cANON is the one with hairy negatives. Get it right.
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>>4303953
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery (that mediocrity can pay to greatness).
>>4303982
Rent free
>>4304046
No I'm not, I'm the guy with the b&w boatpix.
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>>4304051
>Imitation
Now for the reveal

I took that photo to send to my mom


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