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I see this a lot on social media where they act as if they are some famous hotshot photographer. Even worse when they try to be "fashionable". Covered in shitty tattoos, or dressing in "vintage fashion" from the 50s or 60s pretending to be a beatnic.

The post is usually something like
>people always tell me they want to live in my photos
then proceed to post the basic, uninteresting, over-edited garbage I've ever seen

It just makes them come off as very narcissistic, while every photographer I've ever met irl has been super nice. Is this just people hamming it up for their social media or are these retards just so full of themselves?

Why does photography attract so many unlikable and self-absorbed people?
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>>4316377
copying metadata into an instagram caption is top tier faggotry

nobody gives a fuck about your ISO and aperture. i think it makes normies see a bunch of numbers so they think its complex
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>>4315796
Photography went from a fun hobby and something you can do professionally to creating a pretentious persona online for engagement.
But those people always existed even before social media. I blame the rise in smart phone technology for everyone who even touches a camera considering themselves a photographer. Normies just see bokeh and better photos than their phones could take and assume some amateur is some artistic master.
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>>4315796
Inferiority complex: they are poor as fuck and anyone can master their skill in less than a year.
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>>4315796

Social media in general is toxic af. I networked more in the last two days working with people I ran into at the springs in Florida than in the last 6 months on social media. Met some chill ass people and some other underwater photographers and had just overall a great time.

Social media is just a huge pissing contest, it's a bunch of people who peaked in high school and are trying to hold on to their popularity. Most of it is fake and in the last few years has become hijacked by politicians and corporate interests. Most of the profiles are fake or bots or people from Nigeria or India trying to scam you.

Social media isn't about networking anymore, it's about maximizing your engagement time to sell you the maximum amount of ads and it will use its algorithm to show you whatever increases that time.

tl;dr: go outside
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>>4316492
>Inferiority complex
this/THREAD

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>>4312369
would be perfect with a touch of vignetting correction anon. very nice silhouette

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I don't understand. I've been taking photos and videos for over 10 years yet they still suck. I don't know why that is. I get told by family and friends my images are good, but every time I post it on the net there's someone there that says it's awful.

Do you all know?

(Side note to mods. The pepefrog image is related to photography. It shows him using a camera).
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>>4310153
You are either mentally handicapped or take great pleasure in ragebaiting nerds. I can almost imagine you running around town with the cheapest and shittiest snapshit point and shit you could find, taking great care not to accidentally take a normal or even good photo, giggling while fucking around with the metadata whilst thinking: ‚Bro imma make those nerds rage so hard lmao.‘

At least that‘s the only explanation for your images I could come up with.
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>>4316112
Okay, have a good day. Thank you for viewing my pictures.
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>>4316112
there is an archetype of person that never ever ever improves because they can't stand even the possibility of doing something wrong or needing to change themselves.
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We should all laugh at zach. He got banned for off topic whining on the film general when he admits to not shooting film.

All his posts were deleted too. Lmao.
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>>4309905
Dear Zach, I think you should do the following: Set a ‚trigger‘ for each day you are going out taking photos. These triggers can be anything. The color blue, bikes, a pretty sky, anything specific. When you go out to shoot with the specific trigger in mind, I want you to shoot at least 500 photos. Try different angles, distances, use different elements to frame your subject, like branches, inbetween two parked cars, whatever is there. Look for ways to either frame your subject or put it in perspective.
From what I see, you always fill the frame with your subject, which is good, and you always scan your image edges for distractions, which is also good. I think I can see where you want to go with your very subject orientated images. But maybe you just need to go a bit wider, a change your angles a bit. Sometimes you have to do things differently for a while or things you don‘t necessarily want or like in your images to get a better understanding for what you actually want to do. I also know it is hard to work with criticism when you have autism, and yes: many of the comments here were very negative to you and your photography. Bur remember the following: There are no rules. The only thing that matters is that you are having fun. Don‘t break yourself trying to do what others deem ‚better‘. Sometimes you have to leave your comfort zone to improve what you actually want to do. This is true in all art. So take the bitter pill, do things completely different and against your instincts, if that‘s difficult for you, maybe try with just one shot a day where you deviate from the usual. You don‘t have to tell or show anyone. I really want you do enjoy photography and I hope this comment helped you.

I am also very active on reddit (AskPhotography, postprocessing, photocritique), and I think the overall more positive environment there could help you more to get where you want to be.

Opinions on his skills?

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>>4316542
I watched this movie for the first time this year and I really enjoyed it. I feel like he is very representative of the levels of autism on /p/
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>>4316543
> he is very representative of the levels of autism on /p/
agreed
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>>4316542
>Opinions on his skills?
I'll be happy to offer an opinion. Let me know when he gains some skills.
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>>4316543
I keep telling you, this is the real literally me film

The first known photograph of a little girl

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Sage I'm getting fishy feelings about this thread, just keep an eye on it okay.
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>>4241034
Someone post it
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>>4316577
p-post what?
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>>4316577
its fine when a woman does it
i hate this matriarch we live

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Am I crazy or do all these images look a bit washed out or overexposed in post

Looks like a really fun day
>>4315556
I like this one with the sweden colored cars plus the flag
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>>4315631
Thanks man, i sorted out over 1000 images to get these lol

>>4315739
Yeah idk my d700 likes to wash stuff out if its REALLY sunny like that day, i usually keep it at 1/3 stop under but not today for some reason, also there was a LOT of dust in the air despite them watering the track like three times.
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>>4315755
Were you shooting raw or jpg? Either way would be dead simple to correct in post, wouldn't it? I like the look fwiw but I could see it not being to everyone's taste. The subject isn't my cup of tea but you did a great job capturing the energy here.
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>>4315766
I shoot raw, and these are corrected lol, they were even worse before.
Idk maybe lightroom hates me cus in camera raw it was better
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>>4315540
1/1600 isn't very fast, and was about right here considering the comfy amount of blur in the dust. IMO, people focus too much on getting max wheel and background blur to the point of it being a meme. It also ruins most of their shots and they appear to be in denial, still posting them with the entire car blurred... often the wrong direction too because they fucked up the pan. There are people here with 1 second exposures of cars and they look ridiculous.

I have heard very very good things about the Ricoh GRIII on YouTube and Reddit and am about ready to pull the trigger to make photography fun again and have a camera that is truly always with me so I don't miss any special moments.

But recently I have checked some of the photos from the camera on Instagram and they seem really poor. The smearing is almost worse than an iPhone 15 Pro and it's a lot bigger and almost the same price. Has anyone here actually used one or have links to good photos taken with them? I don't want to waste money if it is just a meme and not actually good.
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>>4315327
>Those dog filters... all made for women
Uh oh
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>>4315492
>If you can't find it at those prices it must be because the used camera market is bonkers right now and nothing makes sense
It's been that way for years.
The slugs getting priced out of the X100 series have only made it worse.
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>>4315618
white women desperately want to be dogs because they know deep down inside that white men would prefer them that way, but YWNBAD so they surround themselves with dogs and dog accessories to cope
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>>4315624
Well uh
Yeah actually

I wouldnt want my gf to be a husky tho, too noisy and independent.
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>>4315610
You can thank Daido Moriyama for that.

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Casual phoneshitter here. First time shooting anything with a DSLR. How did I do? What can I improve?
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>>4315967
First one goes extremely hard and is the best be a lot
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>>4315991
>>4315972
>>4315973
>>4315975

are also pretty good
>>4315976
kinda ruined by excessive noise
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>>4315999

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>>4315967
Atmosphere is very good but the composition is messy. Lots of distractions in the lower right.

>>4315968
this one lacks light on your subject which generally makes things look better, it's also not level

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>>4315973
These two are nice. I think an ND filter would have really helped the second one bringing that sun's brightness down, it kind of dominates the image

>>4315976
I like the noise in this one. It feels like very early morning and I like that.

>>4315982
I like parts of this one. I feel like the top of the plant is cut off awkwardly because you wanted to get the water in frame. I think it would have helped if this were shot in portrait or with a wider lens

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>>4315990
If this had better lighting would be a good birb pic.
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>>4315967
>How did I do?
Okay. These are decent "I have a good camera now" snaps. Underexposed and muddy. Not particularly interesting, but you tried with composition in some of them. You did okay.

>What can I improve?
Just take more photos and explore more. You can make something good if you practice enough. My advice is broad, I know. Happy shooting.
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>>4315967
most are oversaturated

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Here are some photos I took today. Started
photographing "properly" yesterday, so I'm open
to criticism.
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trash. please stop.
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>>4316216
stop putting the date in the corner. That would help
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>>4316351
sure
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TIL /p/ is a chud board that hates poc

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>>4315862
They say the perfect hobby doesn't exis....
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>>4315823
Didn't kodachrome banish blacks to the shadowrealm?
I recall seeing pics of old HS yearbooks and the pics of people with dark skin look like a parody where only their eyes and teeth are visible. I seem to recall some screeching about this as well, retrospective screeching.
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>whites and blacks, fight now!
>Sarah (((Lewis)))
Must be an election year where the media and parties chose two candidates america didnt want by pressuring everyone to quit and deplatforming anyone else
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>>4316262
It was obviously kino for documentary photography that dark skin colour turned out that way. The effect is universally imitated by journalists in digital photos to this day, nyt themselves use photos like that in Sudan coverage right now.
jk, its just that dark skin inherently requires a brighter exposure and would blow out the scene, not to mention the issue with contrast
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>>4316285
Are you suggesting the surname Lewis has a certain ancestry tied to it?

Well I Googled it and it's northern European blend.

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This was taken in Busan, South Korea. It's hard to see, but it was drizzling a bit at the time, and a few minutes later, it was pouring rain. I didn't bring an umbrella, and I was completely lost. I stopped under an awning outside of a restaurant to use my phone, and a Korean guy (maybe in his 40s) who happened to be driving by at the time stopped his car, got out, handed me an umbrella, got back in his car, and drove off, all without saying a single word. I tried to politely refuse (I actually like the rain), but he wouldn't take his umbrella back.
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Trash quality but I decided to put up a camera and record a hummingbird baby in a nest. Started livestreaming it so I could monitor from wherever and have youtube record it for free.
Going to mount a mft camera and run it into a capture card then stream that in a day or two, but for now this is comfy.
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... Forgot pic rel*
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I managed to narrowly miss an oncoming thunder storm by a few minutes on my way to to the station. I had a while to wait for my train, so I took a few shots of the cyclists braving the storm.
I was really lucky to get this shot, somehow the subject is perfectly in focus.
I got a few more photos I'm happy with which I'll also share.

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I love the guys in the background of this photo, just in awe of approaching rain.

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I like the picture within the picture from that woman's phone.

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I am dreading having to go back to work tomorrow.
Posting these as cope/drowning out another no foto thread.
Crits welcomed.

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thanks for looking.
fucking off for now.

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Thanks for the fotos
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Bro, these are ass. Snapshits. Find yourself a project and shoot only that for months if you want to improve, because you need cohesion and the ability to develop a theme.
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Nice pictures. You must have been at a parade.

Are there any anons here practicing erotic photography? How do you find your models willing to pose for such photos? Or do you have to pay them?
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>>4307784
Occasionally yeah. Used to a lot more.
Instagram is still a decent place to find models, or local Facebook groups. But where I live now, models are flaky as fuck and end up canceling more than half the time so it makes me want to not bother.
Easier to motivate them if you’re paying them.
If you can read context at all then you can usually tell from a model’s portfolio whether she’d be willing to shoot what you’re interested in. But you need to be professional and present yourself professionally.
If you want a hooker then hire a hooker.
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>>4316073
or is it the other way around? That would make even less sense I think... Also, how do you set the camera settings to get the flowers to be clear and coloful, but your wife just a silhouette? I'm really impressed by these photos lol
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>>4314278

That is not me lol I don't ever drop my trip here because it makes faggots seethe.

>>4313361

These are outstanding, probably some of the better erotic work posted here.
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>>4316078
Are you drunk right now sugar?
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I really miss Craigslist for finding models. Last time I posted an ad there, years ago, they deleted it and told me to fuck off.

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Post scanning rigs.

Apparently the main caveat of buying a dedicated scanner is slow as shit workflow, having to edit the picture with shitty software BEFORE moving to the next frame, and feed it manually yet.

Have you built a scanning rig? Did you order the kit online? What can you make a backlight of? How do you ensure the camera is completely perpendicular and the film is correctly aligned? Tell me ideas to feed the negatives without scratching them.

I have a Nikon D3300 with the kit 18-55 zoom. I've read most use a 55mm macro prime. I only have the kit lens and some "macro" extension rings. Is that good enough?

Pic not mine, but an interesting setup.
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>>4314030
Sorry anon, laying in bed sick and responding to shit. You’re probably right.
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>>4314030
As an emu fucker (aka emussy enjoyer) I am disgusted by these people sharing my hobby.
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>>4314030
>dog fuckers who have near-daily sex with their dogs
Is it even love if you don't do it several times a day?
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>>4314030
Untrue. Some of us make our wives & daughters do it.
and some of us make your daughters do it when they show up to our shoots to “model”.
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Do I get the Essential film holder or the Pixl-latr?

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They are for sure gonna release something new and spicy very soon because the market conditions dictate it, but what do they have in the pipeline spec-wise?
R5MK2 with higher megapickles and faster readout to compete with the z9 and z8?
Retro-larp camera to compete with fujifilm? Some even speculate in a R6MK3 because the MK2 is heavily discounted at the moment. The mythical R1? Maybe a plain RMK2?

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>>4314261
The biggest drawbacks with the 50 1.2 is the chromatic aberrations and somewhat slow focusing motor otherwise I haven't seen much to indicate that snoy makes better products.
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>>4314261
>native sony lenses are the best on the market and brutally mog all cannot and niggor junk
lol
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maybe it is new powershot 28-70mm equivalent, sd memory card, canon colours and twist zoom

i keep seeing these r8 is now affordable to you if you really want it emails
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>What is canon cooking?
Whatever you heart desires
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>>4314261
>brutally mog all cannot and niggor junk
you sure about that?


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