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And noone can stop me

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>>4283110
Top
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>>4292105
Don’t worry, nobody would ever accuse anyone of creeping on those two food bags
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>>4280408
paparazzi gas station subject;
Capture the moment when people drip the hose before and after insertion.
maybe a 3step collage of insertion, the wandering stare, and extraction of drip.
no, this is not sexual, it's kino.
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>>4301501
glad u liked em, it's probably the tropical third world things going on in the pictures :)

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>>4280864

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>>4284720
what camera do you use?
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bump photo trade
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>>4284653
you export the photo from your editing program in a higher bit rate and/or change the color space
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>>4284480
>>4284485
these are beautiful photos
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>>4288491
Geno Samuel looked into the abyss for too long.

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ok your camera is cool but is it space worthy??

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>>4298463
Doubtful. When NASA partnered with Hasselblad to make cameras for the space program, they went all in to make sure the images were as good as possible. They use special plates with hash marks precisely measured so they could do accurate photometric work on the photographs, they built a special 500 El with a conductive plate inside so that static wouldn't build up in the camera as the film advances and generates a static charge, the lenses were all hand kicked out of the line and adjusted to produce the best results possible for each of them. All in NASA paid them somewhere over a million and a half dollars for about four dozen cameras, some 150 lenses, and Extras like 70 mm backs. I actually own one lens from the special group plus a spare EL body that they sold at auction in 1997.
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>>4302333
PS. In the Ron Howard film Apollo 13, you can see them throwing cameras Down the Hatch to put into the Command Module for reentry when the trying to balance off the weight difference from the lack of moon rocks. Ron was lucky enough to partner with somebody who knew where he could get these cameras from private collectors myself included. I didn't get to instruct the actors on how to use these cameras, the other person did who had more in it. Unfortunately when they were doing filming on board the vomit Comet for these scenes, they tossed the lens across the Gap too quickly in the mock-up, and the guy missed it and hit the wall and damaged it. One lens that NASA wanted, but they didn't get in time was the 105 F 4.3 UV Sonnar. By the time that was available, they'd already gotten a workaround lens from another company and adapted it.
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>the best space pic ever

Sorry but if you aren’t shooting a hasselblad you aren’t trying.

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>>4298463
It's a nationwide hobby project, not the military. Their funding is justified different.
>military: spend as little money as possible, but also wantonly waste money on bullshit R&D and even flying tires back and forth to use more gas to show that you need your budget
>NASA: gimme five million dollars i want a cooler rocket
So they actually did buy the best camera they could afford. I'm sure a hasselblad SLR was available at the time but apparently their build quality's gone to shit over the years, so say hasselblad users.
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>>4302715
NASA and pork go hand in hand, SLS is a good example of how they operate. spend way more to get as little in return as possible

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About to turn on the National Geographic Photographer series on Disney+. So tell me, /p/, before I watch it, did I like it?
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>didney seropositive
You didn't
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>>4298343
>womeme
>digislop
>modernslop
>yidsney
>meme low contrast shit slop
it's shit and you hated it

>>4298345
based
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>>4298343

You should know the answer to this even from the pic you posted.
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You kids might not be old enough to know this, but there was a time when National Geographic was widely respected for both content and photographic excellence. Not that you could tell these days. Now, get off my lawn.
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>>4300040
>based
This is actually based but a person who publicly shares such opinions is a low-level degenerate with almost 100% chance. A real paradox, isn't it?

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I hope just posting some photos like this is not against the rules because I don't see other threads like this but I also think it's too many pictures to post into the general threads.

I haven't taken photos in a while so I am going by instict and I would not be surprised if these are all pointless but I would still appreciate feedback even if it's all negative to know what kind of direction I should go.
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that's all

my monitor is not calibrated so idk how the colors look for you
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He can't keep getting away with it!
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>no replies

Damn this bad?
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>>4302510
This board is shit, anon. Worst photography board on the internet by far.
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>>4302510
nothing here seems very interesting or pleasant visually or in terms of subject. >>4301747 is at least punchy with the color and contrast, but the composition seems meh.
anyways, this board is generally not interested in photos and you should count yourself lucky that the average /p/ moron hasn't polluted your thread with a reply. 90% of your replies would something like >building corners. in the thread that i filled to image limit, none of the comments were meaningful or useful. none showed signs that the poster had even looked at my pictures.

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Contax G2 Edition

Previous thread >>4298187

/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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New bread when
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>>4302672
I baked, go check catalog
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NEW THREAD

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>>4300690
Seems too good to be true should I pull the trigger

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>>4300697
Please. I get double perforated movie film from an IMAX camera operator here in Vancouver to use in my hasselblad. Lots of great film available

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My most recent red pandas.

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>$15 for 26exp ultramax
>$17 for Colorplus
>$18 for Gold 200

yep, im thinking its over
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>>4302133
i uh, i dont have DM in my country lol
do they have a website?
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Shoot black and white, get pro film for 9 or 10 bucks a roll. (Delta, Tmax, Rollei).
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I don't know why but I'm always content with film prices even with the inflated prices. But the development price when I send them to the lab, that's what gets me bothered. Not sure why.
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>>4302133
DM only sells film inside Germany (since like 2021)
the employees can't even order it any more
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>>4302230
Or be a smart person and bulk load XX for like 4 bucks per roll...

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A couple of months ago I asked for help getting a PVS14 attached to my Nikon. I wanted to reply here and say thanks to the Anon that gave me encouragement and advice. I finally got this project done and wanted to offer my learnings to anyone interested.
I used a standard PVS14 and a manual focus 50mm lens connected by a couple of thread adapters.
PVS14 eye pieces have 30mm threads. The key is to find an adapter that goes from M30 to the filter size on your lens. The threads on both the pvs14 and filters are female threads. You'll need to find an adapter or combo of adapters that goes male to male 30mm to filter-size. My filter was some oddball 43mm. I was able to find a 30mm (male) to 43mm (female), but near as I can tell no place on earth makes a male-to-male adapter in 43mm. I had to make my own on the CNC. Don't make my mistake: find a 50mm lens with a filter size that has readily available male-to-male thread adapters!! don't get a 43mm unless you want to burn a couple of hours making your own!!
My contraption went:
PVS14 -> 30mm(male) to 43mm(female) -> homebrew 43mm male-to-male -> 43mm filter on 50mm lens -> Nikon Z8.
Even with all of this, it took some fiddling to get sharp photos. Thus far I haven't quite been able to match the clarity of the PVS14 as seen through the eye with the camera. I got this for taking photos of stars, but it was overcast today so you get pictures of my cats sleeping in the dark

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>>4301868
jesus dude, you are a retard.
I can tell you've never owned a PVS14.
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>>4301898
Things that are about same colour in visible light can reflect NIR very differently and vice versa. It's not about visible colour but composition of the reflecting surface. There is a thing called IR spectroscopy for identifying chemical substances.
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>>4301876
Gen 3 nods see enough of the visible spectrum to form a color image from three RGB filtered shots. However, to get color comparable to what we're used to you would also need to filter IR. If you left the IR it would be like an extreme IR color photo from a converted digital sensor. More extreme than a SiOnyx Aurora (webm related).
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>>4300041
Were you the anon who asked about how to do this a while back? I remember directing someone to k/nvg/ for all the info.

In any case, nice shots anon. Fucking love nods.
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>>4301982
>Were you the anon who asked about how to do this a while back?
Yes! thank you for sending me that way and for your encouragement. It all came together when I made my own 43mm thread adapter and adjusted the diopter.
and I totally agree these things are amazing, the PVS14 truly is a magic device.

>The Yongnuo YN433 can be used to record 4K video at up to 24fps, and is designed to be a versatile USB streaming camera, with multiple uses including live streaming or webcam use

This looks pretty great desu
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What can that thing do that GX85 cannot?
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>>4301917
webcam, super low quality 4k
If that doesn't interest you, there is the android based YN455II
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>>4296907
Oh, MAN, that will be the envy of anyone still using a 2nd gen iPad for a webcam.
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>>4301927
>webcam, super low quality 4k
Yes but GX85 can do those
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>>4301927
>android based YN455II
that's somewhat interesting, new phone candidate

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>Leading line is broken too early and the eye gets lost. I find myself then drawn to the anomaly in the image which is the pole in the centre of the frame.
Am I retarded for still liking this picture very much? I have trouble with composition and leading lines in general and really can't see the problem here at all (can't see them in the obvious good cases either, my eye doesn't wander shit, just looking straight at the photo).
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>>4297041
leading lines have to lead to something or help fame a point of interest
if that photo is not an example of leading lines
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>>4297041
it's just an overdone boring shot
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>>4297041
>leading lines yadda yadda
yeah, it's not a very good picture. personally, i've got very lost in trying to find the subject, then i've realized nothing is really a subject here, or maybe lines are leading you into emptiness because calm emptiness is what caught your eye
>am i retarded for still liking it
not really, i kinda like the general vibe and this odd sense of emptiness despite having a person in frame. it's not a good photo, it feels like a smartphone snap you do when you feel the mood and want to quickly try capturing it, but it can be liked
>I find myself then drawn to the anomaly in the image which is the pole in the centre of the frame.
oh, so there's a pole there
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>>4297041
Snapshit cringe picture feels like someone who just started photography 2 days ago

0 value
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>lines don't lead to anything interesting
>lines take up too little of the frame to be the main focus
>way too much empty space
>symmetry isn't strong enough to carry the photograph
Those are the reasons I don't like this photo.

That doesn't mean you aren't allowed to like it. If you're looking to improve, maybe ask yourself exactly what you like about it and then ask yourself how you could exaggerate those features even more next time you come across a similar scene.

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I've always loved these grainy low quality images from soviet cameras during the war. How would i go about replicating this on gimp? Besides grain, vignette , and shadow light curve adjustments, what else could i do? I use a nikon d3500 and the kit kens because Oklahoma poverty life. I think the best indicator of how far behind the soviets were technologically compared to germany or america is by the combat photography.
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contrast is a big part of it
left original
right sovietified
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>>4301929
I'd denoise then re sharpen it a few times.
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>>4301929
Interesting. Thanks.

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Can someone finally explain the difference, benefits and drawbacks of DSLRs and mirrorless?
Trying to buy a camera and I'm lost in the autism
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>>4301717
The entire point of entry level is and always has been to be a scam. In capitalism, it exists to drive consumers towards a more expensive product and get retards to basically pay for the same service several times. It only gets better if you're going full boomer and saying
>back in my day this woulda been ten grand
Until you find out it's only that good for like 3 years then it breaks

Buy twice cry twice. More accurate AF, better everything are also nice. As long as it lasts 10 years I get my moneys worth.
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>>4301718
In three years mid and entry level cameras will be thr same tech as top cameras right now. And it will peak in technology. You watch.
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>>4301723
Cameras are a mature technology. They're already very much figured out. The market is specialists who already know what they want.

Inflation will continue, and so will the cost cutting and market stratification scams. Impressive new tech will only reach $5000+ bodies. Maybe 10 years from now, a slightly above entry level camera might support C2PA (an arbitrary firmware decision) and the second rate prosumer bodies will get mediocre global shutter sensors.
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>>4291050
>Great lens selection

Nice bait.
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>>4301890
Pretty much any lens you can use on a DSLR you can use on a mirrorless body, plus all the native lenses

Sigma mogging Canon, Nikon, and Sony with a 500mm f/5.6 lens that looks great with the Snoy a1 (50mp). Yeah, it won't look very goos with the 2x teleconverter on 60mp Leicas, but this lens will rape the used market.

>native to mirrorless
>lighter than nearly everyone
>lose only 1 stop, and macro
>holds up to everything <$6.5k used
why the fuck would you buy a used tele, for birds and wildlife anymore? No fucking reason.

SELL NIKON MIRRORLESS BODIES
SELL CANON MIRRORLESS BODIES
HURRY!!!! THEY ARE WORTHLESS NOW!!!!

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>>4301778
It does when you pay $8000 for a soft 300-800 f9 and say “fool frame cant compete”

Or pay 13k for >>4301750 china tier optics. Now say you don’t care because you’re not poor so i can congratulate you on having a credit card, living with your mom, and being dumb.
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>>4301779
m8, that obsession isn't healthy
nobody mentioned that lens but you
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>>4301780
cooe
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>5 minutes for the shittiest comeback in history
>so mad he can't even type a single word correctly
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>so mad he's counting minutes between replies and hyper-analyzing typos
it seems whether its panasonic, sigma, or olympus, when someone is shilling shitty gear on /p/ they quickly sink to the slimiest depths of delusion and pettiness

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Of all the "decent" manual film lenses you own, which ones, within reason, live the most up to their exaggerated online reputations?
At the same time, which ones don't?

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Schneider super angulon 65mm. Nice and sharp. I don't think it really has a good or bad reputation, but I really love the rendering.

The rodenstock apo-sironar macro lens is just stupendously sharp and lives up to the hype 100%.

150mm Apo-lanthar is very very nice, but I hear the negatives print better than they scan. I finally got a color shot taken with it, and it was pretty sweet scanned.
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>>4301314
>tack-sharp Tak

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>>4301628
As if corners really matter at f/1.4 or f/2
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>>4301628
centre is surprisingly sharp
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>>4301628
>lw/ph
On what camera, for reference for the picture height, and how did they test it?
These charts are retarded. I wish hobbyists would keep their noses out of trying to objectively measure gear with ghetto tier labs and just parrot the shit they get from people with actual optical testing equipment so we could be spared the confusion resulting from boomers measuring lenses based on medium distance document scanning attempts.

Pic related is how the zone of sharp focus often looks on lenses. It curves more if you focus closer and less if you focus further away. Now realize, most of these charts are generated by a boomer attempting to find the ideal place to put a flat plane through this. So it doesn't really affect how the lens would perform on a real subject, which is normally curved, and if edge sharpness matters, normally far away (so the field flattens out more)


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