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It's about that time again peeps!

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>>4300705
fuck

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My favorite camera, that's a fucking tough one. Probably the Arriflex 35 for revolutionizing classic cinema and Canon 5D Mark II for revolutionizing modern cinema.
Favorite photographers? Stanley Cortez maybe.
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>>4300727
>not on a template
i simply dont care
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>>4292445
Real professionals (by which I mean the MEN (only men) changing the world with their photography) exclusively use DSLR. A lot of weenies use video cameras to take pictures, and that's fine if you want to always be known as a videographer, who makes things that will never matter, since the moving picture leaves the soul still. But us real professionals use the authentic "photographic eye". When I look through the viewfinder, and project my soul beam through the prism, across the mirror, and out the lens to Nature's Glorious Radiance, and commune with her pressing and heady presence, I am united in body and soul with all of Wilderness and find, together, the One Truth. Try that with your videocameras, zoom roaches!
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>>4301575
Gay larp

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Am I a talented photographer today?

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Fresh thread.
The answer is always Nikon btw.
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free as in freedom image processing programs? darktable
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Any reason to change "Picture Mode" (Standard, Portrait, Fine Detail, etc.) from Auto on the camera when shooting RAW? Recently, I've only been using Auto. I sometimes switch it when processing the RAW later. On my previous camera I would shoot it with Standard in all shots, and occasionally change in processing.
For myself, I did like the more consistent look of keeping it on Standard. But, since I find myself switching between all the looks anyways, sometimes I value what the camera though was the best look for a shot with how it captured it.
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Why isn't my camera shooting in AF? I have the “if not focused, don't waste a shot” mode turned on but the viewfinder seems to be in focus when this happens.

t. Minolta Maxxum 5
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My brother in law commissioned me to take postcard photos for his town.
How much should I charge?
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>>4297594
So I got a film camera and took pics, need them developed. Is the Darkroom the best option cost and quality wise? I want the negatives back, being the main point of using their service, as well as good hi res scans. Eventually want an at home scanning setup possibly, but yeah. Are they good or is there a better alternative?

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So if I understand correctly, it's not the camera gear or composition of the photograph that makes a good photo nowadays. It doesn't even matter how bad your snap shits are. Not even the quality of SOOC needs to be of value. The entire image is dependant on your photo editing skills entirely, better yet color grading skills.

>Just like this dude, you can take any shitty picture and turn them in to master pieces.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpwMlDtqbK4

>Here her portraits are amazing but are only really elevated one she applies color grading.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mC8ol2-V7Ck
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>>4299417
> How do you know when and what to edit? I've watched plenty of tutorials for different editing software and I still can't open up and image and think "Oh, I need to do x y and z here"

Well, it's taste.

For me personally I usually go for "bumping up details" (In lightroom: more highlights, contrast, more clarity/texture) on parts that look cool, and lower the highlights on areas I don't like on an image.

For color, I just go with "spli toning" to enhance a temperature, warm places/photos I go with the orange teal (inb4 instagram faggot), colder places I have blue shadows. I want to enhance what the image already got and push it. Saturation/vibrance I just go with gut feeling.

It really is just to practice, use "professional" referneces (I used movie screen shots) if you don't know if it is good enough.
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>>4299420
>if the camera does something stupid

The camera always does something stupid, you eyes are organic, camera sensors are made out of metals. The translation from IRL to an image is not fully automatic, auto color balance, apertures, focus lenghts etc are something only you can decide what is needed.
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>>4299417
Here is good tip: Only shoot in manual mode, try to correct it to what the camera would do in "auto" mode. That is how I taught myself the fastest, eventually you will know better than the camera what setting is needed for a shot.

> long exposure on a tripod (down a street with lights and cars, use a timer, not the button to shot!)
> clouds or fire (try extreme contrasts in post edit)
> self portrait (use the interval shooting/timelaps camera function, pick the best afterwards, delete the ugly ones XD )

There, 3 very different photo types that have very different camera settings and post edit processes. Do these 3 and you will learn you cameras limit and what to do in Lightroom.
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>>4299589
I shoot manual ISO aperture priority with an AEL button handy and exposure compensation rather than shutter speed as the third control. It's like shooting all manual, but for people with better shit to do.
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>>4298698
>Color is irrelevant to fine art. It’s purely a historical curiosity.
You don't know art at all.

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These would have gone in /fag/ but I took the meta thread to heart. Post B&W

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>>4300991
Something really comfy about black and white photos of the London underground

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Why do streetfags always wear beanies? I've been exploring the strange, vapid and shallow world of street and it's fascinating. They all look the same and dress the same and their photos are garbage.
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>>4297377
It would be extremely painful.
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>>4296901
I'm bald and my head gets cold easily, but a baseball hat's brim gets in the way of my camera.
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>>4297118
It is done
>>4297438
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how the fuck would you capture something like this using "consent"? i don't give a shit about ethics you whiny little pussy
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>>4296983
what a shitty photo and edit lmao

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A photographer walks into a bar and orders a drink. As he's sitting there, he hears two people talking at a nearby table.

One person says, "Did you hear about the new camera that has F-stops that go all the way up to 64?"

The other person scoffs and replies, "Psh, that's nothing. My camera has a shutter speed so fast it can steal your Bluetooth headphones before you even hear the click."

The photographer can't help himself and leans over to their table. "Excuse me," he says, "but those features are actually completely unrelated. F-stop controls the depth of field, shutter speed controls the..."

Before he can finish, the first person interrupts him and says, "Hey, why don't you go focus on your drink instead? We're having a light-hearted conversation here."
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>>4299532
Toaster detected, opinion rejected

"Did you hear about the new camera that has F-stops that go all the way up to 64?"

Nigga what?
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>>4301175
I don't think any lens manufacturers go that far, but you can get an effective F-stop of 64 and over if you use extension tubes or bellows. That's only for the fags that like diffraction and a razer thin areas of focus.
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>>4301200
How about on medium format?
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>>4301200
Explain how a large f number gives a thin area of focus please.
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>>4301357
Large f number doesnt but extension tubes and lots of close focus does.

>>4301200
>I dont think any lens manufacturers go that far
They used to, picrel

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Fat squirell edition

old>>4289768
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>>4297929
Is this penus
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>>4297827
>reminds me of an autistic handshake
what
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>>4297813
Fortunately with digicams it doesn't matter which ISO you use
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>>4297944
That ND is too strong.
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>>4297813
I kind of like this one. It looks like a really impressive MSPaint drawing

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My gf (female) was asking me about cameras and all the kpop videos and cute pics, I noticed they are just black mist. When will this trend die?

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>>4299020
female (currently male)
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>>4298999
she will never be a woman, but will always be autism.
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>>4299566
post hand
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>>4298999
>When will this trend die?
Basically never, same as bokeh, bitches love balls and glow
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>>4299203
cinestill look is when halation

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>The perfect mirrorless lens doesnt exi-
Canon and Sony cucks on suicide watch.
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>>4301206
Good news, they make that lens. But it’s 24-70. Or 70-200. Both terrific lenses, I use them as my bread and butter.
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>>4298609
looks cool, I like the small size. Women probably like it, since it is 4 inches long.
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>>4298609
Fit when you feel like ken
>sharpness doesn’t matter
>just use this slider
>i can’t tell my z8 from my iphone. bravo apple!
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>>4301204
Skill issue. Set it to ISO btw.

>>4298610
Theres an aperture ring on the front of the camera grip, fujislug.

But yeah this should have been a 3 ring lens like the 24-120
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>>4298609
>f/4-8
sad

been thinking for awhile about maybe opening up my own Used Cameras Shop but not entirely sure where to start or what I need to do in order to get it off the ground and not just be an idea but a plan I can get into action with
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>>4295219
My local camera shops owner died, they sold it to a young couple.
Lots of clamoring on about "servicing the community like the old owners" and all that jazz.
Turns out the old man wasnt making a profit just surviving off his profits made in the good ole days.

It shut down within a year.
Turns out paying MSRP for stuff which has a lower street price online or at best buy isnt a good strategy.
Turns out knocking 15% off a used items MSRP when I can buy it for 50% off online is not a good strategy.

Everyone used the store as a way to figure out what glass they want, then go and buy it elsewhere for far cheaper.
Thats what your store will be. A rental storefront where you dont make money.

This is the same problem running shoe stores have.
My local running shoe stores charge a like $40 "fitting fee" if you try on shoes and dont purchase them there.
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>>4296617
How 2 solve:
Offer an on-site development service.
Also do mail-ins.
Boom, infinite profit cus that shit is rare nowadays.
And dont keep stock unless you're basically a collector yourself.
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>>4296128
im not... >:(
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coffee shop in the front, camera shop in the back
make it as trendy and histery as possible because that's the type of audience that even uses and is willing to by cameras these days. make it a local thing by having competitions and seminars and things like that
down side: gays, pretentious hipsters, and uni fags
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>>4295219
yo

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I tried

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i took this with my phone

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get a cat, theyre very photogenic

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>>4301192
anon if you're going to take still life pictures you should at least try to add something to it and make it interesting. don't just point and shoot.
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>>4301281
I think they're all beautiful.
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>>4301234
Love this one eyed retard

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I thought about this. One day, I heard on the radio: "The students of the future will study history in the metaverse." And okay. It's just that then, with AI, they started making fake photos, even with albumin effect, and well made; a few days later on IG, I saw a video of Churchill giving a speech in 1942 against Hitler, denouncing the horror of the concentration camps. It was fake, shot and dubbed through AI. So I thought: what kind of history will the students of the future study in the metaverse? Real, or fake? Very 1984. So I decided to look for real vintage photos, from the mid-1800s to the 1950s, mostly candid shots, mostly private, therefore without surviving negatives. They are images of the real world of the past, without historical or imaginative filters. I scanned them and turned them into NFTs because I believe blockchain technology is the only one - by its nature - that can unite the various metaverses of the future. So these images will survive the continuous and relentless cyclical destruction of paper. I also requested export permission from the Italian State: under Italian law, a country of art, it is illegal to take photos printed more than 25 years old out of the national borders without an export license. So I made NFTs with full intellectual property rights. However, I have the original paper photos from which the scans derive, and upon request, I can send them to the owner of the NFT along with the export license. The recipient of the photograph can decide whether to keep it or destroy it, whether to own a physical or an NFT... but in any case, the image of the real world will survive forever on the blockchain.

https://augustojandolo.com/
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>>4296095
>Regarding fakes, they couldn't exist, because the government said they are real
>Who cares if this super fragile, non-futureproof medium that stores things as cryptic codes isn't robust
Blockchains. Are. Inherently. A. Scam.

Only physical things have value. You are buying into hype related to a speculation bubble. I understand it is more difficult to collect and preserve real things, but oh well, you're a kid, that's why we have rich adults running shit like the library of congress.
>omg guys cryptographically signed state authenticity certificate!
It's not necessarily real. At least you can date physical things. Digital things are arbitrary, it's an honor system. All digital systems are exploitable. There is no such thing as secure and authentic digital communication. Sorry.
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Jandolo Ltd comprises expert antique dealers adept at distinguishing between fakes and originals. While the government adds an extra layer of oversight for materials leaving Italy, there's no censorship, even regarding fascism.

Blockchain is fundamentally built on immutability, serving its core purpose. It emerged to bring a sense of seriousness and authority to the web, serving as a natural evolution to fortify the internet's structure for future advancements. The only potential scam within such an immutable environment as blockchain might exploit temporal speed, such as rapid financial gains through online trading.

Unfortunately, I'm no longer a kid. I have a PhD in ancient topography and a collection of thousands of ancient photographs. I am well aware of the issues related to preservation, with some non-specialized knowledge in conservation restoration and archival matters. It is precisely for this reason that I believe it may not be sufficient to preserve images of the real world from the past solely by keeping them on their original paper support. In theory, it's too risky.

Tell me, have you ever looked at the face, the expression, of one of your great-grandparents? There are archives of photos from archaeological excavations, but are there archives of everyday life photos, not artistically rendered? Archives of ordinary people, in short, of real life?

In fact, this is an experiment, albeit quite tedious. My only enjoyment in this? That I personally choose what to input into the blockchain and what not to: this, perhaps, is the only filter that could make the real unreal because - due to subjective inclination - it would tend to sugarcoat it. Do you know where I really messed up? Releasing a project like this after the burst of a global economic bubble ahahahah. Don't apologize, there's no need.
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>>4296156
I have no further thoughts on your project other than "I like it." I hope it works out in the long run, but only time will tell.
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>>4292761
thats a new one, a ad disgused as a scizo post. Fuck off with your NFT aids. NFTs are not real.
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(Aside from the fact that the project also includes the original antique printed photo...). But, would you - "Anonymous" - be real?

The first known photograph of a little girl

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>>4283254
Maybe it worked. Maybe it didn't.
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I'm starting to think you're all very invested in this thread surviving
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>>4288261
Yes
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>>4254822
when you see it...
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