Moving to france in two or three years to mimic Robert Franks "The Americans" but instead of covering the shift of culture in post-war America, i'm covering the shift in french identity because of all the god damn Muslim immigration. Ill be staying there for a few years. I need help with rent. any takers?
Hey lens nerds how hard is it to remove the click from a f-ring?
after playing with my meme 35cctv lens i love not having dedicated f stops
my thoughts >remove mount >remove ball or whatever causes click >add grease from my AK to keep ring from 'spinning' (should never wear down, shits still gunked in my AK from 500+ rounds) >I now have another cinema lense
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>>2748687 >Any tips ? Yeah, first off read the sticky and resize your shit.
Secondly if you're only going to post two pictures then don't create your own thread, post in the Recent Photo Thread next time.
As for the actual photos, it seems like you got the trails down but you really need to work on composition/subject choice. A good Astrophotograph needs a balance of interesting sky and an interesting subject. Both of these are boring as shit in terms of subject.
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>>2748626 The left is pretty obviously a 100% crop in on the image (maybe even more) and the right isn't. Also, assuming its an interchangeable lens camera, lenses have a tremendous effect on the final product. As does light, processing, and the technique of the artist.
despite what /p/ will tell you, a quality image comes from a talented artist, not a more expensive camera with high numbers on a test chart.
Good thing we don't have a thread for stuff like that >>2723069
The ISO was most likely higher on the left picture. ISO controls the sensitivity of your sensor, controlling how it reacts to light. The higher your ISO, the brighter your pictures. ISO 100 won't give you good results in the dark, while ISO 16000 does .. for a price though: noise. The sensor noise is what you see in your picture, the ISO was simply too high and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
/p/ is Facebook trier when it comes it criticism, but instead of a Like you'll get "your shit sucks" or "kill yourself". While both of these answers are valid for most of the pictures posted on here, because your pictures are Facebook trier as well, they don't really help the photographer improve. We've had critique threads in the past and they didn't really work out as well, everybody just posted their stuff and very few people actually left a critique. Let's try something new:
I'll take my time to leave you an in depth critique of your work. I'll analyze the technical aspects as well as the picture language. I'll try my best to help you improve and become a better photographer if you follow my simple rules: >board rules apply I won't critique at any needlessly large pictures >no snapshits I won't critique your holiday pictures or similar stuff, chose a picture you think is worth it >tell me about your picture What was your intention of doing it, what did you try to convey? I'll spend my time with your work, so I'm expecting you to help me understand your point of view. A little background is enough, you don't need to write an essay.
That's it. If any of you would like to join in and start a discussion I'd appreciate it. Let's talk about pictures on here for once.
>picture sauce: Karl Peters, Otto Steinert bei der Korrektur, 1965 In case anyone is interested.
first of all, I'm happy (and a little impressed) to see a thread like this and I really hope it turns out well. You're helping making this board better.
I'm interested in your opinion on this shot I took at some busy shopping street at Rome. Already made a whole thread showing some of the shots, but it's gone now.. shot bw film at night and had to push it to 1600 to get some useable shutter speeds, hence the grain. Didn't do anything to the scan except for stamping out dust. Someone suggested straightening it, but as this means cropping out parts that were in the original frame, I chose not to.
thank you in advance and if you don't mind I can also give my opinion on the photos of others.
>>2748553 because only few people open threads for their photos due to the "critique" usually given in RPT. I guess especially beginners are less likely to open their own thread when single shots they took are already called "shit" in some RPT before.
2 landscape shots stitched to make a square because I put a lot of images on insta. Been trying to experiment with pushing saturation in an eye pleasing way, tweaking the hue and altering saturation in relation to specific luminosities. There isn't much meaning to the image its more of a technical/asthetic attempt
I generally have my backpack with various things I need and for carrying shopping with me all the time. I keep my GR in my coat pocket and normally have whatever film camera I feel like shooting in my bag. I only use my phone camera for snapchat, I have a wifi Sd card in the GR if I want to post a photo on social media for some reason
>>2748480 iPhone. I'd imagine some compact camera could be nice, but having a GR and an iPhone is a little redundant in terms of focal lengths. Something like an X100T would be more useful in that regard, but then you start leave the realms of pocketability.
I definitely agree with the opinion that smartphones have largely made point-&-shoots obsolete, as the difference in quality has reduced so much. One of the only situations that I do take a digital p&s with me is when I want a camera I can pass round people - I find that if you give an 'actual camera' to somebody, they will shoot differently than if you just tell them to take some pictures with their phone. As an added benefit, even something like my tiny Nikon P340 has a better flash than pretty much any smartphone.
Nowadays I do tend to carry my Klasse S whenever I'm wearing a coat with a pocket, but for fun rather than quality-compared-to-my-smartphone.
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