Hey, so there is a construction sight a few feet from my house of a new 3+ story school. Looks about as a school can and I would love to sneak in a try my best to take some snapshits.
Does anyone have experience with "illegal" photography or trespassing generally? I'm sure they'd bust my ass if i was doing graffiti but I doubt a photo will get the cops called. Obviously gotta be careful at an active construction sight too.
>>2764791 As long as you are not breaking anything to enter, there is nothing wrong. I've been doing this shit for a while now, and really, the worst they could do is take you to the station to release you a little bit after because you technically haven't done anything wrong Just go, maybe bring someone with you if you can (for safety reasons), and have fun
Btw, that's a pretty interesting picture you've got there, how did you manage the effect ?
>>2764795 Well there are signs saying there are video cameras and I can't remember for sure but there might be a no trespassing sign.
And for the picture its surprisingly simple. I used the side panel of my computer because its clear acrylic, but any glass or plastic works. Used an eyedropper to make perfect(ish) circles so that the light is reflect properly, lift it a bit off a bowl or plate of M&M's or you're favorite candy and boom. I'm planning to do the same again but with heart shaped candies and place the drops in a heart shape. This pic is my digital version.
Some camera my mom bought for me from a flyer that came with the Sears credit card bill. Fixed focus 35mm, I don't rememeber the brand, but it had two lenses on a rotating disc in front. Twist it to set it in wide or telephoto modes.
First I bought was a Fuji Fotonex 200, I bought into the APS system. Selling points to me were sensible. Storage in the film cartridge seemed awesome since my parents never stored negatives properly. I remember playing around with them as a kid and probably put scratches & shit all over them. Mid-roll change too, though the 200 didn't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I use a Kodak T MAX 400 on my Revueflex SD1, but it seems that the film is 'nerver ending'. What should I do ? Remove the film from the camera or wait and continue to take pictures untill it will probably end ? I've never met this case yet
Sorry, man. Sounds like the film didn't catch on the takeup spool. That means it's still in the canister and you haven't started shooting it yet. The photos you think you took are wasted. Open the camera in a darkroom and feel carefully to see if the film is stretched between the canister and the spool or if it's just a flap of it sticking out of the canister like with a fresh roll. I'm afraid it'll be the latter.
This only ever happens with darker images, picture is a screencap from withing "image data converter"
I just started shooting in raw with my a6000, 99% of the time everything converts just fine after edits, but like the fuck is up with the super grain? and then that off fucking border around the image.
The "go to photoshop" button does the exact same fucking thing. This is driving me up a fucking wall.
>1/100 100ISO >50mm f1.7 "vintage" lens
ignore the image, was just trying to annoy faggots in a watch thread over at /g/
>>2764685 Use Lightroom and ditch that shit ass camera. Did you buy it used? I assume you did and it has serious electronics issue. Get a refund if possible or send it in for repair. Probably cheaper to buy a new one.
>>2764702 what someone told me to use to convert sony raws
>>2764694 i've got 2 A6000s brand new and this "issue" only happens when i take raw photos in dimly lit areas
The photo taken above, looks perfect and crisp on my camera, litearlly no gain what so fucking ever either.
I guess it's just an issue with the software i used, ill go pirate lightroom.
Shitty pic related, took this at a ren fair last weekend, notice how besides the fact i derped the focus, the quality of the image is good.
Must be this shitty software i'm using.
>shit ass camera. i love this meme helped a friend shoot a weeding a couple weeks ago, my sony and his fullframe cannon were spitting out equal quality photos, sorry my $600 camera runs as well as your $2500 camera.
The only issues i've had with these cameras is the fact photoshop doesnt support sony raw files, well nothing really enjoys supporting sony raw files.
It depends on the film. Some films aren't so bad but some like the cheaper Fomapan 4x5 films are a pain for long exposures. If you have an iPhone there's an app called reciprocity timer that you can put your exposure value into and dial in adjustments for things like reciprocity, filters, bellows extension, etc. Very handy. I'm trying to find a similar android app but can't find one.
>>2764624 I found this app for android, but haven't tried it-- https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mbognar.reciprocity_failure >>2764626 I'm playing around with the cheap Shanghai 4x5 B&W film, and haven't been able to find any detailed technical information.
>>2764354 I've heard great things about the 120 version of this and I plan to get one for dslr scanning. But for 35mm, this: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/907200-REG/pacific_image_649899001691_film_holder_for_pf7200u_pf7200_pf120.html
It works perfectly. Unless you are a hipster faggot that wants sprocket holes.
Anyone know if there is any money to be made in the photography editing business? Specifically in high end portrait/wedding/fashion?
I currently work as a photographer, but my wife is Chinese and we are considering a move back to China, my Mandarin is not fluent enough to run a business and deal with clients and I am not particularly fond of teaching.
I was thinking about brushing up on my portrait retouching skills and offering my services in my home country and just working from home in China.
I do realize that there Indians will do it cheap as fuck..... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Now that we have that out of the way, yes there is money to be made in retouching. It is my sole source of income. I do it in the U.S. though. I have no idea what the market is like in China. Yes, there are retouching houses in India as well as China that churn out basic work for pennies but they are generally not used for anything beyond basic masking prep so that we can do the hard work that requires color correction and art direction.
You need connections and a portfolio of work. You need to be highly skilled if you want to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Quick /p/ poll, and its based entirely on a hypothetical situation: Lets just say that Ricoh decided to put out a 20th anniversary version of its GR1v cult P&S. Lets also say that all known mechanical defects known to the original cameras had been fixed as well but other than that the camera was functionally and aesthetically true to the original. Who among you, anons and tripfags, would buy one? Digital shooters, does it interest you?
Got me the Sigma 18-35mm. She beautiful, but has some trouble with back focusing, especially on 1pt focus.
Now I got the calibration cap, and you can hone focus, but because you can't see the effects until you re-attach the lens it's going to take a whole lot of fucking time, going through every focal length.
Does anyone have a map of what they've calibrated it at to save me some time?
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