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here we,

here we,

HERE WE FUCKING GO

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nice snapshits

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>This is no rebadged camera - Hasselblad
What did they mean by this?

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There have been several Sony (and even Fuji) cameras released with Hasselblad logos and inflated prices. This is not one of those - you can't get the same device cheaper with a different company's brand name on it.
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>>2931854
Waiiiit a minute, the Hasselfuji exists ? me wants
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>>2931855
From back in the day...

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Is there any way for me to coat my own lenses? Say if I were cleaning vintage lenses and wanted to coat the elements to eliminate ghosting
Is it possible?
Is camera lens coating any different from RX lens coating?
Could I just buy this stuff online and apply it myself?

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>>2931704
Commercial coating applications are quite complex and are performed using specialized machinery.

If a low cost, low quality coating exists, it would be in dunk or spray form. You'd have issues with getting an even coating.
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>>2931704
Even if you found the equipment and chemicals to do it, you can't just coat the front and rear elements. It's like how manufacturers implement low dispersion lens elements only at certain areas to optimize cost to performance ratios.
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>>2931704

WARNING: Do not try this at home.

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hi /p/haggots i was hoping you could show me some examples of bad framing vs good framing using your own photos?

like could you possibly grab your camera and take a photo of the first thing you see, inside or outside, doesn't matter? and show me how you would frame that object/thing/person/pet PROPERLY and then also show me how NOT to frame?


im actually trying to take photography more seriously and i think framing is the most important thing to try to learn for now
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Today's photographer need not necessarily make his picture resemble a wash drawing in order to have it admitted as art, but he must abide by the "rules of composition." That is the contemporary nostrum. Now to consult rules of composition before making a picture is a little like consulting the law of gravitation before going for a walk. Such rules and laws are deduced from the accomplished fact; they are the products of reflection and after-examination, and are in no way a part of the creative impetus. When subject matter is forced to fit into preconceived patterns,...
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>>2931558
The rule of thirds is shit and images that obey it are boring
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>>2931578
source?

So yesterday I was out shooting and I came across a great location and starting waiting for a subject to walk by. It is right by my city's police station. As I get my camera ready for someone walking by, this person looks at me and he has a huge burn mark on his face. He warns me not to take the shot, and that I can't take his photo. I pussied out and hesitated, and the shot was gone.

I'm pretty certain this man was a cop because of how he was dressed and because he walked into the police station's employee entrance. My question is, what is the legality of taking photos of off duty cops? They are public servants aren't they? If someone tells you blatantly to not take their photo, and you still did, what would be the legal repercussions of using said photo.

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>>2931345
Cop or not, he's got no reasonable expectation of privacy so if you're in a civilised country you're fine taking the shot. That said, it's a dick move taking photos of people who have specifically asked you not to.
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>>2931345
when u know ur rights and can take this shot you will be stronger
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>>2931350
I don't usually take photos of people who have specifically expressed that they don't want it taken. I should've been quicker and just walked away after taking the shot.

>>2931352
I'll have to read more on the subject. I'm sure it will give me a boost of confidence once I know what I can and can't do legally.

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How do I get this kind of film look with digital? Obviously you need the right colors and lighting but then how do you edit it to look similar to this? The first thing I guess are the crushed shadows and the slight grain but there is more to it that I just can't put my finger on since I don't have much editing knowledge.
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>>2931334

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>>2931335

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>>2931336
There is this painterly quality that I just don't know how to achieve.

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Tricky sticky:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Gh-fomKSuIEZ-GJo2tere4YMjsDvmmsuyiJKzQ-1ZRk

Talk about cinematography and stuff
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>>2931198
/vid/ Video General

some mod can add this please? i forgot it!
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>>2931198
>/vid/ Video General
/vid/ Video General
/vid/ Video General
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I currently have a G7 with the 14-140mm kit lens and the 25mm 1.7.
Now the times has come to the the kitlens go and get the 24-70mm equivalent zoom that many recommend to me and I found 2 options:
>A: Panasonic 12-35mm 2.8
>B: Sigma 17-50mm 2.8 + a cheap AF speedbooster i found from Kipon
They are both stabilized and parfocal with constant aperture and both will cost me between 750-850€ but I can get the Panasonic for cheaper if I'm lucky (I actually missed an amazon sale for 400€ which I still...
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Critique and offer suggestions. trying to post in order of edit

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Thoughts?

I have a chance to get one relatively cheap.
Should I invest?

I'm in search for an everyday camera with just one lens, not to heavy and big to carry around and I love film.
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>>2930354
why not a compact film camera with fixed and retractable lens?
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>>2930357
I'm a fan of fixed focal length.
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>>2930363
they come in fixed focal lengths too

Digital
Square sensor
Same lens mount as the DSLR line
Has only live view
Huge square LCD display on the top, can swivel to the back.

What do you guys think?
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>>2929696
> square sensor

What format are you thinking?

Also, if it's going to be mirrorless then give it a new mount with a shorter flange focal plane distance, and an adaptor for SLR lenses.
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>>2929698
>> square sensor
>What format are you thinking?
Just make a sensor that is square and big enough for FF lenses.
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>>2929700
30.6mm

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which photo of the two is better?

1/2

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>>2929598
>>2929599
neither?
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>>2929601
no, you

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Hello /p/.

I dream of starting a camera company. I'm not so sure, if I ever have the chance to do so but that not the subject of this thread.

My vision would be to make cameras that last a long time and are suitable for slow people. Modern cameras have tons of features and the models are refreshed every few years.
In the old times cameras were simple and lasted a long time, because the technology developed slowly. Every camera had basically just the shutter speed dial, shutter release and aperture ring on the lens. A lot of accessories were also available, such as different types of viewfinders.

I only use manual settings and automatic focus, because my D7100 doesn't have a proper focusing screen. I would like to bring back simplicity and modularity to cameras but I need something to balance the lack of modern features.

My idea is that the body would remain unchanged for long periods of time, there wouldn't be a lot of electronics and most electronic components could be updated without buying a new body. Manual focus, mechanical shutter, interchangeable image sensor, image processor and connectors, back screen would be an accessory, only manual settings... Basically imagine taking an old film camera and making it digital. I would also like that users could program apps and new features for the camera.

So my question is this: what would this kind of camera have to offer to make up for the lack of modern features? Also, should it be mirrorless or SLR?
You would get a simple camera for landscape shooting and other slow photography and you wouldn't have to buy a new camera every few years but what else would you want? Should the electronics be in an interchangeable back, so that you could shoot film too? What image format should the camera be? What if the camera was waterproof without an underwater case? What kind of styling? Should it be useful for video too? Focal-plane or central shutter? Should the camera have light metering? All ideas are welcome.
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Just ask your dad for financial assistance instead of scamming kickstarter.
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>>2928879
>Hello /p/.
>I dream of starting a camera company. I'm not so sure, if I ever have the chance to do so but that not the subject of this thread.
>My vision would be to make cameras that last a long time and are suitable for slow people. Modern cameras have tons of features and the models are refreshed every few years.
>In the old times cameras were simple and lasted a long time, because the technology developed slowly. Every camera had basically just the shutter speed dial, shutter release and aperture ring on the lens. A lot of accessories were also available, such as different types of viewfinders.
>I only use manual settings and automatic focus, because my D7100 doesn't have a proper focusing screen. I would like to bring back simplicity and modularity to cameras but I need something to balance the lack of modern features.
>My idea is that the body would remain unchanged for long periods of time, there wouldn't be a lot of electronics and most electronic components could be updated withoutbuying anew body. Manual focus, mechanical shutter, interchangeable image sensor, image processor and connectors, back screen would be an accessory, only manual settings... Basically imagine taking an old film camera and making it digital. I would also like thatusers could program apps and new features for the camera.
>So my question is this: what would this kind ofcamerahave to offer to make up for the lack of modern features? Also, should it be mirrorless or SLR?
>You would get a simple camera for landscape shooting and other slow photography and you wouldn't have to buy a new camera every few years but what else would you want? Should the electronics be in an interchangeable back, so that you could shoot film too? What image format should the camera be? What if the camera was waterproof without an underwater case? What kind of styling? Should it be useful for video too? Focal-plane or central shutter? Should the camera have light metering? All ideas are welcome.

wew
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>>2928881
I wouldn't use crowdfunding but starting the company is purely a dream at this point. Now I just want to play around with the idea of designing a camera from a completely different point of view than most cameras these days.

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ITT: Historical Photos from your country
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Those were the days.
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I would like to get this book but the design looks so shitty. Original one was far better.

>Taschen in charge of art

Photobook thread i guess.
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Leica to
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>literally judging a book by its cover

Kill yourself. And fuck this shitty thread to death before it even starts.
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>>2927326
I guess you're just a fag op

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I'm new to /p/ but I was wondering what you guys think of what is in my opinion a perfect picture, especially since apparently there was no editing done to the image, and since it was a Windows XP wallpaper it gives me a bit of nostalgia as well.
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>>2925122
>apparently there was no editing done to the image
Citation needed? I always thought that image is color corrected beyond recognition
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>>2925122

literally uncanny valley: the "nature" image.

wouldnt surprise me if it was some sort of psy-op.

>apparently there was no editing done to the image
a non issue, who cares. also, its shooped to hell and back.
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>>2925129
>>2925132
>Former National Geographic photographer Charles O'Rear, a resident of the nearby Napa Valley, took the photo on film with a medium-format camera while on his way to visit his girlfriend in 1996. While it was widely believed later that the image was digitally manipulated or even created with software such as Adobe Photoshop, O'Rear says it never was. He sold it to Corbis for use as a stock photo. Several years later, Microsoft...
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Is there a better mobile photo editor?
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Not since they added white balance and raw support.

When they add resize and sharpening it'll be god
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>>2923503
mind giving a name? Dont really edit on mobile but when i occasionally do i've just been using lightroom
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>>2923652
Snapseed

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This is the Film General Thread, aka FGT.

>just posting in the FGT doesn't make you gay, unless you shoot Kodak TMAX.

This is the place to post your film photos, without flushing them down the Recent Photo Toilet.
It's OK to ask about film gear in this thread.

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Hey, what do you guys think of my shitty duck photo?

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TMax for op

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>This is National Geographic now

What the FUCK.

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>>2932218
>being surprised that magazines are struggling in a digital world
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>>2932218
...what exactly is the point of the chick flashing nature picture?
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>>2932218
>new museum showcases african american lives
>changing face of europe

ewww.

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Photokina 2016 General

Alright /p/, the biggest event in /p/ gearfagging is kicking off, so lets have a dedicated thread for it.

Discuss all the new hot stuff thats being unveiled here.

DPreview coverage:
https://www.dpreview.com/photokina-2016

PCmag coverage:
http://www.pcmag.com/photokina

And remember - be polite.
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For starters - panasonic GH5

marketed as 6K camera that does 6K only in burst mode. LOL

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Sony just announced the A99 II

>42.5 mpix
>IBIS
>12 fps burst with tracking
>399 af points
>4k at 100mbps
>priced at 3200 usd

not too bad though a bit pricey.
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>>2928467
So far this thread offers:
>gearfagging
>a dpreview video
>a panasonic camera
and
>a sony camera

Man. This is off to a great start.

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based danny rick edition

Previous Thread >>2850680

Post your car photos, /p/ros

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>Comfy *places*

>Comfy *rooms*

>Comfy *spots*

>Comfy *nature*

>Comfy *movie* *scenes*

Post *comfy*.
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Fuck, this board's gone to shit.

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Is it a good idea to buy a good lens for an entry-level body?

I have a Canon Rebel T3i. The crop factor is 1.6, and I've been considering buying a Canon 70-200mm, but I don't know if the crop factor and my less powerful body will render it useless or not.

I want a Mark III but unfortunately that's out of my price range, and I don't know if there's a cheaper Canon full frame available.

What are your thoughts?

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One one hand it will be longer than on a full frame (112-320mm equivalent) which means it may be a little tight for portraits but will have a little more reach for sports and wildlife. It also won't be as fast as on a full frame, F4.48 equivalent. On the other hand all lens will be in the same boat so even if it is slower than it would be on a full frame it still compares well to other lenses on the same body.
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>>2923221
>It also won't be as fast as on a full frame, F4.48 equivalent.
Why is this?
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>>2923224
Don't pay attention to that. It is factually incorrect. The aperture of the lens has nothing to do with the body.

Overall, lenses matter more to a final image than bodies do. Just be sure the focal length and field of view the 70-200mm gives you on that camera are what you want. 70mm on a crop body is pretty tight.

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show me your face /p/
OC
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Claiming number 4.

That group looks very unbalanced: the women are all edible (even the fatty), the guys are all deformed.
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>>2919516
>Claiming number 4.
I'll fucking fight you m8
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>>2919516
that flash up

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Just got an X-Pro1 on a breddy gud deal; how do I rangefinder, especially with varied lenses?
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Bumping for knowledge

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The xpro1 isn't a rangefinder per se, (inb4 isi) and doesn't require dramatically different technique than any other camera.

I use an x100s, which I imagine works the same way, but here's my advice either way: shoot with the optical viewfinder for maximum versatility. I turn image review off so that I don't get any blackout. Learn to be patient, anticipate the moment, and then take lots of photos.

There's really not much else besides that.
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>>2933515
Older film cameras had distance marking on the lens so you know where the zone of focus is. Start with that in the OVF mode and use a tight aperture to get more in focus. This will really really teach you about focus and depth of field control. My first camera was a fed 2 and it had the DOF markings on the lens for the different apertures and that taught me quite a bit.

Otherwise use the EVF, which sends you the picture from the sensor. Xpro should have focus peaking, no? That should help you out.

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I was bad.

Took this Saturday, though, while my ass was B&.

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Might as well put the shit from the last thread back.

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What happen? Did Isis rustle your jimmies again?

Why do so many of us, including myself, love film so much?

The workflow is absolute garbage and most of us have to digitize it (adding yet another hit to IQ). Low light is very mediocre, approaching m43 levels of quality.

Myself, it's a poorfag element combined with my love of old shit and struggling. Struggling to develop it, struggling to nail it the first time because there is no chimping. Also the lo fi aesthetic too. And the last one, seeing your picture physically there on the negs.
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I do it because it makes me seem cool.
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>>2933525
Coming from another poor fag,
I didn't pick up photography until I was 18, back in 2014, my first camera was a canon ML, great film camera.
Film photography was appealing to me because; I bought a camera for 5 bucks at goodwill, I bought a 2 dollar film roll, and I paid 5 dollars on film dev and scan.
For 12 dollars I was given high quality pictures, with no need for post processing because of the color values that film stocks have.
That's what was appealing to me, that I didn't need a 500$...
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the first time i watched into a 6x6 waist level finder i was entirely blown away. it was like taking a peek into another dimension.

i giggled like a retard when i saw my first medium format slides in the light table.

everything film related feels like eating chicken soup on a rainy night.

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Last one hit bump limit

Anything about Lenses, Cameras, mounts, Systems, buying, pricing, selling, etc. GOES IN HERE!

Don't open new threads for gear-related issues
No pointless (brand) arguments and dickwaving allowed! You have been warned! Just questions, answers and advice!

I repeat, ANYTHING GEAR RELATED goes in here!

And don't forget, be polite
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Who stopped putting pentax pix in op posts? Get it together you fucks
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Excuse the layman-ness;

I bought a cheap ass wireless flash remote trigger thing on Amazon and it only triggers it at 100% power, regardless of speedlite settings (my flash does not have a programmable LCD back) After trying it, I quickly realize it made sense it didnt work with TTL or different power settings.

so then I got one of those curly cords that hook the flash up (which the description said works with TTL) but upon using that, It doesn't recognize that a speedlite is hooked up when I go into settings, but still fires at 100% power. Is this how all...
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>>2932037
Link to your flash remote?

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Can we have a thread dedicated to point and shoot, Phone, and general crap camera pictures
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I like shooting landscapes. Is a full frame more suitable for me?
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not particularly
a k-1 would be more suited than a k-3, but a k-3 would arguably be more suited than, say, an EOS 6D because it has that very cool pixel shift function

even if you're not talking about pentax, the biggest advantage in using a bigger sensor is usually less noise, but since you'll be shooting on a tripod (you'll be shooting on a tripod right?) you're better off using that extra money to get better glass

also next time for this type of questions you may wanna refer to the gear thread
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>>2933986
actually a small sensor has in this case the advantage that generally the coc is smaller and therefore the dof wider. so it will be easier to achieve the hfd which is good for landscape since you want mostly everything in focus.

but you still should use the gear-thread for a question like this. aye?
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>>2933994
Unless the glass has shit lens resolution, I think focal length and aperture matter the most if you know what you're doing.

>>2933997
>Landscape
>Anything but infinity focus.

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Lense/Info help.

I've been looking at paying a bit more for a decently priced lense ($1000-1500ish AUD). After some research it seems most lenses are either sharp and compromises the bokeh (think Sigma 50mm ART) or dull with terrific bokeh. (think Nikkon Nikkor 58mm).

Is this always the case? currently I'm leaning towards the Sigma as the sharpness is amazing but I hate compromising the bokeh.

Additionally, would fuzzing up the bokeh in photoshop afterwards help the bokeh look nicer?
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>>2931034
>Additionally, would fuzzing up the bokeh in photoshop afterwards help the bokeh look nicer?

what, are you gay?
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>>2931035
no sir, but please continue
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>>2931034

Bokeh is a one-trick pony and shouldn't be of any concern to you. You'll use it three times and get sick of it and realize that no good, serious photographers use it all the time.

Sharpness is also of no concern, as you'll quickly realize that content, story and even just basic shit like composition are more important.

Basically, you're getting hung up on trivial concerns.


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