>>2740771 >1. How unwieldy is something like this to carry around? It is feasible if you drive. You don't want to carry it on your back all the time, tho it is possible.
>2. Best place to get 8x10 film and are there any emulsions that are different from the 120 format offerings? This depends on where you live. You can get some ortho films that are not available to smaller formats. Sheets will be expensive, considerably more than 4x5 sheets. (here... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2740771 >1. How unwieldy is something like this to carry around? It is still being shipped so I haven't seen it yet. Extremely unwieldy. You would be surprised by just how big and heavy large format is until you have to carry it around. You see it in photos like the one you posted and you think, "damn, that's big." You are in no way prepared for the reality of the situation. >2. Best place to get 8x10 film and are there any emulsions that are different... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Key light is usually the brightest and is used to illuminate the face
Fill light is not as bright and is used to fill in the shadows on the other side. This keeps the image from getting to contrasty with one side of the face bright and the other in complete darkness (not good).
Backlight is used to separate the subject from the background. Sometimes there even can be a slight halo around the head if the light is intense enough. A strong backlight is important if you're using a green screen because otherwise the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2740642 Macro depends so much more on the lens than the body. If all you plan to do is macro, focus on finding the right lens first, then get a comparatively cheap body to go with it. I see Canon has a 60mm f/2.8 macro lens that's <$500. Throw it on a cheap crop body -- even cheaper if you can find one lightly used -- and you have a good start.
>>2740648 idk, for me the sliders are pretty intuitive, you even have an option to auto adjust things (that you can also change). As for paying, there's always pirating. Had DxO recommended by a photographer once, but didn't really bother with checking it out
>>2740610 Maybe the down payment on the initial investment into a color/slide film line is too big?
What about design/building the line in the first place, who's going to sell you one? It's not like you can go to your local industrial wal-mart and pick one of the shelf these days. If you can't get something used (are there any left to buy?), will you hire a boatload of engineers to make & design expensive machinery for a dying niché market?
How will you reverse-engineer the exact film forumula?... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /p/ I found this old macro lens in my dads closet, can you guys tell me how much it's worth? All I know about it is the brand is Tamron, and it's a macro lens, 70-210mm, idk what cameras it fits to
My new phone scans film better than my old camera. Just wanted to share so here's most of my film, missed focus and bad shots included. >lets be real, almost all shots are bad shots I just did a batch color correction for each set. Will probably go back and fix up the ones I actually like
Why does all my JPG's look so disgusting? Everything I export that contains lots of oranges and other warm colors turn out cold and green. Orange becomes yellow and yellow becomes green, and then I have to edit the JPG's using Windows 10's editing system so that they don't look god-awful.
That is a color profiling problem. sRGB, which is usually the color profile jpegs are exported with, way narrower than adobeRGB, so a lot of compression is going on. On pro editing tools, such as Photoshop, you can "track" the compression to a point there's generally no visual distinction between the before and after (use the save for web... command). On the other hand, more casual programs such Paint or (sometimes) Lightroom won't do the proper tracking of the color when converting from working color space to sRGB, but rather just apply the sRGB profile... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I use lightroom for work, and it's pretty ok since it fits well in my workflow. But when I have to download a shitload of pictures from Christmas, Birthdays and travelling... its hell.
Specially phone pictures.
What's the best way to manage iPhone photos? It's a just tier system to be honest. Not only does it create random internal folders that are a mess when you open them with windows explorer, but in the phone itself, albums, collections and the like are shit tier, actually duplicating photos to store them in different albums instead of moving them.
Anyhow, everytime I want to backup my photos, I end up with a complete copy of my phone since I can't just copy whats new.
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