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Guys how much is this limited edition pentax worth I paid $199 from a dealer

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>>2923164

potato picture of a potato camera... that's worth as much as a sack of potatoes.
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>>2923164
That's never been an official colour, you've jsut paid $200 for a $10 camera with a $5 spray job.

lollercakes.
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>>2923164
OP I'm almost positive you got scammed

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Does anyone here shoot 35mm film underwater? Maybe with the Nikonos series? Looking to talk about exposure, focusing, lighting etc...
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Yep, I have a Nikonos V. What questions do you have?
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>>2923102
Well, I was wondering - I am probably going to end up buying a Nikonos 3 (due to a good deal being offered and well losing a few bets at last second on eBay for a 5). The Nikonos 3 is fully mechanical with no meter in it - have you found with shooting like shallow underwater say in good bright clear conditions your able to expose pretty well without the meters assistance?

Looking to see if anyone has a rule of thumb with exposure in shallow surf photography, such as underwater looking back at a wave.

sorry...
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>>2923103
I used the meter and overexposed slightly since I was using neg film. I'm sure there are some rough tips to follow (I've heard down to 2-3m shoot at sunny-11 in Caribbean-clear water). The problem is water clarity really can impact light so steadfast rules are a lot less useful underwater. Not sure what kind of deal you're getting...but Nikonos Vs can be pretty cheap. I got mine from KEH for $80. They currently have a green V (rarer) for $149. Grab a lens and you're looking at <$200 shipped (assuming...
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Suh /p/ i have a proyect for my class.

The rules are simple.

-20 photos.
-You cant take pictures at night
-Tell a story
-Can have characters
-No dead people
-NO EDIT

And the most important SCARE THE TEACHER.

Any ideas for a story, temperatures, characters, scenes, ... ?
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>>2923079

underages cant browse 4chan. go away.
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Submit dickpics.

That will scare the teacher.
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take twenty photos of your penis go from flaccid to hard

make sure you do it during the day because your teacher won't accept nighttime photography

also don't forget rule of thirds

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Does /p/ has a list of upcoming Photography competition or award and i can try out? Never actually participated in one.. just curious to see how far i can go with my photos. Or probably a submission for photo festival or something
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be aware that we are living in the (((current year))).
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>>2922996
>Pro tip
Never enter a competition that makes you pay to submit your photos
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>>2923004
fuck you and everything you stand for. white supremacist dickbutt

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Hey /p/, what's the best dslr camera for under 250$? New or used? I was looking at the sony alpha NEX-5, but those hover more around 300$ with a lense.
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>>2922743

Post in >>2922026 and delete this thread.
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>>2922743
used K-50 with DA 35/2.4
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pentax is definitely the cheapest alternative. All their lenses are cheap as fuck too.

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Are you still falling for the Rule of Thirds meme /p/? It's literally a meme.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJ7fahM5sBQ

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>>2922719
The only actual rule of thirds is
1. never buy 4 of them
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Use this instead
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>>2922719

No, because I've been shooting for more than a year.

Anyone who thinks that composition is a mathematical venture is a rube. Phi, rule of thirds, etc are all scams.

Here's everything you need to know about composition:

The eye is drawn to light stuff and warm colors. Cool colors and dark tones recede. Try to use layers, unless you don't want to. Don't put stuff in the middle of the frame, unless you want to, then put it in the exact center, unless you don't want to....
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Hello /p/

a beginner photographer here, been only shooting for a couple of months, for the most part I've learned how to do most basic things, but a real problem for me is blown highlights. obviously, you should always try to shoot during golden hours to avoid that, but it is not always an option and it bothers me much

is there any good way to avoid it happening? let's take this image for an example, took it a little while ago, haven't edited it all, pay no mind to the subject and composition

what could I have possibly done differently to avoid the blown highlights? If I had made the shutter speed any faster, the subject would have been completely dark

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1) Don't shoot into the sun. This is a surprisingly basic thing that most beginners don't even think about.

2) Underexpose, bring up in post. You should expose just until the brightest thing is no longer clipping in any channels, and then brighten the shadows in post. This can look fake and gay if done incorrectly and without finesse, however, so be careful.
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>>2922705
thank you, I do tend to avoid shooting into the sun as much as possible (however, the subject isn't always facing how I want it to be from a different angle)

about bringing up shadows in post, you are correct, for the most part when I do that it looks pretty bad. I suppose better photographers like you do that using the tone curves? I just stick with the shadow slider, but it's not always what I'd like it to be
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>>2922708
>however, the subject isn't always facing how I want it to be from a different angle

That's the second lesson you need to learn: photography is a 24-hour venture. If the sun isn't where you want it to be, come back in 12 hours-14 hours and shoot when the sun is in the other side of the sky. Obviously, there are fleeting glances of ephemerality where this isn't possible (once in a lifetime occurrences, that sort of thing), but it IS possible for a big chunk of...
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It's up, buy it please.

http://www.blurb.com/b/7343889-p-2015
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>>2922684
Non-profit proof.
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>white border meme

Bought.
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Kill yourself.
If anyone still sucks your dick over the books after the bullshit you've pulled they should kill themselves too.

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Why is video autofocus so bad? I can't tell you how many tech reviews or unboxings I have watched where the camera seemingly has no idea where or what to focus in on. Why is it so difficult for manufacturers to get this right?
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>>2922598
AF was never a serious consideration for video shooting, and as you go up in price to professional camera systems you stop seeing AF altogether. Only the toppest of the line broadcast lenses have AF that works properly because they utilize a translucent mirror with dedicated AF module, and even seperate modules of such design cost a pretty penny. They also have a neat control system with a joystick that lets you quickly and accurately set an AF point anywhere in the frame... Now think about trying to get something...
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>>2922598
AF works fine. Just most youtube faggots are too lazy to read the manual
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>>2922731
Contrast-detect AF needs an object that actually has contrast to focus on, which a lot of modern objects do not have much of.
Phase-detect AF doesn't need contrast (as much) to focus as much as texture, as it compares two images that are out of phase.
Both will fail to focus on a big flat glossy object, like a smartphone screen, as it contains neither detail nor contrast. It's up to the person in question to disable AF altogether and set focus to a specific point. If you want to bring something up to...
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A picture taken with an analogue Pentax k1000.
Color film developed with b&n chems

A friend of mine took this next to my house. I hope you like it.
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>>2922591

post more.

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>>2922600

These are the ones I took... they didn't get so focused thou :(
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>>2922678

1st one needs more contrast and cleaning. 2nd one is ass. keep shooting.

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What canon EOS camera is the best for it's price?
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>>2922211

YOUR MOM.
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EOS 3
O
S

3
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None

I purchased these books from the original author. His work is quite exhaustive.

Ask about lenses from the 1990's or so and earlier and I will endeavor to deliver the data.

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typical page from the book

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And its accompanying plate...

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And one of the many pages of formulae.

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I've been trying to learn depth of field and thought taking some photos of plants would help validate some technical basics.

I'm shooting in a variety of modes, but trying to stay within Manual settings, toying with aperture. Am I correct that as I dial aperture from f.17 to f8, for instance, I'm using less light, but reaching higher depth of field.

Am I wrong that when my aperture is small, its as if I'm "sniping" my subject with a cone of moreso in-focus, higher details?

And as I increase the aperture, I'm broadening and flattening this cone of high-detail capture?

Am I understanding this correctly?

I'll post some examples I've recently taken with an LX100, some with a tripod, some without.

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Slightly larger aperture on this photo, I think.

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>what is a dof scale
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>>2922072
Basically yes, a larger aperture has a narrower depth of field, but doesn't suffer from diffraction, while with a small aperture more becomes in focus, but set it too high and details begin to blur.

To be specific, given infinite resolution, even f/1.4 would cause diffraction at some point, but realistically your typical camera sensor is not diffraction-limited until around f/10 or so, although some cameras can show diffraction as early as f/5.6 as in the case of the 7D.

This is just talking about detail loss on the pixel-level, whether or not it will be visible in print is a whole different ball game, and is the basis of hyperfocal shooting, which is setting the aperture and point of focus in a way that makes everything seem optimally sharp within the visible constraints of a given medium.

>>2922078
The DoF scale on most lenses new and old is based on criteria that was standardized in the film days, and is not really suitable for digital. The terribly short focus throw of modern AF lenses makes it hard to use as well.

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/gear/ - Limited Jackie Chan Edition

Ask all questions about cameras/lenses/accessories here.
Do not make new threads for camera advice.

Remember: All brand wars and trolling should go in >>>/trash/
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First for anybody who can't make sharp, pleasing images on M43 couldn't make them on your memeformat of choice anywyas.
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>>2922028
But what if M43 is my memeformat of choice

TIME PARADOX
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fancy gear thread?

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Anybody else shooting wide?

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Here's a crazy thought; post a photo taken with the camera instead of of the camera.
This is the photography board and we actually have a rule about putting some fucking effort into the shit you post here.
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>>2922010
This guy is autistic do whatever you want
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>>2922010
I don't scan my film photos anon, I believe it sucks the vital essence out of the film and deprives it of the special essence of having been there and exposed to the actual photons reflected off the things that were really at the scene.

The piece of celluloid itself becomes tainted. You are then left with a physical waste product that MUST be destroyed, and an ever-imperfect digital representation of what could have been.

You're killing the magic anon.

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I want to know what the limitations are when using Magic Lantern's RAW video mode with my 5D Mk. II.

What are the limitations of Aspect Ratio and Image Resolution?
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>>2921945
The limitation is card write speed.

With a 95 MB/s or faster card, 5DII can write at ~70-80 MB/s max.
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>>2921945
Yup it's a terrible thing that magic lantern isn't documented at all and doesn't have a massive forum with such information.
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>>2921954
Is this CF card fast enough to film in 1920x1080 with an aspect ratio of 16:9?

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I don't think of myself as a good photographer. I'm interested in some constructive criticism.

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>>2921810
Use the rule of 3rd.
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>>2921810
Get a new dog.
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Did that iggy charlatan ever make the book or just disappear?
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last I heard he went to berlin to make records with some english faggot or something
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Was stabbed during the olympics

RIP In Peace
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>>2921709

there's that unfunny meme again. now tell us about le killer mail order bride once more.

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Anyone here established as an actual business for their photography?
Are you a sole proprietor or an LLC?
Can we talk about things to know in the legal side of things for those wanting to make a legitimate living off of photography?

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>>2921554
You mean like proprietor of a locally sucsseful 'XYZ photography' """company"""?

And what legal aspects do you want to discuss? There are the same rules and laws for you as for anybody else. Pay your taxes. Always make written contracts.

And that's the whole story, bro.
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I can't speak to a photography business specifically but I know a little about business structures.

A LLC is a very popular structure for people who want to protect their personal assets and it makes sense if you have business partners. However it will not protect you from personal liability suits because even if you form an LLC they can still hold you personally responsible because you are the one performing the duties.

Basically pay your taxes and don't get caught up in the "I can just write it off as a business expense dodge", if you ever...
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>>2921648

Yes, always get everything in writing and document. Even in cases of he-said-she-said daily documentation in a journal format can add serious weight to your side. I keep a little pocket memo book and a pen in my pocket and I always jot down notes during meetings, after meetings, or any correspondence.

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Please give me every picture with beautiful colorful fluorescent lighting you have.
Anything comfy and colorful and N E O N

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This one is a still from Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive.
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How should I best crop this image /p/eople?

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>>2921029
get rid of as much of the ugly grey blur as possible and maybe centre the man as the focus point of the picture

as so

also cockfosters lel

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>>2921029

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hey /p/eople, i was looking for some advice on where to find good general info for good photography, i.e. photography for dummies or something along those lines. I picked up a Canon Rebel t6i as a starter camera. Was this a good choice?

pic related its the camera
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cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials.htm
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http://www.kenrockwell.com/
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>>2920973
I started on a rebel, it's fine
more important to actually go take pictures anyhow.

Go shoot on auto mode
eventually you'll get the hang of it
worry about exposure after that.

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R8 pls

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>>2920755
I can see the distortion
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>>2920769
Yep, there's a little bit and looks like the whole thing is just a little bit off. Not completely straight.
Having said that, it looks pretty nice. I'd be happy with this and honestly couldn't tell you anything specific that you could do better. I'm still a newfag though
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Pretty solid slik minimal photo. Love the grain and not having true blacks makes it Instagram ready... Many people many not like that unnatural color look but it looks k. Great job

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Why are these lenses so fucking huge? And what is the reason for it?

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>>2920495
to get more pussy
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>>2920495
Overcompensating for small penis.
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Focal length is a literal descriptor. Also, the longer the focal length, the harder it is to get a bright image, which increases the need for a large front objective to increase light gathering power.

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I went to the J'ouvert and West Indies Parade in NYC and took some photos.

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>>2920064

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RIP in pieces

http://petapixel.com/2016/09/07/iphone-7-7-plus-announced-dual-cameras-zoom-bokeh/

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>>2919599
Wow, we didn't know about this 6 months ago....
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>>2919599
Digitally faked bokeh looks like garbage.

Cell phone photography will never look good only scrape by.
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>>2919599
Holy shit the bokeh looks gross too. and I''' never care anyway, since my sweet delicious bokerino is produced by glass only.

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What lenses would you consider to be essential to every /p/leb?
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>>2919566

THE ONE YOUR SHOOTING CALLS FOR, YOU FUCKING SIMPLETON.
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>>2919566
Prolly a Zeiss 50mm f/0.7. You can't go wrong with it.
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Fast normal-to-normal wide prime (50-35mm, f/2 or faster)

short tele (85 to 135 mm range)

Wide angle (24 or wider, doesn't have to be fast).

Those three lenses will cover 90% of the photographer you could want to do.

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Ever thought about how pointless this all is?
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>>2919150

These mongrels are disgusting to look at. Yay for "diversity".
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tfw they get more traffic than you
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The cringe in this thread is real. If 38 likes is enough to send you into a hateful shame spiral, give up now.

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What computers do you use to edit?

Everyone keeps suggesting me to get a mac, but I've always avoided apple in general, and never fell for the memes and buzzwords filled marketing. But what do you use /p/? I might get something cheap first and then build my own pc. Last pc died and I've been spending a lot of money on my car, so.
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Lenovo Thinkpad
i7
8GB
SSD + HDD(s)

Great for 16mp raw files, probably great for 24 or 36mp ones too.

A dedicated GPU might help with 7 layer 16 bit TIFF stacks, but it works fine with a little patience.
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Built for $450. Runs like a dream.

AMD3.5GHz 6-Core CPU
8GB DDR3
120GB SSD
1TB 7200 RPM HDD
Radeon HD 7850 2GB GPU
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I've got a 2015 mpb. Performance wise it works very well with Ps/Ai/Lr, never had any hiccups working with enormous files or large batches, but considering photo editing isn't that demanding I'm sure you can find cheaper options that does the job as well. If you're into vidya then just get a desktop. The screen works pretty well for most cases, but if you want to be super precise it's not as good as a proper grading monitor. I've graded a couple of short films on it, and it was a pretty frustrating process at times. The color gamut, black levels,...
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