I have canon 700d, and I get this outcome with all the lenses I have (18-55, 75-300 canon and 50mm 1.8) FUCKING AQUAMARINE SKY AND ORANGE TINTED REST OF THE PICTURE WHY DOES IT KEEP HAPPENING? Is there some option in the menu which makes it like that? Or should I just throw my camera in the trash previously I had 350d and while it was producing worse images quality wise in general, I never had any problems with the colours
>>2763739 I've always wondered - in modern xray machines giving digital files as output - what's the sensor? It used to be xray film and that makes sense for xrays of large body parts - it has to be large. Do they really make ccd-like sensors the size of a human chest nowadays?
Let's say I want to be able to move freely through police cordons during demonstrations and riots. If I get myself a - professional looking camera with a huge lens and petal hood - orange reflective vest that reads "PRESS" - and a fake press pass (pic related) is it gonna work? Will the police let me through?
There's no such thing as a real press card anymore, because of exactly what you're describing doing. The way to get through a cordon is to be real press and work the beat long enough that the cops there know and like you.
It's fine. I think the crane going up through the middle of the photo blends in with the edge of the tall building, making it hard to tell what your subject is between the two. I think I would have stepped to the left as much as possible for the shot, but clearly you're on a roof so who knows if that was possible.
This is probably the wrong place to post this, but maybe someone can help.
I recently found an old video camera of mine (pic related) and I want to eject the video cassette that is in it. The cassette will not eject without a battery. I found the battery for it, but no charger. Am I out of luck until I find the charger? Or is there another way to get the cassette out of the camera without damaging it?
I've got to do this for a university project and I'm not entirely sure how to go about it so I thought maybe some of you might be able to give advice, if you could I'd really appreciate it
I'm supposed to photo these other two students in a way which shows their relationship and personality, they have great chemistry but are total opposites, like one is kind of mischievous and the other is very strict on rules
I'm not sure how to get this across in a photo so any tips would be really helpful
get them both drunk as possible then shoot them you will find that after a few drinks it doesn't matter who you are or what personality they have they will both end up the same taking away any differences they once had.
> I want to get into an extremely competitive field of an extremely competitive industry > I lack the ability to google shit and find out basic information on my own Good luck with your dreams, Anon. When you get your first shoot check back and we'll let you know what shutter speed and aperture you should use for every shot.
I have to write an argument paper for an English class, and the topic I pick will be used throughout the entire semester for other assignments leading up to the paper.
I was thinking about discussing the ethical factors in photojournalism. Is this a topic that involves a lot of controversy? As in, is there a lot of two-sided debate? Also, is the topic of photojournalism expansive enough that it will last me a whole semester of assignments? I have been googling around but I also want to ask a community of photographers that might be more involved in this issue than me.
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>>2763295 There seems to be a few topics within photojournalism where the question can be asked, "Are some the actions photojournalists take ethical?"
Some examples from the Wikipedia article:
"Photojournalism works within the same ethical approaches to objectivity that are applied by other journalists. What to shoot, how to frame and how to edit are constant considerations. Photographing news for an assignment is one of the most ethical problems photographers face. Photojournalists have a moral responsibility to decide what pictures to take, what picture to stage, and what pictures to show the public."
"Photographs of the dead or injured arouse controversy because more often than not, the name of person depicted in the photograph is not given in the caption. The family of the person is often not informed of the photograph until they see it published. The photograph of the street execution of a suspected Viet Cong soldier during the Vietnam War provoked a lot of interest because it captured the exact moment of death. The family of the victim was also not informed that the picture would run publicly."
"Other issues involving photojournalism include the right to privacy and the compensation of the news subject. Especially regarding pictures of violence, photojournalists face the ethical dilemma of whether or not to publish images of the victims. The victim's right to privacy is sometimes not addressed or the picture is printed without their knowledge or consent. The compensation of the subject is another issue. Subjects often want to be paid in order for the picture to be published, especially if the picture is of a controversial subject."
"Another major issue of photojournalism is photo manipulation – what degree is acceptable? Some pictures are simply manipulated for color enhancement, whereas others are manipulated to the extent where people are edited in or out of the picture."
This is may be regarded as a gear thread, although I see it as slightly more technical in nature: I've been using a canon 5D mk3 w/ MP-E 65mm in my setup and was wondering about trying the S or S-R, however I can't establish whether moire will be an issue as I couldn't find anyone on the other forums whose used either for insects. Does anyone have experience with the S-R?
>>2763102 I'm using a 5Dii and the mp-e 65mm. I've been looking at this as well and have been considering renting a 5Dsr to see if there is a serious issue with moire. If I recall correctly the fellows over at lensrentals (the kings of gear nerds) seem to think it won't be an issue. The real question is what does the MP-e resolve detail at. Yes you will end up with larger files to print from but with only marginally better detail if mpe doesnt resolve detail to that resolution. I suspect that it doesn't but this is just a gut feeling after having used the lens for so long. I also may be talking a bit out of my ass. Gearfagging isn't a specialty for me.
Oh hai /p/, I noticed that there are a lot of youtubers for photography that is geared towards beginners, mwacs and gwacs, or gearfags like froknows, Imogen, snapchick or digitalrev. Is there anything out there that discusses at I higher level than entry? Like Gracie Breakdown is for BJJers, or Drummertalk is for drummers.
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