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Is photographing other people's architecture really a form of art?

My friend was recently arguing that an architects work is made exaclty to look as it is from every angle. Therefore, you photographing it isn't art because you are merely capturing what the artist created.

Thoughts on this?

It is seems to lie at the top of a slippery slope of definitons of art.

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>>2901019

there is good and bad art. this is bad art.
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OP here again. I forgot to mention that my friend says you can be sued for publishing a photo of recognizable architecture. Also you can be sued for publishing photos of someone elses' graffiti (The city of montreal is currently suing shuttershock for exactly this)
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>>2901019

I'm not gonna comment on the whole "is this art?" thing for obvious reasons, but I'll tell you that if architects did not have photography to showcase their work they wouldn't have any work. Also, photographs taken of architecture often exaggerate or accentuate features in favor of the architect's work, which is why architects rely on photography to show it.

Personally i don't think someone taking photos of architecture should be necessarily proud of their "work", but it should be realized the importance of photography to architecture, especially in modern times.

Pic related, the human eye doesn't render reality like this.

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Read the sticky and don't be a fag. Or be a huge fag if you want, I'm not your mom, you don't have to listen to me. Live your life however you want to.

resize, etc.

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>>2899096
Your picture's shit
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>>2899096
Seriously i haven't seen one decent photo from you.
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Resizing is for faggots.

Old instagram thread was getting full as fuck, and we all know after a while nobody is reading the old links.

New insta-whore threat.
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>>2873974
www.instagram.com/jacobzigenis
Recently been doing a lot of drone photo/videography.
>pic related
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bad nature and wildlife pictures

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https://www.instagram.com/vincetarrosa/

Just starting out. I'm from the Philippines.

Follow if you want to see island photos and underdeveloped cities and shit in the future.

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Hey there /p/,

I am new to film photography and I'm already in love with it. I have a couple questions....one is on the first 5 pictures or so of my first roll of film I have these aberrations that occur randomly on the film. My guess is that I accidentally exposed light to the film somehow? There are these random pink streaks on the film. See the picture uploaded. Later in the roll the film is exposed normally.

Second question is how do people photograph and invert their film digitally to lightroom or photoshop?

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>>2910150
Yeah, that's likely just from loading. If you ever watch video of pros who shot things like sports on film, you'd see them burn the first few shots to make sure they don't end up with an awesome image that's fucked by a partial exposure.

As for your final question, check out the film general.
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>>2910150
Yeah as the other anon said that's from loading the film and then winding the film with the back open. It looks like you've wound it quite far on with the back open (that's shot 7).

Load it, slot the leader in, wind it once. If it loads properly close the back and you're good to go.
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well, that was probably the fifth shot or so that I took...so the light must have crept in from the reel. I suppose this will come with experience. I was unsure with that roll if the camera was loading properly so I was paranoid for the most part.

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What's a good affordable camera for fucking around? Taking pics/vids/etc.
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This a slow board?
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>>2910017
Xiaomi Yi can run about $50-$80, good for just about anything if you have the case. And before you ask if you want a dedicated photo camera and need that older looking asthetic in pics related go for the filename of >>2910020


>>2910020
And yes, happy shooting.
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>>2910025
Are there any good cameras that are also video compatible with said aesthetic? As for the Xiaomi Yi, is it better than generic Cannons?

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I've got these Nikon 55-300 mm lens (pic related).
Problem is, these are made for a DX DSLR, and I recently swapped out for a newer FX.

Sure the camera is able to crop out and adjust to the DX lens, but in my opinion, it seems like I'm not using the full capability of the sensor.

I'd hate to buy new lens and I was wondering, are there are any special adapters that could enlarge it to FX?

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>>2909437
Try an FX 1.4x teleconverter but don't expect any useful results.
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>>2909445
Could you expand "useful"?
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>>2909447
Soft, CAs, low contrast, unpredictable sharpness at different focal lengths.

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Can we have a photography pet peeve thread?

I cannot stand it when photographers splice in an overly large moon into a photo, and idiots think it's the real thing....

>pic related

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>>2909436

"wow thats incredible, i need to go here"

>every mong on instagram
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Pretty obvious one but overused HDR really kills me. Not just the hilariously blatant and terrible stuff with halos around everything. There's also a lot of stuff out there that uses it as a crutch and it makes the photographs look really garish in my opinion.

For example, I saw a ton of people on reddit raving about Tom Anderson (guy who made myspace) being a "great" photographer now and all his pictures are really overprocessed and unnatural looking.

Here's his instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/myspacetom/?hl=en

I mean I literally...
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>>2909479

majority of his photos are very good

at least he is good at HDR, would rather see his stuff than some of the awful shit amateurs churn out

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I would like to introduce myself to glitch art (here, pixel drifting), and use it on my photos. I'm looking for a good software to do so, but can't find any.

I found one here : http://pixeldrifter.tumblr.com/ but it's hella limited (10$ to get the full edition, just go fuck yourself), and I couldn't find the cracked version.

Can anyone help me here ?

Also, glitch photos thread, maybe(don't know if it's really a thing on this board)

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google, photoshop pixel drift youtube

watch videos

dont be a useless retard
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>>2909338
Not much on pixel drifting there.

Anyway with softwares it's way more simple, and faster (and do more, as well). Maybe you control a bit less the result (not even sure of that), but it's not important to me.

Still need a software, if anyone know one.
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hahaha getta load of this fucking loser.

gtfo you FREAK.

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>2016
>not having a camera tattoo

You have 10 seconds to justify why you don't have a camera/photography related tattoo on you.

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kek fucking idiot
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>>2909203
I'm not a retard.
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>>2909205
>>2909236
What do you mean?
This is kawaii~

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Posting some snapshits. Rate/roast to your heart's content.

1/12

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>>2908788
2/12

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>>2908789

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>>2908790
4/12

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Today I just got back into shooting people after a few months. Just blazed and now editing some pictures. Going to post while I edit. This will be a slow one guys..
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>>2906897
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EXIF?
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>>2906897
She's pretty. Post more of her.

Pocket cameras of the past had the exact same "sensor" as their contemporary top of the line SLRs: 35mm film. Pocket cameras of today have shitty sensors compared to DSLRs. Thoughts on this.
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It took a long, long time for pocketable 35mm cameras to become good. It will take less time for pocketable full frame cameras to come to fruition, but you're placing unreasonable demands given the newness of the technology.

Having said that, the RX1r2 comes pretty damn close to being pocketable, and would be if they didn't worry about ergonomic factors like having a lens barrel large enough to comfortably focus with, etc.

The Ricoh GR is absolutely pocketable and has a terrific aps-c sensor that blows most 35mm out of the water, so there's that.
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35mm SLRs were not 'top of the line.' Some were made to very high quality, and rather expensively so. This however was mostly either for the purpose of personal luxury, or for photojournalists who preferred 35mm for the high shot-to-shot speed and number of shots per roll. Top of the line SLRs were typically 6x6 or 6x7 format, quadrupling the potential resolution compared to 35mm film.

35mm compacts also had very bad lenses most of the time - the few that had acceptably sharp lenses are cult classics which are very overpriced today due to popularity.
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I can tell that this is going to become a meme if someone isn't clear right now why you can't design digital cameras with current sensor technology and the kinds of lenses that were put in these cameras.

Effectively, unlike film, which you can treat as "flat", digital has something called wells which the light has to get into.

These lens designs have light coming in at such a grazing angle in the corners that it actually causes the image to smear and you get a phenomenon known as colour vignetting where the corners go super purple or green.

Anyone...
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Dont mind me, I'm just your current year Pulitzers material.
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>>2906064

better than tiananmen niggress vs fat cops.
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>>2906064
This and that girl helping the other one injured at the Olympics gave me the feels of the month.
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>>2906064
Stole my idea and did it first. Now I have to come up with a whole new idea for a gallery.

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Old one finally hit the autosage after 90-something days, in that time I learned how to walk, came back to FL, got all my shit stolen because I was stupid, scored a D7000 outfit that I have been building over the last couple of weeks, went back on the road for 25,000 miles and came back >>2840526

Random bullshittery on the road, stopped in our terminal in Springfield today to pick up my truck. Will definitely have some local stuff this week it will be a while before I actually drive off there's a waiting list on trucks apparently. I might sneak over to some of the caves in Missouri

Someone had requested more of that reflection shot in the previous thread so here's some more.

>Official thread theme music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YB7hyfnP_i0

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O CANADAAAA

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This guy almost hit our truck.

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>>2905866

Underexposed, garbage framing.

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General thread for camera bags.
Discuss best bags, post your own bag, help newbs decide what bag for which camera.
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Still waiting for my Pacsafe Camsafe Z16 to arrive. Purchased it on the 29th of July and apparently the original bag was lost in transit. They said they sent another one but yeah, haven't heard much about it since.

That's my fault for trying save $150 of the original retail price though. There's a good chance I'll never get it :(

Might just cut my losses, charge back and get a lame ass Lowepro or Vanguard instead before I head off to Tokyo/Seoul soon.
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>>2904385
>There's a good chance I'll never get it :(
Good. Eat shit Ray, you cunt.
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>>2904391
You're mean :(

I was shown this forum the other day by a friend of mine.

I'm a working photojournalist/ documentary photographer with a focus on social conflict, crisis, and war. I work primarily as a freelance, then selling my work to major magazines and newspapers, however I have worked for AFP in the past.

The world of photojournalism has changed a lot over the past few decades, but as someone who only started a few years ago, I'd be delighted to help others who are looking to break into such a career.

I've worked across Asia, the Middle East, and Africa...
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welcome, it's always nice to see professionals pop up on /p/ and try to give advice!
I'd like to ask about how you got into the world of photojournalism - as in did you have a degree, connections, and what kinds of work you did when you started out.
anything you'd find insightful about your work would be great!
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>>2903645
How does one get into photojournalism / documentary photography in a very peaceful country where no real unrest or social upheaval happens? What do I photograph?
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>>2903645
Thanks for posting here. What was your first conflict zone? Ever meet Hetherington?

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Sticky:

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

Cinematographics 'n' stuff.

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First for shoulder rigs.
What are your shoulder rigs, how do you like em, how do you use em, what do you put on them, do you prefer selfbuilt or prebuilt?

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>>2896802
I personally don't see what a shoulder rig could do for me. Either I want a stable movement, then I use a dolly/slider/jib/crane, or I want a hand-held style for following movs, pov etc., then I just take it in the hand.

Shoulder seems only to be useful if you have to hold the cam for longer periods while moving around and shaking is not a big issue ... aka documentaries.
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So I just bought a lens for £250
I know that's nothing for some of you, but for me that's a lot

>>2896802
I'm gonna buy a glidecam at some point in the next week I've decided. I think a shoulder rig will be too bulky

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I'm a photographer form the UK, currently in my first year of A Level Photography (I'm 18, just started late). As far as my class goes I'm way ahead, but that doesn't say much.

I've had a camera and been taking photos for about 10 months now, which isn't that long. I've had a few paid gigs but I've rejected quite a few knowing I don't have enough experience to be happy with the results (example being a couple weddings/family portraits).

I'm wanting to do pretty general stuff - local clubs and bars near me have regular photographers, and doing events, portraits and weddings on top of that would probably make a small living.

I'm gonna dump some photos and then my flickr for those interested. Mostly recent stuff, I'm always looking to improve although sometimes circumstances make it hard as hell (I've done a lot of stuff in pubs/bars without flash)

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An incredibly dark pub and a request to not use my flash /too much/ - really hard gig to shoot

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(Having to download from FB due to large file sizes)

Stylized one, experimenting a little, show in the basement of a local gay bar.
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Long exposure experimental from a local bar while a delicious raspberry daquiri was being made (at this point I was a little tipsy, having some fun)

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Can someone please tell me how to get this washed out look, it is becoming very popular on instagram, and taku does it alot. (99.9% of his photos).
I assume it's post production, but what setting etc..
I'll include a few more examples below.

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From these photos it just looks like bring it in LR, Drop the highlights, up the shadows, drop the saturation/vibrance, make the temp colder, and turn up the clarity....
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>>2908357
>please tell me how to...very popular on instagram
FUCK YOU

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Hey /p/otatoes,

I'm traveling to the Seattle, Vancouver, and Alaska next week and wondering what lenses I should take with me. I need to find a balance between versatility and portability, since carrying all that stuff around sucks esp. considering the number of stops I'll be making.

I've got an X-Pro2 and most Fuji primes:
- 14 2.8
- 16 1.4 (WR)
- 23 1.4
- 27 2.8 pancake
- 35 2 (WR)
- 56 1.2
- 90 2 (WR)

along with the 16-55 f/2.8 and 55-200 zooms. I also have an X100S, which I have been neglecting in favor of the X70.

I'm planning on bringing the following:
- X-Pro2
- 16mm f/1.4
- 35mm f/2
- 56mm f/1.2
- 55-200 zoom

The 16 and 35 are WR, which might come in handy in Alaska (weather seems to be mild in Seattle), and this range seems to cover wide, normal, short-tele for portraits, and a longer zooming tele in case it's needed.

I'm wondering if, instead of the primes, I should bring the 16-55 2.8 since it's also WR, and save myself some space and time switching lenses at the expense of the increased aperture and detail of the primes. I'm thinking I'm willing to bring the extra lenses but two weeks of carrying them around may make me regret it.

What do y'all think? What would you bring with you for a similar trip?

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16-55
55-200
Then:
56 if I'm going to take photos of people
23 1.4 if I'm not shooting people but still need a low light option

Gear thread
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>>2908034
Post in the fucking gear thread.
Xpro and 56mm, and the x70.
Every other suggestion is wrong.
now pls delet this
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23
35
56 if you really feel the urge to lug a third lens around

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I would like to buy a "new" SLR. I am currently using ZENIT 11.
Which would you recommend?
I am looking at this Nikon EM, is it ok? I also like Nikon FM3 or F3.

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>>2907926

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>>2907926
Oh wow, yet another useless cunt.
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>>2907926
There's the gear thread, and then there's the FGT thread (the film general).

Use those accordingly.

If you're stuck on film I suggest buying the MOST OBNOXIOUS KING BEST film camera you can, like the Pentax LX or Nikon f3,f4 or Canon F-1 or new F-1.

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how does /p/ scan its 120/220 rolls? it sounds like a lot of people here use the "SLR on a backlit table" method, but I was wondering what everyone else used.
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>>2907807
Why don't you ask this question in the film thread or the other current scanning thread, and upload a meaningful image rather than unrelated trash, you fucking numbnuts?
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>>2907807

>no tits
>wide as fuck abdominals
>manly looking forearms
>chunky legs

ew
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>>2907813
steroids.

Thoughts? My name is Earl?

https://www.format.com/magazine/features/photography/jason-lee-interview-photography?utm_medium=social
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>>2907669

What thoughts are there? Jason Lee is a well known photographer with his own ultra large format camera. He's also an avid supporter of film and helps young photographers out all the time.

He also owns his own somewhat-reputable skateboarding company and is the inventor of the 360 flip (fuck you, Rodney).

He's also a hilarious actor, and if you only know him for My Name is Earl, you're missing out.

All of this, thanks to the positive power of Scientology (tm).
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>>2907669
could have been a cool guy but he's a fucking scientologist
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>>2907676
>he could have been an ordinary pleb skater burnout, but instead he chose to embrace a disciplined life in Scientology, and has harnessed his own sacred dianetic energy to bring himself fame and wealth and deep personal satisfaction
fixt

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and such is life when you buy a sony camera

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8V5dyFJzV8g&feature=youtu.be

https://www.flickr.com/photos/134746128@N05/28829246750/in/photostream/
https://www.flickr.com/photos/134746128@N05/29115903315/in/photostream/
https://www.flickr.com/photos/134746128@N05/28828753410/in/photostream/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQbN9Ymm1Wk
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>>2907649
gear thread or flickr thread, faggot
saged and downvoted
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>>2907649

>extensive exterior corrosion
>NEVER GOT IT WET! HUMIDITY DID IT!

sage
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>>2907663
> extensive
> Not knowing a little bit of corrosion is completely normal when you live near the sea

Sonyshill pls.

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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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what's everyone think about the leaked 5ds mk iv specs
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>>2907236
>30mp
good enough

>improved dynamic range
finally!

>4K
sweet

>GPS and WiFi integrated
good addition.. the pros will love it
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>>2907239
What's the DR? I couldn't find it.

Also don't pros use ethernet rather than wifi?

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Question: With the advent of smartphones with high-resolution cameras, is there even a point to point-and-shoot cameras? Should beginners just stick to phone cameras, provided they have a newer phone?
Pic related, I took a bunch of photos of a deodorant stick I found on the windowsill of a library. This is the only one I really like, looking back on them all. I had like 12 in total.

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Ah, sorry, first time posting here. Since the EXIF data is on display, I might as well say that I messed with the levels just a smidge.
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>>2907193
I'll post more deodorant pics I guess
This one is alright I guess. Not too big a fan. I feel like I've fucked up some framing rule, but I know jack shit about photography so I don't know.
I messed with the curves a bit in this one.
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>>2907197
I had to blur the shit out of the left side of this one because there was a sign in the background with the address of the library

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Show me your faces /p/, post your mirror selfies

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It seems to me that it's more "show me your camera" here
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a jew with a pot belly. why am I not surprised?
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>>2907174
Ok, some hipster with an old camera that has no to acquire great results but just because "it reminds me the old times when taking a photo was like joining the war"
Seriously, you're fine, and what you have in your hands is valuable, but dump some of your pictures.
I think that everybody here is for the photo, not the photographer.

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Early morning fog covers the port area on Mekong river China - Laos - Myanmar route -
africasiaeuro01.appspot.com

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>>2906905
beautiful setting, keep your head down and watch out for Charlie on the riverbanks and up in the trees

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>>2907003
Vietnam war was fucking awesome.
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>>2909224
>A Navy lieutenant aims his flaming arrow at a hut across the river that conceals a Viet Cong bunker near Binh Thuy, South Vietnam December 8, 1967

what memory card reader does /p/ use?

I just got a new computer and I'm looking around for one that will last me a good while, either as external (preferably) or internal to install into my computer.

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What are your requirements?

Card types, portability, durability, size????????/
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>>2906819

My current camera uses Compact Flash but I'd prefer one with all memory card types.
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Why won't you use a cord that comes with your camera instead?

It's much safer and you don't need to remove the card from the camera.

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yay or nay? is it worth it? No shipping or nothing. It's local.
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YAY
>>
It's "yea", you fucking pleb.

>nay
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>>2906675
>implying that wasn't an exclamation of joy
You sad joyless man. Let happiness into your life so you can go "YAY" from time to time.


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