Hey Anons on /p/ and Merry Christmas! i got a Nikon coolpix 500 but the problem is that i am a retard. I forgot to take the cover of before turning it on and now the screen only shows the error message >Turn the Camera off remove the cover and switch it back on.< Obviously i already tried that. when i turn it on the lense keeps moving back and forth and the message occurs. I dont know what to do and thought someone may have had a smiliar experience. Thanks for any suggestion in advance!
I'm considering getting into making and selling stock footage, video mostly.
I have no realistic perspective of my likelihood to succeed. All of the stock footage sites I've checked out have no way of showing how many times a file has been purchased. Even if I knew that, I still wouldn't have a clue if my footage would hit.
I'm considering investing in a better body for filming. (Currently sporting a Canon without video) I was thinking of capturing mostly still shots of urban environments. (e.g. traffic, trains, subways,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have three rolls of film from the last three or so months (I know, I don't shoot enough) which I just scanned and processed. I'm posting in chronological order the ones that aren't complete ass, so they'll get generally better as it goes
>r8 my shots >h8 my shit scanning >and be kind to your Sister :^)
I have been wanting to get into photography for a while. I was gifted a Canon EOS Rebel T5 (not T5i). With the default 15-55mm lens.
I am incredibly happy and have already started taking shitty pics all over the house and off my balcony.
However, I do want a brutally honest answer. How good is this camera? Will this limit me in some way in the near future? What can I expect from this as I get better? Is it worth eventually (when I'm better) getting a new lens for this camera? Or will I need to upgrade the camera itself as a natural upgrading progression.
>>2728211 >How good is this camera? Good enough for your skill level >Will this limit me in some way in the near future? What can I expect from this as I get better? In the near future, no. Further on, yes. You'll know. Don't buy new gear just because you feel like you need an upgrade. Buy new gear when you feel constrained by your gear and you know exactly what's causing the constraint. >Is it worth eventually (when... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
i have the canon 600d and honestly it's a fine camera if you get some decent glass the images get pretty sharp. yes ofcourse there's better cameras, but for every 1% of better quality yo pay 10% more in the cameraworld, so unless you've got a ton of money to throw around i don't suggest buying anything new unless you really NEED it, you can do all of the basic stuff with the kit lens and a simple camera.
this is just a personal opinion but i do recommend getting prime lenses if you want to get more artsy, the canon 24mm stm and canon 50mm f1.8... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>tl;dr I am looking to get into filming and editing music videos. >looking for basically the cheapest respectable full hd camera what do I mean by that?
basically the lowest on the bar to shoot a high quality music video without the type of budget high end artists / producers my have.
Between my group of friends I have a passionate and locally successful rap artist, a friend who is passionate and skilled about music producing (which I am too), a friend who is passionate (but does not have the money for) directing (he has a lot of story boarded movies for the sake of practice). We already have a skilled producer and I've lost my passion for being an artist but I would like to start filming for my buddy.
your help is greatly appreciated as I am in the very beginning stages of learning film equipment.
>>2728054 >what does an elitist community think of a niche subculture? This question has been asked many times and can only be answered one way by its audience.
Personally I love their 400 ISO film for its colors but I don't use much else of their stuff. My girlfriend bought me a konstruktor camera as she knows I love making model kits and taking pictures and it takes some pretty fun photos
Im going to do a photo project in the mountains. It will be shot on film. Now, what is the better option, color negative or slide? Ive seen lots of color neg documentary work, specially portra, it behaves pretty well and its management of contrast is outstanding. But is a look we all know by this time, its pretty predictable id say. Will slide film be a safe aproach? I love the slide look, but i dont know if itll be able to manage the changing light conditions.
Slide would be my choice. Also, slide is not finicky as it sounds. If you know how to meter, it'll be alright. Of course, in a contrasty situation, either will something blow out (looks bad) or something will be cast in shadow (usually looks good); so follow the rules of thumb.
Colors, especially greens and blues, will have much much more depth on slide film.
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