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Hello, first time on /p/. Sorry in advance if this question doesn't belong here.

I'm not a photographer, just a normie who takes photos with my phone here and there. BUT...there's one thing I find lacking nowadays.

I had a couple of Fujifilm cameras (3.2 mp, 5 mp) back in the day. They both had a great feature, where it would take a photo both with and without flash automatically at the same time. As a non-photographer, I never know when to use flash and when not to (let alone modes and manual tweaking etc). I always have to guess, and I get it...
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On second thought, ugh who wants to look at her ugly mug. File deleted. I'll post two I just took with my Moto X, to illustrate the point. (Yes I know the quality is terrible lel)

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>>2885625
>just a normie who takes photos with my phone
The stupid "flash" you have is a ridiculous led with barely 2 meters of reach. It can't even trigger a real flash.

>Not convenient, esp when taking photos of friends and family, or a quick snap is needed
Well, it's the point of phone photography, being "convenient". Save some money and buy a real camera if pictures matters to you.

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>>2885633
It doesn't matter THAT much (high quality photos), but at least getting the 'flash or no flash' question in each instance without having to fiddle or double check would be nice, hence the question.

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Tips for shooting on Polaroid 600 film?

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My word, I was just about to post this.
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>>2885629
Fine minds think alike.
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>>2885635
indeed, sadly it doesn't look like we will obtain any help.

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What the fuck do I charge?

I brought my camera gear into work yesterday and my boss asked me to snap some photos of the band we had on. He found my photo blog and likes the waterfront pictures I've been taken, he likes the band photos I took for him, and he's asking what I charge.

I have no fucking idea, I'm a total amateur.

Help me please, I don't want to rip my boss off (it's a good gig and management is superb) and I never thought my photography would be anything more than a hobby.

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depends on the gig, and the quality you can deliver.

If it's a simple 1-2 hour photoshoot gig with some 20 delivered edited pictures, i might charge 200€

If it's a longer gig, like ~5 horus documenting an event, and with maybe some 100 pictures delivered, i might charge 350€. But it depends on what type of gig it is. I might charge a student association less than a restaurant. And weddings are like 250% at least.

But this is a real problem in the photo world, inconsistent pricing. Some dude who produced half the quality you do might charge...
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Well first of all, can you guarantee good shots?

If the answer is anything but "absolutely" then you shouldn't charge much. Even easy gig work can be pretty taxing, thirsty work.

Do you know your gear inside out? Can it handle high ISO work? If not, do you know how to save it?
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>>2885544
Well first off FUCKING RESIZE YOUR PHOTO, two, depends on how much time you spend shooting, editing, print or digital. Take all those hours and give yourself a modest $16 an hour.

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hi /p/ I would like to buy a new 6x9 (or maybe 6x4.5) camera, my budget is 500€ top (550$)
I was thinking about the fuji GW690 III. What do you think ?

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I've recently bought a 680iii

Make sure the lens is in top condition - no fungus, no balsam separation, etc.

Make sure that there aren't too many knock marks on the body. Look for big scratches around the lens.

Don't worry too much about the counter - they're easy to reset and a service is relatively cheap. Think of using this camera like a 5x4 more than a point and shoot - you won't shoot too many rolls on it.

make sure you're comfortable with the ratio you choose before you buy - there aren't many 6x9 enlargers around and the wider the frame the fewer the shots per roll

the GW 670 is rare and the 680 is harder to work with, but do consider them before you choose between 645 and 690 as sometimes prices are good

the lenses are not as sharp as the 7s - there's some dispute over how good they are - this is a rare large scan (40-50MP) from a 690iii.

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>>2885421
Ok, Cool, I'll check that.
Thanks!
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>>2885421
and you clearly don't give a fuck about composition

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I went on a camping trip in the alps with some friends a few weeks ago.
i wanted to share some pictures that i took there.
you are welcome to tell me what you think.
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So what is the secret to making a living from art photography? Do artists do commercial jobs for their income? Do only the most successful manage to live from art alone?
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Do you have an MFA? Great.

No? You'll never make it.
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>>2884695
Why do you need a degree for art? Isn't your portfolio everything?
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a MFA is definitely not a must

i think it just takes a long time to actually make a name for yourself in the art world. your photos dont have to be good. its your name that sells.

I make a full time living as a commercial photographer. I can't complain, considering im 20 years old. It's not all fun and games and working a normal 9 to 5 would probably be less work but it wouldn't give me the freedom I have

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Ok /p/, lets discuss who we thing is the greatest photographer ever.

I would have to go with W. Eugene Smith. So much of his work is art in and of itself, like Ansel Adams. But he was able to tell complete stories with just pictures. Stories of war (Iwo Jima), happiness (Nurse Midwife), grief, tragedy (Minimata), the turmoil of a decade (Pittsburg), or even just the life of a normal person (Country Doctor).
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Me
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>>2884501
His Pittsburgh series is astonishing
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how about we stop aping an "appreciation" for photographers of long past decades and realize that there are people producing the same caliber of work in the modern era every single day, they simply came after the burst in consumer technology.

He's great. Greatest? Fuck off you hipster faggot.

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Sigma 30mm f1.4 or Sony FE 28mm f2 for an A6000? Really can't decide. Thanks!

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Here's how to decide

1) Use the gear thread
2) read the sticky
3) lurk moar
4) kill yourself
5) ???
6) profit
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>>2884387

sorry I am new to these forums... where is the gear thread? Thanks
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>>2884390
http://www.dpreview.com/?utm_expid=20106105-6.o9reHoWfRjuqHRvDSJhn-g.0

Nerver posted on here, and not that good at photography, but here
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Kill yourself
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>>2884362
Nice bud man but that photo blows.
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This is a photo about weed. That's all it will ever be.

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how do i scan 4x5 negative with scanner like canon 9000f mkii ?
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You can't. The backlight isn't big enough.
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>>2884288
Scan in sections and stitch.
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You don't. Buy a decent scanner that does 5x4 or engage a scanner professional to do the work for you, numbnuts,

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Which should I get as first camera?
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>>2882827
>M43

This is absolutely disgusting. M43 is the absolute worse format in the history of cameras. There is absolutely no value in them. Noise on those sensors is unbearable. Also why would you buy a 12 megapixel camera in this day and age? 12 megapixels is barely good enough for a post card.
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>>2882856
:^) you're a confused fellow
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>>2882869
Just get the A6000 and be done with it.

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>"No one has made a digital masterpiece yet"

Is he right /p/?
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No.
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>>2882569
>dat nasty digital sharpening
gross
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>>2882569
I don't see how he could be

Unless in the case of someone has made film as good as it can be however digital media will keep on evolving and hasn't reached its true potential yet

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So I haven't been here for months... did the /p/ photo book ever get made or were our images stolen and used for personal profit elsewhere?
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BAMP cause i also want to know
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It never happened, and I sincerely iggy is out making money off of your pleb tier snapshits. He just took on more than he could handle (once again) and let us all down.
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>>2881348

>downloading photos from emails and shoving them into an album
>hard
>literally could have been done over a weekend or two
>half a year later still hasn't been done

Why doesn't that fuck send photos to someone else then? Hell I'd do it just to get it done.

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Just a teen who's into photography. Tips and advice would be appreciated.

Also idk current ig name is shit so ideas would be cool.
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OP is clearly underage and B&.

This is a +18 site, keep it in mind

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Is this one worth to purchase

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>>2887013
just buy any of them nigger for cheap on craigslist. seriously, either a trustworthy om10 or any other film that aint busted. make sure the metering works. thats all folks
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The EM is a good little camera, but for most people who want to shoot film cameras in 2016 are doing it to enjoy solid metal cameras and full manual controls, and the EM is a plastic camera that's aperture priority only.

If you really really love film and just want something small and light to shoot it with, the EM is a good option, but otherwise you'll probably have better luck with an FM or FE or something. It's also not a good choice for photography classes, because most of them require a full manual camera.

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>>2887013
Kind of
It's more of an investment than anything else, doesn't take special photos or anything
Just a solid asset

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hi /p/, I was hired in my uni as the photographer for an organization. They are going to pay me by the hour. So far they want me to take pictures at events and go to their center and take pictures of everyday stuff. The problem is it's kind of hard to spend more than 1 hour at the center taking pictures the days they don't have any events. So I'm roughly working 1 hour a day.
Any ideas on how to fill up more time there so I get some more cash?
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>>2886836
>and take pictures of everyday stuff
come on dude

come on

you can get 4 hours per day without question EASILY

pick your shots carefully and make them count. Earn your pay and you should be able to stretch it right out.
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>>2886836

take your shots and just hang about doing fuck all in between, cant turn down getting payed to do nothing

also do your editing on their time too

how do they get this... I've noticed a swarm of these orange/black like photos.. but I can not achieve these looks.Any thoughts?

https://www.instagram.com/p/BH6JPvXAHM5/?taken-by=moodygrams&hl=en
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In Lightroom you could probably achieve that in a few seconds with the HSL tool. Turn the saturation to zero for every color except orange.

I assume photoshop has the same thing but I don't remember where it is or what it's called.
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as above said, saturation down on every colour except your desired colour (orange)

then if there is any other orange parts select them with the selection tool and make them black and white too

there is a better way to do this with masks and you just brush over everything you want made black and white with the brush tool, but you can youtube that yourself

can be done in photoshop or lightroom
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Tnx guys.I'll try harder.

How hard is it to get into Paparazzi Photography? And realistically, how profitable is it?

Have any US anons tried it out? It seems like it would be a bit of fun.
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most paparazzi is staged photoshoots so it is not difficult to actually track people down

you will probably earn more doing other photography
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>>2886609
Paps are like a mafia, good luck getting in and selling your photos if you're not connected. There are hundreds of illegals from Mexico running around Beverly Hills armed with a Canon 5dmIII and L series glass, as shown in OP's pic related. If you're starting from scratch, I calculate a person would need at least $25,000 for equipment plus a decent car and enough savings to cover six months living expenses. By then, you should have enough photos in the pipeline to either be making good money or have...
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>>2886609
I have a few friends doing it in SoCal
It's frequently staged as agents will tip off paparazzi for appealing photos of their clients
It doesn't pay that well, it's competitive, good pocket cash, most paps have part time jobs because major media providers will pay you maybe a couple hundred for a photo, and small tabloids will pay you maybe 15$
Paps make shit money unless they're directly working for a media provider or are frequently liscened
Working event photography like red carpet...
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I got a new lens today.

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It's a sigma 50-500mm zoom lens. A "bigma".

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>>2886570
>got new lens
>posts shit image of flag processed in shitty snapseed app
>muh bokeh

Go show off your shitty meme lens elsewhere. Or at least post in the RPT.
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The focus is a little fussy.

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Recently started using a 35mm Canon Sureshot, very basic camera, I just like the effect it gives, reminds me of when I was younger. Its sometimes nice to tone down from the crystal clear photos taken from DSLR's.


This photo was taken a few weeks back of my cat.

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another one

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>>2886402
My first camera was a Canon ML super sureshot
I still love it even with the shitty autofocus
No 35mm slr ever gave me as much fun as that sureshot

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>>2886402
>>2886404
are theses scans of prints? they look weird

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Why are there no exact crop format equivalent of the classic 50mm standard lens these days?

50mm / 1.5 = 33.3mm

Primes only come in 30mm or 35mm which equals 45mm or 52.5mm on a crop format digital camera.

Why isn't an inexpensive but fast and good 33mm prime included with DSLRs like in the good old days?
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>Why isn't an inexpensive but fast and good 33mm prime included with DSLRs like in the good old days?

Because the starter kit lenses are seen as more pragmatic. And they are in most cases.

I agree that it's disappointing, but why exactly are you wishing for the precise focal scale? What DSLR do you use?
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Most 50mm lenses aren't even 50mm on the nose, especially as you focus closer, so it's not like those extra 2mm or so make a difference.

You don't see 33mm primes packaged with crop bodies anymore because computer aided design has made cheap kit zooms practical and easy to manufacture. A zoom is more useful to amateurs, and since they are far and away the biggest customers of crop, it's what gets included in the kit.
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Well if you want a standard lens (check wikipedia) that's a 43mm on full frame. So getting a 30mm for your crop puts you a little closer to ideal.

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hi /p/
lately i've been reading a lot about galaxy and astronomy and i like to try some amateur stargazing too.
did any of you guys tried stargazing with binoculars in a city before?was it worth it?
also which binocular you think is better.a 10×25 or 8×32?
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binoculars don't have the light gathering for stargazing AFAIK. Get a telescope.
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>>2886228

Celestron has some good cheap ones specifically for this.

10x25 and 8x32 are generally going to be poor, as 25 and 32mm don't gather much light. 10x50 is fine.
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>>2886228
Binoculars are literally a pain in the neck for Astronomy.

The idea of binoculars for Astronomy is fine (both eyes gives a brighter immersive view) but keeping them steady and viewing comfortably is another matter.

Even with a tripod after a few minutes you will crink your neck. There are elaborate mounts and 45 degree setups using mirrors that help but I don't think they are worth it.

I've owned plenty of binoculars over the years and now have a good quality 20x80mm pair but have pretty...
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I forgot how to make the hipster filter in photoshop.

can somebody tell me?
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>>2886053
start fucking around with the green/purple slider obviously
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>>2886056

in curve?
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>>2886053
cool cat

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all aboard, fuckers

post instax shots
post polaroid shots

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>>2885828

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>>2885829

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>>2885828
The last three shots have all turned out with these marks and I'm 90% sure it's because I forgot to clean my rollers.
Just ordered a spectra+tongue+two packs of film!

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I'd like to make face appear more realistic as I think it now looks like painted on (which it obviously is). Scar on her neck looks very real for example.

And yes, I know it is a shitty photo. I've focused on the scars on her neck instead of her eyes thinking I'm being clever producing hazy zombie eyes, but I've only managed to fuck up.

Also, please explain what did you do. I don't really know what each slider does yet. I have Raw Therapee and Lr available to me.

Thank you.

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what ?
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>>2885748
I want to make a more realistic zombie.

I would probably do something like, make her skin more white and blue/green like her face, so there would be no more healthy skin color left. Then I would make blood splatter on her face more red and looking wet. I would also make dark veins around her nose pop and achieve 3D effect if it is possible.

But I don't know how. All I can do is play around with the sliders in raw therapee.

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>>2885752
you sure as hell can't do that in rawtherapee or light-room.
Neither of those programs is for special effects. 3D and texture work take far more than "moving a slider"

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Redpill me /p/ on this advertisement.
The poster was published by JWT and Campari. (Whom i asked and never actually gave any info about). So I need the experts of /p/ to give me all the information possible such as photographers in the 80's with similar shots and styles. Kinds of cameras to give the same result. Lighting and color control used for this.

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>>2885643
I happen to know a bit.

This ad almost brought J Walter Thompson down.

Luca Garavoglia from Campari met a key account person from JWT in 1982 in Rome, seemingly by chance. He was in Piazza Navona getting a gelato with his wife's son. JWT copy writer Bill Lane was there working on the Eastman Kodak account and recognized Luca, struck up a conversation. One thing led to another, and JWT won the account.

Campari was mainly convinced by the work JWT USA had done with the manischewitz wine brand ("There's a Seder in Every Bottle"

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>>2885671
Now, we all know that William Eggleston shot Manischewitz, but refused to travel to Italy for Campari

He used 6x7 Pentax cameras and Kodak Gold 400 film exclusively in this era pushed +2 stops for his commercial work (which is not often discussed, as it's eclipsed by his dye prints etc).

The interesting thing about the Eggleston Commercial style is that it subbornly requires only direct sun, cloudless days, and basically 1pm-2pm light (equivalent to 1-2pm light in the summer months, Northern Hemisphere...
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>>2885674
Silver reflectors and large mercury mirrors were used to create a hard light look.

This was incredibly expensive and quite dangerous, especially the mirrors.

The photographer for the Campari shoot basically had to find this location where the light would be perfect at 1-2pm, import a Pentax 6x7 camera and get a bunch of rolls of Kodak Gold 400 color film from Eggleson (it wasn't available in Europe due to the Communism issue in Germany).

Anyway, they bring in this giant bar looking thing,...
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This is what we made its all gone be safe for work so here we go

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Welp there it is but were not through yet

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>>2885597

just kys my man!
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More is here m9 and there's still more

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What do you tend to listen to while you edit. Does the particular shot dictate the genre or is it something you dont even think about?
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I tend to put on pretty mellow music
>Tycho
>Boards of Canada
>Tim Hecker
>Loscil
>Emancipator

Sometimes I do a complete 180 though
>In Flames
>August Burns Red
>Electric Wizard

So no, the particular shot doesn't dictate the genre. More what my general mood is.

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>>2885342
I tend to listen to relaxing music that i put together on youtube playlist, sometimes ambient, classical, jazz and trip-hop
>Steve Reich
>Brian Eno
>Philip Glass
>Ryuichi Sakamoto
>Joe Hisaishi
>Shlohmo
>Ludovico Einaudi
>Erik Satie
>Michel...
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>>2885401
>Steve Reich
The ultimate editing music.

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Anyone know what mount this is?
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>>2885109
Canon EF.
Couldn't have been easier.
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>>2885110
Literally the most plebs mount out there (albeit there are some great glass out there)
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>>2885110
>>2885112
Someone had put a Sigma 400mm APO up on ebay without knowing the mount. I was hoping against hope it was a K-Mount.

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I wanna start shooting medium format (120) black and white, mostly because of quality of grain and sharpness

however I'm really married to the style of photography that comes with a 35mm SLR camera. realistically, are there any decent 120 cameras that would be more like a 35mm SLR?
I'm talking in terms of size, weight, portability, being able to handhold it and use an internal meter. in other words, being able to take a spontaneous shot "somewhat" quickly. i almost always shoot in manual
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Size? Portability? Lol no- there are some Fuji and Mamiya rangefinders that may fit the bill there. However in terms of internal metering and quick use, I'd recommend a 645n, and in terms of the slr experience I'd recommend a Pentax 67.
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>>2884941
Mamiya 7 your only choice
Or hassy x-pan, if you literally want shoot wide medium format on 35 film
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Size and weight in an SLR style if where you'll be let down. Tho a lot of cameras have AE prisms and grips available, they're still moderately heavy and bulky. You may be better off with a folder.
>>2884971
>7
>only choice
fuck you tbqh.
There are other rangefinders out there.

>Xpan
>135
Just shooting an Xpan doesn't give you less grain. You're still using 135 film at the end of the day and you're still limited by the negative area being 24mm tall.

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