>>2726172 Recommendations: 1) Go to the gear thread 2) Realize that your lens is perfectly fine, and it's you and your lack of interesting life, and therefore, lack of interesting photos, that is actually disappointing you. 3) Once in the gear thread, describe WHAT ABOUT THE LENS is not satisfying you, so that someone can actually give you advice that isn't just a list of anon's favorite lenses that provides you with zero useful information
>>2726092 Not entirely sure. I did this by going into curves and moving up the bottom of red and blue, and moving the top of green to the left, then adding some motion blur. There are a whole lot more shitty effects going on in that image though.
>>2726060 Luckily mine is still working. They are pretty decent. The zoom ring has the on/off switch in it, meaning that to turn the camera on, you have to twist the zoom. I don't really know if that makes the repair more difficult, but getting it stuck on "full", then the camera is permanently on. Don't know more about those, but I thought sharing this might help you.
>>2726021 Polaroid film doesn't exist anymore, so if there are supplies out there, they're expensive. Because they stopped production, Impossible Project has picked it up and is trying to figure out the formulas to get it right. In the mean time, you can but their packs for $746 for 8 photos that look like nut sacks rubbed on a hot skillet.
It's 2015. Do what everyone else who liked Polaroid back in the day does; Get an Instax, and then leave it on your shelf because it's obnoxious, and just use your cell phone.
Thinking about getting an a6000 with the cash I get for Christmas because my NX1000 broke. What can you guys tell me about this camera? I'm planning on picking it up with the 16-50mm lens and buying some adapters for some really nice MD and FD lenses I have. Is the 16-50 worth the extra $150 or would I be able to shoot everyday with my manual lenses, I've gotten pretty used to them on my NX1000 without peaking so I think it might not be that bad and I save some cash.
Digitalfag here, I want to get into shooting film (including developing my own B&W film).
Are there any infographics on shooting and developing B&W film? Including gear needed etc.
Does anyone have any recommendations for a good developing set that I can get online? I went to my local camera store and the developing kits all seemed terrible quality (cheap plastic) and were wayyyyyy overpriced for what they were.
I will primarily be shooting architecture, is there any B&W film that is better suited to this over another?
I assume you mean 35mm since you posted an F2 and didn't specify, but for architecture you would probably be best suited by large format although medium format could also work well especially if you get a camera with movements. I also assume that you're developing your film and then scanning it, right? Getting into wet printing is quite a bit more stuff on top of these basics. As for film, just use something slow for maximum resolution since you'll probably be on a tripod anyway.
But anyways, for 35mm get Hewes stainless steel reels and a stainless daylight... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2725952 And of course there's already guides on the internet about this stuff: http://www.ilfordphoto.com/Webfiles/200629163442455.pdf http://www.ilfordphoto.com/aboutus/page.asp?n=40 http://www.lomography.com/magazine/56919-a-beginners-guide-to-cheap-and-easy-developing-of-black-and-white-film-at-home (this guy stores chemicals in clear plastic and uses plastic reels, don't be a retard like that guy. Also changing bags are really annoying in my opinion, I'd rather black out a bathroom instead) http://www.apug.org/forums/forum221/50712-beginners-guide-b-w-processing.html... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
1. Send the photo by January 15, 2016. 2. If you want a name in the book, send it as the subject of the email. (If you decide to change your name later, tough shit.) 3. Photos have to be at least 1800px on the longest side. 4. Well that's pretty much it.
Submit if you want, no one's making you. also no curation.
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