I need help /p/ I my house got robbed recently and all I got were these shitty videos from the neighbors camera. Is there a way to get a cheaper image or maybe some sci Fi csi shit to zoom in and get a license plate?
I have an e-510 and for some reason the picture always comes out with more room on the right and bottom side than the viewfinder shows. It's not too big of a deal because it gives me a little extra space that I can crop out of if necessary, but it's just a bit strange.
Optical viewfinders sometimes don't cover the entire frame that the sensor sees. That camera has a 95% coverage viewfinder, so about 5% of your photo isn't visible in the finder. I guess it's also not perfectly centered which is why you get extra on just the right and bottom instead of a little extra all the way around.
I've started trying film fotography a few weeks ago, and this is one from my first color roll. It was a Kodak Gold 200, shot with a Nikon F60. Can someone explain to me what those stripes are? I'm not sure if the problem was in the shooting or if it was the lab.
Anyway, i'm not a pro, i just take photos as a hobby, so don't judge too harshly please
>>2759912 >digitalizar >fotography >kodak gold 200 you BR senpai? I suggest quitting film unless you're loaded it's a niche market in a severely under-demanding market that means no fair price on new products i.e. film and paraphernalia, due to no production and little to no importation also no maintenance on equipment since they're getting discontinued and not being replaced due to no demand whatsoever,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2759724 I'm pretty excited about the better EVF, that was the main thing holding me off. And if the AF is even marginally better, that'll be a big win as well. Shame it's so similar to the a6k tho. >sony probably didn't want to cannibalize their a7 by making the apsc really good. and they also didn't want to waste a fuckton of R&D money when they can just camp on the A6000 specs because there's still nothing that can directly compete with it. Plus it's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2759598 >Can a shift lens on a FX DSLR achieve the look of medium or large format photography? gear thread >Is it worth buying and using as a staple lens? gear thread >What shift lenses are good for a Nikon D700? gear thread
>>2759598 >Can a shift lens on a FX DSLR achieve the look of medium or large format photography? no >Is it worth buying and using as a staple lens? do you do a lot of architecture and landscape? If so maybe. >What shift lenses are good for a Nikon D700? the one that suits your needs the best. You haven't said what they are or shown any of your shots so I cant guess.
Hello Everybody Rephrasing Star Wars "Help me /p/ you're my only hope." I dont know what to do anymore, I'm trying to make the flash lamp work with my Nikon D7100 with this little infrared sensor. However only the red light flashes on the camera sensor and the sensor connected to the lamp.
- I've checked if the sensor is "ON" at camera menu. - The infrared works because the sensors diods flash red when i take a shot on both the camera sensor and the one connect to lamp. - The lamp is ok because it flashes automatically when i take the sensor off and just take a shot with camera flash / press the test button on the lamp. - I can't check if it works by cable connection - no port for it in D7100.
I'm new to the settings at the camera so the problem might be there.
If there is anyone who could give me any Tips on setting this up it would be awesome.
Thank you in advance and sorry for my english (sadly not my first language)
Anyone washes their own Vision film for shots? Before or after? ...Ive used some pre washed V3 (water+baking soda), looked like shit. Then shot V3 washed post-shot, and it looked decent when scanned, but still too yellow greenish, too lomoish.
Any other method besides water+baking soda wash for the remjet?
Pic is from somewhere else. Cinestill 800 i think.
>>2759453 from http://filmphotographyproject.com/store/135-cinema-film-fpp-kodak-vision-250d-1-roll
>1. When pouring your chemistry back into your containers, please use a coffee filter in your funnel to capture any "rem jet" waste. This will keep your chemistry clean for re-use!
>2. After your Blix, rinse your film in a half bucket of hot water (80 - 102 degrees F) with a few table spoons of Baking Soda. With your thumb, gently rub the non-emulsion side of your film as you remove it from your film reel. Careful not to scratch the emulsion of your film. Final rinse under running water before submerging your film into the two-minute Stabilizer. You will see the black rem jet in your water as you rinse.
that or just shoot cinestill, not that much more expensive. or just be a normal person and shoot ektar or portra, they use vision 3 technology so don't vary much apart from color balance/speed
>>2759453 I use Cinestill 50D. It's currently my favorite general-purpose color neg film, but the slow speed is a bitch when I'm not outside. I wish they spooled 250D into canisters too, I would buy that in a heartbeat. 800T has horrible, ugly grain that I can't get into.
I would never even consider removing the rem-jet layer myself.
OP, have you ever shot any Vision 2383? It's really slow but it doesn't have a remjet layer. Seems like it would be interesting.
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