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As the terms in the title are mentioned often in feedback, I present a selection here, which I attribute in this direction. I also added photos that are likely to provoke resistance.
I would be happy to start a discussion, if people add pictures and elaborate on what's good or bad.

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>>2772878
02/13

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>>2772880
03/13

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>>2772883
04/13

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Hi all
I've been saving for quite some time for a decent setup, but recently I have been given access to a Canon 10D, so i can basically use it as if it was my own.
How would you guys rate the 10D for a beginner/intermediate user wanting to become more educated and experienced?

The lense i'm using mostly is 20-35mm
Mainly looking at doing landscape and shots when i'm travelling.

Thanks!

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>>2772760

You should use the gear thread, senpai.
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It can be ok in good light conditions. Shoot RAW, use maximum aperture, use gradient filter(dynamic range isn't so good at all)
I recommend to check batteries, find more than one - time isn't good thing for it.
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>>2772760
Who the hell cares how we would rate it?
You have access to it. Use it until you can afford something better.

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Gear Thread

If you have questions about a new camera, what lenses to buy and anything related to gear or wondering about getting into photography, post it in this thread.

Do not attempt to make a new thread for your new Rabal, broken glass and being new. You have been warned!

I repeat, ANYTHING GEAR RELATED goes in here!

And don't forget, be polite!

Previous thread: >>2769085

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Played around with the D5 & D500 a bit last night, quite a few things I never realized that I must've ignored in various previews. I'd honestly rather get a D500 over a D750 now.
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I have a 7d mk ii, but I want a point n shoot for when I don't want to carry the dslr. Mainly just want one with an evf and possibly 4k. Any recommendations?
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>Not using the K-1 as the thread image
Come on now anon

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Hello /p/,

I have a Nikon D3300 and also some old lenses for my Exakta (which sadly isnt working anymore). Is there a way to attach those old lenses to my DSLR?

I've found pic related:

http://www.amazon.com/Fotodiox-Pro-Adapter-Exakta-Topcon/dp/B0095OLVJG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1455755145&sr=8-1&keywords=exakta+nikon

Can i expect good results with this adapter?

One reviewer linked to his flickr-account where he used said product:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/22164090@N03/sets/72157634732856051/

Looks good to...
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it looks fine dude, there's no other way anyway
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From what I'm reading, it sounds like the results aren't very good. Not only does the (sadly necessary for infinity focus) lens element in the adapter affect contrast and sharpness, but it's also quite small and apparently means that most lenses are reduced to f/3.5 or less.

It's worth a shot, though, since it's decently cheap.
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Nikons aren't great for adapting lenses to. Get a Canon or m43 or Mirrorless.

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>>2769089
>>2769090
I love both of these! but there are little issues that you could fix- for instance, the first one is ever so slightly off center, and the shadow on the left doesnt serve much of a purpose. but the shadow from the ladder looks great!

The second one looks great, too- but theres an issue with the bottom bit being cropped off, and its off center too.

overall i love em! just little nitpicky things keeping them from bein gr8

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Took a walk with the x100s today, pick a favourite or tell me why they're shit

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I have been trying to up my processing game for a long time, and while I've been learning a lot, really dramatic high-end looks have always eluded me. I saw Photoshop® pop up here a few days ago, and reached out to him about help. We've been talking back and forth through email, and he's been educating me, and helping me to break down one of the looks I've been trying to nail for a long time.

In exchange for his help, he only asked that post our results here for everyone to learn, so here we go.

Pic Related is the sample image I provided,...
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Here are the sample images I sent him for what I was trying to achieve.

These images in particular come from Gervin, who posts here occasionally, and his work can be found here
http://gervinongervin.tumblr.com/


And here is a link to the raw of the image we were working on .
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ztmvjk8d7iaacbh/_DSF5664.dng?dl=0
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FWIW, I much prefer the left image to the right one.
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Can you please explain how to achieve the effect in the right picture? Thanks.

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Loss of sharpness in a picture is caused 80% by physical factors, and 20% by a mixture of bad aperture and ISO.

You think you need a "steady hand", but it is more complicated:

* Your muscles need training to keep stable when holding the camera in odd positions.

* The weight of the camera needs to rest correctly on the left hand. Consider using your wrist, or the sniper position.

* The fingers of the right hand need to stabilize the camera house while handling the shutter button.

* The shutter button must be pressed with as little energy transfer as possible.

* Longer lenses must be stabilized by resting correctly on the fingers, which don't have to be 100% still but should not move the lens.

* You need to skillfully rest the face against different parts of the camera while using the viewfinder to create stabilization.

Once these steps have been completed, consider using quiet shutter release to reduce internal shaking. It'll enable you to hold the mirror up until a bit after the shutter is down. My own tests show that there is a difference in the outcome compared to a regular shutter release. Of course, this does not work with "rapid fire" unless your camera has a quiet rapid fire feature. Not all do.

Be like a turtoise.

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A second topic in terms of sharpness: You really do not need to worry about slow shutter speeds. It is not necessary to match the minimum shutter speed to the focal length of your lens.

At 1/15th of a second, the shutter opens and closes so fast that you will only slightly be able to hear the opening and closing sound. It is so fast that your hands, assuming they do the stuff in the steps above, will not move fast enough to really affect the photo sharpness. This goes regardless of your lens speed.

At 1/30, the shutter moves so fast that the opening and closing...
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>>2767004
When cameras first started having rear screens and no view finders I thought it was an ifiotic idea. I can't keep my phone steady at arms length to take a photo.
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good info, OP

> mfw when I only use wlf

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How's this for an HDR?
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Pretty terrible, but then 99% of all HDR is terrible.
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To much post work? Not realistic enough?
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very odd looking.

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quick question for the techy people, does it take longer to compress a large image for example 5 gb into 2 gb or would it take longer to compress 5 gb into say 4.5 gb now it might seem an obvious answer but for a piece of coursework at uni i had to time how long it took to compress a file into different file formats. (i have exaggerated numbers here for the sake of an example) but part of my project is to take a RAW image and render it down to a lossy format such as a gif or jpeg. (pic isnt related)

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>>2773634
why that box is bleeding?
Period?
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Just time it? Use dcraw and one of the time commands powershell something like Measure-Command { .\do_something.ps1 } & unix/linux/bsd time ./do_something.sh
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Or ImageMagick

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Sup /p/. Heres your Pentax K-1 Full Frame in all its glory.

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doesnt look too bad to be honest familia

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oh shit can I get one of the top

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Hiked a few miles to take this photo, no editing whatsoever and no effects. Thoughts? Can't tell if it's worth adding to my portfolio

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It's an unexciting photo of mountains with poor composition in standard lighting with no major focal point. There is nothing that keeps me wanting to look at the photo for longer than a few seconds.
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The journey is better than the pictures. Nothing stands out or pulls me in. Beyond sharing to social media or with friends I wouldn't use it where.
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*anywhere

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So I made some, ok 2, pictures when I was bored and want to know what you guys think about them. I don't like them that much, but some friends say they are not that bad.
So tell me what you think ^-^
~M.E.Lon

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>>2773306
It's not good. Sunsets are baby's first photograph sort of thing. Composition is totally lacking. Image is very blurry, lacking in sharpness. There is no subject.
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Staighten the horizon
Crop for better composition
sharpen
and get more out of the histogram
this is some of the things you could do.

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still very blurry ...

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elo this is first post on 4chan so pls b kind
sry for english im PL
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>>2771134
Is this really your image OP? I saw it very recently on some photography subreddit, but it could very well be yours
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>>2771134
It's a very nice photo. However, the reflection in the water is a bit too saturated for me. Maybe if you can make it a bit natural, would be way better.
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>>2771134
if you really took that, make a trip and post more. Really good photo anon, a tad too vibrant at the bottom but that's okay.

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Hey /p/

I was wondering why you guys do photography. I feel like a lot of people here have different reasons to do so.

My own personal reason is that taking photos in general makes me feel good, it gets my out of my desk chair.
I used to be some random gamer weeb, but photography got me out of that. It makes me get off my lazy ass every once in a while.
Also, whenever I take a photo I really really like, I get a warm feeling on the inside.

This is my reason. Why do you enjoy/do photography?

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>>2770714
Same here, OP. Also, as a challenge, I do some fashion shoots from time to time. Planning, set design, lighting, post production and that feel when you just can't fuck up... I like it.
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Personally I enjoy it because being out in nature gives a great feeling. Instead of being a couch potato, I'm now out in nature more.
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>>2770714
To document the things I do and the places I go.

When I get some beautiful photos alomg the way, all the better

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