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GUYS, need pro help. Who the hell is the artist belonging to this picture? Was taken in Shanghai at M50 gallery spot but can't remember..

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http://beijingenebullicion.blogspot.com/
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Did a reverse image search aswell :'( but the Spanish site only talks about Beijing and not the pic. No response there either...
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OP here again, more pics from same artist

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What does /p/ think of this tool? Any experience?
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Looks completely unsuitable for DSLR / MILC scanning, and pretty much any dedicated film scanner or flatbed worth using has its own tray.
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I bought one because my university's scanners didn't have masks. It's a bit fiddley to use, but it works.
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>>2764354
I've heard great things about the 120 version of this and I plan to get one for dslr scanning. But for 35mm, this:
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/907200-REG/pacific_image_649899001691_film_holder_for_pf7200u_pf7200_pf120.html

It works perfectly. Unless you are a hipster faggot that wants sprocket holes.

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came across this image and thought it might make for a decent editing/discussion thread on trying to that perfect realistic skin look like in magazines. will post my results when i'm finished. what do you guys do to keep it real looking?

raw file:: http://www.mediafire.com/download/8w96gkvha60ac3e/975A4916.CR2
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>>2761846
frequency separation on a high quality image, mostly. Accurate colors through a color checker can be very beneficial too.
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>>2761846
What's a good place to learn photoshop?
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>>2761929
phlearn on youtube. they discuss the frequency separation technique too

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Please give me some feedbacks and rate it of 10 I want to know how good it is bc I rarely get feedback. Ty

picture related
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>>2767225
It's boring.

And shit.

2/10
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okay but I mean like why that's not feedback, that's a statement. ..
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it's simple, good composition , but overall its a little boring, very cliche, not much else is going on.

Hey Ineed help finding out what the license plate is since this guy is trying to charge me $400 or else he is going to tow my car.
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>>2767324
haha i love the things that prompt people to come to 4chan /p/
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>>2767324
ENHANCE
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>>2767324
looks like E31 G3T or E31 FST or something

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What should I do to improve the quality and such. Not sure what the setting are on but sure some of you guys and tell lol

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Not sure what your focus point was, the car?
Why did you pick the aperture setting you did?
The light just peaking out from the guy's face is annoying. You should have moved to the left so it was hidden behind his face. ISO is super high, so there's a lot of noise.

Compositionally, nothing is going on.
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i see the light never noticed it and it is pissing me off. The focus point was suppose to be him looking over the cars. I am really not certain how to use the camera i have
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>>2762483

>step 1: take pictures during the daytime or at least somewhere where there is actual light, so you don't have to use iso 6400

this photo is unforgivably bad. you need to do some actual research before coming here for critiques. Go read a book or watch some tutorial videos.

How can I get this type of photo filter.. Something that looks aged / 70-90s type of photo...
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Another example
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>doesn't simply as the account owner what filters he/she used
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>>2764201
>>2764202
>Dem thick thighs
>Dat slightly overspilling gut
>Dat navel piercing
>Dat thigh gap

Why isn't she mine brahs

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Where the fuck is iggy? Im getting tired of this shit, its the only thing i come on this board for and hes moving like molasses

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>>2767040
How much are you paying him for his effort? What was his stated deadline?
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>>2767047
I'm not paying for anything, but he got everyone excited and then disappeared, it sucks. i love the /p/ book, thats why i'm only here at the very end and beginning of every year (and that this board just sucks)
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>>2767040
At least the voting guy laid out a timeline.

Guys, I just realized something that's really basic but apparently not widely known outside of cinematographers.

35mm movie cameras shoot vertically, so they're really shooting what we'd call half-frame for still photos. Basically the size of APS-C.

FOOL FRAME BTFO

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Just because you just figured this out doesn't mean it's not common knowledge.
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>>2766592
This is fairly well known...
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>>2766592

>he doesn't know what anamorphic cinematography is

Fucking saged.

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In honor of daido moriyamas birthday lets get a film point and shoot thread going

Pic related, shot I took using a cheap lolympus zoom p&s

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Shameful self bump, shot I took on my coolympus xa

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Be a photographer and deal with fat chicks wanting to look like skinny supermodels or be a model and pose for creepy dudes. What do?

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>>2753530
Get yourself a tripod and be both
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Alamby?
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>>2753533
No I'm not a NEET.

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I just picked up a 23cii for home use and there's no darkroom thread on the first few pages, so time for a new one.

I want to print both 35mm and 6x7 negs. Currently I have a Schneider Companon 50/4 in my enlarger. What enlarging lenses do you guys suggest? I was actually eyeing some fujinon lenses.

Secondly, I'm missing a grain focuser. Do I skimp on this or splurge on the high quality omega "critical focus" ones?

Feel free to post pics of your set up, prints you've made, and questions about general darkroom use.

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50mm is only good for 35mm, you'll need an 80mm for medium format. stick with nikon or schneider lenses unless you're broke or can afford leica, even second hand lenses are great.

grain focusers are mostly useful if you're making large prints, for smaller (<8x10), focusing without one will still yield sharp enough prints. it's a very basic mechanism so no need to get an expensive model.

I'll post results / more advice later, cba'd atm.
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>>2750724
I've looked at lots of different forums and a lot of people argue about whether an 80mm lens can cover 6x7, some people say a 90mm or 105. I'm going to be printing mostly 5x7, and maybe print 8x10 or 11x14 when I want something nice. The Fujinon 80mm EX, which is a 6 element, is going for like 80, while the el nikkor version is about 100. Haven't looked for longer lenses yet.
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>>2750737
I used an El Nikkor 75mm with 6x7 negatives. It'll be fine.

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Hey folks,

I recently bought a low end laptop for word processing and scheduling films (I'm an assistant director).

At the same time I'm learning phtography. It just dawned on me that I could use this laptop for some minor photo editing. Nothing too advanced just the basics.

I was wondering if someone here could suggest to me a simple / cheap / low end (performance wise) piece of editing software?
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>>2766974
photoshop and lightroom is only $10 a month
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>>2766975
wow thats actually great, photoshop doesnt suck system requirements?
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>>2766980
Some, but nothing dramatic. It will depend more on the size of the files you're editing, and how dramatic the edits are. If you have 40 layers with smart objects and Surface Blur, yeah, you'll kill it, but for some really low level exposure adjustment stuff, you'll be fine.

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What does /p/ think?

What makes a great photo of the streets? Where the full frame is the subject. How do you make it great?

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well not blowing the sky nuclear would be a good start
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>>2766895
Its not my picture though. I'm just looking for general guidelines
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>>2766894
>>2766896

>If you can smell the street by looking at the photo, it’s a street photograph.- Bruce Gilden

What that means senpai, get fucken close to interesting subjects.
>Street stalls selling shit?
That's a picture.
>old Lady falling over?
That would also be a picture.
>Some dick head flopping it out to fap?
That...
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Here's some pics I took from a road trip I did.

We'll start in Cali. These were taken in the hills around San Jose. #3 of these is my favorite pic of the whole set (the other two are unedited). Makes me want to get a wide angle lens and get into landscapes...

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>>2766591
I really like this last one, anon. Foreground could be a little brighter though, imo.

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