I have a reasonable budget to choose cameras for my college's new studio. The studio will be used for talking-head interviews, and smalltime broadcast style news done by students. This will include green screen work.
what's a good broadcast camera i can get around $5,000? I'm interested in the Sony pxw-x180, but after using the HXR-NX5 for the last couple of years, 3X 1/3" sensors just don't seem good enough. Maybe they have improved since then though?
The "cinema" cameras... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So I just bought an a7s to shoot videos, I always used my cheap t2i and good prime lenses, never felt the need of a better camera for videos until the last year, had the money and decided to do the next step. I'm a noob with this new stuff so pls don't kill me.
I was fucking around with picture profiles to see how they looked and pp4 seems to behave in a different way than the others. Even with the smallest amount of overexposure, colors become really weird. They kinda shift to a brighter/washed out version, some just become white but others seem to stay there... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Ok I just checked the actual files on my computer monitor and they don't look "weird", it seems like the monitor/viewfinder of the camera made them look a lot more saturated/vivid. It happens when I select "ITU709". I don't know what the fuck i'm doing, yeah
>>2762040 Learn to do your color grading in post first.
Plus simply do not use the profiles that don't work for you, if you don't need to.
> is my a7s having some problems How would we know, we can't even see samples. But rather than making us do the work, how about you compare your stuff yourself to gazillions of pieces of published materials from other A7S & find out.
>>2761088 >Do I have to be not proud of my work because I followed an entire tutorial to make it ? of course not >Is it a good thing to do as a beginner ? yes >Is it consider to have no creativity ? no. You're still learning
its natural to follow tutorials and even imitate other photographers when you're starting. don't worry about it senpai.
Hey, /p/. I'm very new to photography, and if I ask anybody to critique what I've gotten so far, they just say "Yeah, that looks real good" because either they just want to be nice or they really don't know, so I have no idea if I'm total shit or actually decent. I'm gonna post a few of my more favorite shots so far, and any criticism or feedback would be much appreciated. Be as brutal as you want, I'm really trying to learn here. If anybody else new wants to see if their work is decent, I guess this would be a good place.
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.
Anyone reckon it would be worth using the built-in digital camera unit on some of the petrographic microscopes I use in the lab to get nicer pictures of rock thin sections? Not entirely sure how good the camera actually is, but it's good enough to project an image on a board and still look decent. Would anyone find that interesting enough to warrant me bothering to post it? Maybe I'm just being overly enthusiastic, but what you can see with microscopy is fascinating to me
Pic related is snapshit taken today looking down the eyepiece with the crosshair to give an idea of what you usually see of a rock thin section (this section specifically is shap granite under crossed polars with biotite intergrown into chlorite, titanite and significantly altered pagioclase visible)
I'm a beginner photographer and I've been going out and taking pictures of things to get a sense for the controls of my camera. I've also been getting a grasp on the exposure triangle and messing around to see what happens when I set the camera in different ways.
The issue is that I've just gone out and taken pictures of... whatever. Sometimes I'm just out in my backyard at different times of day to see how light affects my exposure. So I'm getting the technical aspect down, but it's everything else that I'm lacking.
I know that it's a good idea to go somewhere with purpose and to have an idea of what you want to photograph ahead of time. This is a dumb question but, what's a good 'assignment' for a beginner photographer? What should I be concentrating on as my subjects? I don't think I have a complete grasp on everything to the point where I'd feel comfortable shooting street photography, but I think I need something more concrete than "just go out and take pictures".
What are some of the things you started off taking pictures of?
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.
Hey /p/ I don't often post here but here goes, I make short films and need to make one over the weekend, i have all the equiptment but theres one problem. i need a steadicam/glidecam/camera stabilizer. anyone live in Leeds, UK that would be willing to help out? i know its alot to ask but ill only need it for a few hours, plus it would be cool to meet some of you guys!
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