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Why have camera producers stopped creating colour cameras?

Remember the end of the film era - Champagne finish Canon, pentax, Nikon, mf Fuji or grey Minolta. Yes, the quality was low, but back then most of the cams were plastic. Nowadays we have all those alloy bodies which in theory could be easily painted in any colour you like. Yes, pentax does it now, but you probably would get tired of their Lego colors too fast.

Why can't we get a higher class dslr in color? Or even mirrorless if we think of sony. I'm talking of something of at least 6d/5d level.
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I'll post some more pics related to the topic
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I wish sony would make a golden a7

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How do you achieve this look?

He is Takashi Yasui
https://500px.com/_tuck4 take a look to understand what I'm asking
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>>2755877
Most important step - Gorgeous soft light and a low contrast simple-color scene
Then, add lots of contrast in post
Then, raise the black point a bit.
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>>2755877

1) Go to Japan.
2) Live in Japan.
3) Shoot full frame.
4) Apply VSCO generously.
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>>2755881
lol
Really is it just a bunch of presets?
How can I do it "manually"

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old one almost 3hunna / #keepitonefifty / limit reached >>>>2755096

Fuck being polite - post images.
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Mom's getting old.
Feels bad man.

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feedback, one of my first edited pics

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Still learning to use my camera. Help.

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I'm curious about what it is you gain in your artistry (if not artistry and/or taste itself, in case you didn't have it from the beginning) by attending a (prestigious) photography school. What do they teach you that you can't teach yourself? Is it the atmosphere and the environment that develops your creativity and artistry? Is it the fact that you're granted a lot of resources to do whatever you want, because you're a photography student on paper? I really want to know, since you can read about composition yourself, you can get mileage yourself, but there always seems that there is this little piece of something that is unattainable as "self--taught".

I am limited by time, space and money. Sometimes it's extremely frustrating because I try my best to develop myself outside of these constrictions, regardless of the fact that I'll not be able to learn or do some things for a good while yet.

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>>2757148
You get to learn directly from talented professionals. If you don't have 'it' this doesn't mean shit, you'll still be a crap photographer. If you do, it'll just progress you farther and wider.

Most famous art photographers are self taught or worked in the industry (assistant, second etc). Photography schools are a new thing, relatively speaking.

If you're a talented artist, you don't need school to make you good, but it can help you on your way to being great.
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>>2757148

sometimes seeing some faggot one up yourself in a week term project is very good for forcing you into creativity and into finally get better. good motivation. competition does nice things to people.

i havent ever attended photo school, but ive been selected to participate in workshops with artists and art curators and its a comforting thing to beat up artists in their own field with your self taught abilities.
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>>2757149
>>2757153

Thank you, solid replies. I sometimes pretend I have a deadline and need to be better than this or this person I've discovered. I can totally see why it works wonders. I'm alone with photographing among people I know and in my town (I live in Sweden). In october I entered a small local competition but got nothing, some 14-year-old took a generic picture of a labrador and won a set of studio equipment worth ~500$. Photography for me has always...
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As mentioned I just got my first camera an EOS Rebel T5 Canon with a 18-55mm lens.

Obviously as a beginner I know jack shit about cameras and the magic they can really do.

All in all how good is this camera for a beginner and which other options could I have looked in to? Oh yeah, I got it for $400.oo
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>>2758297
It's very good for an absolute beginner.
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>>2758297

itll do far more than what youll ever be able to ask it to do. its very capable. dont spiral into some stupid buyers remorse, because it aint do you any good.

start taking pictures already.
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I'll post some I recently took on a hike! And please review! I'd like to take this seriously as a hobby.

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Ctrl+f'd for cinema/cinematography, found nothing so I gotta open a thread:

I've just seen Hateful Eight in 70mm, the full 187 minutes, and I was BTFO'd by the photography. Go fucking see it. That's all.

People who've seen it in 70, were you blown away too or I'm just easily impressed? I absolutely loved the format, I almost cried like a little girl.

And yeah, the movie was pure, unadulterated Tarantino, and I loved every second of it, but that's for another board.
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Also
>all screenshots floating on the web are either obscene dogshit quality or high res but cropped so they're nearly square

travesty

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>>2757494

did they had that kind of yellow and that kind of rubbery texture back then?
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it was cool, my neck hurt after the movie though

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Can anyone objectively define composition, and more importantly, good composition?

Subjective evaluations and opinions hold no meaning or merit.
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>>2756877
The arrangement of items and form in the scene.

Good composition balances the scene's visual weight, as well as uses light, color, texture, form, and lines to guide the viewer around the image.
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>>2756882
>visual weight
but what does this mean
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>>2756885
In your OP image, for instance, the hair, jacket collar, and mouth-area are all "visually heavy". They anchor the image, and draw your eye. The hair is heavy top and right, so having the mouth left, and the collar bottom right help to balance it. This image is doing well in terms of balancing the visual weight.

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i'd rather take /p/'s abuse than do my homework, so i'm posting a thread for once

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>>2756161
semester just started and you already slacking

get yo ass in that school book
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The case for the Ricoh Theta.
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1171904-REG/ricoh_910717_theta_hardcase_th_1.html
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Oh, that's getting inserted.
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It's even water resistant.
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>>2755618
"Enjoy a new world of images you have never experienced before."

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went for a walk today, took some photos
all critique very welcome, I realize I'm still a noob, but I'm trying

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Why did nobody ever tell me that I can do this with my wide angle lens? This is a thread for wide angle macro photography, or using a wide angle lens to take close up photos of objects.

Does anyone here take a lot of wide angle close up photography? What can you tell me about your experience doing this? Any tips for choosing or orienting a good subject? Do you use a shallower depth of field, deeper depth of field? Post your best wide angle macro photos.

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>>2754989
Here's a shit pic I took with a friend's fish eye a while back. I never edited it but I did a quick 30 second edit.

It's pretty crazy how close some wide angles can focus. I remember this 8mm lens could focus all the way up to something touching the lens, and then a bit more.

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>>2754989
This is really popular actually, it's called porn
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My 8mm can focus on things touching the elements, was messing around on my bed with it and at f/22, and the blanket touching the lens was in acceptable focus. No pics on my harddrive of it unfortunately.

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What happened to that faggot who was talking about a photobook?

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>>2753603
>>2739716
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>>2753604
what happened to the /p/ book? I've been gone a few days
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>>2753609

This is what Im talking about, faggot collected a bunch of pictures and vanished.

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Let me hear what will make this (and any other pics annons wish to post here) a better photo. What do you like and what do you not?
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Make it level, fix your black-point, make it sharper.
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>>2752578

i fucking love that image. its perfect. i live in a shitty city that blows horse cocks. id kill to be there in that morning mist in a comfy cabin.
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>>2752578
Also, no subject.

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Is this the only reason uncle terry is famous?
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>>2750333
Nice trips. I've rarely see him outside of these walls.
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>>2750338
He takes photos with some of the most famous celebrities, he must be known to other people too
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>>2750333
>father, famous fashion photographer
>Is this the only reason uncle terry is famous
/thread

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What is the correct aspect ratio for photography?
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>>2757191

8x10 is the patrice ratio. runner up are 6x7 and 1:1. everything else is pleb as fuck.
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>>2757194
>aspect ratios not even close to the aspect ratio of the human eye
for what purpose
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>>2757191
""""""correct""""""

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