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These are some pictures I have taken of Byron Bay.
Any tips ?
These are my first of this style

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Second one

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>>2748687
>Any tips ?
Yeah, first off read the sticky and resize your shit.

Secondly if you're only going to post two pictures then don't create your own thread, post in the Recent Photo Thread next time.

As for the actual photos, it seems like you got the trails down but you really need to work on composition/subject choice. A good Astrophotograph needs a balance of interesting sky and an interesting subject. Both of these are boring as shit in terms of subject.

I...
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I apologize for my posting wrong, I have read the sticky now.
Thanks for the tips, will try it out

Dose Anyone Know Any good Abandon WearHouses Tunnels In NYC ? For PhotoGraphs ? and would anyone like to join me ?

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>>2748404
I hope you get shot. The way you capitalise is fucking abhorrent.
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real explorer here.
not really explored any warehouses in particular but I have been in tunnels quite a lot now

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What is the best small, compact camera for traveling? Budget is around ~$1,500. I want something that you actually want to take with you and shoot pictures with. My DSLR feels too big.

Is it pic related? I'm afraid I'll be limited by the fixed lens but I mainly plan on street photos with the rare scenery/landscape photo
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>>2748272
Original A7 / A7r with a 35mm? Or is that too big?

Fuji X Pro 1 or 2, or X100t if you wanted to go smaller. Fuji cameras feel great to take photos with, especially the X Pro, very tactile and familiar especially if you're accustom to older cameras.

Obligatory Ricoh GR (it really is a good camera though, replaces my DSLR most days)
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>>2748272

pentacon six.
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ahem

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hey /p/ would this lens be good for night sky photography?
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There's a gear thread for this.
It's a very nice lens and it's certainly fast enough. It might be longer than you want, though, especially if you're using a crop sensor, which you most likely are.
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Lousy. Comas out the ass.
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>>2748176
I got some pretty ok shots on a kit Canon 550D 18-55mm lens at F3.5
Lack of tripod messed it up, but the steady ones showed some good star exposure... you should be ok I think

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salutations, /p/

i was hoping for some advice. my photographer father is retiring and has asked me to help him sell some items. including cameras, lenses, and bags etc. would anyone recommend anything besides ebay? he has a Mamiya RB67 and Pentax 645 just to name a couple of the more valuable items. thanks for any help!

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APUG.org
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thanks
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Any other recommendations?

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Hey nerds!
Found this in an old ladys house.
Worth saving?

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That's clean OP, run some film through it and show us how it looks. I'd save it if I were you.

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What are your favorite film rangefinders? I've never shot with one before but I'm thinking about picking one up. I found a good deal on a leica m3 but it's still super expensive. I've heard that they have the best viewfinders but I could also save some money and get a Canon P or Canon 7 for a fraction of the price. What do you think?

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>>2733662
honestly, if you're planning on shooting with only a 50mm, you can't get a better option than the konica iiia

-great lens, based on the zeiss planar
-outstanding build quality
-very compact, more so than any interchangeable lens rangefinder
-1x magnification viewfinder, very bright, meaning focusing is a breeze, and you don't even have to close the other eye
-dirt cheap compared to other high end rangefinders because hipsters haven't learned about it yet (I got mine in near mint...
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Someone else was going to say it comrade.
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>>2733662
I shoot an M3 and a couple screw mount Leicas, the M3 is a tank and lovely to use. That said I enjoy my IIIf for its compact size.

Leica for a film rangefinder, in my opinion is always your best choice because of it's resale value. You will always get your money back when it comes time to sell and sometimes make a little. Prices though range from stupidly expensive to relatively cheap, the same goes for repairs and you will need repairs.

The best viewfinder I have ever seen on a rangefinder was on a Zeiss Ikon. Lovely camera but feels a little cheap to me for the price.

of the cameras I have owned or shot
-Minolta CLE (also Leica CL) - cheap entry into the M mount system
-Leica IIc and IIIf (screw mount variants) - fun compact, can be frustrating having a separate viewfinder and rangefinder
-Leica M3 - beautiful camera that can be expensive or cheap, repairs can be expensive. .91 rangefinder only has lines for 50,90,135
-Leica M6 - had one for a month or so, .72 finder was nice and versatile but it didn't offer anything my m3 didn't.
-Hasselblad x-pan - really neat camera, the panoramic view is great and everything looks like magic with it. I cant justify the price though.
-Zeiss Ikon - best finder - best meter - feels like a Nikon FE

Honorable mention
Rollei 35 - not a rangefinder but interesting little camera. easily pocketable with a great lens (I had the Tessar)

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>>2707493
fun to shoot with sometimes, film that isn't made anymore (only made by impossible project) is way too expensive. Find one that uses Fujifilm FP-100C and it's not too bad
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Polaroid Cameras!
They are fun and worth it if you do your research.
I stick with B&W 2.0 from the impossible project. Their color film is not quite perfected but they upgraded thier color stocks.
Best results with proper lighting. I wouldn't waste your film indoors.
If you want something super reliable and cheaper gow ith FUJIFILM INSTAX WIDE. Also, lomogrpahy has their version coming out soon
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Also, don't waste your film at night.
Make sure to clean your rollers or else they will distort your shots.After loading film, don't bother taking cartridge out. Your polaroid will auto eject(and waste your film).

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How would you crop a picture like this? The shoulder of the guy in red in the left is a bit annoying and if I cut it the image looks strange, at least for me. Any advice? Thanks

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>>2748710

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Image is from the Canon ST-E3-RT manual: what sort of situation would actually warrant such a setup?

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>>2748403
know the matrix effect? freeze in the air? there you go ..
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>>2748804
or of course picture-based 3d modelling. or stupid 360° turning product pictures. or panorama shots (turn the cams ofc). or simple picture stitching (arrange frontal).

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>be me
>chillin in class back in teenage years
>this guy was super fat and friendzonered by girls
>we used to talked about photography but I never believed in myself
>he picks up a camera
>starts taking pictures
>takes a photography class then says fuck it because the teacher was stupid
>self taught
>becomes all fashionable
>gets cool friends
>all girls want to be his friend
>starts hanging out with coked it LA crowd
>becomes tumblr famous
>becomes insta famous
>literally traveling to Milan, New York, California, Europe and everywhere taking pictures of good looking guys

I can't believe this guy made it. Good for him. But how the hell does he make money?

https://www.instagram.com/bryant/

Pic related

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because he was out taking pictures and marketing himself and you're on an albanian shadow puppet appreciation network
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>>2747411
I don't know what that's supposed to mean

But how exactly does someone get so big? There are millions of photographers how can you make something like this an actual career.
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jelly

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Hey anon, remember when this board was COOL AS FUCK? Yeah, pic very related.

Also, post rare Alphons.
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>>2735201
does he use a tilt-shift lens?
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>>2735216
No, he did use a 24-70L and a 70-200L.. as far as I can remember.
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>>2735201
>remember when this board was COOL AS FUCK
never?

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Hey lens nerds how hard is it to remove the click from a f-ring?

after playing with my meme 35cctv lens i love not having dedicated f stops

my thoughts
>remove mount
>remove ball or whatever causes click
>add grease from my AK to keep ring from 'spinning'
(should never wear down, shits still gunked in my AK from 500+ rounds)
>I now have another cinema lense

i've got a bunch of f1.7 and f2 "vintage"...
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>>2748692
bentax m is the easiest to do.
olympus, canun, konica are over engineered mess.
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>>2748701
what about old minolta?
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>>2748706
ive done it with an old md lens, wasnt that hard

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Hi
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These are all infrared btw. Prepare for occasional white.
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>>2747497
isi I'm usually a fan of your stuff, but this is just awful
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Vignette tbqh familique

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our good friend (and fellow tripfag), Catsby, recently unveiled a box with several photo zines that happen to be scan able. Here is the first of those: GIRLZINE 2

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