A photo that was edited in raw then converted to jpeg got sent to me and after examining it, there was still minor issues to be edited. (A blemish on the arm, make the eyes brighter etc etc) so I went ahead and opened it up in Photoshop, did the small edits, and save the photo. Did I just destroy any resolution?
Hi guys, I have a couple questions. Snapshit related.
ICE stitching vs photoshop, which do you guys prefer?
In photoshop, can you focus stack when handholding for macro. (realign images similar to deep sky) I read about someone who prefers this method recently, but it was one of those trashy cuntspam blogs with low quality writing.
Konica AR lenses, do they still hold up today? I've seen the IQ on the 40mm f1.8 for example, and it's fantastic to me, but I'm a skilless noobie. I don't want an awful quality of life from manual focus, but I still have like 20k shots before I'll be decent.
Does anyone have a good recommendation for learning a shitload about composition, and not just a basic understanding?
Looking for feedback on the sets, image order, etc. It's super basic HTML that I did myself but I think it gets the job done. I also have two new sets in the works but feel like I shouldn't post any photos from them until the set is complete.
The built section is for my design work that I'm still organizing and needing to do some supplementary drawings for.
>>2741820 subject could be better isolated, right now the surroundings don't help it. just an out of focus door way and... something in the foreground.
not getting much out of it, just an unfocused something and then there's rainbow bokeh balls.
maybe you could adjust the lighting to light up the shape of the tree with the rainbow lights, like if the only light was the rainbow lights and you got the reflections on the leaves really pronounced in the photo.
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I use lightroom for work, and it's pretty ok since it fits well in my workflow. But when I have to download a shitload of pictures from Christmas, Birthdays and travelling... its hell.
Specially phone pictures.
What's the best way to manage iPhone photos? It's a just tier system to be honest. Not only does it create random internal folders that are a mess when you open them with windows explorer, but in the phone itself, albums, collections and the like are shit tier, actually duplicating photos to store them in different albums instead of moving them.
Anyhow, everytime I want to backup my photos, I end up with a complete copy of my phone since I can't just copy whats new.
What are some of the things that make you lose all respect for a fellow photographer?
>doesn't own Lightroom or comparable PP software, only shoots JPEG >mentions that a photo has "creamy, smooth bokeh" unironically >the only kind of photography they ever do is street photography >uses the "green box"/full auto mode setting on their DSLRs >takes more pictures on their cellphone than on their real camera
>>2740290 >doesn't own Lightroom or comparable PP software, only shoots JPEG Life is too short to shoot raw mate, jpeg is good enough got your snapshits >mentions that a photo has "creamy, smooth bokeh" unironically sorry you can't afford anything faster than 1.8 >the only kind of photography they ever do is street photography streets where its at brah >uses the "green box"/full... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
All these photos and not a single portrait photo? Why /p/? Is it because you can't ask that qt3.14 out on a photoshoot? /p/ is already full of snapshots of landscapes, street, abandoned, street, creepy, street, pets, street, street everywhere.
The only portraits you do are candid street portraits.
I've been recording videos of myself playing guitar recently and my camera is set to record in 1080p, but when i'm transferring them to my computer and previewing them they're only in 360p. Using a Nikon Coolpix L830, I know crappy camera but I'm still a beginner. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing it wrong.
pretty gimicky desu. i mean in a picture like that i cant see any benefit of the gimmick. ive seen some landscapes where you dont know if youre looking at a positive or negative, night or day, thats a kinda cool use of this.
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