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Hello friends, i have a question for those who used this lens, is it worth 364 eurobucks? I'm not afraid to use full manual and to be frank this is going to be my first prime lens i'll buy, or should i get the 50mm 1.4 from cannon?

Also newbie question general i guess.
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>>2736712
Just shut the fuck up.
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>>2736715
meet me somwhere motherfucker.
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>>2736712
I'm sure it will be an okay lens. I've used the 14mm and it was alright, definitely soft in the corners. If you're willing to spend more, go with the sigma 50mm, it's better than the canon 1.4. And I'm not talking about the sigma art series lens, just the regula 50 1.4 that costs around 400 USD

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Been searching and can find them anywhere. Can someone help me? Thanks
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>>2737675
>>2735793


What's wrong with VSCO?
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would also like these presets pls
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>>2737708
is it available in hald clut?

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Here you go, gearqueers. It's out.
http://www.fujirumors.com/leaked-first-official-images-of-the-fujifilm-x-pro2-see-it-with-xf35mmf2-attached/

That square LED light is all I've ever dreamed of.
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>never ever gonna get full frame

no thanks
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>>2731214
Medium Format's coming, dag.
FF is just a useless midpoint between APS-C and MF

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I want pictures of spooky abandoned scenes. Ie hopitals, prisons and other urban decay.

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>>2729875
So what's stopping you from going out and taking them.
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>>2729885
He's afraid of getting dicked by some hobos, probably.
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I'd love to but sadly in rural England we don't have many adandoned prisons just waiting to be pictured. I once found an abandoned factory in a forest when I was yonger

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Do crop lenses give the same field of view to APS-C lenses that say, a full frame lens of the same focal length would provide?

I know a full frame 50mm lens on a crop factor sensor of 1.5 would provide a 75mm equivalent view.

However, would a crop lens of 50mm provide a field of view to a 1.5 crop sensor a 50mm field of view?

Sorry if that doesn't make much sense
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>>2738562
A lens's focal length is its focal length.

A smaller sensor with a certain lens will see less than a full frame sensor will.

To get the same field of view that one lens and sensor and lens will give on a full-frame sensor on a crop sensor, you will need a wider lens.

The same principle works in reverse for sensors larger than 35mm full-frame format.
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>>2738562
>Do crop lenses give the same field of view to APS-C lenses that say, a full frame lens of the same focal length would provide?

Yes.

>However, would a crop lens of 50mm provide a field of view to a 1.5 crop sensor a 50mm field of view?

No.

The Crop / FF lens distinction ONLY relates to how large of an image circle will project. A Crop and FF lens of 50mm will give the same FoV on any camera, it's just that you'll likely...
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>>2738562
If you use a 50mm crop lens on a crop body, it will give you the same field of view as if you used a 50mm full-frame lens on your crop body.

That field of view is equivalent of using a 75mm full-frame lens on a full-frame body.

You're essentially asking if your crop lenses' focal lengths are already corrected for the crop factor. They aren't.

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Hey /p/ whats your favourite photo what you have saved/taken and why.

>its not one of mine that ive taken but i love this photo, not sure why but its so calming to look at, its one of those thinking pictures for me.

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>>2737881
I like this photo very much. Was shot in the right moment. Good exposured. Was surely shot on film. Great colors. Much impressed. .. but maybe one should have done a little more post-processing.
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>>2737881
where is this taken OP
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>>2737900
London

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Everything about night sky photography.

Milky way, planets, nebulae, galaxies, comets, questions about gear / telescopes / filters. Post your stuff!

>M31 andromeda galaxy, 200/1000mm reflector, Canon 6D

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M33 (triangulum) galaxy.

same scope and camera as above

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Veil nebula in Cygnus constellation.

200/1000mm reflector telescope, Canon 1100D, astronomik cls filter

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horsehead nebula / IC434 from last winter

the flame nebula bottom left is supposed to be more yellow. I had trouble with the colors after my stacking process

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Hello /pee/
What do you think of this picture I took?
Is it good?

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>>2738195
iphone 6s?
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Why did you paint on it?
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>>2738195
Excellent. Great positioning of the subject, utilizing the entire frame and wasting no space. You were able to have an accurate representation of colors, and a very accurate white balance. I especially like how you can see this is the Atlantis spaceship, it give the entire image historical context and importance, very nice. The compression that you chose is very interesting too, I'm sure it was on purpose. The sky that day, being completely void of clouds, is now made more interesting by a nice rhythmic banding...
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ITT, how do you convert your B&W, /p/? Should I just use the default B&W adjustment layer in PS or auto B&W configuration in Lightroom?

Nuke it with contrast/clarity/HDR/luminosity masks?

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ain't no one size fits all

try them all and you learn what each looks like and you learn what you want to use
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>>2737690
I normally click through the shitty VSCO Tri-X presets
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>>2737690
>digital b&w

LMAOOOOOOOOOOOO

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Hey /p/ I'm planning in buying my first camera from Amazon within the next few weeks.
Where are good spots in Southern California to shoot and learn?
Pick related fujifilm xt10

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>>2737659
sony a7r ii
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Southern California has a million interesting places you dummy. San Diego balboa park is always packed with photo noobs. There are also the cliffs, the beach and hiking trails
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>>2737702
Kek thanks I'm sort of a person that doesn't get out much

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>shoot film /p/ said, it will be fun /p/ said

Yeah shooting film is indeed fun but maaan, it is no way cheaper than shooting digital.

Someone should sticky this to inform new/p/hags that film is not cheaper than digital

Film camera: $100
lightmeter: $50
Film (say $4 each): $4 x 52 rolls (one roll per week) = $208
Developing: $5 x 52 = $260
Put in CD: $3 x 52 = $156
= $774 for one year
and $1398 for two years (if the film camera and lightmeter is still working)

tl/dr you are a /p/hag if you shoot film
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>>2736927
>>>Put in CD
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>When poorfags complain about the cost of shooting 135

There are people on this board that have more than that just into their actual film camera and glass, hell there's people here with more than that just on the body.

I've probably got that much into my Nikon F system if not more.

Quit yer bitchin and shoot film.
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>>2736952
The point is not that it is expensive, the point is that it is not cheaper than buying a digital camera and shooting that.

It is not a condemnation of film for film's sake, it is a condemnation of shooting film because you can't afford to shoot digital.

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>http://petapixel.com/2015/12/30/do-this-52-week-photography-challenge-to-improve-your-skills-in-2016/

Who's also planning to take part on this challenge? I'm thinking of going at it but I may not finish it all the way.

Will this improve your photography? Or will get away in the enjoyment of your "art"?

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I was thinking of doing something similar. Not as structured as this, I simply wanted to have one good photo per week that I was willing to post on my facebook and instagram.

As far as making you "better", I'm sure it will help getting your creative juices going by shooting things in ways you normally don't. But after a while you may feel like it's tedious, and you might lack motivation because some of it won't interest you
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>>2736727
>Not as structured as this, I simply wanted to have one good photo per week that I was willing to post on my facebook and instagram.

That's also what I have in mind. But I may end up lacking ideas on what to shoot.

>As far as making you "better", I'm sure it will help getting your creative juices going by shooting things in ways you normally don't. But after a while you may feel like it's tedious, and you might lack motivation...
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>>2736710
I would love to but I shoot film.
I need to finish the roll first before I develop it so it translates to 52 rolls of film for the entire year. That's a bit costly and may cost $500 for the film and developing for one year.

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So guys I have been shooting for a year or so now and I want to improve my gear.

I own a Canon EOS 1100D and a 50mm 1.8 besides the 18-55 home one. But I mostly use the 1.8

I like the objective but Im lacking lighting so Im thinking in investing on a flash. Any suggestions?

I mainly do street photography, portraits and abandoned places.

thank you!

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available light is the only true way of photographing.
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>>2738183
>street photography
>flash
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>>2738314
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkIWW6vwrvM

>>2738183
OP, I'm about a year into learning and a flash helped me.
I started with a cheap manual flash and a cheap radio trigger. Then I got a cheap TTL. Getting a TTL off is expensive.

You can still use a TTL flash in manual mode on a cheap radio controller so I'd do that.

Having the flash away from the camera is vital.

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/p/ noob here.

Halp

I shoot on an A7 and can't decide if I want

Sony Vario-Tessar T* FE 16-35mm f/4 ZA OSS Lens

or

Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM Lens

I have a Metabones smart adapter so the EF mount doesn't bother me, and I'd rather have the f-stop i think. My current widest lens is a 28mm so I'm trying to get something wider and also awesome.

question, comments, go fuck yourself?

All is welcome.
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>>2738502
go with the 16-35 canon, if you already have the adapter. Simply for the advantage of the aperture. I'm not sure if you're aware, but in my experience with the metabones 4 adapter, the auto focus is non-existent. As long as that's not an issue, I'd say go with the canon.
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Thanks mr Trump!

pic unrelated.
Best used mirrorless for $300-$400?

Mostly for travel, social events, portraits
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>>2738410
FUCK YOU
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>>2738437
so, a fuji?
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I dunno

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