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ITT: Your photo of the decade.

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>>2849767
Man, this one is fucking great. Who shot this?
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>>2849773
Uncredited via AP :/

Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/12/world/middleeast/syria.html?_r=0

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I converted some photos in photoshop .raw by mistake, thinking it was a normal .raw.

Now this comes up and they're completely fucked up when I open them, can I convert them again and unfuck them?
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>>2871748
what
why don't you have the original files anymore
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>>2871767
Because... I converted them and deleted them without thinking about it.
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>>2871772
You fucked up.
I'm 90% sure you lost them
This is how it felt when my undeveloped film exposed to light. Welcome to the club.

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Hi /p/, pretty sure there's some people from Montreal. If you got pics, post them.

Also, if you know any nice places for shooting in the Montreal area(or anywhere in Quebec if you want), tell about it.

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>>2871682
Cool looking buildings but your vertical lines are off. And the triangular top looks especially crooked, like it's toppling over.
In photoshop, there is an easy way to fix verticals called Adaptive Wide Angle Filter. Search on Youtube for tutorials if needed.
Professional architectural photographers use a tilt shift lens to get perfect vertical lines, but it's too expensive for most of us. An easy workaround is to shoot much wider composition (cause you will lose some in post), and then use the Adaptive...
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Shooting directly in BW vs shooting with colours.
Pros and cons
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>>2871437
There is no pro. Now delete the thread.
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>>2871439
The might be some. Sometimes you don't know what could come good in BW because sometimes you can't see if some colours would blend together once in BW so this give you new chances of composition.
It would also be more relaxing and give you more time to think on the composition rather then looking at the colours and maybe wondering what colours could ruin your shot
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>>2871445
bullshit. even my oly e500 which is 10 yrs old saves the color information in the raw picture but displays bw in the regarding mode. you cant even enforce that the color is not saved, because it is so stupid that developers wouldn't even enable an option for it.
other thing is a bw sensor, which might have pros due to no need for debayering etc. but this also questionable.

thread is redundant.

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Taking a family trip to Disney for 7 days next month. I want to roll light. I'm thinking about bringing my 5D3, 17-40mm L and 35mm 1.8 VC and nothing else. What would be your preference for an amusement park setup?
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Pentax 645Z, 55mm/2.8 lens, and 150mm f/2.8.
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Em5, 17 1.8, 40-150 2.8
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You just need a tripod, my friend ;);))

Hi guys,

I am making a video with a bunch of still photos that i took, i have around 1000 pics. the total duration of the video must be around 3 minutes.

The question is... how the fuck i can set up sony vegas to show 6 photos each second (6 fps)...
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My guess would be to search for a timelapse feature.
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You want to go into the preferences menu, and under editing change the 'still image length'. Changing it to something like 0,2 in 29,970fps would get you 6 frames every second... Unfortunately this method only works for NEW images that you add to the timeline, not to adjust ones that are already on it. For that you'll need a plugin like Vegasaur which allows you to edit multiple events on the timeline at a time using 'Quick Properties'...

http://vegasaur.com/quick-properties

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>>2871525
love u

Does anyone have a tutorial for how to download your GradImages.com photo for free and remove the watermark?

All I could find was the following and the instructions have been censored:
https://fstoppers.com/post-production/facebook-software-engineer-teaches-you-how-steal-copyrighted-images-9276
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>>2870740
Kill yourself, kike.
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>>2870740
are you seriously going to ask this on a photographer's board you piece of shit jew?
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>>2870818
>>2871212

Spare us your sanctimony, faggots.

These aren't bespoke images created by a visionary photographer, they're run-of-the-mill jostens tier pablum cranked out by a walking tripod who earns maybe 12 bucks an hour and doesn't even own the images.

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Hi, I'm a shit photographer and don't want to be. Took some pictures at a museum recently, uploading the ones that aren't total shit. Comments, critiques welcome.

film: Fuji Superia Xtra 400
lens: Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D

Aperture mode, anything inside was either 1.8 or 2.8; outside was basically all f/8.

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I've been in denmark the past two weeks, here are some pictures I took :^)
C&C always appreciated

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>>2870178
fuck my sensor was dirty at some of those...nearly forgot about it

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What other options are there for mounts? This one keeps falling off at every pothole

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>>2870052
If you down mind drilling a hole through your dashboard, it's probably best to bolt a tripod head straight onto it.
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>>2870059
It's a work truck. Isuzu npr something.

Are there better clamps I mean? Like one with 2 clamps or something?
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A super clamp would hold a lot better than that thing.

Old one is about to hit the limit >>2864498

Post your recent stuff here

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Alright, /p/. Let's see if we can go three-for-three. The last two Fridays here, we've actually had a pretty decent discussions about ::gasp:: photography. We looked at a modern portrait of Queen Elizabeth by Annie Leibovitz. And we looked at a 1970's suburban landscape by Stephen Shore. In both threads, we've had really great discussions about the photos themselves, about the photographers, and about comparable, complimentary, and contrasting works.

This week, let's take a look at a one of shots from Thomas Struth's "Pergamon Museum" series. A couple of weeks back, we used one of his photos as a comparison to the very different Leibovitz shot. So, this week, let's dig in to one of his photos.

What do you think of it? Do you love it? Do you hate it?

Most importantly, why do you love it? Why do you hate it? What technical elements do you enjoy? What technical elements do you hate? What are your thoughts on the content? What about the composition? What do you think of the lighting? What about the development/printing?

Now, maybe you hate Thomas Struth. Maybe you love him. That's not what this thread is about. If you want to discuss this photo compared to other work of his, that's certainly acceptable, but this is not a thread for generalized love/bashing. Let's actually discuss, you know, the photograph.

And, as always, ignore the trolls, and don't fall in to personality wars. Y'all did great the first week. Last week, there was a little bit of the /p/ bickering seeping into the thread, but by and large y'all were awesome. Let's keep it up.
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And, as an aside: You may be wondering why I've picked any of these particular photos so far. Well, the criteria certainly isn't scientific or objective. My goal is to pick a photographer who is known on /p/, but who is not discussed ad nauseam. My goal is also to pick a photo and photographer who probably has both fans and critics here. Finally, my goal is to pick something that we probably haven't all analyzed to death. I don't want to pick something that everybody will automatically love or everybody will automatically hate. But, on the flip side, I don't...
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>>2869523
I don't like how he cut off the top of that structure in the middle. Same for the guy's foot in the foreground. It just makes it look sloppy. Otherwise has nice balance though.
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I feel like the composition of the people gives it balance. They form a nice grid which plays off of the columns and the angles of the room. Your eye is led around the room nicely.

I agree with >>2869589 that I with the top of the columns in the center wasn't cut off. Same for the guy's shoe. I also don't like the security guard so close to the left side of the frame.

The light is nice, but that's more a product of the building than anything the photographer did.

I'm sure he had...
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hey
10 pics

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Went on vacation, now I have no reason to live.

Some canon, alot more fuji, used vsco on like 5 photos, made sure to take off the grain (look /p/ I learned from your cc)

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>>2866195
Most of these are snapshits, theres a few good ones tho, I promise

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>>2866195
put my cameras weather sealing to the test.

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>>2866199
deadliest catch

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Posting series I did for uni, the theme was
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Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeFUJIFILM
Camera ModelX-T1
Camera SoftwareRawTherapee
Maximum Lens Aperturef/2.8
Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color Area
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)41 mm
Maker Note Version0130
Image-Specific Properties:
Image Width3916
Image Height2937
Compression SchemeUncompressed
Pixel CompositionRGB
Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Horizontal Resolution100 dpi
Vertical Resolution100 dpi
Image Data ArrangementChunky Format
Image Created2016:05:05 20:07:10
Exposure Time1/13 sec
F-Numberf/2.8
Exposure ProgramManual
ISO Speed Rating200
Lens Aperturef/2.8
Brightness-0.6 EV
Exposure Bias0 EV
Metering ModeSpot
Light SourceDaylight
FlashNo Flash, Compulsory
Focal Length27.00 mm
RenderingNormal
Exposure ModeManual
White BalanceManual
Scene Capture TypeStandard
SharpnessHard
Subject Distance RangeUnknown
SharpnessHard
White BalanceDaylight
Chroma SaturationNormal
Flash ModeOff
Focus ModeAuto
Slow Synchro ModeOff
Picture ModeManual Exposure
Continuous/Bracketing ModeOff
Blur StatusBlur Warning
Focus StatusOK
Auto Exposure StatusOK
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Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeFUJIFILM
Camera ModelX-T1
Camera SoftwareRawTherapee
Maximum Lens Aperturef/2.8
Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color Area
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)41 mm
Maker Note Version0130
Image-Specific Properties:
Image Width4376
Image Height3282
Compression SchemeUncompressed
Pixel CompositionRGB
Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Horizontal Resolution100 dpi
Vertical Resolution100 dpi
Image Data ArrangementChunky Format
Image Created2016:05:05 19:08:44
Exposure Time1/60 sec
F-Numberf/2.8
Exposure ProgramManual
ISO Speed Rating200
Lens Aperturef/2.8
Brightness0.5 EV
Exposure Bias0 EV
Metering ModeSpot
Light SourceCool White Fluorescent
FlashNo Flash, Compulsory
Focal Length27.00 mm
RenderingNormal
Exposure ModeManual
White BalanceManual
Scene Capture TypeStandard
SharpnessHard
Subject Distance RangeUnknown
SharpnessHard
White BalanceUnknown
Chroma SaturationNormal
Flash ModeOff
Focus ModeAuto
Slow Synchro ModeOff
Picture ModeManual Exposure
Continuous/Bracketing ModeOff
Blur StatusOK
Focus StatusOK
Auto Exposure StatusOK
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Camera-Specific Properties:
Equipment MakeFUJIFILM
Camera ModelX-T1
Camera SoftwareGIMP 2.8.16
Maximum Lens Aperturef/2.8
Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color Area
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)41 mm
Maker Note Version0130
Image-Specific Properties:
Image OrientationTop, Left-Hand
Horizontal Resolution100 dpi
Vertical Resolution100 dpi
Image Created2016:05:01 00:14:28
Exposure Time1/250 sec
F-Numberf/4.5
Exposure ProgramManual
ISO Speed Rating200
Lens Aperturef/4.4
Brightness3.5 EV
Exposure Bias0 EV
Metering ModeSpot
Light SourceDaylight
FlashNo Flash, Compulsory
Focal Length27.00 mm
Color Space InformationUncalibrated
RenderingNormal
Exposure ModeManual
White BalanceManual
Scene Capture TypeStandard
SharpnessHard
Subject Distance RangeUnknown
SharpnessHard
White BalanceDaylight
Chroma SaturationNormal
Flash ModeOff
Focus ModeAuto
Slow Synchro ModeOff
Picture ModeManual Exposure
Continuous/Bracketing ModeOff
Blur StatusOK
Focus StatusOK
Auto Exposure StatusOK

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