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Questions that dont deserve their own thread.

I'll start.

Lightroom 6 to Photoshop CC 2015

Using edit in Photoshop from Lightroom to open the raw file in PS... it bypasses the Photoshop Camera RAW dialogue box.. I dont want that, I want to use the Camera RAW in PS that normally pops up,

I dislike the camera raw interface in Lightroom, especially for single files, though I want to keep them stacked in Lightroom for organisation.

How do I change it so that Edit in Photoshop still brings up the RAW dialogue box?
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use bridge instead of lightroom
lightroom is literally just camera raw + bridge
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Quick question. If I don't have a tripod, and the feature isn't baked into the camera, am I fucked for HDR photography? I presume so, but a man with his first camera can dream.
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>>2733489
you can hand hold and use Photoshop to automatically align, but the result will be cropped from your original composition, randomly.

How do you learn lighting set ups? I always did street. I just was loaned 4 heads, a tn of reflectors and stands, a big minolta beauty dish.

How do I figure out shots like this? I feel really intimidated.
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>>2732887
bumping for interest.
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Look at the eyes. Small, single catchlight tells you this was probably a one-light setup. The density of the shadow edges (they're crisp) tells you the light was either very close or very small (maybe a speedlight.) Color of the light says it was gelled. Angle of the shadow on her face/chin/nose tells you it was above her head and pointed down roughly 45 degrees, camera left. Backlight looks like a tight angle reflector with a grid. Maybe a snoot, though i'd try a reflector first and narrow with tighter grids before going to a snoot.

Just keep looking at lighting...
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>>2732901
Pardon, light was small or far away*

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I recently have found a person on 500px called Ichiro Murata. I thought I'd let you guys know about this person since his work is... Unique. I can't really describe it in any other way. He has a way of photographing buildings that just intrigues me.
This is his profile: https://500px.com/ichiromurata

I am also wondering if you guys know any people with a similar style.
I'm interested in how to do this as well. I tried, but failed miserably.
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I suspect he may be shooting spherical panoramas, then playing around with the projection until it looks cool. Picrelated is one of mine using that technique.

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>>2731278
That makes a lot of sense, I should try it myself sometimes.
What kind of software did you use to Post Process that? In terms of the playing around with the projection I mean.
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>>2731310
I use PTGui (paid), but I assume the same can probably be achieved with Hugin (free).

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Hi there /p/eople,
the house I'm moving to has an addictional bathroom (9x5ft) so I'm planning to set it up as a darkroom; it has a washing machine (top right) and a radiator under the window (right).

What would be the best way to organize it, in your opinion?
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>>2731140
Are you planning on making enlargments? Or just developing negatives?
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>>2731140
What is your bathroom addicted to?
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>>2731140

That's fucking great you're gonna have a darkroom!

I would keep shit away from that radiator tho.

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Mine is the nikkor MF 35-70mm.

It came with a working nikon F3 that I got for free.

I mounted it on a D7000 and the image sucks.
My 35mm 1.8g rapes it in IQ.
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>>2727944
That's cause it's actually a lens made by Cosina
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i haven't used many, none of them are that bad

the least good one is the nikkor 50mm 1.8G which has some distortion, is cheaply built and overpriced. should've gotten a 50 1.8D
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fast CCTV lens via c mount adapter.

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Most hipster camera. Not looking to buy one juts wondering.
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>>2726505

I have a Nikon Df, it is pretty hip though I never bought that shitty retro 50mm 1.8

Also one of the most underrated cameras on the market.
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I just got myself a Yashica Mat (the original one) and a Nikkormat FT2. I had to buy my xmas presents for myself since I can't trust friends or family to get what I want (._. )
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The Olympus XA takes the cake.

A pocket-size 35mm rangefinder with an very sharp Zuiko 35mm f/2.8 lens.

Yet it can only shoot aperture priority and has an extensive selection of accessories: two flashes.

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Eric Kim is a monumental faggot.

*click*

"Thank you....want to sniff my Leica?"

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>>2724064
How many asians are called "Eric Kim" anyways?
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asian ken rockwell
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>>2724070
about 8 in 10.

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Let's talk careers in photography. How the hell do you become one of the people who gets access to shooting photos and people like this??
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>>2733314
>thug

is being a "thug" something acceptable nowadays? like socially desirable? what a time to be alive.
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>>2733316
Time to give way to us young whippersnappers.
Now, about my question...?
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Is that Antonio Banderas, Wooly Willy, and Stephen Hawking?

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Is abandoned structure photography completely overdone? I have a lot of abandoned homes photographed, but I'm leary about posting any of it online because I think it might be cliche at this point.

A lot of instagrammers like "Tonydetroit" made urbex mainstream, and then it seemed to become oversaturated from there.

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Everything is completely overdone.
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>>2732906
So if everything is overdone, then nothing is more overdone than anything else?

I personally enjoy some minimalism photography, and am sometimes surprised how a minimalist image can pop out at me. I also enjoy the fuck out of ALL landscape photography. I don't care if it's the Teton mountains or a flat field.
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I don't think it's the subject so much as the execution that is cliche. And that applies to any subject matter. You generally find that urbex seems to have crushed blacks and over-saturated colours, street is, more often,than not, black and white and slightly out of focus while landscape is shot with the widest fucking lenses money can buy.

I think the reason for this is because so many people go on forums like /p/ and plebbit and ask questions like "I want to try my hand at _____ (insert genre), what lens shall I buy?" They then do what the loudest...
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>that Pentax Q
>that Billingham
Step your game up and take more photos than this doll this coming year, /p/. Happy New Years.
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>>2733340
What the fuck are you implying isi

You come in to my board and accuse ME of non sequitors

Why I oughtta...
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>>2733358
non-sequiturs*
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>>2733362

*non sequiturs

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Gear Thread

If you have questions about a new camera, what lenses to buy and anything related to gear or wondering about getting into photography, post it in this thread.
Do not attempt to make a new thread for your new Rabal, broken glass and being new. You have been warned!
I repeat, ANYTHING GEAR RELATED goes in here!

And don't forget, be polite!

Previous thread: >>2729142
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Nikon Df purchaser from the other thread.

So, where is my best bet to get this camera? Considerably I'm trying to keep my budget as low as possible; although GadgetCircuit is fucking sketchy as shit.

Thinking about Adorama, just ordering body and buying a separate lens.

What lens should I get? (400~600 Range)
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>>2731793
Why on earth would you buy one? There is literally nothing in favor for it. Just buy a poster of it and hang it on your wall if you just want to look at it.
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>>2731794
D4 Sensor in a smaller, lighter, cheaper body.
Also because I want to.

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I resized these photos to 1000p, i need some criticism on my work.

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>>2733213
Its just a photo of a flower. Thats all.
If your getting into photography 2 things which will help you in developing skills.
Just dont do flower macros, even good ones.
Dont get into HDR, when you discover what HDR is stop there and go and learn a technique thats actually worthwhile.

Buy a light meter, buy a 5 in 1 reflector. Youre welcome.

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The difference between APS-C/APS-H and 35mm is negligible. A 35mm digital sensor is great if you want to use lenses at a particular focal length. That's about it.

All the discussion about depth of field, noise, etc, is bullshit. No one passes double blind tests when trying to differentiate between a crop and 'FF' sensor.

Go an look into MF digital or LF film and you'll start to see how utterly pointless the APS-C/FF debate is. It's at MF and above that size starts to really matter. But then you have the issue of an expensive huge sensor/piece...
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>>2732533
donĀ“t worry bro,
try different sensors and use the one that works best!
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Related
https://youtu.be/PHYidejT3KY
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>>2732533
35mm is called 'full-frame' by definition, not a by society's choice. 50 1.8 is a 50mm cheap buy on a full-frame. It's not a 50mm on a crop. For that you need a 35.

Now, stop fucking shit positing on /p/

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Worst DLSR. Any brand any rpice
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>>2727259

sigma sd9
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>>2727259
Canon 5Ds R
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I've just started to get in to photography lately and was looking for some tips. My work is macro and wildlife photography. Criticize my work.

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>>2733019
please resize your photos to 1000px before posting. Nobody will bother to click on them when they are 5000 pixels wide.

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