Hey /p/ Managed to witness and capture the Aurora Borealis on Christmas morning. I'm a very amateur photographer and did my best to capture the lights but they were very faint and the light pollution was pretty crippling (I was in the middle of Reykjavik). How can I enhance the photos I did capture?
TL;DR How do I improve these pictures of the Northern Lights? Retaking the pictures on another date isn't an option. Cheers!
All three. DSLRs are more common because they're easier to build a system around.
I.E. you're doing a wedding and you want a bunch of remote flashes, to do it well you pretty much gotta go for a DSLR.
Many pros lately are switching to >Do I need to handle heavy lenses? Am I going to be comfortable? DSLR
>Heavy equipment isn't necessary? I'm on a tight schedule with a lot of space to travel? Mirrorless
P&S are tricky. Many pros like them for some peculiar work, but they're niche cameras for niche works, when it comes to pro stuff. You could, say, do a quick fashion shoot in a very claustrophobic setting with an RX100 fitting where no DSLR ever could. Stuff like that.
Post New Gear and shit, also I got a short story and I'm in need of help
Got a new panasonic GH4 for christmas today, with a metabone adapter, and a fucking sigma 18-35 canon lens. I was going to use it to shoot film, and was looking at a tutorial for it when I wanted to put on the new sigma lens and test it out, but it wouldn't fit. I tried twisting it harder, and when I finally gave up, I looked at my lens contacts and
I guess my speedbooster was too tight, I'm about to unscrew the face and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have been wanting to get into photography for a while. I was gifted a Canon EOS Rebel T5 (not T5i). With the default 15-55mm lens.
I am incredibly happy and have already started taking shitty pics all over the house and off my balcony.
However, I do want a brutally honest answer. How good is this camera? Will this limit me in some way in the near future? What can I expect from this as I get better? Is it worth eventually (when I'm better) getting a new lens for this camera? Or will I need to upgrade the camera itself as a natural upgrading progression.
>>2728211 >How good is this camera? Good enough for your skill level >Will this limit me in some way in the near future? What can I expect from this as I get better? In the near future, no. Further on, yes. You'll know. Don't buy new gear just because you feel like you need an upgrade. Buy new gear when you feel constrained by your gear and you know exactly what's causing the constraint. >Is it worth eventually (when... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
i have the canon 600d and honestly it's a fine camera if you get some decent glass the images get pretty sharp. yes ofcourse there's better cameras, but for every 1% of better quality yo pay 10% more in the cameraworld, so unless you've got a ton of money to throw around i don't suggest buying anything new unless you really NEED it, you can do all of the basic stuff with the kit lens and a simple camera.
this is just a personal opinion but i do recommend getting prime lenses if you want to get more artsy, the canon 24mm stm and canon 50mm f1.8... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey Anons on /p/ and Merry Christmas! i got a Nikon coolpix 500 but the problem is that i am a retard. I forgot to take the cover of before turning it on and now the screen only shows the error message >Turn the Camera off remove the cover and switch it back on.< Obviously i already tried that. when i turn it on the lense keeps moving back and forth and the message occurs. I dont know what to do and thought someone may have had a smiliar experience. Thanks for any suggestion in advance!
I want to get into astrophotography as a part time hobby, and have ordered the Celestron 6 SE to start with, Along with the T-rings to mount my Canon 550D to it directly. Is there anybody on here with a similar set up, any tips would be appreciated, I can't find much about it being used for photographgy.
There are applications for phones to track stars, constellations, and such the issue is with deep magnification the objects are moving quickly relative to you so without the mount deeper astrophotography (galaxies fainter objects etc.) are much harder to do.
>asking about architecture photography >visual acoustics screen grab for OP
It always kind of bums me out when someone's hoop dreams are so transparent and (probably) shallow.
Go assist a working photographer. No grouchy ass retired photographer is going to want to be your senpai (not a wordfilter), and it's not like there's a phone book full of them that you can just look up. It's relatively easy to find working photographers, however, and a few of them would probably be ecstatic... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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