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Video editing Software
which do you use and whats the best ones
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Best is subjective. Best at what?

I use Premiere because it was bought for me and it works for what I need it. I'm sure other options would work just as well.
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sony vegas because it's easy to learn and use
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>>2870146
premiere then after effects because because

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Question about window/door/mirror reflections.
I attempted to take a photo of two door paper flyers, it was a bright day and my vision was slightly impaired from the sun. I tried to focus on the center of the two doors. I took two photos. When I got home I realized I was in the reflection of the door.
1: One photo has me in focus but the flyers are out of focus.
2: The second photo has the flyers in focus (not perfect) but my reflection is out of focus.
Both photos were shot at 85mm, f3.5. The only difference being shutter speed which would not matter. 1/125 and 1/160th.
If the flyers are on the same "plane" as the door glass along with the reflection why would one or the other be in or out of focus.
I can understand this working with light but how does depth come into play in a situation like this?
I never took a selfie in the mirror and this was and accidental selfie. I will post both photos, they are both 100% crop.
Can someone explain this or give me some insight into this?

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This obviously is the other photo.

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>>2869837
A reflection is not a painting or poster.

In practical matters, your reflection is not on the same plane as the door, its focal plane is the same distance "behind" the door as you actually stand in front of.
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>>2869844
This.

Light doesn't just paint a reflection on a plane, it bounces from the window and travels the distance you stand from the window. If you simply focus on the window plane, you are focused in the flyers or the dirt in the window, but not the reflection because it's optically behind the glass.

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I went on a little walk, mostly to test out a new lens. The photos aren't really my best, but I think this little set is sort of pleasant and comfy anyway, so here goes.

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fuck this weather, luckily it wasnt pissing down or too cloudy down by the lake and ruapehu.

critique or casual comments.

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stitched with shitty content aware fill

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3/?

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Ok guys, I'm still a little new to the physical side and getting prints done, but since most people don't have calibrated monitors, stuff that you edit to be printed, do you have a second edit that you use for digital viewing? Or do you not really care as much how it is going to look on non calibrated stuff like phones/laptops/pc's etc for instagram, websites, etc.? And when a client is viewing something digitally that they want printed, how can you ensure they are getting what they see? Or do you think they won't notice a difference? Because sometimes, the...
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take it to a good printer, and give them the color space.
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calibrate your monitor and work in sRGB space; you'll be fine in most cases

for calibration it has to adjusted to a SPECIFIC printer, so when you change to CMYK that profile needs to tuned to that printer

if you don't know how to do that >>2869779
is right, they can usually read the metadata and it'll be wysiwyg
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You never finish a shoot properly until you see the photos in print. It is just so much different.

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>>2869724
google your own cinestill shots
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>>2869724

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>>2869724
>shoot it at night, they said
>it can be shot anywhere between 400 and 1600 without changes in development, they said

yeah, no. the shots that were generously exposed turned out well, but even the slightest underexposure gave me ridiculous grain and ugly colour shifts. in the future, I would shoot this film no faster than ISO 640... its nothing near the amazing film that the website claims it is. Fuji 1600 would hold up better for night photography,...
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Waht's the the fuzz about Nikon and Canon? Why not Pentax?
I mean it's cheaper, it's OK and you can pretty much go to whatever fleamarket and get some cool old objectives.
Yeah, in some aspects it sucks compared to "big two" but, why not? Everything is OK with it. Cheap as fuck, yuge range of old cheap objectives, a lot of nice features and the sensation of not being like everybody else...

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>why not the gear thread?
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Oh, and did I mention the weatherproofing and durability... It's like Nokia phones in the 90's... Unbreakleble
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It has a huge range of old cheap lenses but

A. A lot of those lenses are optically garbage
B. Most of them are manual focus
C. See B, it's not useful for wildlife or sports

How do I become a fashion photographer with no social skills?

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>>2869663
You don't.
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ez way is just play popular music and get them into the mood

understand the campaign (or art director) vision and ensure that there's a concise vision - be confident

you dont have to verbally blow them or always seem interested in THEM; you just need to be in the mindset that you know what youre doing
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>>2869666
But how do you even become one in the first place without the social skills to network?

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Thinking of making a simple pdf portfolio to pass to companies/publications when I'm applying for contributor/freelance stuff.
Would like some advice and pointers from others who are experienced in this kind of thing.

I also have a few questions:

Is a brief description about myself in the portfolio necessary? Do I really have to put some kind of flowery passage about my "artistic vision" or something? I've seen other portfolios do that and I feel I'd be lacking if I didn't, but the whole thing feels a bit weird.

What would you say is a good page limit for an average digital pdf portfolio? My 3 main categories usually consist of portraits/fashion, music, and landscape/scenery and I'd like to showcase a good balance of all 3.

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Haven't personally given my portfolio to anyone since I don't live near any agencies and you'd be stupid not to have an online portfolio for people overseas.

As far as words, I feel like you should only add to a photo if you need to, and the best photos can stand by themselves (i.e. if you *need* to write something, write as little as possible and make sure your future work is better).

The issue with digital portfolios over web-hosted ones is that you either have to limit your photos or the quality of the photos to keep the PDF small enough to send...
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>>2869330
>As far as words, I feel like you should only add to a photo if you need to, and the best photos can stand by themselves

Agreed. I just feel like I'm lacking when I see other portfolios having fancy written pieces and I'm like "wait, is this the norm now?"

But to each their own, I guess. I'm sticking to wordless save for some contact information.
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>>2869407
Just do what feels good senpai. let your gut and subconscious guide.

I feel exactly the same when i see phony ass wanabe art photographer's blurbs, obviously written by themselves in the third person. Using words to supplement your pictures can be a crutch, and hammy.

Do you have a link to your stuff online or any portfolio you have come up with yet?

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Hey guys, does anybody here know much about actioncams?
Thinking of getting a Polaroid Cube, or a second hand GoPro Hero 2 that I can get for around the same price. Which should I go for? The GoPro won't have warrenty and is obviously not going to be brand new.

Purpose is mainly to take underwater photos/videos of my fish tank, but I'll use it for other things as well.
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Check out techmoan's youtube channel. He reviews a ton of action cameras, including the polariod cube and the newer cube+.
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>>2868240
Thanks, will do. Leaning towards the Hero 2 in any rate, has better specs.
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hero 4 sesh master race

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I'd like to post photos from a photoshoot I did yesterday. Critiques are very welcome.
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I realized I spelled 'Yesterday' as "Yeesterday" I'm off to a great start...

2/11
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A majority of these shots were shot using an off-camera flash with a shoot through white umbrella, but there a couple that aren't like 2 & 3.

4/11

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.
No pointless (brand) arguments and dickwaving allowed! You have been warned!

I repeat, ANYTHING GEAR RELATED goes in here!

And don't forget, be polite!

Previous thread: >>2865334
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>>2867656

Might as well continue seeking advice. Just looking for something good and cheap.

Emphasis on both good and cheap.
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first
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>>2867670
>good
>cheap
choose one

This photo represents the futile resistance of man against the sands of time. Notice the sand in the sole, at the center of a counter clockwise spin. This shows the efforts of humans to deserve the drift of time. This is in contrast to the sand, which is coarse and gets everywhere: The sands of time.
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footfag detected
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>>2866389
Tell us, which photo-prof annoyed you with hitchy-ditchy photography theory and art declarations?
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If you have to explain what's going on, it probably sucks the fattest part of my acne-ridden hairy sweaty swampy ass

First time taking photos. Feedback appreciated
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Colors are great ! But the organisation of the object is awkward.
Nothing special catch my eyes.
But that's a good beginning
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Colors are great !
But the organisations of the objects are awkward. There is nothing special with catch my eyes.
However it's a really good beginning.
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Colors are great !
But the organisations of the objects are awkward. There is nothing special with catch my eyes.
However it's a really good beginning.

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