What does /p/ scan their negatives with? I'm planning to shoot a roll of 35mm film and was wondering if any of you guys have had any luck scanning your negatives through an ordinary printer/scanner device (not meant specifically for photographs). I've also heard of using a DSLR to capture negatives. I'm on a budget so I'm looking for a cheap alternative. Thanks.
>>2717359 Pic related is my printer/scanner. I'm also going to community college so that also might be an option, although I haven't took a photography class or know anyone in that department. Walgreens/CVS scans photos, the results aren't very good though from what I've researched.
Hey /p/, I bought a used camera yesterday and took a couple of pictures today. When I come home to edit them, I realize that the pictures are 16 mbs in size, and they come in a CR2 format? Is there any way I can change the size of the pictures and change the format, if not, is it something that has to do with the camera itself?
>2015 is almost ded. >/p/ makes a book everi year.
It will make one this year.
Someone needs to elect themselves as leader, collect submissions, coordinate a group of curators, and assemble that shitfight into something that can be printed and bound and bought by the overly keen, or downloaded as a pdf by everyone else.
This is the thread where the leader will be chosen. This is the thread where we will determine the categories and criteria for selection.
I humbly submit that this years... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Should I feel guilty about wanting to shoot a young model friend of mine wearing sexy outfits such as leather corsets and metal-studded chokers? What about sexy adult Halloween costumes? Or Victoria Secret lingerie? At what age should it be not be considered unethical or just too creepy for each of those items? Seriously.
Inb4: why would I want to wear such things while taking photos. Yeah, and one morning Groucho Marx shot an elephant in his pajamas (how he got in his pajamas is a mystery).
>>2715496 Only the reference to Groucho. Seriously wondering if /p/ would shoot or not, given the opportunity. I already have some wonderfully inappropriate clothing. Just don't know if I would be able to edit the photos afterwards without feeling terribly ... guilty.
Hello /p/. I've had a Sony DSLR from the alpha series for a few years, and have enjoyed it, though I would like to take a step up. I've been looking into and considering taking on the Pentax line, and would like some recommendations, reviews, and comments you guys may have with regards to Pentax.
My intended first model might be the K3-II. Please let me know,
I'm considering selling my dad's old Nikon "Nikkor" F, basically the chrome version of pic related, with the Nikkor Auto-s 50/1.4 and its case, all in good condition. Apparently these are quite rare, only made for the German market. Anyone got an idea what it might be worth? If it's only a bit more than a regular one I'll probably keep it, cause it's a fun camera. I could only find one sold on ebay but it had a "Nikkor" Photomic finder so I'm not sure the price it sold for is a good indication.
Well fuck me /p/, my sister just asked me to photograph her wedding tomorrow.
Now before you tell me to not do it, hear me out. Tomorrow is what we call the "civil" marriage at the courthouse, and it's supposed to be small and quick. Only family and close friends, sign the papers before a judge, exchange some rings, read some stuff. No bridal gown or tuxes, but formal wear nonetheless. Should be done in 45 minutes or so. The big event will be the "religious wedding" at a church with a priest, and that's when the tuxes and gowns and lots of... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2724879 I don't know if they'll let you use a flash inside the courtroom for photos so it'd be best to go with >>2724928 and bring fast glass. But yes, bring the Yongnuo just in case they do.
Move around as much as you can. Now, don't go up to the judges stand there and play with the damn gavel but maybe set specific boundries before the preceding and stick within them. However make sure you pre-frame the shots (if you can) so you have the best angles... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>A thread for sharing great experiences you've had because you are a photographer, that you would not have had otherwise.
Personally, I've been to more cities, and seen more sights along the way, than I EVER would have without the job. I'm grateful every day for the trips I get to take, and the things I would never have seen otherwise.
>>2724539 Doesn't have to be a job! Just thinks you did with a camera that you wouldn't have done without one! A side trip to take a photo, exploring down a dark alley you would have otherwise ignored, and happened to find a $20 bill! Just ways that photography has positively changed your life from what it would have been.
>>2724540 >A thread for sharing great experiences you've had because you are a photographer, that you would not have had otherwise. >Personally, I've been to more cities, and seen more sights along the way, than I EVER would have without the job. I'm grateful every day for the trips I get to take, and the things I would never have seen otherwise. >Doesn't have to be a job! Just thinks you did with a camera that you wouldn't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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