>>2722374 kind of true, kind of not. auto exposure will probably not be an issue especially in decent lighting, aperture will be more of the issue. it's way better to just use A, 100 iso and exposure compensation in decent light. in poor light auto ISO is fine. assuming no tripod. completely different with tri ofc.
I'm not a marketer, I'm just genuinely curious. Plus if I was a marketer, I would go for a different consumer base with a larger market. 4chan is stubborn as shit and if any company has to pander to /p/, then you know they're going to shit.
>committee wants a new camera >set budget of 500 dollarydoos >They need something high quality and easy to use >recommend Sony RX-100 >They go to Camera House and sales guy talks them into buying a Pentax KS1 Digital SLR >get this email
"So, we got our new camera
We ended up however going for the Pentax KS1 Digital SLR as I compared the two, and this was cheaper too!
Is there a day either tomorrow or next week you could drop in to set it up for us!?
We are having difficulty understanding how to set it!!!
Once it’s set it will just be a matter of point and shoot for us"
>Some of You Guys are Alright, Don’t go to Camera House Tomorrow
>>2718998 >so many stories Share. >I push Sony more than anything are there any digital point and shoots that even compete with the RX series?
I did work at Camera House in Leederville for one day. What a peice of shit. Only a couple of people there even seemed to know what photography was. The rest were just retards that spewed random facts like Megapixel counts and shit. I must have seen at least three customers come in the first hour to complain... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Beginner here. Once I started learning to use manual settings (ISO, shutter speed, etc) I stopped mainly using the viewfinder and started using my DSLR's monitor when taking pictures so I can get a better idea of how the pic is gonna turn out.
Am I building bad habits by using the screen almost exclusively? Are there specific times when it's better to use the viewfinder or the screen? Does it matter at all?
>>2723543 if there's light going into the viewfinder then the image you are seeing in the lcd monitor might be a bit different from the finished work, because the light going into the viewfinder will distort the image, 99% of the time, it really doesn't make a big difference, but please, don't make a bad habbit and everytime you shoot with the lcd monitor make sure to cover the viewfinder, a lot of camera straps have a little plastic cover to use in the viewfinder on those situations
hey I wanna get a light meter but only have about 50 quid to spend on one, i need it for a few 35mm cameras i have that have no light meter built in or they have gone off as they where a passive design.
I'm thinking of getting a old sekonic but don't want to get one that will be dead on arrival.
>>2723354 Yeah, a little bit. You can't come close to getting all the detail out of film with a consumer level flatbed, and with 35mm, you sort of want as much detail as you can get, but you'll be okay if you don't expect magic.
You should have gotten a PlusTec 8100 for 35mm, but oh well.
I did not plan to do a new one soon but I found it hard to pass on and was rewarded by a break in the skies and pretty decent light. I did not process a lot of photos yet. I'm slowly uploading them to tumblr. The fujiroids came out pretty well this time, sadly I quite suffered from missed focus since it took me a while to explain how tiny the DOF is and that she should not move away or closer to the camera.
>>2716514 (OP) # >Where can I read/learn about notable contemporary photographers? I wish it was this easy, you got to look for it. I keep a tumblr account just to search for something different (reposts, not tumblr photographers).
>Do you have any favorite photographers that are working today? yamamoto masao miguel rio branco clyde butcher nanã sousa dias thomas dworzak (kavkaz)
clyde and nanã are landscape photographers, thomas and miguel are street photographers (miguel is the most brilliant color photographer all times), yamamoto masao does a thing of his own
>>2722847 depends on the material, you moron. In your pic the curve raises contrast, which makes sense, cause the histogram shows strong mids. but what when the material already shows deep blacks and much lights? do you think that curve makes sense then? no? fucker? think.
Do you guys have any suggestions for DSLRs I should get? I've tried the Sony A7 which was dog shit (kit lens) and the Fujifilm XE-2 with a 14mm FujiPower lens which was easily one of the best I have tried so far but the camera itself is kind of dated and 16 megapixel doesn't cut it anymore.
I also tried the Canon 5D Mark III with the EF 24-70mm f/2.8L lens and the image quality was probably the best so far but I dunno...just wanted to try something else.
I am thinking the Sony a7R II perhaps? The interface is intuitive and easy to use and hopefully it... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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