if your photographs have no coherent and defensible theoretical framework behind them, they can never be anything more than snapshits. it's the existence - or lack thereof - of this sort of onto-photographic Begriffsschrift that separates an artist-photographer from a tourist with a camera slung around his neck.
so tell me, /p/, which writers and thinkers are most influential in your work? what are the ideas driving your output? let's chat about this stuff.
I believe that God is the most influential writer and thinker in my work. The idea that God has made something beautiful drives my output and I always try to include Him in my photos to remind us (which sometimes even includes myself) that this isn't all there is.
I had a few questions about journalism. I'd love to do this on my off time for events that are happening near me, and would even do it for next to no money or even free, I just really love photographing rallies and events.
But I have a few questions:
>press cards >requirements
Some of the rallies I go to, I don't want to be associated with, and if I have a press pass I'll stand out (in case my face shows up in the paper). If I go to an event, I'd like a press pass, but have... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2710132 >and would even do it for next to no money or even free this is why people can't make a living in photography. any amateur with a camera thinks he's good enough and on top of that tells a multimillion dollar media company he'll work for fucking free *becauz itz fun XDDD*
This is the original, before editing. I'm a bit of a film addict so I edited with the intention of a cinematic look. I've never color corrected either kind of just messed around in Photoshop. If anyone knows any good links for that would you mind sharing? Thanks!
Hey all, I currently got a Canon 400D and few lenses. Since I feel I get limited with it (pretty old stuff) was thinking on getting a 700D or 760D. The 700D is relatively cheap and the shop has it on stock so I can get it quick (and cheap). On the other hand, 760D spec wise seems much better, but it's like 250 euro more expensive + they dont have it on stock and I will need to wait for like a month to bring it. What is your suggestion? Should I go with the 700D or it is better if I wait for the 760D?
>>2705270 The 760D is a half class higher than the 700D/750D. It has the 70D sensor which is more sensitive and gives much better results than the 700D/750D sensor. It is not as rugged build as the 70D but much more solid than the 700D/750D. If I were you I would go for a used 70D or 60D because budget wise it is the same and you get better build quality and features. If ML and video is a priority for you then go for the 60D.
>>2705276 But 60D or 70D do not have wifi/nfc and I find those options interesting and probably usefull. Also, I hate getting something used because I would not know if something is wrong with the camera (dropped, scratched sensor, etc). I don't know what to do... I am thinking on this subject for a month now and cannot decide :)
>>2705284 Why would you want wifi or NFC? You will hardly use them for RAW I have wifi option on my camera and have never used it. Not even for the few in-camera JPEGs. On the used gear, the majority of /p/ buys used, the prev. owner was also a photographer, not an idiot kid with an xbox. It was well taken care of in 99% of cases, if not it is also described in description, also price would be much lower than the average market. Don't be afraid, I got mine used and not a single problem with it. To be sure, check... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm sure this gets asked all the time, but is there some kind of thread for people getting started? Christmas was coming up and I was wanting to know what kind of options I had for cameras, good price points, equipment, etc.
I'm interested in videography and filmmaking, for things such as car shows, such as this video here:
Anyone with any tips or helpful advice would be greatly appreciated.
just bought my first REAL reflex a Nikon d 100 (only body) i have a Pentax super me 50 mm lens will it fit ? i know the Nikon has a F-mount and the Pentax has a K-F mount i tryed to find the adapter but failed. And also tell me how you got started with photography what was your first machine and your true first machine
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