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So, /p/, beginner here,

Question: What do you do about bad weather?

I'm not talking about rain or stormy weather; Those can make for really interesting moods.
I'm talking about flat gray skies with no light colouring to give depth to your shot.
Is it even possible to make use of such weather?

I try to shoot a lot, and bring my camera with me as often as I can, but I find that when the skies are gray I sometimes won't even bother hauling the big thing with me, as I'm certain I won't get anything good.

Tips and personal...
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>>2703504
flat grey skies are best skies.

Giant softbox, yes please.

noob.
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>>2703506
>beginner here
>noob
Well, yes?

Give me examples on what you shoot in such weather, Anon. I want to learn to utilize it for something.
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Greens are usually a lot greener in that cloudy weather than they would be when it's sunny

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Gear Thread

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. You have been warned!
I repeat, ANYTHING GEAR RELATED goes in here!

And don't forget, be polite!

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>>2709182
Nikon fags on suicide watch
http://briansmith.com/worlds-first-nikon-f-auto-focus-adapter-for-sony-e-mount/

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>>2709190
>suicide watch
Hardly. Mirrorless will always be sub-par to DSLRs when it comes to moving subjects. No adapter can improve that flaw.
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>>2709182
I know this may get asked heaps but what are your recommendations for solid entry level? Specs, features or actual products.

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Raisin Potato Bread

toast snapshits in this bread

last bread >>2702049

read the sticky and don't be a fag

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Sure.

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Posting a couple pics from a recent road trip down the Oregon Coast. The last one was from early spring, six didnt feel like enough for a thread. No need to take it easy on me.
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Anyone here have experience with this? Is it good?
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>>2707047
Capture one is industry Standard. It's better and more advanced than lightroom.
Why didn't you simply google it?
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>>2707047
>Not using C1.

It is brilliant. I mean it still has some flaws, coming from someone who has always used LR.

The only thing i dislike with C1 is the way it doesn't work with photoshop nicley. I.e. in lightroom, you can edit in > photoshop cc. When you save from PS it automatically updates the image in the LR catalog. I only really use it to tether shoot stuff to be honest. Which that is all I really do, apart from weddings.

My favourite things about C1 are:...
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>>2708484
Also I like the export process

If you shoot tethered it will make these folders :
Capture
Output
Select
Trash

So you will have
project name
>capture
>output
>select
>trash

Makes it easier to organise and manage stuff.

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I've been Developing my B&W Stuff at home for almost a year now and its been going pretty well.honestly its ez as fuck.
Id like to shoot more 120 negative color film, but developing it in the next city is 7 Euros per roll.
That's more than most of my film costs and it really keeps me from shooting more of it.
So how Hard is it really to delevop color negatives at home AND get decent Results of it.
All guides i found so far are by some Lomography Hipsters and the Results posted in those articles can't really convince me.
Can one recover colors...
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If you have water with reasonable pH and a way to keep the drum warm, it is not a problem. I do it all the time but I have a CPP2 which makes it much easier.
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>>2706879
It's fairly hard to mess it up. The only time I encountered severe shift is when I tried push processing.

This is from my first attempt at developing my own snapshits. If you already do B&W, I'm sure you won't struggle.

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I've been doing all my c41 at home for years now (pic related), using those cheap 3 bath powder kits. I use distilled water to mix chemicals and a microwave to get the temps to about 1 degree over the developing temp of 39 Celsius. I use a water bath in a Rubbermaid tub that's around 41 degrees. Works perfectly and it's quicker and possibly easier than black and white. I just got a jobo machine which makes it easier but I had been doing hand inversions for a long time. Next up is e6.

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Where were you when the entire concept of filters was utterly BTFO?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcZkCnPs45s
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>>2705267
His voice is audible silk, smooth and soothing but every time I see his face I want to punch it.
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Yeah, the car definitely looked better with the polariser. Also, if there were any clouds his technique would add rank blue outlines to them.

As for the nd filter workaround, "hey instead of using a small piece of glass and a single photo, just take up a whole gb of card space and leave photoshop 15 minutes to process your files"

Fuck off Tony you cunt.
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Simulate this

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Hel /p what are some other uses of Lightroom other than a watermark tool and organization and little tweaks? How necessary is it to have in the photography work field? I've been using it for a while and I don't see the point of it. Can you guys change my mind?
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>>2708155
Global edits are "little tweaks"? News to me.

Also, if the organization aspect isn't of use to you, then you have shit organizing.
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How about the fact that it is the standard for photographers.
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>>2708156
Don't get me wrong i understand the power of multi editing but like is that all there is? And im perfectly organized in my windows folders.

>>2708157
What do you mean by standard?

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anyone else use battery grips just for vanity reasons?
sure, the extra battery life and portrait shooting ergonomics are nice and all, but i want my shitty dslr look like D4s

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That just looks like shit. I'd rather not.
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I use one a lot, but only because the D600 grip is built for a dainty ballerina.
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I don't want to make my camera even bigger and clumsier so I don't use one.
I get the more convenient portrait shooting, but somehow I always managed to shoot portraits anyways without dislocating my shoulder. The added battery life is a shit argument. Just carry another battery with you. I can't really find an argument against being a pretentious faggot.

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What are the most well-known/historic color photographs? I've made a tool for generating colorschemes and I'd like to show examples of colorschemes based on famous color photos. The only one I can think of so far is of Armstrong on the moon next to the American flag.
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>>2707748
>MFW you can't think of more than one single good color photo because you're not interested in art whatsoever.

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As you can tell ive been going bonkers with night images lately

last night was incredibly clear and pristine

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Lately I've been looking at a lot of Matt sukkars pictures. I have a Nikon d3200. What settings would you recommend to get pictures like these? 1/4

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Hello /p/aggots, i need your help...
I want to buy a camera that is up to 200 euros for nature/night time shooting. Don't care about brand or li-on battery or normal ones, it just needs to have good pictures quality for nature (high low light) and easy to use (turn on and shoot)
I don't know shit about cameras so any advice will do.
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Just get a used Canon DSLR [40D/50D] and some manual focus lenses, i got a 5D for 250 euros so if you do some digging you can get a good deal.

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It's too big...
I need something relatively compact.
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>>2708275
if you want good low light pictures you need to think about larger sensors. that's why he mentioned the 5d, it's a full frame sensor. aps-c i believe can still do well in low light. not sure about going smaller than that.

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How would I get over nor having a tilt-screen on a camera. Currently own a d5100 and I've made some really good shots with the help of my tilt-screen that presumably have made the shot much, much easier than if I had to figure out the shot otherwise. However I don't use it often.

I'm currently looking to upgrade to a new body. The d7200 is better in about every way. But it does not have a screen that pops out. What do? Do I just have to deal with it, git gud, and get the shot by other means?
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>>2707593
Buy a D750
Git gud
Deal with it
Free hand it in continuous burst mode
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>>2707593
>deal with it, git gud, and get the shot by other means

All of the above. I've never had a camera with a tilt screen. Yes it might make some shots easier but I don't see it as a necessity.
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>>2707602
>D750
na son. Too expensive. Lens are expensive. I'd have to reinvest in lens.

>>2707604
Yea, I guess it isn't a necessity. I'll just deal with it

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