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ITT: post photography related helpful guides, flash diagrams, post-processing tricks, etc.
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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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No isi related shitposting please
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I've been looking into vintage lenses recently for my Canon 5D.

What do you guys think of the Zeiss Flektogon 35 f/2.4? Any other older 35mm lenses that deliver a "vintage" look?

I'm also on the lookout for 28mm and 85mm but there's so much info out there it's hard to determine what's good and what isn't. Any recommendations you guys have?
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>>2698303
Obligatory Helios 58mm post.

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Hello, /p/! I'm going to take you along for my recent journey to Botswana this past summer. please feel free to critique me as much as possible, as I received my camera about a month before I left for the trip and have never used a DSLR previously, and all criticism is helpful. There's almost 40 that I chose, so I'll be here for a while!

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What the fuck /p

You told me shoot film its cheap, just develop it yourself.

Next minute, development kit is $200, the cheapest black and white film is $10 per roll on ebay and its not cheap at all.

How are you poor fags affording to shoot film?

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You are doing it wrong. Buy a second hand Patterson tank and reuse your chemicals. There are a few cheap brands of black and white film but you aren't going to find them searching online for Ilford HP5+ and Kodak Tri-X
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>>2697924

It's cheap in the sense that I can buy a 70-200 canon macro lens for £5 and it's awesome.
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>$10 for B/W film

Nigga what are you doing? You can get shit like Agfa APX 100 for $3 per roll.

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Does anyone remember dev, stop and fix?

I used to have a Gnome enlarger (pic related), and my mum would get pissed off with prints washing in the bathtub

Trying to light-tight my bedroom with Velcro and inhaling chemicals

Rushing home excitedly with fresh chems in square boxes

I miss all that stuff
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Lots of people still develop
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>>2697873
fewer do traditional prints though. Easy to develop film at home, but to make prints you need some kind of a darkroom and enlarger.
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>>2697723

the other day i learn all that in one session. at a workshop.

i thought images coming out from clean sheets was movie stuff. or that it was very slow irl. shit pops out immediately, and i thought i was witnessing magic right there.

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posting some photos from my recent trip. would love to know what you guys think!
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Great work man >>2696913
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I TOOK PICTURES OF LEAVES AND I HAVE NO RAGRETS. The American northeast is beautiful in the fall.

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it's so true OP. fuck the haters.

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Stupid question

If I print this on a really nice sheet of paper would I get the same effect than buying the actual goddamn thing?

I mean its like 80 bucks for a piece of plastic, shits insane
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No you won't. You need to calibrate the print first then measure each patch with a sensitometer and account for that in the correct software.
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>>2695529 It's expensive because the patches are matte paint with documented spectral reflectances. If you want to calibrate colours get the real one.

If you are a cheap amateur who would like colours approximately correct get a grey card instead.
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>>2695529
you mostly don't want/need to calibrate on colours. grey will be sufficient. use 160g bleached pulp and print some gray gradients with a laser printer on them. this way you get excellent reference values (be carefull when your sensor is sensible for UV light, though. use a blocking filter or unbleached pulp then).

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Why cant Nikon make a digital FF FM3a (or equivalent) camera?

How much space is actually needed behind the sensor? Is it that they physically do not have space to move the sensor back?

If they put the LCD on the outside of the body (like D750) and could move the sensor back they could keep the F mount for a mirrorless type camera. Who would even want something smaller than this type of camera? What would be the benefit of having 2 mounts and adapting existing F mount lenses if they could just get to FM/2/3 size wouldnt that be the ideal solution to go mirrorless?

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>>2695100
like eos m + ef adapter or pentax k01?
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>>2695100
you mean like sony a7?
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>>2695103

K01.. Why make a new mount + adapter if its possible to do a FF mirrorless with native F mount? Who cares about the wasted space?? Who the fuck wants a FF camera a6000 slim with dslr grip and dslr lenses.. it would be fucking retarded.. Just stick an F mount on there and keep it a usable size.

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Any recommendation , RIT is a good option ??
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are you talking about undergrad or graduate photo programs?
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undergraduate
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i'd say it depends on the kind of photography you're interested in - for example fashion schools have strong photo depts that focus on fashion photography, universities with strong journalism schools likely have good documentary & photojournalism resources, etc. what specifically are you aiming to do with a photography bfa?

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This just in: a fuckload of 220 film.

But i have no current project, ive been so absorbed with work that ive literally no ideas for photos. So, what should i shoot, /p/? other than myself :^)
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Your family.
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Shoot your parents and shoot yourself
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>>2699174
Shoot your sister

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I got my first camera a few weeks ago, these shots are all mostly from my first couple days of shooting. I realize it's all garbage but it'd be nice to get some early feedback so I can know where to aim and what I'm worst at.

Could use some C&C

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Pretty sure they're all auto too, since switched to manual and have gotten considerably worse, but I'm learning a lot quicker

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I wasn't sure what to do with these two in post, everything I adjusted just took away the "mysterious"/"spooky" feel they kind of had.

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This seems to be a favourite, which is weird cause it's one I think looks like shit

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Anon's In Amsterdam. Anyone attended the march?
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Oh God no.
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/pol/'s that way->
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>>2698750
/pol/ is not my intention. Just post your anon img as a reply....

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Guys im torn. Nikon D7200 or the Sony a7? Virtually the same price, leaning towards the a7 for its lowlight performance and compactability, but the D7200 also looks very promising. Just wanted to hear your opinions.

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>>2698646
for the record this is my first camera purchase. looking to go all out on a intermediate level camera without spending too much
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>>2698646
A7 II.

Can't afford it? Get the D7200, the cost of lenses will likely be a problem on the A7 anyways if you can't afford the A7 II.

Also, these questions are better put into the gear thread.
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>>2698646
a7ii.
you can pdaf with canun lens now.

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