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i just inherited this minolta srt 101 with multiple lenses and while learning how to adjust the system i noticed the lens would just pop out when i tested the different lenses only one would "lock" in place all my lenses are branded as minolta

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>>2866147

FILM THREAD YOU COCKSUCKER.
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Don't mean to be condescending but are you twisting the lenses on properly?

If you are it's probably an issue with the locking mechanism. Should be a relatively easy fix for a camera repairman
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>>2866150
i seem to be for the one that works, for the others the lens release knob does not "click" when i align the others correctly

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How do i get started with night urban photography?I don't know shit about cameras etc. all i know is that i will need a DSLR.
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>>2866078
1. Go to somewhere urban at night
2. Put camera on tripod and point at something you want to photograph.
3. Set camera to aperture priority
4. Press shutter release (2 sec self timer is a good idea
5. Review image, if under/over exposed, alter exposure compensation.
6. Post image on /p/
7. Receive abuse from anons.
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>>2866086
What kind of gear will i need?Exact model of DSLR?My friend has a good one but he's probably shit at taking pics and they appear as if they're from a mobile phone.
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>>2866090
Anything will get you started mate. Borrow your mates camera and have a play, that's the easiest way to learn. You can pick up old canon and Nikon DSLRs for next to nothing with kit lenses to learn with, see if you like the hobby before splashing out a heap of money.

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what does /p/ think of drone photography?
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>>2865746
>what does /p/ think of drone photography?

It can look okay if the lighting is good but it's a bit boring and samey.

Anyway, that's a pic of houses, not a drone
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>>2865746
Ask this guy:
>>2861332
>>2861335
>>2861336
>>2861337
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>>2865746
When done well it can be a great technique, but when people just take photos/videos with no thought and think that they're good simply because they're taken in the air it gets boring/samey very quickly. Taking a photo in the air doesn't mean that boring subjects, bad lighting, lack of composition, etc. magically become irrelevant. OP pic for example is pretty worthless, makes no different that it was taken in the air.

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What kind of camera and film do you need to take pictures like this?

I always see folding cameras and vintage cameras. But the results I'm always disappointed with.

The pictures are always high res and in full color.
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You're in way over your head buddy. Google wet plate photography and collodion process.
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>>2865569
looks complicated
is it more expensive?
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meh...just use photoshop

no one from the 1800s is going to criticize you for it

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Does anyone what camera that is?

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Canon ae-1? Maybe...
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>>2865439
Pentax K-1000
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Either A Canon Ae-1 or Ae-1p with a 50mm 1.4

I'd recognize that lens because of the silver ring around the back. I love mine

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I have another edit (that almost looks the same) of it tell me what you think

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You trolling m8?
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>>2865421
Looks like complete shit.
Just fuck off and don't come back until you know how to take images.
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Thanks guys. Here is the other one.

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What kind of Cameras make people look their best
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>>2865411
Anything 85mm+ (essentially no difference between 85mm and 200mm for how faces look, but anything 15-30mm looks shit for faces) and after that it's mostly lighting (soft lighting for most females, hard lighting for men) and make-up/photoshop.
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>>2865411

85 all day. don't fall for the tele compression meme.
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Depends on the person. For some people the only camera suitable is one that does not work.

In terms of camera, usually the camera is only going to give you options for styles. If you love super shallow depth of field you will want something medium format (or if you are lucky enough large format). If you want to flatten out perspective a 35mm or aps-c with a 200+mm it will give you what has been considered normal or nice since the 1960's. compact cameras are great for accentuating the moment warts and all (this is what a "good selfie" takes advantage of).
Personally I think my next experiment will be with a achromat lens just to see if it is suitable or hipster crap.

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Ask for general help with RAW format and specific RAW editing questions here. Its important enough to digital photography that it deserves a thread.

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Is there a simple way to measure my raw file's true ISO for exposing with a handheld flash meter, without buying one of the ultra expensive raw DR profiling meters?
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>>2865320
I have no idea, so I can't help you, i'm sorry. Why would you want to do this though?
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>>2865320
Just look it up on the dxomark site.

I am completely new to this. I am interested in time lapse videos, but I also want to take pretty picture when I see something beautiful when I hike or climb mountains.

I have been using my phone, but while it is decent, I want a professional device.

Can you please tell me which brands and models to look at? I might get a go pro for when I bike throughout the city,

Also, what is the role of photoshop? I always thought it would be better to look at unedited pictures, but I see lots of posts where they have been edited with photoshop.

I will do lots...
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>>2865293
Any entry compact camera (point & shoot) is better than your phone camera.

>I want a professional device
>dont want to spend thousands
>merely a hobby and a way to capture memories
So, you want a professional camera that is cheap, compact, and with a somewhat portrait/ boudoir/landscape/video capacity?

>So what kind of professional camera am I looking for?
Nikon D40....
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>>2865302
Thank you; I'll post there, and I;look at the Nikon.
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>>2865293
>Can you please tell me which brands and models to look at?

no

>So what kind of professional camera am I looking for?

> this is merely a hobby

>professional
>hobby

pick one

If you want a dslr (google that)
then the kit lens should be fine for you

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Alright, /p/. Last Friday we actually had a pretty decent discussion about ::gasp:: photography. We looked at a portrait of Queen Elizabeth by Annie Leibovitz. We discussed it in relation to her other work, and we even looked at it in comparison to another portrait of the queen by a very, very different photographer.

This week, let's change gears drastically. Let's look at a famous photograph by Stephen Shore, "Sambo's," from his Uncommon Places series.

What do you think of it? Do you love it? Do you hate it?

Most importantly, why do you love it? Why do you hate it? What technical elements do you enjoy? What technical elements do you hate? What are your thoughts on the content? What about the composition? What do you think of the lighting/decision to shoot at this time of day? What about the development/printing?

Now, maybe you hate Stephen Shore. Maybe you love him. That's not what this thread is about. If you want to discuss this photo compared to other work of his, that's certainly acceptable, but this is not a thread for generalized love/bashing. Let's actually discussion, you know, the photograph.

And, as always, ignore the trolls. Y'all did great with that last week. Let's keep it up.

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>>2865206
I find it to be very bland, falling into the "Celebrating mediocrity for the sake of being able to say you're celebrating mediocrity" genre.

It has nice "retro" tones, and obviously unique "retro" cars, which will appeal to us in 2016, but knowing that it was taken back when those were just "tone" and "cars" suggests that those retro feelings were unplanned and unexpected when the photo was taken.

The only real information I'm getting here is that Sambo's was busy at the time the photo was taken, and I'm not sure why I should care about that.

There's a lot of variety in the types of cars present, which is... notable I guess. But is it interesting or visually/informationally pleasant? Sort of, I guess. Not really. To me.

My opinion is that mundane things are mundane, and since my life is mostly ignoring the mundane things because they don't really contain any useful or interesting information, photos of those mundane things are also massively forgettable, and a waste of my time.
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The photograph is great, composition leads you around the photo nicely. A lot of interesting subjects that you can give each the same amount of time to.

Of course that coloring is very pleasing with that kind of washed out saturation that shore always had(what film was he using? kodachrome?)

But what I like about Shore is that hes a photobook artist. It becomes so much more powerful when you flip through this series. Its kind of strange and imo wrong to only focus on one image. I know you said to focus on this image, so sorry.
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>>2865221
>(what film was he using? kodachrome?)
Looking around online, it seems like he switched films a few times, but he pretty consistently seemed to use Kodak C-41 films. So, probably not Kodachrome. This shot's definitely color negative. Some of his earlier stuff was a little more saturated, but it appears he was actually just using cheaper Kodacolor 35mm film.

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does anyone here appreciate the work of Hiroshi Sugimoto? (pic related) I find his conceptual series rather captivating despite the esoteric and simplistic nature of them.

What are /p/s favorite photographers and fine art photogs

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Does anyone know the name of the photographer who did a series of very flat landscapes in Arizona I think it was? I think his last name was something along the lines of Klein. Very german sounding at the very least.
>>2865127
Definitely with you
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>>2865127
Seascape, still life and theater series are good shit. Esoteric and simplistic is right up my alley.
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>>2865305
>Esoteric

?

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Hey /p/ I need help, I'd like to get into photography and I'm not sure what camera to purchase. My budget is around $200, any help is much appreciated.
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You haven't specified what kind of photography you want to so I will just post this.

Olympus OM-1
50mm 1.8
Lots of cheap film and some silver oxide batteries
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>>2864802
$200 budget implies OP can't afford the cost of batteries, film, development, etc. after the initial purchase.

If you want to start doing general photography and don't know what suits you yet, start with a used DSLR and a kit lens.

I first started out on a D70 with the 18-70mm kit lens. That was years back...today you can EASILY buy a D80, lens, batteries, etc. for under $200 USD
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>>2864818 Same guy here.

**CORRECTION**

I first started serious photography (outside of point-n-shoot and snapshits) on a Sony A3000...but I initially bought that for video.

D70 was the next step since used lenses were cheap and plenty, and since the limitations at the time were perfect to challenge a learning photog such as myself.

Pic related, first photo I took when testing the D70 years back

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because fuck you.

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Why does my minolta xg1 shoot ,,longer,, photos, sometimes? It happened on 2 ocasions. Instead of the whole normal film ratio i get this... i am just curious

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>>2864570
cool snow.
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>>2864611
Apreciate it. Snow has been cool since the world has been created...
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>>2864570
desu man this seems absolutely impossible to me. No way a normal 35mm cam could do panoramic without that stupid cropping shit, right?

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Post your Black and White pic and rate at least the Photo above! (X/10 with reason)
Go!
PS: Sorry, too lazy to scale it down to 1000px.

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>>2863973
muh fumes/10

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>>2863979
light poles/10

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muh street portrait/10

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