I know I may be asking for much since it's such a subjective topic but can we have a civil discussion on what exactly makes film images look different than digital?
And how could one replicate it with digital cameras in post?
Obviously film records images differently than a digital sensor. But the images we see on the computer were converted to digital with a scanner. So how does the film look carry over to the digital version?
Small format film tends to look blurry/fuzzy and have visible grain but even medium and large format... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2851692 >Obviously film records images differently than a digital sensor. But the images we see on the computer were converted to digital with a scanner. So how does the film look carry over to the digital version?
the same way an oil painting looks fairly decent when captured in a digital photo. you are capturing a flat canvas where all information is stored within a fraction of a mm surface.
scanning a neg =/= photographing reality, some people tend to forget about this little detail.
Hi! I came across this picture and I'm wondering what kind of filter the photographer have used? I do know that the photo has been in either Photoshop or in Lightroom but I still wonder how I get this kind of effect.
Bored late at night here, wondering what everyone has done to get their names/photos out there. I know there are so so so many 'photographers' out there. Most of them just starting out with their Iphones or posting selfies with their DSLR posting about "OMG just became a photographer!" editing them with instagram filters.
I've been passionate about photography for many years and only recently gathered the funds to start buying my own gear instead of borrowing. Has always been an expensive hobby but would love to get my name out there. Would love... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I actually sell camera equipment as well as take photos so when I'm selling I usually use my photos as a demonstration for certain lenses or bodies. Then sometimes I get asked if I could do a photo shoot for that person. Then every so often one person tells another person and before you know it you've got a stream of customers both looking to buy gear and customers looking to have a shoot done. It's especially nice during wedding and graduation season because people will come in to buy a camera for their kid as a gift and end up buying it as well as wanting a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2857238 I don't follow him but from what I've seen he mainly finances himself through workshops. He manages to fill these because he has a personality that people like and I think because the directness of his photographs is something people want to learn.
From what I've seen art jobs are just super competetive. You need to have a style that people like and you need to be able to sell yourself really well.
>>2857238 If you want people to pay you for your photos, then you have to take photos that the people around you will pay for. That's usually providing a service, like shooting a wedding, engagement, senior photos, birthdays, etc. If you want to make money with your knowledge, you have to take your time to give it to people through workshops or something online.
Nobody is going to pay you for photos of flowers and sticks and strangers' backs on the street, and why would they? What are they going to do with that?
I just inherited a Pentax 'program plus' from my mom. She never used it and gave it to me a week ago. I just got it up and running, and am thinking about getting into photography as a small hobby maybe. Any tips or pointers I should know? Also, is there anyone else who is just starting out?
>>2854786 What does overpopulation mean? Maybe that more products need to be produced? But then again, there is an overabundance of products. So, the main problem is even distribution. Right now, as in all of human history, distribution of goods is all but uneven. Systemically uneven. The production unit in pic related is not meant to serve people equally, it is made to produce profit.
Because they probably don't own it unless they are very rich. You would either rent the camera when you needed it for a shoot or it would belong to the agency/company which you work for and which would provide it to you.
And that lens is a cine lens, it's not for photographers it's for movie studios which rent those lenses from rental companies that stock and maintain all that type of equipment.
And why don't you just shitpost in the gear thread instead of making more threads?
The fujinon is a cinema lens, so it would be a rental house or a movie studio that would buy a lens like that and make its money back very quickly.
The hasselblad is a top-tier commercial product that will deliver unrivaled images and blows anything you'd produce from your shitty consumer dslr out of the water. It's something you'd use to shoot a 4 million dollar ad campaign, not the senior photos down in Fuxacousin, Alabama.
I hate myself for starting this thread, but need some advice. I need a wide to normal zoom. Canon fag, have tok 11-16, 70-200f4, 18-55kit lens, 100l. Had a 17-85 that I absolutely hated, so I sold it. I'm need of something to replace this and the 18-55, as that feels cheap and horrible.
Don't care about brand. Constant aperture very much preferred, internal focus preferred, internal zoom would be great but unlikely. Obviously good image quality is necessary.
I am using this older version of Tamron 17-50/2.8 and I like it. http://www.photozone.de/canon-eos/289-tamron-af-17-50mm-f28-sp-xr-di-ii-ld-aspherical-if-canon-test-report--review New version seems to have much worse optical quality.
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