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I've decided to shoot on some extremely old film. The rolls I have are from about 1989. Does anyone have any good shots from similar experiments.

Even better what is your best guess as to how much I should derate it /p/?
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That film is expired bro, it's useless.
That is unless it was stored 150ft under solid bedrock in a cryogenic chamber.
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I shot some Kodak Gold from 1997 (as a test film on a Minolta Dynax 9xi, I usually use HP5). When processed it ended up black and white, but with no contrast, or detail.
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>>2880306
Don't listen to this guy. You won't likely get any kind of "good" result. But it's fun to play around with. Maybe the fucked up results are what you are looking for.

Try overexposing about two stops and developing normally, expect color shifts and grain.

Enjoy!

Here is some Konica centura 400 expired who the hell knows when

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Hey, /p/.

An older and more expirienced photographer told me to do a series of photos so I decided to do some photo series of my home and my family. I feel like this short series captures the current situation pretty well. I tried to have fun while making it and also put some thought into the images and why I took them the way I did.

You can view it on this website:

http://homee.96.lt

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those are shit, are you shot it on some expired fujicolor with plastic lens camera? cos it looks like that.

first of all, you have to make your subjects appealing, and with zero composition, outoffocus snapshits you actually achieve exact opposite.

you didn't even take an effort to straighten the photos, you lazy dipshit

read more about photography, buy more gear, shoot less.

Welcome to /p/, newfag
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>>2879369
>Zero composition
Where are you even seeing this? These images clearly have common features in how they are composed. I don't care about the rest of your critique because of how mad it made me but you have to admit the images are composed in a certain way. I had a clear idea in mind when shooting.
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cool idea, and it's always nice to see someone on /p/ actually working on their own project, but this lacking so much, OP. technically speaking execution is poor, and there is too little depth - it's too short and random of a series to give the viewer any interesting information about your home and your family, to me this just looks like a few random snapshots you took at home and put together to be honest. try to add more to it man.
also, did you have any intention whatsoever when you pair images together in sets of twos?

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How do I take photos like this? Can I use my entry-level D3300 and photoshop?

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I want to remove my eyes with rusty spoons after seeing that picture.
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In theory, but you shouldn't
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fucking shadows, how do they work?

>shaggy2dope.png

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Hasselblad X1D:

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Woah.

I was thunderstruck the first time I worked with the Pentax 645D files. Can't imagine what this must feel like.
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>>2877850
>>2877940

Just showed this to my normally chill, sweet little wife. Started with the shot zoomed in. Then zoomed out.
>holy SHIT
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What is she thinking about?

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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.
No pointless (brand) arguments and dickwaving allowed! You have been warned!

I repeat, ANYTHING GEAR RELATED goes in here!

And don't forget, be polite!

Previous thread: >>2874276
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>>2876408
A Diana Mini for $35?
I always wanted to try a square format cam but the normal Diana that uses 120 film seems a bit pricier and 120 film cost more.
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Beside the sony a7 line, what would be the best mirrorless camera? Their nex/non FF alphas?
Is it worth to get the a6000 instead of the nex-6?
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>>2876496
Fuji, Olympus, Panasonic
Why mirrorless only? I assume you are the same guy asking around for a few days now, if you are such a beginner why not save your money, get a used entry level DSLR with kit lens and abuse it for a year, then you will be able to decide what system to get into.

X-T2 officially announced.

> 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III Sensor
> X-Processor Pro Engine
> 0.77x 2.36m-Dot OLED Viewfinder
> 3.0" 1.62m-Dot 3-Way Tilting LCD Screen
> Internal UHD 4K Video & F-Log Gamma
> Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity
> 325-Point Intelligent Hybrid AF System
> Up to 8 fps Shooting and ISO 51200
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Official video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e27d1G6jgIg
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I don't understand fujifilm' lineup strategy. How does an xt2 compare to an xpro2? Why do they both exist alongside one another?

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Some of my very new shots

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Hi /p/

What's the difference between these to adapters that should make my Minolta lens work on my pannys?

https://www.amazon.com/Fotodiox-Adapter-Minolta-Olympus-Panasonic/dp/B003EAVULQ
https://www.amazon.it/Fotodiox-Adattatore-Minolta-Obiettivo-Fotocamera/dp/B003EAVULQ

Will the lack of the stabilisation make a great difference?
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>>2872817

>>2870790
plz
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>>2872878
>>>2872817 (OP) (You)
>>>2870790
>plz
plz
>no
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>>2872817
They're the exact same you dolt, the only difference is that one of the links is for the Italian Amazon site

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Hi all - last night I was photographing a local band in a pub and I'm really not happy with how the photos turned out.

The lighting was awful and I had hardly any space to move because of the venue and amount of people sat there. Probably the most challenging event I've shot at because of this.

They also had constantly changing lights on stage, some light but mostly dark so I was thrown of with settings.

That and I only had 15 minutes to shoot! They came on 15 minutes late and I had to be gone.

Anyway enough excuses, I'd like some...
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Everytime i have my friend take photos of me i appear fat as fuck even though i'm almost a skelly (178cm 58kg)

Note that he is shorter,should i place my camera above or below eye level?Should the camera be tilted down/up or something?It drives me crazy
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Things closer to the camera will appear proportionally larger than things further away. This is accentuated when using shorter focal lengths below ~85-135mm, which is why that range is typically used when making portraits.

Assuming your subject is standing straight, shooting at their head level will be flatting for most people. Shooting up will result in large feet and legs, small torso and head, this is not usually flattering for women, can be flattering for men. Shooting down will result in a large head, broad shoulders, slimmer waist and slim/small legs, this is usually...
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>>2879954
I take pictures with my phone,no money to buy a decent camera.Should i use matrix focus or central?I want to stand at the corner of the picture
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>>2879949
You look small as fuck in this, if anything you shpuld wanna look bigger

Wear a tighter jumper if you wanna be skinnier

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So I'm going to invest in my first serious camera. The question I wanted to ask is if B&H in NYC is still the number one place to get optics these days?
I haven't been to their store or bought anything from them. The last time I was there was in 98' with dad when I was like 10, buying something to which I forgot.
The only thing I remeber is that it's not the place to go to if you don't know EXACTLY what you want.

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>>2879729
If you want to buy new, it's fine. I'd compare their prices with Adorama.

But, it's fucking retarded to buy new. If you knew what you were doing you'd get it from KEH.
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>>2879760
Okay usually with electronics I'm leery of buying used. I'll check it out. Not making any illusions here but I didn't go to B&H not knowing what I was doing and get utterly jipped.
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that place is full of jews

Looking to buy my first camera for amature photography but more so for video making. I hear the Panasonic G7 is better than the a6000 for video, but besides the appeal of the a6000 being the compact size and design, am I an idiot for wanting the sony because of the brand?

Panasonic just has a bad connotation in my head. It just sounds old and cheap to me. It's the brand of CRT your grandma had. Sony, their website, their branding, their cameras and lenses, it all just looks good. I feel like no matter what, I'll be slightly dissatisfied with the Panasonic just...
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>>2879525
Use the gear thread next time, senpai.

Yes, it is a stupid reason.

Panasonic makes great products.
I'd personally only get the G7 if you intend on being into video for a while, though.
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>>2879525
G7 is fine. Own one too. Expect to get shat on in photo threads
Prepare to invest a lot in not directly optical stuff, like tripod, mic, audio recorder
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>>2879525
Delete this and post in gear thread, faggot

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Can anyone suggest a cheap/small case for a Leica T (18-56 lens)? Thanks

I'm not buying some $400 leather bullshit.
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Just the lens?
Amazon has tones of decent neoprene cases. Wrap in lens cloth (zeiss brand ones are pretty good and not too expensive)
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>>2879533
Nah the whole rig.
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>>2879524
5$ in your closest superstore.

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I won a blackmagic cinema camera, i don't have a lens for it my dad has this old Minolta 50mm lens, i was looking online at what adaptor i need to mount it to the camera, i honestly know pretty much nothing so if someone could point me in the right direction that would be great this is the adaptor that i think will work https://www.amazon.co.uk/Adapter-Olympus-Micro-Camera-DC116/dp/B008H2HZ7O/ref=pd_vtph_421_bs_t_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=XX111J4P12JX1HEGG1SC

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You need a Minolta/Sony Alpha to Micro Four Thirds adapter. (OM is Olympus OM).
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>>2879276
thank you bro
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>>2879267
>camera noob
>has blackmagic pcc

definitely not a noob camera, youve got alot to learn before you can actually use this camera to its full potential kek

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Lomography announced a new Jupiter3+ 1.5/50 lens for L39 and M mounts.

Technical information:

Focal Length: 50mm
Aperture: f/1.5 - 1/22
Lens Mount: L39, includes Leica M- mount adapter
M-mount Adapter Frame Line Triggering: 50mm frame line
Rangefinder Coupling: Yes
Minimum image circle: 44mm
Field of view : 46 degrees
Flange distance: 28.8mm (L39 mount) 27.8mm (M mount)
Closest Focusing Distance: 0.7m
Filter Thread Requirement: 40.5mm
Lens Construction: 7 elements in 3 groups
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A BOLD, BEAUTIFUL & BRIMMING-WITH-BOKEH RESURRECTION FROM THE ZENITH OF RUSSIAN OPTICAL DESIGN

A Resurrection of Planetary Proportions from the glory days of rangefinder photography
Unsurpassed Character with super-fast performance and incredible low light ability
Handcrafted Construction of solid chrome-plated brass and Russian glass optics
Rich Russian Heritage based on the iconic Jupiter lens
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HANDCRAFTED CONSTRUCTION

With years of knowledge and experience, the skilled and dedicated team of technicians at the Zenit Factory in Russia has produced the lens to the highest quality. In addition to having a modified 0.7m closest focusing distance (an improvement from 1m on the original lens), the New Jupiter 3+ Art Lens is directly compatible with L39 and M mount rangefinder and mirrorless digital cameras, as well as many more using adapter mounts. Constructed from chrome-plated solid brass, the New Jupiter 3+ Art Lens is much more durable than the original Jupiter...
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A combined effort by our experienced team and manufactured at the exact same Zenit factory in Russia as the original, the New Jupiter 3+ Art Lens retains the strong character and Soviet spirit of the original lens — crisp sharpness, smooth, natural colors and lush, dreamy bokeh — while transcending its forbearer in many ways.

In the same excellently compact design and classic demeanor, we recalculated the technical specifications of the original Jupiter 3 to make this extremely special lens far more accessible for today’s photographers. It’s compatible with L39...
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