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http://mikeonthestreet.com/2016/04/26/the-11-stupidest-things-photographers-say-about-gear/

>only 11
>doesn't read /p/

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>>2826120
>my body turns on so it's not outdated
Yeah, it's not like there are other functions of a camera body than it turning on...

An outdated focus system = lost shots.
Outdated metering system = incorrect exposures.
Outdated sensors and noise algorithms = grainy ugly shots, that can't be fixed in post without losing major detail since the camera lost too much before it ever made it to a computer.
Low resolution sensor = maybe picture looks fine at postcard...
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>>2826149

Beat me to it - one of the most retarded points.

I have the original Macintosh 128K from 1984. It can turn on, it's not outdated!! 100% Functional!
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>>2826149
The point usually refers to the fact that it produced fantastic photos when it was new, and it produces the same photos now.

The D810 is a fantastic camera right now. In 10 years, there will be cameras that make it look like a rebel, but in reality, it will still be a fantastic camera.

How do i take a good portrait? I'm trying to take some nice pictures of my siblings for their first communion to have. The only problem is that i'm not sure what the best settings would be and i feel as though my angles aren't too great. I also have an issue on the background that should be used. I have a d3100, kit lenses, 35mm F/2.5 (hard to manual focus well) and 100watt cfl bulbs/ clamp lights that i bought thinking i could use as a cheap light kit.
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you give a middle eastern man space clothes and put him behind an ocean with the debri of his space ship
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>how do i take a good portrait?

>but i dont know how to use a camera, i cant take a picture right, and i cant figure out a background
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>>2826024
You find a good subject, and find a setting that fits with what you're trying to say about them. You then find light that fits the mood of that statement, and arrange it in a way that is flattering to the subject (or unflattering, depending on your goal). You then use your people skills to coach an expression/pose from the person that matches all of the above.

There is no recipe. Being good at art is hard. You have to come up with a lot of it yourself.

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Need a good wireless microphone for my a6300. Any suggestions?
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>>2825767
If it's for blogging outside or recordingstuff like your picture I'd recommend a hotshoe microphone or a wired lavalier instead.

Hotshoe microphones are inherently cheaper, so at the same price you can get a better one, with the extra of being able to record several people with a simple setup and a slightly better noise isolation in windy days.

Wired lavaliers have the ibvious disadvantage but you can multiply the inputs just by adding a cheap 1 to 2 or 1 to 4 jack input adapter to your camera.

Also...
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>>2826852
Sage and redirect to a fucking gear thread, ya dingus
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I have a Rode VideoMic Pro. It goes in the hotshoe or you can put it on a boom.

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jo

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>>2825078
What's the fascination with crazy high ISO?
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>>2825089
"Muh fake film grain"
I hate it so fucking much.
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>>2825095
I'm sure in years to come digital grain will hold the same place in people's hearts as film grain

this guy's just ahead of the curve

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Color fest from icepops

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>>2824943

for fuck's sake, not everything in the world needs to be shot wide open
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>>2825686
what about isis? goofed ya there son
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>>2825686

f/5.6
f/4
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f/2
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JFK

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Critique...
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Posing is cringeworthy. Photo itself has good technical quality.
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>>2824936
lol yeah they aren't models don't worry
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>>2824935
close your legs, move your hand away from face, look classy not faggy. Shit edit but 10/10 framing

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so i previously made a thread with most of these pictures asking for critique. i had not edited any of them and that was strongly suggested to say the least. i got lightroom and watched one fairly basic tutorial and took it to my pictures.

they turned out better than i thought for very minimal effort it felt like. i'd like to have more judgement on these and hear about potential improvements.

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also, how strict is that image size rule posted on this board? i forgot/am too lazy to do that

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a new one, taken a few days ago

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So I ran into the photography of Randy Scott Slavin and these kinds of pictures look so cool and I want to know how I can do this.
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>>2824280

Google tiny planet panorama tutorial.

Flip it upside down before you wrap it around polar coordinates.

Easy peezy, which is why you'll lose interest very quickly.
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>>2824280
Stitch / steal an equirectangular ball panorama, load it in Hugin, make stereographic projection with ridiculous field of view.
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Yeah why are you so interested? Its a neat gimmick, but thats all there is to it, it wares out quickly, like HDR, color splash and other photo memes

here is one i did 5 years ago

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sup /p/

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>>2824149
Sup /r9k/
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Why didn't anybody created an universal lens mount?

Sigma, Tamron, Tokina could create all the lenses from now on to an universal mount.

Then the lenses is attached to an adapter to fit the desired camera.

Then if you have multiple systems, all you have to do is buy multiple adapters for each camera brand and buy only one lens.

Why won't they do it?
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Micro four thirds is the modern example.

There are several older versions, like M42, M39, etc.

The reason you don't see it more frequently is that camera manufacturers aren't really camera manufacturers, they're lens manufacturers. The camera, for the most part, is an afterthought, a reason to get you to buy lenses.
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What was the adaptall mount
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>>2823990
flange distance

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Question: does /p/ think this is shopped? The Mexican govt posted it and has even made a press release saying it is not shopped. Does the Mexican govt really not care at all?
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of course bro. the fov of the background does not match the perspective of the image with people. the lighting is too unbalanced cuz their clothing shouldn't look so bright next to the shady surroundings.

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>>2823494
I know, right! Thanks for the input.
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>>2823488
worst photoshop job ever.

They got the light direction wrong (glaring forehead lights + people with no hard light at all)
They got the metering wrong (completely different exposure for the photoshopped people compared to the background)
Perspective and focal length are obviously both wrong for a group of people that close and a background that large.
If it wasn't kept so intentionally low-res you could zoom in on the bodies and see the fake edges where they were copy-pasted onto the background.

what ever happened to south america half frame dude? those pics were fun

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got any saved?
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>>2823388
i have them all but i want more
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>>2823384
He will post someday again.
Probably is out there taking photos.

Weather is kinda bad right now in Santiago but I dont think that matters that much to take street photos

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Went out to shoot today, found a neat abandoned warehouse/office building. Didn't get inside but the scenery was still nice.

Still new to photography, so honest and constructive critique please.

1/?

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2/?

First attempt using cloning/healing to clear some branches at the top. Noticeable?

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Looking for C&C on these recent photos. I didn't have a theme while I was out shooting so these are just photos from around my hometown.

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Since Ubuntu 16.04 just got released, why not share some experiences with Linux Programms?

I am currently struggling with RAWtherapee and Darktable. I try to decide between the two, but they make it so hard.
When doing anything but editing photos, RAWtherapee seems the one to go. Great file system, browsing, external editor integration, slider organization, saving, exporting, saving different profiles for the same pic, etc.
But when it comes to actually fotoediting it is kinda meh. Many things seem to be done by several different things at once.
Meanwhile, Darktable is the exact opposite. Its filing system is horrible, it spams .xmp files into your photofolders, it can't detect cameras for shit, it doesn't say where it imports to, its menus are barely anywhere to be found and I haven't actually found out how to EXPORT the goddamn pictures yet. Also, it doesn't seem to support several seperate editings of the same photo.
But when editing photos: OH YES. Just slap two sliders, brush over another one and BINGO, perfect. You can even favourite specific modules.

Does anyone have similar experiences with the two? I feel like I am not good enough at this yet to fully understand this issue
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>>2822811
I want to give everyone an example.
Take this file.
I took the duplicate RAW of this and put it in both programms. I first edited it with Darktable and edited a few things. It started to look awesomely battered and the canvas/leather of the shield had a slightly ochre colour while the red painting was still red.
In RAWtherapee meanwhile, I had almost everything emulated to a tee, even the depened shadows and local contrasts, but I just couldn't get the canvas/leather from being a similar shade of red as the paint. Bear in mind, that Darktable doesn't even have seperate colour-curves (or at least I can't find them anywhere), but RAW therapee does.

Is there a good tutorial that can tell me what all these different things like luminosity, chromatiicity, etc. all mean and hwo to apply them?

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>>2822824
>Is there a good tutorial that can tell me what all these different things like luminosity, chromatiicity, etc. all mean and hwo to apply them?
have you tried darktable's user manual? eg:
http://www.darktable.org/usermanual/ch03s04s04.html.php
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>>2822837
Thank you. I finally found the chapter about exporting.
Also, I guess I'll have to learn to live with the sidecar files.

Created this with Darktable.
Somehow I can create images with way larger contrast-ranges with Darktable than with RawTherapee

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