>>2800091 Hi, and welcome to /p/! You'll get the hang of things here in no time, and find us all a friendly and agreeable bunch of folks. To understand threads here in full and avoid getting called out for asking silly questions, learn the relationship between ISO/aperture/shutter speed, the basic rules of artistic composition, and the fundamentals of image post-processing (photoshop).
Then, try eating something with a LOT of artificial colouring in it and throwing up outside on a sunny day, to get something that... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2800091 >What should I know as a newcomer to /p/ ?
1) The board is very harsh. 2) Not everyone knows what they're talking about. Take everything you read with a heap of salt and do your own research when you can. 3) 99% of the basic shit of photography is in your camera's manual. Almost everything else will be on wikipedia or in the first five hits on any relevant google search. 4) Most bloggers aren't reliable sources of information. 5) Youtube is a dead end.
So... any advice for it, what would be a recommended lens? filter? i feel like something is missing in my photos, maybe i just always fuck it up with the iso/shutter configuration and poor post procesing.
i managed to get some photo passes for diferent festivals this year so.. i want to improve.
>walk around with a larger than average lens >like the 100-400 >get weird looks or wide eyes >Have had people ask if I'm with National Geographic >Bird people go up to me and ramble off names of birds and I nod and pretend to be intrigued and know what he's talking about
I didn't know it would be like this.. although I am in kind of a redneck area so that might just be it.
>your friend is beginning in surf leagues >'can you take some pics of me surfing?" >nikon D7000 + teleconverter 2x + 80-200 af-s f2.8 >people start to get around me and looking to the water searching for who I'm taking pictures >'from which magazine / brand do you work for?' >'who are in the water?' feels nice
>>2799266 >go to uni, realize a few owls are regularly perching on a nearby tree >interesting >pack my camera bag, including the 400mm handcannon >very small room left for actual lecture stuff >get to campus, slight drizzle >notice two owls, calculate best angle >get inside, get the camera out, put on handcannon Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Go into Belfast City Centre for St. Patrick's Day >Always a bit of unrest after the parade between Loyalists and Republicans >Start snapping shots >Shithead teenagers think they're going to be on the news and start acting up
>Go to Holylands area that evening where there's often rioting by drunken students >They all want their photo taken and strike exaggerated poses... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Going to dump 15 shots from this week. Im pretty happy with how they turned out, maybe some are a little soft. I had to shoot wide open (2.8) on most because the lighting was really dim. Critiques are more then welcome. Been shooting for 6 years, still trying to find my niche.
thinking about starting a studio in my home for filming livestreams. I have a vision with multiple camera angles and accompanying audio. I have no equipment yet, and I need to set up an A/V interface for what I want to do to sync all the streams. I'm obviously new to this area and just need suggestions on what sort of video equipment I may need for my vision. basically a 3 camera set up, an over head view and 2 other cameras for closeups. the overhead will probably be a gopro. I'm thinking I'm probably going to need a channel board (again I'm new), but not sure where to even begin with that.
I know this may not be the place for this question, but google hates me.
I shot this wiht my dads 7D while we where on a walk in the forest. Ive decieded to get my own camera for uni and im looking at a 50d or 6(50)D. My dad has taught me some stuff so i know some photography so whats the best for my first own dslr?
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