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Hello. I am a new architect and I want to create a 3D digital representation of an Orthodox Church, built in 900-930.
I have measured the geometry with laser and successfully created the model, first in AutoCAD (as you can see, pic related, it's the south facet) and then in 3dsMax.

Now I want to capture the hagiographies and add them to my 3d model as diffuse.
The hagiographies inside the church are painted either on flat surfaces which is easy to imprint or on curved surfaces. The curved surfaces are A LOT and they need to be converted to a flat image in order to add them to the unwrapped model.
I asked in /3/ and they suggested me using a 3D scanner or capture the images little by little with a digital camera.

So, I ask you now here in /p/; what are my options? Can you tell me everything you know about 3D scanners? use, efficiency, price, etc.

I repeat I don't want to capture the geometry, just the hagiographies.

Thank you.

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>>2801416
>So, I ask you now here in /p/; what are my options? Can you tell me everything you know about 3D scanners? use, efficiency, price, etc.
>I repeat I don't want to capture the geometry, just the hagiographies.

this kills the /p/.
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>>2801422
Lol'd cuz it's true
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>>2801416
>I asked in /3/ and they suggested me using a 3D scanner or capture the images little by little with a digital camera.

Why not do this with a regular camera? Take a bunch of pictures and then stitch them together. It will give you a flat image.

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Does this man represent a role model for you, /p/?

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>>2800411
For his photos? No. For his ability to work a model and a room, and his boldness in getting the photos he wants, Absolutely.
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Dude is also shredded for being 51.
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>>2800412
>his ability to work a model ... and his boldness in getting the photos he wants

How does one become war photographer?
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>>2799387
so you watched Whiskey Tango Foxtrot too huh
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>>2799388
no. truth be told, Spy Game turned me on to the idea.
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>>2799390
>Spy Game
>Brad Pitt and Robert Redford
>sick 80's spy stuff
HNNNNNNG I love that movie

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I'm looking to start shooting B&W on film for the first time. My research has led me to the Nikon F100 being a good balance of modern tech and affordability. My question is what advise can you give me on film selection and technique. Also open to any helpful suggestions.

>inb4 ZOMG NOOB ANY 35MM MADE SINCE 1960 CAN SHOOT B&W!!!
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>>2799295
Gear thread, film thread, stupid questions thread...take your pick.
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>>2799295
ZOMG NOOB ANY 35MM MADE SINCE 1960 CAN SHOOT B&W!!!
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>>2799295
The Nikon is only a good choice if you already have a selection of Nikon lenses. Otherwise it's no better than any other SLR body. The body is much less important in film photography than it is in Digital. As long as it can mount the lenses you want and has an operational shutter (and optionally, meter) you're good to go. Lenses and film are where you should be discerning.

Film wise you'd be hard pressed to find a 'bad' b&w film these days. Only the good stuff remains on the market....
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Where does he get the money to travel the world, and afford Leica cameras ?
Not to glorify him or something but he does is awesome. How does he do this ?
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>>2799276
Sponsorship

Leica give him the cameras, he promotes Leica in his at his workshops. Leica use his pictures in their promotional literature as examples of good photography.

People look at that stuff and say to themselves "if Leica think it is good it must be good". They then pay large sums of money to attend his workshops. While they are at his workshops they buy signed copies of his books and 'limited edition' prints. Afterwards they go on forums and talk abut him.

The clubs...
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>>2799276
trustfund babbies
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>>2799276
Kinda unrelated but I kinda like him now, his blog isn't amazing or anything but you can find some pretty good references and links there, and his photography has improved over the past few years his good photos are hard to find (because he likes to flaunt the same 6 images in every blog post he writes) but he has some pretty good shots


Still awkward and weird though

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Got a Nikon D600 with a Tamron 18-270mm lens and a Nikon SPEEDLIGHT SB-700 and just want to do some simple pictures outside in broad daylight. I also want to do a few others inside, do some portraits (lots of windows and natural light What are some settings I could play with to get a perfect picture?

I just put on auto-focus and stand still.
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>>2799263
>outside in broad daylight
Av mode, f/16

>inside
f/3.5 - f/8 depending on the light and desired depth of field
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ISO 800, 1/1600, f/8
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>>2799263
Also, get a better lens. You can't expect good quality across a range that wide. Get maybe a 18-55ish lens for now, you don't need anything wider or longer. A 50mm prime would also be a good idea.

P.S. 18-270 on a DX (1.5x) crop body is equivalent 27-405 on a 35mm sensor/film, pretty fucking insane if you ask me.

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Walking with John Free in the Streets

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ejkd9c9c54E

I'm pretty sure people know about this but i wanted to share his video anyway. was a joy to watch.
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"I hung out with homeless people once." is his whole shtick. Hack.
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>>2800092

"I'm going to cry about it now" (old man crying)
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I like his videos and personality, but the only samples of his work are decades old film scans that haven't been updated.

Without seeing any of his modern photos, I'm not about to give him any money.

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For the first time I'm thinking of actually getting a phone to replace my digital point and shoots.

Can anyone who uses an iPhone chime in.
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>>2798915
>Can anyone who uses an iPhone chime in.
>Hey guys I'm thinking of drinking water as a replacement for drinking diet coke. Can anyone who drinks water chime in?

Every comment you could possibly hope to read is completely obvious. It's smaller. It does more stuff. The image quality is more or less the same. you don't get a zoom lens. You can post to social media instantly. You can process the images more easily and more quickly. You...
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>>2798917
>you don't get a zoom lens
Yes you do ya dingus
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>>2798923
Which iPhone offers a zoom lens?

What's the F of the human eye?
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>>2798880
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=what+is+the+aperture+of+the+human+eye
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F/2.1-8.5. They're pretty fast lenses, but no manual control kind of sucks.
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>>2798882

>he cannot into manual focus and aperture priority

It's like you only use your eyes for looking, fucking pleb.

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Can /p/ give me advice on my photo project ?

I want to start a photo project about everyday users of cannabis because I live in France and it's the first EU consummer as well as the most severe about cannabis laws.The point being trying to change peoples view of cannabis users by showing them that they are ostly nomal people or guys that are tangible reasons to smoke.
I'd like to meet people in their houses , smoke a joint with them and ask general and personnal questions about cannabis use.
Everything will be put together in a book with a portrait of...
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DUDE WEED LMAO
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>>2798849
oh come on pal that'd be another one of these shitty vice 'reports'

'jai suivi des fumeurs de weed pendant trois mois et c'├ętait la plus belle experience de ma vie'

it's a shit subject
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>>2798849
Who wants to see an overwhelmingly biased project? Even though you'd most likely try present your material as positive (since you've already defined your narrative of trying to portray stoners as normal people), I think you'd come across a lot of the bad sides of smoking the plant every day. That would make for an interesting story - showing how everyday potsmokers get by, and how the pros probably just barely outweigh the cons of NOT smoking daily. But unfortunately OP, all i picture is you trying to...
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>friend started raising a kitty
>kept posting pictures of it taken on his iphone
>hey you ever considered buying a proper camera? your kitty will look much better in the pictures
>HUSH YOU ELITIST IT LOOKS JUST FINE THE IPHONE 6 TAKES AMAZING PHOTOS

Somebody please kill me. He's the nerdy kind of person too.

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you don't need a proper camera to take snapshots of your cats

stop being such a sperglord
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Your friend is right

You are wrong and most likely have autism

Next
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iphone 6 is better than some 'proper cameras'

stop being a elitist

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what are your thoughts on it?
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>>2797955
It's nice. But like anything else, it's a tool, not a magic wand.
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Google Nik Collection
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waste of money, waste of bandwidth to even torrent

bunch of shit you can already do in photoshop wrapped up in a that web 2.0 glass interface

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Looking to improve my Linked in and facebook profile pictures but I don't know how much should I be expected to pay. I found a guy with a Hasselblad asking 200$ CAD for 4 pictures re-touched with photoshop. Is that a fair price?

>pic related, his portfolio

Also, I see a lot of friends with gorgeous pictures taken throughout the city. How do they do it? Do they hire a photographer for a day and take pictures of them at any moment?

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>>2797256
Do you like is work?
Can you find someone who can do what he does in the style you like for cheaper?
Can you do it yourself for cheaper?

If you answered the first question yes, then the next two no, then pay the man.
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>>2797259
I don't know shit about photography but I got a Nikon D600 with a Tamron 18-270mm lens and a tripod. Could I acheive similar or better results?

Also, link to the guy's portfolio
http://www.vadimdaniel.com/portraits-headshots/
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>>2797270
>Could I acheive similar or better results?
Yes, but it'll take work and study, along with possibly spending money on different gear.

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What are /p/'s thoughts on Leicas? I just inherited a flawless M3 and absolutely love it. It kind of makes me never want to buy a DSLR.
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>>2796976
They're beautiful, well-made cameras that are fun to shoot with. Film ones are nice, digital ones are decent but expensive so some poor/p/hags are sour grapes about it.

They almost feel like a part of you if you can get good with it.

Use the gear thread next time. Read the sticky before posting.
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>>2796976
The film Leicas are lovely cameras. Holding one and operating one you can feel that it's worth the money. It's the same sort of mechanical, tactile feel as a firearm. My one gripe with them is their weirdass film loading system. Why couldn't they do a swing-door back like literally every other film camera in existence.

The digital Leica's on the other hand really don't fire my rockets. Impractically expensive and really offer nothing more than being the only digital rangefinder on the...
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not really versatile but shines at a really particular type of shooting

think streety travely snaps and some casual portraiture

also prices for digital are nothing but ridiculous, think of digital leica like a sports car that has the function to drive stick but you're not going to use it 95% of the time

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www.jaeger.world
instagram.com/jaeger.world
500px.com/jaeger_
Any criticism is appreciated
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>>2795680
>4.14 MB, 1885x1253
>not able to follow the one simple rule we have
>still expecting to get help
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>>2795698
lol ur kidding right, unless ur living in a third world country & using a dell from 2003 I fail to see the issue. Continue to obey rules of a 4chan board bro, see where that gets u.
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Its a shitty photo of a decent building.
You didn't build that.

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