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THE REVIEWS ARE IN: The A6300 is the GOAT camera for the next 3 years.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4f2drPwZvo

https://vimeo.com/157848161

The DSLR killer. It competes in wild life, sports, and journalism. It's over for Canon and Nikon.

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It's still a shit ass crop sensor.

Getting an RX-1 instead.
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>>2787721
Unless you try to put a lens on it.
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>>2787727
Just as long as you buy Sony you are good.

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Let's play with a RAW.

The attached jpg is the SOOC. Shot with a D810, so don't be afraid of lifting shadows if you want.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3Sn6QNDm1INaXZWRlpzYkpJSU0/view?usp=sharing

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cool shot, OP. reminded me of saul leiter.

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>>2786379

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any good?

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>If you spend $400 on 36 exposure Fuji Superi 400 ISO packages
>You would have spent only $0.2952 with the Fujifilm XPro1

There is a 99.9262% decrease in price when comparing 36 exposure Fuji Superi 400 ISO packages to 36 photos on a Fujifilm XPro1.

* The XPro1's battery is the Fujifilm NP-W126 Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery, rated for 8.7Wh (Watt-hour).
* In 2011, the average price in the US for electricity was 12 cents per Kilowatt-hour.
* $0.12 = 1kWh to $0.00012 = Wh to $0.001044 = 8.7 Wh
* $0.001044 to fill up the XPro1's battery
* XPro1 is rated for 300 photos per charge
* $0.001044 / 300 = $0.00000348 per photo

* $6.11 (converted from £4.29) for 36 exposures of Fuji Superia 400 ISO on a discount films website.
* $6.11 / 36 = $0.169722... per photo

Seventeen cents per photo on film vs 3 ten-thousandths of a cent per photo on the Fujifilm XPro1.

If you spend $400 on 36 exposure Fuji Superi 400 ISO packages, you would have spent only $0.2952 with the Fujifilm XPro1. This leaves you with $399.7048 to but adapted lenses and accessories, without even considering the price of doing so for film cameras.

The XPro1 can be found used for under $300.

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Okay.
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Good math but just get a Sony A6000.
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>>2785475

Also you forgot depreciation.

Also also, your math would be marked incorrect in any engineering, math or physics course for including that many decimal places. Learn to round.

>Sigma DP Merrill in the post
>snow is absolute beautiful outside
>go take some photos with muh weatherproof camera
>come back and see this

JUST
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That happens to me even when I'm home because my postlady is a lazy bitch who'd rather write a note than go up some damn stairs.
Also, that note says 4/6 '16. I guess the poor fellow misses Summer.
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>>2784342
don't blame him, it's fuckin freezing
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>>2784342
Yup.

At my old apartment i busted the mail guy way too many times stuffing just a note with "you weren't at home, your package is in the post office", without even attempting to ring the doorbell to check if someone would be home.

Luckly my new palce is slightly better, though mail serivce overall has been going down to shit over the years.

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Here's a thread for people new to photography to ask the most basic questions without fear of judgement. The kind of questions that /p/ seems to put its nose up and refuses to answer in any other thread.

There is no stupid photography related questions here. What exactly is aperture? How does exposure time affect the shot? Any recommendations about gear? What can I do to improve this photo?

Any questions like these are ok, so ask what you would like to know and hopefully there will be some more experienced photographers willing to help out those of us who have only recently taken up the hobby.

If annons post photos, please only constructive criticisms

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How do you actually go shooting? Are you planning beforehand what area to go to? Are you doing designated photography tours or do you just carry your camera with you in your day to day life? And are you aligning yourself to lightning conditions like the golden hour?

How do you do it, /pee/? My higher function prevents me from taking it easy.
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>>2782553
Depending on what system you have.

I tend to carry my film rangefinder every time I go for a walk, so if there is something interesting I take a shot.
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What are some good photo projects on Africa? I want to see nignogs in their natural habitat. I searched for a bit, but didn't really come up with anything.

Or are those only available as photobooks?

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Couldn't find a Tumblr thread, so why not?

You know how it works:
> put your url
> give some constructive criticism/comments on another's photos
> try to categorize, if possible

Mine:
http://fiat600affaire.tumblr.com/
> mainly travels, places and friends
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>>2768223
i was about to do almost the exact same thing with the lightbulbs at oslo s when i was there in january. i dont remember why it didnt happen tho. and then i went away the day after. kinda regret that. your photo is nice!

It-dot.tumblr.com
portraits, some architecture. a few mediocre landscapes and street photos.
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>>2768234
photo

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http://lain01.tumblr.com/

what's up m8's

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Ever tried this?
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>>2795633
Stop shilling your shit film Bellamy. Besides, it hasn't even come out yet.
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>Belguim
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it JUST came out

go home japan cuck hunter nobody wants to use a internet personality film double the price of tri-x

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I'm about to get a kit lens for my brand new d7100 until have enough money to buy a 24mm prime or to back to film. Is it worth getting the AF-P? Does someone have it? Are there reviews?

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>>2794602
Gear thread asshole.
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In my experience AFII is the right choice.
Sharp as a razor like most 18-55, great stabilizer, fast and silent autofocus and I like the locking weird thing they added. They are all pretty much the same thing, optics are just slightly better in the ugly-ass, pear-shaped AFII in my opinion.
>>2794609
Fuck off, let people post whatever the fuck they want
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>>2795091
no u fuck off

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I'm going to a family wedding this weekend and found out that there are only 2 family friends (not pros or paid) shooting the wedding. Some of my immediate family and grandparents have told me that I should bring my camera which I don't have an issue with but don't know what the proper etiquette would be in this situation. Can anyone help me out?

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Leave your camera at home.

Why work for free to record the event? Are you not there as a guest of the bride and groom to enjoy the event?
I usually don't equate joy with being forced to lug my camera to a formal event.
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Just be like the guy in your pic and bring an RZ, a tripod, and nothing but Portra 160. Say it's what the pros use, and if people don't like it they can leave you alone. Then go get shitfaced at the bar.

>Anon, these photos are taking too long!
>look, the camera says "Professional" on it, what more do you want?
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>>2794035
Most photographers will recommend you to be an ass to your family, because it would be an insult to them to be asked to work for free.

In my opinion it's completely up to your own judgement though, fuck etiquette.

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could machines ever replace photographers? I mean they could be programmed to do good event photos and such, but more than that?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEjdiE0AoCU
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>>2793674

Yes, although we are far from it.

The question is if they are able to mimic our creativity using AI
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>>2793683
You sure about that?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jLR-_c_uCwI

Just watched the netflix doc on this reclusive nanny that from the look of it everyone thought was a cunt. Is Vivan Maier's work as good as everyone makes it out to be?
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>>2790995
nope
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>>2790995
I have a book of her images. She had a demonstrably good eye for interesting images.
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>>2790995
She's as good as every other famous street photographer from the 60s, she shot thousands of rolls though so out of 150,000+ shots it isn't that wild that she'll have a few hundred amazing ones

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It's the first time I post on /p/. Here 6 pictures of my trip to HK. Feel free to criticize.

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Recently purchased a used panasonic GM1, with kit lens. Good times were had.

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I already have an APSC camera from Nikon D7200.

I have some D lenses like the 50mm 1.8d, 85mm 1.8d, 20mm 2.8d.

Then I got an used Nikon F3.

I was expecting some omgfucking quality.

Bought Fuji Velvia 100 ISO film, then took some photos with all the lenses during daylight.

Paid for some company to develop the film. See photos and the quality is garbage. Nowhere near the huge dynamic range from Nikon D7200.

Also there is so much grain. Film is really disapointing.

Is Film a meme?

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>>2792191
>Bought Fuji Velvia 100
neat
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>>2792191
Film looks good. Digital doesn't look as good.

Also it depends on how the film was scanned or printed.

Slide film is known for having a narrow dynamic range. Use print film if you want dynamic range. Black and white has the most I think.
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Go medium format or large format for image quality.

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i'd rather take /p/ abuse than having tea with grandma

LOMO LC-A - Lomography Color Negative 400

1/?
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inb4 hipster faggot

2/?
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3/?
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