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Welcome to /p/ Photog 05/02/2020 (Sat) 06:10:18 No.4 [Reply]
Hello there buddies and welcome to /p/, the board dedicated to all things related to the visual time machine. I want to mention i'm going to try my best to be as off-hands as i can be regarding discussion to exert the max comfiness possible, but we are still bound to follow our hosts' rules plus some comments of mine: 1. Follow the global rules, which are based on the Romani 2012 Criminal Code. They can be found at our Home page but in short they state that we should: a) Avoid posting or requesting information that might harm something or someone, these include social security and/or financial card numbers, registration plates, an asshole's physical direction, comprehensive government structures' layouts, etc. b) Avoid posting sexually suggestive images of individuals from the genus Homo that were under 18 years old, or might appear under said age without ID confirmation, when the images were taken. b.i) In this segment images of "juveniles simulating sexual behavior in a credible manner" are also included, meaning realistic 3D renders are prohibited. Such are the drac laws. - Because of what constitutes "suggestive" is a subjective matter, the "Bas" Dost test can be performed by a judge (in this case the BO or A.C's administration). - It contains 6 questions or factors that constitute if the poster is guilty or not, the number of positives to give such judgement is where the controversy begins but to keep it simply i'm going to state that: If it is suspicious that's a spoiler, if it turns me or a G-Vol on that's a delete, if it is highly arousing to any man then that's a ban - The difference between Grigori Galitsin and Garry Gross is the legal team, you might back that up under U.S. law but this site is based on gypsy land, so we reiterate an urgent appeal to avoid these images. 2. Spoiler gore or NSFW content because Canadians and Australians might bug and harass our host's administration if otherwise. We are currently classified as NSFW but the eternal leaf still doesn't care. 3. Do not spam gore/porn/nude oeuvre made to incit a normal sexual reaction due to the aforementioned reason. - I will consider "spam" the action of posting more than 5 times something tertiary to the topic at hand or from the reply chain. - If the topic IS nudes or something very related (the oeuvre of a specific photographer specialized in that, for example) then this rule does not apply, but Rule 2 still does. 4. Do not post invite links to Discord groups. Just Don't. 5. Meta content should be posted here >>2 to make things faster and cleaner for all of us.

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Designated Gear Thread Photog 05/22/2021 (Sat) 00:23:06 No.193 [Reply] [Last]
Dreaded but necessary, this is the spot for discussion towards the hardware and perhaps some of the software. Lenses, cameras, tripods, belts, grub, you name it.
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>>392 >How cheap are you finding it? Saw it for 1100, 1800 is pretty steep i agree, i rather have a Z6 II for that money or downright a K1 with 800 to spare on lenses or buying second copies of the ones i already own to convert them to K mount >K-1 II Speaking of which that's the camera that made me learn some companies put tons of baked processes on the RAW files, even the lax reviewers noted it. Strange because the Mark I is such an excellent RAW maker when i checked samples. The K3-III also seems to have been lambasted by the same problem, it seems to fall apart at 6400 if pushed a bit according to the bipolar chinaman channel. >D780 Thought they were more expensive, the retail when it came out was pretty high. Some days ago i sold a lens review soon i hope to a dude who has one, he saw my D... 700 and said the 780 felt like a toy compared to mine :^), still it has the Z6 sensor so it is much superior when pushing around but i remember very well the DPReview test comparison and finding the 750 vs. 780 very unnerving, they are technically very comparable but the image quality was very different, i want to think they fumbled the WB and a cloud shaded the 750 footage, but even so the clarity/sharpness seems different. Damn it i just want one body or at least one mount with two different enough cameras, if i really had money to blow even the Leica seems questionable because all the lenses are too big for their own good, caging and gripping the body for pro video would need something extra to make the thing not so front heavy to not force the mount ring. >I highly doubt there's much of a difference Yes not a lot but that special array does seem to erase the corner problems many adapted lenses have, e-mount suffers a lot while Z goes without vignetting and the Leica SL's even preserves some of the sharpness too. In terms of colour rendition yeah it probably goes more into the glass than the sensor. Like you said the CFA also reflects this but i recall some D700 facebook group mentioning some sensors prioritizing or doing some software shit about pairing and "supposing" the colours in the bayer differently, with the D700 being very picky and leaving decent results which they called "good colour discrimination", lol that's why i remember it. I suppose if the SL really does have that edge it would probably be because it uses a processor different from the S1 series. Who knows i just want to shoot video on FF damn it, realistically speaking i will probably end up with a future Z body (or used Z6 II with paid ProRes factory firmware already in) or the Z9 itself in a bunch of years from now. >I even like them sometimes lol. Me too but it's like eating vanilla sponge cake every day, it gets old pretty fast to capture or see, even if it has strawberry marmalade or a drop of hazenlnut italian ice cream. >Eg-S Yes, the "Super precision matte" one, that's the spice. I was recommended that one too by the giannis namefag i think for fast ass glass. Originally like i said on tvch permabanned/IP ranged a couple of months now because americans can't handle banter i wanted the split-prism but it does get dark after f6.3, i can withstand a dark viewfinder because i usually shoot with polarized sunglasses on like a madman but it does lose purpose when the split-prism itself turns jet black. >writing something I can film with my resources isn't easy

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>>395 >Saw it for 1100, 1800 is pretty steep i agree, i rather have a Z6 II for that money or downright a K1 with 800 to spare on lenses or buying second copies of the ones i already own to convert them to K mount Based choices, I bet the Z6 II makes a good video platform too. >Speaking of which that's the camera that made me learn some companies put tons of baked processes on the RAW files, even the lax reviewers noted it. Strange because the Mark I is such an excellent RAW maker when i checked samples. The K3-III also seems to have been lambasted by the same problem, it seems to fall apart at 6400 if pushed a bit according to the bipolar chinaman channel. Interesting. It all comes own to the mage processor, the RAW file isn''t a mere reading of the sensor. I thought the Ii was cleaner though, interesting to hear that. Couldn't it be some setting? >Thought they were more expensive, the retail when it came out was pretty high. Some days ago i sold a lens review soon i hope to a dude who has one, he saw my D... 700 and said the 780 felt like a toy compared to mine :^), still it has the Z6 sensor so it is much superior when pushing around but i remember very well the DPReview test comparison and finding the 750 vs. 780 very unnerving, they are technically very comparable but the image quality was very different, i want to think they fumbled the WB and a cloud shaded the 750 footage, but even so the clarity/sharpness seems different. That's weird too. I was pretty sure D780 was about as good as it gets without going all out for the D850. >Damn it i just want one body or at least one mount with two different enough cameras, if i really had money to blow even the Leica seems questionable because all the lenses are too big for their own good, caging and gripping the body for pro video would need something extra to make the thing not so front heavy to not force the mount ring. How big are we talking? Camera mounts can usually take quite the load as long as they're not Sony plastic ones. >Yes not a lot but that special array does seem to erase the corner problems many adapted lenses have, e-mount suffers a lot while Z goes without vignetting and the Leica SL's even preserves some of the sharpness too. In terms of colour rendition yeah it probably goes more into the glass than the sensor. Like you said the CFA also reflects this but i recall some D700 facebook group mentioning some sensors prioritizing or doing some software shit about pairing and "supposing" the colours in the bayer differently, with the D700 being very picky and leaving decent results which they called "good colour discrimination", lol that's why i remember it. There's a matrix of values that are applied to get the final color and that can be altered and affects the end result, but even then it can't fully replace a proper strong CFA. The D700 also has that mod that makes it more D2X-like, right? In all likelyhood it changes the matrix a bit. >I suppose if the SL really does have that edge it would probably be because it uses a processor different from the S1 series. Who knows i just want to shoot video on FF damn it, realistically speaking i will probably end up with a future Z body (or used Z6 II with paid ProRes factory firmware already in) or the Z9 itself in a bunch of years from now. lol, I went full frame for video but only because I'm a poorfag and going wide is cheaper on FF. APS-C is roughly Super 35mm and pretty much ideal, but I'm concerned with avoiding the "DSLR aesthetic" that comes from overdoing the toneh. ProRes is definitely worth it, it accelerates your workflow like pretty much nothing else can, while retaining near-RAW levels of information. >Me too but it's like eating vanilla sponge cake every day, it gets old pretty fast to capture or see, even if it has strawberry marmalade or a drop of hazenlnut italian ice cream. lol, fair enough.

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Best I could get with the Cosina 100-400mm f/4.5-6.7 and a 5D Mark II. I have ordered a 2X teleconverter, I hope it works well.
>>400 Heh, the digits match the focal length. Forgot to say that's a 100% crop. 1/100s, f/11, ISO 6400 on a tripod.
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>>400 >>401 Got the Kenko Pro 300 2x DGX, works great. 1/50s, f/20, ISO 6400 on tripod. This is after adjustments in Lightroom, upped the contrast a lot but took the highlights down a bit and corrected the chromatic aberration too. I also went back to the pic in >>400 and tried applying the same settings, it came out a bit better than the one I had posted but still nowhere close to the teleconverted one.

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Names at the Exhibition Photog 05/03/2020 (Sun) 05:18:16 No.14 [Reply] [Last]
Let's look into some of the famous, and not so famous, photographers' works to get some inspiration, ideas or entertainment by looking at some of their pictures in small dumps. Also serves as a way to force myself into enjoying this hobby without a camera. Anything goes as long as you like it enough to expose it, in my case i will post some of them once in a while in a constant format.
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There's some overused trends nowadays and the last two ones here follow them but in its specific context i think they work very well, this guy's very good. I'll check him further, thanks anon.
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>>150 Damn it's been two years now, been hoarding pictures but never writing about them. I found some more from Ikko Narahara so here goes: These ones from his Zen, Domains and Sumo/60's Japan days
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These ones from his Spain book Grand Tarde
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Some more from Europe, from Where Time Has Stopped and i think the Venice book from the late 80's but i am not too sure. And the cover for one of his books, Tokyo, the 50's, that's that, not many scan books i see lol. More subjects to come i hope, work is busting me.
>>405 That first pic is amazing

Merry Christmas Photog 12/25/2020 (Fri) 19:49:08 No.175 [Reply]
Merry Christmas from /co/!
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>>175 /co/ is like a slightly less gay version of reddit.

Street Photography Photog 08/18/2022 (Thu) 02:53:06 No.397 [Reply]
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>Why is it so comfy? Is it? Having studied it a bit and practiced the modern version for giggles i find it emotionally exhausting, at least for me, because i think it requires very little skill to pull out as it depends mainly on luck and the little aforementioned abilities in knowing about shutter speed results and how to press a button, not even proper exposures because you can hide a bad acquisition by using chiaroscuro compositions or downright applying grain as an artistic decision/excuse because for some reason it is still the norm to convert most compositions into monochrome. It does require skills at times but those are social and depend mainly on disarming tense situations and/or suppressing the shame when flashing people on the street, if you have a slight amount of respect to your fellow denizens this becomes difficult because it is obvious some people dislike being taken a picture of especially in candid situations when they are eating or doing stuff without wanting someone checking on them. Then you also end up going into the moral artistic matter of seeing inconsistent/out-of-your-hands situations being the main gist of the composition/subject/message which you cannot replicate without hiring models in specific situations and places, this is degrading to how you consider your own skills because you depend on something else not yourself to have a good day in terms of acquisitions, and you also end up spraying and praying more than actually composing scenes which ultimately causes mild impostorism if you are used to doing and achieving more traditional stuff. I think it is a genre much more enjoyable to see than to go out and create, and ultimately the usual and even above-average results are not really that endearing particularly if you ended up doing them yourself and comparing them to other work of yours which demanded much more effort. I haven't analyzed in deep introspective the kind of person who enjoys doing this type of photography but preemptively i think they are not very swell to be around with although there might be exceptions of photographers who are actually fascinated with the prospect of being stealthy and able to capture scenes without anyone noticing, like a ghost, and genuinely feel bad when they get caught and called out. Also Tokyo/almost any japanese city is like a cheat code in terms of this kind of activity due to their citizens' common place passivity and politeness along with well-kept and safe environments, i dare those easy going photographers going into Haiti, rural latin america or industrial eastern europe and attempt doing the usual street and see how they fare, high-level street photography with actual fast operating skills with a decent amount of acquired charisma/diplomacy are required there and those who usually pull those out are called photojournalists aka a real job In the video fella's case even the japanese chauffer was getting pissed and did a stare down at him for repeatedly taking shots of the car while he was waiting in the middle of street; to cross someone who's job is to be quiet and patient, in a place like Japan, is a testament on how people see these practitioners and a small window into what it feels like for a photographer to be seen as a pest by either people you share paths with everyday or foreigners pondering when are you leaving, at best because you usually get confronted if you are not using uniform from an agency. Although have to say aside from that part he was very conservative and minded his business, the same cannot be said about the cameraman who went into people's tits and got honked several times for strolling around like a rooster. >Nikon Z9 + 40mm f2 Mad jelly here, that setup does make me feel more puzzled at the photographer, the camera is hard to get but doesn't fit the job at hand in terms of the usual customs. Or am i too negative :^)
>>398 Not OP (zoom zoom guy here) but I think it helps to realize that some of the street photography "greats" actually staged much of their stuff. That said I despise most street.

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Your Pictures Thread Photog 05/02/2020 (Sat) 06:02:51 No.3 [Reply] [Last]
Post pictures that you've taken to share them with other anons. Talk about the things you like to take pics of and what camera you use. I'll start. I use a Lumix FZ48, and I like to take pictures of nature, and I want to get into more Urbex pictures.
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>>377 Thank you anon! I'm afraid I have no idea what that star is, not even after trying to check on Astrometry. It did pick up on other stars from the uncropped pic but not that one.
>>376 I agree, it's too pretty not to use the strong blue to contrast that saucy good red there. I saw the blood moon after work but didn't shoot, too tired to pull the camera out. >a rubber band to keep it at 400mm wat, is the Cosina giving you some slack now?
>>380 It was pointed upwards so there was some zoom creep. It always had some but if you're not carrying it vertically it's no issue for normal shooting.
>>381 I thought the push-pull stuff was mostly the creepers, being that the AF rubbergripped zooms of the mid 80s and early 90's always felt sticky and not uniform in their mechanisms i thought they did not creep. Must've been a pain in the bitch to set, i really like the colours so it was a good choice.
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>>382 Oh, this one is a push-pull zoom, don't get me wrong. I also got a 28-135mm Canon recently that regrettably creeps despite being sticky in the way you describe and not being push-pull, it was sort of disappointing but it's nice in other ways (namely the stabilization). I'll be reviewing it soonish. Unlike the Cosina, there's no easy rubber band hack to use precisely because it's not push-pull.

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Film stock Photog 05/01/2020 (Fri) 15:48:16 No.1 [Reply]
What's your guys' favorite film stock?
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I don't shot nearly enough film to have a favorite stock. I used some HP5+ 400 and liked it, but I wouldn't call it my favorite because I have nothing to compare it to.
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>>290 Same here. Just got into film and photography in general so I don't really have a preference. Just got some ektar for the first time so I'm hoping its good. Or at least better than the colorplus I was using.
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For me right now, just whatever is cheap and available. I stocked up on a few boxes of Superia 400 (all that the local pharmacy had) for much cheaper than I could find it from photo retailers or scalpers. And I've gotten good images in the past from it, so it's good enough for me.
>>358 Nice pic, there's some funky reel square stuff on top right? I don't know much about film so i don't know if that's supposed to be there.
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>>359 I think it's either a very minor sort of light leak, or, more likely, surge marks around the sprocket holes from the lab. This was on 35mm film. I don't think it's a light leak because the area is darker there which would indicate less light. But I'm also not entirely sure how this would happen at the lab. It might have something to do with my scanner. Still pretty happy with how it turned out.

Photography Digital Resources Photog 05/20/2020 (Wed) 11:48:55 No.36 [Reply] [Last]
For the betterment of our users we shall proclaim a small library of resources like PDFs and videos. This is the place to share personal ways, known names, discovered channels, own documents and particular files that can enhance our abilities in this hobby. But due to concerns regarding the hosting size made clear to me by our admin we should upload them externally via media share sites or, in the case of videos, refer to a site or quick way to get them. Pretty simple activity but i do recommend using trusted filehosts, obscuring names, using passwords and other assorted privacy measures to avoid bots or crawlers from taking content down. I mean we are not sharing anything illegal and we sure are not pirating anything either but it's best to be reserved :^) From my part i just finished organizing and uploading a bunch of stuff you guys might find helpful. I will make a post for each theme and probably recommend one or two documents from that batch, i haven't read much other than the stuff i bought but i will try to make the best bet from what i've gathered in the many previews i did, otherwise you can check the list and see what you fancy as there's probably the high chance i might've missed a golden standard or just very good document. I still have many files left in reserve and will post the topic names if anyone is curious or needs some, honestly those didn't get up because i got tired and rushed to gather essentials.
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>>215 Neat, bookmarked.
>>217 >The specific message/screencap is: And it isn't there anymore, now i have gone and done it. Did you clean ranges? It may have been an overly wide range we banned a few days ago that blocked even some of the mods, probably unrelated to whatever you posted on /dunk/. >So it is you, then you probably remember that thread, you slammed some of us there. I'm one of the many who do moderate /dunk/. It may be a VPN with a node near you. >Come on now, i am not going to say they don't ask for it but come on now, unless everyone at other places are making stuff. I mean for the majority of users. You have to be trying really hard to get banned, lol. We don't enjoy banning. It's something we do when someone forces our hand. Also if you have a dynamic IP (it seems that way from the way your IP is constantly changing) there's a chance it had recently been abused and registered in an anti-spam spam list. In any case I'm glad to have you back.
>>214 >You mean stuff that should not be touched? i can somewhat understand that but Sneed is not something i would think to be a priority. That actually sounds hilarious the more i think of it but i am suspecting i didn't quite get what you were saying. It wasn't Sneed on its own. It was "street snapshots" and speaking in a positive way about landscape, lol. Thread is still up, 3882709. They got super defensive about it. >The derangement hypothesis is not an idea of ours after all, it really is an actual thing. They didn't like my comment about brits either heh. The place has been overtaken by lefty faggots, who happen to have some of the sacred cows mentioned above. I think I'm going to tell them something they like is burgueois at some point in the future to see how they react. They're a fun lolcow to prod. >Fully, i didn't back there yet i had 3 around here (one got canned at Julay). Mark didn't restore anything unless he had something to win, it's a miracle how /p/ there got restored but nobody other than Exakta returned, oh and me to talk about this place but they deleted my post. Supposedly the guy in charge of doing the actual restorations was Codemonkey and Mark just handled the emails. Mark claims he protested when Codemonkey started deleting backups back when they decided "phase 1" was over. The entire ordeal left a very sour taste in my mouth because of the lack of transparency. They didn't even give me a backup to deploy elsewhere when I requested it (admittedly too late, had I known I'd have backed up long before shit went down).
>>66 >>69 Fucking hell now the files have been taken down in AnonFiles, can't log-in there either for some reason too. I'll look where to upload them later on, Mega is good but they are supposedly bit rabid with the storage and duplicate account thing.
>>254 How many GB are we talking about?

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/p/ Meta Thread Photog 05/02/2020 (Sat) 05:01:50 No.2 [Reply]
A place for all things meta regarding our small dark room. Suggestions, banners, board exposure plans, they go here. Be not afraid to comment.
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>>302 Hallo there, "happy" 2022, i am having a really rough time due to new lockdowns shitting everything but at least i am still in the game of life. Taking pictures too but some stuff got in my way from taking many more i planned. >was the catalog always this small? I am seeing all the threads i recall, some have lots of different content so maybe you recall a specific part of them, also there has been some good conversations in the webring about photography so maybe also a memory from some of those came around. I still wonder where some of the cool photogs went, webring died a bit in these holidays and if some are having the same problems then no wonder, the game scaled in difficulty lately, i feel this sense i haven't felt in a long time that shit is going to get nasty soon-ish in terms of traditional social functioning and flow. But hey, as long as we can take pictures of it!
>>304 Are those pics yours? Loving the second one. >also there has been some good conversations in the webring about photography so maybe also a memory from some of those came around. That could well be it. >I still wonder where some of the cool photogs went, webring died a bit in these holidays and if some are having the same problems then no wonder, the game scaled in difficulty lately, i feel this sense i haven't felt in a long time that shit is going to get nasty soon-ish in terms of traditional social functioning and flow. Even on 4cuck things aren't as active as they once were. At least here we have some quality lol.
>>308 >Are those pics yours? Yep, that second one was practically a bargain bin shot but after learning some tricks about erasing reflections from windows (had to due to shooting so many moving vehicle co-pilot pics) i managed to salvage it, the shadow play ended up being pretty dramatic which cannot be seen that much in the color version. 12 years ago too, been cleaning old stuff before delving into purely recent images, have to cut the teeth with the backlog. >Even on 4cuck things aren't as active as they once were Can happily say i haven't checked them in almost two months but i do wonder what they are up to, some people there are worth the hassle but they visit every long while. Hell, now that i think of it i haven't talked to any of the IG folks i added from there, might even invite some over here but let's see, i don't doubt they only posted there to get dem numbers so i guess i will look if some post their stuff in threads to then make a sensible suggestion. Here's others to get pics going on, this time some digishit antics.
Glad to see this board's still around.
>>312 >Yep, that second one was practically a bargain bin shot but after learning some tricks about erasing reflections from windows (had to due to shooting so many moving vehicle co-pilot pics) i managed to salvage it, the shadow play ended up being pretty dramatic which cannot be seen that much in the color version. 12 years ago too, been cleaning old stuff before delving into purely recent images, have to cut the teeth with the backlog. Hey that's nice! >Here's others to get pics going on, this time some digishit antics. I like that the second one kind of has that instant camera aesthetic going on but I guess I also prefer your more traditional ones. You do you, though.

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Infinity Cup poll Photog 04/22/2021 (Thu) 19:09:29 No.185 [Reply]
Hey guys, /icup/ here with a question on how we're going to handle the next iteration of the Infinity Cup ( https://anon.cafe/icup/ ) We're trying to poll whether certain boards are interested in playing in the cup, or if there's some specific team that you'd like to see play. If you want to, please answer or add your own answer to the poll in https://poal.me/6x3j1u

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