What's the deal with these expensive Leica cams?

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Are they worth it?
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All photography

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Good, bad and the ugly...or anything cool.
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Do any cameras write to flash drives?

/fgt/ - Film General Thread

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provia 100f edition

Old thread: >>3416932
All film photography related questions and general discussion on film photography is to take place in this thread.
Analog, 35mm, 120 medium format, large format, C41, E6,B&W, developing, scanning, labs, darkroom etc.
Feel free to post photos, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you like the new ektachrome
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Dear /p/.

Since last few months I slowly try to learn how to make photos and I would like to kindly ask you few questions related to those tries. I was practicing lately on plastic models I also do and Im unsure about pretty much lot of things.

1) How to figure out what kind of light source would be best in certain situation and how to prepare it? At first, I was using only natural light, shooting during summer in mid-day, using light coming from the window. During autumn and winter, I switched to LED light and light bulbs. Which one is better? LEDs I use are small ones that gives sharp, cold light, which of course gives mysterious effect but its very weak. At the other hand, light bulb gives warm light that fills up whole model, however lightens up surroundings as well (camera usually catches everything in yellow but just slight change to color temperature in darktable fixes this). Lately I experimented a bit with attaching sheet of tracing paper in front of both LED and light bulb (after noticing that my first external flash I bought have similar sheet attached) and as a result, light became somewhat more soft if I can use that word. Is this desired effect?
2) How can I make photos appear more lively? I mean, first look right away tells the viewer that they are looking at static plastic model. For example, pic related looks kinda static to me. How can I create illusion of catching one in the middle of movement? Basically the only ones that looks okay are where model is placed at not moving pose.


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/gear/ - Get the fucking Pentax, gearfag

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The fucking Pentax edition

This is the thread where we discuss everything related to gear including your stupid questions about gear
Previous thread >>3419217
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Memory card readers

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>his big computer case doesn't have a an internal memory card reader
Daily reminder that 5.25" bays are extinct from modern atx cases and even with a big pc tower you are on the same level of dongle adapter shittery with Macbook Air user.

Do you have internal memory card reader or even free 5.25" bays?

inb4 connect your camera to your pc with cable
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Post vintage erotica photography

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these are exotic postcards from late colonial era 1890-1910s from Morroco and Algiers made by french(surprise!) photographers
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Photography related feels

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>commuting from A to B in car
>see amazing compositions and subjects everywhere
>already too late to stop and walk back with camera
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phoot

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looking for review of my photography work. thank you

https://somethingsecular.com/gallery/
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