Disk space woes. and yes, posting links is STILL broken due to some issue with recaptcha that I can't fucking figure out.

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Recent Photo Thread

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post ur recent snapps heer
resize ur shit n read teh sticky
Image Created2017:11:04 22:36:51
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our deepstate govt.

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where are the trillionaires willing to use their resources to fight the corruption in washington im willing to fight even if it is hand to hand to get my country back from tyranny
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Good evening, /p/

My busy season is slowing down so it's time to post some of the new stuff. As usual, it's going to be a mix of images from the past few months. Had a very busy summer and then had nearly 6 weeks of autumn between Canada, Colorado, and Utah.

I'm going to start with a twilight shot from my last day of backpacking in Canada. I've found that Velvia 50 has a very surreal way of rendering this brief window of predawn light, and it only seems to work if you get up into high altitude and have a towering mountain that will catch the light at the right angle. This is about 30 minutes before the actual sunrise, and for just about 5 minutes there is enough light to pull off a Velvia exposure. After that window the sky gets too bright and washed out and then the mountain will get dark and lose the apparent side lighting. The result is about a 2 minute exposure that captures some of the true colors, albeit with a bit of a warm and purple shift in hue.
Image Created2017:10:19 08:27:04
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PhotographerAlex Burke
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Equipment MakeNewcolorV2 3.0399980545 1.0399981737 2.959997654 2.959997654 0.47498983145

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Where did this "You should shoot JPEG if you're a beginner and RAW when you're more experienced" meme come from? How are you supposed to learn proper post processing if you shoot JPEG?
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Editing Practice Thread 4

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This time there's two options: an interesting portrait and a landscape.

large jpeg: http://www.mediafire.com/file/ftalf18efpd26jb/old_lg.jpg
raw: http://www.mediafire.com/file/3x3kthppo8p4nsr/_MG_5912.CR2

- resize to 1000px at the longest
- if you're interested in feedback from me, mention you want feedback and describe what you were going for with your edit.

I'm always looking for for quality landscape, cityscape, nature, or animal raws. If you'd like to contribute and are ok with the board working on it and possibly using it in their editing portfolios, please send it to [email protected]
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Exposure Time1/160 sec
White BalanceManual
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Focal Length67.00 mm
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Image Height800
Camera SoftwareAdobe Photoshop CC 2018 Windows
Image Width575
ISO Speed Rating100
Exposure Bias0 EV
Camera ModelCanon EOS 6D
Exposure ModeManual
Scene Capture TypeStandard
Vertical Resolution240 dpi
Lens Aperturef/9.0
Exposure ProgramManual
FlashNo Flash, Compulsory
Equipment MakeCanon

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Anyone know where i can get a super 8 kodak camera?

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I've visited their website and realised that they have released(i think) a new super 8 camera. I really want one but i just can't seem to find any info of where to buy it or the price, anyone know?

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/fgt/ - light leaks edition

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Film General Thread - light leaks editions
Old thread >>3181812

Light leaks, love em? hate em? Have they help you attract hipster babes on Instagram? Did you come home to find them long dickin' your wife?
Tells us your experience.

Post photos! We want to see beautiful grainy goodness!

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you bot Instagram followers
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Recent Photo Thread

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Previous: >>3183874

Read the sticky before posting.
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Exposure Time1/50 sec
White BalanceAuto
Horizontal Resolution100 dpcm
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Camera SoftwareAdobe Photoshop Lightroom 5.7.1 (Windows)
ISO Speed Rating10000
Exposure Bias0 EV
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Exposure ModeManual
Scene Capture TypeStandard
Vertical Resolution100 dpcm
Lens Aperturef/2.8
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)28 mm
Exposure ProgramManual
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Recently made the jump to digital after purchasing a second hand Nikon D4. Previously shot film on a F4, FE, FE2, F2 and Olympus OM1/OM2 systems. For the Nikons, I only have a few lenses - 50mm 1.8 AFD, 50mm 1.4AFD, 24mm 2.0 AiS, and a shitty Hanimex zoom that I hardly ever use.

Some questions I have now:

1. Looking on dxomark, some of the sharpest Nikon lenses are more recent G versions, without an aperture ring, meaning they cannot be used on my film bodies. Alternatives are MF Zeiss lenses. Is the trade-off in not being able to use G lenses on my old film bodies worth the improved performance? Should I get MF Zeiss lenses in F mount instead to maintain compatibility across systems? Or should I get some older AiS MF Nikkors in addition to the AF G lenses? I am looking mainly at the Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 24mm f/1.8G ED, Nikon AF Nikkor 14mm f/2.8D ED and/or Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED. Anyone have any experience with these lenses? Which might be the best for landscapes - any other suggestions?

2. I'm interested in landscapes - what is the best slot-in filter system to use? Anyone had experience with Lee, Nisi, or Cokin? Other brands?

3. What is the best rangefinder system to invest in? Leica M, Zeiss Contax, Nikon SP?
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