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OH NO NO NO
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No.3494895 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Maybe another retorted gear question, but I'm really ONLY curious if anybody still uses their E-M5 in 2019. so?

/gear/ - Gear Thread:

No.3491665 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Fish friendly cameras

Previous thread: >>3487649

All discussion and questions related to gear should take place in this exact thread.

Redirection and answering questions in this thread is encouraged.

And don't forget, be polite!
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No.3494098 ViewReplyOriginalReport
cam/a/s/l

a6000/19/f/cali
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/p/ Monthly Photo Challenge June-July

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Lacking motivation to go out and shoot? Want to take photos but don’t know of what? Looking for ways to get better at your craft? Here’s the thread for you!

THIS MONTH’S ASSIGNMENTS - MOTHERLAND EDITION
>1) A person representing your state or country.
Wrap your mom in a flag or something. Burgers: 4th of July is round the corner.
>2) A place with cultural or historical significance.
Square with statue of famous local dead dude, building where important bill was signed, ex-battlefield-now-turned-parking-lot, this kind of stuff.
>3) “Belonging”.
>4) Elements arranged into either a triangle or a circle.
Search “principles of grouping” and “gestalt psychology” on wikipedia.

HOW DOES IT WORK
>4 assignments changing every month (LISTED ABOVE) but categorized in 4 recurring themes
>You can try them in any order you like
>Recurring themes are 1) human subject 2) environment 3) abstract concept 4) compositional element
>1) Posed or candid portraits, or taking pictures with humans being a prominent element, like street photography
>2) Landscapes. If you live in a city urbanscapes are acceptable too, but try to get out of town
>3) Something vague and open to interpretation
>4) Having a certain shape, like triangle or circle, or a compositional element, like repetition, diagonal, thirds. The rest is up to you
>You can post more than 1 photo for each assignment but do try to cover every theme per month
>Try to take new photos instead of posting from your archive
>Have fun!

Deadline is on the 15th of every month, but of course you can post results as soon as you have them and get friendly feedback from lovely anons.

DO IT FAGGOTS!!!
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/fgt/ - Film General Thread

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FujiActuallyCaresAgainFilm edition

old thread: >>3490334
All analog/film photography related questions and general discussion is to take place in this thread.
35mm, 120, medium format, large format, instant, polaroid, instax, C41, E6, B&W, developing, scanning, labs, darkroom etc.
Post photos as often as possible, we want to see that beautiful grainy goodness!

useful links:
http://istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography
https://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart.php

>posting in /fgt/ doesn't make you gay, unless you overexpose colour negatives on purpose
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WPCT: Wildlife Photo Challenge Thread

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Thread 2: Rodents

They are everywhere, so very accessible. Go take a photo of one. In the meantime, post your current rodent shots.
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I was watching the movie "Model Shop" (1968) on TCM tonight and a big part of the plot and the title revolved around this place in LA where, for $12/15 minutes, you could rent a model and a room and a camera (they used Rollies) and take pictures. When you were done, they handed you the "FREE FILM" and gave you the address of a place that would process it. I'm just wondering if such places actually existed and whether there is anything like that today.
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sup /p/

>want to get into photography
>looks like most pictures are digitally altered
>stacking exposures
>changing colors and saturation
>changing brightness
>digitally adding in mountains, snow, stars, etc.
>shoot dark images and then bringing out the colors (pic related)
how do i not suck? is there a /p/ sticky?

do i need to know adobe lightroom and photoshop?

how do i differentiate myself from other photographers?

did any anons start with taking classes? or did you learn everything online?
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Helios Lenses

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Good morning from Germany. Does sombody have experience with Helios Lenses like the 44-2 58mm? (pic related)
Thinking about buying one of those cheap ass bastards. Advice and Pictures taken with this Lens are very welcome.
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