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I have a fuji x100f, and use sooc jpegs, however quite often my colours seem to blur together into weird blob like shapes like seen here. it's a 100% crop from about 1/6 of the frame.
Is my camera at fault or is this as expected?
>>3118275 >effectively support X-trans
You do realize that none of the LR alternatives are perfect, right?
Iridient Developer comes close, but there is no software that supports Fuji RAWs SEAMLESSLY like EVERY OTHER BRAND.
I sincerely hope that Fuji drops this nuisance of a modified Bayer array soon.
Is it just me, or do shots from iridient tend to look super oversharpened and a bit crunchy?
I have a sneaky suspicion his de-mosaic algorithm is shit, but he got his sharpening algorithm down pretty good.
I feel the same way. It's almost like looking at finely crinkled paper. I keep those settings at modest values because of it.
kill yourself already moopco
B&H general discussion
do you shop there?
no doubt B&H is killing the local camera store but it is hard to not order from them when they are cheaper, have everything in stock, and it gets to your door faster than you can order the item from the local guys.
But how can you jew if the banks are closed
They let us out early on Fridays, which I'm 99% sure is just so that they can finish up the week's chores before the sabbath.
>>3120305 >definitely pay more today, for a less convenient service
>definitely save money today for an excellent service, and potentially pay more for the same service in the post-race-war-apocalypse future a 4channer has foretold
Really makes you think...
Craigslist here is fucking shit for cameras.
They want (on average) 50% more than ebay prices and you still have to drive and meet the assholes.
I just ordered a Tokina lens that was the deal of the day and delivery is Tuesday.
I bought a camera a few years ago and have slowly been adding to it from articles or posts I've read, so when I see something on sale, I google it to check reviews and prices and decide from there. I hardly use the camera, so I'm in no rush but have a good collection of lenses, tripod, flash, battery grip, etc, so now that I'm retired, I have the equipment and the time to start using it.
This dude sold a picture of his urine for $666. That should infuriate every real photographer.
And why tf is Andy Milonakis down with this dude?
>>3120289 >Boo hoo hoo they're out to destroy my very important artistic craft
Jesus Christ dude stop being so fucking full of yourself. Most good artists have a little thing called "humility"
Yes can't you tell how FURIOUS I am?!?!?!?!?!?!??!
I've no idea what you are talking about but it sounds plausible
I sold expired film with a red cast for 3x the fresh price by making my own film canister labels and claiming it was obscure Czech film. 100 rolls gone in 2 days at $12/roll.
u mad op?
This is one of those threads I'm really hoping is a troll but secretly fear is completely serious
Why get digital camera when you can just use your phone. Film camera plus phone is best combo.
Well having processed film, and printed it, since probably before you were born, I can tell you doing post work on digital is way faster, and easier. Especially true if you are printing, and if you scan the film in to print you still have to digitally process the images.
I shoot until I'm out of rolls then I use my phone until the sun goes down. I just wish phone camera flashes were better and more responsive, because I use my flash a lot.
Have you ever successfully triggered a flash slave with your phone? That's my dream.
the reason why you like it instantly is because you can't edit your film photos right away unless you scan them which is time consuming, also
factor in that with film you generally have more of a connection to the photo due to the time and process it took to get the shot itself and picture
in-hand, whats there is there and thats that.
learn to take real photographs instead of snapshits and you'll understand
No is that even possible? Thats what I'm hoping we'll get soon with newer camera phone tech. I'd love to have somewhere i can mount a flash onto my phone or like you said, use a flash slave.
ama about my diy macro rig )
Why didn't you just buy a macro lens? I bought a 1/2.8 for 11 freedom bucks a few weeks ago
how about you post the fucking shot itself instead taking a shite snap of the viewfinder?
This thread is pure shit.
fucking hell what happened to this board?
since when is art being censored here?
Any GOOD photography channels?
the art of photography/Ted Forbes
Matt granger, weird guy but still a good channel
Tony northrup, first I hated his style but later on I started to appreciate it Digitalrev/kai/lok for your photography topgear
Kai and Lok have improved much more since leaving DR. I always liked them (although they did drift astray on occasion) but now they're in control of their own material you can see how restrained they were.
I just wish some of the others like Rita did more. She seemed pretty cool, but now all she does is generic "travel vlogs".
A more recent channel is DPhog, which I quite enjoy, although it's not relevant to my style of photography.
Brendan van Son - Travel photographer, more interested in the actual Vlog than the photography. Best part is he usually shares insight into the business side of things, including a monthly round up of how much money he made with photography and his expenses
This was taken on a phone with no movement. Been using the same one for 2 years. Haven't seen this. What could the cause be? Also unfiltered.
Were you shooting the same fatty in bad lighting. She may have been shaking from food withdrawals, which is apparent by the strain in keeping those lips closed.
>>3119317 >This was taken on a phone
There's your problem.
Super aggressive "noise reduction" coupled with terrible tonal range.
Only shoot in good light or buy a real camera.
You gonna need a wider lens to fill her in the frame.
How many times should I turn the knob on an old Airesflex camera to load a new frame?
I bought new film for it a while ago, and the shop loaded it for me. But the frame counter on the side of the camera is broken, so I don't know when a new frame is in place. Is there any way to tell? Anyone have a similar camera?
Can I open it in a dim room and check? I've never dealt with a film camera before so I don't know what to do really. Any help appreciated.
how do you know the frame counter is broken? did you try to roll the knob untill it automatically stops? Those old TLRs will often overlap frames by 1 or 2mm even the rolleiflex.
The little disk on the inside of the window that rotates and displays what frame you're on is stuck. It stands permanently on 'S', which stands for "start", I presume.
>did you try to roll the knob untill it automatically stops?
I've turned it perhaps ten rounds. What do you mean automatically stops? You mean when I've gone through the whole roll? I could do that and then just divide it by twelve, I guess.
Does it do so when you're winding without a film inside, or did it also do so when there was a film inside?
>>3120231 >The little disk on the inside of the window that rotates and displays what frame you're on
It has that?
I thought it would just have a window to show the back of the film.
There are markings on the back of the film to indicate the frame number and how much further you need to wind.
Hes talking about the frame counter.
Waste this film. Open the back and write down how many turns for each frame. Keep in mind the number of turns is not the same as you advance the film.
I picked up this Zenit EM the other day; I paid £1 for it at a carboot. It was thrown in a suitcase with a bunch of junk; I had to buy the case to buy the camera. Unfortunately this meant I didn’t have the opportunity to check it before bringing it home.
Pleasant surprise, it still fires. The body despite being a little dusty seems well looked after, so I mean £1 well spent. That said, when I look through the viewfinder there is a big brown/yellow streak running straight down the center; I have no idea what this is.
If it’s possible I’d like to clean it up/fix it; I mean if I mess up, there’s nothing lost really, as far as I can tell the camera is 10 a penny and I didn’t pay much for it. I’m looking for someone with a little more knowledge to tell me what the line is/might be and then help me find the resources I need to fix it.
p.s. if the picture isn’t clear enough or more info is needed I can supply new pictures.
Also if fixing the camera is going to cost more than the price I paid for the camera, let me know. Likewise if the ‘damage’ is just cosmetic and won’t affect photo quality, let me know as well.
Wtf is a car boot
Leather boots that go over your tires in the winter so you have more traction. You can also get them with steel reinforcements if you drive on construction sites a lot
It's a gathering of like minded people, often taking place on a Sunday morning, where folk dressed head to toe in camouflage suits sell shite to each other for rock bottom prices. No offence OP, I hope you have fun with the camera.
I don't think I've ever heard a better description of a carboot. And yeah, looking forward to it.
>>3120144 >>3120141 >>3120099
Thanks for your help. I might look into replacing the prism as a fun little project, until then though I'm more than happy to work around it. I'll stick a roll in tomorrow and see how it goes.
This. My Zenit has the same thing, it's not really a problem as far as using the camera goes.
Zenits are pure trash though, and the Helios is one of the biggest memes going. You would be better off with almost any other SLR/50mm combo. Doesn't mean it can't take fine photos, however.
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How to photograph boy and make it appear as cute girl? Pic related.
Makeup and dress. Doesn't have much to do with photography. I guess you could also use an image editor to do the entire thing, but that is not something usually done.