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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japan

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I want to buy a 10 dollar polaroid impulse AF since it has autofocus and some polaroid film 600

You think it's a great idea ? I like the old colours of the polaroid film

I'm a beginner as well
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Name a better full frame mirrorless platform... oh wait, there is nothing that even competes with the A7 line.
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/vid/ - Video General

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>STICKY - https://pastebin.com/VPXjjKqq

Here we discuss techniques, gear and anything else related to capturing video footage. Please don't pretend to be an expert if you don't know what you're talking about. Kindly leave your ego at the door.
Posting short films or other work you've done is encouraged.

We tend to use and recommend DSLRs/mirrorless cameras because they provide phenomenal picture quality for their price, have large sensors (ie the same size used in high-end cinema cameras and higher) and have interchangeable lenses.
In contrast, consumer camcorders normally have much smaller sensors and a fixed lens.

Helpful books for the creative side
https://pastebin.com/kG0gRmTZ

>READ THE STICKY IF YOU'RE NEW, BEFORE ASKING SOME FUCKING STUPID QUESTION THAT’S BEEN ANSWERED A HUNDRED TIMES
>IF YOU ASK A QUESTION THAT THE STICKY ANSWERS, DON'T BE SURPRISED IF WE TELL YOU TO FUCK OFF >IF YOU ASK A DUMBASS QUESTION AND PRETEND TO BE A "PRO", WE WILL TELL YOU TO GO FUCK YOURSELF
>THIS ALSO APPLIES IF YOU THINK INSULTING US WILL GET YOU AN ANSWER

>if you just want the 'best' camera available on a “budget”, buy a Blackmagic pocket cinema camera
>if you want a camera that works for not much, buy a canon 650d

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Scotland and panoramas

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Hello again anons

Pic related is something I'm rather happy with but it hasn't been cropped much if at all, and was wondering if you anons had any pointers regarding panoramas, or do the regular guidelines apply just the same?

I mean up to which point(s) do you think I should cut the sides to retain the overall effect and get rid of ballast that doesn't contribute to the effect? the reason for my indecision is that I feel like there's sometimes a point in leaving "empty" areas in a picture just to bring even more attention to the important parts of it

(Yes it doesn't hold to the file size guidelines but I thought it makes more sens in this case rather than the itty bitty tiny export 1000px in length)
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Tendies thread

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Lets see those tendies, /p/.

Post your best tendies shots.
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why aren't camera lenses rectangular, the way sensors are?

I could enjoy some rectangular bokeh
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Glucosamine-12 Thread: West Coast Edition

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>sugar thread >>3100691 falls to the bottom
>30 different gear threads on the catalog

God dammit /p/

Things have changed, running the West Coast a little more now, expect >MUH SKY and >MUH CAVES soon my truck has decided now is a good time to shit the battery bed and I'll have a day off while the shop foreman has his hands full with my rig and most likely my wallet after it's all said and done.

I'll be posting a couple reposts from the end of the last thread to get it started plus some new shit. Vacation is coming up in about a month and I'm thinking a Miami / Keys trip is overdue.
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/flickr/

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I know this web live better times in the past but I bet a lot of people here have a flickr account, share, critique and follow each other. In order to improve everyone's photos :^)
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I use digital. I've always used digital.

Film looks nicer. Digital captures a cleaner, better image that has much better quality and you can see so much more, but film looks nicer. All things being equal, if you took the same shot on a digital camera and the same shot on a shitty lomo, the lomo would look nicer.


pic unrelated, it is a shitty digital pic I took like 5 years ago
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