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How is this acceptable for a professional portrait? her eyes arn't even open and they are not symmetrical. Do you think it's because the person taking the headshot for money was too shy to ask her to stop squinting and open her eyes more?
eh not really. Just hanging out here on /p/. Also trying to get to 10,000 followers on IG but i doubt that's gonna happen
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Apparently just wants to pass on a bunch of shitposting on a website where it will disappear forever in a week or so.
you're a sad sad man
Fuck you I like those
Made a thread a lil while ago about shooting with a model for the first time, back at it with the same chick
Not that big, desu
Colors are totally off...
go fuck yourself
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Shot some astro stuff for the first time today. Finally in the southern, cold as fuck
parts of Australia for work do I've given it a crack.
I think the shots themselves are decent. I couldn't really work out any better settings to get sharp stars, reasonable ISO and decent brightness.
If anyone has any tips on different settings, I'm all ears.
Edited these but I really didn't know what is was doing. Anyone care to share their usual steps for processing astro shots?
ikr the stuff people had back in the day wasn't nearly as good as what can be done with today's gadgets.
i'm pretty the people who imaged a lot of the stuff back then would be happy just using a modern cell phone.
>>3171662 >implying you need to spend ton's of money to do astrophotography.
That wasn't implied at all. There are many impressive astro shots done with cheap 5" scopes like the ones you posted. But they were done with scopes, not solely with a smartphone camera. Keep setting up those strawmen though.
ofc they would though the serious ones would do what the early webcam hackers did and rip out the lenses and add cooling.
Hello my fellow 450D comrade. What do you mean by (Modded)?
Means I took the IR cut filter off the camera so that the camera is able to see colors the filter blocks.
Oh shit, that's interesting.
Plains [ Mamiya Press Standard | 90mm 3.5 | Portra 160 ] It’s basic as fuck I’m wondering if the simplicity works well or just makes it boring
Ektar is a better and less expensive film stock for this kind of shooting.
I'd dig it if you got a bit lower and used the green to break the image up into thirds, sky, brown, green. Might need perspective control to make that work well though.
Still a great shot would like to see your other work.
It's not exactly exciting but it's not bad. Would have been better with more light though so the yellow grass (hay?) would be a little more vibrant
more light please
this. take viewers to a place they have never been
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All feedback is very valuable ,including IG followers :), to me given that I have stage 3 bone cancer. I am really trying to live life in the photography "fast lane". Just because I have cancer doesn't mean you have to be nice in your comments, I want the complete human experience. Happy photo taking.
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My dick gets a little more flaccid every time I read this spam.
are you still even a thing please quit
What is the best replacement battery for a Sony NP-BX1?
I dont wanna spend 30-40€ for a genuine Jewony battery
Whatever it is you'll need a wheel barrow full. Battery life on sonytard shit is terrible
Can vouch for this. I have a hx50. Don't use it anymore but if I was out I had to take literally 4-6 batteries. Also. Any brand will work. Top-max is good
Who else comfy ≈40mm???
That's pretty clever. Might have to get a motherfucking 5D mk1.
The comfiest focal length.
I use my shorty-forty whenever my back hurts from lugging around a bigger camera/lens combo. So literal comfort lens.
I shoot pretty much everything except portraits on my old 28mm (On crop) its a fun focal.
Hello my name is Chosis and i'm a long term poster here in /p/. in case you didn't know /p/ stands for /p/haggots with over priced cameras.
Today I have set up a critique lessons for you guys. Being able to veriblize your emotionls and thoughts using semi professional language is an important trait for a photographer. I'm going to post 6 different images. I want you to comment on your favorite ones and why and which ones you hate.
somehow make your bone cancer kill you faster
they're just chunks of fucking insulation, it's not generating any feedback because it's the most boring possible subject matter
I think there it is possible to find more boring subject matter DESU
you still shot a boring subject matter there's no changing that
I can't disagree with that
>there are people who pay more for a micro four turds than an a7ii
Day of rope when? How can m43 memers pass up the best full 24mp full frame in the game for their noisy pozz cum cams?
An idea for a thread. ill start.
my question is how to photograph large open flat landscapes that have nothing interesting going on. like pic related.
because it feels bad to look at something and not know how to make it look interesting.
maybe theres some artist out there who specializes in such things.
Well it was kind of a broad concept, it would've been better off as a series of threads focusing on one concept at a time. The concept you put forward was discussed and solved with "make boring, featureless landscapes interesting by adding stuff". Granted, I do feel like that kind of missed the point.
well my intention was that other people could just ask their questions like a general.
then people could suggest artists or show photos or give their opinions on how to photograph x.
if I were to do that then id have to be the person making every thread asking every question.
You need to lead with more examples then. You should've continued on with other concepts, and then people would start chiming in with their own once they got a feel for the pattern of the thread.
okay, but ill have to have a think and get a few examples ready. can try for nowt
>>3158093 >how to photograph large open flat landscapes that have nothing interesting going on
Why would you take of photo is you don't find anything interesting to photograph?