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nearly 2million subscribers and hasnt uploaded in over a year... my guy could be sitting pretty right now but disappeared.
Kai is awesome. I was mad when I first found him as a noob and he was cracking dick jokes when I just wanted info lol. I hope he's doing well independently.
Kai, what a fail. At the end of his DP rev era, he was looking like he is not really enjoying his work. But now, when he has his own channel it looks exactly the same. He only uploads gear ads... ekhm completly unbiased videos about gear in exactly same moment as dozens of other channel.
What a shame
Nobody cared about digitalrev, they cared about the crew that worked there (kai, lok etc)
His channel is almost at 1m subs so I'd say he is doing alright.
The day will come
The day is the one you live in it
Any good DSLR for under 500$ for a beginner? I don't mind used.
I'll buy a 250D when I will finally can
it kinda has all I need
rate my cleanup of a photo of my dad and great grandfather.
nice! but you should keep the sepia tones.
This kid is the same person as the old man.
Nice work. Only you forgot to give him his ear back.
In your opinion, what are the best general photography books?.
They're great for learning the history of the medium and as a reference tool. They can be decent for introducing fundamentals to the art and technique of photography but most books on those subjects are rather generic and poor.
PHOTOGRAPHY The Definitive Visual History is a decent introductory survey into the history of photography. It skips a few things which I think should included, particularly in nascent photography technology, but no book is perfect. Unlike most photo history books it has the balls to go past the 60s and runs right up in the early 2000s.
He won't learn a thing about cameras reading that cunt's book, is mostly theory instead of technique.
>>3768615 >Fuck books, just learn from your own mistakes or look up online tips just like here for example starting with me. Search composition on google, more straightforward. >don't read books, read the internet
checkout this "greatest photobooks" list by source magazine.
These are top 25 which offer a great starting point.
>1 The Americans, Robert Frank, 1958. >2 Evidence, Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel, 1977. >3 The Ballad of Sexual Dependency, Nan Goldin, 1986. >4 New York, William Klein, 1956. >5= In Flagrante, Chris Killip, 1988. >5= Farewell Photography, Daido Moriyama, 1972. >7 Ravens, Masahisa Fukase, 1986. >8 The Map, Kikuji Kawada, 1965. >9= Diane Arbus: An Aperture Monograph, 1972. >9= Sentimental Journey, Nobuyoshi Araki, 1971. >9= William Eggleston's Guide, 1976. >9= For a language to come, Takuma Nakahira, 1970. >13= American Photographs, Walker Evans, 1938. >13= The Decisive Moment, Henri Cartier-Bresson, 1952. >13= Waffenruhe, Michael Schmidt, 1987. >16= Redheaded Peckerwood, Christian Patterson, 2012. >16= U-NI-TY, Michael Schmidt, 1996. >18= A Shimmer of Possibility, Paul Graham, 2007. >18= Broken Manual, Alec Soth, 2010. >18= Paris de nuit (Paris By Night), Brassaï 1932. >18= Paris, Moi Ver, 1931. >18= Raised by Wolves, Jim Goldberg, 1995. >18= Ray's A Laugh, Richard Billingham, 1996. >18= Sleeping by the Mississippi, Alec Soth, 2004. >18= Twentysix Gasoline Stations, Ed Ruscha, 1963.
For 150 greatest books/complete list follow this link:
learn how to use the camera
from there it's almost entirely subjective
• Theme: Triangles. Use triangles in composition
• Deadline: October 3. Triangle, although a simple shape, is a strong compositional element. It gives flow to the image. It is everywhere, often caught unawares to photographer. It can be a visual triangle, a pyramid, it can be only implied by subjects, it can even be vague and only hinted at. Think of compositions tying three dots, three objects, or have even have a whole scene composed of triangles. Rules: • Photo must be taken during the timeline. Images taken before this thread was started won't count. • Post images with exif, if possible. • Three images max. • After the competition ends, all valid images will be posted for voting. There will be one vote per anon.
For some reason the time/date gets stripped when I upload photos processed in C1. This one is from Nov 20, and
is from Nov 26.
• Deadline: December 3
Still time. But not as much as dumbass op wrote.
Doesn't really matter. Everyone knows that most of /p/ doesn't even take picture, and from the ones that do the amount that have decent pictures and post for fun competitions like this is probably very small and has already entered.
Does this count? It's kind of a triangle.
Not based on date taken:
• Photo must be taken during the timeline. Images taken before this thread was started won't count.
Can someone explain why this photo is so good?
All I see is systemic racism and how the patriarchy is oppressing PoC and wymen.
>phallic telephone poles? i'm feeling triggered & need a safe space. >and wtf is going on with the old man's cane? it's in three unattached pieces?!? bad photochop = fake.news!
Rush job panorama stack.
>>3770777 >4min after initial post
I'm calling samefag on this!
Though you'd have to be really unlucky to get two bends...
a nice descriptive composition
TAKING SELFIES ALL DAY ON YOUR 3000$ CAMERA IS FOR CHILDREN.
GROW THE FUCK UP
>don't use your camera the way you the person who most likely paid for it want to
after having cameras for more than a decade now, I have alot of photos of people but I have no photos of myself.
>>3768819 >taking selfies with 250$ dollar camera and 2000$ dollar lens
Why can't we have animations and icons like that now?
Because emotes promote short sighted closed mind thinking. Eugenics goy. Smiley face more.
You may want to contact a builder or surveyor, your house appears to have fallen over.
I really enjoy the sky & foreground parts. Too bad that stupid house is in the way! At least you cropped both L & R sides of it. Stupid tree, photobombing your amazing sky/snow pic.
>never rotate your phonecam.. the pixels fall out if you hold it sideways.
Hey we're three photography students and doing an art project on 4chan. it should question the actual use of this website. do you have any ideas?
>>3769320 > three photography students
Based. You three should be able to post your work on /p/! Don't be a nophoto and do three threads of 10+ images each. 1000px by side. White borders discouraged or encouraged, depending on who you ask. Please include exif so we can determine if your images are good or bad.
You may want to contact Michael Kukka, he tried to do something similar like a year ago or so.
needs more Fuji. and frogs.
don't do it, you're only asking for trouble. nothing artistic every comes out of this website. go back to redit.
...I'm still waiting, don't let me down op's!