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lil backgorund: im a fine arts student in photography. i am mostly involved in the studio using strobe lighting and so on.

ive gotten access to great cameras! and i have used my school's materials a lot. however, im graduating soon and i actually havent kept up with the market very much after i decided to get a pentax k-3 to hold me off from getting into a system and committing and investing on it.

so where should i go? do i get a nikon? a canon? do i stick with pentax (isnt the company dying though?) are DSLR's still industry staples? what if i want a camera that can film well, can shoot at high ISOs, function well hooked up to a computer and strobe kits, has a good array of lens kits that i can invest on without feeling like ill have to bail on it eventually? is sony the way to go now? mirrorless? pls advise

thank you
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>>3944780
>he fell for the nophoto OP larping as a fine art conosseur
any person who actually gave a fuck and wanted to invest a good sum into photography would be posting his existing portfolio and would ask which gear would best fit his type of photography.
instead we get this nophoto nigger threads where some loser just asks some vague question and tells you he is able to spend a lump sum on a whole set of gear so he can watch you autists argue over which ecosystem he should fall into
>>3944786
>>$10000
yes son, a camera with the characteristics he presented, plus a whole range of lenses, plus lights and accessories is going to cost that much. greenkekxting is not a substitute for wit
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>>3944776
>its a bachelor in fine arts
What page are you on?
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>>3944852
Kek

>not a liberal arts major, its an incel in fine arts
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>>3944795
first of all if i were your average incel white loser man id most definitely share my work but im not any of the above. my work is studio based self portraiture, with artists like cindy sherman, wendy red star, carrie mae weems, leonard suryajaya as references. i work with colour gels on strobe lighting and wide angle camera lenses to allude to surreal fields of colour where i perform according to a specific prompt or idea or feeling i have in mind. my work is very heavily post-produced and i try to achieve a video-game inspired aesthetic. this means my work requires colour density, dynamic range, and very crisp images. im sorry im not comfortable sharing my work here but its not really all that relevant to a camera recommendation when i can explain very well what i do!

on another note i might be poor but im very well capable of budgeting and inbetween all my jobs i can come up with enough to get a camera at the very least by christmas! which is why im here, hoping to get some advice on which camera to buy. still would appreciate someone to answer me :(

>>3944852
lel
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>>3944656
>im a fine arts student in photography
>what should i do?
Kill yourself because you didn't learn anything

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filthy chemicals edition

35mmc.com
Casualphotophile.com
Emulsive.org
istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography
digitaltruth.com/devchart.php
industrieplus.net/dxdatabase
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>>3945056
It's the scanning process anon, I'm sure your film looks fine.

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Out of these films, which would be the best for shooting motorsports?
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>>3945219
Well the HP5 is the fastest so I'd say that.
Motorsports would presumably be shot with a telephoto lens so you'll want 1/250s+ shutter speeds and 400iso will give you that in any daylight conditions.

Nice fridge.
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>>3945229
Should i push the HP5 to 800 iso?
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>>3945232
You would push either for technical or artistic reasons. it depends on
>whether you need the extra speed
>whether you want the grainier, higher-contrast look
If either of those are true, then you should push.

In any kind of daylight, 400 should give you a fast enough shutter speed unless you need to freeze fast motion happening right in front of you. You can see what kind of s/speeds you get on your camera/lens combo just by looking through it and seeing what the light meter gives you. Remember to keep the shutter speed fraction above the focal length. E.g., 1/250 for a 200mm lens. I would have thought 1/250 or 1/500 would be fast enough to freeze cars, as long as you track them as you take the shot.

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Best camera for professionals: Sony A7 R4.
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The best troll thread:
This thread
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what's the best camera for making jack vids?
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>>3945261
Sony Venice
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>>3945250

You're already off to a retarded start. The A1 is better than the a7R IV in every single way unless you somehow need 61MP (spoiler alert: you definitely don't).
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>>3945263
The pixel shift was left out of the A9 for some reason, or at least that's what i remember reading

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"I hope you've all gotten your 3rd booster shot" edition
All video related questions and discussion is intended for this thread. 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/scripts 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.

>STICKY - https://pastebin.com/35u6DcnF
>Helpful guide, additional books and more in-depth FAQs - https://web.archive.org/web/20200926115310/https://pastebin.com/kG0gRmTZ

>NO ONE CARES WHAT AN EXPERT YOU THINK YOU ARE. IF YOU’RE ASKING BASIC-AS-SHIT QUESTIONS, YOU CAN’T BE ALL THAT GREAT. SEE ABOVE

Previous thread >>3917469

Quick FAQS
>what’s the best camera available on a “budget”?
The blackmagic pocket cinema camera 4k
>>what’s a good beginner video camera?
Anything that works, shoots at least 1080p and preferably has interchangeable lenses. Any recommendation beyond that will cause arguments so read the fucking sticky if that isn't satisfactory.
>Can I use a zoom lens for video?
Yes
>Do I need cine lenses?
No
>Do I need 4k?
No. It will make your footage look sharper if it’s in focus, and it gives you breathing room in post. But 1080p is still absolutely fine
>Can someone tell me if my video is any good?
Yes, but be prepared to receive harsh criticism. If you're going to waste 5 minutes of our time with a shitty out-of-focus montage of nothing then we'll tell you that it's crap
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>>3945226
atlas orion anamorphics
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>>3945233
so most lenses will work? im new
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>>3945244
as long as you have the right adapter it works
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>>3945226
Pretty much anything with the right adapter/speedbooster
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>>3945226
also, there is going to be a steep learning curve if you're super green. The camera won't hold your hand

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Your two favorite types of photography?

>landscape
>street
I hate everything staged
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>>3945225
I shoot boomer landscapes exclusively
The only other use I have for my camera is taking pics of things I'm selling on craigslist/ebay. I think high quality pics have actually helped me get a lot more $ than i normally would have with my cellphone
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>>3945225
The one subject i have in front of me
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>>3945240
But how do you tell if its a subject?
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>>3945241
Anything can be a subject if you compose it right or if you even look at it, this is a secret many do not understand or get in photography
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>>3945225
But isn't the whole world a stage?

Recommend me a good camera NOW.
>no idea about gear, photography, technicalities
>would love to take landscapes, astrophotographers is a plus
>compact size
>film look
>poor fag

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>>3945224
And this is this IMPROVED SHARPNESS of stacking 20 photos?

It is laughable. You could make panorama of 20 shots with longer lens and get 20x better results.
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>>3945228
Moving your camera a fraction of a mm isn't going to lose any nebulas anon, you're far enough away for parallax to not be an issue.

Or do you think that stacking somehow magically doesn't work on stars. Lmfao.

You don't do astro, if you did you would have posted a photo by now proving your techniques superiority.

>>3945231
>Shows example of stacking improving resolution
>Says doing it another way which wouldn't work for this style of astro at all would be preferable

Again anon, it's time to give yourself a break and step away from the keyboard. Yet again it's been another day of you getting angry and embarrassed.
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>>3945235
>Moving your camera a fraction of a mm isn't going to lose any nebulas anon, you're far enough away for parallax to not be an issue.
>Or do you think that stacking somehow magically doesn't work on stars. Lmfao.

Yes exactly you idiot. You big dum dum. Moving few mm wont have any fucking effect on stars.

It is completely pointless for astrophotography!
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>>3945237
You didn't understand super sampling did you anon. Pretty embarrassing day for you.
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>>3945243
I'm gonna spell it out for you 155IQ big brain, because you clearly have a problems.

Sensor moving works because you are introducing parallax error. You move sensor a bit, you get slightly different detail.

Further something is, smaller difference between those moved vs unmoved photo is.

And we are talking about cosmic distances.

You stupid motherfucker.

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"An exercise in photography, adventuring, friendship, and bookmaking."

Hello! In this thread I'm going to promote my new photo book. This is my first book experience and I hope you find it pleasant.
You can view the whole thing here: https://www.blurb.com/b/10851754-a-five-finger-exercise
And here I am going to post some photos out of it and tell something about each.
Hope you enjoy.

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>>3942781
Definitely.

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>>3942375
>muddy
>not sharp
>uninteresting subject
I love it though because of the strong composition and mood
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The cutest little house in Kazan. Some cities just get to have nice things. The others get nuclear submarines and suffering.

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Others yet get unfreezing lakes by the power plants. An obscure place in western Siberia that I won't bother naming.

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>>3941207
Cool snowman

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>>3943861
this is so fucking gay dude lmao
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>>3943861
i mean i expected some sus ass reactions posting a woman on /p/ but holy fuck
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People who dream in black & white, so you feel this changes your perception of black and white photos?

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What is the GOAT photograph?

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>>3941861
You idiot, the band is Talk Talk...the album is Laughing Stalk.

Good taste tho
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>>3941861 #
You idiot, the band is Talk Talk...the album is Laughing Stock.

Good taste tho
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>>3941838
>RZ missing it's prism/finder
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>>3941813
>>3941816

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A great thread deserves a great bump

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Big freedom rally yesterday and some interesting media declared characters out superspreading the coof

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>>3945075
Wow those are crazy coincidences.
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>>3945158
Yeah, or it's just lying.
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>>3944982
BONE
STRUCTURE
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>>3945200
d-d-delete! nao!
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>>3944450
>that exposure normalization pastel-everyhting bullshit
Do you mean with the Filmic module?
Set the pixel workflow from scene-referred to display-referred in the settings. You'll have to clear the edit history of already imported images.
Unless you mean something else?

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Is he overrated? Seeks like any half-decent landscape photographer could compete with him today.

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>>3945213
>half-decent landscape photographer could compete with him today
He did it 100 years ago using an old cabinet as camera along with shitty paper and wrote 3 books explaining how to do it along with establishing a method on tonality.

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What are some of your favorite photo books?
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the one I have with me
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>>3945190

A Parallel World by Robert Adams

What is the best lens?
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>>3938375
It was called the Supet Schmidt camera.

https://www.rasc.ca/super-schmidt-meteor-camera
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>>3944036
>Sharpness is everything!
Jump from a building
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Anyone here have the canon 85mm f1.4? It seems pretty good as a portrait lens.

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Problem I have is I'm interested more in cinematography than photography; focus breathing and not being parfocal is a pain in the ass for any operators.

Tempted to just go get Sigma photo lens glass then rehouse them for cine with gears...

http://www.pchood.com/
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>>3945203
Buy vintage options, some 70s telezooms were parafocal and had small amounts of breathing

Which is your favourite lens for this mount?
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I like my 50mm 1.4g
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>>3945052
I mean, why not? Art isnt about reality, its about expression.
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>>3943952
sharp but the background blur may look nervous at certain instances
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>>3944993
Im glad I didn’t listen to the anons who were saying this like ten years ago lol.
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>>3945161
>>3945052
It's already here, though, and it's pretty amazing.

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