>>2980444 Not sure if the burning thing was a pun, but nice joke. I voted for Trump in this election, but I'd say the two are similar in the sense of getting people excited. I think Hitler was able to excite people more than Trump, simply for the fact that people wont shut up about Trump literally being hitler. Hitler was widely loved because he pulled his country out of a deep depression and turned it into the most powerful country in Europe in a very short period of time.
Trump has similar economic ideas in the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>oh hey bro you mind if we sit... OOHHHHHhhhh FUCK DUDE! Is that a fucking a6000?! No way, brah! That's fucking scandatious bombatious, my man. I just got this little beast - the a7RII, absolutely no stalls working on any projects, brah. BRO! what lense do I see there? Hang on let me look, bro. Oh okay, bro, okay bro, the Sony kit lens is pretty gnarly but, ya know, I'm more of a Zeiss kind of guy. Anyway, dude, my squad and I need to fly so catch ya on the flip sigh, bro.
>>2980081 god damn thats a nice piece o glass bro. nah its just the GR II. first digi actually. fixed 28 but its proven to be pretty sharp, up there with zeiss according to mtf charts. hows the evf on rii? anyway bro keep doin what youre doin. later bruh
>>2979740 It's a very comfy photo. Watched a video interviewing the guy who took it. If I remember correctly, he shot it with large format film, and gave it to a stock agency.
He's happy about it, I like it. But its sade that photo can never be taken again, that area has been ripped up and replaced with some sort of farm land I think. Might have been taken in Palouse Oregon.
Why do I never see photography intentionally planned and framed? Like paintings and other forms of art.
I feel like I would enjoy photography a lot more if I could actually find more photos where everything had been planned and placed in such a way that it created an interesting picture. It seems like most people who're into photography just take pics of whatever random shit they find.
>>2979258 >Why do I never see photography intentionally planned and framed?
Because you're a scrub who doesn't know anything.
There is a long history of pictorial photography, starting (most obviously) with the Pictorialists around the twentieth century, like William Mortensen (pic related). Thanks to a vicious smear campaign by the landscape photographers of the 20's like Ansel Adams and his ilk, it fell out of fashion, though that doesn't mean it disappeared.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Requesting help on choosing a camera please! My wife wants a camera for Christmas and has tasked me with researching which one to get her (for under $500). Me being the lazy mofo that I am, decided to come here first and ask you guys! Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks
B&W Illford delta 400, Color Agfa Vista Plus 200 Shot with Canon 500N with Tamron 18-200. Some critique? >Didnt hold long enough in fix, so some b&w film got yellowish shit around but fixed by making it b&w in LR.
Hey /p/. I'll make this short and sweet - I've recently been feeling more and more confident about photography and I think it would be nice to buy myself an actual camera as opposed to using my shitty phone camera. So I ask you, what should I be looking for in my first camera? Recommendations are very appreciated.
>>2978048 I'd say anywhere under $800 would be good. I will probably be doing nature shots, generally. For right now, interchangeable lenses aren't a priority as of right now and size doesn't matter. >>2978045 Tyvm I will check it out
I'm flying to Europe in 5 days, prior to that I will be purchasing my first rig. I'm getting an a6000 with the kit lens, a sigma 60mm f/2.4, and a fujian 35mm.
I will be visiting a number of various locations, would this combo of lenses satisfy me enough, or would you recommend anything else? Also it's gonna be cold as fuck in Europe, would this affect the gear in anyway?
First off unless your main goal of the trip is photography I'd look at getting a more convenient setup of a decent wide to short tele walk-around lens. Switching lenses all the time is a major hassle when you're traveling and walking around all day. The little sacrifice in IQ is worth the convenience. Maybe one of the Sigma/Tamron 17-50 2.8 lenses.
If you insist on primes both of those seem like bad picks, the Sony camera is a crop sensor so 1.5x the equivalent. A 35mm becomes 52.5mm and 60mm into 90mm.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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