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Let's say I want to remove some lens dust in PS from my raw files before doing any other editing.
When I then go to edit these photos (now TIFF) in LR, my edits and presets look different.
What can I do to work around this?

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Learn to use the spot removal tool and in lightroom
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>>3144414
It really sucks compared to what you can do in PS.. doesn't cut it sometimes
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>>3144412
Are you exporting in a different colorspace maybe?

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saw this camera for sale, is it lacking something at the base? can it be installed over a tripod as it is?
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That looks like a graflex monorail. Seems there should be some kind of tilt/pan head under that bracket
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I have the exact same camera. That is a 1941-1949 Graflex Graphic View I they were made during wartime too. It has full movements, tilt, swing, pan, rise and fall you name it the camera can do it.

If you get it do a torque test on all of the screws. It's a decent camera and the format is 4x5" but many of the Speed Graphic lenses made by Kodak will work on it if you mount them in a suitable mount plate which I believe is 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" but I could be wrong on that part.

Check the bellows for light leaks and also get the optional ground glass cover but try to find the version with the built-in kickstand mine doesn't have it and it's a pain in the ass but it does protect the GG which is nice.

As for the tripod mount, mine does not have it but they can be found on eBay and the block it attaches to is standard thread size so you can attach any tripod mount plate to it, but it will sit lower on the tripod and depending on what lens you are using you may have trouble with movements or focus, I have a Schneider 180 that covers 5x7 and a Kodak 127 that barely covers 4x5 and I haven't had any issues. In 99% of shooting situations you'll be okay.
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>>3144345
in theory yeah, theres usually a thread on the little gray bit. Might not be standard size that you'd find on most tripods today. Also you'll have to spin it a bunch or just get a block.

if you do buy it I recommend getting better glass, those old graflex lenses are alright but theres much better stuff out there.

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I just came back from doing some journalism training with UN peace keeping corps. Took the chance to shoot some film.

These were all shot with a Minolta XG-M, using Kodak Ultramax 400

Anything worth saving?

I havent shot much film (variety wise) but I'm in love with the colors of this film.

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Anyone else here shoot sports?
I'm very new to photography in general but I love the action and emotions of people in sports shooting.
Which sports have you shot and any good tips for a new guy?

I'll post what I have with me at the moment.

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Anyone have this presets ?
http://www.dvilladsenphotography.com/

http://www.dvilladsenphotography.com/pop-lightroom-preset-diane-villadsen/

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Bump :)
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i was the biggest preset whore that you can ever imagine.
but after downloading fucking billions of presets wasting my time on pirating rather editing by myself, learning new things, experimenting with photography/editing or taking photos in general. i wasted a lot of money too.
what i've learned nothing, fucking NOTHING
if really want presets then start with vsco film or LXC(if you shot weddng or want to be extra hipster) those presets are good, and remember EVERY single one of the new wave hipster preset is based of of vsco presets.

and if you want this preset, she made that preset fom the vsco's prest 400h pack 6.
here channel link
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyvBlO4JBrB72FatCxmWFew
check her older videos how she did same editing with 400h rather than spending money on stupid modified vsco preset.

one thing more, the editing results also depend upon the exposure, composition and light of the photo. photographer have their own unique photography style and they also develop editing style with it.

I hope it'll help you, anon
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>>3144427
>all preshits is based on VSCO
this


To me, presets are two things;

A quick way to preview looks.
An easy way to fast edit multiple images from a single set.

I have my own presets for that.
It gives me a general idea of what the photo/set is going to look like.

I'd been using PS for photography for more than 10 years before using LR so I knew how all the tools worked and what I needed to do.

But for a beginner, presets may be useful in determining how people actually edit.

>tfw you'll never travel around the world, testing out all the latest gear and filming for shows while banging a girl half your age

/ourguy/
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Also how many of you have worked together with your gfs, be it shooting, modeling or something else?
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>>3144128
I work with my gf all the time
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>>3144128
i work my gfs pussy all the time.

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Hello /p/,

I recently started with photography as a hobby. I used my dad's camera, but I want to buy a new one for myself. However, since I am a student I have extremely limited budget. What type of cameras should I be looking for under 100 dollar budget, that still make quality pictures?

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Your phone
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>>3143952
> under 100 dollars
No. Get an used bicycle or something to get wherever you can shoot with your phone.

And then just save up until for a $1.5-2k or whatever midrange camera (or a $5k+ professional setup, if that's the quality you're aiming for; that's the gear that gets it more reliably).
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>>3144035
>And then just save up until for a $1.5-2k or whatever midrange camera (or a $5k+ professional setup, if that's the quality you're aiming for
no need to save up that much unless you're gonna buy new, lots of decent entry level dslr's on the used market for a couple hundred dollars

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Does variable zoom effect the quality of the photo
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>>3143881
yes and no
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>>3143883
care to elaborate
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>>3143883
dont just say the quality of the glass or the aperture and shutterspeed balance

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Hello /p/. Never posed on this board before, hope it's the right place for this kind of question.

Recently purchased a Sony FDR-AXP35 Camcorder. Took videos with it. Saved them on the internal memory. Plugged it into my computer. Tried to copy videos to PC. File copying froze. Hot disconnected camcorder from PC. Now all the video I took are gone.

First question; how the fuck do I recover the files? All the software I've tried using refuses to acknowledge the camcorder storage in the file explorer, and I have no idea what to do.

Second question; can you please recommend a make and model of camcorder that does not have such an absolutely bullshit finnicky, temperamental, sensitive file transfer protocol, and can actually be plugged in and out of a PC like a normal 21st century storage medium?
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>>3143841
taking out the sd card to transfer is both safer and faster.
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>>3143841
you never unplug your shit during a transfer. that's your own stupid fault. its not the camcorder, it's your stupid ass thinking things work a certain way when they don't. next you're gonna say you've done it tons of times before and then i'll tell you that all the times you've done it you haven't unplugged your media halfway into a transfer. chances are if it froze, its either:
A) the cable you used to plug your camcorder to the computer
B) it was not tightly secured on either end
C) the hardware on either device was damaged due to any number of reasons which caused a jerk in the connectivity which threw the file transfer into that frozen state. if you wanna do video don't listen to all the fags that are gonna recommend sony alpha whatever the fuck stills cameras that have 4k eat my ass resolution. no one gives a fuck about that. get yourself a panasonic hc-w580. look up reviews or whatever. for the price, it is amazing and you won't be disappointed. it has an SD card slot so you won't have to use a cable for file transfer and eliminate another disaster from happening.
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>>3143843

Yes, well I've learned that the hard way. I'll never, ever use internal memory on a device again.

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Post your architecture shots, or personal favourites
Starting this off with some of my own
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>>3143604

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This is William Eggleston.

Say something nice about him.

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I like him
He said once that he try's to take one photo of a particular scene, might not be smart but I like it
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>>3143458
>might not be smart
its not dumb either. only time a photog needs to spray a scene is when hes getting paid so he needs to make sure hes "getting the shot". eggleston aint outside trying to get the shot, hes just snapping cool stuff he finds.
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literally the best togger of the 20th cntury

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I'll start:

"3D pop"

"microcontrast"

"legendary lens"

"bokeh"

"Olympus M4/3 cameras are adequate for things that move around in anything other than broad daylight"

"DSLR's are obsolete"

"equivalent aperture"

"touchscreens are useful"

[Anything about Leica lenses being good for their sharpness.]
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K, thx for letting me know
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i shoot a nishika and 3d pop is real.
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>>3143424
"film is better"

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Colorado is magical

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>>3143144
Cool, why don't you go photograph some of this magic instead of taking snapshits of rocks on your phone. Also resize. A piece of crap is bad, a piece of crap thats 4,000 pixels long is inexcusable.
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>>3145328
>going on a light-writing imageboard and getting this upset
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>>3145328
it's a more interesting post than yours though.

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Why do people pretend that Panasonic and Olympus are stills cameras and not video cameras?
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Because they are cheap brands who make cheap cameras for cheap people.

Just because they do quite well in video doesnt mean they have to abandon making cameras for old people/dole scum
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>>3143121
why is this board so obsessed with m4/3 that there is a dozen threads bashing it? also, Olympus video sucks, no one uses them for that and the company focus is on stills
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>>3143163
Why are you so obsessed with what other people think? You aren't insecure about your micropenis camera sensor, are you?

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I'm thinking about selling my Canon 5D mark II with the 35mm f/2, 50mm f/1.8 and the 85mm f/1.8 and buy a used Sony A7s.
I prefer night shooting in cities etc. and some landscape photography, as well as occasionally some portraits etc.
The low light performance is the main thing pulling me in. I've thought about going for a Nikon d800 as well. The d8x0s seems really good for landscape and at least better at night shooting.
And tips or thoughts from you lot?
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>>3142972
go with fuji
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>>3142972
Buy a 35mm f2 IS for steady handheld shots.
Buy a a7II for the same results with whatever lens you put on it.
a7s is for video.
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>>3142972
A7S is fantastic for low light shooting. 12MP is more than enough if you don't plan to do large prints.

>>3143055
>>3143048
retards

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