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I want to get into photography but i dont exactly live in the safest of areas and im not trying to be a major professional but i still want good quality

what are some good cameras i can consider that dont scream "please rob me and steal everything i own"?

im looking at about a $300-$400 price range
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>>2681035
gear thread
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$3-400 that doesn't scream "Rob me and everything I own"?

Ruger LCR.
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>>2681045
do this

but to save the hassle get a compact like the ricoh gr
it looks like a dumpy compact from the 90's
black and discrete and pocketable

sage

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So got my first "good" camera outside of point and shoots. I'm trying to be a big boy and not shoot in auto mode. So the internet says to use Aperture mode for shooting. So on my first outing with the camera I put the camera in A mode and messed around. I do have some questions though, When you open up the aperture you getting a shallower DoF, I understand this, on my kinda crappy kit leans I shot some a F3.5 (the most open I can get with this lens) and do like the effect for some shots but a lot of the stuff i'm gonna want to take pics of is landscapes stuff like pic related. At what point does the DoF open up so you get "everything in focus"? I used F5 a lot since it looked good on the camera screen.

I also have some shutter speed questions, I saw some humming birds and wanted to "freeze them" in time so to speak, what kind of shutter speed am I gonna need to do that? In general what speed of shutter should I be using for hand held shots? How slow can it get before it gets blurry?

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google hyperfocal distance, shoot at no slower than 1/focal length.of a second
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>>2681020
/thread
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>>2681020 +1
Basically, focus to the infinite and go for an aperture of ƒ9 ~ƒ11, even if you have to bump the ISO.
Are you french? I swear your picture is in France.

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Wanting to buy an A7S but the ebay retailer specified that is ntsc only and I'm Australian..I don't know much about this concern but will it effect the video footage I take or fuck up the edit. I hope not because the price is great and would love some advice
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>australia cucked yet again

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>>2680982
I take it I'm in hot water here
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I'm pretty sure Final Cut or Premiere or Windows Movie Maker out whatever the fuck you just will process it the same way, then up to you how you save it

Hey /p/ I know you probably get this question a lot and are sick as hell of it but I'm coming here because I trust you guys know what you're doing, so please ignore me if I'm annoying.

I've got a DSLR camera (Rebel T3) that I got on a whim with my tax return money because it was dirt cheap and I've only really been taking random shots of nature around the house, never really exerted any effort, and I've not had it long enough to know all the settings and tricks.

But now my cousin is getting married and he's adamant about me taking photos at his wedding, I already explained to him I'm not good, and that for every good photo I have I deleted like 200+ blurry/out of focus photos, but he's still insisting.

tl;dr Could you please spare any tips on how not to fuck up these photos entirely? I am googling as well, but I figured I might as well ask people that have been doing this for a while.
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Taking photos as in for fun or taking photos as in doing the job of an actual wedding photographer? Because if it's the latter there's no way you won't fuck it up.
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>>2680969
For fun.
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>>2680970
If it's for fun, I wouldn't worry too much about it.

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What a qt.

http://www.zaikeinews.com/articles/752/20151003/japans-first-female-photojournalist-going-strong.htm

Will you still be shooting 80 years from now, /p/?
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>>2680540
If I don't die from eating fried butter every day, sure.
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>>2680601
>fried butter
What? Shouldn't it melt right away?
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Hopefully some kind of Lightro Camera. They look fascinating but are not up to resolution, price, quality of most cameras today

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Is it at all possible to get into photography with just a phone camera? I know I won't be able to adjust settings, but I can work on things like angle and getting the shot in the correct frame. I like photography, but not enough to spend the money on a decent camera.
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>>2680328
Holy shit this board is slow, I'll checkup tomorrow morning.
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Things you might be able to learn

>composition from only one focal length
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I cant think of anything else. I do see some great iphone only instagram accounts now and then but consider those the extreme minority.

Buy a fucking camera when you get your first highschool job. Ask the gear thread.

Things you wont learn with a smart phone:

>what good dynamic range should look like
>focusing
>use of bokeh
>what focal length to use for different shots
>what is "good lighting" for a photo
>pan photography
>how aperature effects sharpness, DOF, Bokeh, ect
>what a "stop" is
>how to select a good shutter speed

Thats just the beginning
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>>2680328
>>2680330
Oh, and these photos are boring as shit and dont have even have subject.

>the subject is grass

Please

Check the rules, resize your images to 1000 max on one side. No one wants to see snapshits at 3000x2500 especially iphone snapshits

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Quick question /p/, can you help me identify this camera?

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Anyone have or used a Sony a5000? If so, how was it and what lens were you using? Also, feel free to suggest any alternatives.

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I can suggest using the fucking gear thread.
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>>2680061
get the a5100. you'll get phase detect auto focus and xavc-s.
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>>2680062
gear thread is trash, anon.

Upload your pics of México
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>>2679928
Too much straightening out. You need to keep a little bit of convergence to prevent the tower looking like it is about to topple over to the right.

Learn to trust your eyes and instinct don't just religiously follow the grid lines on the screen.
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>>2680558
I really want to like this, I really do.

but lights on the left side really take all the focus away from the picture overall.

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