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bobmarleysghost
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bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



Your i phone

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



:rolleyes:

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



honest feedback is necessary when one wants to get better, and people with thin skin can't help themselves and conflate honest feedback with assholish feedback.

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



Sagebrush posted:

i learned a long time ago that no matter how many artsy photos of abandoned swingsets and collapsing walls you take, the only pictures you'll want to look at later are the ones with people in them.

i disagree completely. i could look at ruwedel or r adams for ever

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



i could look at chris killip photographs for ever too





bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



echinopsis posted:

I share a lot of other peoples work on my instagram story and drat.. I’ve got some good taste

you can't post this and not post what you post on your IG stories.

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



bellows lugosi posted:

you just like advertising. those images are selling you the idea of being cool, or skinny, or young, or sexualized, or the idea that you're the cool photographer taking pictures of women who want to undress in front of you. they're selling you a lifestyle, and we grow up in a society where we're sold that visual lifestyle our entire lives. i don't think it's a mystery or incomprehensible why you'd find them alluring.

it also makes sense why that sort of photography is at the front of the IG explore page. it has the veneer of Good Photography, which is only the technical side, and eschews any deeper meaning other than "she is very good looking, look at her"

horny sells, and you (echinopsis) bought it hook, line, and sinker

bobmarleysghost fucked around with this message at 17:05 on Jan 24, 2023

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



as an exercise, echinopsis, i challenge you to not repost any horny posts on your story, post everything else that you get inspired from. see what comes of that.

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



echinopsis posted:

nah I have a lil bit of a clue but when you shoot full frame part of doing so is giving crop sensor peeps poo poo

lmao i hope youre not serious? i can't really tell, what with your posting history

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Mar 7, 2006




he's right though, your taste isn't refined, yet. maybe in the future you will dig yourself out of this male gaze hole you find yourself in.

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



Ren Hang
https://www.artnet.com/artists/ren-hang/

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bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



thanks

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bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



This is just me playing around.

Iíve pointed many cams at the sun and none have had problems with that, so maybe itís an urban legend or itís pointed at people that do time lapses pointed at the sun for some reason.

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



Sagebrush posted:

Well to a point. Cell phone sensors genuinely do suck balls

that's true, but you can really pull out great RAW files out of them. Of course model dependent.

My old Nexus 6P had an amazing camera, have printed from it and you cannot tell it was from a phone.
Here's a scan of a print from it.



My current phone is a pixel 6 or something and the lens is noticeably worse - distortion and blurryness around the corners.
I've still printed from it and it's still serviceable.

Moral of the story is print your photos.

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



akadajet posted:

iphones have consistently good cameras, op

...okay?

did I say anything against them?

I'm saying phone cameras/sensors are good enough, and you can print those photos.

I don't give a poo poo if it's apple or android, who the gently caress cares

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



is yospos an apple enclave?

brand loyalty is for dumb people

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



i'd rather not use a phone.

i wish there was an eink phone that has maps and works with my car's nav system.
slow tech.

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



this is 100% crop of the RAW photo, it has a really good non-digital look to it

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bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



qirex posted:

what should we call this, mavicacore?

he wishes

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



my setup is also a nas + backblaze combo

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



echinopsis posted:

lightroom is very bad at displaying noise (from the noise slider) as it would be if it was rendered out

it seems to do it properly at around 55% or closer, and if you hold down shift and slowly zoom out from 60 to 50 or so with an image with lots of noise added in post you can see what I mean (it's subtle)

I had an older version for a while, after 55% it wouldn't show noise at all, I finally looked into it and it was a bug that was fixed in new editions so I finally upgraded BUT while it does now show noise at zooms that fit the whole photo in your display, the noise is not accurate, it's not the same as it would be if you hit render. lame. at least it IS better

I opened lightoom to a photo I had open and my first thought was "god drat I put a lot of noise on that, better turn it way the gently caress down", but when I hit develop, it reverted back to what I had set it to


older versions this wasn't a problem.


just chatting about the important things in this thread

I remember my LR was doing something similar, it turned out the graphics card was adding sharpness, so I turned that off. Check your settings.

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006




Good poo poo

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



echinopsis posted:





I have this point and shoot at home that my mum used to use for taking trademe(nz ebay) photos

it takes photos. it harks back to a day when cameras had phone but some people still believed a budge dedicated camera would be a good choice


I do mean to take it with me when I go out because it takes ok video but it has a proprietary charger which is bullshit and makes me feel like I canít take it out without the charge cable (it plugs into usb-a it could have just been mini or micro or whatever goddamn it)

anyway maybe I should also take pics and share them in this community


These digicams are popular again, if you donít use it you can sell it for an easy $100

https://www.nytimes.com/2023/01/07/technology/digital-cameras-olympus-canon.html

https://theconversation.com/amp/why-are-so-many-gen-z-ers-drawn-to-old-digital-cameras-198854

https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-64512059

https://casualphotophile.com/2022/01/04/digicams-are-the-new-film/

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



Those powershots are cool because you can put chdk on them and get RAW files out of them, which are surprisingly good, all they need is some color noise reduction

bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



I got this one a little while ago, itís got good color science for the jpegs but i use raws out of it. Except for low light, the high iso low light combo renders well in the jpeg.





bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



the solution is to have a small strip of instant film in front of the mirror that flips up just before you take the photo, that way you have a small preview of the image on paper.

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bobmarleysghost
Mar 7, 2006



bellows lugosi posted:



i'm learning how to process digital photos after a decade of shooting only film, it's not too bad

good poo poo slept on

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