General Discussion: everyone's a fucking photographer


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THE GUV'NOR
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19 Apr 2015 14:22
really good
Ricer
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posted 19 Apr 2015 15:14, edited 19 Apr 2015 15:14
Cheers

Some more "serious" photographer types I always kinda feel might scoff at the likes of them as being a bit over processed but that's how I'd expect Tokyo to look, other worldly, cartoony, & neon as fuck
Malik
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19 Apr 2015 19:08
Cool
THE GUV'NOR
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21 Apr 2015 15:22


















few from a recent excursion
toastbread
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21 Apr 2015 15:55
Cool
max37
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21 Apr 2015 16:14
toastbread wrote: Cool
jimmoleum
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21 Apr 2015 16:25
Cool
Malik
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posted 21 Apr 2015 16:30, edited 21 Apr 2015 16:30
Cool

edit: been meaning to mess with some long exposure myself, but just never got around to it because of the tripod and what not.
MoB
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posted 21 Apr 2015 16:52, edited 21 Apr 2015 16:52
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Ricer
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21 Apr 2015 21:55
Water + long exposure = Cool
THE GUV'NOR
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21 Apr 2015 23:23
Used a 10 stop nd filter on all the shots
Ricer
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22 Apr 2015 09:03
Nice one, I think I've an 8 stop one that I bought for doing timelapses years ago (able to drag the shutter for longer) but it only fits my kit lens so doesn't get much use.
Have seen them used in city centres to make'em look like abandoned cities which is proper cool
THE GUV'NOR
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22 Apr 2015 09:45
yeah i had a photo tutorial and the instructor had used it on a major road in hong kong and was just empty really good trick and love the effect it has on the water
shame
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22 Apr 2015 13:35
you should try to use only 1 or 2 focal length while doing a series of a certain topic (35/85 or 28/50), makes much more sense aesthetically especially when you show them in a row plus it's always nice to tell a little 'story'.

@guv'nor
…as an example, you're series would be much stronger if you'd show em in this order.

Corbs
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31 May 2015 11:42
Typo on the Sony US store – A7r for $199. Most likely won't work but worst case is they refund you…
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26 Jul 2015 10:53
Slightly random and apologies should it be inappropriate to ask here, but is anyone here with a D750 or D810 interested in an As New Sony A7II for a swap, obviously with some cash as well for the latter one?
sciphiyem
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26 Jul 2015 12:13
Some pics from Japan trip this past spring :



















timmbo
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10 Aug 2015 18:03
can anyone recommend somewhere in London to have digital photos printed? from 4x6 up to 16x20.

with digital, any difference between some fancy specialist shop over the kiosks at boots?
compulsiveshopper
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posted 11 Sep 2015 16:02, edited 11 Sep 2015 16:02
Homer
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14 Sep 2015 11:48
timmbo wrote: can anyone recommend somewhere in London to have digital photos printed? from 4x6 up to 16x20.

with digital, any difference between some fancy specialist shop over the kiosks at boots?

Theprintspace, not cheap but great quality