Just loaded my first ever roll of 120, some Portra 400, with 4 more rolls waiting to be exposed. I am very excited.
I just lost that small plastic thing that holds the camera stuck to the tripod.
Fuck, I hate small plastic things that are important. Doesn't matter how cautious you are, it's going to get lost.
That's why I keep mine in a film roll box thing.
in the worst case you could just put a piece of rubber between the body and the tripod head.
Found it finally.
In my camera bag which I had searched in 100 times before.
Stupid bag with its billions of pockets and small crevices for stuff to hide.
I got to play around with a Red One today.
The Leica (microscope) I was talking about:
(I did not remove the hood because the room was basically plastered in biohazard signs and there where "informational" posters showcasing bacteria. Like the one with a strain of bacteria that would go into your urinal vessel build up there and the more force to remove it would be applied the longer its "tentacles" would get that are holding onto you.)
I suspect that this instructions where made by a Laica fanboy (see 9.)
The Red One is such a fun camera, but then we loaded the 4k project and thought otherwise.
Well my trip to scotland is a bit more planned now. I have a place to stay now in Edinburgh, and my new debit card arrives soon so I can buy my ticket for the bus.
that husky is so fluffy
Oh my, 4k.
Hi, I want to get into amateur photography and have read that you guys suggest film over digital because it teaches you to take better shots(or better said to not waist shots).
I just wanted to know if anyone knows about or can recommend getting a Canon AE-1 as I have found a pretty cheap one that comes with a lens(I think its just the stock lens that would have come with the camera but I cant afford that much so it should be fine for starting out).
Does anyone know if its easy to clean lens fungus?
Does anyone have a Nikon 50mm (AI version) I could borrow, I really want to try out my Nikon EM. Another thing will it work with a M42 adaptor?
Is it just me or all you needed to shoot a music video in the late 90s/early 00s was a couple squares of suburbs, a dolly and a fisheye lens
The downside is the upfront cost. You can get a whole host of film equipment for dirt cheap. You'll have to drop some serious cash if you want a solid beginner's setup (although you can find some good deals if you look around). So if you are really committed and think photography is for you, I'd go digital. Learn about being conservative and getting the right shot after you actually learn to take photos.
Plus if you start off with film and stick to it for a long time, you turn painfully pretentious
have you edited your DP there Jaanus? or have those big eyes always been there (only just noticed them today)
looking to buy a new dslr in between 1000 and 2000 AUD, not really sure what I should get though..
Jaanus, do you really have a television show? I need to watch it
the more i think about it the more i think you may have been kidding...
Are Red one's actually capable of taking stills? I've always been under the impression that they're broadcast quality (or above really) video cameras and aren't used for photography.
does anyone else feel bad about their pictures after looking at bopie's?
(It was sarcasm/a joke/whatever the fuck)
I bought a new tv few days ago. It was only 100 euro's for a 32" full hd tv. Only downside was it had no standard to stand on and I can't order one.
Are wall-mounts universal?
Not exactly universal, but the wall mount I have is adjustable. Specifically, it's a series of rails which you can slide to match the brackets, screwholes, or what have you on the back of your TV. I'd look for something like that.
well fuck, the k-30 is gonna be 900usd (according to some sites, 1100aud by the looks of it if I buy it from australian sources though) with the 18-55mm lens, will probably get that. I really dig pentax cameras and it's not like i'm doing any professional stuff that'd require more than 16mp anyway, + would get to keep using these lenses that I really love that i've got laying around, and it'd still be an upgrade from what I have now. Will probably get this, thanks for pointing it out