Nah... an Olympus 35RC
Tiny, fully manual - which means the meter doesn't have to be accurate for it to work.
God I can't wait to develop these color rolls. I can't wait to see what this zeiss does on color.
How about a cheesey mirror self portriat?
Maybe I should do a picture book on the trash of north america.
i do shoot raw 98% of the time but if i just want a quick process, ill just use the canon software instead of photoshop. itll keep the preset(if i want to) instead of it being completely raw/flat.
otherwise ill do the full edit
now that oly looks interesting. im gonna read about that more.
I'm sure most cameras do this also, but I always use my lx3 on jpg+raw, because the dynamic b&w is just so damn good on it, but I like having the raw just incase I want color.
here are the difference.
all the same settings. nothing tweaked besides converting to jpg (which i frgot to switch in camera)
"3 f3.5 iso400 tungsten WB
Agfa RSX II 100
CLEAR (a custom preset found in the Canon website)
Meh. I still reckon if you want your clean cut digital images to "downgrade" to a scratchy grainy film look, then just shoot film!
Last edited by .A.K.4.7.; 03-01-2011 at 04:39 PM.
bored as shit at a buddys band practice
i also want to find out if hes done a review on any of the canonets....just to see what he has to say about it.
i know its been compared to the leica m3 in some reviews but id just like a consistency in opinion, coming from the same reviewer.
looks like im leaning towards this oly though....but still want my prime 1st and foremost.
ef 28/1.8 or voigtlander ultron 40/2 SLII hmmmm
Just buy an M2 and never have to worry about it again...
i got a 35rc for christmas this year, i love the little thing, picked up the sunny 16 rule in a matter of minutes, its soooooo fuckin simple
how the fuck did you get to shoot shannon leto
Had a brief stint photographing semi celebrities.
Also shot passion pit... unsure if anyones heard of them... I hadn't. They were right pricks.
they play a couple songs from them on the radio here, it's okay I guess, but I'm not 'hip' enough to like them proper.
canon 85 1.2L
such a beast of a lens
Any film heads on here want to share scanning technicques? When I scan, I drop the contrast way down, it doesn't look nice, but it retains as much information as possible. Make sure you don't drop it down too far, gotta find a happy medium:
Then, I do all my curves and contrast in photoshop, and remove any scratches or spots on the film using a wacom tablet and clone stamp:
And for anybody who says that zeiss lenses aren't good, check out the 100% crop from the original scan:
and ali, I'll see your 1.2 and raise you a 1.1
If that lens is actually yours, for god's sake take the filter off!!!!
Last edited by kmcdon3960; 03-02-2011 at 03:01 PM.
I wish. it's my boss's. I don't get what you mean about the filter though.
that nokoton is bass ass dude
haven't updated it in a while though
shooting another concert next weekend, hella amped. really need to find more gigs.
AK your a full time photographer right? how do you find work?