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Discussion in 'Picture gallery' started by Fube, Dec 20, 2007.

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  1. lakim shabazz

    lakim shabazz Moderator

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    learning film first is more important you understand light ALOT more
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    I caught the quick lock buggin in the institution whatever sanity was left caught the execution.
     
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  2. VAsucks

    VAsucks Senior Member

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    i would say only learn on film if you can afford it
    i think its more fun but it does get pricey
     
  3. Colorplace

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  4. BazookaTooth

    BazookaTooth Senior Member

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  5. Colorplace

    Colorplace Senior Member

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    bazooka that first pic is sick as fuck
     
  6. BazookaTooth

    BazookaTooth Senior Member

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    ya so trippy lookin through there
     
  7. lakim shabazz

    lakim shabazz Moderator

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    hahah yoooo tooth i was at that same bridge trying to get that same shot hahaha you executed it perfectly
    peace
     
  8. One Evil

    One Evil Elite Member

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    beauty pic bazooka!
    ;)
     
  9. One Evil

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  10. .A.K.4.7.

    .A.K.4.7. Elite Member

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    Sunny 16 rule I posted a few pages back. This is how street shooters set up exposures in daylight without light meters or having to constantly fiddle with their shutter speeds and apertures. Also learn how the depth of field scale works on your lens. Look it up on google. These are two techniques street photographers use. I can't be bothered explaining all this again I do it constantly.

    http://www.dofmaster.com/hyperfocal.html
     
  11. thesecks

    thesecks Senior Member

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    I don't know if its late or its just me, but this hyperfocal stuff is complicated. The concept is simple, the execution of the thing is confusing.
     
  12. lakim shabazz

    lakim shabazz Moderator

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    its like auto focus for film you just need to shoot from the same distance you set the aperture at.
     
  13. Robbie P

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  14. .A.K.4.7.

    .A.K.4.7. Elite Member

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    No, thats wrong. Set your aperture to f/16 and set the infinity symbol next to f/16 on the depth of field scale. Done. now look at f/16 on the left on the scale, you you can read from where everythign will be in focus. eg, on a 35mm lens anything from beyond about 2 meters will be perfectly in focus.


    trust me, LEARN THIS.
     
  15. lakim shabazz

    lakim shabazz Moderator

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  16. UpstateHate585

    UpstateHate585 Elite Member

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  17. quip

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  18. SAID

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    Robbie P, your shots are really clean man, great job

    Damn Guip,
    shit's straight blazinnnnnnn'
    reaallyyyyyyy dig the first and third!

    from my trip to Nova Scotia last summer..
    reminds me of a HP background

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  19. quip

    quip Senior Member

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    By Guip i'm assuming you ment quip, Ha. Thanks a lot man. those clouds are awesome, they look fake!
     
  20. kmcdon3960

    kmcdon3960 Elite Member

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    quip i like the first one but I think the last one would be better if you stopped down a bit, the shallow depth is kinda distracting in that one