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Re: the photography thread.
« Reply #6660 on: July 26, 2018, 06:55:19 AM »
Going to post a bunch of shots, sorry in advance, I have no online portfolio thing. I haven't shot photos in a while either, so this is old. Let's just count this post as the zine I'll probably never get around to making...

Here's a bunch of old photos from the filming sessions for Magenta's video "Just Cruise"


Zach Lyons


Masaki Ui


Zach Chamberlin and the castle of tapes (120+ in three months)








Zach Chamberlin quick ollie up to slappy noseslide tailgrab


Yoan Taillandier filming Takahiro Morita


Zach C


Morita


Morita, Richard Hart


Glen Fox


Xavier Benavides


Jimmy Lannon






James Coleman


Jimmy Lannon


Glen Fox


Jimmy Lannon


James Coleman


Morita & Yoan Taillandier

and here's some more odd stuff










Miguel Castro, nollie flip


Ben Gore, nollie heelflip




Vivien Feil, crooked grind



Glen Fox




Laurence Keefe






Colin Read


Lui Araki






Jacob Harris


Cards


Axel Cruysberghs




Yoan Taillandier


Jake Brady


Romain Scordino



Leo Valls


Ray Barbee, Chuck Treece, TG


Ray Barbee




Masaki Ui






Colin Read, Glen Fox, Connor Kammerer


Tomaz Santl, nosebonk






Glen Fox


Vivien Feil, switch backside lipslide


Carlos Young


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Re: the photography thread.
« Reply #6661 on: July 26, 2018, 06:57:58 AM »
dont be lazy... make the zine. some good stuff there!
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Re: the photography thread.
« Reply #6662 on: July 26, 2018, 07:38:02 AM »
Ayo, for dudes on here who know more about photography than me I've got some curious questions. First let's start with some styles. I'm a pretty big fan of these people's photos:


The latter has tutorials and such so I think I understand how they edit along with what they're looking for better. For the former, what's she doing exactly? I get that she's post processing the hell out of it but as to aperture, ISO, shutter speed, etc... Can you guys spot a trend? And also what would you guess she's doing when she edits them?


I'm going to guess that those photos are made using multiple exposures of different exposure times layered on top of each other with a lot of masking and blending going on. It's got to be a very meticulous editing process that you're only going to be able to mimic with a lot of photoshop practice.

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« Reply #6663 on: July 26, 2018, 08:10:24 AM »
I don't know man, with that much editing (to me) you may as well just paint pictures instead of make them. I appreciate what comes of pictures in post usually,but some people over do it and it gets bland.

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« Reply #6664 on: July 26, 2018, 08:12:29 AM »
I don't know man, with that much editing (to me) you may as well just paint pictures instead of make them. I appreciate what comes of pictures in post usually,but some people over do it and it gets bland.
agreed, im not really a fan of HDR photos, they just look idk too much. usually over saturated and too sharp that it looks too digital.
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« Reply #6665 on: July 26, 2018, 08:34:59 AM »
I don't know man, with that much editing (to me) you may as well just paint pictures instead of make them. I appreciate what comes of pictures in post usually,but some people over do it and it gets bland.
agreed, im not really a fan of HDR photos, they just look idk too much. usually over saturated and too sharp that it looks too digital.
Yea exactly. Like I'm in a tech office waiting room,  basically.

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« Reply #6666 on: July 26, 2018, 08:48:20 AM »
shot this months ago. hyped on the lighting and how that red shirt makes him pop out. thought id share with you guys.
(Damn tinypic ruins photos)



(shot with my fujifilmx100f, not practical to shoot action with a range finder but i love that camera)
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« Reply #6667 on: July 26, 2018, 06:27:44 PM »
Well done man

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Re: the photography thread.
« Reply #6668 on: July 27, 2018, 06:33:14 AM »
Ayo, for dudes on here who know more about photography than me I've got some curious questions. First let's start with some styles. I'm a pretty big fan of these people's photos:


The latter has tutorials and such so I think I understand how they edit along with what they're looking for better. For the former, what's she doing exactly? I get that she's post processing the hell out of it but as to aperture, ISO, shutter speed, etc... Can you guys spot a trend? And also what would you guess she's doing when she edits them?

idk what youre really asking here, but it seems like marilyn just messes with split toning, just adding a hue/color to either the bright parts of the photos or the darks.. probably just slides it over to purple/blue and gets that overall tone.

easily done in lightroom if you have it...


Yeah, that's basically what I was asking. I've been playing around with photos and use those settings - Noealz usually adjusts those for all of his as well. I'm never able to get mine to turn out all too similar to either but maybe it just takes practice. I have had photos turn out pretty sick though just not consistently.

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Re: the photography thread.
« Reply #6669 on: July 27, 2018, 06:50:03 AM »
Ayo, for dudes on here who know more about photography than me I've got some curious questions. First let's start with some styles. I'm a pretty big fan of these people's photos:


The latter has tutorials and such so I think I understand how they edit along with what they're looking for better. For the former, what's she doing exactly? I get that she's post processing the hell out of it but as to aperture, ISO, shutter speed, etc... Can you guys spot a trend? And also what would you guess she's doing when she edits them?

idk what youre really asking here, but it seems like marilyn just messes with split toning, just adding a hue/color to either the bright parts of the photos or the darks.. probably just slides it over to purple/blue and gets that overall tone.

easily done in lightroom if you have it...


Yeah, that's basically what I was asking. I've been playing around with photos and use those settings - Noealz usually adjusts those for all of his as well. I'm never able to get mine to turn out all too similar to either but maybe it just takes practice. I have had photos turn out pretty sick though just not consistently.

yeah its alittle tricky to do it well and not have it look over edited, subtle tones and maybe overlay different tones on different parts of the photo so its not just a bland tone change over the whole photo.

i might try to shoot some night shots this weekend and copy it just for practice, thanks for posting that stuff.
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Re: the photography thread.
« Reply #6670 on: July 27, 2018, 12:59:03 PM »


























I bought one of those 645 cameras that shoots portrait/vertical orientation by default and it appears to have poisoned my brain regardless of the camera i'm shooting.

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Re: the photography thread.
« Reply #6671 on: July 31, 2018, 03:42:33 PM »
i know this is been asked before, but what are you all shooting with?

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« Reply #6672 on: July 31, 2018, 03:47:43 PM »
Film wise: lomography toy cameras and a canon t70 with a 50mm 1.4
 I had a Nikon for digital stuff but sold it, been fucking with the manual settings on my phone so thats as close as I get now haha

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« Reply #6674 on: July 31, 2018, 06:02:05 PM »
i know this is been asked before, but what are you all shooting with?

Canon 60d and fuji x100f
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« Reply #6675 on: July 31, 2018, 06:33:50 PM »
i know this is been asked before, but what are you all shooting with?

Canon 60d and fuji x100f
I've been considering that fuji...any bad things about it because all I hear/see if good stuff

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« Reply #6676 on: July 31, 2018, 07:35:22 PM »
i know this is been asked before, but what are you all shooting with?

Canon 60d and fuji x100f
I've been considering that fuji...any bad things about it because all I hear/see if good stuff

Best camera Iíve ever owned, downfalls are no interchangeable lenses but they do make like pop on lens attachments, and if you shoot with flashes and pocket wizards, itís hard to turn the dials on top when you have the wizard in the hotshot plate.


If you got the money, I highly recommend it. Feels and looks like a 35mm rangefinder, and has some cool film preset filters or whatever theyíre called
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« Reply #6677 on: August 01, 2018, 06:45:47 AM »
i know this is been asked before, but what are you all shooting with?

Canon 60d and fuji x100f
I've been considering that fuji...any bad things about it because all I hear/see if good stuff

Best camera Iíve ever owned, downfalls are no interchangeable lenses but they do make like pop on lens attachments, and if you shoot with flashes and pocket wizards, itís hard to turn the dials on top when you have the wizard in the hotshot plate.


If you got the money, I highly recommend it. Feels and looks like a 35mm rangefinder, and has some cool film preset filters or whatever theyíre called
Yea they're a lil over a grand,but I'm pretty sure I'll be getting one soon. Cheaper than a Leica haha

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Re: the photography thread.
« Reply #6678 on: August 01, 2018, 07:33:36 AM »
i know this is been asked before, but what are you all shooting with?

Canon 60d and fuji x100f
I've been considering that fuji...any bad things about it because all I hear/see if good stuff

Best camera Iíve ever owned, downfalls are no interchangeable lenses but they do make like pop on lens attachments, and if you shoot with flashes and pocket wizards, itís hard to turn the dials on top when you have the wizard in the hotshot plate.


If you got the money, I highly recommend it. Feels and looks like a 35mm rangefinder, and has some cool film preset filters or whatever theyíre called
Yea they're a lil over a grand,but I'm pretty sure I'll be getting one soon. Cheaper than a Leica haha

exactly why i bought it, wanted a leica but this thing is so good i dont crave another camera. plus having a mirrorless shutter is sweet for skating, you can sync your flashes to whatever speed and not worry about it unlike shooting with a dslr.
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« Reply #6679 on: August 02, 2018, 02:08:20 AM »
Been on the lookout for a point and shoot film camera I can feel comfortable enough to skate with but still get decent shots with.  Anyone have any recommendations?  Right now I have a F3 and that is a tank to take with you everyday.

 

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« Reply #6680 on: August 02, 2018, 04:09:28 AM »
Been on the lookout for a point and shoot film camera I can feel comfortable enough to skate with but still get decent shots with.  Anyone have any recommendations?  Right now I have a F3 and that is a tank to take with you everyday.
Leica minilux
Contax t3
Ricoh GR1v
Thrift store point n shoots (I got a really good Canon for $2 that shoots decent)
Most of them are like carrying a bar of soap in your pocket unless you get a wrist strap.

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Re: the photography thread.
« Reply #6681 on: August 02, 2018, 06:46:39 AM »
Maybe like one of the Konica Big Miniís or Olympus Trip. Pretty compact and affordable and youíll get awesome results - especially the Konica.

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Re: the photography thread.
« Reply #6682 on: August 02, 2018, 12:41:47 PM »
My skate photos are few and far between, but I really like how this one turned out. It also helps that it's a super sick trick :



Japhey Dow - Sw Backside Tailslide the whole thing, as seen in :

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Re: the photography thread.
« Reply #6683 on: August 06, 2018, 12:53:58 PM »
anyone in here have a nikon l35af they are willing to part with?

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« Reply #6684 on: August 06, 2018, 01:44:41 PM »
anyone in here have a nikon l35af they are willing to part with?

theres a some floating around on ebay but like a lot of fun cameras seem a bit overpriced. I shot the Canon equivalent (Canon AF35M) for the past couple years and loved it, sadly it's now a paperweight; if you're looking for something just to casually shoot around with, you could probably find one for pretty cheap, as an alternative to Nikon. The thing is a brick and very loud but it was a lot of fun.

Canon AF35M: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Canon-AF35M-35mm-Point-Shoot-Film-Camera-38mm-f2-8-Sure-Shot-Autoboy-Untested/163169714336?hash=item25fdac40a0%3Ag%3AMHAAAOSwwY9bWpEG&_sacat=0&_nkw=canon+af35m&_from=R40&rt=nc&LH_TitleDesc=0%7C0
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« Reply #6685 on: August 06, 2018, 10:59:34 PM »
Went to Washington this past weekend and hiked to Colchuck Lake. Had my 10 stop ND filter. Squarespace uploads my photos as shit but the lake is pretty damn smooth.



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« Reply #6686 on: August 07, 2018, 03:05:25 AM »
^ Those are sick dude, nice job.

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« Reply #6687 on: August 07, 2018, 03:56:32 AM »
Yeah those are sick Fongstarr. I love the blue/green hues in the pictures!

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« Reply #6688 on: August 07, 2018, 09:33:58 AM »
Thanks guys! Appreciate the props.
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Re: the photography thread.
« Reply #6689 on: August 14, 2018, 05:29:47 AM »
How do you respond to different reactions from people that you try to shoot in the streets? Are you more assertive and say something like "Cmon you look amazing" or more passive like "oh i wasnt making a photo of you". Was shooting a lot yesterday so im curious about how others respond in these situations...