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I like to put on a podcast around the time I'm getting ready to sleep in the evening, because I find hearing people talk in a chill, relaxing way helps me relax. In looking for photography podcasts recently, I just found this photo-related interview show (http://thephotoshow.org/) where the hosts interview various photographers. I thought the concept was interesting, but after listening to a couple episodes I think the hosts aren't charismatic enough and the show suffers as a result.
Has anyone listened to this podcast, did I just listen to a couple duds or are they all pretty consistent(ly boring)? And does anyone know other photography-related podcasts that are good or fun to listen to?
Video editing software
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Newfag here, does video editing discussion go here?
What entry-level video editor do you recommend? I hear Adobe Premiere recommended a lot, but how different is Elements from Pro?
Are Sony Vegas/Movie Studio, Powerlink Powerdirector, Corel Videostudio, etc okay?
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The absolute worst kind of photographer is the brainwashed ideologue. They disdainfully refer to the most interesting photos as "snapshots" while pursuing pointless arbitrary subjects and scenes they've been told are appropriate: urban grit and grime (esp in b&w), wet concrete, unnattractive people on the street, unnecessary shallow DOF, pointless macros of uninteresting objects, etc. In other words nothing that a normal sane person would be remotely interested in. Want to create a good photographer? Find an ordinary person who's never been corrupted by the above, give them a camera and let them use it. Then go back with them and look through the photos and teach them technique (how to use the camera optimally without the ideological crap), and they will be far ahead of the brainwashed artsy-fartsy types.
How to I get to this
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Don't know where this should go, since I don't think it's really a stupid question thing, but more of an advice thing
So I guess advice thread?
Anyway, I'll post some pictures that I didn't make, because I want to know how I can get something similar
So I tried getting something similar, but my pictures end up really underexposed
I don't know what pic related was taken with
I have a m43 with a kitlens, I tried doing like 1/60 shutter speed, at the (lowest I have) f/3.5, ISO was on auto at 3200
I can't go to slower shutter speeds because people usually move desu
Film General Thread
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This is the Film General Thread: "Film is Fun" Edition.
This is a place to post about anything film related. Processing, scanning, developing, gear, etc is all fair game.
>just posting in the FGT doesn't make you gay, unless you post those fucking ADOX CMS 20 example photos