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If you had your camera with you at the marathon finish line during the bombing, would you have taken photos of the victims?
Guy in the green jacket doesn't seem to have a taste for it.
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I bought the Samsung WB150 last year sometime, the pictures are alright, but sometimes when i view them they appear to be very slightly pixelated, im unsure why, but then it will end up sometimes that the pictures will be perfect, I need some help for the settings and such that i should take to achieve the maximum quality.
Someone help me please.
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again I need your help.
This friday I have the chance to take my camera to the concert of my favorite band and take photos. I also have an working exposure-meter, that won't be the problem.
But I realy don't which focal length's I should use. I can go directly to the edge of the stage (about 1 - 1,5m high), put probably there will be some fans already standing so I think most of the time I will stand ~1m away from the stage.
So /p/, could y'all please give me some advices which focal length's I should use?
Pic related, this is the stage.
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I recently had some film developed through Wal-Mart's send-out service. More than half of my pictures look like this. Fujifilm included the following note to me:
LIGHT FOGGED FILM
Light can fog film in so many ways that it is not possible to show all the examples. Most streaks, reddish spots, or blobs are caused by light fog.
Light can also cause off color pictures, usually reddish in color, if the entire negative has been fogged.
1. Opening the back of the camera with the film loaded.
2. Damaged cassette caused by dropping or rough handling.
3. Pulling film out of a 35mm cassette.
4. Loading camera in direct sunlight.
5. X-rays or heat can cause a similar problem.
1 and 4 are not options, as I took these photos on a disposable camera. I used up all my exposures within a day or two, and I know my film wasn't dropped or exposed to heat after purchase.
I googled light fogging and the wikipedia page says that it is most often caused by the film being processed with expired chemicals. It also said that it could be caused by the wrong chemicals being used, insufficient washing, etc. E.g., PROCESSING errors.
The vast majority of the photos that have this damage to them are either completely or almost completely black, except for that weird coloring in the corners and on the bottom of the image. A few have an image, but the color values are WAY off. I will post on of those following this post.
I am extremely suspicious that this was a processing mistake for the following reasons:
1) I never abused my film.
2) On my contact sheets, most of the images look like this, but the ones that did turn out are not all together, but instead strewn about randomly.
3) They also scratched one of my photos. I will post this one, as well.
4) My negatives were not returned to me.
Any ideas as to what caused this?