I just put a new film in and noticed how the camera keeps skipping frames, which causes the film to be much shorter than it actually is.
What can i possibly do? My guess is that the film magazine (takeup spool) is not working properly. I wonder, what if i put a different DX code to the film...
I keep reading these reviews from websites that do scanner tests and reviews and as it turns out, all of the "more affordable" scanners do not reach anywhere neard the dpi that the manufacturers claim.
Heres a review of the Epson V700 that i wanted to get (skip to the image quality paragraph)...
I have a few ideas i want to realise but i have also realised that i have no structure in creating work. I spent plenty of time looking at photography books which has helped a bit but also made me realize that i am lacking structure and knowledge on how to realize a photo idea.
Can anyone help...
While cleaning up my basement, i found it, better yet i totally forgot about it. Since i have used Canon for years, i dont know whats compatible with it. A 35mm lens would be great but you can also recommend anything you want. Thanks.
On one hand i love shooting film and i love the results an M6 could possibly offer but on the other hand, i freaking love what the X-T1 offers as well. Wtf should i do? No, more importantly, wtf would you do? By the way, i will get rid of my Ricoh GR in order to get one of them so it will most...
My lens has these milky stains on the focus ring that i cannot get rid of. At first i tried water with Q-tips and that didnt work. Before i take it any further, i wanted to see what you guys do about these stains. Thanks!
I know it gives you more DOF but does that automatically give me more sharpness in a picture? Maybe i am overthinking it or simply going in a wrong direction with this.
Either way, while we at it, what do you do with your camera to get the most sharpness?
Thanks in advance.
I just put a new Film in and the red light keeps on blinking whenever i turn it on and whenever i want to take a picture as well. Once there were both lamps (green and red) blinking but still, no possibility to take any photos.
Can anyone help? Before you ask, yes i have put a new battery in as...
Whenever i shoot black and white, some of my pics either have a blueish or reddish touch to it (the black just isnt really black).
For my understanding, what makes it look this way?
Secondly, what can i do to get rid of it? I simply want pure black and white pics.
I have a Ricoh GR that has a built-in ND filter and i have googled the effect already and came across a lot of cheesy stuff like soft looking waterfalls and whatnot. How does an ND filter translate inot daily street photography? When else could/should i use it?
Does anyone know where i can get one in Europe? BH got one but with shipping and tax, its absolutely unreasonable. Thanks in advance.
Oh and the neck strap, theres just too many out there, wouldnt know what to get.
I tried this F8 thing that supposedly gives you better pics but in order for me to even see something, i have to crank up the ISO and shutter speed something serious and then the pics are super-grainy (because of the ISO obviously) - did i misunderstand something about this rule?
I want do downsize a bit and carry something small, with fast focus and great image quality - what do you recommend? The low light aspect would be also important for nighttime photos.
At the moment i am eyeing the Fuji X100s and the Ricoh GR. What do you think of these? Oh by the way, i am open...
I have been looking at that Fuji X100s but i want to hear from you guys what else is out there. To those who say you cant compare a Leica with that, feel free and drop your knowledge on what else is out there. Thanks.