Next time check for preexisting threads on the same subject please.
Cute joke, but overruled.
Those are not crappy, they are quite nice. The third one is especially gorgeous!
Neat idea for a collection, wiz! Please post more. Is there any particular reason why you like bus stops?
>>49616>Is there any particular reason why you like bus stops?
Went on a trip across the Czech Republic after I dropped out of university seven years ago. Noticed a great amount of variety among the bus stops there, took pictures of the more interesting ones. It's become a proper hobby of mine since; I take a photo of pretty much any bus stop I come across.
Pic 1: Bus stop in Sárhát, Hungary
Pic 2: Bus stop in Anchar, Bulgaria
Pic 3: Bus stop in San Dorligo della Valle, Italy
Thanks for all these. My favorites are the Estonian and Danish bus stops. That Italian one is interesting. Is that a fountain in the middle, or maybe some sort of drainage?
I live in a shitty country where +90% is desert , no natural scenes to take photos
Honestly it looks like pre-historic village mixed with 1900s technology
It looks like utter shit
I think the desert is beautiful.
stupid phone gyro>>49617
I like these types of images. They're reminiscent of how old video game / cg textures were extracted from photos.
That sigh was clearly made by a wise-ass
I love these, something about the combination of autumn leaves, the overcast sky and slightly dull colors, and the expression and posture of the chimp make it so beautiful but sad
I swear these were posted here years back
There's so much more crimes in sweden these days… where in sweden was this?
Do you guys have tips for getting into photography? Equipment to start? Guides? Or should I just check the norman chan?
A camera is a must of course. An entry-level DSLR will let you cover all focal ranges with extra lenses and offer full manual controls. Canon EOS, Nikon D3nnn, and some Sony A series fall under $350 WITH a standard zoom lens (even one with image stabilization). A great point and shoot can still be found for less though, and while usually offering really good zoom, you won't always have manual focus, shutter, or aperture adjustments. Modern cellphones come with great cameras that can automatically choose the best settings, and some even have both wide and standard focal lengths to switch between.
The real question though is what kind of photography are you interested in. Which kind of photographs do you see and like so much that you wish to reproduce the style? What irks you to taking up photography as a hobby? This effects greatly the kind of gear you need. Someone wanting to shoot insects will need macro equipment, someone wanting to shoot architecture should invest in wide lenses with tilt, run-and-gun street photography would work best with a quick automatic lens and stabilization handles, etc etc.
Are there any photographs in this or the previous thread that strike your fancy?
You'd fare well to look at general beginner guides on Youtube as these will give you some examples of possible styles and run you over the basics of getting the most out of any camera. Beware of Youtube photographer personalities though, they can be pretty annoying and even elitist. 4Chan is a good place for all levels of skill but /p/ sometimes fills up with bullies and meme information so be alert.
That depth of field effect or whatever it is is very distracting. I think the pics would be better without it.
Are these closeups of cheese or something?
You mean like edgy moonman shit or stuff they sing at KKK rallies or something?
Apparently it is a mini-raid by some shitposter on /b/ for some unknown reason.
Its almost weird now getting used to wandering around with an actual camera
Some of these are absolutely stunning
For the longest time I've wished to get into photography. I have a cheap old DSLR. Can any kind anon direct me to a book/video guide on how to learn to use it effectively?
You should try making bismuth crystals or go to quarries to find really interesting specimens.