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    Viejo "rompe sueños" imbecil, creo que le dicen. . .

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    :. José Ramón San Cristóbal nos quiso impresionar diciendo: Ver post
    Iren mais, en un grupo del feis que se dedican a la compraventa de equipo fotográfico apareció esto: Cámara Canon A-1 con lentes Canon 50mm f1.4, canon 28mm f2.8 y Rexagon 35mm f2.8. Incluye un Canon Auto Bellows (fuelle para hacer macro) con disparador doble y Canon Duplicador 35mm (para hacer copias de rollos de 35mm). 2000 pesos, en Tijuana.

    La camara la tiraría a la verga, porque es canon, pero el duplicador me interesa saber si lo puedo usar como para escanear diapositivas o tiras de pelicula 35mm. El fuelle y los lentes los puedo usar en una 10D, porque la neta eso del macro si es un jale bien entretenido.

    ¿Y qué hubo con esto, Archemo?

  3. #153
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    Tutorial para tomar fotos destas bien chiditas:




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    Desde que empecé con lo de la fotografía me ha gustado mucho jugar con la exposición. Apenas cuando aprendía a usar la cámara digital experimenté con un rayito láser, o con las luces de algún antro al que me invitaban y obvio yo de rechazado tomando fotos a las lucecitas, y éstos fueron los resultados:









    Y luego ya cuando anduve fotografiando lobukis mientras las folla- eh, digo, de fotógrafo en antros (), apliqué algo de eso que aprendí, usando flash externo y largas exposiciones, obtuve resultados como:








    Y después de haber usado cierto giro farol de la cámara mientras tomaba la foto, se volvió famoso y todos querían su foto "con efecto", aunque fuera en graduaciones y cosas así




    Sé que es un elemento muy sencillo, pero meh, sirve de algo

  5. #155
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    ¿Ese tipo de fotos las cobras más caras? más o menos cuánto más del precio normal.


    En el universo de destino final, esas fotos muestran cómo van a morir esas personas.

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    En la revista me pagaban $2.50 por foto publicada más viáticos, una miseria, considerando que la susodicha jefa borraba casi la mitad de las fotos y dejaba las más culeras. Había bonos por si fotografiaba a alguna celebridad (estando en el ranchito hidrocálido, ps...), o si conseguía que alguna marca se hiciera patrocinador (conseguí de Moët Hennesy, que fue lo más alto que llegué y me pagaron mis buenos 5000 barravaros, y Moët me pagó en especie).

    Por particular, cobraba usualmente hasta 10$ por foto, más viáticos, y usualmente aceptaba solo eventos grandes que me aseguraran un buen ingreso económico. En la Feria de San Marcos fue una buena pesca.


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    Recuerdo vagamente que los fotógrafos de bodas en Puebla cobraban 40 pesitos por foto de aprox. media carta, y eso hace como ocho años. ¿Estaría muy descabellado si subieras allá tus precios?

  8. #158
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    Mi hermana cotizó acá a un fotógrafo para su boda y le cobraba 40 mil pesos por cubrir el evento n_n, no recuerdo cuantas fotos impresas incluida ni que tamaños, pero por esa cantidad, yo esperaría que además de las fotos, le pusieran un modelo de novio porque su esposo está re-feo.

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    :. Cálida Morsa nos quiso impresionar diciendo: Ver post
    Recuerdo vagamente que los fotógrafos de bodas en Puebla cobraban 40 pesitos por foto de aprox. media carta, y eso hace como ocho años. ¿Estaría muy descabellado si subieras allá tus precios?
    No creo, aunque llevo dos años sin dedicarme a eso

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    Alguien apellidado Gorrogonogoitia no puede estar equivocado.

  11. #161
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    Quesque la foto ganadora del Worl Press Photo fue cachirul. . .


    Was the 2013 World Press Photo of the Year faked with Photoshop, or merely manipulated?
    By Sebastian Anthony on May 13, 2013 at 1:31 pm318 Comments
    2013 World Press Photo of the Year: Gaza Burial, by Paul Hansen
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    Updated @ 4:32pm 5/14: An independent expert in the field of image forensics, Eduard de Kam, has analyzed the original Raw file, compared it to the prize-winning JPEG file, and concluded that “all of [the pixels] are exactly in the same place.” He also says that the final photo has experienced “a fair amount of post-production” (as in, dodging, burning, etc.), which probably explains a lot of the seemingly incredible lighting in the image.

    Updated @ 5:00am 5/15: Neal Krawetz, the forensic analyst who originally claimed that the image was significantly altered, has issued a response to the World Press Photo’s independent analysis. In short, despite the independent analysis, Krawetz still believes he is vindicated in saying the award-winning photo has been significantly modified. There’s a roll-over image on his site that shows two different versions of the image — and it quite clearly shows that the award-winning photo has been subject to more than just dodging/burning. The original blog post remains below — but we have inserted new section that discusses the new revelations.

    Updated @ 6:31pm 5/15: Hany Farid, an expert in image forensics, says: “We have reviewed the RAW image, as supplied by World Press Photo, and the resulting published JPEG image. It is clear that the published photo was retouched with respect to both global and local color and tone. Beyond this, however, we find no evidence of significant photo manipulation or compositing.” On the flip side, Krawetz has also provided further analysis of the XMP data, which really does seem to suggest that the prize-winning photo was the result of four different photos. “I still believe my conclusion was correct. The fact that external reviewers confirmed both global and local modifications just makes my day,” says Krawetz. “And if World Press Photo believes that the modifications were acceptable for their contest, then that really is fine.” Again, the original block post remains below — but we have inserted another block towards the end, to explain the current state of play.

    It turns out that the 2013 World Press Photo of the Year — the largest and most prestigious press photography award — was, in actual fact, a fake. The World Press Photo association hasn’t yet stripped the photographer, Paul Hansen, of the title, but presumably it’s just a matter of time. Rather than discussing the politics of photo manipulation, though — is it faked, or is it merely enhanced? — we’re going to look at how Hansen seemingly managed to trick a panel of experienced judges with his shooping skillz, and how a seasoned computer scientist spotted the fraudulent forgery from a mile off.

    The photo, dubbed Gaza Burial, was purportedly captured on November 20, 2012 by Paul Hansen. Hansen was in Gaza City when Israeli forces retaliated in response to Palestinian rocket fire. The photo shows two of the casualties of the Israeli attack, carried to their funeral by their uncles. Now, the event itself isn’t a fake — there are lots of other photos online that show the children being carried through the streets of Gaza — but the photo itself is almost certainly a composite of three different photos, with various regions spliced together from each of the images, and then further manipulation to illuminate the mourners’ faces.

    This revelation comes from Neal Krawetz, a forensic image analyst. There were two main stages to the analysis: First an interrogation of the JPEG’s XMP block, which details the file’s Photoshop save history, and then pixel-level error level analysis (ELA). To begin with, the XMP data shows that the original, base image was converted from Raw format and opened in Photoshop on November 20, 2012 (the same date that it was taken). Then, on January 4, 2013, the XMP block shows that a second Raw image was opened and added to the original. An hour later, a third image was spliced in. Finally, 30 minutes later the photo chimera was actually saved to disk. The January 4 date is interesting because it shows that the final photo was only edited a couple of weeks before the January 17 submission deadline, not soon after original photo was taken in Gaza — in other words, it was probably edited specifically for the contest.

    2013 World Press Photo of the Year: Gaza Burial, by Paul Hansen, subjected to ELA analysis by Neal Krawetz
    2013 World Press Photo of the Year: Gaza Burial, by Paul Hansen, subjected to ELA analysis by Neal Krawetz
    The next step is error level analysis. ELA basically compares the error level of pixels that have been modified by the JPEG compression algorithm (low amounts of change), and pixels that have been modified with photo manipulation (higher change). In the image above, which has been subjected to ELA, we see clear markers that are consistent with the photo’s spliced-and-manipulated history. Regions that have only been subjected to normal JPEG compression should have faint red/blue patches, while white patches show areas that have been subject to other forces. The bright white edges are caused by Photoshop’s sharpening algorithm — but the other bright white regions are likely due to extensive manipulation. Take a look at the man on the far left, carrying the child’s feet — his magically, digitally illuminated face is clearly shown on the ELA map. In fact, almost every face in the picture has been brightened, as have the children’s shrouds.

    The final nail in the coffin is good ol’ shadow analysis. At the time the photo was taken — 10:40am, in the winter — the sun should be fairly low in the sky. The shadows on the left wall are consistent with a sun location (shown below) that should cast deep, dark shadows on the mourners’ right sides — but, as you can see, those magical light rays seem to be at work again.

    2013 World Press Photo of the Year: Gaza Burial, by Paul Hansen, with a simulated sun

    Basically, as far as we can surmise, Hansen took a series of photos — and then later, realizing that his most dramatically situated photo was too dark and shadowy, decided to splice a bunch of images together and apply a liberal amount of dodging (brightening) to the shadowy regions. For what it’s worth, Hansen claims that the light in the alley was natural — and to be fair, sometimes magical lighting does occur. I think most of you will agree, though, that the photo simply feels fake — there’s just something about the lighting that sets off a warning alarm in your brain. As for why World Press Photo didn’t forensically analyze the photo using freely available, advanced, accurate analysis tools such as FourMatch or FotoForensics… who knows.

    Oh, I forgot to mention the best bit: Hansen was meant to provide the Raw file for his winning photo, as proof that he didn’t significantly modify the final image — but so far, he hasn’t.

    When is an image fake, and when is it merely enhanced?

    The bigger discussion, of course, is whether Gaza Burial is actually fake — or just enhanced to bring out important details. This is a question that has plagued photography since its inception. Should a photo, especially a press photo, be purely objective? Most people think the answer is an obvious “yes,” but it’s not quite that simple. What if a photo is perfect, except that it’s taken at an odd angle — can you digitally rotate it? What about cropping? What if there’s dust on the lens/sensor/film — can you digitally remove it?

    Perhaps most importantly, though, cameras simply don’t capture the same gamut of color or dynamic range as human eyes — a photo never looks the same as the original image perceived by your brain. Is it okay for a photographer to modify a picture so that it looks exactly how he remembers the scene?

    [Updated @ 5:20am 5/15]: Shortly after we published this story, the original version of the photo, which was published by the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter, came to light. As you can see below, the two photos are significantly different in color, tone, light, and shadow.

    Gaza Burial original, by Paul Hansen, for Dagens Nyheter

    Irrespective of whether these color/tone changes are acceptable or not in photojournalism, there are actual, pixel-level changes as well. In the original photo, the right-hand child has a bruise that runs up to his hairline — in the World Press Photo of the Year, this bruise is gone. Curiously, the man on the front-left has had his hairline altered in the prize-winning photo, too. It is clear that some actual manipulation is at work here.

    [Updated @ 6:40pm 5/15]: While World Press Photo has produced independent analysis from Hany Farid and Eduard de Kam that seems to rebut Neal Krawetz’s claims, Krawetz then goes on to rebut almost all of the points made by Farid and de Kam. At the moment, the onus seems to be on World Press Photo to produce more evidence that the photo isn’t significantly manipulated.

    Further confusing the situation, Fourandsix (which was co-founded by Hany Farid) told me on Twitter that the Raw image they analyzed matches the prize-winning photo — but he hasn’t compared the Raw photo with the original photo published by Dagens Nyheter, which is clearly different from the prize winner. Basically, this photo has been altered at some point in its life, but it still isn’t clear who altered it or when it was altered.

    Now read: The eyes have it: Seeing ultraviolet, exploring color

    Updated @ 7:09am 5/14: The language about the final image being a composite of three separate images has been softened slightly.

    Updated @ 9:50am 5/14: The Huffington Post has learned that Paul Hansen is working with the WPP and independent imaging experts to determine the photograph’s level of manipulation. Hansen has said a single file was used, though it was “developed over itself.” It’s being determined whether or not what he did was in violation of the WPP’s rules.

    The original title of this story was “How the 2013 World Press Photo of the Year was faked with Photoshop,” but has been updated, following the continuing controversy.

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    Amiguis acaba de salir el ViewNX2, un sofware gratuito de Nikon que te permite explorar, importar y editar fotos demanera en chinguiza.. .

    No esperen un lightroom o ps, pero puedes importar las fotos en raw, cambiarlas a jpg y cambiarles el tamaño por lotes y en un solo paso.

    tambien puedes editar fotos en chinga de una por una y por lote. . . y ya les dije que es gratuito?

    https://nikoneurope-es.custhelp.com/...ail/a_id/58618

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    Amiguis acaba de salir el ViewNX2, un sofware gratuito de Nikon que te permite explorar, importar y editar fotos demanera en chinguiza.. .

    No esperen un lightroom o ps, pero puedes importar las fotos en raw, cambiarlas a jpg y cambiarles el tamaño por lotes y en un solo paso.

    tambien puedes editar fotos en chinga de una por una y por lote. . . y ya les dije que es gratuito?

    https://nikoneurope-es.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/58618

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    O sea, eso hace más de tres años, venia con la coolpix que uso para estalker vecinas y eso es de lo que me di cuenta, igual y hasta eso es como de los tiempos de las kodak instamatic.

    Te traís la nuevas carmelo, como que el router se quedo peguado con la IP de Perú.

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    O sea, eso hace más de tres años, venia con la coolpix que uso para estalker vecinas y eso es de lo que me di cuenta, igual y hasta eso es como de los tiempos de las kodak instamatic.

    Te traís la nuevas carmelo, como que el router se quedo peguado con la IP de Perú.
    Es una nueva versión mai. . .

  15. #165
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    en perú es una nueva versión mai. . .
    Fixed.

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