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Title : The Nice Guys
Release : 2016-05-15.
Language : English.
Runtime : 116 min.
Genre : Action, Comedy, Crime, Mystery, Thriller.
Stars : Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Angourie Rice, Matt Bomer, Margaret Qualley, Yaya DaCosta.

A private eye investigates the apparent suicide of a fading porn star in 1970s Los Angeles and uncovers a conspiracy.

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6 Comments

  1. Mar 7th 2:36pm

    Thank you for the excellent tutorial on manual camera settings. I took a photography class a month or so ago, and since then have been trying my best to take better quality photos by utilizing my camera settings and the bit of understanding that is slowly jelling in my brain. Your overview was very helpful. As you said in an example, I find shooting the kids playing basketball in a gym to be a challenge. Also, anything inside or kids moving really fast. Let’s just say I hope that my kids will stand very still outside in perfect light. Hmmm, better brush up on my skills since my kids don’t stand still. Thanks again.

  2. Mar 8th 1:00pm

    It’s a more intermediate topic, and perhaps not the same issue with digital that it was with film, but past certain thresholds, you encounter reciprocity failure. In my photo education, it was something you’d typically run into with long exposures. For instance, a 10 second photo wouldn’t necessarily be treated as getting double the light of a 5 second exposure.

    Add to the fun that Kodak and Ilford would act differently.

  3. Mar 8th 1:30pm

    Reciprocity failure is an issue with film. Basically stated if the exposure got too long, the film would be less responsive and you would need longer exposures to make up for the film failure.

    Digital does not have this issue so your exposures proceed as expected. However there is another demon that rears its head in long digital exposures. Its called “Dark Current Noise”. This is a buildup of heat in the sensor which tricks the sensor into thinking it saw light and you get bright speckles or snow flakes in the long exposures.

    In some cameras this shows up quickly (5 second range) others are conditioned to handle the thermal noise better and can go several minutes before problems shows up.

  4. mario bocanegra
    Apr 23rd 9:14am

    do you know of a book that can explain mastering the manual mode….please let me know of something

    thanks ..mario

  5. Lydia
    Oct 13th 6:39pm

    “If you leave it up to your camera, you will get a nice gray photo. By shooting in manual, you can adjust the camera to what you want to accomplish and not take what the camera thinks you want.”
    Please explain exactly what one is supposed to do in order for white to register as white – starting with the 0 mark in the viewfinder.

    Thanks

  6. Jim
    Nov 7th 9:14pm

    Thanks, Rob! Helpful as always!

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