Filmulator is a new open source raw editing software based on the process of developping film. It does everything standard raw editing software does, but in a different approach. Particulary great for color control in highlights, shadows, local contrast, dynamic range… You can achieve beautiful re…
PXLS.US is a wonderful ressource website for everything related to Free and Open Source Photography. You will find free and open source softwares, tutorials and more !..
If you ever tried to use Instagram for your photos you probably thought - “wow this sucks, I wish there was something like instagram but actually respected my photos”.
Well Pixelfed is that. It’s inspired by Instagram but it doesn’t crop your photos, has fullscreen view and native desktop experie…
c/photography is a community centered on the practice of amateur and professional photography. You can come here to discuss the gear, the technique and the culture related to the art of photography. You can also share your work, appreciate the others’ and constructively critique each others work.
Please, be sure to read the rules before posting.
I. Discussion threads
This Lemmy Community is open to civil, friendly discussion about our common interest, photography. Excessively rude, mean, unfriendly, or hostile conduct is not permitted.
All discussion threads must be photography related such as latest gear or art news, gear acquisition advices, photography related questions, etc…
This Lemmy Community is about photography and discussion around photography, not religion or politics.
All is in the title. This is a casual discussion community.
One of the core goals of Lemmy is to be FOSS, without any form of advertising nor tracking. Let’s keep it that way.
No personal attacks. Violations may result in a ban.
II. Photographs sharing threads
All above rules apply.
Original content only
You photographs must be your own. In photo edits, all elements must be your own. Photos from other photographers will be deleted and may result in ban.
In order to get a clean photographs threads, please respect the following title template :
[Photograph’s title] | [Camera used] | [Lens used]
Replace [Template] by your photograph’s metadata.
You can also write a top comment explaining further.
Link directly to image or upload to Lemmy (10 Mo weight limit)
Please only share one photo at a time
One post, one photo in the limit of 3 pictures in a 24 hours timespan. Do not flood the community with your pictures. Be patient, select your best work, and enjoy.
If you want contructive critiques, use [Critique Wanted] in your title.
Flair NSFW posts (nudity, gore, …)
Do not share your portfolio (instagram, flickr, or else…)
The aim of this community is to invite everyone to discuss around your photography. If you drop everything with one link, this become pointless. Portfolio posts will be deleted. You can however share your portfolio link in the comment section if another member wants to see more of your work.