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Food Photography

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Where do you shop to buy props and other knock-knacks?
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How do they compare? Do iphones take better pictures?
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cheapest 50 mm camera on amazon

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Cheapest way to acquire a 50 mm camera?

Willing to buy some chink scam site if I can get a cheap 50 mm stolen camera that actually is similar quality to a non garbage android phone for 30 usd.
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Lens Hoods

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Well, /p/? Do you use a lens hood?
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Photography storage

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Why the fuck are V90 SD cards so expensive

APS-C low light

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I recently bought an a6400 and sigma 18-50mm f2.4 as my first camera. I was looking for a somewhat compact camera that would give me better photos than my smartphone (2021 flagship phone).
I really like it because I am able to throw it in my regular day backpack and the photos are much higher quality (image quality wise) than my phone.
I knew that APS-C would perform worse in low light but I didn't think I needed to worry about that because I assumed low light meant nighttime... I didn't realize low light meant indoors...
I took some indoor photos today and a ton of my photos came out grainy or blurry. I shot in Aperture priority mode at f2.8 and limited ISO to 2000. The camera would usually max out ISO at 2000 and select a shutter speed of something like 1/80. Shutter speed was sometimes too slow for a sharp image so I went into manual to lower it and then the images came out too dark.
Is this a APS-C "limitation" or am I doing something wrong?

tl;dr - Bought APS-C camera, did not realize indoors was considered "low light", indoor photos come out blurry OR grainy. Am I a retard using the camera incorrectly or is this a APS-C limitation?
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iPhone 14 Pro/Pro Max Sample Photos

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From the demo iPhones on display at the stores.

https://mega.nz/file/AT9CmZqC#0UVBuyxuTQxW_uCsBQ-yJFowQVFB1eYXjcjBTIh1X5s
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Will we ever get a smaller version of this piece of shit?
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What is the point of this thing?
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