1. sasquatchphotog

    The True Size Of... map

    After a bit of map based discussion in another thread, thought might start another one specifically to link this map - Compare Countries With This Simple Tool Allows you to drag your country around and compare its actual size to that of others. After playing with it, my main takeaways are that...
  2. Juggernaut

    Advice Wanted The image size limits for photography sharing?

    my image uploading experience has been frustrating lately as it often takes 10-15 minutes to upload one image to be posted. I figure the reason could be the combination of my network uploading limitation and too large size (I use 2000x1500 pixel PNG 16bit) of the images I post to share. Are...
  3. Lightmancer

    Ricoh Unscientific focal length and file size comparison, GRIII and GRIIIx

    So I had time to have a little play today with the two cameras and the "Angel of Lens Testing" - this is a memorial statue in the Holy Trinity churchyard in Guildford. Both cameras were set identically - aperture priority at f2.8, Vivid, with focus on the face of the statue. I focused and...
  4. theoldsmithy

    Feedback Opening larger size images - Chrome issue?

    If I click on an image in a thread (click? tap? press? whatever the correct term is anyway), I only see the top half of the image. Occasionally rotating the screen to portrait and back to landscape fixes it, but mostly not. I’m using Chrome on iPad OS 13.6. Update - the problem is only on...
  5. Bobby T

    Fuji 50mm 1.0 size comparison

    So far it’s not too huge to keep me from wanting. The price tag may be though.
  6. Kevin

    Lightbox Is there something like a lightbox but with a ruler to indicate size?

    OK, I'm not 100% sure of the terminology I'd want to use to describe what I'm envisioning in my head so here it goes.... Is there a portable lightbox or similar setup that could include a nice looking 'ruler' or other size indicator to show the size of the item being photographed? Thinking of...
  7. E-P3 versus Canon Powershot A460

    E-P3 versus Canon Powershot A460

    Yes, the E-P3 is small, but not riduculously so and the kit zoom is nicely balances the body.