View Full Version : Where do you shop?
01-03-2002, 02:33 PM
I have seen topics on the various boards relating to which camera, which scanner, which printer, what lens, ttl, aps, iso...<BR>
There have been some discussions relative to finding the right equipment at the local shops or the availability of local shops (if thery are still around!).<BR>
OK, the question is, where do you shop?<BR>
Local, mail order, or on-line.<BR>
Experiences dealing with different vendors.<BR>
What are you buying? Film, equipment, supplies?<BR>
I will shop the local camera shops and can find competitive pricing. All equipment purchases have been at the local shops, but I am not opposed to shopping on-line, but who knows the vendors?<BR>
So, where do you shop?<BR>
01-06-2002, 02:20 AM
Not to sound mean, as I mean this in the sincerest of ways, but it needs content. I understand that there were 9000+ images, but to have only two displayed at a time at 15 second intervals is a bit much to ask of the average internet surfer - who will most likely exit after only two or three loads. <BR>
Again, try not to take this personal and understand that you did ask for feedback.
01-11-2002, 01:25 AM
I like it just the way it is, very interesting. Hey Andreas, do you live in Kaiserslautern Germany, I thought I saw a image of the Rathaus in there.....<BR>
01-11-2002, 03:35 AM
Since your screen name means "color slides" in German, I wonder how much German you are.
01-11-2002, 03:59 PM
I don't think you need any content. I liked some of the pictures I saw quite a bit (no, I didn't stay for all of them!) and some I didn't care for. I prefer a Gallery type of layout with thumbnails, but I didn't mind your layout for a change.
01-13-2002, 05:55 AM
Lemme get this straight: <BR>
Two images every 15 seconds.<BR>
That means eight images every minute.<BR>
480 images every hour.<BR>
To view the almost 9,000 images would take over <b>EIGHTEEN</b> hours.<BR>
You <b>really</b> ought to re-think your approach to websites!
01-13-2002, 04:46 PM
I just spent about 10 minutes at your web site. I can tell that you have an eye for form and design and that you have a feel for lighting and exposure. I can also tell that you need to improve your focusing skills. Fully 1/2 of what I saw was out of focus, certainly not your best work. My only suggestion is that you should ruthlessly edit your work.
01-13-2002, 09:02 PM
I found some of your images interesting. My suggestion is to have catagories of your images that the viewer can choose. From there they can pick their catagory and see random images there rather than just showing them whatever pops up.
Iliked some of your pics, but disliked the out of focus stuff. If being out of focus was your aim than I'd say you should choose your subjects a little more cautiously. /ibb/skins/default/emoticons/biggrin.gif
01-15-2002, 05:46 PM
I spent about 15 or 20 minutes on your site. I liked the randomness of images. It made for an interesting presentation. I found myself in great anticipation of what was next. I agree that you really need to work on your focusing. Nearly every image I saw was out of focus. Also, how many pictures did you take out of the moving car? I saw several pictures where you could actually see the spots on the window. Are you using auto focus any? The lack of focus was a little distracting. The night photos were interesting. It actually makes me want to try some like that. I liked them. Keep working on the focus issue. You do have a keen eye for lines and detail. Just need to work on the technical aspects of exposure and focusing.<BR>
Hope that wasn't too critical. I am not trying to be rude, just honest.<BR>
08-10-2002, 09:16 PM
and now there are four thousand more pictures and a couple of viewing modes.<BR>
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