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Old 03-28-2014   #41
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I happen to really like the dedicated lens review section found at pentaxforums.com There is so much collective experience with so many types of equipment here that it would be great to feature this knowledge in a structured way. As it stands, even with google and the internal search feature, much gets buried in the archives.
I agree. I also really like their dedicated section for camera reviews. It makes "researching" different Pentax cameras very straightforward. It shows features, descriptions, and of course allows for user reviews. Finding such concise information here is significantly more complicated. While I realize this site covers a much broader spectrum of cameras, it would be nice for some kind of quick reference type guide for various makes and models.

Regarding the "like/dislike" option, I would say no. If I want a farcebook style site, I'll go to facebook (which I don't go to anyway). Personally, I am not interested if someone else likes or dislikes a thread.

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I'd like to see ... more control of my profile in easy to reach places. currently it takes a lot of effort to see my own posts. far too much, IMO. also, it's too difficult to navigate between my forum profile and my classifieds profile. I would like to see them play nicer with each other.
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Posting feedback to sales is quirky, to say the least.
Agree with these 100%. Any improvement in these areas would be great.

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Old 03-28-2014   #42
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Altho it is not related to site improvement, I would like to see another run of the RFF baseball type caps.

Agree on the "Like" button.
Agree on limiting image size.
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I happen to really like the dedicated lens review section found at pentaxforums.com or direct link here: http://www.pentaxforums.com/lensreviews/

There is so much collective experience with so many types of equipment here that it would be great to feature this knowledge in a structured way. As it stands, even with google and the internal search feature, much gets buried in the archives.

Thanks for posing the question.
I'm happy here, but Noll (and seconded by JonWNC) came up with a good one: a lens review section. These reviews (on PentaxForum) are personal but set up so there is an 'at a glance' quick review. I like this because you don't have to read the complete post. To expand on Noll's suggestion, their camera review section is set up in a similar way. As these are all SLRs it isn't as interesting as the lenses, but with the almost infinite numbers of new and used cameras and camera bodies, I think this would be a real 'pig pile' on RFF.

This would also be an outlet that we get just in simple post from very expert people. There is a ton of knowledge in our ranks (me excluded) that would be dumped into an easy to get to section. You might even consider the same treatment for film, and now that digital has found it's way onto RFF, maybe a sensor comments section within the camera section.

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I'm not adding anything new, just adding my plus one for the following ideas. Most of these are not simple changes, but would require serious changes to the forum software.

-Easy ability to find threads I've posted on (similar to APUG's "My Threads" and "My Posts" in the menu bar)

-Like button, mixed with the above for "My Likes" so I can "like" pictures/posts and then easily go through them again at a later date

-As an offender of the 'posting too big images', having an option for users to automatically size down photos that are bigger than the current window (never stretch images, just shrink them) would be nice. That way I can still post images at a size I feel does them justice, and viewers on smaller screens aren't stuck scrolling.

-Slide show function for every photo in a thread. That's really cool! especially if I could stop the slide show on a certain image and go to the post directly (to either like, or reply specifically to). That would make going through W/NW threads absolutely fantastic.

-Camera & lens review pages would be cool. Something like mtbr.com has for mountian bike equipment. Especially if it was linked into a search function (even just a simple "search for this item in the forum" hyperlink that auto-populated the equipment name into the existing search) and the classifieds section.
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Stephen, Thank you for opening up for discussions on improvements to an already great site, but however great, there are always room for improvements.

I recently raised a question in one of the forums about the gallery but did not get anywhere with it.
  • The gallery links in the lower left hand side of the home page no longer works.
  • The 4 random photos displayed on the home page are not representative of the total volume of uploaded photos. Perhaps still linked to the old gallery?
  • The large photo displayed at the top of newly uploaded photos in the gallery section are a tiny small selection with maybe no more than 20 photos.

So, my main concern is with the gallery and the old gallery links. I hope it will be possible to get this cleaned up, otherwise a great site.
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one request would be to re-create the ability to load images into the gallery from an outside server.
We used to be able to do this with an older version of the gallery.

The gallery Jorge created is gorgeous but, making a specific version of images to upload there is cumbersome.

I'm sure many are like me and once an images is ready to go online it goes to one place and is shared from there.
I load all my sharable images to Flickr at full size in non-public privacy setting. Sharing them here and elsewhere in threads.

It would be great to be able to load them into my rff gallery as I did in the past.
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For those who prefer limited images sizes for within thread viewing.....what size do you suggest?

Isn't a 1024 standard just fine? Is anyone having trouble with that? (it does not exist now...I'm making a suggestion).
640 seems too small and 800 is not as common on each photo storage site (500pix, flickr etc...)

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i post 800 on the long side…it's one of the standard flickr sizes.
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i post 800 on the long side…it's one of the standard flickr sizes.
It is for newer images on flickr but for those uploaded prior to mid 2013.. 800 was not an option and seems still not to be.
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The only think I would like to see is some sort of flag on the classified to alert us buyers as to what country the seller is from. For the most part, shipping from any foreign country will scotch a deal for me and I'd like to not have to bother reading the entire add before I discover the seller is from another country. Other than that, don't mess with it!
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Old 03-28-2014   #51
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Great forum like it is, and I generally am liking change for the sake of change less and less with each passing day.

But there is one somewhat bothersome issue, and that is having to resize photos before posting. I'm for bigger images, not smaller -- sorry to those with tablets -- after all this is a photo forum.
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I am somewhat newer, but not a day that goes by that I don't check out the gallery/forum. Never disappointed with learning and as a result RFF influence a M6/M5(from a RFFer)/few lens later and I shoot film as much or more than digital from my x100.

I wish it was easier to get an image out of Aperture on my Mac into RFF and now that flickr tweaked their site, having an issue of easily grabbing an image and posting it.
Thanks and keep up the stimulating site!
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Old 03-28-2014   #53
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Great forum and generally great contributors.
Thanks for running this, Stephen.

Am automatic resizing of Avatar photos would be useful - the poster to upload any size photo and RFF to resize it.
An automatic resizing of Gallery pictures too - the poster uploads any size photo and RFF does the rest 'to fit'.
Both suggestions would make posting faster and easier.

I find it interesting that many of the observations made so far involve 'gear' rather than photos.

Again, thanks for running RFF.

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Old 03-28-2014   #54
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The other big thing is making it suitable for tablets and phones...
With my iPad I use the web browser, Safari, and it works. I find it easier to read with horizontal view.
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To start I would like to say that this is one of my favorite sites. So the suggestions I would like to make are not an indication that I am not happy with what you have done. In that respect I would also like to point out just a few features I do like.

Things I Do Like - The Classifieds are very well done.

Things I Do Like - Coffee With Mentors is a terrific idea. I love considering the topics that are brought up and getting a sense of how the pros think.

Things I Do Like - The Film vs Digital section. Too many forums try to ignore this as if it does not exist, but it does. Rangefinder treats it very intelligently allowing a forum to discuss the differences, positive and negative.

Things I Do Like - Incorporating the Classic Camera Repair Site was a great addition, and very timely in execution. Thanks.

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Suggestion - Make it very easy to search My Posts (those where I am the OP) and My Participated Posts (those which I have participated in but was not the OP.) I don't think e-mail notifications are necessary, this can stay in the Subscribed section.

Suggestion - Give some thought to allowing user reviews of rangefinder cameras and lenses. I realize this could be logistically difficult but I think it would be easy to start by categorizing things exactly as they are classified in the Forum itself. A lot of people are interested in buying rangefinder cameras but it can be a real challenge to find good user information about them. This forum could certainly perform a great service by providing a place for these user reviews.
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I'm fine with how everything works, I do think 'thanks' symbols are a good idea. I think they'll foster good will among forum members. I think a lens review section may lead to homogenization of opinion and have a deleterious effect on prices, from my pov.
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Old 03-28-2014   #57
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Great forum like it is, and I generally am liking change for the sake of change less and less with each passing day.

But there is one somewhat bothersome issue, and that is having to resize photos before posting. I'm for bigger images, not smaller -- sorry to those with tablets -- after all this is a photo forum.
Like your assumption, but it is not a mistake the forum name mentions a type of photographing GEAR, rather than images
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The community that exists here is one of RFF's defining features, due I feel to members' general willingness to impart encyclopedic knowledge without showing off.
So many positives, so here are some suggestions.

Suggestions:

- gear database with member reviews. penetaxforum example mentioned earlier. another good one is http://www.dyxum.com/lenses/index.asp
- like option +1
- regular photo contests (don't need prizes) and a Hall of Famehttp://www.dyxum.com/photogallery/DP...otocontest.asp
-an easy way to save part written posts.
- users can delete their own posts but not whole threads they start

RFF is responsible for a big hole in my wallet that the moths use as a front door, but I whole heartedly forgive it
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In Classifieds, I would like to be able to sort by country in some manner.
Favicon please. RFF seems to be one of the very few sites I visit regularly without it.

I echo the suggestions to be able to find my own posts more easily.
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With my iPad I use the web browser, Safari, and it works. I find it easier to read with horizontal view.
This is my experience as well, RFF works perfectly.
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I would welcome a quick way to see my posting history.
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Old 03-29-2014   #61
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With my iPad I use the web browser, Safari, and it works. I find it easier to read with horizontal view.
The bigger the tablet, the better. None of the current style sheets work really well on a smartphone. Pull-down menu systems in general are a poor interface choice for a 4" touch screen.
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Old 03-29-2014   #62
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I'm on the iPad Mini now and it works fine too.

On a phone, maybe not so good but that makes me slow down spending money on gear, haha!
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I think while discussing image sizes, limit them both in minimum and maximum sizes.

I seldom post images but when I do they are between 1000 and 1200 pixels on the longest side, so some might consider me and offender in that regard. But what I really don't understand is, in 2014 with fast internet and computers, large screens, large storage devices and high megapixel count cameras, are people content to post images that are 600-800 wide?

I'm more annoyed by these postage stamp sized pictures, because; this is the point of our craft....decent images. There is no point discussing high end cameras ad nauseam when there is no savoring of the fruit.
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But what I really don't understand is, in 2014 with fast internet and computers, large screens, large storage devices and high megapixel count cameras, are people content to post images that are 600-800 wide?
Half of the time I'm restricted to mobile (3G) access - my country house is way out in the middle of nowhere, cut off from all land lines. With only 1GB per month before my "flat rate" is rate limited into nothingness (and no better network available at that location), I'm all for "the smaller, the better" - if you want it big, please post a link rather than the image itself...
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Greatly cut down the number of stickies on many forums. Some are over a full screen long and vastly out of date. I understand some are there for moderation reasons but many are duplicates.
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Several posters have already mentioned both points, but I'll throw in my 2 yen as well.

* Limit the maximum photo size that can be posted in a thread. No more than 1280 pixels in the horizontal direction please!

* More user friendly classifieds feedback system. A good system is already in place, it just needs to be easier to access.
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Thanks for the great site! As some people have mentioned, what would be cool is a system compiling all information about a certain piece of equipment, including reviews and repair, along with images taken using that equipment as tagged in the gallery. So if you looked up a IIIf, you'd find reviews, repair info and sample images.
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I'd like to see an "Ignore Thread" option int the thread tools section.
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I don't see how "like" and "thanks" are the same thing. They mean different things altogether. If someone posts something I agree with, why would I say "thanks"?
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Actually there is one thing that bugs me but god only knows how to address it. People are constantly posting oversize images in threads that instantly make the thread unwieldy with the need to side scroll. Threads that are affected in this way are a pain and I avoid them.

Though I don't know if this an be corrected with software ... I doubt it!
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I have been here only a few years but the "look" of the site has always been the same. And it is ok by me too. But maybe you could change the look up a bit? Just something fresh. Membership and basic forum mechanics is outstanding imo.

Maybe talk Tom into making some more of the rff soft releases for M's and Nikon F's...
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Change for change's sake?

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Some suggestions:

1. Don't allow people to delete their threads, perhaps locking them in after a set amount of time.

2. Yes on the lens databasse. Check out the m mount group on flickr and note how useful their tagging has become. https://www.flickr.com/groups/m-mount/ Perhaps that's a feature for Camera quest?

3. Support the eccentrics - some die, some get banned, some leave. Don't be quick to ban. I miss almost all of them.

4. Get a meaningful search feature or enable Google site search as your own. Not everyone knows about site: searches via Google.
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It's not the LOOK that makes the forum cool but the people ... can't change them and would not want to.

I'm one of those folks that likes sites to be simple to use and navigate so I would look at ways of making it easier to use the site and all its features rather than making big changes.
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...and having it work with the classifieds !
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I'm not thinking this site needs major improvements. It'spretty good the way it is. I agree with two suggestions made in orevious posts:

(1) a "like" button (or equivalent)

(2) a better way of accessing the institutional knowledge here. I've been around for a few years now, and recall that there were great threads on films, developers, lenses, etc., in years past that have all but disappeared. Maybe an improved search function? I think there have been some good suggestions above to address this.

Above all, this is a great site, and thanks for hosting it!
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How about someone making a preset for Lightroom that will allow us to upload photos using the Lightroom Publish feature like many other sites do...
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People -- the participants -- make up a forum and there is a great bunch here. Always something interesting to read. I say this despite the fact that I rarely drag out my Leica IIIF, Rollei 35 or the 3.5F Rollei that I've had since the 1950s.
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Limit the maximum photo size that can be posted in a thread. No more than 1280 pixels in the horizontal direction please!
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Indeed! This is a real pain here. Rather than just limit size though, software that automatically resizes larger images to fit the window size would be best.
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I'd vote no for a 'like' button if I had a vote. Turns posting into a popularity contest, and deprives us of the thoughts of the "liker".
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