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Any other sites like this?

melabarrie 16 3
1 Aug 2004 2:49PM
Was just wondering if there were any other sites like this one. I stumbled over quite by accident.

Come to think of it though...I've never looked for another site since...why would i want to...when all i need is here!!

Thanks for all your comments on my photos. and your encouragement as I'm not a professional and just enjoy the activity.

Take care
theresa 16 2
1 Aug 2004 3:01PM
Mel, there are other sites like this one. I found the other day. Might join. Theresa
db 17 35
1 Aug 2004 4:29PM
Mel have a look at which at the moment has a membership of just over 400 people from all over the world.

1 Aug 2004 5:13PM
Why would anyone want anything else Wink??
agoreira 17 6.0k Wales
1 Aug 2004 6:04PM
There are of course others, but last time I gave a link outside this site trying to help someone, I got my legs smacked, told I was always sending people off this site. So I'd better not! It's ok for others to do so, but I'm not allowed.

theresa 16 2
1 Aug 2004 6:42PM
Mel, the work that I've seen at Photoforum is superb. Well worth a look.
sugarbird 16 223 South Africa
2 Aug 2004 4:02AM
It is worth a look, some stunning work there!
sugarbird 16 223 South Africa
2 Aug 2004 4:03AM
But, I am very loyal to ephotozine, though also would like others to gauge my shots occasionally!
FrankThomas 18 2.8k United Kingdom
2 Aug 2004 8:48AM
I use and also in addition to this one but ePz is my main source of info
nikon5700ite 17 1.8k
2 Aug 2004 9:15AM
I see nobody has mentioned which as well as reviews and details of most digital cameras in production and out of production it has a huge forum.

A forum depends on the members and the messages they send.

Another one which I hate becuase it has over 2000 members and is oh SO SLOW, I do not have ADSL, is based in Australia with an international membership. It had 700 when I joined and reasonably quick with downloading. Still worth a visit to run with ePz. Variety is the spice of life.

Then there is Become a Profesional Photographer at MSN .... but MSN is very slow these days too.
Pete 19 18.8k 97 England
2 Aug 2004 10:14AM
Frank (abwhitt) Your reply to my original "leg slapping" email was fine so I have no problem. Sorry if it came across as though I was leg I mentioned at the time it was a number of things that had come up, no harm intendedSmile.
agoreira 17 6.0k Wales
2 Aug 2004 10:22AM
" no harm intendedSmile."

None taken! Wink
keith selmes 17 7.4k 1 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2004 7:43PM
The old Compuserve forum is still there at, though it will probably change soon, to
A friendly place with a wealth of experience, though it doesn't do personal portfolios, only gallery uploads.

Photosig ( is good for serious critique, and the portfolio management is imho much better than Epz, plus you can have larger file sizes. There is some excellent quality work.
A possible downside is that Psig forums tend to the rude and crude, even puerile, althogh some threads do bring out real expertise. Also the site has a category for erotica, and you may see some things you'd rather not. Its not really family viewing.

So I wouldn't suggest anyone leave any site for another - each has its strengths. Epz is the one that is easiest to join and use, and safest to recommend for the family computer.

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