.... the reason why I do not come here ?
“ can’s worms” ? written by one person of this thread , an adjustment of these terms is imperative .
It is necessary to put the expression of these terms in a context where at the beginning I intervened for the SIZE of what I obtain with the image of film in TIFF 16 bits that is to say “10 times higher” than what I have with the DNG of my digital camera 12 Mo in DNG vs 120 Mo in TIFF.
So it comes from there.
One person (the first ) intervened to say that it was wrong, and another person (the second) answered him including in his comment of “can’s worms” and with one comment "it is nice" (commenting the photos posted by the first person).
How do I know ? because I received immediately this comment on my personal email address ( I follow this film thread - I kept this mail as proof) ... coming to read after in the forum, this comment of “can’s worms ” is DELETED by this second person ...
Why have it “deleted” if the idea of worms can was not blameless or without afterthought ?
... coincidentally these two persons have a M10 , which leads me to say by passing to these people that if the images are so good for them , they can leave and let drop the film in this case.
It is the use of these words in its context that makes me angry (this type of comment is “across my throat”) .
I always said that what I get with the film is superior in SIZE and in quality to what I get with my 2 digital cameras and it is the truth . This is also what Adam and Philip recently demonstrated.
We are here in a forum where we can discuss , but avoid the use of terms that can be confusing . I'm a practician and for me a “can” with “worms” has a sense.
No need using this expression for one comment , there are others less aggressive and insulting.
For your information, the first person is Mister Nowhereman , the second person is Mister JMF
… and thank you by passing to Chris , Phil , Philip and some other friends in this thread for your kind intervention and support in the past.
Best and good photos to All in this excellent thread.