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  • Four Thirds-specific website launched

    Aimed directly at Olympus, Panasonic Lumix and Leica Four Thirds DSLR standard users, a new online magazine and community site has been launched called Four Thirds User (FTU). FTU joins Digital Photography Now in the Write Technology LTD stable of online photography titles.

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    Originally posted by DPNow editorial team View Post
    Aimed directly at Olympus, Panasonic Lumix and Leica Four Thirds DSLR standard users, a new online magazine and community site has been launched called Four Thirds User (FTU). FTU joins Digital Photography Now in the Write Technology LTD stable of online photography titles.

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    Yes, that's us

    Ian
    Founder/editor
    Four Thirds User (http://fourthirds-user.com)
    Digital Photography Now (http://dpnow.com)
    Olympus UK E-System User Group (http://e-group.uk.net)
    Olympus camera, lens, and accessory hire (http://e-group.uk.net/hire)
    Twitter: www.twitter.com/ian_burley
    Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/dpnow/
    Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/ianburley/

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    • #3
      Congratulations on getting up and running.
      Hopefully it will attract a large and active membership.
      Looking forward to learning a bit more, and hopefully
      being able to contribute something worthwhile.

      Rob.
      Rob

      Beauty is in the eye of the photographer...

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Rob View Post
        Congratulations on getting up and running.
        Hopefully it will attract a large and active membership.
        Looking forward to learning a bit more, and hopefully
        being able to contribute something worthwhile.

        Rob.

        Hi Rob and welcome to FTU!

        The first thing you can do to contribute is to upload some pix to your FTU gallery and then post some here on the forum. Let me know if you need any help

        I see you are serious Four Thirds snapper with all that gear of yours I noticed in your forum profile.

        Notice you are in Ireland; was in Dublin just the other day attending a Panasonic press event (no Four Thirds annoucements though).

        Ian
        Founder/editor
        Four Thirds User (http://fourthirds-user.com)
        Digital Photography Now (http://dpnow.com)
        Olympus UK E-System User Group (http://e-group.uk.net)
        Olympus camera, lens, and accessory hire (http://e-group.uk.net/hire)
        Twitter: www.twitter.com/ian_burley
        Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/dpnow/
        Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/ianburley/

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Ian View Post
          Hi Rob and welcome to FTU!

          The first thing you can do to contribute is to upload some pix to your FTU gallery and then post some here on the forum. Let me know if you need any help

          I see you are serious Four Thirds snapper with all that gear of yours I noticed in your forum profile.

          Notice you are in Ireland; was in Dublin just the other day attending a Panasonic press event (no Four Thirds annoucements though).

          Ian
          I'd hardly call myself a serious snapper; I've only been shooting for just
          over a year now, and it's a pretty steep learning curve, but at least I'm
          passionate about it.
          I'll try to upload a few images later if I have some time. Thanks for the welcome Ian.

          Rob.
          Rob

          Beauty is in the eye of the photographer...

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Rob View Post
            I'd hardly call myself a serious snapper; I've only been shooting for just
            over a year now, and it's a pretty steep learning curve, but at least I'm
            passionate about it.
            I'll try to upload a few images later if I have some time. Thanks for the welcome Ian.

            Rob.
            Picture gallery posting advice:

            Optimal size is 800 pixels wide (landscape) or about 700 tall (portrait). Use JPEG and try to keep the file size under 200K. You have 10MB of storage space so good for at least 50 images. And don't use the Photoshop Save for Web option as this eliminates the embedded exif data, which can be displayed in the forum.

            Have fun!

            Ian
            Founder/editor
            Four Thirds User (http://fourthirds-user.com)
            Digital Photography Now (http://dpnow.com)
            Olympus UK E-System User Group (http://e-group.uk.net)
            Olympus camera, lens, and accessory hire (http://e-group.uk.net/hire)
            Twitter: www.twitter.com/ian_burley
            Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/dpnow/
            Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/ianburley/

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