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MUCH better on black ...

If there is one thing that irks me about ipernity it's the low quality of the image in regular view. Even the larger version against black is not as sharp as the original seen on my computer. Am I the only one who's noticed this?

John FitzGerald, Judith Jannetta have particularly liked this photo

rdhinmn club
Sarah, I've never noticed that there, to the point I don't think it's happening to my photos. Of course, I couldn't tell about anyone else's for sure.

Addendum: I compared your post here with the other one at large sizes, and couldn't see any difference in sharpness. One thing I do notice, though is the difference in how many people look at a photo. I put one up both places the other day and the one here has two views and the one there has 52. Of course, there are a lot more people there TO look, but at least one of them commented. I'm not sure there is anybody here left to look.
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
Sarah P. club has replied to rdhinmn club
Thanks for making the effort, Bob. I did the same -- compared the photo on both sites at the same large size (i.e. the ipernity "on black" size) and the one on Flickr was distinctly sharper. Just to be sure, I asked my husband to compare the two (not telling him what it was I was looking for) and he immediately saw the same difference.

I've noticed this for some time, and I think that in the process of uploading, ipernity reduces the resolution of photos.

As for eyeballs, I actually prefer having fewer (selected) people looking at my photos and commenting (and understandably expecting some response) -- Flickr got to be exhausting, and as I have very little time for this, it was too much for me and one of the reasons I quit.
2 years ago.
 John FitzGerald
John FitzGerald club
I agree, she's even better big.
2 years ago.