Q1. What is pixel-peeper?Q1.What is pixel-peeper?
Q2. How do I interpret sample photos on pixel-peeper?
Q3. Why should I register?
Q4. Why should I sell my equipment on pixel-peeper?
Q5. What are the PP Points seen on the user profile page?
Q6. How can I contribute my photos to pixel-peeper?
Q7. How can I send feedback / ask questions about the service?
Q9. What can I do to prevent my flickr photos from showing up in pixel-peeper?
Pixel-Peeper is a lens and camera comparison site. You can examine full size pictures from a specific lens or camera (more than 1,000,000 photos are available), also based on a specific setting (e.g. aperture, focal length or ISO). If you'd like to find out more about how to interpret sample images, check out the tutorial.Each lens/camera page also lists a number of online stores and eBay auctions along with availability that you can use to purchase equipment, or simply to check prices in your country.Q2.How do I interpret sample photos on pixel-peeper?
See this tutorialQ3.Why should I register?
Registration is free of charge. It will allow you to:Q4.Why should I sell my equipment on pixel-peeper?
Q5.What are the PP Points seen on the user profile page?
These points, along with the classified ad rating, are useful to help you determine if you can trust the user when purchasing equipment from them. A low score doesn't mean that the user can't be trusted (perhaps they simply are new to flickr and PP) but a high score usually indicates the user is an active member of the flickr and/or Pixel-peeper community since quite a long time and that their photos are appreciated. Purchasing from a photographer with an established flickr account is much safer than buying from random sources. The PP score uses the following components for the calculation: evaluation of user's best flickr photos, time since the flickr account was opened, popularity of the photos on the flickr account, time since the PP account was opened, articles posted on PP.Q6.How can I contribute my photos to pixel-peeper?
You can do this by signing up to the pixel-peeper group on flickr and following posting directions for automated addition (may not work for all lenses because of quantity limits set). You can also manually add your photos. You'll need to register first, then go to My Pixel-Peeper and indicate individual photos you'd like to contribute along with the camera/lens used. The only requirement is the photos must be at least 7MP in size and the original size must available to all flickr users. Digicam photos are currently not accepted using this mechanism.Q7.How can I send feedback / ask questions about the service?
We will not give any of your data to third parties. We will not send you any emails except when specifically requested by you (e.g. notifications, user name & password reminder).Q9.What can I do to prevent my flickr photos from showing up in pixel-peeper?
Pixel-peeper works like a search engine for photos (e.g. google images). Only images openly accessible through flickr are listed in form of thumbnails linking to a destination page on flickr. This means that the same photos can be found through many other searches and websites. If you don't want your photos to be viewed by other people, you should change the privacy settings in flickr (either generally or for a specific photo). Still, if for some reason you don't want your photos to be found via pixel-peeper, please send your request via flickr email to the flickr user "zwieciu". Your photos will then be removed them from the database within 24 hours.
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