Missing longtime forum members

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DMillier Forum Pro • Posts: 21,283
Missing longtime forum members

Haven't heard from:

Zone 8 (Brian)

Sandy

Gary

Ed

DaSigmaGuy

Joe Wisniewski

all long time posters, for quite a while. Probably a few others I have forgotten.

Anyone in contact with them or have any news?

Edit: Some more names

Just Looking

Chunsum Choi

Frits Thomson

Clive (NarrBl)

Tammons

Dominic

Erik Magnusson

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SigmaChrome Forum Pro • Posts: 11,514
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DMillier wrote:

Haven't heard from:

Zone 8 (Brian)

Sandy

Gary

Ed

DaSigmaGuy

Joe Wisniewski

all long time posters, for quite a while. Probably a few others I have forgotten.

Anyone in contact with them or have any news?

Edit: Some more names

Just Looking

Chunsum Choi

Frits Thomson

Clive (NarrBl)

Tammons

Dominic

Erik Magnusson

Dave,

I wish I knew what happened with Brian.

Frits Thomson passed away quite tragically a few years ago. RIP.

DaSigmaGuy, as far as I know, has moved on to other interests.

Ed Squires is still active on Facebook and so is Norm Hamilton.

That's all I can tell you.

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brazile Contributing Member • Posts: 593
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Dominic, I think, still posts here infrequently. IIRC, he posted some around the time of the fp announcement.

I miss Georges as well.

Robert

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brazile wrote:

Dominic, I think, still posts here infrequently. IIRC, he posted some around the time of the fp announcement.

I miss Georges as well.

Me too.

And Laurence so rarely post here now.

Robert

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adegroot Veteran Member • Posts: 3,024
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I am still here, but not as frequently as before. Too many posts still forever trying to compare Bayer vs. Foveon vs. Quattro, as if there is nothing better to do. Sorry to be so bold, but that's driving people away.

For vacations, I am using a Sony with Zeiss zoom. Why? Because processing hundreds of photos afterwards is not fun in SPP. Simple as that.

Shoot Sigma stuff still locally for great IQ.

I have taken the SDQ on short vacations, and shooting DNGs, but it's a heavy camera, and I am approaching 70.

Sandy has become quiet after her aging mother needed lots of help; since then she has bene absent here; she hasn't responded to my emails either.

Laurence still posts occasionally, but due to his accident, of course also way less.

Carl Ritterfalk seems to have moved on as well.

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Tom Schum
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adegroot wrote:

Carl Ritterfalk seems to have moved on as well.

Haven't heard from him for years and years.  I always enjoyed his posts.

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adegroot wrote:

I am still here, but not as frequently as before. Too many posts still forever trying to compare Bayer vs. Foveon vs. Quattro, as if there is nothing better to do.

Sorry to be so bold, but that's driving people away.

That hits close to home, since I figure about half the posts doing this were started by me over the past year or two.

Sorry if that stuff bothers you so much, but 95% of the posts on this forum are NOT about such comparisons. (I actually just went back over the past 120 posts to see.) Maybe I'm overestimating the number of posts I have started that compare Sigma vs CFA (i.e. my purple color samples were in a thread that I didn't start), but certainly I do start a lot of those threads, and if people realy have been driven away by the 1 in 20 posts about comparing Foveon to CFA or Merrill vs Quattro, I am sorry my posts have had such an affect.

For vacations, I am using a Sony with Zeiss zoom. Why? Because processing hundreds of photos afterwards is not fun in SPP. Simple as that.

Shoot Sigma stuff still locally for great IQ.

I have taken the SDQ on short vacations, and shooting DNGs, but it's a heavy camera, and I am approaching 70.

Sandy has become quiet after her aging mother needed lots of help; since then she has bene absent here; she hasn't responded to my emails either.

Laurence still posts occasionally, but due to his accident, of course also way less.

Carl Ritterfalk seems to have moved on as well.

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mike earussi Veteran Member • Posts: 8,271
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Tom Schum wrote:

adegroot wrote:

Carl Ritterfalk seems to have moved on as well.

Haven't heard from him for years and years. I always enjoyed his posts.

I'm connected to him in FB. He seems to be doing fine and is vacationing in Amsterdam with his wife.

But I also miss the others as well.

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Scottelly wrote:

adegroot wrote:

I am still here, but not as frequently as before. Too many posts still forever trying to compare Bayer vs. Foveon vs. Quattro, as if there is nothing better to do.

Sorry to be so bold, but that's driving people away.

That hits close to home, since I figure about half the posts doing this were started by me over the past year or two.

Sorry if that stuff bothers you so much, but 95% of the posts on this forum are NOT about such comparisons. (I actually just went back over the past 120 posts to see.) Maybe I'm overestimating the number of posts I have started that compare Sigma vs CFA (i.e. my purple color samples were in a thread that I didn't start), but certainly I do start a lot of those threads, and if people realy have been driven away by the 1 in 20 posts about comparing Foveon to CFA or Merrill vs Quattro, I am sorry my posts have had such an affect.

For vacations, I am using a Sony with Zeiss zoom. Why? Because processing hundreds of photos afterwards is not fun in SPP. Simple as that.

Shoot Sigma stuff still locally for great IQ.

I have taken the SDQ on short vacations, and shooting DNGs, but it's a heavy camera, and I am approaching 70.

Sandy has become quiet after her aging mother needed lots of help; since then she has bene absent here; she hasn't responded to my emails either.

Laurence still posts occasionally, but due to his accident, of course also way less.

Carl Ritterfalk seems to have moved on as well.

As you can see Scottely, it hasn't driven me away, but yes, too much tech talk isn't my cup of tea, but others joyfully join you in these endeavors. so let it be....even though I do believe it may have driven people (somewhat) away.

To me, if a print looks good and makes a certain impact, no one is going to go over it with a loupe and criticize a few issues they may find. In Holland we have a saying ('Er is geen koe zo zwart of er is wel een vlekje aan.') or: No cow is so black as not to have a spot somewhere, meaning: nothing is totally perfect, but it doesn't really matter.

But I agree that we should strive for perfection, and that's human nature as well; always going forwards and upwards. That's a great thing.

If technical issues and comparisons with other technologies help us to evolve forward, then all power to you. If not, I guess it's your passion to concentrate more on technology than on photography.

I did not single anyone out; remember that. It was a general sentiment I personally have which actually applies to all forums on this site.

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BarrytheB Veteran Member • Posts: 3,554
Re: Missing longtime forum members

SigmaChrome wrote:

DMillier wrote:

Haven't heard from:

Zone 8 (Brian)

Sandy

Gary

Ed

DaSigmaGuy

Joe Wisniewski

all long time posters, for quite a while. Probably a few others I have forgotten.

Anyone in contact with them or have any news?

Edit: Some more names

Just Looking

Chunsum Choi

Frits Thomson

Clive (NarrBl)

Tammons

Dominic

Erik Magnusson

Dave,

I wish I knew what happened with Brian.

Frits Thomson passed away quite tragically a few years ago. RIP.

DaSigmaGuy, as far as I know, has moved on to other interests.

Ed Squires is still active on Facebook and so is Norm Hamilton.

That's all I can tell you.

Hate to hear about Frits always enjoyed his work.

I sure miss some of the old humor, discussions and particularly the images

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SigmaChrome Forum Pro • Posts: 11,514
Re: Missing longtime forum members

BarrytheB wrote:

SigmaChrome wrote:

DMillier wrote:

Haven't heard from:

Zone 8 (Brian)

Sandy

Gary

Ed

DaSigmaGuy

Joe Wisniewski

all long time posters, for quite a while. Probably a few others I have forgotten.

Anyone in contact with them or have any news?

Edit: Some more names

Just Looking

Chunsum Choi

Frits Thomson

Clive (NarrBl)

Tammons

Dominic

Erik Magnusson

Dave,

I wish I knew what happened with Brian.

Frits Thomson passed away quite tragically a few years ago. RIP.

DaSigmaGuy, as far as I know, has moved on to other interests.

Ed Squires is still active on Facebook and so is Norm Hamilton.

That's all I can tell you.

Hate to hear about Frits always enjoyed his work.

I miss Frits' (Thomsen) work too.

Have a look at his FB page . Scroll down to October 2013. It's a sad tale.

Some folks have been asking FB to remove the page.

I sure miss some of the old humor, discussions and particularly the images

Me too.

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OP DMillier Forum Pro • Posts: 21,283
Re: Missing longtime forum members

SigmaChrome wrote:

BarrytheB wrote:

SigmaChrome wrote:

DMillier wrote:

Haven't heard from:

Zone 8 (Brian)

Sandy

Gary

Ed

DaSigmaGuy

Joe Wisniewski

all long time posters, for quite a while. Probably a few others I have forgotten.

Anyone in contact with them or have any news?

Edit: Some more names

Just Looking

Chunsum Choi

Frits Thomson

Clive (NarrBl)

Tammons

Dominic

Erik Magnusson

Dave,

I wish I knew what happened with Brian.

Frits Thomson passed away quite tragically a few years ago. RIP.

DaSigmaGuy, as far as I know, has moved on to other interests.

Ed Squires is still active on Facebook and so is Norm Hamilton.

That's all I can tell you.

Hate to hear about Frits always enjoyed his work.

I miss Frits' (Thomsen) work too.

Have a look at his FB page . Scroll down to October 2013. It's a sad tale.

Some folks have been asking FB to remove the page.

I sure miss some of the old humor, discussions and particularly the images

Me too.

I don't understand how to work FB. What am I looking for?

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SigmaChrome Forum Pro • Posts: 11,514
Re: Missing longtime forum members

DMillier wrote:

SigmaChrome wrote:

BarrytheB wrote:

SigmaChrome wrote:

DMillier wrote:

Haven't heard from:

Zone 8 (Brian)

Sandy

Gary

Ed

DaSigmaGuy

Joe Wisniewski

all long time posters, for quite a while. Probably a few others I have forgotten.

Anyone in contact with them or have any news?

Edit: Some more names

Just Looking

Chunsum Choi

Frits Thomson

Clive (NarrBl)

Tammons

Dominic

Erik Magnusson

Dave,

I wish I knew what happened with Brian.

Frits Thomson passed away quite tragically a few years ago. RIP.

DaSigmaGuy, as far as I know, has moved on to other interests.

Ed Squires is still active on Facebook and so is Norm Hamilton.

That's all I can tell you.

Hate to hear about Frits always enjoyed his work.

I miss Frits' (Thomsen) work too.

Have a look at his FB page . Scroll down to October 2013. It's a sad tale.

Some folks have been asking FB to remove the page.

I sure miss some of the old humor, discussions and particularly the images

Me too.

I don't understand how to work FB. What am I looking for?

I don't know if you'll be able to view the page if you're not a Facebook member. If you are, or if you can view it, just scroll down through the posts till the dates read mm/dd/2013 and read them.

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Vitée
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Re: Missing longtime forum members

adegroot wrote:

Scottelly wrote:

adegroot wrote:

I am still here, but not as frequently as before. Too many posts still forever trying to compare Bayer vs. Foveon vs. Quattro, as if there is nothing better to do.

Sorry to be so bold, but that's driving people away.

That hits close to home, since I figure about half the posts doing this were started by me over the past year or two.

Sorry if that stuff bothers you so much, but 95% of the posts on this forum are NOT about such comparisons. (I actually just went back over the past 120 posts to see.) Maybe I'm overestimating the number of posts I have started that compare Sigma vs CFA (i.e. my purple color samples were in a thread that I didn't start), but certainly I do start a lot of those threads, and if people realy have been driven away by the 1 in 20 posts about comparing Foveon to CFA or Merrill vs Quattro, I am sorry my posts have had such an affect.

For vacations, I am using a Sony with Zeiss zoom. Why? Because processing hundreds of photos afterwards is not fun in SPP. Simple as that.

Shoot Sigma stuff still locally for great IQ.

I have taken the SDQ on short vacations, and shooting DNGs, but it's a heavy camera, and I am approaching 70.

Sandy has become quiet after her aging mother needed lots of help; since then she has bene absent here; she hasn't responded to my emails either.

Laurence still posts occasionally, but due to his accident, of course also way less.

Carl Ritterfalk seems to have moved on as well.

As you can see Scottely, it hasn't driven me away, but yes, too much tech talk isn't my cup of tea, but others joyfully join you in these endeavors. so let it be....even though I do believe it may have driven people (somewhat) away.

To me, if a print looks good and makes a certain impact, no one is going to go over it with a loupe and criticize a few issues they may find. In Holland we have a saying ('Er is geen koe zo zwart of er is wel een vlekje aan.') or: No cow is so black as not to have a spot somewhere, meaning: nothing is totally perfect, but it doesn't really matter.

But I agree that we should strive for perfection, and that's human nature as well; always going forwards and upwards. That's a great thing.

If technical issues and comparisons with other technologies help us to evolve forward, then all power to you. If not, I guess it's your passion to concentrate more on technology than on photography.

I did not single anyone out; remember that. It was a general sentiment I personally have which actually applies to all forums on this site.

I understand. Thank you for your reply.

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Re: Missing longtime forum members

SigmaChrome wrote:

BarrytheB wrote:

SigmaChrome wrote:

DMillier wrote:

Haven't heard from:

Zone 8 (Brian)

Sandy

Gary

Ed

DaSigmaGuy

Joe Wisniewski

all long time posters, for quite a while. Probably a few others I have forgotten.

Anyone in contact with them or have any news?

Edit: Some more names

Just Looking

Chunsum Choi

Frits Thomson

Clive (NarrBl)

Tammons

Dominic

Erik Magnusson

Dave,

I wish I knew what happened with Brian.

Frits Thomson passed away quite tragically a few years ago. RIP.

DaSigmaGuy, as far as I know, has moved on to other interests.

Ed Squires is still active on Facebook and so is Norm Hamilton.

That's all I can tell you.

Hate to hear about Frits always enjoyed his work.

I miss Frits' (Thomsen) work too.

Have a look at his FB page . Scroll down to October 2013. It's a sad tale.

Some folks have been asking FB to remove the page.

I hope they don't remove it. His work is beautiful.

I sure miss some of the old humor, discussions and particularly the images

Me too.

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OP DMillier Forum Pro • Posts: 21,283
Re: Missing longtime forum members

SigmaChrome wrote:

DMillier wrote:

SigmaChrome wrote:

BarrytheB wrote:

SigmaChrome wrote:

DMillier wrote:

Haven't heard from:

Zone 8 (Brian)

Sandy

Gary

Ed

DaSigmaGuy

Joe Wisniewski

all long time posters, for quite a while. Probably a few others I have forgotten.

Anyone in contact with them or have any news?

Edit: Some more names

Just Looking

Chunsum Choi

Frits Thomson

Clive (NarrBl)

Tammons

Dominic

Erik Magnusson

Dave,

I wish I knew what happened with Brian.

Frits Thomson passed away quite tragically a few years ago. RIP.

DaSigmaGuy, as far as I know, has moved on to other interests.

Ed Squires is still active on Facebook and so is Norm Hamilton.

That's all I can tell you.

Hate to hear about Frits always enjoyed his work.

I miss Frits' (Thomsen) work too.

Have a look at his FB page . Scroll down to October 2013. It's a sad tale.

Some folks have been asking FB to remove the page.

I sure miss some of the old humor, discussions and particularly the images

Me too.

I don't understand how to work FB. What am I looking for?

I don't know if you'll be able to view the page if you're not a Facebook member. If you are, or if you can view it, just scroll down through the posts till the dates read mm/dd/2013 and read them.

I see only one post, a link to Ines' website and thank you from Ines...

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Re: Missing longtime forum members

DMillier wrote:

SigmaChrome wrote:

DMillier wrote:

SigmaChrome wrote:

BarrytheB wrote:

SigmaChrome wrote:

DMillier wrote:

Haven't heard from:

Zone 8 (Brian)

Sandy

Gary

Ed

DaSigmaGuy

Joe Wisniewski

all long time posters, for quite a while. Probably a few others I have forgotten.

Anyone in contact with them or have any news?

Edit: Some more names

Just Looking

Chunsum Choi

Frits Thomson

Clive (NarrBl)

Tammons

Dominic

Erik Magnusson

Dave,

I wish I knew what happened with Brian.

Frits Thomson passed away quite tragically a few years ago. RIP.

DaSigmaGuy, as far as I know, has moved on to other interests.

Ed Squires is still active on Facebook and so is Norm Hamilton.

That's all I can tell you.

Hate to hear about Frits always enjoyed his work.

I miss Frits' (Thomsen) work too.

Have a look at his FB page . Scroll down to October 2013. It's a sad tale.

Some folks have been asking FB to remove the page.

I sure miss some of the old humor, discussions and particularly the images

Me too.

I don't understand how to work FB. What am I looking for?

I don't know if you'll be able to view the page if you're not a Facebook member. If you are, or if you can view it, just scroll down through the posts till the dates read mm/dd/2013 and read them.

I see only one post, a link to Ines' website and thank you from Ines...

If you don't tell me whether you're FB member or not, how can I help you? OR maybe you can only see public posts?

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SigmaChrome Forum Pro • Posts: 11,514
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Scottelly wrote:

SigmaChrome wrote:

BarrytheB wrote:

SigmaChrome wrote:

DMillier wrote:

Haven't heard from:

Zone 8 (Brian)

Sandy

Gary

Ed

DaSigmaGuy

Joe Wisniewski

all long time posters, for quite a while. Probably a few others I have forgotten.

Anyone in contact with them or have any news?

Edit: Some more names

Just Looking

Chunsum Choi

Frits Thomson

Clive (NarrBl)

Tammons

Dominic

Erik Magnusson

Dave,

I wish I knew what happened with Brian.

Frits Thomson passed away quite tragically a few years ago. RIP.

DaSigmaGuy, as far as I know, has moved on to other interests.

Ed Squires is still active on Facebook and so is Norm Hamilton.

That's all I can tell you.

Hate to hear about Frits always enjoyed his work.

I miss Frits' (Thomsen) work too.

Have a look at his FB page . Scroll down to October 2013. It's a sad tale.

Some folks have been asking FB to remove the page.

I hope they don't remove it. His work is beautiful.

I kinda hope they don't either. It's a tribute to his life and work. I couldn't get enough of his photography.

Have a look at Frits' work on Flickr.

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Thomas Mottl Veteran Member • Posts: 3,465
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Joe Wisniewski passed  away, I think around 2011 or so when I remember correctly.

NarrBL is still on dpreview but on other forums I just saw some posts from him.

Dominic?

Do you mean Dominic Groß from Germany? I saw his last post when the SD1 with the ridicuolous price appeared.

Sandy changed System as far as I know. was it Pentax?

For Chunsum I lost contact, bu I think he changed System to Nikon around the SD14/SD15 area.

I think the endles comparisons are driving people away, this is going on since 2002.

Sigma shooters must somehow always defend their camera like M43 shooter are doing it. Very strange.

As this is a technical forum it is no place to show pictures so this might also drive people away.  For most people here is image quality more important than picture quality, they do not see photography as a form as art, for them it is a technical playground.

And of course the limitations of the Foveon sensor can be very tiresome and let people change the system.

There are also many others like Günther Borgemeister, Olga Vasilikova, BobNL etc.

My 2 cents

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Thomas Mottl wrote:

Joe Wisniewski passed away, I think around 2011 or so when I remember correctly.

NarrBL is still on dpreview but on other forums I just saw some posts from him.

Dominic?

Do you mean Dominic Groß from Germany? I saw his last post when the SD1 with the ridicuolous price appeared.

Sandy changed System as far as I know. was it Pentax?

For Chunsum I lost contact, bu I think he changed System to Nikon around the SD14/SD15 area.

I think the endles comparisons are driving people away, this is going on since 2002.

Sigma shooters must somehow always defend their camera like M43 shooter are doing it. Very strange.

As this is a technical forum it is no place to show pictures so this might also drive people away. For most people here is image quality more important than picture quality, they do not see photography as a form as art, for them it is a technical playground.

Yes. And it's ridiculous that some folks here use the "technical forum" platform to bash people over the head when artistic matters are raised. I think it's about time we looked at changing the forum's charter to include the artistic/creative side of photography.

I haven't done stats, but I'm pretty sure there are lot less people posting photos here than there used to be a few years ago. IMO that's really not good for anyone here.

And of course the limitations of the Foveon sensor can be very tiresome and let people change the system.

There are also many others like Günther Borgemeister, Olga Vasilikova, BobNL etc.

My 2 cents

Thanks for your comments, Thomas.

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