Malachi42

Joined on Sep 23, 2015

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We already know this. It's why everybody from printers to monitor and TV manufacturers over-saturate their colors, at least in demo mode, so they stand out relative to the demo model next theirs on the shelf. The trick, I guess, is how to over-saturate it without it looking burnt.

But, what might be casually pleasing (and there is certainly nothing wrong with that!) doesn't necessarily correspond to what a photographer might want to capture. If the JPGs are over saturated by default doesn't bother me, but I'd hope I can turn it down, and access to RAW would be even better.

Link | Posted on Dec 7, 2020 at 13:43 UTC as 8th comment
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Malachi42: "Flickr Pro is available for $49.99 per year. If you upgrade to Flickr Pro before November 30, 2018, a 30 percent discount will be applied."

I decided to upgrade to get the 30-percent discount. Today, November 13, is definitely before November 30th and yet, it did not give me a discount and charged me full price.

Is this alleged discount a real offer?

I too contacted Flickr and told them that no discount was applied. They replied and have credited my credit-card with the discount. Just FYI.

Link | Posted on Nov 13, 2018 at 21:08 UTC

"Flickr Pro is available for $49.99 per year. If you upgrade to Flickr Pro before November 30, 2018, a 30 percent discount will be applied."

I decided to upgrade to get the 30-percent discount. Today, November 13, is definitely before November 30th and yet, it did not give me a discount and charged me full price.

Is this alleged discount a real offer?

Link | Posted on Nov 13, 2018 at 13:25 UTC as 11th comment | 3 replies
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