Just a friendly little point that I've noticed recently and I think needs attention - especailly from our newer members on the site. Although the forum does have a code to automatically resize any image in a post down to a managable size could people please refrain from having images larger than 1000pixels on the longest side in posts. They take an age to load and are an instant barrier to anyone using dailup (yes its still out there people) or are on a slower connection. 600 to 1000 pixels on the longest side is plenty large enough to display an image to the forum. If you have a larger version of the image then you can also put a link to it in your post - giving people the option to view the image large if they so desire. This is also in your interest as people simply won't take time to wait for pages to load if they take an age, so that means less commentary on your work. EDIT: Also as it was late last night I missed this sticky, but it seems that 800pixels on the longest side is actual a rules requirement according to this sticky: http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/...forum-functions-pictoral-guide-using-tpf.html I do admit it is a little hidden in there but it is part of the rules.