..1st Pics with my new camera...:D

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  1. ominus1

    ominus1 Well-Known Member

    ..Just got in my new and improved camera...of course, i had to redo L Rubrius Dossenus, being my lastest and greatess...^^

    POST WHATEVER TURNS YA ON PEEPS!(within legal & moral scope :p) :) L Rubrius Dossenus 001.JPG L Rubrius Dossenus 002.JPG 87 BC Roman Republic denarius 18mm, 3.40gms
     
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  3. Alegandron

    Alegandron "ΤΩΙ ΚΡΑΤΙΣΤΩΙ..." ΜΕΓΑΣ ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ, June 323 BCE Supporter

    Hmmm... I do not believe in boundaries...
    :)
     
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  4. akeady

    akeady Well-Known Member

    Maybe I need a new and improved L. Rubria Dossenus!
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    Here's something random - this coinI was unable to get a good photo' of this coin; it looked better with a Warholesque look :D

    Augustus denarius
    Obv. CAESAR AVGVSTVS DIVI F PATER PATRIAE - Laureate head right
    Rev. PONTIF MAXIM - Livia seated right holding sceptre and olive branch
    Mint: Lugdunum (13-14 AD)
    Wt./Size/Axis: 3.86g / 19mm / 7h
    References:
    • RIC 220
    • BMC 545-546

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    I did eventually take a proper photo'
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    ATB,
    Aidan.
     
  5. dadams

    dadams Well-Known Member

    Nice G! Hope to see some more pics of the collection soon.
    -d
     
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  7. akeady

    akeady Well-Known Member

    Yeah - it's a dark coin and my lighting was rubbish - I thought the Pop Art filter improved it :D

    ATB,
    Aidan.
     
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  8. Ryro

    Ryro You'll never be lovelier than you are now... Supporter

    Looking sharp! And nice coin:wideyed: I've got a quini fro n that unique coin making moneyer:
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  9. Limes

    Limes Supporter! Supporter

    Nice @ominus1! Might a suggest something quite easy, which may improve focus in the photo on your coin? And stand that lifts the coin from the floor/background, upwards. Im not a photographer and I don't know why, but with my camera, the focus and sharpness are on the coin, which gets me a better result on the photo. I use the lego's of my daughter to build a small tower, on which I place the coin (shown before):
    Coinphotostand.png
    Very professional.... NOT! But it works for me :)
     
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  10. svessien

    svessien Senior Member Supporter

    Love it. Looks just as solid as Rundetårn in Copenhagen. :)
     
  11. FitzNigel

    FitzNigel Medievalist Supporter

    I too use Danish technology to raise my coins. I think I need a better camera though - my current one gives me no control over where it focuses. I’m contemplating going down the DSLR route if I can find a cheap used one...
     
  12. ominus1

    ominus1 Well-Known Member


    ..my 'new & improved' cam is only one step up from my 'old' one...it's a 1100 canon powershot($32.00)...and i still do the pics my Missouri way...the pics may be a lil out of focus(these are the very 1st pics), but compared to pics with my old one, i think they are 100% better. i'll get more choosy as i go :) picture taking my way 001.JPG triumphal 001.JPG
     
  13. Marsyas Mike

    Marsyas Mike Well-Known Member

    Nice one, ominus1! I'd like to land an example someday.

    All I have is a quinarius with centering and other issues. This is one of my favorite depictions of Victoria - she looks like she's having a good time dancing (walking? I think not!) around the ol' omphalos:

    RR - Rubria quinarius 2018 (0).jpg

    Roman Republic Quinarius
    L. Rubrius Dossenus
    (87 B.C.) - Rome mint

    Neptune laureate right, trident and DOS S[EN] behind / Victoria walking right with
    [wreath] & palm, garlanded altar right with snake & Omphalos, [L RVBRI] behind.
    Rubria 4; Crawford 384/4.
    (1.54 grams / 14 mm)
     
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