Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by PamR, May 11, 2021.
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And what are you even looking at?
Well first of all I accidentally posted the 2000 Dime.
Yes I am wanting to get one that connects to computer. Just saw just by looking at it, the rim breaking away.
Let me take a better pic
Yes it is. I feel like a fool. I combined two coins. Rushing I guess. I’m already looked at as a let say “koo koo” lol!
On obverse and reverse along the rim breaking away. I was mostly looking at that. His nose. Ty!
I know. I’m so sorry. I am 58 and I can tell between a 2020 and a 2000 coin! Then I was nervous to post it after I even read and still wrecked it. I did say, Eddie and Mountainman will get me lol! Sorry again.
I will just have to get back to my dad’s foreign coins for the beauty of them and error U.S. ones if Susan B is on a penny or something very odd to the eye, I’ll stick with that lol.
The USB microscopes are pretty good these days. I bought one of the earlier ones...I never used it beyond the initial experimentation. It sits new in the box. Useless.
Don't be surprised that as you begin to play around with your setups that you become comfortable with your phone's camera. For most items, the quality you can achieve with the phone's camera will satisfy most requirements. Your latest set of photos are much better. I'll also suggest that the choice of your backing will help you with your photos as well. Consider the color of your coin and then choose a backing that better suits the condition. Flat...solid colors. Take a look at these photos. The chartreuse backing played with the camera's ability to focus on the coin. The blue backing allowed the coin to pop out better. Using a color that doesn't confuse the automatic camera will do better not to confuse the viewers later. Have a look -
Wow. I use my phone always for the pics. Makes sense. Thanks so much Kevin. Really appreciate it.
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