and an enlargement of the coin cut out, between the coins. On the right coin you can see how they have made straight slices around the edge, rather than follow the actual dings and dents of the coin, and on both coins there is a halo from inaccurate selection and no feathering. This is evident all around the perimeter. On the bright side, seeing into the dent does indicate they shoot these on a white background before they cut them out. Personally, I think that is critical to illuminate the edges of the coin. I realize the "white" background here appears greyish, but that's because it’s underexposed. That is normal when you’re using the same light source to illuminate both the coin and the background. You need much less light to expose a coin correctly than you do to expose a white background to appear pure white, so the background drops into the grey, but it still does it's job.