An easy tool to combine images

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Roerbakmix, Feb 24, 2020.

  1. Roerbakmix

    Roerbakmix Well-Known Member

    For those who want to combine the obverse and reverse pictures in an easy way:

    Basically: upload your obv, your rev, press the large "OK"-button, and tadaa: your images are combined.

    Note: I have no conflict of interest or whatever; just wanted to share.
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  3. Parthicus Maximus

    Parthicus Maximus Well-Known Member

    Thank you very much, I needed something like this.
  4. oldfinecollector

    oldfinecollector Well-Known Member

    Many thanks that very useful and easy
  5. happy_collector

    happy_collector Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the useful link. Looks easy to use.
  6. Bing

    Bing Illegitimi non carborundum Supporter

  7. Finn235

    Finn235 Well-Known Member

    I used it for years, it's a great web tool.

    I do nearly all of my photo editing on mobile, and I use one called Image Combiner - it unfortunately can't resize photos (for forums with a 128 or 300kb upload size limit) but it's a one-stop shop for cropping, rotating, combining, and naming. Again, no affiliation but I have found it useful. It's a rare no-frills editing app that isnt tailored to people making Instagram collages
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  8. Tejas

    Tejas Well-Known Member

    Wow … and I fiddled my pictures together in Word. Thanks a lot for sharing.
  9. DonnaML

    DonnaML Supporter! Supporter

    Wow; thank you!
  10. HaleiwaHI

    HaleiwaHI Active Member

    This is going to be very helpful in keeping the proper front/back pics together. I can't tell you how many times I've mixed them up when making posts or transferring to files.
  11. desertgem

    desertgem MODERATOR Senior Errer Collecktor Moderator

    Like all far eastern websites ( Russia) using/storing your info ( photos) , I suggest use caution and a protected transfer.
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  12. Collect89

    Collect89 Coin Collector


    Your photo's meta data can indicate the precise location where the photo was taken. If you send a photo depicting a pile of gold, then some unscrupulous person could use the meta data to locate that gold.

    Just a year ago, my son sent me a short video of his baby girl. My iphone showed me all the details of that video including a map depicting my son's house location.
  13. DonnaML

    DonnaML Supporter! Supporter

    Can't you delete the metadata from a photo, just as you can with a Word or pdf document?
  14. dougsmit

    dougsmit Member Supporter

    Depending on the software, you can even delete some like location but leave others like the shutter speed and aperture that might be desired for some uses. The problem is most people accept defaults without thinking about them. The model camera I use requires you to set up a link with another device if you want this feature. I don't.
  15. Al Kowsky

    Al Kowsky Supporter! Supporter

    Roerbamix, Many thanks for this handy software :D. I finally got a chance to use it on some of my coins today :). See the photos below.

    Sept. Sev., Antioch, Syria, Ex F & S (2).jpg
    Philip I, Tet, c. AD 246 (2).jpg
    U.S. $10 Gold in 18K mount.jpg
    McAlee 667, 14.32 gm, 27 mm (2).jpg

    Byzantine 40 Nummi, Justinian I.jpg IMG_6169.JPG
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  17. oldfinecollector

    oldfinecollector Well-Known Member

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  18. Al Kowsky

    Al Kowsky Supporter! Supporter

    oldfinecollector, Thanks for the kind words :). I agree with you in regards to Prieur's book, it's an important contribution to numismatic literature. Richard McAlee's book is also a very important contribution to the study of coinage from Roman Antioch; both of these authors worked together successfully. The ability to letter a photo was part of the software package that came with the camera I bought, a Canon EOS REBEL XS. I can use nearly a hundred different styles of script, vary the size of the lettering, & choose from 48 different colors, it's all part of the editing process. It can be time consuming but I think it's worth the effort.
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