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Re: Coin sizes and photography

Bill, the coins, when taking pictures, will be oblong, if they are on a slant. You can correct this in Photoshop, or other similar software. I use a 10 degree ramp, or slant, on all my shots. It makes it easier to see the shadowed areas, and pick out the details. If i try foe a full face shot, then i go for a flat surface, and close alighmtnt, so there is no distortion.

Dick, 3/18/2011
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