Looking for advice on taking coin photos...
I have been trying to tweak my coin photo taking method to produce quality picks that would be considered good enough to use for possible grading. I'm working with a older 4MP camera on Macro setting. Lighting is wall mounted track lighting in my living room with the cameras flash that I manually filter. Anyone have any pointers on how to better the quality of the pictures or tricks they use and are willing to share? Thank you in advance. Here are 3 of my test photos. None have had their color adjusted. Thank you for any and all advice.
1964 MS Extra bud - I need to work on cutting the glare:http://i410.photobucket.com/albums/pp190/mrsg1313/1964MS62extrabudObvnRev.jpg
1964 Extra bud:http://i410.photobucket.com/albums/pp190/mrsg1313/1964ExtraBudObvnRev.jpg
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