A Quick Guide To Photographing Your Finds

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In the meanwhile there are a couple of these scales here

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figgis wrote: Sun Oct 31, 2021 4:01 am The one in the image is this one.

They work well as a desk/table light, too :thumbsup:
Hi figgis,

Can you tell what the outside diameter of the lamp is please?

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Pete E wrote: Mon Nov 08, 2021 1:00 am the outside diameter of the lamp
is 165mm :thumbsup:
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Thanks, that's much appreciated!
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I do like Rod Blunts site as there is a lot of useful information on there. He has also created a photography guide which can be found here

https://www.rodblunt.com/photography-1
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TheFenTiger wrote: Mon Jan 23, 2023 4:17 pm I do like Rod Blunts site as there is a lot of useful information on there. He has also created a photography guide which can be found here

https://www.rodblunt.com/photography-1
Thanks for that, it looks a very interesting site...

Just had a quick read through the site, and given how expensive copy stands tend to be, I like the improvised set up with the tripod, especially as tripods are often obtainable fairly cheaply in charity shops...
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