Posted: 4/16/2012 5:20:17 PM |
A 50 transparency fill!
First, I would like to say a hearty thank you to all who responded to background color survey. I do appreciate everyone who took the time to give me constructive criticism and suggestions and supportive remarks. Also, an apology, I did not mean to post 4 Option 2 journal entries.
Now, I think I am getting very close to having the correct settings on my camera to get nice pictures. I am not saying my photos will be professional quality, all I have been after is for the viewer of the photo to see the coin clearly, to be able to read the lettering and hopefully to see the coin as I see it with a glass.
I also believe I have found a color and a transparency level that I can live with. I hope you all can live with it also.
The picture today is the reverse a Peru 20 sole coin minted in 1966. The coin commemorates a naval battle, wish I could tell you more, but I am going to have to do some research first.
I tend to like blue, reds, purples etc. so the background is a dark navy blue (did I mean this pun???) at 50% transparency.
Thoughts are appreciated.
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