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Photo Feedback - Ask Me Anything (about your PM photos)

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I am creating this thread to invite TSF members to ask for advice on their precious metal photos.

If you would like help to improve your photographs, this is the thread for you.  I will do my best to provide ideas.

Typically advice may include:

  • Settings on the camera.
  • Techniques.
  • Postprocessing on a tablet or computer.
  • Equipment that will help to get to the next level.

I am doing this for free, out of my own time.  Please respect that.  I have no intention of making any money out of this, either directly or via affiliate links, etc.  If you want more detailed coaching or postprocessing of images, we can work something out.

Here are some 'rules':

1. Please include at least one photograph that you have taken.

2. Please describe the circumstances of the photograph, i.e.

  • Camera / phone.
  • Any settings other than the default.  If you know things like exposure settings, that would be very useful.
  • Handheld or tripod.
  • Lighting.
  • Anything else useful.

2a. Optionally, it might be useful to describe your photography experience level.  This will help me to pitch my answer and provide useful information without wasting your time.

3. Ask specific question about what you would like to improve, or what you are trying to achieve.

4. Feel free to comment (courteously) on other people's posts.  I am certainly not the only photographer on here that could contribute.

5. Please otherwise keep this thread clear of other comments.  Unless you are submitting photos for improvement, or commenting on someone else's photo on this thread, comment somewhere else.

Finally, I have no intention of shaming or ridiculing people's photography.  Everyone is at a different level of skill, available equipment and time, and I respect that.  I ask that everyone else does likewise.

Edited by Charliemouse

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