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Posted 04/07/2009   10:31 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add tina to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
here is an abe stamp

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Posted 04/08/2009   10:34 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add stamperdude to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
That does look better without the squiggley lines. LOL That appears to be Scott # 304. I do like the vignette around the portrait.
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Posted 04/09/2009   04:43 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add nuggethill to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
G'Day Tina and thanks for sharing Scott's #304 A119 and I do love the portraits of the 1902-3 issue,I see the microscope's working well and as I was looking at your photo I thought maybe you didn't know this fact about it and that is you can hold a few hundred photo's in storage in the microscope's memory,I usually take about two to three photo's just to get the focus right for the detail and trash the one's I don't need then when I get around to it I upload to my computer in single form with references to keep them in block form and then I upload to photobucket in blocks and this does work well for me.
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Harry
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Posted 04/09/2009   8:45 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add tina to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Hello Harry maybe you can give me some more advice about the digital blue can you take a picture of a whole stamp or is it not possible? I dont even have to re-size it when I post to the forum some how londonbus1 shrunk a stamp that I had scanned off my printer and posted when I did it it was itty bitty im yet to figure that out I have so many stamps I want to show but it would be hard to take a picture of a cover or a sheet of stamps with the microscope did you get another one? have you gotten your envelope I sent to you last week yet? take care TINA
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Posted 04/10/2009   6:40 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add nuggethill to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Hi Tina I use the microscope for highlighting areas of the stamp that I need to concentrate on or publish,the digi blue can't take full photo's of the stamp as the focus won't let you so the best you can do is to take sections and incorporate the photo's in some way,I have a micro lens camera for that purpose and there not that expensive,it allows me to take full photo's of stamps or covers to down load to this site.
With your scanner you should be able to enhance/enlarge the scan by using you enhancing/enlarge button and also the size will depend on your scanner's re-size ability.
It's Easter Saturday this way and mail isn't delivered on holiday's or the weekend so I'll be looking forward to your mail next week.
best regards Harry

Thanks in advance for sending it

Edited to thank Tina
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