Ian Fenn's Blog

06 May 2015

Book Review: Three books on macro photography

Coins | Ian Fenn

I recall years ago being fascinated by the technical discussions of other collectors on how best to photograph their coins. At that time I used a flatbed scanner, I progressed to a point and shot then a DSLR and now I am firmly rooted in the 21st century with a mirror less camera. My coin photography took a huge leap when I attended summer seminar in 2013. In the first week I attended the basic coin photography class. In that seminar I was provided with Mark Goodman's "Numismatic Photography" I recently purchased two more books on macro Photography Enrico Savazzi's "Digital Photography for Science" and Lester Lefkowitz's "the Manual of Close up Photography"

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