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Hello to all,

 

enjoy with

 

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superb simply superb ;) :)

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superb simply superb ;) :)

 

the pen or the pics?

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Thanks for those! Fantastic photos of beautiful pen in extraordinary condition.

 

So how did you manage to shoot the transparent celluloid like that, to make it so vibrant/vivid? Was the pen on a slide light table?

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Thanks for those! Fantastic photos of beautiful pen in extraordinary condition.

 

So how did you manage to shoot the transparent celluloid like that, to make it so vibrant/vivid? Was the pen on a slide light table?

 

Hi eric,

 

no I used a blank A4 sheet picked up from my inkjet.

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I would be interested in knowing what camera/lens/lighting you used, and if you want to spend the time jotting it down, what were your settings on the nib close-ups?

 

Well done.

Alright, mister, drop that Waterman and keep your hands where I can see' em.

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I would be interested in knowing what camera/lens/lighting you used, and if you want to spend the time jotting it down, what were your settings on the nib close-ups?

 

Well done.

 

I use a "old" Nikon D50 with PC Micro-Nikkor 85mm f/2.8D set the camera in manual mode, withe balance in Pre-mode.

Aperture F22 - shutter speed 1/1.3 Iso 200 and a white A4 sheet as background.

The max ratio reproductinon of the lens is 1:2 not 1:1 because I think is not necessary for pens and nibs close-up.

Light two 30watt energy saver, no light tent, bank, soft box.

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www.pennamania.it - The most important italian forum about vintage fountain pens and watches.

Penna Vintage www.pennavintage.it - The international emagazine for fountain pen collectors.

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I would be interested in knowing what camera/lens/lighting you used, and if you want to spend the time jotting it down, what were your settings on the nib close-ups?

 

Well done.

 

I use a "old" Nikon D50 with PC Micro-Nikkor 85mm f/2.8D set the camera in manual mode, withe balance in Pre-mode.

Aperture F22 - shutter speed 1/1.3 Iso 200 and a white A4 sheet as background.

The max ratio reproductinon of the lens is 1:2 not 1:1 because I think is not necessary for pens and nibs close-up.

Light two 30watt energy saver, no light tent, bank, soft box.

 

Thanks for that! So I need to work on my lighting and not my brand of A4. :D

Anyone becomes mannered if you think too much about what other people think. (Kim Gordon)

 

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I would be interested in knowing what camera/lens/lighting you used, and if you want to spend the time jotting it down, what were your settings on the nib close-ups?

 

Well done.

 

I use a "old" Nikon D50 with PC Micro-Nikkor 85mm f/2.8D set the camera in manual mode, withe balance in Pre-mode.

Aperture F22 - shutter speed 1/1.3 Iso 200 and a white A4 sheet as background.

The max ratio reproductinon of the lens is 1:2 not 1:1 because I think is not necessary for pens and nibs close-up.

Light two 30watt energy saver, no light tent, bank, soft box.

 

Thanks for that! So I need to work on my lighting and not my brand of A4. :D

 

 

Hi Eric,

 

try and after show your pics on fpn!

 

Let me know.

 

Best

 

Riccardo

www.pennamania.it - The most important italian forum about vintage fountain pens and watches.

Penna Vintage www.pennavintage.it - The international emagazine for fountain pen collectors.

I collect vintage Aurora. Sell and trade. Expert restorer, nibs retipping, fixing rings and cap lips. Database developer

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I would be interested in knowing what camera/lens/lighting you used, and if you want to spend the time jotting it down, what were your settings on the nib close-ups?

 

Well done.

 

I use a "old" Nikon D50 with PC Micro-Nikkor 85mm f/2.8D set the camera in manual mode, withe balance in Pre-mode.

Aperture F22 - shutter speed 1/1.3 Iso 200 and a white A4 sheet as background.

The max ratio reproductinon of the lens is 1:2 not 1:1 because I think is not necessary for pens and nibs close-up.

Light two 30watt energy saver, no light tent, bank, soft box.

 

Thanks for that! So I need to work on my lighting and not my brand of A4. :D

 

 

Hi Eric,

 

try and after show your pics on fpn!

 

Let me know.

 

Best

 

Riccardo

www.pennamania.it - The most important italian forum about vintage fountain pens and watches.

Penna Vintage www.pennavintage.it - The international emagazine for fountain pen collectors.

I collect vintage Aurora. Sell and trade. Expert restorer, nibs retipping, fixing rings and cap lips. Database developer

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