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Posted by Frédéric Hède  
Photgraphic system
May 24, 2012 01:09PM
Perhaps than some photographers could be interested to take photos of specimens (small sizes) to compare the result the of all photographic systems ?

I can send 3 specimens (plactic box) for example and these could turn in the world in a simple letter. And we show results here in 2 differents size : 1024 pix and 12 000 pix.

F. Hède

PS : I know that it's impossible in France (competition seem bad). but for me this challenge is a good idea. Not really a competition,just a game.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/24/2012 01:13PM by Frédéric Hède.
Re: Photgraphic system
May 24, 2012 02:24PM
    
And how many people do you think have the equipment to shoot panoramas?

Harry
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May 24, 2012 03:40PM
Dear Frederic,

I have seen some of your 12 000 pixel pictures. Really amazing and beautiful. I could do it also, but other than sportive, I do not see a reason for such resolution. Its to much for print media (except posters) and screens.

To compare photographic systems a objective micrometer would do the job, I test my lenses this way.

So I admire your pictures and a good idea. Its like a Formula I race. Good Job, to good for daily use.

I like to make mineral photographs - if it is a new object. Thousands wait in my collection, most are color less.

Regards

Volker
Re: Photgraphic system
May 24, 2012 04:23PM
On this forum there is a lot of people who have material for that. I can send 3 specimens, various, size 5 mm to 1 mm of FOV for seen.

It's just a "race" for fun.

We can just done 1024 pixel if you want just a "mindat format". I'm going to prepare my travel to Gard this week-end....
Re: Photgraphic system
June 05, 2012 04:13PM
Okay i will prepare a sending in next week. 6 specimens size 5 mm to 1 mm. smiling smiley

First Edgar
After Volker....

and others perhaps.

1 anatase, 1 azurite, 1 mimetite, 1 phillipsite, 1 dundasite, 1 cerusite. Juste for fun.
avatar Re: Photgraphic system
June 05, 2012 04:54PM
Dear Frederic,

thank you very much. Only I have enough to photograph, so I dont want to participate in that competition.

Sorry and

Regards

Volker
Re: Photgraphic system
June 06, 2012 08:27AM
No problem Volker ;). Not very small for majority just for made photo and seen difference (light, methodology...)
avatar Re: Photgraphic system
June 12, 2012 05:10PM
OK, Frédéric, I'll play if you want to make up the numbers smiling smiley

When you are ready, PM me for a delivery address.

Will you be attending at SMAM?

.
Re: Photgraphic system
June 15, 2012 10:17AM
Hello Owen,

yes for SMAM. Two days (week-end).

When i can (next weeks) i'll send specimen to Edgar. As MP I will take your address inside the package for you.

If you want see me in SMAM it's possible. My english as you read....

Greetings

Fred
Re: Photgraphic system
October 08, 2012 07:20PM
I do not know if I'm late to this call. I'm not interested in racing but I find very interesting to share working methods and compare results.



Some of my microimages here
Re: Photgraphic system
October 31, 2012 06:41PM
i'm busy for the moment sorry :) but when i can i come back....
Re: Photgraphic system
June 02, 2013 05:23PM
Hello,

i have don't forget this post but this test is in construction in France ;) a lot of photographs of my country will take phoot of the same specimen....

Result in some months.
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