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    Epsilon

    Epsilon in stabilsed and dyed bur Chesnut. Lousy photograph but it's the best I can do at the moment.

    Attachment 40193

    Kept me busy today

    Cheers
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    Sorry Frederick.
    Attachment doesn’t work☹️

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    same here, no pic.
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    Hopefully this will work. This photography business is driving me bonkers

    DSC_0452.jpg

    I'm not so keen on the design of this model. It's well made but the decorated ring looks a bit cheap. Rest is OK though. A plain or contrasting material
    IMHO may look better.

    No doubt this will come out upside down again. Perhaps I should live in the Antipodeans

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    No doubt this will come out upside down again. [/QUOTE]

    Hello Frederick.When I started showing pens on this forum my photographs were worse than yours.I followed Phil Dart's advice ( and others ) and the thread he posted a while back.
    If you download a free photography editing programme ( I use Pixlr photo editor ) the first thing that you can do is make sure that the photo is the right way up, then crop the image and correct colour etc etc. I also bought a cheap digital camera which helped a lot though there are plenty of good photos on this site taken on phones.

    Behind your photography are some lovely looking pens, and it would good to see them in all their glory.
    Alan

     
     
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    Great looking pen Fred.

    COOPER 01/08/1998-31/01/2012

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by wm460 View Post
    Great looking pen Fred.
    This must be the correct way up for you

    Cheers mate

     
     
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