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Old Oct 1, 2008, 2:25 AM   #11
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I dont quite follow you Selvin. The first shot shows 'silver' colored coins -- nickles, dimes and quarters both American and Canadian which flow together freely in the photo as well as in life. The second shot shows 'copper' colored pennies, again both American and Canadian. I actually got a water blister on both my thumbs today from polishing the pennies. There was nothing done to either shot except for sizing to fit. No cropping, or manipulation of any kind.
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Old Oct 1, 2008, 5:37 AM   #12
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I was proposing a take on the Midas fable. The first shot you have has absolutely no problem.

You would then show a second shot with all the coins regardless of origin and denominationchanged to gold color.

This is perhaps the only time we can do this thru the photographic process unless you've got the "philosopher's stone" stashed away in your backyard.

See my very quick attempt below:

The Midas touch


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