[aprssig] TM-D710 Tune and Voice Object

Scott Miller scott at opentrac.org
Mon Sep 3 12:51:03 CDT 2007

Oops, hit the wrong button.  It's here:


That's the small version, anyway.  Got a little more glare on the 
display than I wanted, but I still like it better than the one picture 
of the DR-135T that EVERYONE uses.

I've got a couple of small light stands and a light tent that helps 
diffuse the illumination.  It's really not hard to get decent results. 
Getting really GOOD results still takes some time and effort, though.  I 
still like my picture of the old OT1 rev 3:


All of the touch up in Photoshop is tedious, though, and I still missed 
some things.

Anyway, just use a tripod, watch your lighting, and take about 10 times 
more pictures from different angles and distances then you think you 
need.  I don't know what I'd do without digital photography.


Scott Miller wrote:
> The important thing is to not use a flash.  Just set the camera up on a 
> tripod, make sure you've got even illumination, and use a 2-second delay 
> if your camera has that option to avoid shaking it when you take the 
> picture.
> I'm no pro, but I've gotten a lot better at shooting small objects that 
> aren't moving.  My favorite front panel picture so far is here:
> Bob Bruninga wrote:
>> Andy,
>> Great photos!  You must be a pro.  My attempts at shooting the front 
>> panel are terrible.  Can I use your photos on my LOCALINFO web page?
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