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Original Message:   Scanning vs photo
I know! Scanning works pretty well for coins, and I don't have to have any chops as a photographer, but with beads the degree of translucency is mostly lost with a scan, and brightness has to be bumped. If I bump the saturation, sometimes the beads look too rich, and I'm worried buyers will come to distrust the images. I gnash my teeth trying to get white beads to show well. Some of my worthy competitors know how to do the photography so much better, so the same strands from the same sources look so nice on their sites and so rotten on mine.
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