Galactic Stone Meteorites Web Junket!
Posted 29 May 2009 - 06:12 PM
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Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Stop by and say "Hi!"
Posted 30 May 2009 - 11:24 PM
BTW, Very nice looking site!
Posted 31 May 2009 - 09:59 AM
I assume you mean the micromounts. I need to develop a new system for photographing micromounts. The problem is, micromounts are very tiny and they sell quick. So, if I take a photo of a given micromount, it's sold a day or two later, and then I have to snap another photo and upload it - then, the new photo looks exactly like the old photo - a tiny speck/pebble resting on a gemjar cushion. So to save myself a ton of redundant work, I snapped a single photo that shows different sizes of micromounts based on rarity of the specimen. (some micros are bigger than others) - the individual micromount descriptions refer to the photo and tell the reader what size micromount to expect - based on the comparison photo. It's not a perfect system. I've had a couple of comments/complaints from visitors wanting to see the actual micromount they are buying. When that happens, I hurry and snap a photo of the actual speck and email it to them. Most dealers don't provide any photos of micromounts - they just have a text listing of available specimens and prices. I tried to find a middle ground - between having no micro photos and having photos of every single speck.
If you are ever curious about what a specific micromount looks like, email me and let me know and I'll send a photo of that specimen.
Of course, I am also open to suggestions on a new and better system of presenting micromounts.
Best regards and clear skies,
Posted 31 May 2009 - 11:37 AM