I’ll field this one, fellas. Hi. It’s a pet subject of mine. Actually this
is a great opportunity for you to start makihg a frame - ie remake a frame
for yourself around an existing pair of lenses. You’re right about the
position of the lenses relative to each other, Preserve that. Otherwise the
rest is all to do with comfort on your face.
The optical centre of the lenses MUST sit right over your pupils. How to
find this? It’s a good idea to pop along to a friendly optician and ask
them to mark the optical centres for you. Basicly the point where the
lenses do NO refracting. Establish this, and establish the distance between
the optical dentres - your Pupillary Distance, often written in your
prescription as PD, and shown in mm. Now work on the frames.
Next week: the recipe ‘Chicken on a Throne’.
B r i a n A d a m J e w e l l e r y E y e w e a r
@Brian_Adam1 ph/fx +64 9 817 6816 NEW ZEALAND