Auliscus Oamaruensis incident light + stereo

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Auliscus Oamaruensis incident light + stereo

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Olympus BX52 + UmplanFL 100x 0.95 + Nikon D800 + Micromate.
Lit by 1x Jansjö, 1x Schott KL1500 and a ping pong ball.
124 images stack.

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Very impressive, great details & nice stereo
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Wow! :shock:
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Excellent stereo!

As often happens, I am clueless about shape from a single image, and then with stereo I understand immediately.

This one is especially good because there is so much fine detail to lock onto.

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Thanks for your answers! I totally agree that stereo often is way more than a gimmick and reveals a lot of additional information.

Here's a auliscus fenestratus (i hope) with the same setup, this time using all color channels:

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Outstanding images. The stereo is amazing. Is that a diatom simply sitting on a slide?

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These are really good!

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Very, very nice! The "glass-like" appearance is great.

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Thanks for posting. For me the stereo really helped understanding the shape of the diatom.

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Post by sushidelic »

Thanks a lot for your encouraging comments!
I was also really happy with the glass-like appearance, as with incident light I try to display the diatoms as if they are lying in front of you in the table and you can "touch" them.
@James - yes, the diatoms are lying dry, no coverglass on a slide.

Sometimes, classic transmitted light is beautiful, too (ok, the image is inverted and tinted, but the rest is straight forward transmitted light):
edit: completely forgot, light is a bit oblique...

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Extremely impressive images.

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Marvelous!

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:D
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=D> Excellent photos.
Thanks for sharing.

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Thanks!

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