Osmia bicornis (Male)

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Osmia bicornis (Male)

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Carl Zeiss Standart 14
16x,40x,60x,90x Apochromat
Canon EOS 30D

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Post by canonian »

Nice shots Mike,

I like the first one, nice and sharp and -correct me if I'm wrong- allmost no post processing done, giving it a fresh and natural look.
A lot of CA /purple fringing in the last one ?

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Mike, the first one looks pretty good but the others have obvious glitches in the stacking. Examples include halo around the antenna in #2, loss of detail in hairs in #3-5, and halos around the bright areas in #6. Searching the forum, I see you used Helicon a lot in the past. What software was used here, and what method & settings?

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@rjlittlefield
I use Helicon Focus. I always stack with the default settings from Helicon Focus.

The Micrscope that I use
http://www.flechtenmikroskopie.de/index ... =8&lang=en

My Canon EOS 30D stuck in the eyepiece
Carl Zeiss Standart 14
16x,40x,60x,90x Apochromat
Canon EOS 30D

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