Three green stentors

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Marek Mis
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Three green stentors

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Lumipan - old CZJ microscope
10 X Olympus S Planapochromat
2,5 X NFK
Bright field

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Post by Franz Neidl »

Hello Marek,

I like the graphic effect in this picture. It is a good demonstration that it is also possible to make excellent photos in bright field!

Franz

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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Excellent bright field picture.

Rogelio

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Post by Mitch640 »

Marek, very beautiful as art, but especially as brightfield images. I have never seen stentor in this configuration either.

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Post by Cactusdave »

Excellent. A very good point from Franz.
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Post by Marek Mis »

Thank you all for comments.
The bright field photografphs are relatively rare at this forum, so I've wanted to change it :wink:
Most of the most visually attractive images are usually taken with special techniques of lighting - DIC, darkfield, polarized light and Rheinberg.
If about my image the most important is fact that it was possible to catch these three stentors together. I've managed to get the sample with a lot of green stentors. Many of them were in division so I could observe this process.

Marek

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Post by Walter Piorkowski »

Marek, I have not yet seen stentors under my microscope. Do they led themselves well to bright field because they are less transparent or dencer than other subjects? Very nice image.
Walt

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Post by Marek Mis »

Walt,

Thank you for your nice comment.
There was no special reason to take this photograph in bright field. I took some photographs in polarized light too but photographs in bright field seemed to me better. I below enclose an image of some single individual photographed in polarized light for the example.

Image

Marek

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