Images made through a microscope. All subject types.
Leitz Ortholux microscope
4X Leitz projection eyepiece plus 1/3x relay lens
Image No. 1, 47 images at .0025 inch increments, Leitz 2.5x Achromat
Image No. 2, 23 images at .005 inch increments. Leitz 2.5x Achromat
Image No. 3, 49 images at .002 inch increments, Leitz 4 X Plan Fluorite Achromat.
Image No. 4, 225 images at 2.5 micron increments, Olympus 10x S plan Achromat
Diffused Fiber Optic illumination
Zerene PMax and Photoshop processing.
This insect as found resting on a bed of moss where it was imaged in its natural setting. That image can be found in the Nature Photography-- Macro and Close-up image gallery under "A Bug in the Moss".
It was then brought home for these detailed examinations that Zerene did an excellent job on.
I was most intrigued by how the antennae base actually rests inside compound eye.
If you know the identity of the subject, let me know.