Actinosphaerium eichhornii

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Actinosphaerium eichhornii

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Actinosphaerium eichhornii

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Post by Marek Mis »

Jacek,

Simply wonderful shots !

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Post by Ernst Hippe »

Jacek,
impossible to do it better!
May you give details of your shots please?

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brilliant! it is very hard to take a good image of a heliozoan, I tried and failed many times.
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I'm looking for the the extemely rare V-IM magnification changer for the E800 scope. If you have seen a listing or have one for sale please let me know.

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very nice shots and subject :wink:
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Post by Jacek »

Thank you.

mikro: PZO Biolar + DIC PZO
lens: Nikon CF DIC 20/0.40
Foto: Panasonic Lumix TZ8

Photos taken by a microscope eyepiece

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Post by Pau »

Excellent images! (as all others said :) )

Are those single shots or stacks?
I would sugest you to correct the green tone, very easy in PS
Last edited by Pau on Fri Jul 20, 2012 8:50 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Post by Jacek »

Pau, the treatment to clean only a background in GIMP, if you want, do what you think and put on treatment. You may learn something.

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Post by Pau »

Some corrections of the second image in PS, posted with the permission of Jacek.

1. Just "authomatic color". this option usually overcorrects the image, but in this case I think it works well removing the green dominant.Image

2. Over the former image, I used a gradient tool to lighten the right part of the image and just a bit of unsharp mask.
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Post by Jacek »

It looks much better. All the time I have a problem with the dominance of green unless the camera, Pau well you came out very nicely. Thank you

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