Hydrachnellae

Images made through a microscope. All subject types.

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Jacek
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I do not have the possibility of stacking :(

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Post by Charles Krebs »

Jacek,
These are great subjects which, as you have shown here, look good under all sorts of lighting.

But they are always flailing their legs around and they never want to to stand still. Because of their depth it takes about 20 or so shots in a stack to get all the parts in focus! Frustrating to work with.

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Very nice :wink:
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Post by Cactusdave »

Very enjoyable. The fact that not everything is in focus doesn't really matter somehow.
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Post by Ecki »

Nice find!

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Post by Jacek »

Thank you gentlemen

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Post by curt0909 »

Beautiful shots. I agree with Dave, the DOF is not a problem here.

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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Beautiful, I love the first one.

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