Aedes pupa

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Aedes pupa

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Post by JH »

Nice, I like it!
Would be interesting to hear something about your technique.
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Thanks, Jorgen,

Labophot scope, 10X CFN Plan Achromat, episcopic lighting with Ikea LEDs diffused with either half table tennis ball or paper towel, a small stack processed through Zerene, cleaned up and contrast adjusted with Photoshop.

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Post by pwnell »

I like the composition a lot. Might consider portrait framing but the composition of the pupa is really interesting. Great lighting too.

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Thanks, pwnell. I'd meet you halfway and go for square format--

I thought the little guy looked a bit like a mummy--

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Post by Fredlab »

Nice shot.

Take the whole larva, with two or three stacks of images (panorama), this is the next level.
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Post by leonardturner »

Thanks, Fredlab; I've done a number of larval stacks in addition to this pupal image, but none using the panoramic stitching. Good idea!

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leonardturner wrote:Thanks, Fredlab; I've done a number of larval stacks in addition to this pupal image, but none using the panoramic stitching. Good idea!
Not very original
http://www.photomacrography.net/forum/v ... hp?t=21244
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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Very nice!

Rogelio

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