Ferrofluid alien landscape added

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Spiffypix wrote:These are amazing are all of your ferrofluid shots done on slides/microscope? Or are you using a specific lens? Thanks. :)
Thanks for the kind comments, these were done on a glass plate using a BH2-UMA see https://www.flickr.com/photos/13084997@ ... 8697012197

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Wow. That is a jealousy-inducing set up! So you have three stackshots set up to ensure that it is in focus from every angle? And that allows you to enlarge the image because you are moving the stage, correct?

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Spiffypix wrote:Wow. That is a jealousy-inducing set up! So you have three stackshots set up to ensure that it is in focus from every angle? And that allows you to enlarge the image because you are moving the stage, correct?
That's correct it allows for stacking and pano stitching. I'm using some older stackshot prototype rails that I tested for Cognisys.

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Thanks for the response. What a great setup. Is there an affordable microscope that you could recommend (less than$500) that would allow me to attach my 6D to it and get decent images? (Dark field I assume). I know nothing about science lol

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Neat stuff.
I'm in Canada! Isn't that weird?

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