Citric acid

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Citric acid

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Enormous beauty conceals from the eyes!

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Nice and super quality images,

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Excellent set!

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:D Super fine pics.
A pleasure to look at.
Thanks for sharing.

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Thanks :D

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Very nice. I'm not sure how you are illuminating these. Is this 'detuned' DIC or polarised light plus retarders and some form of oblique effect? The overall sharpness is excellent.
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Post by Jacek »

Cactusdave, thanks, this is a combination of polarization of light retarder and modification oblique / UFG /

my previous threads, the same technique:
http://www.photomacrography.net/forum/v ... hp?t=22397
http://www.photomacrography.net/forum/v ... hp?t=22455

Citric acid - I used a quartz retarder

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