Closterium cucunis

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Closterium cucunis

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Four shot panorama through a 20X objective stitched in Microsoft ICE. Approx 30 shots per stack in Zerene. UGF illumination. I cut two sections out of a Cokin Grad ND filter and milled them down to fit the filter holder in my substage condenser.

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The first very nice

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Very nice

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Post by leonardturner »

Very nice. I had wondered about using an old grad density filter and played a bit with one with no good results. How did you arrange the filter bits?

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Very nice indeed.

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UGF filters

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Leionard,
I started with a Cokin ND Grad

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I then trimmed out and milled the gradient so I had two different UGF filters. I used the clear waste resin to make a couple of small darkfield stops.

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Thanks, Michael, for the how-to!

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very nice
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