Foram and Ostracod Shells

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Foram and Ostracod Shells

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These photos were taken using external incident lighting and a 10x objective. The "shells" are all under a millimetre long. I have included a stereo pair of each image - all stacking and stereo was done in Zerene.

Dave

Foram
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Foram Stereo
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Ostracod Shells
ostrocod_shells_l.jpg
Ostracod Shells Stereo
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Ostracod Shell
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Ostracod Shell Stereo
ostrocod_stereo_jwehsj.jpg

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Re: Foram and Ostracod Shells

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Gorgeous stereos!

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Re: Foram and Ostracod Shells

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Thanks Rik.

I hoped that they would work well as stereo subjects, your pointers on the settings in Zerene helped a lot.

Dave

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Re: Foram and Ostracod Shells

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Lovely forams! I really like the geometrical patterns found in nature, I'm a math nerd and it intrigues me. :D

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Re: Foram and Ostracod Shells

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Thanks Daniel.

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Beautifully done.

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