Euglenoids

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Euglenoids

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Euglenoid 4.jpg
Euglenoid 5.jpg
Euglenoid 6.jpg
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Very nice.

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The lighting of the last one is very interesting; it really looks three-dimensional. Extremely nice! I don't recall ever seeing that kind of light effect before for single-cell animals.

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Nicely captured.

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Lou. The ligthing technique is to feather the darkfield stop, somewhat similar to the COL technique. It imparts a three=dimensioniality to the subject throught the focus stack.

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Thanks, I like that effect very much.

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