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pwnell
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Water Mite by Waldo Nell, on Flickr
Pitt-Addington Marsh, 4x*2, DF, HF B

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Water Mite by Waldo Nell, on Flickr
Pitt-Addington Marsh, 4x*2, POL, HF B

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Water Mite by Waldo Nell, on Flickr
Pitt-Addington Marsh, 4x*2, FLUO-C6.1, HF B

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Water Mite by Waldo Nell, on Flickr
Pitt-Addington Marsh, 4x*2, FLUO-C4, HF B

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Water Mite by Waldo Nell, on Flickr
Pitt-Addington Marsh, 4x*2, POL+DF, HF B

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Water Mite by Waldo Nell, on Flickr
Pitt-Addington Marsh, 4x*2, POL+LP, HF B+C

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Post by Sumguy01 »

:D Very interesting.
Thanks for sharing>

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MEGA SUPER !

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Post by hkv »

Very nice Waldo!

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Water mites

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Nice mites.

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Post by zzffnn »

Very beautiful images, thank you for sharing, Waldo!

I like the pol+DF very much and would like to try something similar.

I noticed that pol+DF looks very different than DF or pol alone. Other than the obvious illumination difference, what else contributed to the different looks, if any?

I am guessing those images were taken with the same individual? And are the 3 images (pol+DF, DF, pol) stacks (of approximately how many frames)?

Thank you again.

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Post by vasselle »

Bonjour
Superbes images
Cordialement seb
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Post by pwnell »

zzffnn wrote:Very beautiful images, thank you for sharing, Waldo!
Thanks :)
zzffnn wrote:I noticed that pol+DF looks very different than DF or pol alone. Other than the obvious illumination difference, what else contributed to the different looks, if any?
DF helps cut glare, so it does imbue the photo with a very different look. I assume since DF alters the light rays' path from the condenser, the interaction with the polarizer is slightly different?
zzffnn wrote:I am guessing those images were taken with the same individual? And are the 3 images (pol+DF, DF, pol) stacks (of approximately how many frames)?
All were from the same individual, and all were stacked. Between 50 and 70 photos in each stack.

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Post by WalterD »

Very interesting set; it shows what a huge difference various lighting can make.
:idea:

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