What you wanted see in Scanning Electron Microscope?

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Marek Mis wrote:Very impressive images !

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Wing butterfly (6000 x)
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Broken fly eye

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I especially enjoy the butterfly scales. These are my standard test subjects in optical microphotography lens tests. It is nice to see what they really look like!

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Lou Jost wrote:I especially enjoy the butterfly scales. These are my standard test subjects in optical microphotography lens tests. It is nice to see what they really look like!
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Wow!!! Thanks!!!!!

Edit to add: The detail in those scale attachment points is very interesting.

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Hi maikl36911,

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I wanted write You sth in russian, unfortunetelly on this forum russian letter are not accepted

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MASZEK wrote:I wanted write You sth in russian, unfortunetelly on this forum russian letter are not accepted

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Hi Mikhail,
This is really cool
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(voll fett in German :-)
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Adalbert wrote:Hi Mikhail,
This is really cool
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(voll fett in German :-)
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Absolutely stunning and beautiful images!! :D

Thanks so much for showing these, and please continue.

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This last image is pleasing to the eye at first glance.

But I find that it's much enjoyable to keep looking at, if I pull it into Photoshop and convert it to grayscale.

That way I can concentrate on the anatomical forms and textures instead of being distracted by the bold but meaningless colors.

In the earlier images, the colors were more subdued and seem more related to the structures being shown. In those the colors are both pleasant and helpful, or at least not harmful. For example I much prefer the image at https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1943/304 ... 412b_b.jpg in its colored form.

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Impressive detail!. Do you have to "coat " your specimens?
In terms of colours, I prefer something subtle and structured.
A "rough" :- http://www.photomacrography.net/forum/u ... tler_1.jpg
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ChrisR wrote:Impressive detail!. Do you have to "coat " your specimens?
In terms of colours, I prefer something subtle and structured.
A "rough" :- http://www.photomacrography.net/forum/u ... tler_1.jpg
I dont have to "coat " my specimens

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