Ant Face

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Sharks
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Ant Face

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ImageAnt Face by Can Tunçer, on Flickr

Bigger version: https://www.flickr.com/photos/-can-/359 ... 5/sizes/o/

Camera: Canon 6D
Lens: Nikon CF Plan 10x 0.30
Magnification: 11x
Light: 2 Ikea Jansjö
Focus Stack: 160 Shots
Automated Rail: WeMacro (10 um)
Tabletop Setup: flic.kr/s/aHskRJsutG

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Sharks,

Your photos are wonderful and your setup is ingenious. Is the base of the system a metal breadboard or merely some type of plywood covered with a dark fabric.

Thanks,

Bill

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Only 11x!?! Wow - great stack.

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Beatsy wrote:Only 11x!?! Wow - great stack.
This is the biggest ant i ever see :)

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billjanes1 wrote:Sharks,

Your photos are wonderful and your setup is ingenious. Is the base of the system a metal breadboard or merely some type of plywood covered with a dark fabric.

Thanks,

Bill
I use a carbon fiber covered wood cutting board. :)

Thanks

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Sharks wrote:
billjanes1 wrote:Sharks,

Your photos are wonderful and your setup is ingenious. Is the base of the system a metal breadboard or merely some type of plywood covered with a dark fabric.

Thanks,

Bill
I use a carbon fiber covered wood cutting board. :)

Thanks
Much cheaper than a metal optical breadboard. The do it yourself approach with a bit of ingenuity can save a lot of money and still get excellent results, as you have so brilliantly shown.

Bill

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Post by mygale »

Pretty cool, as always.

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Post by anvancy »

Stunning as always!

Details are beautiful.
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Thanks :)

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