Recently I posted a mystery item, that mystery item was the Sultana. So this episode of Under the Microscope is showing the Sultana I recently mentioned.
Ever wonder what a piece of cleaning sponge looks like under the microscope, wonder no more!
Compositing Fireworks with Photoshop CC
Sunset over lakeside Pakenham on the 30th of December, 2015 with a lovely orange glow :).
A panorama of the sun setting over the Mater Hospital in Brisbane.
Developing photographic techniques can be difficult, and there are often few places at home that give a good opportunity to master techniques. A trip to the Melbourne Zoo gave some inspiration, and I came across the Mandrill. This colorful creature almost enjoyed showing off (in my opinion) and alternated between turning towards me and…
I have been eargly awaiting the release of Aurora HDR 2018 which has been released in the last few weeks. To do a demo, I used a landscape photo I took at the il Tartufo restaurant near Arrowtown, NZ during a work trip. The photo is two stitched images which were stitched in Lightroom and had some very minor editing conducted to the image. The image was duplicated and edited in Aurora HDR 2018 where I picked the “Landscape Enhanced Preset” but made no other changes. Left is old image, right is Aurora HDR.
The kidneys process some 200L of fluid a day, removing organic waste from the body and maintaining a pH balance but what do they look like under the microscope.
I noticed outside a number of jumping spiders, and having had some success with a black porcelain tile I thought it would be worth another try but with a different spider (last time was a flower spider). There are plenty of jumping spiders outside my house so I safely collected one, put it on the…
A nerve trunk is a bundle of nerve fibres, have a look at what they look like under the microscope!
Rhenium is one of the rarest elements in the earths crust, and has one of the highest boiling points at an estimated 5873K. Ever wonder what it looks like under the microscope?
The claws on a bear are an impressive thing, watching the bear at the Melbourne Zoo tear into its lunch gave me a greater appreciation that we don’t come face to face with these where I live. Image taken with Nikon D5300 and Tamron 150-600mm Macro.