Focus Stacking; Jumping Spider

As part of my Jumping Spider; Jumping through the edits series I am covering the steps that were carried out in editing the image which was processed using Helicon Focus. Because of the lens combination and the significant magnification (e.g. > 2:1) the Depth of Field (DOF) was very shallow and which required the image to be focus stacked. Whilst A full description of depth of field, and focus stacking is outside of the scope of this post, I will […]

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Focus Stacking with Helicon Remote. – Youtube Video

The following appeared on the Travis Hale – Science and Photography YouTube Channel and has automatically been posted on TravisHale.com. A brief look at Focus Stacking using the Helicon Remote software which is included in Helicon Focus Pro packages (Affiliate Link: https://bit.ly/2va5RGr) for Windows. I have used my Nikon D610 which is USB tethered to my Laptop, and a Sigma 150mm Macro in this video. Visit our Website: https://bit.ly/2ujWacd Sign up for our Newsletter: https://bit.ly/2w8Cllj The video can also be […]

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Under the Microscope: Motor End Plate

A motor end plate is the junction where a bunch of nerves interface with striated muscle.

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Under the Microscope: Kidney Cross Section

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.

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Sulfur by Polarized Light Microscopy

Sulfur is an abundant element found in all living cells, what does it look like under the microscope?

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