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seemolf
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amber,

Unread postby seemolf » 12.12.2005 19:49

Hi,
I wanted to thank helicon for this excellent software.
Maybe the software will not survive the evaluation period now, I guess I have to earn some money with my pictures first.
This is amber 40 million years old.
Panasonic FZ5, Leitz microscope 1890, objective 4x and 12x, ocular 4x
25 pictures combined
Image

Image

Hope you like (and comment) it.
Sven

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Dan Kozub
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Unread postby Dan Kozub » 12.12.2005 21:21

Great shots, Sven!

The second one has a strong halo. I will try to fix this problem in the future version of Heliocn Filter.
I will appreciate if you could send me the original images to test new algorithms.

Danylo

seemolf
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more amber

Unread postby seemolf » 16.11.2006 14:36

Just came back to this forum after a long, long time...
I thought I could add a different amber shot here:

This a shot of 4 helicon focus stacks (25 pictures each) combined by pano technique.

Not as sharp as the other insects, but there is lots of amber between the lens and the object.

Image

The insect in the front was intentionally left out of focus .

Sven

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Dan Kozub
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Unread postby Dan Kozub » 16.11.2006 18:19

Swen,

Great image! But where is the amber? or it is that transparent?

seemolf
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it is all a matter of: light

Unread postby seemolf » 16.11.2006 20:00

Hi Dan,
your part was to write this perfect software.
My part is to solve some problems with the light. Amber can be quite nice on the one hand and very disturbing in a different situation.
I used serveral light sources (LED, halogone,...) and a dark background for the last picture, just to let the amber disappear.
You can see the setup on my homepage:
http://people.freenet.de/seemolf/amber.html

Sven

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Dan Kozub
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Unread postby Dan Kozub » 16.11.2006 21:14

I feel you spend all your free time on the beach :)

This paragraph i like the most : )

"
Prices:
- Microscope: found in a waste container
- Amber: found on the beach
- FZ5: I had to pay for it, sniff!

"


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