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Ruben Resendiz

Some pictures with stacking technique

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I hope you enjoy them :lookeye:

Pinguicula esseriana glands

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Pinguicula esseriana "glandulas" por Pinguicula_RR, en Flickr

Drosophyllum lusitanicum seed

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Drosophyllum lusitanicum seed por Pinguicula_RR, en Flickr

Nepenthes digestive glands

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Nepenthes Digestive glands from a mature Pitcher por Pinguicula_RR, en Flickr

Drosera capensis gland

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Dcapensis_gland por Pinguicula_RR, en Flickr

Biblys liniflora glands

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Macro Byblis liniflora, germinacion. por Pinguicula_RR, en Flickr

and just a bee

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Abeja Orquidea (Euglossa dilemma male ) por Pinguicula_RR, en Flickr

:thanks::preved:

PD: All photos were taken with a Nikon D7000 camera and microscope lenses, mounted on a bellows and a rail with micrometer and with a lot of patience

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I hope you enjoy them...

Yes - yes! Truly outstanding images! :lookeye:
.....and a rail with micrometer and with a lot of patience
Your patience was rewarded ... and it rewards us. :lookeye:

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Wow, incredible pictures! I think the ping is my favourite.

Are you sure that's a drosophyllum seed? Looks like a photo of an avocado to me ;)

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Absolutely amazing! The Pinguicula photo is my favorite too. The Nepenthes photo is very cool as well.

Edited by 31drew31

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The macro of the mucilage D. capensis is awesome, so i only have to commend you because you are an excellent photographer.

Best regards,

Rodrigo

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Outstanding photos! Those P. esseriana glands look like made of glass. Your other photos on Flickr are also very, very good.

BTW: congratulations to the upcoming baby! :smile:

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it's difficult not to be enjoy by theses pictures, they are very great,

Like you i make some try with microscope lense, but it's not easy, the subject distance is very smal and

it's very difficule to have a good light.

What lens do you use a X10 or something else ?

thanks again for theses pictures.

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Whoa.... I want your camera!

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thank you very much for your nice comments

Wow, incredible pictures! I think the ping is my favourite.

Are you sure that's a drosophyllum seed? Looks like a photo of an avocado to me ;)

Jejej Yes, Drosophyllum seed looks like an avocado, with that size

Outstanding photos! Those P. esseriana glands look like made of glass. Your other photos on Flickr are also very, very good.

BTW: congratulations to the upcoming baby! :smile:

Thank you very much because of my baby, This April celebrated its first year, lol, but she started playing my Dionaeas and my plants :laugh2:

it's difficult not to be enjoy by theses pictures, they are very great,

Like you i make some try with microscope lense, but it's not easy, the subject distance is very smal and

it's very difficule to have a good light.

What lens do you use a X10 or something else ?

thanks again for theses pictures.

by

Jp is a pleasure to say hello again and see you also are taking great pictures with this technique, order to take these photos require a fixed light source and also flash as much as possible, the only problem is with mucilage droplets reflects light, and requires much further work to leave a finally processed photo with Zerene Stacker, but I'm learning to handle that.

When you seek a microscope lens, try to have the following legend ELWD (Extra Large Working Distance), That will give you more working distance between the subject and the lens, I have 4 microscope lenses, the best of all is Nikon 10X CFN Plan Achromat Objective 0.30 160/0.17 The distance is 9.22 mm between de subject and the lens, I have another very good lens is the JML 21mm directly from JML Opticals, This lens works probably as a 4X depending on the length of the bellows but is really good lens, and 2 other good lenses and relatively cheap which you can also practice 4x an 10X Nikon Achromatic from Edmund Optics.

Anything you need please contact me, and Thanks for you comments.

ThanksTo All, Cheers :thank_you2:

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Stunning photography, thanks very much for sharing.

Very interesting to see these objects magnified.

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the pictures are breathtaking! i love the amount of detail in that pinguicula leave, its so sharp you even can see the sessile glands. very well done, thanks for your patience!

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WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Congratulations, my friend!!!

My Friend thanks so much, good that you liked :tu: .

Stunning pics, love the one of the nepenthes digestive glands, what species is it from?

Carni Grower, Thanks for you kind words, Your not gonna believe it but it is a simple Nepenthes x mixta.

Thanks so much :biggrin:

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