Focus-stacking #6

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suspended spider husk (male?)

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fresh vs. three days’ decayed — oh, the horror

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3 Responses to “Focus-stacking #6”

  1. Ah, yes. I’m reminded of one of our earlier discussions on the subject of insects, that may become my next Daily Muse animated short film: http://thedailymuse.org/2010/05/04/art-that-was-once-alive/

  2. I am the first to admit that, for a variety of reasons, my general policy is to be rather niggardly in doling out praise to Corndoggie lest I further feed the furnace of his ravenous ego, however, I must say that I admire some of his experiments with focus stacking and several of the images are first rate.
    Now lets see something other than bugs.
    Roto

  3. corndoggie Says:

    Hey, thanks for the dollop of praise — my ego’s hungry furnace is cranked.

    But bugs are some of the most interesting small things going. And don’t forget I hung with an entomologist for three years, popping cool bugs in the freezer… Kinda caught the bug, so to speak.

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