Orange marble spider

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MikeCT
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Orange marble spider

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Screen Shot 2015-10-19 at 2.42.48 PM.png
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Apparently fairly common, but the first I have seen. It took 30 minutes for it to stop moving, then I was able to get a 9 slice stack.
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Very good details. What is the magnification?
MikeCT
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The actual size of the spider's body was ~1cm.
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Even though I don't particularly like spiders, this one looks fantastic, especially when you think of the process of the model's creation.
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I'm not a fan of spiders, but the photo is cool
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Fortunately it took only 30 minutes...
Very good job.
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This photo is so fantastic and cool.
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What kit and post-processing did you use? Excellent clarity, I just want to know how you did it!
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It was a Nikon 7200 with the Nikon 105 macro lens. The camera was mounted on a Thor labs light table and controlled using a Cognisys rail. There was very little processing in Photoshop: just adjusting light balance and contrast.
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MikeCT wrote: 20.10.2015 13:23 Screen Shot 2015-10-19 at 2.42.48 PM.pngApparently fairly common, but the first I have seen. It took 30 minutes for it to stop moving, then I was able to get a 9 slice stack.
Oh wow i love this one.fotograf ślubny Katowicefotograf ślubny Krakówfotograf ślubny Kielcefotograf ślubny Warszawa
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It's such a good shot that my phobia has already been triggered..
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