I have just added a section about microscope lenses

*A short introduction to microscope lenses and the infromation printed on them *Resolution *Depth Of Field (DOF)

Upgrading with a new processor and hard drive

When I started with photography the dark room was the second-best place to spend time. At least for me those dark room days are long time gone and today I do almost all work with a computer. I even have my camera and my microscope controlled by computer. So, a malfunctioning computer can have the […]

Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata)

Link to the picture at Alamy Todays picture is a focus stacked picture of a Rose chafer or green rose chafer (Cetonia aurata), Gräsgrön guldbagge in Swedish. I do like to watch this insect – even if it is in the habit of eating on the apple blossoms in our garden. Gear and teqnique: Camera […]

Focus stacked common brimstone (Gonepteryx rhamni)

Today’s image is a close-up of a common brimstone (Gonepteryx rhamni). The common brimstone hibernates as a fully formed butterfly and is therefore one of the first butterflies to appear in the spring. This image is composed of more than 200 photos. Below is a video made with Helicon Focus 7 to help get a […]

Photogrammetry step 2

I have just finished step 2 of the photogrammetry tutorial. This time I create a 3D model from 286 pictures. For this tutorial I used Agisoft Metashape standard, Canon EOS 6D camera with Canon EF 24-70mm F/4L IS USM objective. The subject is the same runic stone as in Photogrammetry step 1 where I demonstrated […]

Photogrammetry step 1

Photogrammetry is a technique that combines several pictures of a person or an object into a 3D model. This can be used for multiple purposes such as movie production, making scientific models for 3D printing, product design and more. Even if photogrammetry can be very useful it has a lot of drawbacks. In this series […]

A visit to Wira bruk in Upland

On my way back from Häverö prästäng a nature reserve in Northern Upland I decided to make a short stop at Wira bruk. Today this is a beautiful and peaceful little village, perfect for a half an hour walk. The forge started 1635 and produced swords. In more peaceful times they made scythes and axes. […]

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