Photo © Stefanie Hall
Extreme micro-stacking 10: 1 from the ant head 224 individual shots
The size of the ant head is about 1mm!
Place of the found of the ant: In the drinking tub of the birds, I attached them dried and stored in the
Camera: Nikon D7200
1 / 250sec ISO 100
Macro slide: Old microscope rebuilt
Extension tube: 36mm; 12mm; 20mm
T2 adapter to M24-1mm RMS taper adapter
Lens: 10: 1 NA = 0.30 f = 16 from H. & R. Kassel
The minimum focusing distance from the lens to the ant head was about 4 mm.
Focus: Manuel = steps between the individual shots, one graduation mark above the fine adjustment screw, ie 0.01 mm each
Exposure: 2x Nikon Speedlight SB-R200 controlled by Commander SU-800
Flash output: 1/32 incl. 2xSW-11 diffuser
I'm very interested in micro-stacking because I can show details that are invisible to the naked eye, and I can always take on a new challenge that transcends my boundaries.
Stefanie Hall GERMANY
I am an autodidact nature photographer with passion
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