Invertebrate backlog clearance - Part 2

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gardenersassistant Veteran Member • Posts: 9,604
Invertebrate backlog clearance - Part 2

Last year I did a big exercise to clear a backlog of invertebrate sessions I hadn't looked at dating from 2018 to as far back as 2015 for a few of them. Here are some of them. They used a Raynox 150 close-up lens on a small (1/2.3") sensor bridge camera, which was my most commonly used setup for a number of years.

All of these are single-capture (i.e. non-stacked) images. All used flash and all used minimum aperture, equivalent to f/45 on full frame, and so suffered from significant loss of fine detail from diffraction.

The images were processed quite quickly using a bit of a "production line" type of approach with DXO PhotoLab, Adobe Lightroom and Topaz DeNoise AI used in that order. Unusually (I think I did some experimenting with processing options during the course of this big exercise) the first four of these and the sixth used Silkypix between PhotoLab and Lightroom.









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