5 This is a Ball Pen Tip

This is a Ball Pen Tip

Posted on February 6, 2013 by team


… and some more cool macro stuff from the author whose nickname is d-a-ck9. Every photograph from this post is made from the series of 50-60 shots. Such a technology is called stacking.

Coriander.

Paint on the 5000 rubles bill.

This is cumin.

Shell.

Salt.

Coriander again.

Crystals of potassium permanganate.

Threads.

Tea.

Black pepper.

Coffee granule.

Buckwheat.

Ladybird on the ice.

Silverfish.

Leather beetle.

Unshaved spider.

And this is how it was done.

via d-a-ck9

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5 Responses to “This is a Ball Pen Tip”

  1. uliqed says:

    Bon Appetit.

  2. citydog says:

    Very cool.

    The silverfish–normally gag-inducing–is actually quite beautiful photographed like this.

  3. Toni says:

    Very Interesting and fun to see. thanks

  4. IamBJC says:

    Very interesting–I’ve always wondered how they got such clear shots of such highly magnified items! What I didn’t/don’t understand, though, is that you said something about each shot is made up of 50-60 shots? How is this done? I just can’t picture it in my mind to understand it.

  5. Pedro says:

    please tell us what is the setup? what lens and/or adapters were used?

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