This is a Ball Pen Tip

This is a Ball Pen Tip

… 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.

This is a Ball Pen Tip

This is a Ball Pen Tip

This is a Ball Pen Tip

Coriander.

This is a Ball Pen Tip

This is a Ball Pen Tip

Paint on the 5000 rubles bill.

This is a Ball Pen Tip

This is cumin.

This is a Ball Pen Tip

Shell.

This is a Ball Pen Tip

Salt.

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Coriander again.

This is a Ball Pen Tip

This is a Ball Pen Tip

Crystals of potassium permanganate.

This is a Ball Pen Tip

Threads.

This is a Ball Pen Tip

Tea.

This is a Ball Pen Tip

This is a Ball Pen Tip

Black pepper.

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Coffee granule.

This is a Ball Pen Tip

This is a Ball Pen Tip

This is a Ball Pen Tip

Buckwheat.

This is a Ball Pen Tip

Ladybird on the ice.

This is a Ball Pen Tip

This is a Ball Pen Tip

Silverfish.

This is a Ball Pen Tip

This is a Ball Pen Tip

Leather beetle.

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This is a Ball Pen Tip

Unshaved spider.

This is a Ball Pen Tip

This is a Ball Pen Tip

And this is how it was done.

via d-a-ck9

5 thoughts on “This is a Ball Pen Tip”

  1. 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.

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