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  1. Hi all. I have been really getting into Macro Photography. I only have a phone and a very cheap Macro lens. I have been recommending the clip-on lens quite a bit to members. A few of you purchased the lens but could not get the best out of it. So I have decided to add a few tips. Bobby’s Top Tips Macro style. 1. Always place the objects you’re photographing on a steady flat surface. Do not hold the object, as there is too much movement for a macro lens, which can cause the object to be blurry. 2. Sit still at a table to take your photos, and if possi
  2. Hi all As you probably know I have really been interested lately in macro photography. Let’s see any of your wonderful fossil adventures in close up. Today I found this little beauty a shark tooth (I have not ID it yet but it could be Negaprion lemon shark tooth) form Rattlesnake Creek micro matrix I was sent. It is only about 3mm but a Bobby dazzler. Looking forward to seeing some of your very interesting pictures.
  3. Crusty_Crab

    Cretaceous Macro Fossil?

    This was found in the Turonian aged marine deposits of the Ladd Formation of Orange County, California. The size is .5 cm along the longest axis. Any ideas as to what this may be?
  4. Bobby Rico

    Show us your Hash Plates

    Hash plates are among my favourite of fossils and they are fantastic to photograph. So please add some of your beautiful photographs of your stunning plates. Properly one of my favourite Hash Plate. I found it in a river in Wales Uk when I was 16 and camping . It reminds me of the The Nazca Lines , Nazca Desert, in southern Peru.
  5. I love fossils and I love macro photography! If anyone is interested in having this photo to make a puzzle out of, let me know and I will send you a full res copy of it. This is part of a rock that I found in our backyard in Madison County, Alabama, just a couple of days ago. You could spend a lot of time studying it and finding a wide variety of fossils - mostly bryozoan - so I thought it might make a fun puzzle for these pandemic times. I'm not sure how this works, but I think there is a messaging option here where you could give me your email address so I could send the full resolution pho
  6. Mike from North Queensland

    Small Jaw

    I found this little specimen that I assume is a jaw section a while back when sieving through some matrix. The material that it came from is marine from the toolebuc formation in central Queensland Australia this is cretaceous albian in age. Any input I would be grateful for. The specimen is 4mm on the long so quite small Regards Mike
  7. hndmarshall

    found something really weird

    what is this???? strange spirals on stone it is in the stone I already tried to scratch it off the big ones are indented in the stone...
  8. Bobby Rico

    Macro

    Hi I got one of the very resemble priced Macro lens for a IPad . very please with the first run out with it. images are X 12 and x24 . It it really shows off my spear tip with fossilised glue and fibres and I have added a few more images. thanks for looking cheers booby
  9. Mike from North Queensland

    Cretaceous vert

    I have done a little bit of sieving and found this interesting little vertebra. Its quite small at about 3 mm long and was found in the cretaceous (Albian) of central Queensland Australia. The specimen was found in a cretaceous sediment from a marine environment, however I do not think its a marine animal. I have a good idea of what I believe it is from but comments would be appreciated. Mike D'Arcy
  10. This one is baffling me. I found it in Post Oak Creek, Sherman Texas. It's about 3/4 inches long and the top is somewhat bony, The triangular part is smooth with a glossy white coating.
  11. Stonebone

    Tiny Tooth

    It's been pretty cold here in Kansas the last couple of days, so I decided to go through some matrix that I collected from the basal Greenhorn, bottom of the Lincoln Limestone. This matrix is full of sharks teeth, bone fragments, fish teeth, gastroliths, clam shell fragments and lots of coprolites. I thought I would share these photos I took with my iPhone with my 5x loop held in front of the camera. I haven't id'd the small tooth yet. The squalicorax is 10mm. >Michael
  12. Just wanted to share my first attempt at focus stacking. These crinoid fossils were found in Sandoval County, NM. The larger fossil on the right measures 12mm in diameter. To get this shot I used my Canon 6D with a 100mm 2.8L macro lens and a tripod. I placed the fossils on a piece of black acrylic (outside) and took a series of 6 photos, each with a slightly different focus area, then I combined the photos in photoshop. Each photo was 1/50 sec, f11, ISO 400, no flash. Any feedback is welcome. -Zach Size reference:
  13. So I have been playing around with taking pictures through my microscopes over the last year or so and so far I have not bee terribly impressed by the quality of the images. I purchased a Celestron 2MP digital imager (http://www.amazon.com/Celestron-Digital-Microscope-Imager-44421/dp/B003DVP7CE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1385480943&sr=8-1&keywords=digital+imager) which was quite cheap ($35) last year and the picture quality is pretty poor, which is about what I expect for 2MP. I have a DSLR camera and a mount that I have used, but I have an older DSLR without live view which makes fo
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