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Old 03-06-2019   #1
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Tadpoles finally free of the frogspawn after 21 days in the pond.
Natural light focus stacks using zerene.

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Great shots Brian.
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Ugly little fellows.
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great captures, I've enjoyed watching this series....thanks for sharing it
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Very nice, Brian.
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Great shots Brian.
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Ugly little fellows.
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Very nice, Brian.

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Great shots! They are active little things, how you managed to get images to stack without them moving out of position is beyond me. Impressive!
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Great shots! They are active little things, how you managed to get images to stack without them moving out of position is beyond me. Impressive!
Thanks Paul for the comments.

They do often move whilst I'm taking the shots so the stack comes out with errors however the software allows you to clone back from an original onto the stack so you can repair most movement errors. Others can be taken out in PS.

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Great shots! So detailed. As a kid I always tried to catch them in our local swamp and once I fell into it and almost drowned because my sister was afraid to help me out (thought she would fall too).
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Great shots! So detailed. As a kid I always tried to catch them in our local swamp and once I fell into it and almost drowned because my sister was afraid to help me out (thought she would fall too).
Thanks for the comments. I didn't realise tadpoles could be dangerous

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