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Focus Stacking comparing Photoshop, Helicon Focus and Zerene by Dr. Robert Berdan A focus stack is a photograph that is made up of a combination of 2 or more images that were focussed at different points and then after combining the stacks the final image has a much greater depth of field - read more.
Photographing Microscopic Plant and Animal Life - Pond Scum II by Dr. Robert Berdan I am having so much fun exploring miniature universes filled with aliens - microscopic life - in water that this is my 6th article on photomicrography this year - read more.
Wild Arctic - book review by Dr. Robert Berdan
Wild Arctic is a highly informative book with lavish full-color illustrations throughout and up-to-date biological accounts of 119 mammals, 113 birds and 23 wildflowers. Travelers to the Arctic will find a wealth of information encompassing life in the far north - read more.
Burrowing Owls in Alberta by Dr. Wayne Lynch The burrowing owl is a small owl, just 23 centimetres (9 in) tall, with legs nearly a third as long as the length of its body. Typically, it roosts on the ground, but sometimes perches on fence posts.- read more.
Wherever my Camera brings me - Newfoundland by Megan Newman Newfoundland is a marvelous place to live, it has so much to offer and there is always an adventure at your doorstep - read more.
The Hidden World - My Look at Photomicrography by Marek Miś The way I remember it, my interest in the micro world and for the microscopy began when I was very young teenager (thirteen or fourteen years old). The great inspiration for it was the book which I found in my father's cupboard - read more.
Scanning Electron Microscopy - Photography by Dr. Robert Berdan Most of us don't have access to a scanning electron microscope (SEM), but I was fortunate when I was doing research to be able to take photographs with this microscope - read more.
Tribute to George Brybycin Canadian Photographer
1934 - 2017 by Dr. Robert Berdan & Friends of George Brybycin Nicknamed "Ansel Adams of the Canadian Rockies and Canada", George Brybycin was a mountain climber and photographer extraordinaire - read more.
The Art & Science of Photomicrography with Polarized Light by Dr. Robert Berdan Many subjects when viewed through a microscope are unfamiliar and appear abstract. In this article I would like to share with you some pictures of crystals and other substances that bend polarized light - read more.
Microscopic Life in Ponds and Rainwater by Dr. Robert Berdan It may look like pond scum until you look at it through a light microscope - to a Geek these microorganisms are jewels and they can be found in your backyard - read more.
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