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A Woman In The Winter Land Of Moose by Philippe Henry Last February 2018, I started to film the French photographer Véronique Amiard that lives in Gaspésie, Quebec. My goal was to make a one hour wildlife documentary - read more.
Snowy Owls by Dr. Wayne Lynch In Alberta this past winter we had the coldest February in 83 years. For many weeks, temperatures ranged between -20° and -35° C. At the same time we had an influx of wintering snowy owls - read more.
Tips for Buying a Light Microscope by Dr. Robert Berdan. There is a microscopic universe all around us filled with alien creatures and crystals with colours like no where else on the planet. Many microscopic sized items even include the food we eat - read more.
Crystals Photographed with Polarization Microscopy: Water, Beer, Caffeine, Vitamins, Amino Acids and Human Tears by Dr. Robert Berdan Crystals viewed and photographed through a polarized light microscope are the most beautiful colours I have ever seen in nature - read more.
Photography beyond the visible - Come along with me on my travel through the microcosm...by Gerd Günther For several years now I have been working with a Leica DMLB research grade microscope - read more.
The Art of Seeing and the Visual Elements of Design A Guide to Composition in Photography by Dr. Robert Berdan For most of us, knowledge of our world comes largely through sight, yet we look about with such unseeing eyes - read more.
Photomicrography of Hydra - a model for studying regeneration and aging by Dr. Robert Berdan. The name Hydra was derived from a serpentine water monster in Greek and Roman mythology - this article shows Hydra that lives in fresh water. It is used in research to study regeneration and aging - read more.
Photographing Rotifers by Dr. Robert Berdan An interest in Rotifers started after microscopist Anthony van Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723) described them in a letter from 1687. These microscopic organisms live in water including ponds - read more
Photographing Ciliates by Dr. Robert Berdan You may have been introduced to Paramecium in biology class, a single celled (unicellular) "simple" ciliate found in pond water. Only ciliates are not simple but some of the most complex cells on the planet - read more.
How to Collect and Photograph Water Bears (Tardigrades) by Dr. Robert Berdan As a biologist and photographer I am drawn to the beauty that is all around us; sometimes it's big and sometimes it's small - learn about water bears here.
Tips on How to Take Better Pictures with a Microscope - Photomicrography Dr. Robert Berdan In this article I share some tips on how to take better photomicrographs with a light microscope - read more.
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NEW - CALGARY MICROSCOPY CLUB
I would like to start a Calgary Microscopy Club that would include presentations, field trips and educational programs. If you are interested please email me and I will contact you when I have enough to warrant a meeting. Topics to include macro-photography, stereo-microscopy, photo-micrography for biologists, geologists, stamp and coin collectors etc. Anyone interested is welcome.