|Black background ist the most easy to make and usefull for all
specimens , except of course for all very dark or black ones.(see setup 1) |
The specimen is mounted with some distance over a glass plate. Only the specimen ist lightened. The background, a black cloth, in the far distance (30 cm) below the glass plate is kept in the dark. Even if you can see some with the eye in the viewfinder, the imager of the camera will produce a perfect black background. Keep in mind , this works only well if the glass plate is out of the focus range. Otherwise you have to struggle with dust. But if the dust is not in focus, it will not desturb very much. Use f= 8 and focus stacking fo small specimens.
|Specimen is illuminated with 3x 20 W parabol spot lamps and diffusor screens. The background with no light is in the dark. Below the resulting picture with the archive information.|
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|Table Top Setup||Glass Plate||Acryl glass on glass||Inclined view||Diffusor tunnel||Diffusor tunnel|
|Black on glass|