Haematococcus image through EasyZoom.

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Haematococcus image through EasyZoom.

#1 Post by gekko » Fri Dec 09, 2016 5:26 pm

Haematococcus (Oblique illumination, 10x objective).



Thanks to Oliver for introducing us to Eazyzoom and to Crater Eddie for the water sample.

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#2 Post by easyzoom » Fri Dec 09, 2016 6:10 pm

Thanks for using our service EasyZoom!!
If you have any suggestions for improvement or find bugs (not the one under the microscope), let us know.

Also: I recommend giving the images on EasyZoom meaningful names (as Haematococcus), because then your images will also be found via Google and get more views / likes :)
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#3 Post by hkv » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:44 pm

Very nice! What is the full resolution of the image?

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Re: Haematococcus image through EasyZoom.

#4 Post by zzffnn » Fri Dec 09, 2016 11:00 pm

Very nice! Pretty colors for Christmas.

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#5 Post by JimT » Fri Dec 09, 2016 11:15 pm

Not nearly as good as your first two images. Reinforces my decision to forget about EasyZoom.

Besides I already have enough image software that I forget about some of them ;)

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Re: Haematococcus image through EasyZoom.

#6 Post by gekko » Fri Dec 09, 2016 11:50 pm

easyzoom wrote:Thanks for using our service EasyZoom!!
If you have any suggestions for improvement or find bugs (not the one under the microscope), let us know.

Also: I recommend giving the images on EasyZoom meaningful names (as Haematococcus), because then your images will also be found via Google and get more views / likes :)
Martin
Thank you, Martin, for your message. I will add some information and try to learn more about how to use EasyZoom. It is designed for a larger (mor pixels) monitor than what I have, I if I don't scroll sideways and down, I miss some buttons, etc., but I'll certainly give you feedback once I know what I'm doing.

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Re: Haematococcus image through EasyZoom.

#7 Post by gekko » Sat Dec 10, 2016 12:00 am

hkv, thank you for your comment. I assume you are asking about the size of the image that I uploaded to EasyZoom: it is 3000x2250 pixels, downsized from the original 4608x3456. If I answered the wrong question, please let me know.

zzffnn, thank you :) .

JimT, I agree, but I think that has nothing to do with EasyZoom. Remember that the EasyZoom image was taken with my 10x objective (oblique illumination), whereas for the previous one I used the 40x objective (much higher resolution and DIC). EasyZoom is useful for when you want to post an image much larger than 1024 pixels wide. The rule for empty magnification would still obtain.

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