Which Software For Image Capture and Editing

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Re: Which Software For Image Capture and Editing

#31 Post by Roldorf » Thu Jul 04, 2019 12:49 pm

mrsonchus

Thanks for the information. I will try that next time I post an image.

Edit I have tried to post an image from Irista as you suggested but all I got was a little square with image written next to it and no picture. What could I be doing wrong?

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Try again This one from Google Drive.

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No that doesn't work either. Hmmmm


Anyway this is what I was trying to post and it is a Campanula pollen grain.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1eSkVS ... 3JKP9E5AEJ
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Re: Which Software For Image Capture and Editing

#32 Post by Roldorf » Thu Jul 04, 2019 12:53 pm

Hi MichaelG

Thanks for your very detailed look at my images and for the information about only needing the first two from the stack, I will try that out later and see if it makes any difference to the final image quality of my first try with PS.
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Re: Which Software For Image Capture and Editing

#33 Post by mrsonchus » Thu Jul 04, 2019 3:20 pm

Roldorf wrote:mrsonchus

Thanks for the information. I will try that next time I post an image.

Edit I have tried to post an image from Irista as you suggested but all I got was a little square with image written next to it and no picture. What could I be doing wrong?

Image
Example Image

Try again This one from Google Drive.

Image

No that doesn't work either. Hmmmm

Did you open the image in your G-drive shared-folder to the gallery view (i.e. just large single image with the < and > controls? From there, assuming the image is within a SHARED folder, right-click the image and select "copy image address" from the pop-up list - then, with the address copied, 'paste' it into the img brackets.
The image must be opened from within a shared album in you Google-photos, the right-clicked etc.

Check that the album is actually set as shared....


Anyway this is what I was trying to post
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1eSkVS ... 3JKP9E5AEJ
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Re: Which Software For Image Capture and Editing

#34 Post by Roldorf » Thu Jul 04, 2019 4:17 pm

Hi John,

Yes I did that but it still doesn't work hay ho I am at a loss. Folder is shared image is shared. Does it have to be set to edit as I have only set it to view.

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Re: Which Software For Image Capture and Editing

#35 Post by MichaelG. » Thu Jul 04, 2019 4:58 pm

Roldorf wrote:Hi MichaelG

Thanks for your very detailed look at my images and for the information about only needing the first two from the stack, I will try that out later and see if it makes any difference to the final image quality of my first try with PS.
Please do be aware that my comment about only using the first two images relates only to the lower part of the image ... all four seem to contribute usefully to the upper part.

MichaelG.

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Edit: This should clarify the point:
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Re: Which Software For Image Capture and Editing

#36 Post by Roldorf » Thu Jul 04, 2019 5:13 pm

MichaelG.

Hi I had noticed that when I making the first few stacks with Picolay that some parts seemed to change and others not when looking at the two directions high to low and low to high. the two different pollen grains must be sitting at different levels on the slide (I hadn't pressed on the cover glass just rested it over the pollen and put a little water on).
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