Experience with microphotography🔬 / Experiencia con microfotografia🧠

Hello friends science addicts! Today I bring you a post with photos that I have been perfecting about microorganisms! for those who are new to the microscope there are two ways to see an organism, we can use "the main light source" which is the one that emits a light in the middle of the slide and that passes through the body of the microorganism! then we have another technique that is more difficult to perfect and it is something that I have been working on for some time, which is "Microphotography with the macro lamp" that is used to see larger objects, animals or plants! I hope you enjoy the experience!🧠👨‍💻🤯

Hola amigos adictos a la ciencia! hoy les traigo un post con fotos que he estado perfeccionando sobre microorganismos! para los que son novatos con el microscopio hay dos formas de ver un organismo, podemos utilizar "la fuente de luz principal" que es aquella que emite una luz en medio del portaobjeto y que atraviesa el cuerpo del microorganismo! luego tenemos otra tecnica que es mas dificil de perfeccionar y es algo que estoy trabajando desde algun tiempo que es la "Microfotografia con la lampara macro" que se emplea para ver objetos, animales o plantas de mayor tamaño! espero disfrutes de la experiencia!🧫📚🔬🔬

Microorganisms seen from another perspective👨‍🏫🔬/ Microorganismos vistos de otra perspectiva🙇‍♂️🧫

The tricky part is knowing and how to search! To make microphotography with the macro lamp we need to look for microorganisms that have a size between 0.5mm to 3mm, anything that measures microns is much more difficult to photograph and it is difficult because the sample on the slide does not receive enough light! therefore I recommend using a fabric net to capture any animals or plants that don't go through the fabric as those will be a good size! I recommend you search in bodies of green and standing water! or "with very little circulation."🙇‍♂️👨‍💻📚
La parte complicada es saber y como buscar! para hacer microfotografia con la lampara macro necesitamos buscar microorganismos que tengan un tamaño entre los 0,5mm hasta 3mm, cualquier cosa que mida micras es mucho mas dificil de fotografiar y es dificil porque la muestra en el portaobjeto no recibe la luz suficiente! por tanto recomiendo usar una red de tela para capturar cualquier animal o planta que no pase por la tela ya que esos tendran un buen tamaño! te recomiendo buscar en cuerpos de aguas verdes y parados! o "con muy poca circulacion".🧠⛔👨‍🏫

Here we see a specimen of Ostracod they are common in still fresh waters, they can be seen in waters with many nutrients or a "transparent" body of water, normally this species has a calcified "shell" that allows the light of the microscope to pass through, therefore many withdraw the animal out of the "shell", for this you must use entomology tweezers, I will not do it but practice a little with it to take the photos with the secondary lamp!🙇‍♂️🔬🧫
Aqui vemos un ejemplar de Ostracodo son comunes de aguas dulces paradas, pueden ser vistos en aguas con muchos nutrientes o un cuerpo de agua "transparente", normalmente esta especie tiene un "caparazon" calcificado que permite atravezar la luz del microscopio por tanto muchos retiran al animal fuera de la "concha", para ello se debe usar pinzas de entomologia, yo no lo hare pero practique un poco con el para realizar las fotos con la lampara secundaria!🤔🧪

See coloration of the microorganism👨‍🏫🔬/ Ver coloracion del microorganismo🙇‍♂️🧫

I am about to buy a professional microscope but first I want to perfect the technique of photography with a secondary lamp. This technique is very important to identify any organism, whether animal or plant. For example, to identify the ostracod we need to see the color of its "shells" and with the primary light it is impossible since it goes through the animal! but with this lamp I can see that it has some reddish spots, I can say that it could be (Notrodomas monachas).😱😱
Estoy por comprarme un microscopio profesional pero antes quiero perfeccionar la tecnica de la fotografia con lampara secundaria, esta tecnica es muy importante para identificar cualquier organismo bien sea animal o planta, por ejemplo para identificar el ostracodo necesitamos ver el color de sus "valvas" y con la luz primaria es imposible ya que atraviesa al animal! pero con esta lampara puedo ver que tiene unas manchas rojizas, puedo decir que podria ser (Notrodomas monachas). 🙇‍♂️👨‍🏫🔬

Looking at the image well, they even seem like two different things, but in reality it is the same animal that is being photographed with two different techniques! Mastering this observation makes us much more adept at identifying a species! while if we want to see its anatomy such as the digestive system, blood system or any "organ or accessory", then the primary lamp must be used! I've been doing some research and filters can be used to improve the light reflecting off our specimens!👨‍💻📚🙇‍♂️
viendo bien la imagen hasta parecen dos cosas diferentes pero en realidad es el mismo animal que esta siendo fotografiado con dos tecnicas diferentes! dominar esta observacion nos hace mucho mas habiles para identificar una especie! mientras si queremos ver su anatomia tal es el caso de sistema digestivo, sanguineo o cualquier "organo o accesorio", entonces la lampara primaria debe ser utilizada! estuve investigando y se pueden usar filtros para mejorar la luz que se refleja en nuestros especimenes!😱🤯🤔

Daphnia👨‍🏫🔬/ Daphnia🙇‍♂️🧫

This species of Brachiopod are common in stagnant waters and are found almost everywhere in the world! they are great filter feeders and use their antennae to move or remove detritus! The identification guide tells me that the species: (Sida cristallina) has very complex eyes bordered by "cones" and their color is translucent! Both characteristics coincide with my species, in addition to the fact that its head is large, unlike the body if we compare it with the other species!😱📚
Esta especie de Branquiopodo son comunes de aguas estancadas y estan en casi todo el mundo! son grandes filtradores y utilizan sus antenas para desplazarse o remover el detritus! la guia de identificacion me indica que la especie: (Sida cristallina) tiene ojos muy complejos y bordeados de "conos" y su color es traslucido! ambas caracteristicas coindicen con mi especie ademas que su cabeza es grande a diferencia del cuerpo si lo comparamos con las otras especies!🧠🧠

Colorful organisms👨‍🏫🔬/ Organismos coloridos🙇‍♂️🧫

Annelids are one of my favorite animals! because we think they are all earthworms and they are not! there is a great variety of annelids although many are common in muddy places and stagnant waters! This one I captured has a series of hairs that can serve as sensory organs! his body is segmented!😱📚🧠
Los anelidos son de mis animales favoritos! porque pensamos que son todos lombrices de tierra y no es asi! existe una gran variedad de anelidos apesar que muchos son comunes en sitios fangosos y aguas estancadas! esta que capture tiene una serie de pelos que pueden servir como organos sensoriales! su cuerpo es segmentado!🙇‍♂️🧫🔬

Finally, if we use photography with the secondary lamp we can obtain details of very small things, for example some parasite egg, a tecada amoeba, the thing is that we open the window to a new world!😱📚🧠
Por ultimo si utilizamos la fotografia con la lampara secundaria podemos obtener detalles de cosas muy pequeñas por ejemplo algun huevo de parasito, una ameba tecada, la cosa es que abrimos la ventana a un nuevo mundo!📚👨‍🏫👨‍💻


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